Category Archives: marketing

Weed Man thinks you’re stupid

Note to self: You’ve been talking about putting a sign on your front door to tell door-to-door salespeople that you aren’t interested. Get on that, already!

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Spammers. Silly spammers.

Don’t be a dingbat, okay? I doubt you are, but just in case you practice dingbattery in secret, or know any dingbats.

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No snake-oil here.

If I don’t use $7500 cables, what cables do I use?

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Synergistic [super-secret!] Research

A lack of critical thinking is not only a bad thing, but it can cost you a lot of money!

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Twitter, saying it doesn’t make it okay

Twitter is looking at what you’ve got on your phone, and that is not cool.

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Zara’s idiocy

I don’t think Hanlon’s razor covers this case.

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More stupid from Bell

They wouldn’t know even passable service if it bit them in the ass.

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Canadian Tire wrap-up

I didn’t think they’d reply, but they did.

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Don’t mess with physics!

Hyundai wants you to believe that they challenge physics. Even the thought is ridiculous.

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What are you thinking, Canadian Tire?

Are you there to sell me the stuff in the store, or to pitch credit cards?

Also posted in consequences, consumer life | 1 Response