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Going to Nowhere

Ken Perlin wrote a blogpost last night about being nowhere, the idea of being in a place such as a train station or airport, where everyone is just on their way to somewhere else.

Well almost everyone.

My dad used to design and project manage shop refits including several shops in airports and train stations. He always enjoyed telling people that he was traveling to some airport. People would always assume that he was then going somewhere else in the city. No, he would fly into the airport, walk around the shop and then get a flight back again without leaving the airport. Another time he flew to London, went around three tube stations then flew home.

So not correct to say ‘nobody’, though I accept that he was pretty weird.

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