[QUOTE=SONNY WERBLIN;3371792]Well, in repsonse to your opening question, I'd do her. But then again, my "do-able" rate for someone attractive enough for a company to hire as a spokesmodel (er a person), is probably near 99%.[/QUOTE]
You obviously didn't live in Chicago during the 80's and 90's and see this commercial ten times an hour.
I listen to a lot of radio during the day, and there's a commercial for TopDot Mortgage where they do a disclaimer at the beginning of the spot. The voice is speaking at such a rapid rate that it's impossible to understand more than a word here and there. Then they get into their sales spiel at a normal rate of speed. This is just an example of verbal fine print and it p*sses me off no end when a company tries that BS (they're hardly unique in this regard). I would NEVER do business with any company that only complies with an FCC disclosure regulation by racing through it in an incomprehensible manner.
By the way, I love the fact that people can buy Starbucks, flat screen TVs, and all sorts of other sh!t on their credit card, then decide not to pay it, then pay only half of it and have the rest wiped out by a "debt service" that negotiates with the bank. And people wonder why banks have to charge fees and make lending tougher! :rolleyes:
(Rant over. Back to the hotties pimping bailouts for all! :D :yes: )