Airline Forces Stanford Grad To Shut Down His Website Because It Saved People Money
There are 2 comments on the Silicon Alley Insider story from Oct 25, 2012, titled Airline Forces Stanford Grad To Shut Down His Website Because It Saved People Money. In it, Silicon Alley Insider reports that:
That is why when a 25-year-old Stanford grad coded a simple website to check him in automatically 24 hours before a flight, Southwest Airlines sent him a cease-and-desist letter threatening to sue him, according to NBC .
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#1 Oct 26, 2012
Southworst caters to the dumb stupid negros, not thew young bright well educated white's.
He's preventing the negros from cashing their welfare checks at Southwest with his software.
#2 Oct 27, 2012
speaking of dumb, check out the grammar from this guy
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