Baseball isn't a magic trick ... it doesn't get spoiled if you figure out how it works. - gonelong
I'm witchcrafting everybody.
I've seen it mentioned a few times, but I figured I'd add my vote: Philly is the most godawful airport I've been through. I've flown through there several times, and each time was bad. It's a pain in the everything to navigate for connecting flights, your luggage usually gets lost there, and nothing runs on time. Did I mention that it's dirty?
The best? Gallatin in Bozeman or Green Int'l in Providence maybe? I can't say I really enjoy airports.
How do we know he's not Mel Torme?
atlanta is a great home airport, but probably not so hot as a place to transfer flights.
Get your nunchucks and the keys to your dad's car. I know where we can get a gun
Back in the mid to late 90s I used to fly a few times every year. I haven't flown since X-Mas of 2001. I've never really had a bad experience in any airport except Jackson Hole, WY where we were were trying to get to Chicago and they had plane problems and we had to stay in that airport all day. There is precious little to do there. Thank God the coffee shop/gift shop had a book about Robert E. Lee I could read while waiting all day.
The Rally Onion wants 150 fans before Opening Day.
Cincinnati is an airport I like outside of the Com Air/Delta Connection terminal which is awful in my opinion.
Nothing to see here. Please disperse.
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