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   Posted 12/29/2009 10:50 AM (GMT -7)   
We were watching tv last night: "strange rituals."  It was about enduring pain.  These people were doing crazy stuff.  I will not go into it because it was quite disturbing.  But the commercial was even more disturbing.  Some guy comes on and says, "hi, I am so and so and I am a medical doctor and I invented this mouth spray that will take all of your pain away.  It works for arthritis, fibromyalgia, etc etc etc."   Sheesh

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   Posted 12/29/2009 10:54 AM (GMT -7)   
Yeah, I've seen that guy too.  I think he says he's Dr. Frank.  LOL  Now, let's face it.  If this worked, it would be all over the news.  He's been hawking that for quite a few years.  ~Sherrine shaking her head back and forth~  Anything to make a buck.
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   Posted 12/29/2009 10:57 AM (GMT -7)   
People will buy and use it. And then wonder why they have these weird sores in their mouths, or w/e nastiness happens.

I should get a medical license online and then get a commercial saying I invented a cream that cures everything. And mail out aloe. I'd be a millionaire.
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   Posted 12/29/2009 11:18 AM (GMT -7)   
I am embarassed to say that I bought that Dr. Franks stuff for my poor arthritic dogs.  The ingedients are: distilled water, glycerine, sulpher, calcarea, caustium, rhus toxicodenron and a bunch of other crap with no vowels in the words.  It did absolutley nothing for my dogs...and I looked up the human version on the Internet and they are the same ingredients. (I even sprayed some in my mouth for a week as it was the same for humans and it did nothing except make my tongue burn.)
Might as well go outside, look at Venus, twist your left leg towards the big dipper and sing Swanne River three times while swinging your arms counter clockwise.  It wouldn't hurt to eat a nice ham and swiss on rye while doing this.
Oh, the humanity!
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   Posted 12/29/2009 11:47 AM (GMT -7)   
I have heard of this spray, and some people in my family actually told me I should try to get some. I am thinking to myself, how can this be legit? If it were, surely my doctor would have mentioned it. It's ridiculous what people can come up with. I wonder if he is even a real doctor.
Amaristo, I loved your idea about getting a medical license online and them sending out an aloe cream claiming it cures everything. That is hilarious. LOL.
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   Posted 12/29/2009 1:22 PM (GMT -7)   
There is a sucker born every minute. It's the curiosity that makes people go broke. They think what if it's true?? With anything for sale. Some things are really great. You can sell anything and people will buy it. If there is no money back on something, I'd never buy it.

When my husband was a teenager, way, way back, he ordered a product "guaranteed to kill mosquitos on contact". There was no other description of the product in the catalog, just an address, no money back either. He was always eaten alive by the critters in the summer so he thought this was a sure thing. He sent away for it and when he got it, it was a wooden stick, more like a small square block of wood. THat was it. And, the ad was correct, if you hit a mosquito with that block of wood it would kill it on contact, but it left out that it was just a block of wood. He learned to never send away for any of these type or products, he wants his money back if not satisfied.
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