Sunday, February 19, 2006

History of the day for February 20

In 2002, credit card companies halt all attempts at improving customer services when they realize they won't be able to come up with a name for the card that sounds better than "platinum." In a sweeping agreement, all major companies decide to start over, issue bronze cards, and evolve from there.

2 comments:

Spinning Girl said...

Actually, i think they should start with stone. Or maybe wood?

He heh

He heh

I said wood.

jiggs said...

That's what she said!