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I have been known to complain about the broadcast networks’ tendencies to repeat recent installments of their late-night talk shows within a week or two of their original telecasts. But I was pleased last Friday that NBC offered a rerun of the March 16 edition of “Late Night with Seth Meyers,” which included among its guests Senator Ted Cruz, who on March 23 announced his candidacy for the Republican Party nomination in the 2016 presidential election. I hadn’t seen his March 16 appearance on “Late Night” – indeed, I hadn’t even heard about it – but I was happy to have the chance given last week’s news. It might have been forgettable the first time around, but that wasn’t the case two weeks later.

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For goodness sake, Markethub, have you never heard of big data? Have you considered the ROI opportunities open to Markethub.com of using the simplest filters to work out that a) we like to think we know about telemarketing; b) that we are not a major user of post; c) that we do not have a nationwide sales team; and d) that we are not a retailer? Did no-one look at our website? No, of course not, because compare@markethub is an automated junk email generator spewing out irrelevant garbage every day to random addresses in the forlorn hope that some idiot somewhere will try to unsubscribe (as I did) and thus prove that there is a real person at the other end. No people are involved (surely?).

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