A year and a half ago I made fun of the Karma Chip. The chip is said by its creator to heal miraculously with its presence.
The scam itself is unremarkable. My dogma ate it.
The post has had great follow-ups. Its inventor replied to the post himself in defense and got an unsympathetic response.
Another commentor remarked that two good things have come out of Yorkshire and that this is not one of them. There has been one endorsement of the chip, and another ambiguous one that links to the Museum of Hoaxes.
Finally today one very annoyed andy2020 responded with a great story about the road show for this thing. Thanks, Andy. Wow.
As for karmasingh, I don’t think he’s a very nice person. Really, not at all.
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Wow, he created an account for the express purpose of beefing with you. Couldn’t he just as easily have commented without the extra trouble of uploading a dopey picture of himself?
That wouldn’t have been nearly as funny.
Kick Ass Chilton icon!!!!
Totally sums up his money grubbing in one visual. 🙂
You know, thanks to the mighty tubes of the internets, we can subject ourselves to the wonders of modern science once exclusively reserved for full page ads in the once illustrious Weekly World News, where ascended masters and brilliant geo-chemi-psycho-neuro-physi-histo-anthro-docktors could announce bravely to to the world that they had found the names of bad luck (by the way it’s Lormo, 1 and 2 apparently).
Someone ask him if it runs on Orgone energy… This stuff is just priceless. It just goes to show, you cannot go broke overestimating the gullibility of typical seeker. This is the finest in skull farming, I especially like the part where his harmony chip will fix your problem buildings… this is going make me laugh all day…