“Raised lettering, pale nimbus”: business cards via Bret Easton Ellis

In a laugh-out-loud tweet this morning, Globe and Mail online politics guy Stephen Wicary (@wicary) made the jump from this to a classic scene in American Psycho, Bret Easton Ellis‘ satire on the shallowness of the 1980s, in which a bunch of Wall Street sharpies compare their business cards.

The scene, as rendered in the Christian Bale film, just for posterity:

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