Brian Sack at the Paris airport (July 21, 2006)

Fay sent me a funny link where Brian Sack skewers the Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris. I confess that I do not like the airport. It is beautiful, but it is confusing to find your way around, and it tends to compress throngs of people into uncomfortably small spaces.

Brian takes it to a new level. He writes as if he just escaped years of water torture within its halls. Here is a small sample:

Charles de Gaulle Airport was designed by architect Paul Andreu whose influences include hamsters (tube tunnels), Stalin (decomposing concrete) and Hitler (suffering).

Read the whole thing!

Lex Spoon