This morning briganski and I met with a potential web client, United Prosthetics. I knew there was something about that name, but I couldn't quite put my finger on it at the time. Anyhow, we met with the guy in charge. We told him that establishing his presence on the web would help him to get a leg up on the competition. We said that, without going out on a limb, we felt we offered hands-down the best combination of quality and affordability. He was concerned about having to foot the bill for this project, but we ensured him that we would not charge him an arm and a leg. Next up is for us to put together a proposal and send it to him as an attachment.
[Okay, we didn't actually say all that. We (mostly) resisted the urge. But my puns need an outlet, so I inflict them on you.]