In 1973, a woman could not get a credit card without her husband or father or a male signing off on it.
When I turned fifteen, I remember my father gave me a credit card which I was allowed to use for two things: emergencies and books.
I'm a neurotic Jew who doesn't want loans. I can't even carry a balance on my credit card without having a nervous breakdown.
Whenever I've been well-known or hitting the press, I've always had to get my credit card out to prove I'm Damien Hirst.
Web sites are designed to keep young people from using the keyboard, except to enter in their parents' credit card information.
I very rarely use a credit card, but I do if I know I have big bills coming and I need to stagger payment.
Making a big Hollywood film that really affects people is as hard as making a small movie on a credit card.
Credit card issuers and HELOC lenders are like fair-weather friends: They cozy up to you in good times, but when the economy heads south, they abandon you faster than Usain Bolt runs the 100 meters.
There are lots of families who - who make irresponsible purchases. There are also a lot of families who have debt on credit cards because they use those credit cards to pay for medical bills.
I don't get much sense of reward from having discovered how to get the Foo card to coexist with the Bar card.
I don't shop online. I'm always scared to put my credit card on the Internet!
Credit card companies pay college students generously to stand outside dining halls, dorms, and academic buildings and encourage their fellow students to apply for credit cards.
I can read the Tarot cards and believe in ghosts.
Life may not have dealt you a great set of cards... but who says the one with better cards will win?
Why don't we call on the credit card companies to be accountable? They need to be held accountable for their predatory lending practices.
Increasingly, editing means going to lunch. It means editing with a credit card, not with a pencil.
Typically, students slide into debt through the extension (by credit card companies) of unaffordable credit lines.
When I was a postdoc, I jotted every fresh thought on a three-by-five card and kept them in a card catalogue.
You have a song, and people know it. It's like a calling card for you.
You could call me a 'card-carrying feminist,' if there were a card to carry.
My friend Paul Ryan talks about fiscal responsibility, but voted to put two wars on a credit card.