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You may have been privy to the recent lover’s spat between iPhone’s AT&T and the Droid’s Verizon that played out over national airwaves. Well, the two have made up, but AT&T is sleeping on the couch. The telecommunications giant with “the nation’s fastest 3G network” dropped it’s suit against Verizon today which requested Verizon to ditch their ad slogan “there’s a map for that,” a play on AT&T’s “there’s an app for that.” AT&T subsequently hired brown sport jacket wearing Luke Wilson to charm 3G consumers into thinking that Verizon is doo-doo. No word has been given as to why AT&T dropped suit, but I think it’s because Verizon has secret photos of AT&T ham-boning its secretary.

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One Response to “Because advertising drives popular culture:”

  1. Lance says:

    Hmmm, nothing to do with AT&T being rated “lowest in customer satisfaction” by Consumer Reports? All I know is that I can barely make a call from my couch with my AT&T service. Waiting patiently for this contract to end.

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