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Windows? Bic pens? Microsoft Office? Tide? Coca-Cola? Et al . . ..
The list goes on, of numerical and dollar counts that I'd wager meet the judge's criteria and exceed much of this list.
The list reminds me of those articles that suggest the authors have - surprise! - something to sell.
Would you lonely hearts people PLEASE go away? Do you seriously think any of us read your junk posts?
Some of these are bonafide, others are definitely NOT, making this article flakey! The Star Wars movie series was not a "product". And Lipitor? Really?? Big Pharma and their stockholders cash in on price gouging "products" that are REQUIRED to combat disease and health problems. How wonderful it would be if diabetics had the same freedom of choice to purchase insulin like a Rubik's Cube! Pharma has the U.S. by the short ones.
I think these are supposed to be the best-selling products in the listed categories, not the best-selling products ever.
I think I'll invent a device that can fix msn headlines, as this seems to be a huge problem. I will call it "Decent Editor". The device will read the article, check for spelling and grammar mistakes, assess the content, and then write headlines that aren't so pointlessly sensationalist. Eye-catching, but not misleading. I tested it just now and it came up with the headline "Some of the Best-Selling Products Ever"
Want to know how to get to the bottom of an MSN article if your scroll ball is broken?
Just click SPAM on all the junk posts and before you know it you're at the bottom.
Try it - it REALLY works!
.....What about Coca Cola and Levi's Strauss? computers?water?shoes? this list is the author's 10 best products ...
This list must have been put together by an 18 year old. What about Kool-aid, Coca-cola, hula hoops, VW bugs, princess phones, transitor radios, TV's for God's sake, Do any writers on MSN have a sense of history? There are a few of us out there who are over 25!
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