Monday, 18 May 2009

If you are going to buy 'A Million Random Digits with 100,000 Normal Deviates (paperback)' - I won't spoil the ending for you

While investigating positive and negative product reviews on Amazon I've come to the conclusion that:

1) Some people must have no time for doing anything other than creating huge volumes of reviews


2) Maybe if they had enough money to purchase all these products, time to read/listen/watch them or room to store them they probably do have a lot of free time


Anyhow, I have come across some great bogus reviews, an unexpected surprise. It's almost as much fun to read the comments on these reviews by those who do not appreciate the sarcasm/irony.

Christina Martin has created some good ones, also there is the classic review of the Bic Crystal ballpoint pen by Matt Williams.

When there are items for sale such as A Million Random Digits with 100,000 Normal Deviates you just can't help yourself...

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