So, I got this piece of junk mail (I’m mean, not junk mail) from Clear Communications the other day:
This isn’t the worlds greatest scan, but it’s addressed to resident, telling me”This is Not Junk Mail” . So, doing what the envelope says (it must be important), I opened it up (because you know, they said it wasn’t junk) and inside they let me know again it’s not junk:
So what’s inside sure looks likes an advertisement, the not junk-mail reads for “$30 a month” I could have “Super fast internet.” The little asterisk clarified that, “Super fast” means compared to 3G, not like regular home DSL. I was all like “Gee this seems to fit the definition of junk mail, which according to my handy dictionary is: ” unsolicited third-class mail consisting of advertising and often addressed to `resident’ or `occupant’”, but it can’t be because Clear says this isn’t junk mail. Then I realized, ahh, they got me with the old Jedi Mind trick…
I wonder if this will work for me: quickly share this article with everyone you know, now! The fate of the earth depends on it!