You won’t believe the envelope that the phone company has apparently been sending out. If it’s not a hoax, the irony is so thick that not even an NSA eavesdropper could penetrate it.


AMERICAblog:

I’ve received this from two people now, and each one had a different AT&T return address depending on where the person was located in the US (meaning, this wasn’t the same image being forwarded around the Net), leading me to believe that this is for real.

(For those of you who are a little slow on the irony side of things, read what AT&T wrote on the front of the envelope. You’ll recall that AT&T is one of three companies alleged to have voluntarily helped the NSA spy on its customers.)

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