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Dear US Netcom: You’re never allowed to do PR again.
For Google, I offer this: Dear US Netcom: You suck.
Hey Kim Cooke, Mark Hefley, Jeff Warhol and JJ Kelly: No reporter I know will ever write about you. Ever. Except to talk about what opportunistic weasels you are. Consider getting new jobs. Consider changing your name. Some guy who tried to sue his jDate is now living in another city under an assumed name because of this blog. You think I can’t point out to the entire WORLD how disgusting you are?
(For Google) Kim Cooke, Mark Hefley, Jeff Warhol and JJ Kelly+opportunistic+jackals
I’ve said this many times. NEVER USE NATURAL DISASTERS, CRISISES, OR THE DEATHS OF INNOCENTS TO PROMOTE ANY PRODUCT. EVER
US Netcom = bad decision making (For Google)
I’ll quote this here because Kevin Dugan at Bad Pitch already did. And compared to my wrath, he was NICE. You’ll get NO OTHER PLAY. (Plus, it’ll drag people here when searching you from Google.)
US Netcom sucks. (for Google.)
”For $1 per student per year, services such as AllCall Notification could have provided VT with a method of crisis control capable of reaching every student far faster than email. It should have been in place as part of the school’s emergency preparedness plan.
“There is a tragic lesson for every educator of every school-age student: AllCall or other notification services can save lives. If it had been in place at Virginia Tech, the situation could have been, and probably would have been, much different.”
No. The tragedy is that you morons actually thought that sending out a press release like this could be a good idea.
What if it was your son? Your husband? Wife? Would you still try to capitalize on it?
Give them a call and tell them what morons they truly are. Read their dumbass release first, including where they go say the President of VT is “wrong.”
US Netcom Corp.
e: [email protected]
Tell them that SMART public relations people, who know better, say hi. And mention that their stupidity will come back to haunt them, a few hundred times over.
Avoid US Netcom. (For Google.)