Am I the only person out there who wishes slow and painful death for whoever wrote those annoying "Free Credit Report dot com" commercials that blast the airwaves during every news show?
I particularly hate the "I married my dream girl" commercial. Not only is the singer an ugly and dirty hippie pig, not only is the song itself insipid and annoying, but the very message is an insult to the sanctity of marriage.
Marriage is something "for richer, for poorer; for better, for worse." Yet here is this commercial in which the @$$ hole singer derides his wife for her poor credit rating. I don't know about you, but I find this to be one of the least tasteful ads, ever. Couples go through money problems. It happens to almost all of us. It has happened to me. It has happened to other members of my family. People lose jobs. People have investments go south. People have medical problems. You know what a good spouse is supposed to do? STEP UP AND BE SUPPORTIVE! Make sacrifices. Work jobs you don't like. Help the family make it through. Most of all, remember your vow to love and cherish for richer for poorer. You know what you DON'T do? You don't sing a mocking song about how you shouldn't have married the bitch.
Honey, dump the guitar-playing loser. You can do better than him! He doesn't love you. He doesn't respect you. He has no respect for the sanctity of marriage. Go find a nice, clean-cut man - one with a real job who doesn't just sit around the house playing guitar with his stoner buddies - and discover what real love is.
And shame on you, evil corporation, for running this commercial! Readers, you should be outraged. You should boycott this company as long as this commerical runs.
I will never, NEVER, use the services of Free Credit Report dot com. I won't even give them the courtesy of a link. And please, please, will all the TV and radio stations out there stop running these commercials? When I see/hear one, I change the channel. I urge all of you readers to do the same - and inform your local channels that they are losing you.