I am writing today to express my concern about your recent sponsorship..... oh wait, no I'm not.
I'm writing to encourage you not to listen to an exceptionally annoying, exceptionally vocal, and exceptionally delusional minority of your customers, known as the Parents Television Council (PTC) and its members. You should not allow yourself to be fooled into the idea that any sane, normal, or educated member of your customer base believes any of the insanity that comes out of PTC representatives' mouths.
The PTC represents and incredibly small portion of the US population, yet according to the FCC's own statistics generates more than 99.9% of all complaints they receive in a given year. These PTC members believe that since they are too self-involved to control what their children watch on TV, the government should do it for them, and attempt to accomplish this by using their small membership to fraudulently create a massive volume of complaints. Yet no one forces them to have cable TV in their homes, to not use TV and cable box features to control what their children watch, or god forbid, supervise their own children and their TV viewing habits. Maybe if they weren't so busy sending millions of copies of emails and letters to people they'd have time to watch what their own children were viewing on TV.
I encourage you not to listen to these ignorant, lazy, self-absorbed, idiots, who claim to speak for the American population at large. I hope you will continue to sponsor Rescue Me, and every other show on the PTC top ten worst list (available here: http://www.parentstv.org/PTC/publications/reports/top10bestandworst/main.asp). As a 23 year old, college graduate, with a large amount of disposable income, I hope to continue to see your delightful adds during episodes of Rescue Me, Family Guy, and everything else the PTC hates. While you might lose one of the six idiots who believes what the PTC says, you'll certainly keep me as a continuing customer. I can also distinguish the difference between reality and TV, just like I can tell the difference between the real world and video games. When the PTC finally mature and develop a method of conversation besides whining, crying, and throwing temper tantrums, they can join the rest of us in reality.
The site then responded: Dear Matt Dragon,
Thank you for taking action on behalf of America's children and grandchildren. Your emails have been sent!
Well you're very welcome PTC, I look forward to meeting your socially disabled, sheltered, home schooled, afraid of the world, gun toting, psychopath children and grandchildren and enlightening them as to how increadibly screwed up their parents and grandparents were for believing in your cause.