Monday, February 8, 2010

A considerate airport.

I understand the need for airports to screen passengers and their luggage thoroughly in the name of protection. As you can guess, I am not enamored with removing my footwear. I would prefer to take off my pants. Today I honor Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris, France for having the foresight to provide travelers with protective booties so your feet -- clothed or stark naked -- do not have to make contact with the floor. Hit.

1 comment:

  1. This gives me a lot of respect for Charles de Gaulle's airport.

    I've hated it in the past when the person in front of you is standing there and then when they move forward through the scanner they leave moldy footprints. It's really appalling.