By Samantha Grossman
February 9, 2015

After 94 years of service, RadioShack filed for bankruptcy last week, and John Oliver has had enough of everyone’s jokes about it.

In a short segment on Sunday’s episode of Last Week Tonight, Oliver called out the media for using “a glib, jokey tone” to discuss its demise. “This is a dying 94-year-old business,” he said. “At this point, it’s like you’re sitting across from your grandfather at Thanksgiving dinner saying, ‘You know, I don’t really see the point of Grandpa Fred in 2015.'”

He then shares a homemade farewell message for RadioShack that he says they should feel free to use. It’s hilarious, but please beware it contains some NSFW language.

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