Comparing airports

In whose airports more likely to find long lines,unresponsive bureaucrats,petty rent seeking (pay for wifi) — NYC’s or post-Soviet Kyiv’s?

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  1. Beauregard

    So you expect someone else to pay for your WiFi?

    Is the equipment used to support WiFi free?

    Oh! The airlines who use terminal should pay?
    Collect from all to pay for service to few?
    Where have we heard of that method before?
    Creeping Socialism?

    For further study

    http://tartanmarine.blogspot.com/2017/03/intel.html

    http://avalon.law.yale.edu/18th_century/jeffsumm.asp

    Yes, the internet can find what you need to read.

    Yes, WiFi can help. But is WiFi a right?

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  2. RomanInUkraine Post author

    > So you expect someone else to pay for your WiFi? Yes, WiFi can help. But is WiFi a right?

    Neither wifi nor good manners are a right. But they are something to be appreciated, and it is telling that they are found in greater abundance in Kyiv’s airport than in NYC’s.

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  3. Beauregard

    So you expect someone else to pay for your WiFi? Yes

    Creeping socialism…

    Seduced by living is country with Marxist history.

    Who paid for the equipment and access you claim?

    New York was never a bastion of good manners.
    Typical New Yorkers are arrogant, pushy, loud, etc.
    Just look at Donald Trump.

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