The Office of Strategic Influence brings you "Dear Bulk Mailer."
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Please go check it out here.
I was in love with the idea the first time I read it.
Only 9 percent of the nearly 150000 people who saw it online thought it was an unfair way to fight back against junk mail.
I've used those mailers for years and wondered the same thing about it. You just sort of knew that the company was paying the postage, but why not even more?
I find few flaws in the logic here. While I am fairly sure that many companies use such mailers with good intent, so many others are using them along with malicious intent.
If you've ever contemplated this notion, let me know!
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