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Why not have a standardized checked parcel. Have one that is the maximum size allowable and one that is half that size. Then design a system that handles them automatically. They could even be slid into slots on the exterior of the plane eliminating the need for a cargo hold.

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I want to e-mail SW airlines and comment on the "decency" problem they had with the shirt. I just want to tell them about the right to free speech. THis weman had to go through secruity, she wasn't a threat. This is crazy. Maybe next they will be checking to be sure your underware isn't offensive. If you have the e-mail address, please tell lme.

SWA employee


the shirt did NOT say fockers. it said the full correct spelling of the f-word. SWA has the right to protect their other passengers including children from seeing offensive words such as that, for example if you were to SAY those words they could kick you off also, just as a restaurant could and would.

may I quote:

"Southwest Airlines supports the right to free speech, but we also support the rights of our Employees and Customers to not have to endure profanity from another Customer.

“Southwest's Customer Contract of Carriage clearly states that ‘persons whose conduct is or has been known to be disorderly, abusive, offensive, threatening, intimidating, or violent, or whose clothing is lewd, obscene, or patently offensive’ may be denied boarding.

“This issue has nothing to do with the fact that the t-shirt depicted the likeness of political figures, but rather that the Customer was wearing a shirt containing language that was so offensive that it cannot be aired on public broadcast or be printed in a newspaper.”

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