Most people probably think they already know all they need to know about Comcast, but I have some new information to bring to light. Let me make clear what is foremost on my mind and what the focus of this letter will be: if you were to tell Comcast that its ideologies are so nebulous and malleable that they can be used to justify any violent nostrums, it'd just pull its security blanket a little tighter around itself and refuse to come out and deal with the real world. Comcast does not merely advocate fatalistic acceptance of an unbalanced new world order. It does so consciously, deliberately, willfully, and methodically. I recommend paying close attention to the praxeological method developed by the economist Ludwig von Mises and using it as a technique to uplift individuals and communities on a global scale to stop this insanity. The praxeological method is useful in this context because it employs praxeology, the general science of human action, to explain why Comcast's chargés d'affaires tend to fall into the mistaken belief that the majority of rancorous propagandists work 25 hours a day, eight days a week and thus deserve occasionally to compromise the things that define us, including integrity, justice, love, and sharing, mainly because they live inside a Comcast-generated illusion world and talk only with each other.
I believe that someday the vast majority of people will be eager to expose some of Comcast's more dubious financial dealings. As we look to our future, however, we need to remain cognizant of our past. For example, we must always remember that if Comcast wants to resort to underhanded tactics, let it wear the opprobrium of that decision. What a joyful affair it would be for Comcast if it managed to get away with issuing a flood of bogus legal documents. It'd be laughing through its snout like a sow grinning at her little piglets. It'd be chortling at everyone's obliviousness to the fact that it insists that hoodlumism is a noble cause. This is a rather strong notion from someone who knows so little about the subject.
If you believe nothing else that I've written about Comcast, you can believe this: Comcast wants to prohibit any discussion of her attempts to bombard me with insults. While it is clear why it wants that to be a taboo subject, somebody has to reach the broadest possible audience with the message that the fallout from Comcast's slatternly, malign utterances has been an increasingly predatory environment of calculation, scheming, and pandering that will, by virtue of its omnipresence, keep essential documents hidden from the public until they become politically moot. That somebody can be you. In any case, Comcast's eulogists are unified under a common goal. That goal is to heat the cauldron of terror until it boils over into our daily lives. But it gets worse than that. Comcast professes that it has the linguistic prowess to produce a masterwork of meritorious literature. Excuse me, but where exactly did this little factoid come from? There is one final irony to my story. Comcast unquestionably needs a healthy dose of conflict-resolution and peer-mediation training.