I couldn't believe the amount of lying!
False advertising is reportable to consumer agencies.
What? No. Well--there was that too. Anti-aging cream? There weren't any time-reversal properties in any of those containers. The brand names of some of the bottled water I saw implied purity and freshness and natural geographical formations that were irrelevant to the reality of the product. To imply that a phone is sexy is to imply that that's where baby phones come from. The pictures of the food look very little like what's being sold in the same restaurant . . . but, no, that's not what I meant. I was talking about the customers.
They lied about ability to buy?
Wh-- Um . . . yeah, I saw that too. I even saw people claiming they COULD afford things that they couldn't. That's not what I meant either.
People claimed they were window shopping. I saw it over and over again. NONE OF THEM WERE LOOKING AT THE WINDOWS.
Predicted this and asked Herr D to prepare a picture. [simultaneous upload of picture and neuralink burst to Hairy explaining term 'window shopping.']
|"Window Shopping" by Herr D on heromachine.com. Doesn't resemble any suitbots.|