It's great for Pink's Hot Dogs. Pink's is an institution in L.A.. It's world famous. I've been there lotsa times. I think Fixer has even been there. One reason: absolutely great hot dogs. The sidewalk ambience is pretty good too. It's a fun place to go.
Here's the three foot deep swamp of pig shit: Pink's has been where it is, with other locations now, for 70 years. Back in the day, Bank of America was a California-only bank owned by the Giannini family, whose patriarch founded it in San Francisco as the Bank of Italy in 1904. The name was changed in 1922 and again in 1930.
When the banking rules were changed under Reagan is when B of A was able to operate outside California and became the 5th largest criminal enterprise in banking it is today. They're trying to pass it off as though today's version was responsible for Pink's and they're still a small business and family friendly neighborhood bank.
Bullshit. Far from it.
They're doing the exact same thing about an enterprise up in Washington, a grocery store chain started after WWII by a returned Japanese-American concentration camp internee. Whatever in-state bank that made that loan was acquired by B of A after Reagan started us down the yellow brick road to ruin.
B of A is claiming credit for startup loans they didn't even make.
When I researched this, I discovered more B of A ads than you can shake a stick at, all trying to convince us they're a force for good and we should love them for the royal screwing they've been giving us for years.
I gotta go wash B of A chickenshit off.