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- 07-06-2010, 02:47 PM #3
- 07-06-2010, 02:48 PM #4
- 4,265 Posts
Oh man are these things still around? I thought they went the way of the Analog DoDo.
Don't waste your $2. Buy a scratch off lottery ticket instead, you'll get the thrill of anticipation for a minute and still be $2 lighter.Some say that his dormant chips were left that way for YOUR SAFETY... Others say that once "turned on," he can not be turned off... All we know is... He's called The Stig.
- 07-06-2010, 03:05 PM #5
- 07-06-2010, 05:22 PM #6
- 07-06-2010, 05:29 PM #7
W00t w00t gotta love the Twit network. Really nice shows mainly with stuff I've already read about but none the less interesting.
This Week in Tech
This Week in Google
This Week in Computer Hardware
Gotta love em!The Storm has cleared to an Incredible day! I ate an IceCream Sandwhich. Still needed JellyBeans. ;-)NEXUS!!!!!!
- 07-06-2010, 06:38 PM #8
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I'll make this very simple:
Based on my testing, and the antenna theory as presented by the experts, cellphone antenna booster stickers do not work as advertised.
Based on their marketing techniques, including the imaginary or unverifiable "experts" stating they work, it's my belief antenna booster stickers are a scam.
It's these pervasive small scams that really get me upset. They sneak in under the radar. They're cheap and unobtrusive enough to insinuate themselves everywhere. Having a society where one can sell almost anything (without any proper verification of claims) gives an undeserved level of legitimacy.
In this case, the claims are far too good to be true. But the sad fact is that enough people are buying these types of products to keep companies successful for years.
Save your money.Some say that his dormant chips were left that way for YOUR SAFETY... Others say that once "turned on," he can not be turned off... All we know is... He's called The Stig.