That’s what I’m talking about. Finally, a good purpose for a business card. Meatcards.com is protyping the things now, and is rushing to bring them to production. I can’t wait.
Who would turn down a beef jerky business card?
“Can I give you my card?”
“No, I’ll just find you on Facebook.”
“But, it’s beef jerky.”
“Heck yes! I’ll take two and give one to a friend.”
My Inner Marketer just turned cartwheels.
Think about the multitude of applications. Beef jerky gospel literature, for one. In these days when passersby crumple up tracts and fling them to earth in disgust, I say switch over to beef jerky tracts. Christopher Hitchens would claw past Richard Dawkins to get one first.
They use a laser to produce the text. Beef jerky gospel tracts give new meaning to “burnt offering.”
I hear angel choirs singing.
I’m asking my publisher if my next book can have a beef jerky cover. [Four Letter Words… sign up for the newsletter, and I’ll notify you when it’s out] Imagine the crowds clamoring for that one. I’ll be a best seller on the New York Times AND William-Sonoma AND Bassmasters at the same time.
And who wouldn’t want a beef jerky postcard, a beef jerky menu, a beef jerky receipt at the gas pump, and a beef jerky napkin with your Big Mac?
Oh, to be alive at such a time as this!