The point of Uncott.org is to expose just how worthless these boycotts are in the grand scheme of things
SEATTLE, WA (PRWEB) December 12, 2005
Bogus Boycotts take the energy of good people and focus it on petty, pointless pseudo-problems. They're clutter and static that harm the signal-to-noise ratio in the national debate.
With that in mind, Uncott.org was created to battle Bogus Boycotts. "The point of Uncott.org is to expose just how worthless these boycotts are in the grand scheme of things," says Uncott.org creator, Greg Bulmash. "I mean, come on, don't we have bigger fish to fry?"
Some of the Bogus Boycott silliness profiled at Uncott.org includes:
- One of the companies on the AFA's boycott list is there because they used "December 25th" instead of "Christmas" on the shipping information on their web site.
- Marijuana legalization activists rally Colorado college students to boycott beer.
- A "Boycott Pepsi" e-mail circulates, protesting the firing of spokescelebrity Kanye West... even though Pepsi never fired him.
- A pro-life group claims pro-choice groups tried to bankrupt them with repeated requests for their boycott list of over 100 companies, so now they charge $15.75 for it.
Visit http://www.uncott.org for more Bogus Boycotts and commentary.
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