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My wife just found this and well, I was surprised I didn't already know about it. If anyone's looking for a new credit card, who knows, maybe a possibility. Not ...
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    What?! A linux foundation Visa Card???


    My wife just found this and well, I was surprised I didn't already know about it. If anyone's looking for a new credit card, who knows, maybe a possibility. Not advertising, just thought it was a cool idea. Unfortunately I have no need/want for a credit card right now but it's being bookmarked for potential future needs.


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    Yes, it was mentioned on the forums a while back:

    http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/cof...rd-anyone.html

    Thanks for the reminder.
    oz

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    Yeah, I remember when this came out, but I'm with you - no need for YACC (Yet Another Credit Card), though it is cool. I currently pimp my OS via ThinkGeek swag.

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