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(Slashdot)   If you've taken to drinking 'magic dirt' as a health supplement, you're gonna need to find a new source for your beverage of choice   (tech.slashdot.org) divider line
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2021-12-06 9:19:40 AM  
Put more simply, the product is dirt - four-and-a-half ounces of it, sealed in a sleek black plastic baggie and sold for $110 plus shipping.


...Um, I will happily sell you a five ounce baggie of dirt for $100 plus shipping.
 
2021-12-06 11:03:05 AM  
This should be front fark page. There was already an article on this.
They probably should also do something about that landfill that is apparently a leaking Superfund site
 
2021-12-06 11:24:41 AM  
I especially enjoy that the dirt, which was advertised as a means to remove toxic heavy metals, contained toxic levels of heavy metals.
 
2021-12-06 11:27:09 AM  

Martian_Astronomer: Put more simply, the product is dirt - four-and-a-half ounces of it, sealed in a sleek black plastic baggie and sold for $110 plus shipping.


...Um, I will happily sell you a five ounce baggie of dirt for $100 plus shipping.


I've been over this on another thread. You don't compete on price, everyone loses that way.

You want to double the price, for less dirt, but a better dirt. A dirt that Donald Trump has personally walked over and blessed with his anti covid presence.
 
2021-12-06 11:45:39 AM  
Improves brain function? Dude, you're eating dirt.
 
2021-12-06 11:46:47 AM  

TofuTheAlmighty: I especially enjoy that the dirt, which was advertised as a means to remove toxic heavy metals, contained toxic levels of heavy metals.


they just wanted to be sure there were some to be removed, in case you were free of toxic metals before

otherwise they might get sued for false advertising
 
2021-12-06 11:50:35 AM  
Wash that $110 dirt down with a $50 bottle of ArKay alcohol free Vodak.

Next!
 
2021-12-06 11:55:11 AM  
So many people really are incredibly stupid. And I'm talking here in America, the land of supposedly well-educated, informed people.

And my dumb ethics and just common decency make it hard for me to leverage that for my own benefit, goddammitsomuch.
 
2021-12-06 12:09:02 PM  
We'll, that's really dishing the dirt.
 
2021-12-06 12:57:34 PM  

Smelly Pirate Hooker: So many people really are incredibly stupid. And I'm talking here in America, the land of supposedly well-educated, informed people.



Think of how dumb the average person is.  Now, realize that half the population is even dumberer!

/Pica pica pica-chew
 
2021-12-06 1:22:42 PM  
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2021-12-06 1:28:23 PM  

TofuTheAlmighty: I especially enjoy that the dirt, which was advertised as a means to remove toxic heavy metals, contained toxic levels of heavy metals.


Oh the IRONy

/yes, I know iron is not a toxic heavy metal, but it was too obvious
 
Ant
2021-12-06 1:30:22 PM  

TofuTheAlmighty: I especially enjoy that the dirt, which was advertised as a means to remove toxic heavy metals, contained toxic levels of heavy metals.


Maybe it's homeopathic. Like cures like?
 
2021-12-06 2:01:56 PM  
If someone isn't laughing their ass out if alignment every time they get someone to eat dirt, f*ck this works and everything on it.
 
2021-12-06 2:10:38 PM  

red5ish: Improves brain function? Dude, you're eating dirt.


Well I mean if your at the point where you think eating dirt will improve brain function you're probably bottomed out as it is.
 
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