Some unbiased thoughts about the Max Borges Agency

I am belatedly realizing that the bastards at the Max Borges Agency have cleverly concealed press releases for products not at CES in my inbox, with press releases that certainly make it appear that they should be on my CES agenda.

This means that the unholy bastards at the Max Borges Agency have managed to waste my time both during my initial scan of their incoming emails, and again now when I’m at CES working out my agenda, and my time is at a premium.

Therefore, it is highly likely that I will generally think poorly of tech companies who hire the scumsucking PR flacks at the Max Borges Agency in the future. Or at least, those particular scumsucking PR flacks at the Max Borges Agency who use this underhanded tactic. I mention this just in case anyone in the future happens to come across this post while deciding whether to hire the Max Borges Agency.

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