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I would expect things like Walmart/Comcast/Big Banks/Oil Companies/Chik-fil-a to be on the list.
(i.e. - places that treat their employees like crap, treat their customers like crap, distort the political process, screwing everyone, or are known/thought to be homophobic/racists/etc)
Any list of hated companies that doesn't include WalMart in the top 5 isn't using the proper parameters.
A lot of my Iowa friends LOVE Wal-Mart. That JC Penney thing is just weird. Must be the Christian moms.
But for the life of me I can't understand why Bank of America and AT&T aren't on that list. But I may be biased because I have had two incredibly frustrating interactions with both of those companies just this morning.
I'm so happy I switched from AT&T to them.
I still say it's @6 not @4.
WTF is wrong with JC Penney? #1? No way. Sense this does not make.
I love J.C. Penney. I don't often go to the mall but when I do, I shop there first. :)
T-Mobile has the shittiest network service and reliability. A friend will call me, on their end they hear the phone dialing/ringing and then it will go to voicemail. On my end the call never even registered, the phone never rang and I got a missed call notification on my phone. Later when I tell my friend I never received the call to begin with, they think I'm lying. The same thing happens to my out-of-state parents who have t-mobile as well as my friends. So its not limited to my phone/number, tower, state, whatever.
T-Mobile fucking sucks!
People should be lining up outside Lloyd Blankfein and Jamie Dimon's estates with torches and pitchforks, but unfortunately that that will never happen as long as the heads of these transnational, "vampire squid" banking cartels sit in positions above governments, instead of inside a prison cell.
Spindles would strongly urge everyone to read the most recent article by the excellent Matt Taibbi titled "Secrets and Lies of the Bailout". My only criticism would be his implication that the Federal government are merely stooges to the whims of the banks instead of active participants in the fraud.
Wait! I changed my mind: Whichever sprawling corporate octopus it is that owns most of our Senators and Representatives. Is it Quantum? I can never remember.
Also, they sucks.
Now I have AT&T. I am looking forward to switching providers.
And they are fucking fascists with their employees.
Monsanto, who strives for world hunger.
Home Depot for sure...I have to live in a neighborhood with one of their stores and they're absolutely horrendous to the community, beyond their other evils. I had a terrible time with Sprint over many years. And of course, Walmart, the evil empire.