If you Google "Comcast Must Die," you will see an ad to the right of the results page. It's from Comcast -- to tell you how deeply, deeply they care about you.
We are constantly working to serve you better.
Dear Comcast Customer:
We want to let you know that customer service is our highest priority. Your feedback is very important to us, and we use it to improve the way we deliver service. We are writing this letter to update you on the steps we have taken to provide better service to you. We are putting a tremendous amount of resources into making it easier and more convenient for you to do business with us. This is part of a company-wide effort to improve service that will continue for several years....
Blah, blah, blah. I was turned on to this fact by a felllow also named Bob, proprietor of a Comcast hate site, who finds the same ad come up in a Google search of his URL. And he makes an interesting point:
Instead of doling out corporate propaganda, he wonders, why aren't they directing Comcast haters to a company site where their problems can be dealt with? "They spend more time trying to defend what they’re doing," Bob observes, "than doing the right thing to begin wiith."
He's right, of course. It simply boggles the mind.