I was recently made aware of an acquaintance falling for a scam known as an “Ion Cleanse” footbath. They actually visited a “clinic,” much like a salon or spa I would guess, where they paid FORTY DOLLARS to immerse their feet in a tub containing a contraption that would, they claimed, remove toxins through the …
On the 150th anniversary of Charles Darwin’s “On the Origin of Species” the community of science and reason takes another kick in the face, and simple-minded fundamentalists celebrate their ignorance. Ah, only in godless world.
A woman claimed The Secret, and the laws of attraction got her a slot as a contestant on Who Wants to Be A Millionaire. Too bad magical thinking didn’t bring her the right answers. She only won $1,000.
In the current real estate slump, many homeowners and even some good intentioned, yet misled, realtors are turning to superstition to help sell homes. Namely, burying a St. Joseph Statue in the yard. There are even kits available online. It’s baloney!
Delusional, or maybe crafty woman looking for fame and potential big money on Ebay, sees the letters G-o-D in her Salami. Actually looks more like a G-o-O if you ask me. If the lady believes this she’s an utter moron. If anyone believes this they’re an utter moron. There’s this thing called “a clue.” Get one.