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LAX - - - "The Gateway to Hell"

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I have come to believe that LAX is the gateway to hell.
One of the gates at LAX is the one to hell.
If you are going to hell, you have to go through LAX.

If you are just passing through, you get a glimpse of what hell is all about.
You will spend hours standing in line to talk to completely uncaring people, who will go on break just as it is your turn.
You will wander through miles of bewildering corridors made narrow by construction barricades, that hide all directional signs.
You will walk for miles dragging luggage, suddenly meeting up with fellow passengers who thought they were going in a different direction.
None of the escalators work.
You will be told to go to a certain gate, and upon arrival, will be told to go back to the original gate, which now is empty of all people.

I am certain that LAX is at least a big part of the hell experience.

But maybe that's just me.

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