Monday, June 26, 2006

Last night, whilst waiting for the next world cup match to kick-off, I stumbled into the world of magnets. I honestly don't think there are enough tin-foil hats in the whole world to cater for the quantity of fuckwits there seem to be out there.

Magnets can make you live forever!!!!! OMFG!!1!
For only $36 these clowns will sell you a bit of plastic with some magnets in it that will allow you to implode your own super-dooper magic water. For some reason they don't accept returns or offer refunds of any sort, I wonder why? I thought this was a total scam until I noticed that they use some homeopathic substances. Everyone knows how reputable homeopathy is, it isn't just expensive bottles of distilled water.
This site is pure comedy gold. If his immortality magnets are half as good as his text formatting then sign me up. At only $26 this is a real bargain.
He seems to have some sort of pyramid selling scheme going on as well, but that might just be because the FDA are trying to stop him from getting his message out there. It's because of the global conspiracy though, not because he's a shit peddling scammer.
The real highlights are the testimonial from mega memory man Kevin Truduae and the part that says you should check with your doctor before using this product if you have a heart condition. So these magnets can cure you or everything and make you live forever, except for heart conditions? What an odd limitation.

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There are plenty of companies out there that have designed perpetual motion magnet engines. They are happy to take your investment dollars but for some reason they never seem to have a completed product. Could it be a scam? No or course not, it's the new world order and the oil companies keeping this fantastic technology from hitting the shelves.

If you'd prefer to build your own why not buy some of these bargain priced plans. Only $19.95 and they're guaranteed to work.

Perpetual motion exists mang!!!!1!!

I'm not sure which is worse, the people who try to bilk folk out of their savings with their 'investment opportunities' in perpetual motion machines or the fuckwit hobbyists who think they can really build one of these. The idiots will believe almost anything, except logic and provable physics, anyone that posts some common sense is labeled a hater and a puppet of the oil companies and the establishment. With no proof at all they will believe that magnets can create unlimited power and the new world order has killed or bought off everyone who has ever built one of these machines. They also seem to think that the oil companies would never let this technology reach the public, even though you can go and buy an electric car.

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  • You're an angry man aren't you? :)

    By Anonymous Finch, at 28 June 2006 at 7:02 pm  

  • What gave it away?

    By Blogger Flit, at 29 June 2006 at 4:47 am  

  • is brilliant - I particularly love "Only Alex Chiu has the solution to a unified world, unless you can think of a better one". Damn that FDA, always standing in the way of progress. Chiu is obviously going to be up for several Nobel prizes over the next few years.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6 July 2006 at 8:57 pm  

  • The most disturbing thing is that I could see my dad buying a set of those magnets. He already has one of those magnetic underblankets on his bed.

    By Blogger Flit, at 7 July 2006 at 12:11 am  

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