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To Shatner, or not to Shatner, that is the question:  Whether its nobler in my life to to suffer glances and stares while earning outrageous fortunes.  Or to evade the sea of embarassment and by ignoring them still profit.  to Shatner, or not to Shatner, i ask, once more.

 

priceline apparently offers Shatner and non-Shatner versions of the card.  advice?

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LOL! :smileyvery-happy:

 

I have this card and opted for the non-Shatner-ed version. I don't think I could carry a card around that has William Shatner on it. But I'm sure it would get a lot of laughs.

 

The non-Shatner version looks very nice. 

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From a guy who misses his Hooters Master Card, I would say to Shatner!!

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I got the Shatner version which, in my opinion, is the next best thing to a metal black card :smileyhappy:


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It would be better if it was shatner as captain kirk xD
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pkosheta wrote:

To Shatner, or not to Shatner, that is the question:  Whether its nobler in my life to to suffer glances and stares while earning outrageous fortunes.  Or to evade the sea of embarassment and by ignoring them still profit.  to Shatner, or not to Shatner, i ask, once more.


Making one's fortune in life is pretty darn important, but it's *not* that important!  

 

Jokes aside, go with the Shatnerless one.  The card actually looks...er...kind of nice, in a light baby blue "Vegas" sort of way.

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pkosheta wrote:

To Shatner, or not to Shatner, that is the question:  Whether its nobler in my life to to suffer glances and stares while earning outrageous fortunes.  Or to evade the sea of embarassment and by ignoring them still profit.  to Shatner, or not to Shatner, i ask, once more.

 

priceline apparently offers Shatner and non-Shatner versions of the card.  advice?


I personally don't like Shatner on the card...


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I vote for the Shatner!!! :smileylol:

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I think it really depends. The shatner version is special as in its about the ONLY card you can find with someone's face printed on it. It's bound to make people laugh, so go for it if that's what you are trying.
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