Reading advertisements and watching them on TV, I have realized that they are biased. Well, dah!! They are advertisements, not product reviews. They are designed to be biased and to influence you into purchasing there fantastic product with all the whistles and bells that is so much better than any other on the market. But let me tell you the cold, hard facts. They stretch the truth or all the great whistles and bells are actually extras that you have to pay extra for.
Let me give a couple of examples that all of you may have run into a time or two. If you are reading this, you are using a computer of some sort, be it a desktop, a laptop, a tablet, or a smart phone. My wife decided that it may be time to get a new computer of some description. The ones that are advertised for what seems like a very fair price turn out to be a hunk of almost worthless plastic and wires with a small viewing screen and had no extra capabilities. The sells person then showed her what she really wanted in the first place but of course it is not on sell and costs many fold more than the reasonably priced one.
Doesn't the same thing seem to happen when you decide to shop for a new vehicle. They got all those "extras" on them that it about doubles the base price. It is impossible to order a bare bone model from the factory or order one with the whistles you want to blow and the bells you want to ring. Back in the day, I used to order the exact vehicle I wanted. The only draw back was you had to wait for it to be built. It seems anymore, the only choice you have is what is already built and shipped. That means, of course, you have to compromise. Hope you all have a great day today, you hear?