Hah hah hah haa!
A while back some guy sent me a sample of "Bio-performance" to try out.
The stuff REEKS of naptha... And I mean IT REEKS. The envelope smelled
up my office before I even opened it. I was really surprised it didn't
set off some sort of chemical sensor in a mail processing plant.
I'm saving it in case we get moths in our clothes closet or I need to
drive off skunks, raccoons, political canvassers or some other vermin.
Jerry Decker - KN wrote:
Had a good laugh at this one. Remember this which was posted in early
# 2005/11/09 [Keelynet] Gas boosters - naptha, moth balls, toluene,
methanol and more Jerry Decker - KN
which talked about using mothballs to increase mileage?
Well, some guy in Irving, Texas must have picked up on it because two
months later, in January 2006, a new pyramid scheme company called
BioPerformance started selling mothballs under another name and the
guy raked in nearly $900,000 to date.
The article below is dated May 25th and says 5 months ago was when
BioPerfomance went public which would be January.
BUT, the Feds busted them and he is in deep doodoo. Check out this
article in the Dallas Observer;
Geez, what I could do with that money, but not through a scam.
Mothballs do work if you do it right, but mislabeling them and jacking
the price up plus using a pyramid scheme isn't the way to go with it,
at least for me.