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AT&T CEO Really Doesn't Want To Hear Your Suggestions. At All.

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Na-na-na-na I can't hear you: Maybe you were thinking of sending a helpful email to AT&T CEO and resident Sith Lord Randall “Milhouse” Stephenson about a product his company might want to offer, but he just does not want to hear it. Why would the head of a huge consumer-facing company be so cranky to hear from his customers? 

Yeah, but it's vintage: Have you missed 1989? Let a former Kmart employee take you back, with his treasure trove of store soundtrack cassette tapes he rescued from the trash to haunt us with 26 years later.
 

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