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VIDEO: Comcast Kindly Tells Subscribers to Go $%& Themselves (NSFW)

In a new Funny or Die video spoof, “Comcast” responds to customer concerns about its intended merger with Time Warner Cable. The general message? “We don’t give a f—.”

As the clip goes on, the message is clear and simple: “From the people who answer our phones to the people who write our TV shows, we do not give a f—.”

The video also pokes fun at Comcast’s domination of the market, calling it “the Walmart of telecom” and pointed out that even if customers switch to another provider — or try Netflix and Hulu — Comcast will probably still be making money off of them.

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