Thursday, July 10, 2008

use some common sense folks...

I didn't even realize these scam "gasoline additives that will improve your mileage" things were still going around. But in this era of $4/gallon gas, they clearly are.

Before you blow $40 on a little bottle of this miraculous product ask yourself - if this stuff works, why do you only hear about it in spam emails or on dubious websites? Why aren't the makers of this stuff mass marketing this and making big big bucks.

Answer: because they DON'T WORK.

The rule is simple: if it seems too good to be true, it probably is. Like "missile defense." Or "compassionate conservative."


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