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October 10, 2010

Because, what's the point?

Here's something that has been pissing me off for quite some time now. As you got older, you started to receive more and more junk mail. Some of it, is unavoidable - I mean, circulars for Bloomingdale's and SAKS catalogs are bound to come your way if you have a credit card at their store. But these store-credit cards don't push for a green-friendly image. But you know who does? Visa, MasterCard and American Express. Let's not forget about every single bank, too. They are constantly harping on "paperless" and "save a stamp" and "pay online!" Well, if you want me to go paperless and pay online, then STOP SENDING ME bullshit in the mail that wastes SO MUCH PAPER because everyone in America is just tossing it without reading it. That's right, don't deny it. You people get some junk mail from a credit card company or your bank and before even opening it, you rip it in half and throw it in the trash. And, the regular trash too, you don't put it in recycling for paper, do you?