At the top floor of Terminal 21(San Francisco) there is this Albert Kennedy homage on the floor. Most people may not pay attention, since this is the USA floor and the name of Kennedy is a very popular one. However, is this an error or not? Because there is no Albert Kennedy in the former president Kennedy’s family in the USA.
This seems to be an hidden message, and probably not a mistake. Check the rainbow colors surrounding the name, symbols of the gay movements. This seems the be a reference to Albert Kennedy’s Trust (read here https://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/albert-kennedy-remembering-albert-1093720.html)
“The Albert Kennedy Trust is a voluntary organisation based in England, created in 1989 to serve lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender young people who are homeless, living in a hostile environment or in housing crisis. Wikipedia”.
The dates are wrong though, Albert is dead at the age of 16, not 7! So my questions is: is this thing a hidden message from a gay designer, or just a non English Speaking Thai searched Kennedy with Google and though that Albert was a member of the former president Family? Is it a smart hidden message or a case of stupid misunderstanding?
It is located in front of Swensen’s the ice cream shop, at the 3rd floor in Terminal 21. If you walk there, take a minute remembering Albert Kennedy, and Linda Monroe his wife (joking).