Sunday, September 12, 2010

Deepak Chopra! Welcome to my advertisers!

I saw an ad on my blog that clicked through to this.  Mmm...tasty woo-filled gooy spiritual hucksterism.  If you see the ad, folks, I'm sure you know exactly what to do.


Kyle said...

Oh yea, CHOPRA! When I see him on CNN now, I just shake my head and wonder why people buy his crap. Hey, btw, these were the ones that just popped up on your blog for me.

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Those are some winners there. so sad really, these hucksters get so much attention and money, but at the end of the day, never truly make a difference.

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