Vancouver: Very nice, clean, overall pleasant experiences in there.
Denver:Probably the airport with the most amenities, although security is a bigger hassle than in any other airport I've ever been in because of their temporary ish setup.
Tokyo Narita: One of my favorites because it has these micro-hotels that are like space age and they look like something you would find at a morgue.
LAX: Basically the shittiest, dirtiest, grossest airport I've ever been to.
Minneapolis: I know this airport like the back of my hand. It could use a little more shopping space, but I like how there usually arent too many people in any one place.
St. Lewis: It's got the walk of lights. what else can I say?
Don Muang airport, Bangkok: Not the nicest or newest, but definatly one of the easiest airports to get through. They have about 1 customs desk for every 3 or 4 people that get off a 747. Bangkok is in the process of building a new, very large, state of the art international airport.
Anywhere in Mexico: avoid if possible.
AND THE WINNER IS...
Aspen, CO: They have leather recliners in the terminal, only one gate, chill security (in my experience) and about three times more space than needed to house the passengers of the tiny planes they fly outta there.
I'm so constipated I've become a prune juice conesuir (sp)
'peter north is fucken awesome, hes got a big rod and blows gallons of semen on fresh 18 year old faces
'It isn't pollution that's harming the environment. It's the impurities in our air and water that are doing it.'
'You're not drunk if you can lie on the floor without holding on.'
'Cocaine is God's way of saying your're making too much money.'
'I don't like people who take drugs... Customs men for example.'