Dear Wendy

Dear Wendy

Question:

You got it, Ang – – Hide quoted text — Show quoted text – >Hi Buzzzzz… >Sorry, I probably wasn’t practicing proper internet etiquette when I sent >this one. I just kind of reacted. I’m thinking there may be occasions where >it would be appropriate to post an email privately to someone, but if >they’ve got the cure, why not tell everyone about it? Tonight it’s the >multi-talented Dr. Swanson (a chiropractor?!?) who’s running around >rescuing frozen faces, curing neck problems, and conquering psoriasis. >Ang

Response:

> I popped over to http://www.fda.gov/ and found no mention of your device; > now isn’t that odd? > You know, I’m an electronics tech so perhaps at work today I’ll just zap > myself a few times and see what happens. > Sincerely… > Please don’t send me any more ads.

Amen to that. No more ads! It is pretty strange that Wendy is claiming the Electronic-Itch-Stopper is FDA approved, when the FDA has a consumer alert on the "Stimulator": http://www.fda.gov/bbs/topics/ANSWERS/ANS00817.html — Ed "bzzzzt" Anderson

Response:

Hi Buzzzzz… Sorry, I probably wasn’t practicing proper internet etiquette when I sent this one. I just kind of reacted. I’m thinking there may be occasions where it would be appropriate to post an email privately to someone, but if they’ve got the cure, why not tell everyone about it? Tonight it’s the multi-talented Dr. Swanson (a chiropractor?!?) who’s running around rescuing frozen faces, curing neck problems, and conquering psoriasis. Ang – Hide quoted text — Show quoted text -> I popped over to http://www.fda.gov/ and found no mention of your device; > now isn’t that odd? > You know, I’m an electronics tech so perhaps at work today I’ll just zap > myself a few times and see what happens. > Sincerely… > Please don’t send me any more ads. > Amen to that. No more ads! > It is pretty strange that Wendy is claiming the Electronic-Itch-Stopper > is FDA approved, when the FDA has a consumer alert on the "Stimulator": > http://www.fda.gov/bbs/topics/ANSWERS/ANS00817.html > — Ed "bzzzzt" Anderson

Response:

Dear Wendy… Thank you for the unsolicited advertisement. I’m curious…how much does this wonder device cost? I popped over to http://www.fda.gov/ and found no mention of your device; now isn’t that odd? You know, I’m an electronics tech so perhaps at work today I’ll just zap myself a few times and see what happens. Sincerely… Please don’t send me any more ads. – Hide quoted text — Show quoted text -> Dear Angela, > How about forget about all medications the doctor gave you and > considering using > a new, FDA approved medical device called Electronic-Itch-Stopper. It > eliminates psoriasis-itch in just one minute, reduces swelling in 24 hours, > and clear up the psoriatic-lesion in about two months > Have a good day. > Sincerely yours, > Wendy

Response: