Cyber Stiffy

Seriously, who in their right mind would do such a thing anyways?

It has to be one of the worst thought out sales schemes in history, except for the fact that I’m sure it works. If there is a simple, daily example that vindicates me in thinking so poorly of humanity, it’s not only that we live in a world where some cretin is mass-emailing advertisements for cock hardening pills, but that said cretin is most likely in business because some mental defective is willing to pay the charge.

I have a spam filter on one of my email accounts, and every indication would seem to point to its epic failure to stop crap from finding its way into my inbox. Worse yet, thanks to the wonders of wireless communications integration, I am bombarded wherever I am on my iPhone with “male performance enhancement” offers. Now I can curse spammers with eruptive pustulent doom for plying their ridiculously annoying trade no matter where I find myself. Joy!

I’m hardly a likely target for this kind of spam. I’m 34. I’m long enough unacquainted with the scent of a woman, let alone intimate congress with her naughtier bits, that any manner of erection is really just a cruel joke at my expense. Even were I to need the pill, what would I do with a pharmaceutically induced woody? Do your homework, dude. Know your market.

Icecubes to Inuit, these twits are selling.

More pressing, what kind of fool would buy pharmaceuticals, let alone pills that have anything to do with the big P, sight unseen from an Internet site? Medication of any sort is not the kind of thing I can imagine anyone in their right mind buying online, and yet there must be buyers if there are so many advertising sellers.

It’s a sad commentary, of sorts, on our supposed evolution in the age of technology that our purchasing habits have so altered as to place convenience and anonymity above safety and health. Anyone willing to buy medication from a website boasting a 70% discount is certainly thinking more with their wallet, and more concerned with not having to deal with a pharmacist face to face, than they are with whether or not the pills on question are of an appropriate quality or will do as advertised. We’ve got pills for anything that ails you, but little stomach for actually admitting openly that there is something that needs fixing.

That’s the niche into which Internet marketers of discount remedies have inserted themselves. Age of technology or not, someone’s always been willing to turn a buck on someone else’s shame any shyness.

I wonder what kind of incidence of actual complications or reactions there is for people purchasing pills online? I mean, how many poor saps have wallowed flaccid, or, conversely, staked a mast that just wouldn’t fade for days?I jest, and there are far more serious problems that could be named if the medication purchased did not do what it was intended to do, but the honest question is who audits and polices Internet medication pushers?

All I know is I’m so sick of the constant barrage of pointless spam advertising that I have caught myself fantasizing about tying one of the annoying spam distributing excrements to a chair and forcing them to down a bottle or two of their own wares. Poetic justice? Maybe not.

But at 70% off, it’s still a hell of a bargain.

I have a spam filter on one of my email accounts, and every indication would seem to point to its epic failure to stop crap from finding its way into my inbox. Worse yet, thanks to the wonders of wireless communications integration, I am bombarded wherever I am on my iPhone with “male performance enhancement” offers. Now I can curse spammers with eruptive pustulent doom for plying their ridiculously annoying trade no matter where I find myself. Joy!

I’m hardly a likely target for this kind of spam. I’m 34. I’m long enough unacquainted with the scent of a woman, let alone intimate congress with her naughtier bits, that any manner of erection is really just a cruel joke at my expense. Even were I to need the pill, what would I do with a pharmaceutically induced woody? Do your homework, dude. Know your market.

Icecubes to Inuit, these twits are selling.

More pressing, what kind of fool would buy pharmaceuticals, let alone pills that have anything to do with the big P, sight unseen from an Internet site? Medication of any sort is not the kind of thing I can imagine anyone in their right mind buying online, and yet there must be buyers if there are so many advertising sellers.

It’s a sad commentary, of sorts, on our supposed evolution in the age of technology that our purchasing habits have so altered as to place convenience and anonymity above safety and health. Anyone willing to buy medication from a website boasting a 70% discount is certainly thinking more with their wallet, and more concerned with not having to deal with a pharmacist face to face, than they are with whether or not the pills on question are of an appropriate quality or will do as advertised. We’ve got pills for anything that ails you, but little stomach for actually admitting openly that there is something that needs fixing.

That’s the niche into which Internet marketers of discount remedies have inserted themselves. Age of technology or not, someone’s always been willing to turn a buck on someone else’s shame any shyness.

I wonder what kind of incidence of actual complications or reactions there is for people purchasing pills online? I mean, how many poor saps have wallowed flaccid, or, conversely, staked a mast that just wouldn’t fade for days?I jest, and there are far more serious problems that could be named if the medication purchased did not do what it was intended to do, but the honest question is who audits and polices Internet medication pushers?

All I know is I’m so sick of the constant barrage of pointless spam advertising that I have caught myself fantasizing about tying one of the annoying spam distributing excrements to a chair and forcing them to down a bottle or two of their own wares. Poetic justice? Maybe not.

But at 70% off, it’s still a hell of a bargain.

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