Apparently the USPS ran the “a refrigerator has never been hacked” commercial again last night:
When I see a USPS commercial touting how mail trumps e-statements, that tells me all I need to know about the state of the union.
— 24 Seven Lax (@24SevenLax) January 25, 2012
You know the economy is bad when the USPS MAIL have a damn commercial trying to get people to mail instead of using the Internet
— KenKredible24 (@KenKredible24) January 25, 2012
It’s kinda weird that USPS finds it necessary to make a commercial for mail #desperate
— sarahamber (@sarahamber11) January 25, 2012
Just saw a commercial encouraging all the companies that just went paperless to give their customers the “security” of a printed bill. #usps
— Marissa (@MarissaElinda) January 25, 2012
Did I really just see a #usps commercial that said “mail is good for your business and good for your customers”
— 4rilla (@4rilla) January 25, 2012
OMG. The USPS has a commercial to get businesses to send people PAPER statements. Geez.
— cspiller (@cspiller) January 24, 2012
Ha! USPS commercial basically begging people to send more mail. Reminds me of that Seinfeld EP w/ Wilford Brimley as Postmaster General
— Nathan Zufelt (@zufelt16) January 24, 2012
“A online virus has never attacked a cork board” Use paper -USPS commercial… really? that is your argument for use of paper? FAIL!
— John T. Redlich (@johntr) January 24, 2012
TV commercial primetime from USPS saying keep the paper don’t go paperless/digital….little latedon’t ya think, sounds like Kodak
— Chris Arvay (@ChrisArvay) January 24, 2012
The USPS just put a commercial saying that mail never gets a virus or hacked, but the Internet doesn’t get chased by neighborhood dogs…
— Bill Pivetz (@Mr_Piv1127) January 23, 2012