Dear Yellow Pages, we have a thing called The Internet. Please stop wasting stuff.

Via elephant journal
on Aug 14, 2010
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One Response to “Dear Yellow Pages, we have a thing called The Internet. Please stop wasting stuff.”

  1. YogiOne says:

    Dear Advertisers,

    I never use a phone book anymore. Neither does anyone else. Don't waste your money there. Advertise on Elephant Journal instead. 🙂