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1 Response to “Get a Pro Subscription Today with 50% Discount!”
I feel compelled to stick up my nose and one finger in particular at the advertising copy for the following reasons:
1. Walmart “and other retailers” would have been a much better choice.
2. February is a month and Friday is a day. While they both begin with the letter F, it’s a thin stretch and makes me feel dirty.
3. February is Black History Month in the United States. We’re a rather large nation and the internet’s research capabilities are nearly limitless. I would have thought someone might have stumbled upon a reference to Black History Month somewhere and given some thought as to whether or not “Black February Sale” seemed appropriate, especially considering some rather appalling auctions which occurred in the 1800’s.