Is it really necessary that fine print has to be so fine? I have often wondered if the reason why such type is so small is so that none of us actually read it. Whatever the case, as I’m getting a little bit older (note: I said a little bit, not a lot), I’m beginning to notice that fine print is even smaller than it was before. Not sure if this is some international conspiracy of sorts on the part of the credit card companies or if it’s time I started having annual eye exams instead of visiting the ophthalmologist every other year. In the meantime, while I’m waiting for my next appointment with the eye doctor, I’m perfectly content with my pro-reader bookmark/ruler/magnifier. I can easily read any type that looks too small, which means I’m on to those credit card companies! Plus, my page is nicely marked in the latest bestseller that I’m reading. Finally, the red, white, and blue tassel shows my American spirit every day of the year and is just so darn cute. Oh, I almost forgot to mention that if I need to measure anything or draw a straight edge, the product is a ruler as well. It’s a promotion that offers a lot of features at a sweet and sassy price.