|'Wells Fargo: crushing your dreams since 1852...'|
|I majored in theatre and I didn't need |
some bank telling me I was wasting
my time. I let the job market do that.
|"Goddamn right we should."|
If this sounds familiar, you might recall that time AT&T tweeted an ad about how their customers could pass the interminable hours spent at the theatre by simply whipping out their phones and catching up on the sports games. Classy.
|"What are you, queer? Sports! Spooooorts!"|
-One of AT&T's
less successful slogan
|"Face it kid, you're never going to be a|
violinist. Try for software engineer or CPA."
Ok, how were they were celebrating the aspirations of the young by suggesting that they abandon their dreams in favor of careers with a higher likelihood of financial security? That's not aspiration, that's more like resignation.
Also, since Wells Fargo is a bank and not like, a career counselor, shouldn't they lay off the life advice and concentrate more on bank things, like helping people invest their money and not plunging us all into another recession?
|I sense another Twitter apology coming.|