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Anyone familiar with clearme.com?

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I was reading the comments on a NYT article on the ridiculous lines for TSA screening, and encountered a mention of clearme.com. It is not altogether clear (pun intended) from the website exactly what it does, so I wondered if anyone knew about it. Although since it seems to cost $15/month I am unlikely to use it.

I am very reluctantly coming to the conclusion that I should probably pay for Global Entry this year, as it doesn't seem like security theater is going away anytime soon and I would like to be sure of making my Dallas connection on the way back from Asia. I thought two and a half hours should be adequate, but not with these lines, especially as it seems I will need to buy food, even though it is a lunch time flight and I will be in first!

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