Is it just me, or does Thomas Friedman’s work mostly consist of …

bitching about domestic  airports?

I was traveling via Los Angeles International Airport — LAX — last week. Walking through its faded, cramped domestic terminal, I got the feeling of a place that once thought of itself as modern but has had one too many face-lifts and simply can’t hide the wrinkles anymore.

I’m currently suffering through Hot, Flat and Crowded.  And it’s getting to me.  What a tedious mess.  I’m pretty sure he beats the domestic-airport-as-metaphor and domestic-train-station-as-metaphor at least a couple of times.

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