I'm not a Southwest employee nor customer because I live in the Southeast and only am able to fly about once a year to another area of the Eastern coast. I will say this though, I applaud Southwest Airlines and their employee's stances on lewd, crude and rude customers who think they can dress as skanks and annoy AT LEAST HALF of the other passengers. My hats off to Southwest and its employees for bringing to the attention those who don't have any decency or manners to know how to dress and behave in public. Perhaps if more airline personnel were to do this, mine and my children's once per year flights would be more enjoyable. Believe me, while the original skank to complain was Kyla Ebbert, I've seen even worse than her in airports and boarding planes. Now, Kyla according to me was dressed imappropriately, but again I've seen not only worse than her in public transport, but also in grocery and other stores, the workplace and on the street.
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Dear Southwest CEOs and Employees,
Please brace yourselves with what I'm going to reveal. I believe the attention starved Ho (I mean Kyla Ebbert) may have some claims to sue the pants, panties or tops off you'all.
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1. AnonymousPampleteer Says:
September 8th, 2007 at 1:02 pm
I think it is outrageous that this airline was interfering with this woman's right, as underwritten and encouraged by every family court in America, to do everything in her power to attract and ultimately trap in reproduction and/or marriage, some economically above-average or even upscale male on that flight.
Everyone knows that average incomes of males who fly are higher than those who take the bus, and certainly her chances were pretty good of being seated next to a male or two, and if not, one imagines that no such prospective male targets would have objected to her changing her seat in their direction if she so chose.
Here this poor, hardworking Hooters waitress was utilizing her well-developed and practiced professional skills to do what she could to attract male attention, and that nasty airline stole from her the opportunity to maximally exploit the circumstance of being a semi-clad young female on a passenger jet.
I say that she sues the airline for depriving her from the 20 year child support annuity which she surely could have trapped from some male on that flight if the airline had simply allowed her to procede without their malicious and tortious interference.
In settlement, Southwest Airlines should allow her to travel completely naked or wearing whatever scant attire she chooses on as many flights as it takes for her to trap a high-earning male, while requiring their own flight attendants wear burkas, so as to not draw any male attention away from this poor, self-esteem damaged young "lady".
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