Starbeams: The Top Five Changes You’ll Notice with a Japanese-Owned Sprint

The Top Five Changes You’ll Notice with a Japanese Sprint:

#5.  Before you enter the Sprint store, you will be asked to remove your shoes.

#4.  Special emergency hotline in case a giant lizard attacks your town.

#3.  When you purchase a new phone they flip it in the air and you catch it in your mouth.

#2.   Sprint CEO Dan Hesse will become a hunchback.

#1.  Poor cell reception around Harry Truman‘s home.

 

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3 Responses to Starbeams: The Top Five Changes You’ll Notice with a Japanese-Owned Sprint

  1. Rick Nichols says:

    Will a l-o-n-g evening with a geisha girl be part of the new sales pitch, particularly if I, say, go for the two-year contract? Just curious. It never hurts to ask.

  2. ME SO SOLLY says:

    HO HO! EVERY STEREOTYPE TROTTED OUT EN MASSE!

    ME SO SOLLY.

    • Mark X says:

      Oh, just hilarious …

      Too bad an African company didn’t by Sprint … your top 5 would have been awesome!