Truth in Advertising?
Perhaps we should all be wise enough to realize that truth in advertising is pretty much a falsehood. Or as that great sage, Mike Brady, once said "caveat emptor...let the buyer beware." (If you will recall, Greg had just purchased a clunker of a car.) We ALL have gotten sucked into some foolish purchase at one point or another. Commercials and infomercials lure us in. Some of them are actually quite entertaining, if not completely truthful. I know I was sucked in to the Lori Davis hair care products when I was younger (which in hindsight were pretty good). I bought one of those little fans that was supposed to cool your car. (Here's a shocker: it DIDN'T!) More recently I purchased an Angry Mama. (Which I have yet to use...but I do have to say that she bares a remarkable resemblance to me.) I'm not always a buyer, but I am a listener to early morning radio when I walk. There is one car commercial that play constantly that irks me. (Note; I am