"Under the new Swap system, you can take points off sooner at varying rates, but as you wait longer and longer your points will actually be worth MORE....This system allows us to get paid, and pass it on to you, so you can get more value from the points you earn."
And I have some oceanfront property in arizona to sell you.
Mark wrote: ...I have some oceanfront property in arizona to sell you.
You know, long, long ago when I was your age I would have taken you up on your offer, but my interest in acquiring such property evaporated roughly 500 million years ago (about the same time as when things were the best for CellNUVO). Sorry I didn't see your offer sooner!
(From Wikipedia): "Arizona was home to a shallow sea which was home to jellyfish and stromatolite-forming bacteria. This sea was still in place during the Cambrian period of the Paleozoic era and was home to brachiopods and trilobites, but it withdrew during the Ordovician and Silurian. The sea returned during the Devonian and was home to brachiopods, corals, and fishes. Sea levels began to rise and fall during the Carboniferous, leaving most of the state a richly vegetated coastal plain during the low spells. During the Permian, Arizona was richly vegetated but was submerged by seawater late in the period."
(Apologies for veering off topic -- and now back to the thread as it was intended...)