Archive for August 20th, 2011
The P.T. Barnum Award goes monthly to the most outrageous email WC receives proving Barnum was right, that a sucker is born every minute. This email requires repeal of the laws of thermodynamics and the utter suspension of credulity. And spelling, And grammar. Surely not too great a task for some.
[Note: you follow the links in messages like this at your peril. WC will not be responsible if you infect your computer with ghastly forms of malware by following these links.]
Can Water Really Power an Engine?
Im sure you already found out the rumours that water might be used to power up a car…
It sounds extremely promissing. But is it true?
Well, I just found out about a website that actually gives you the instructions on how to do this yourself:
I read the website, watched the videos, and boy…this stuff really got me all curious. It seems there are already 10,000s of people who are actually using a device like this.
Anyway, I went ahead and bought their package. I couldnt resisted… It sounds too good to be true, yet if this turns out to be real, then this is BIG.
Im so enthusiasted about this, that I thought to just send you a link so you get to see it for yourself:
To check out this opportunity, please visit:
To bigger gas savings,
PS: there are many voices that say that this is not working. But I figured that they have a 60-day guarantee, so I might as well give it a shot.
Note for pedants and other scholars: WC is aware that Phineas Taylor Barnum probably never said, “There’s a sucker born every minute.” WC is also aware of the impressive scholarship devoted to tracking down the real source of the quote. None of which stops WC from calling this the P. T. Barnum Award.