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    Dear Comcast employees: we'd like to talk to you

    You’ve probably heard of Comcast. You know, Comcast? The largest cable provider in the country. The monolith that’s been called the Worst Company in America. The company that inspired Mona Shaw, 75, to invade a local office and smash a customer service representative’s computer with a hammer. The place where this guy works.

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    Dear Comcast employees: we'd like to talk to you

    Every so often, there is an eruption of outrage over the failure of American cable companies to serve their subscribers’ best interests. That’s the problem with monopolies: they have little to no competition, and therefore little to no incentive to be nice to their customers.

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    Dear Comcast employees: we'd like to talk to you

    Comcast has asked for permission to acquire Time Warner Cable, the second-largest cable provider in the country, further solidifying its dominance in the cable and internet market.

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    Dear Comcast employees: we'd like to talk to you

    One of my favorite descriptions of the cable company paradox comes from comedian Eugene Mirman, a fellow Time Warner prisoner. "Overall your company is run like an ill-managed soviet factory," he wrote in an open letter.

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    Dear Comcast employees: we'd like to talk to you

    Comcast has gone before Congress insisting the combined company is not a monopoly, claiming that 3G and 4G wireless networks count as competition — an argument that’s tenuous at best considering wireless networks don’t perform at cable’s level. The Federal Communications Commission is reviewing the proposal, and the public has until August 25th to submit comments.

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