Saturday, September 26, 2009

The Begining of a Trend?

Good to see others recognizing the absurdity of how companies feel entitled to impose fees on the public. In the spirit of fairness, if companies feel entitled to contact us, we should be able to charge them for our time and the use of our equipment. Companies do not have a right to impose on us without our permission. Please see: Misplaced Regulatory Blame II. The cartoon below is by Darrin Bell from: Candorville. (Click on the image to see it better.)


Sonya said...

Excellent. I wonder if some form of this could hold up in court?

Steve R. said...

If the system were fair, the answer would be yes. Those who are into marketing believe that they have an entitlement to accost you and use your time in the name of making a sale. Unfortunately, our lawmakers do not seem concerned with preventing this "bad" behavior.