Verizon’s DROID Carpet Bombs the US

Continuing the WTF school of advertising, one of Verizon’s DROID commercials “features” incoming payloads reminiscent of the bombs flying in from the 80s movie “The Day After.” I guess they didn’t get the memo that people like little techy things with lights and smiley faces, but don’t like robots with threatening voices delivered by high-velocity aerial bombardment. (hint: in the movie referenced above, everyone dies). Oh yeah, and we appear to be bombing ourselves. WTF?

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  1. Ryan

    I imagine Verizion could keep costs lower but delivering their phones via UPS instead of by stealth fighter.


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