>Sunday is for Eccentrics

>Like the BBC, I’m not going to call this man crazy, but he certainly is on the border between eccentric and having a psychological disorder.

All that being said, I somewhat understand where he is coming from:

  • The population density of Japan is such that perhaps the solitude of a foreign airport (even if that airport serves one of the largest cities in the world) is quite appealing.
  • Airports allow you to experience a country–somewhat–with a degree of comfort and security.

Nonetheless, he’s living on kindness and hasn’t showered. So it can’t be all that admirable.

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2 comments

  1. Anonymous · November 23, 2008

    >he may not be crazy, but perhaps his sanity is questionable.my favorite part is where he says “i wanted to breathe the air of Mexico at the airport” — which is a bit odd considering mexico city’s notorious air pollution.

  2. Anonymous · November 23, 2008

    >he may not be crazy, but perhaps his sanity is questionable.my favorite part is where he says “i wanted to breathe the air of Mexico at the airport” — which is a bit odd considering mexico city’s notorious air pollution.

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