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Restaurant Uses Old School Social Media To Complain About Verizon


Copyright: The Consumerist

February 10, 2012


It's now commonplace for angry consumers to use Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, or WUPHF to complain that they are being ignored by their phone/cable/satellite provider. But one restaurant in Manhattan decided to voice its opinion of Verizon in a way that doesn't require an internet connection. Consumerist reader Thurman snapped this photo of a downtown eatery that in addition to declaring that "Verizon Sucks!"...


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