August 12, 2010, - 4:03 pm

HILARIOUS VIDEO: America is FULL of Suckers, Inc.

By Debbie Schlussel

No comment necessary. . . except that the trite, old adage about a sucker born every minute was extremely conservative in terms of birthrate stats.

What the heck is a metaphysician . . . other than a fancy name for professional fertilization artist? Some people just want to be abused. Others just want to empty their wallet for Joe Vitale’s BS.

Only in America.


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15 Responses

The state of the American psyche and self-worth is a sad state of affairs. That dopey necklace of his is enough of a red flag for me. I could sling the horse-shiite he does but I have a lot of something he lacks…integrity.

As DS says..”Too bad, so sad”!

Skunky on August 12, 2010 at 4:22 pm

Part of me wants to smack people like this ‘meta-physician’ for taking advantage of people.
But another part of me wants to smack the people who fall for this crap.

…and don’t get me started on psychics….homeopathy…dowsing…energy bracelets…Kevin Trudeau…evangelical preachers…

P. T. Barnum nailed it.

guitarguy on August 12, 2010 at 4:27 pm

I knew I guy in sales who was just like this. A compulsive freaking con an liar. He always had them

CaliforniaScreaming on August 12, 2010 at 4:34 pm


and PT BARNUM IS FROM BRIDGEPORT, CT! In fact there is a museum there; The Barnum Museum.

But if you look at the homepage, you will find that the museum is facing hardtimes, THANKS TO A TORNADO IN BRIDGEPORT!

Bob Porrazzo on August 12, 2010 at 5:03 pm

Joe Moron says that all you need to do is think about something and you will get it. I’ve been thinking about having sex with the entire Swedish Bikini Team for a very long time and it still hasn’t happened, damn it. Maybe I’m doing it wrong, do these people need to get high first?

Jarhead on August 12, 2010 at 8:03 pm

Heh – reminds me of an episode of “Always Sunny….” – they make fun of “The Secret” – I found the scene – just watch this:

David on August 12, 2010 at 9:22 pm

Gee, when the caliphate arrives , will they still let guys like this do what they’re doing?

Not Ovenready on August 12, 2010 at 10:53 pm

…time to fight back….

Nick Fury on August 13, 2010 at 12:23 am

The “Law of Attraction”? I call it the Law of Bullshit.

kenny komodo on August 13, 2010 at 12:32 am

OK. So explain why I have not been able to find a better job for the last few years despite it being on my mind all the time and have applied for tons of positions. If what he says is true then I should have had the job of my dreams years ago. Total baloney. People will buy into just about anything these days.

Musiccgirl on August 13, 2010 at 8:07 am

some people have way too much money and way too much time on their hands and way too little living brain cells.
Do me a favor. please instate IQ testing prior to voter registration in the future. cause if dumb ass’s like this can vote. we are really in for a bumpy ride….
My mind wants a million dollar a year job….. yeah just thinking about it ain’t going to get me that big money gig. and a 5K rolls ride with some fat hack ain’t going to get it for me either

the cure for stupidity is called a 9mm between the ears
sorry but this kind of crap just pisses me off to no end. the weight lose sans exersise. the get rich quick while you work on nothing at all. the scams and sceams. the fools and the foolish. all they really care about is what celeb is doing what or whom. etc and how to fill their trailer homes with collectable plates and elvis on black velvet painting. oh i could go on and on with this but Noooooooo …

Robert Goldman on August 13, 2010 at 9:04 am

I loved it when the “fitness model” started pimping herself out. Instead of just saying “A lot of people ask me…” she had to say “A lot of people ask me – Jennifer Nicole Lee…”. Yeah, people always address me by my first, middle and last name like that! Hey…it looks like it worked for Jennifer Nicole Lee. She paid $5,000 and got some airtime on ABC. Anyways, girlfriend may have been a fitness model in 1988, but it looks like she passed her prime a long time ago.

Angela04 on August 13, 2010 at 9:59 am

Total scam, just like multilevel marketing which a lot of these same types get good at because they use “The Secret.” We call it oogah boogah.

mk750 on August 13, 2010 at 10:33 am

Okay everyone, I have a bargain for you. For only $500/hour, I will speak to you while you ride in my Honda Accord. I will even provide Fruit Rollups, at no extra charge. That is only 10% of what this “Mastermind” is charging. And he doesn’t provide Fruit Rollups.

Seriously folks, for the same amount of money, invest in the stock market or in real estate. Buy a municipal bond (except in California or New York) Invent something that will be useful in the marketplace, and get it patented. Give to a worthy charity.

– Jon Grant

Jon Grant on August 13, 2010 at 12:20 pm

Read Genesis 3:4-7, THE original scam. This is just another repackaging of the same old lie that you can be like G-d and do what G-d can do. Aside from that, I actually cheer for this guy because, as the great Lee Rodgers would say, (to paraphrase) stupid people should not be allowed to walk around with money in their pocket; you could argue that for 5 G’s an hour, he’s actually doing society a small favor!

T. Y. on August 13, 2010 at 9:21 pm

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