Originally Posted by Jkpz28
I never understood the quest to disprove peoples happiness with something whether it be real or imagined. If he thinks it works and feels that it works then by God to him it works. Is it that hard to understand. Why are people so concerened with others and go through research and links and posts just to prove that what you think is helping really isnt and want you to disbelieve in the product too.
Let it go. It works it doesnt work who cares. Noone is being forced to buy or do anything.
Because it doesn't
work, and many companies charge outrageous sums of money and promise things they can't deliver.
Researching and fact checking things like this is extremely important. Think about psychic mediums, for instance- people pay huge sums of money to be cold read and often make serious life decisions based on nothing more than fancy guesswork. That's dangerous
, or at the very least dirty pool.
In the case of these bracelets, I just don't like that companies are charging lots of money for a rubber bracelet and a bunch of lies. If you want to say, "here's a cool looking piece of rubber jewelry for $20", that's totally fine. Saying, "this piece of rubber and nickel will make you feel exponentially better if you wear it on your wrist! Only $20!" is wrong and people need to speak up.