Friday, April 9

Don't Believe Everything You Read

A library could have been built if all quick trim reviews were gathered and bound into books. The multitude of praises and proofs of efficiency overwhelms the mind that it tends to cave in and accept the authenticity of the next review that presents believable statistics. The truth of the product's efficiency is only revealed once the consumer has tried it and experienced the supposedly 'unbelievable' results.

This, in effect, is a trial and error process. The expected help that quick trim reviews should have provided is now as inefficient as placebo trials. They are only good for experimentation, and not for actual application. Nothing good will come out of it.

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