John Treder wrote:Your post sort of tickled my fancy - I had a sort of vision of a homeless guy sleeping on the floor, like a stranded traveler.
(It wouldn't really surprise me if that actually happens.)
John Treder wrote:Once upon a time, back in the 70s, I spent a week at O'Hare on two separate occasions. I was an IBM engineer, and we were testing an automated ticketing machine. I was the guru of the credit card reader, and it was amazing the things that went on. For instance, there was the bag lady who tried to stick orange peels into the credit card slot.
Then in the mid-90s, I was flying to Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand two or three times a month.
Those experiences formulated my opinion: Flying wouldn't be so bad if it weren't for the airports.
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