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I cannot give too much advice here...but there is one place I can pass on something from Clark Howard...

I am thinking it might also be appropriate to approach the heart of the demon to see if there was any corporate humanity beating softly behind the tough outer scales, and if the pen truly be more mightieth than the sword, a letter to Blockbuster CEO John Antioco may be a more prudent course of action.

Several times in the last couple of months, Clark has said letters to CEOs are not likely to do you any good -- they will never see the letter. If you can find the names of some VPs in the company, write letters to THEM since they almost always will read the letter.

Who had to rec Fuskie's post as being one of the more entertaining requests for help in recent memory...
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