reply to post by NotApplicable
Don't forget the adds you get in your email that try to get you to buy stuff that supposedly makes your penis 50% larger.
Originally posted by WeRpeons
Beware of those inkjet printers that claim you'll spend less for ink. The ink cartridges just hold less ink, that's why they cost less. Corporations are always trying to rip-off the consumer. I always thought there were laws to keep advertisers honest to protect the consumer. Have we lost that right too?
The TV infomercials are all scams. They offer a free supply of products but they charge you shipping and handling that cost as much as the product itself. The main product never works the way it does on TV.
Shouldn't congress start passing laws to protect the consumer?
Originally posted by NotApplicable
reply to post by lonewolf19792000
Right haha, are you speaking from experience? You don't have to answer that, but I've always heard the only way to gain an inch or two is surgery and there is no "magic" pill for that. I've never experimented with any of the pills and do not plan on getting surgery as I am content the way I am.
Originally posted by pa.Frost
reply to post by AaronWilson
metals are rocks. different textures/properties/melting point, etc... A case can be made that water is a rock/metal because it has a low melting point(33 degrees F). If humans were somehow not hurt by cold weather, I am rather certain H2O would be looked at as a rock/mineral rather than how we currently perceive it...
H2O can also be a gas...
Originally posted by VictorVonDoomI've always wondered about reverse mortgages,whats the catch with those?
I'd like to add one potential scam that hasn't been mentioned here yet:
Does anyone here not think it's a rip-off just waiting to be exposed?
Originally posted by pa.Frost
reply to post by bowtomonkey
I am sorry(Honestly. My thoughts aren't understood sometimes from lack of knowledge of certain things.).
I wasn't trying to twist anything, but, say for instance the whole planet was cold but we didn't feel pain from low temps... would not ice be like a rock? we could melt it down into things and let it "freeze" into certain forms. We could even put food coloring into it then make slats and build a fence. See the strange point I was trying to make? Just think about it for a second. I know it is not a hypothetical situation, it is impossible to live on such a cold planet, but I am just trying to open up a mind or two... not replace laws of science and elements.
Fake diamonds look just like real ones to me. I don't like either personally. I don't understand the attraction of rare shiny things. Life is rare, and I appreciate it. No money can buy me off of that.
One question though... does not mercury "freeze" at a certain temp as well? I quote the word freeze because I am trying to separate the human feeling of cold(i.e., "it's freezing outside!") from the word solidify... but you already knew that. Heh!
I'm dumb as hell... I just hope my confusion doesn't anger anybody.edit on 6/8/2012 by pa.Frost because: (no reason given)