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The other night I was sitting in front of the television watching a late night show when a commercial break came on I instinctively clicked on the remote to flip through the channels to see what else was on As I surfed through the channels I came across dozens of infomercials a commercial for getting a college degree at home and a few psychic hotline advertisements I stopped clicking the remote after a while to see what the commercials were selling and to see how cheep the products were There were advertisements for how to get a better body the fountain of youth make-up and the charcoal-less grill It is amazing what they come up with nowadays As I continued surfing I came across Sally Struthers trying to sell an earn your college degree at home commercial honestly how good can that kind of degree be Then as I kept flipping I came across the psychic network of friends advertisement just as they were offering a free psychic reading to first time callers all that was required was that a certain 1-800 number be dialed and a person could get a reading Then to show that the reading was accurate they had people come on and say that their experience with the psychic was life changing and that it was so realthe psychic knew everything It is amazing what people will fall for in this day and age Infomercials are basically half hour commercials that attempt to sell products to watchers The products that most info-mercials offer are things that are said to improve someones life but in most cases the products are rip-offs and are an easy way for the manufacturers to make money Some of the products include the AB-flex a simple rocking seat that is supposed to hold this unearthly power to flatten a persons stomach The AB-flex guarantees to make it easier to develop stomach muscles without the assistance
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