This advertisement caught my eye; especially the exaggerated amount of interviews this doctor said he did. 60,000??????
I Have Done Over 60,000 Interviews And My Show On Prostate Pills Might Be More Talked About Than My Interviews With Brando, Putin, …
- Princeton University, Phi Beta Kappa, Summa Cum Laude; Society of Sigma XI
- Yale University School of Medicine. Alpha Omega Alpha, Medical Honor Society
School of Medicine
- Fellow, American College of Surgeons (FACS) Diplomate – American Board of Urology
- Society of Air Force Clinical Surgeons
- Societe Internationale D’Urologie
- International College of Surgeons
- Society of Minimally Invasive Surgery
- Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgery
Honors And Awards
- Phi Beta Kappa, Princeton University
- Summa Cum Laude, Princeton University
- Society of Sigma XI, Scientific Honorary Society
- Judas L. Magnes Medalist, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
- Alpha Omega Alpha, Medical Honorary Society
- Anti-Defamation League, Outstanding Achievement and Community Service Award
- Sheba Medical Center, Israel –Albert Schweitzer Award
- Israel Cancer Research Foundation (I.C.R.F.) Excellence in Medicine Award, 1998
- Appointed Urology Surgeon-in-Chief to His Majesty Bhumibol Adulyades, King of Thailand Endowed Chairs
- The Dudley Seth Danoff, M.D., Chair in Urologic Research at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem
One thing among many that frosts my tomatoes is false advertising, especially the ones at are aimed at the elderly to con them out of their hard earned retirement money. Like with Joe Namath – Tom Selleck and the rest that hustle home mortgage insurance.
As the old saying goes; if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
In his own words, The Good Doctor said he did over 60,000 interviews. IFFFF he did 2 interviews a day, it would have taken him 120 years to complete his campaign. GMAFB doc.
I have always maintained; if you are going to be a bull-shitter, better be a good one. At least, tell a tale that is believable.
TRUTH IN ADVERTISING = Everything is a hustle – read the fine print.
A pharmacist once told me while I was in the hospital; supplements are all junk or at least 95%.
Buyer beware – Hustlers be ashamed or take a course in bullshitting.