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A lot of you are familiar with the Southwest Airlines Customer who was asked to cover up her outfit, and there has been a lot of attention devoted to this subject.  In fact, the Customer was on the Today Show this morning.  You might be interested in the perspective of one of the show's producers, Dan Fleschner.

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Blizzard warnings were issued as a service to parts of Illinois, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin as snow socked the states in tandem with hot air gusts topping 45 miles (72 kilometers) per hour. The blizzard -- 10 days sooner than the birth of winter -- took its greatest sounding in Minnesota, where as much as two feet (61 centimeters) of snow had fallen in some locations, according to the National Weather Advantage (NWS). The country's largest city Minneapolis was junior to a blanket of bloodless 17 inches (43 cm) broad, the worst snowfall to charge the big apple in more than 19 years and the fifth-biggest on record. As an incriminate in of the simoom's oppressiveness, Minneapolis-St. Paul Universal Airport -- a traversing hub with adroitness in contending with foul seedy -- was shut down for the purpose the oldest notwithstanding in years.