Tuesday, May 12, 2020
I have three questions for Chuck Woolery as well (or More fun from the United States Money Reserve of non-Money)
1. "What's the United States Money Reserve, and why did it intentionally choose a name designed to con the soft-headed into believing that it's an official branch of the US Government?" (Connected question: Why is the fact that it's NOT connected to the US Government presented in a font impossible to read unless one has a tv screen the size of a football field?)
2. "The current price of gold is just over $1750 per ounce. Why would anyone pay $189 for one-tenth of an ounce of gold (plus shipping and handling) from the company you're pimping for? Because it looks pretty? Because it looks like a coin (but isn't?)
3. "What are you doing in this ad? Joe Namath beat you out for the gig pimping non-Medicare old age 'insurance?' Decide that you weren't doing anything with your soul so you might as well sell it to the highest bidder? What?"