What’s in your Wallet?

Sweet.  I was starting to get sick of handing out my social security number to any financial instituion for tracking purposes.  Now I can simply apply for a credit card w/o the use of a SS number or credit history once I establish a new checking account with fake name and address.  Sure, it might carry a 21% interest rate, but who cares if I have absolutely to intention of paying it off.  Just when I thought the era of cheap credit was coming to a close, it gets even more ridiculous.  When this madness eventually comes to an end, we’ll be telling our grandkids stories of the good ol’ days of the Great Depression, ’cause there’s gonna be some serious hell to pay.

http://today.reuters.com/misc/PrinterFriendlyPopup.aspx?type=domesticNews&storyID=2007-02-13T053517Z_01_N13447905_RTRUKOC_0_US-BOFA-CARD.xml

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