| Fake DIY videos |
Sometimes I fall into the trap of watching videos that claim to teach you some great thing that saves you a ton of money, they go on and on and never get to the thing that brought you there in the first place.
There is one that tells me that I can revive dead batteries back to new at no cost and it is very simple. Car batteries, laptop batteries, Double A's, tripple A's, C batteries, batteries for your electronics, batteries for your toothbrush, batteries for your cameras batteries for your etc...etc...and John Smith of Cincinnati, Ohio is doing it, Marsha Jones of Miami, Florida is doing it, then there's Bill Wuthersby of Glasgow, Scotland, Pierre Thibot of Garches, France, and M'butu Click-click from Thabala, Botswana...etc...and they go on and on for half an hour and still don't tell you how to do it...
Why do people waste their time making these videos? Are they hacking my computer, giving me a virus? Maybe they are brainwashing me with subliminal suggestions, I don't know, but why? Can someone please tell me why?