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Southwest attacks creepy, two-faced rivals

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Air travel was already difficult, but it's only getting worse. This odd Southwest Airlines commercial suggests that rival carriers are now hiring creepy Jekyll-and-Hyde freak-show monsters who are literally two-faced—offering great-looking airfares on the one hand but with all sorts of added costs on the other. Actually, the clerk never shows her hands, which is probably a good thing, and it's also not clear how her elbows bend, or if she can even use her computer to check you in. In the back, they probably have this Kodak dog sniffing your bags.

—Posted by Tim Nudd

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