The criminal-friendly deadbolt lock

This absurdly-expensive Bluetooth-enabled deadbolt lock is an excellent way to let someone into your house who has stolen your phone. All they’ll have to do to open your front door is open the app on your stolen phone and click “unlock.”

To make matters worse, it seems to have firmware problems, and as one reviewer noted, “when my phone is in the house, whoever touches the lock can unlock it.” And anyone prowling around the neighborhood can identify this piece of shit from its glowing blue ring of LEDs. Great job, guys.

Grow antibiotic-resistant bacteria at home.


Clindamycin, a powerful antibiotic, is available online, without a prescription. Why is this a problem? Clindamycin is known to cause outbreaks of Clostridium difficile, a bacteria that causes uncontrollable diarrhea, resulting in the deaths of around 14,000 people annually in the United States alone. The antibiotic resistance caused by the overuse of antibiotics has directly lead to XDR TB (extensively-drug-resistant tuberculosis) and Super-Gonorrhea (an antibiotic-resistant sexually-transmitted bacteria.)

In case fatal diarrhea, incurable shit-lung, or dick-rot doesn’t toot your whistle, there’s always trenbolone, an anabolic steroid being sold as “cattle implant.”

Dowsing Rods


Dowsing rods are a psychic scam which has been around for at least five hundred years. The idea is that you take two metal rods, and your mental energy will cause the rods to move, or cross, or point, when you come across ghosts, water, treasure, gold, or a lost item. But if you’re going to get scammed, it might as well be for only fifteen bucks, and not   $2,289.99, like the Southwest Desert Healing Crystal, a five-pound wooden ball that uses crystal energy to balance your chakras.

Or $7,495.00, like the Aura Camera, a psychic cloud device that allows you to measure and visualize psychic powers on your PC.

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