In my short time on this Earth, I’ve had very few interactions with business cards. I can only remember one time when someone actually handed me their business card. It was at the UFC Expo in Boston, this was four years ago in 2010. I went to the expo with no shirt on and “Just Bleed” painted on my chest. I had many people come up to me during this expo, fighters and fans alike. There was this one gentleman who was working at some booth for some company, he didn’t know what my chest was referring to, he then offered me money to paint whatever company he was working for on his chest. I politely asked for his business card and said I’ll think about it, as I didn’t want to explain the origin story of “Just Bleed” because he clearly wasn’t interested. That was the last time I got a business card and it was memorable but not because of the business card itself, because the man who gave me this card was clearly attempting to cash in on the MMA boom.
If on the other hand that man handed me business card that played Tetris, I’d first hope it was Fedor because you know, Tetris being made in Russia and all. Then I would continue to paint whatever thing I needed to shill for them to get more of these business cards.