Battle John / Kennedy International Airport / British / Terminal / Delta Sky Club Menu / Minutemen / Express

The Battle At John F. Kennedy International Airport, 1776: "When the British marched through Terminal 2 and stopped to ask if they could order from the Delta Sky Club Menu, the Minutemen attacked from the CIBO Express." [SATIRE]

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