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Old 02-24-2012, 03:08 PM   #1
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A Interesting Website

Do I came across this website and youtube videos. Most do not relate to a trailer being dangerous. The description under the videos are horrible.

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Appears to me to be a company trying to sell stuff for trailers and trying to scare folks into buying their stuff. The comments under the videos show how they actually think.
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OK so whats your point? If it doesn't relate don't worry.
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Creating fear or pain is a common practice in sales. It's used to get people emotional about something and buy what's being sold. Not used so much in cars, but a lot of other things.
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