It’s my time of the month over at The Nudge Wink Report. Even though I can’t manage to write anything on my own blog, I try to appease my boss over at NWR, because, you know, she’s my boss and all. Let’s all wish her a speedy recovery from the headaches I give her.
In a recent FTC ruling, people who bought caffeine-infused under-garments in hopes of losing weight will soon be getting their money back. It seems that two different companies sold these jittery Jockey shorts and bilked people out of a million bucks or so. Much to the disappointment of these shoppers, wearing tightey-whiteys with more buzz in them than a case of Jolt Cola won’t actually melt the pounds away.
The legal community would have us believe that this action has identified the wrong doers and punished them. The innocent victims of the greedy scams will be reimbursed and everything will once again be right with the world. What they don’t tell us is that with an extra fifty bucks squeezed back into their tight pants pockets, these folks are free to buy a case of Hostess Ho Ho’s, a couple of …
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