September 15, 2004

Editorial Assistant

Jenna wanted to help me with a press release I had to write for the financial services industry. She asked what it was about. I said, "banks." She said, well then, just tell them this:

“A bank is where you get money. At the bank, when your credit card runs out of money, you send it to the bank and they put the money inside the card.

Then, when they’re done, they send it back. Sometimes, if you have a cracker box or a cookie box you can save it and you can put nickels, dimes, and dollars inside.

And when it gets full, you can send it to the bank and they can put it in your bank account.

The end.”


September 12, 2004