Protect yourselves from psychotronic attacks!
Darkchilde wrote:Facebook ads are sometimes among the most hilarious. Today it gave me an ad for QuWave a gadget that protects against electronic harassment, psychotronic and psychic attacks. No need for a tin foil hat anymore! You can have a new QuWave Defender and all your psychic etc. problems will disappear!
There are 3 models, the most powerful of which costs a mere $499!
Oh man, this is most hilarious... Solfeggio frequencies. This was my LOL of the day. How can people believe all that shit?
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.. no shit.Information may contain technical inaccuracies
Rhubis wrote:One of the testimonials for this is a guy claiming that since he bought the QuWave defender he hasn't been hearing voices in his head... I'm not sure what to make of that.
Darkchilde wrote:Rhubis wrote:One of the testimonials for this is a guy claiming that since he bought the QuWave defender he hasn't been hearing voices in his head... I'm not sure what to make of that.
There are 2 explanations I can think of. One is that the guy is just acting, a number of actors do these kinds of advertisements to help pay the rent. Or the guy went to his doctor and is taking his medicine, so he is not hearing any voices any more.
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