Lori and I just watched an episode of "Without a Trace." At the end of the episode, a credit card flashed up with the Warner Bros. shield and it had a little ribbon on it that read "50 years of Quality."
Now, everyone on the planet knows that I used to work for Warner Bros. While I was working there, they were celebrating 75 years.
Which means... was their first 25 years crap? Or did some auditor come to the conclusion that 1/3 of everything Warner Bros. has done has been crap? Because if that's the case, that's a really lowball estimate.
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