When I received a policy from my insurance company it was printed on both sides of 30 pages. With that in mind, I suppose, they also included information on how to "save trees" by signing up for an "ePolicy." So strong was their desire to "save trees" that they saw fit to reiterate it 17 times. (see below)
Now, lets not get all TheConsumerist.com about this. They would surely use the headline "Chubb Hates Trees. Includes 17 pamphlets with its policies." They love to portray isolated incidents as company policies. I am sure some kid was told he could call it quits for the day once he used up the pamphlets. And Voila. Still, I thought it was amusing enough to share... I mean LOOK AT ALL THOSE TREES! :)
Thursday, October 30, 2008
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The EDITT Tower (“Ecological Design In The Tropics”) will be built in Singapore and will undoubtedly lure monsters from around the world to feast on its inhabitants and the crispy lettuce that surrounds them.