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artessa wrote:Well well, it’s been quite a while since I have passed by this site and I believe it is time I tell something.
"I really have nothing to say, but we've been getting too many negative comments here without some kind of non-response. So here goes."
I have long ago made the conclusion that it is no idea to try to convince someone that the pill might save fuel if he is determined it is not possible and since I don’t have any 100% proof for my opinion I choose not to argue about this.
"I know that I have no proof at all that this snake oil works. SO STOP ASKING, WILL YA? Proof, shmoof. SEND ME MONEY."
By the way, I have got another indirect method of getting an indicator of certain efficiency from the pill by a pleased costumer.
"So instead of proof, how about another meaningless anecdote?"
[Snip meaningless anecdote.]
By the way, it is a sad story that rumours about presentation dates of supposed test are flourishing,
"Yeah, it really is a shame that folks like this bozo 'artessa' write things like 'it could be interesting to inform that The Canadian Competition Bureau is about to carry out official testing before approving this business', on this very forum, six months ago, then nothing ever happens. But, if we didn't write this stuff, we couldn't write anything at all. Except, of course, what counts most - 'SEND ME MONEY.'"
they make more harm than good but I have a vague idea that the reason for this is that cars reacts so widely different to the pills so it becomes difficult to make a single report.
"The idiots we hire don't even know what an 'average' is."
I do believe that there are some cars that actually does not produce a saving better then 5% and I also know that there are others that achieves figures above the 14% level.
"And, since I
believe it, SEND ME MONEY."