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Old March 18th, 2017, 05:20 AM   #1
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Trump's Brain Strenghtener

Found this in my SPAM today. It's hilarious!

Donald Trump with Dr. Oz: "This tiny pill gives me the mental and physical stamina that will win me this erection....err, I mean election."

Donald Trump appeared on the Dr. Oz show last week revealing a supplement, usually reserved for the rich and elite, while he credits his ability to maintain 'high energy' and focus on the campaign trail. (LMAO--who writes this stuff?) (Can you believe the typos and grammatical errors.....aren't these people taking the pill?)
Donald Trump credits his ability to function and maintained focused on such a high level to a certain set of "smart drugs" that enhance cognitive brain function and neural connectivity, while strengthening the prefrontal cortex and boosting memory and recall. (YEAH--because his recall has been sooo outstanding.)

This gets better....hang on and you'll find out the Kanye West connection.

Donald Trump and Dr. Oz both agreed today that emerging 'genius pills', such as Formula Focus can change your physical and mental stamina incomparably to other products on the market. (INCOMPARABLY??)

Not only does Trump utilize this supplement -- athletes like Tom Brady to musicians like Kanye West have nothing but praise for the brain booster, which doubles IQ, skyrockets energy levels and connects areas of the brain not previously connected........(AND GOD knows we all want to be like Kanye West)

DOUBLES YOUR IQ. WOWZAAAA....not sure about that but totally sure the the Formula Focus failed to connect areas of Trump's brain, not previously connected. OH HECK. You can't have it all.

Well, I've gotta run. Must get to Safeway and find that Formula Focus ASAP.

Forbes - Formula Focus
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Fake news but then who's surprised?

If the link above is followed, it leads to a "Forbes" website, only, it doesn't. It leads to a fake Forbes website. Look at the web address:
Forbes - Formula Focus
"Forbes" isn't in that web address. And reading up on Formula Focus and other "nootropic" supplements, they're all bogus. The "web wars" over these products means most of the "reviews" are either one-star or five-stars. That's a hell of a giveaway.
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I think a cease and desist letter will be in the mail soon.
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Old March 18th, 2017, 09:11 AM   #4
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I think a cease and desist letter will be in the mail soon.
CogniMaxx XL also claims Trump takes it.
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Old March 18th, 2017, 09:55 AM   #5
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Fake news but then who's surprised?

If the link above is followed, it leads to a "Forbes" website, only, it doesn't. It leads to a fake Forbes website. Look at the web address:
Forbes - Formula Focus
"Forbes" isn't in that web address. And reading up on Formula Focus and other "nootropic" supplements, they're all bogus. The "web wars" over these products means most of the "reviews" are either one-star or five-stars. That's a hell of a giveaway.


Oh come on IT....of course it's fake news? Well, DUH. It was in my SPAM! Forbes is bogus.
Don't tell me that whizzed right over your head....that you felt the need to explain. You're slippin', my friend. This should be on SNL. Imagine. A magic pill that will make you "AS SMART as Donald Trump". The irony. The paradox.
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Oh come on IT....of course it's fake news? Well, DUH. It was in my SPAM! Forbes is bogus.
Don't tell me that whizzed right over your head....that you felt the need to explain. You're slippin', my friend. This should be on SNL. Imagine. A magic pill that will make you "AS SMART as Donald Trump". The irony. The paradox.
I don't doubt Trump's raw intelligence. Do you?

And I don't understand how people can get away with using the names of famous people in testimonials.
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I think a cease and desist letter will be in the mail soon.
Cease and Desist before I get riled up and see red.
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I don't doubt Trump's raw intelligence. Do you?

And I don't understand how people can get away with using the names of famous people in testimonials.
I have always maintained that there is a difference between cunning, aptitude (common sense) and intelligence.

We all know the stereotypical absent-minded professor type who can do differential equations in his head, but hand him a pipe wrench and he'll try and brush his teeth with it.

Then there are guys like Trump who can do amazing finagling, and con people but have the foresight of a gnat.
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I have always maintained that there is a difference between cunning, aptitude (common sense) and intelligence.

We all know the stereotypical absent-minded professor type who can do differential equations in his head, but hand him a pipe wrench and he'll try and brush his teeth with it.

Then there are guys like Trump who can do amazing finagling, and con people but have the foresight of a gnat.
I see your categories and agree with 'em. Humans excel in pattern recognition, actual and imagined. Then we create action plans and take concrete steps transforming thought into reality.

In which of your categories would you put pattern recognition?
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I see your categories and agree with 'em. Humans excel in pattern recognition, actual and imagined. Then we create action plans and take concrete steps transforming thought into reality.

In which of your categories would you put pattern recognition?
About 60-40 aptitude-intelligence. They aren't mutually exclusive.
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