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      Activistcash.com 
    Description: ActivistCash.com, a project of the Center for Consumer Freedom, provides the public and media with in-depth profiles of anti-consumer activist groups, along with information about the sources of their exorbitant funding.
    Added on: 04-Oct-2004 Hits: 616
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      Consumer Freedom 
    Description: The Center for Consumer Freedom is a nonprofit coalition of restaurants, food companies, and consumers working together to promote personal responsibility and protect consumer choices. Consumer freedom is the right of adults and parents to choose what they eat, drink, and how they enjoy themselves.
    Added on: 04-Oct-2004 Hits: 673
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      GetHuman.com 
    Description: Gethuman a consumer advocacy site, founded by Paul English, focused on improving the face of customer service. This movement is powered by over one million consumers who are angry about bad service.

    Gethuman demands high quality, prompt, human customer support, by friendly, qualified people who we can understand, and who can handle our call without putting us on hold or transferring us again and again.

    Gethuman hosts the Interactive Voice Reponse (IVR) cheat sheet with tips on getting past the voice prompts to a real human being.

    Added on: 13-Feb-2006 Hits: 713
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      Museum of Hoaxes 
    Description:
    The Museum was established in 1997 in order to promote knowledge about the phenomenon of hoaxes. It plays host to a variety of humbugs and hoodwinks—from ancient deceptions all the way up to modern schemes, dupes, and dodges that circulate on the internet.

    The museum is divided into a variety of different sections. There's a historical wing, in which hoaxes are presented chronologically, from the Middle Ages right up to the present; a Gallery of April Fool's Day hoaxes, celebrating that one day of the year devoted to pranks and practical jokes; a Tall-Tale Creature Gallery that delves into the natural history of species such as the Jackalope and the Fur-Bearing Trout; and much, much more.

    Take a look around and check out the exhibits. Marvel at the woman who gave birth to rabbits, be astounded by the Swiss spaghetti trees, and shocked by the Bonsai Kittens. Try to decide if you would have fallen for any of the hoaxes. There are even some tests for you to determine just how gullible you really are. Just remember that there's no claim so stupid that someone, somewhere won't believe it!

    Based in San Diego, California, the Museum of Hoaxes is open to visitors 365 days a year. Its curator is Alex Boese.


    Added on: 07-Feb-2006 Hits: 569
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