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Franz Kafka International Airport

To be perfectly honest, this GalleyCat editor hates airplanes and airports.

With that in mind, we had to share this fake news story: “Prague’s Franz Kafka International Named World’s Most Alienating Airport.” The humorous Onion video is embedded above, playing after a short car advertisement.

Pondering the “soul crushing madness of bureaucracy” celebrated in this profile of an imaginary airport, we wonder–how would the great author Franz Kafka write about the contemporary airport? (Via Justin R. Buchbinder)

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