The pleasures of travel on Thanksgivingl (in English and in German)

Travel is off this year because of the dreadful state of the world economy, but this is still probably the biggest travel weekend of the year. So to commemorate it and because our publisher, Seed, is a German publisher as well, we present this tribute to the pleasures of Thanksgiving travel, first in English, then in German:

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is this humor or what ?
maybe you can decrypt the message

anon: Yes. It's tagged humor. It's about the pleasures and non pleasures of traveling on Thanksgiving. It is from a 1987 movie starring Steve Martin called, Planes, Trains and Automobiles.