So, Sprint is currently running a new spot with Paul, who was formerly the spokesperson for Verizon but now works for Sprint. You remember Paul, He was the guy who kept asking “Can you hear me now?” Well, as it turns out, Paul has no loyalty, and is apparently something of a whore as he has sold his soul to Sprint and is currently hawking Sprint’s wares and services because, obviously he can be bought.
Here is Sprint’s new ad:
Well, if you are one of those folks who believe in a free market, or say that it is okay for Paul to work form whomever he wants, let me remind you who Paul really is (oh, and the audio track on this video isn’t actually safe for work / NSFW)…
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So I keep seeing this State Farm Commercial where four Elvis impersonators in Las Vegas are calling on their State Farm agent to repair damage done to their pink Cadillac.
When it suddenly occurs to me, four separate Elvises call upon their individual agents to get a quote on the damage, only, just one of then will (or should) be allowed to put in a claim. Do you think that they are attempting to perpetuate insurance fraud, and if so, why does it seem that the four agent are willing to seem to allow it to occur?