At This Point in the Broadcast: Business Cards

At This Point in the Broadcast: Business Cards


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    Marcus Zyker

    Hehe Paul Allen on the card. Glad to see that Patrick Bateman was just hallucinating and didn’t actually kill Paul.

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    525Lines

    If a Japanese guy hands you his business card and you don't take a few seconds to look at it and read it front and back, he'll stop you and tell you to look at it.

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    ElmerFuddGun

    What are you suppose to "Google" if you don't know the person's name? Or how to spell it? Or you simply don't want the hassle of Googling everything. It takes 2 seconds to give your card versus minutes to get it in your phone. Far from dead.

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    ElmerFuddGun

    1:46 Use dashes – – – in your phone number! I know you think you are cool by using spaces or periods but you aren't smart. It is way easier to spot a phone number when it has dashes and it works much better with computer searches, etc.

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    fastnbulbouss

    I totally disagree. Business cards are extremely important. Been using them for 40 years to make great filters for your spliffs. The new plastic coated ones are to be avoided, difficult to roll, plus if you burn them….phewwwww, horrible !!!

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    Terry Hale

    I just want to let you know that the attached advertisement is not working correctly and subsequently, I cannot see the featured video.

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    SPRINDYS

    I am not in business, but I do have card, calling cards I call them as I hate to spell my name out to someone who want to know my contact information, and who remembers your own phone number, I ask you. Hand a new friend your card and all is there for their use if they want to stay in touch. They can use it as a book mark (you remember books, don't you?) too. Huggz from Canada.

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    AdeptPaladin

    Sorry but even if you google me, you’ll find nothing. So a business card still makes a good deal of sense.

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    Korvus Ashend

    Sorry Seth, was bored a third into the video. Here's my business card; please mail me with the summary of what you said.

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    Jose Colon

    hahhahahahahahahahhahahahahahhahahahahahahhahahahahahahhahahahahahahahhahahahahahahahhahahahahahah… <gasps for air>… hahahahahahahahahahah….

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    Joseph Teller

    Business Cards are still VERY in…. especially if you deal with the rest of the world outside the entertainment industry. In Japan, without cards, you don't have a business that deals with any other business.

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    Cengiz Mardin

    business cards: the customer dont needs to write something somewhere down. less work for him. and so good for you.

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    heredownunder

    Just googled him. Don’t think he works there anymore. (Yes, I know). Business cards are hard to keep up to date.

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    Rico C

    That's rich coming from Seth. He's the ultimate soy-boy cuckflake, and I don't know where he got the idea anyone would take him seriously about punching someone

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    Josh

    I give people personalized fountain pens instead of cards. Sure, they cost 30 dollars each but I don't give them to just anyone.

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    stopthecrazyguy

    I love these "incoherent rants" segments. What is almost even funnier is all the people who take serious issues against what Seth is ranting about in the comment section. It adds another layer of absurd.

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    Chris Ford

    The old business card is dead. You need to check out the Tap2Tag Connect Card, an electronic business card where you can store all your business information and update it as you like. And best of all you only need one. It is saving the environment!

    https://youtu.be/y48KOqiYIa8

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    Serai3

    Such utter bullshit. Idiots who want to use their stupid little toy to record everything are just that – idiots.

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    Victoria Mahon

    Business cards are still essential for networking. They make it easy to quickly get your contact information into the hands of someone you're speaking with. And what else would you enter free lunch raffles with? Get with the program.

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    Fertilizer Happens

    Am I the only one who can't watch this video because of a broken ad? Every time this Cadillac ad plays, it freezes after 7 seconds and I can't skip it.

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    Ben Iverson

    my business cards say "gentlemen at large" and "one of only a few self-proclaimed geniuses in the world" on them, because i really am just the best

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    Pam Pochel

    I remember how proud I was when I got my first business cards! I still like to get them and pick them up from others.

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    Baffled BumbleBee

    He went all American Psycho on this Paul Allen dude…"Look at that subtle colouring. The tasteful thickness."
    "Oh my God. It even has a watermark."

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    Danielle Anner

    These bits are very satisfying. I like seeing the running commentary with the corresponding mime in the background.

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    Santhya Pillai

    Literally the only reason I have business cards is to win prizes or happy hours at bars and restaurants.

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    sharksandsheep

    Look at that subtle off-white coloring. The tasteful thickness of it. Oh my god, it even has a watermark.

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