World Net Daily Promotes Alzheimer’s “Cure” Drink

World Net Daily regularly sends out email blasts to “introduce major advertisers to our loyal readers.”

This one just arrived:

Can a homemade “beverage” permanently end Alzheimer’s disease? That’s what experts are now claiming after seeing THIS drink in action.

Recently, a Tufts University educator unveiled an Alzheimer’s-Reversing “Cocktail” recipe and, after watching dramatic transformations of the patients who used it, some researchers are finally admitting it’s a cure.

If you ever worry that your memory is getting worse, or have a loved one suffering from Alzheimer’s or dementia… this “cocktail” could be life-changing. Don’t wait another second to start reversing your memory loss. Get the incredible recipe here.

After you sit through the interminable video at the link, you finally get to the pitch for their $76/year newsletter, which is not at all full of similar scams.

  • Paula

    The trumpies will buy it. Maybe we can convince them to try the same drink that Croatian General drank. Alzheimer’s will be gone.

    • orion dumptee

      but will it help joseph farahs NOSE?

      • Treant

        Even magic has limits.

        • orion dumptee

          ha ha ha ha

    • AlternativeQuacks

      I hear it pairs nicely with Jim Bakker’s bucket slop.

  • Boreal

    If we had a functioning govt, one would expect the FDA to shut this shit down.

    • It is very hard to shut these web sites down. They have ways of phrasing claims that lets them get away with avoiding quackery laws. They could be open to class action lawsuits, however. Bogus claims about the viability of health products and supplements have been going on for hundreds of years.

  • carrot festival

    Oh damn, I forgot to click.

  • Pollos Hermanos

    Perhaps they can mail a case to the White House.

    • RoFaWh

      I suggest a carload, delivered via newly installed rail lines running from the railyard attached to Union Station, to the WH.

      With a big sticker “do not drink more than 250 ml per day.” Trump is sure to see that and guzzle the stuff down with abandon.

  • Tatonka

    I’m torn between a “Flowers for Algernon” joke and, “Side effects may include the destruction of civilization by super-intelligent monkeys.”

    • lymis

      The two are not mutually exclusive. That would be one hell of a movie.

  • Gustav2

    Did they give Trump a free supply?

  • Tawreos

    Can we ship a case or two of this shit to the White House to see if it improves things in the Oval Office?

    • William

      Sending Flint Michigan tap water is a surer thing.

      • Tawreos

        We can make it with Flint tap water it will probably make it much more effective.

        • Paula

          Filtered through depleted Uranium pellets.

    • Bambino

      Can’t do any worse.

  • Tatonka

    If this stuff works, their audience will be decimated.

  • m_lp_ql_m

    I was just reading this before I came here. Some researchers are calling Alzheimer’s “Type III Diabetes.”
    https://www.marksdailyapple.com/why-arent-we-talking-about-the-cognitive-health-crisis/

    • The_Wretched

      You need quotes on “researchers”.

  • Do Something Nice

    I think this is what that general drank at the UN tribunal today. It worked – he will NEVER have Alzheimer’s

    • JackFknTwist

      Just reading that post transported me back to the worst of the Aids crisis days. There were so many hyped concoctions, all of them raising hopes, all of them dashing our hearts.

      It has made me very very sad now. Tears.

      • William

        I remember a couple guys in Dallas who made quite a good living selling fake treatments.

      • David Walker

        Understood. {{{{{HUGS}}}}}

      • FAEN

        Jack-***HUGS***

  • Bambino

    I really hope the deplorables subscribe to anything this scammers sells. It will just speed up the Darwin’s theory.

  • Cackalaquiano

    Does Jim Bakker sell it in a food bucket?

    • Gustav2

      No, but is will soon be on his shopping channel.

    • Sashineb

      Oh, you can probably buy the ingredients at the InfoWhores store.

    • David Walker

      Thank you, Jeebus! Bakker’s version will be already prepared so you won’t have to worry about measuring ingredients.

  • Lawerence Collins

    This is just cruel to those of us who’ve lost someone to this is just awful and mean.

  • bkmn

    There will always be snake oil salesmen, which is why we need a functioning government and court system. Trump wants to end both

  • William

    Is it choc full of lead?

  • Treant

    Thank you, Orrin Hatch and Congress, for allowing this kind of shit.

    Call it a supplement and you can pretty much say whatever you want. Eventually they’ll get around to possibly shutting you down, but…

    (Honestly, as a soap maker, I’m more bound by laws than some of these people are; there are a list of things I must and must not do).

    • another_steve

      There really are scams out there that aren’t being policed at all. The other day, I saw a TV commercial hawking a “memory enhancing” pill or something.

      These scammers must have pretty influential friends in Congress.

      • Treant

        Orrin Hatch owns a “supplement” company and has fought consistently against regulations of said companies.

        They could be selling you sawdust and rat feces for all we know, and that’s just fine with the law.

        • Paula

          The breakfast of mormon champions?

          • Treant

            You say Mormon, I say moron. We’re both right.

    • Stubenville

      Being a beautician requires more training than being a US Congressperson.

      • Treant

        Which is scary in and of itself. The lady who cuts my hair? A year of beauty school–and two months of further training with the company that hired her as a stylist to teach her their standards and practices.

  • Pollos Hermanos

    O/T:

    After the NBC/Matt Lauer firing. I think NBC needs to come clean and release any and all tapes they might have of Trump acting inappropriately on the set of The Apprentice.

    • The_Wretched

      Yes, it’s extremely unlikley that Trump hasn’t harassed women in the workplace and they must have tape of it.

      • kaydenpat

        I expect a lot more than just sexual harassment given how awful Trump is.

    • Gustav2

      They may not own the tapes, the production company owns the tapes.
      Call Mark Burnett

      • Pollos Hermanos

        They’ve got leverage over Mark Burnett.

    • Treant

      I missed this. Matt’s gone? … (Google search) Holy shit.

      • Gustav2

        That’s what happens when you don’t stay on JMG 24/7

        • Treant

          I know, right? You get busy and have ONE meeting…

        • MT YVR

          I haven’t slept in fourteen days. I’ve removed my eyelids. Or stapled them open. I don’t remember. I am entirely up to date on news here, because of this.

          Also, random factoid, I now can smell the number 5 and taste purple.

          • Treant

            I also experience synesthesia sometimes when I’m getting a migraine. It sort of sucks, actually.

          • MT YVR

            Truthfully I have a low level of it. I actually do taste purple. Most colours actually. lol

            I imagine it coming and going would be weird as hell. For me I was… about … I think 12 before I realized certain sensory experiences are not universal. It took forever to figure out how to articulate it and even longer to get people to believe I wasn’t just suuuuuper stoned.

          • Treant

            That just raises so many questions that are even a bit too direct to ask here…

          • MT YVR

            LOL well, in case you’re wondering: a colour tends to induce a taste on the tongue looking at it. But I don’t taste that flavour without the colour and suddenly see a colour.

            So bits don’t taste certain colours. But certain colours (most) taste. Green, purple, blue and red tend to be the big ones for me. Yellow tastes like hot wire and is just… ew. Luckily it doesn’t happen often.

            Anyway. (shrug) Like I said, I’m sure it’s weird to pop in and out of but for me I just never knew y’all didn’t do this.

          • Treant

            In my case, not unless I have a neurological thunderstorm going on up there. 🙂

          • perversatile

            Nothing beats the taste of fresh octarine.

          • Gretchen

            Purple is easy. Wake me up when you can taste the red spectrum.

            Also, insomnia sucks. I’ve had a little success with sleep hypnosis albums. (Are they called albums? They aren’t CD’s, or tapes, or records. What the hell do you call them when you download them from Amazon Music? Recordings? Nevermind…squirrel.) I have had greater success with Ativan and morphine, but I can’t exactly help you there. Rest well.

          • vorpal

            Insomnia here. My doctor just replenished my Ambien stash.
            The Ambien Walrus is my spirit animal.
            💊💊💊 😴💤 (:3 っ)っ
            https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/b04d98b8edac331cc8aba4bc849eaaf2272249e2c61ca23e2b3ec6fcdcf1e3c8.gif

          • Grumpy Old Man

            I have been on Ambien for over 20 years; I am trying to work my way off with a CBD tincture, sigh. Once I get back to the original insomnia, maybe I can figure out where that comes from (but then, it started when I was 14 and did not get fixed until I started on Ambien, sigh).

          • vorpal

            Can I ask: are you just taking 10 mg of Ambien / zolpidem a night? I feel like I need more: 20 – 30, really.

            My doctor actually had switched me to midazolam one time, but I had an incredibly creepy experience on that where actually got up in the middle of the night in downtown Santiago and walked around and did some shopping. No recollection of the even, and that left me feeling really uncomfortable even though I was fine and all my possessions (plus some new ones) were accounted for, so I switched back to the Ambien.

          • Grumpy Old Man

            I am taking the 10; I am down to half a tab + CBD 5 ml. I, too, tried other stuff; Lunesta gave me a horrid taste in my mouth that was systemic so nothing could get rid of it.

            When I missed an evening, I would get some really horrid nightmares if I could get to sleep at all. If necessary, I will go with full THC + CBD to get off Zolpidem/Ambien. Since I am a federal employee, I am walking a thin line but since it is legal here in Seattle – they should never find out.

          • Stogiebear

            So, you’ve been reading ahead in “The Gay Agenda”.

          • MT YVR

            Yes. And the plans for you?

            (sly smile)

            You naughty boy.

            😉

          • Paula

            Amphetamines are your friend.

          • MT YVR

            Hilarious story. Back in the day, stone ages because remember he’s older than I am, the husband discovered Speed as it came out. Now the selling points were loss of appetite and increased energy to do things.

            But of course, the husband is … well… him.

            One day he grabbed a chair and plunked it down in front of his fridge and cleaned it out. By eating everything in it.

            And lo, he stopped using. He GAINED weight.

          • Paula

            Paula doesn’t need anything that will make her want to more.

          • olandp

            What does purple taste like, please tell me it isn’t grape?

          • dagobarbz, fine Italian shoes

            I once bought a malevolent blue wine cooler to find out what ‘blue’ tastes like. It was icky.

          • Amanda B. Rekendwith

            Is it true purple tastes like chicken?

          • Grumpy Old Man

            To get to the bathroom walk towards the buzz, turn left at Gorgonzola and enter the hamburger.

        • bkmn

          I will need a summary for this afternoon when I go in for scoping. I will miss about 4 hours.

          • Bambino

            Dotard twitter rants ahead. More denial from Roy Moore. North Korea launched another missiles. Some retailers boycott from Hannity’s fan boys. Tony Perkins still remain silence. That’s about it. Now you are updated 😛

          • MT YVR

            WITCH! (pointing finger) WIIIIIIITCH!! THIS ONE SEES THE FUTURE!!! WIIIIIIIIIITCH…….

            Also, about some lotto numbers…

          • Bambino

            I love playing those powerballs 😛

          • MT YVR

            Uh. Huh.

            Look. We know I’m a dirty minded 12 year old. Do not feed me lines like this. 😛

          • bkmn

            thanks b…same shit/different day

          • Treant

            Best of luck with your procedure!

      • Stubenville

        Garrison Keillor, too. Apparently he was inappropriate while visiting Lake Wobegon.

        • kaydenpat

          Now that I found very shocking. I’ve always loved him.

        • David Walker

          He ate too many of those Powdermilk Biscuits.

    • kaydenpat

      True. I have no idea why they’re protecting him.

      • glass

        I read someplace that there was audio about other people on those tapes that was bad for other people’s careers. I have no idea if it was just an excuse or it was true.

    • Victor Laszlo

      Alas, I believe those tapes are all owned by Mark Burnett who has sworn he will never release them.

      • pj

        that should tell you everything you need to know.

  • Nic Peterson

    It brings back coal jobs, too.

    • m_lp_ql_m

      Not just coal jobs, but clean coal jobs.

  • safari

    Alzheimer’s treatment has recently had some interesting developments. Apparently, according to Radiolab and the researcher they interviewed, putting Alzheimer’s engineered mice into an environment with a light that imperceptibly flashes at a frequency apparently missing in the brains of Alzheimer’s patients for thirty minutes a day restores functionality by half. We also discovered an entirely new brain-cleanup system that anatomists hadn’t known about before.

    • Yes, by removing and stopping the amyloid plaque buildups in brain areas – we learned about this in my seminar last year.

    • lymis

      So, does what appears to be a kale and cucumber smoothie fix any of that?

      • KevInPDX

        It does if you add top shelf vodka

        • lymis

          Ass top vodka makes everything better!

      • William

        Kale makes me projectile vomit.

        • David Walker

          Ready! Aim! Hurl!

        • dagobarbz, fine Italian shoes

          Is it the aphids, or the fact that kale is akin to some sort of vegetable leather?

  • BTW, one “memory supplement” which has absolutely no medical basis — and no reliable studies behind it that I can find — is Prevagen, the supplement advertised “that is made from jellyfish”. Don’t waste your money. This is the latest thing being promoted. I attended a class last year in Palm Beach County led by Doctor Hudson and his staff (we are a world center for Alzheimer’s Research as can be imagined) — treatments and even vaccines are in the works now but there is no “magic bullet” out there.

    • safari

      Nootropics (brain enhancement drugs) are a thing these days. The ones that work seem to be Russian pharmaceuticals that never got classified as such in the US — and are therefore considered supplements.

      That, and of course, anything that can be metabolized like speed.

      • Treant

        It’s strange, but I find the biggest brain enhancer to be getting off my ass regularly and doing something. Plus challenging said brain with creating a new soap recipe, building a lighting system for the treetop angel that burned out, and so on.

        • safari

          I should probably use that gym membership I pay for.

          • You use CPAP as I remember (as do I) and are 2/3 the way there for your health. It is that important. Now exercise is wonderful but you already took the most important step. I never realized how much I was starving my brain of oxygen at night until I did the study. I was down to 70% oxygen at night when I did the overnight study.

          • Treant

            Mebbe. 🙂 But even getting up and walking around the room seems to help. Or doing a bit of gardening, even just working with a potted plant during winter.

      • There are medications for early and moderate onset Alzheimer’s (and dementia which in many cases is the same thing) like ariset and some others that can mitigate symptoms for many months, and many others are in clinical trial. Great progress is being made.

      • William

        There’s interesting work out of the former Soviet Republic of Georgia, using a certain bacteriophage to treat Alzheimer’s.
        A very limited amount is being tried in the US>

        http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/next/body/phage-alzheimers-cure/

        https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18953108

  • A century ago, this shit would be peddled from carts and labeled “snake oil.”

    • lymis

      A century ago, it would also have had a bit of cocaine or morphine in it, so there’s that, too.

  • another_steve

    Pour a jigger of Beefeater in it and I’ll drink it.

  • Leo
    • Lumpy Gaga

      City of Charlottesville: Do you PROMISE not to kill anybody this year?

  • Tomcat

    And since it is not approved by the AMA and FDA it does not have to do what they say it does.

  • Rick

    Maybe they can mix it with that other home-brewed cure for the ebola virus? Make it a two-fer?

  • Tomcat

    Results not common among users!!!!

  • The Sentinel

    That looks like.. nevermind.

    • The_Wretched

      a mojito?

    • SkokieGuy [ChicagoAdjacentGuy]

      Honey if you drink it with a straw, you’re doing it wrong.

      • BearEyes

        Depends on the ‘straw’

    • Bambino

      A glass full of sputum?

    • SkokieGuy [ChicagoAdjacentGuy]

      It does give Jim Bakker a boner every time someone pours a glass of it…

    • BearEyes

      Is it made by the bartender from the thread earlier this morning?

    • Lumpy Gaga

      If your … nevermind… looks like that, see a doctor!

  • Leo
  • Tomcat

    I thought pot cured EVERYTHING.

  • bkmn

    O/T – remember that Carrier plant in Indiana where Trump “saved” all those jobs – notices are going out and they will be cut after Xmas, and the sister plant down the road is shuttering too. Good thing they got all those incentives from the state to stay there…

    https://washingtonmonthly.com/2017/11/29/the-trump-carrier-scam-laid-off-workers-and-corporate-tax-cuts/

    • SkokieGuy [ChicagoAdjacentGuy]

      But Trumpy insults Indians, and accuses Scaroborough of murder, so his base is too busy cheery for how Trump is pissing of Snowflake Libruls to care that all his lies are falling apart and people are being hurt.

    • are we really fucking surprised?
      To all you dopes out there who thought President Putz had your best interests at heart….
      HAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHA
      and nope, i sure as fuck do not feel bad.

    • Pretty near everything Donald says is a lie. Wish I could figure why anybody’s surprised by this anymore.

    • William

      Some days I hope every Trump “reform” is passed, just so his supporters can live in the aftermath. Then I realize the rest of us will be living there too.

    • Lumpy Gaga

      Hope those red hats are warm.

    • pj

      good thing chump got involved. everthing he touches ends up going out of business.

  • Thorn Spike

    Not fake news at all.

  • bkmn

    Is that what an iced semen latte looks like?

    • Phil

      Probably. Looks like it has celery in it to boot. I’d rather lose my faculties…

    • Beth Sanders

      NOT appropriate.

      • AmeriCanadian

        Well neither is using the photo of a deceased woman from Minnesota as your avatar.

        • William

          Eeewww.

        • Beth Sanders

          She was wonderful soul and dear friend. not sure what problem is?

          • Lumpy Gaga

            Did she have a nice house? Did you steal that, too?

          • AmeriCanadian

            Oh “Beth”. This isn’t Chicks on the Right or Breitbart News Network. We’ve got your number, sweetie, and it does indeed add up to 666.

          • Beth Sanders

            Thank you. I do like this site. I like the chicks, although they can be a little much sometimes. I really like Hannah.

      • bkmn

        Beth why do you upvote your own comments?

        • Beth Sanders

          hi dear. not sure what you mean?

        • stevenj

          Is somebody else going to?

        • DoctorDJ

          The interwebs is soo hard.

      • Lumpy Gaga

        A moment on the lips, a lifetime in HELL!

    • Treant

      Now you’ve got me all hungry and I just ate that last night.

      • AmeriCanadian

        Iced? Ugh.

  • Beth Sanders

    Interesting. Weill have to try? Anyone else?

  • Stubenville

    This is just a cruel hoax to the many people watching their loved ones slowly die, tortured by dementia. Yes, it’s a subject close to home, since two dear friends are going through watching their parents die in slow motion.

    • RoFaWh

      It’s fraud.

      • boatboy_srq

        And one more reason to oppose “tort reform”. Snake oil sales outfits deserve to be put out of business.

    • William

      What better time to scam money from the desperate?

  • Mrs. Councillor Nugent

    I hate to shit on Tufts, but when their nutritionist President, Jean Mayer, passed away, local icon Julia Child chortled that she’d outlived him, when he’d told her everything she did was wrong.

  • Blackfork

    Trump has prolly already ordered it.

  • boatboy_srq

    This is just cruel. Bad enough that it will give patients false hopes, but they will scam the patients and their families just to sell them those false hopes.

    • Lumpy Gaga

      Snake-oil salesman: America’s oldest profession.

      And Orrin Hatch’s dearest.

      • boatboy_srq

        Ayuh.

    • LeeCMH

      And worse yet, those folks may forego valuable medical treatment as a result.

      While working in a hospital, I recall vividly a woman who arrived in the emergency room with a >1000 mg/dL glucose. It turns-out she thought she was healed by a Christian faith healer who told her she could eat all the cake she wanted.

      The ER doctor was enraged and was considering possible legal steps to charge the evangelist with practicing medicine without a license.

      So, false hope is cruel, but claiming cures that cause people to skip important medical treatments is deadly.

    • safari

      *circus music*

    • Lumpy Gaga

      That pic. How…. beautiful.

      • DoctorDJ

        Notice the way the sunlight glistens off the razor wire.

    • Clive Johnson

      “Fake news! Trump never lies! Trump is draining the swamp!” [involuntary gagging and spittle production] “Trump! MAGA! Fake news liberals, fake news!”

    • BobSF_94117

      Yeah, like that’ll do anything but kick the shredders into high gear.

    • JCF
    • Frostbite

      i can hear those shredders running from here.

  • kaydenpat

    No surprises here. Alex Jones does the exact same thing when he sells “manly” elixirs of dubious quality. Ditto Jim Bakker and his buckets of “food”. No wonder they all love the Grifter-in-Chief.

  • Yalma Cuder-Zicci

    Looks like a raita daiquiri.

    • glass

      I was thinking it looked like Rice Milk with Celery chunks in it. Apparently someone with cognitive problems is cooking up “miracles” to sell.

  • Stephen Elliot Phillips

    well the plutocrat heist…er…..I mean rethug tax plan gets rid of medicare funding for cancer treatments. So, I guess WND will need to be selling something for that too

  • but but but: Dr. Glenn Rothfeld (who created (imagined) the ICT Protocol) says on his own site, “Although no proper cure is found for this disease… there are a number of ways it can be treated.” This, right under his “Cure” drink.
    I’m confused – when is a cure not a cure, but still labeled a Cure for marketing purposes, still legit?

  • William

    Give me $10,000 dollars and I’ll wave a chicken over your head.

    • Lumpy Gaga

      I’ll give you $15,000 not to.

      • William

        Hey, let’s put on a show!

  • Gustav2

    OT: I knew it!

    New York City Has Genetically Distinct ‘Uptown’ and ‘Downtown’ Rats

    “Since they tend to move only a few blocks in their lifetimes, the uptown rats and downtown rats don’t mix much.”

    https://www.theatlantic.com/science/archive/2017/11/rats-of-new-york/546959/

    • BearEyes

      And Midtown rats?

      • Treant

        Pizza rats, all of them.

      • Gustav2

        It’s not that midtown is rat-free—such a notion is inconceivable—but the commercial district lacks the household trash (aka food) and backyards (aka shelter) that rats like. Since rats tend to move only a few blocks in their lifetimes, the uptown rats and downtown rats don’t mix much.

        • Reality.Bites

          And that, in a nutshell, is what’s wrong with America! 😉

    • Treant

      Damn 1%-ers, eatin’ the leftover caviar while I fight over avocado leavings…

      https://youtu.be/4xtyutEO7A4

      • Lumpy Gaga

        This always looks like a lime to me. Is the rat bringing home guac ingredients??

        • Treant

          Who doesn’t like avocado?

          • Del Sam

            Me

    • Lumpy Gaga

      Which ones are in the kitchen at Trump “Soho”??

      • Gustav2

        Liar rats.

        • Lumpy Gaga

          Deluded mice.

    • Stephen Elliot Phillips

      Uptown rat
      Its been living in its uptown world

  • safari

    O/T: Quarterly rant. It is 2017. Why in the hell aren’t there good DRM-capable ebook readers?

    • Lumpy Gaga

      DRM for e-book reading is typically either via the store/app selling the hardware (Amazon, Apple, Barnes and Noble, Kobo) or, the “compatible with everything” Adobe (which Apple doesn’t use, last I checked).

      Problem #1: Adobe has gone through three versions in just the time I’ve been a consumer.

      Problem #2: There’s an “Adobe tax” associated with the sale of each book.

      Problem #3: Adobe.

      Google “calibre” and “Apprentice Alf” and let us know how it goes, because I’m going to self-destruct this message in a couple hours.

  • Michael R
    • justme

      Donald’s pee gate???

      • AmeriCanadian

        It’s been said that animals copy (ape?) human behavior. Who knew Drumpf likes to spend time at the zoo?

  • Gigi

    Are these the same “experts” who claim that homosexuality can be cured with a cocktail?

  • justme

    Alex Jones has demonstrated time and time again how well this works!!

  • If WND wants to test this concoction, there’s a good test subject in the Oval Office.

  • Harveyrabbit
  • Rex

    If this cure doesn’t include vodka, I’m not interested.

    • Tom Ato

      and I’m not seeing bourbon

  • coram nobis

    It looks like lime, ice and that Southern cocktail, tequila mockingbird.

  • Paula

    Maybe we can convince WND to sell cyanide capsules on their site. You know, for when the goobermint stooges show up at their house to take the guns.

  • JT

    Evidently, World Nut Daily has a lot of readers with dementia, and they know another fraud would go over well with them.

  • Javier Smith

    Someone needs to send some cases of this to our Pee-resident and General Attorney.

  • edrex

    all i have to say is that if it doesn’t include gin, then it doesn’t work. (damn. just read rex’s comment below. i suspect we’ll live forever, rex.)

  • canoebum

    Curing Alzheimer’s? Sure, good idea. But what I need is a cocktail to make me forget stuff. All this shit is getting to me. I’m in need of a concoction called “Ignorance is Bliss”.

  • pablo

    From that picture I’d guess the main ingredients in the anti-alzheimers cocktail are jizz and celery. Yuck! Celery.

  • Kevin Andrews

    Freaking Snake-Oil salesmen and grifters is all the alt-right fascist bastards know. They don’t need no stinking health insurace; they got the recipe from World Nut Daily.

  • JW Swift

    Doesn’t look much different from many of the Taboola ads that we see right here on good ol’ JMG. I’m surprised that the text doesn’t include the phrase “weird trick”.

  • David Kerlick

    Isn’t that the “blue soup?”

  • HandsomeMrToad

    I used to do medical research on Alzheimer’s disease, but I kept forgetting what I was trying to swim.

  • Macbill

    Semen lattes?