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Uses comic exaggeration to explain movie marketing methods (and madness).
Lampoons superhero comic book conventions while describing the processes Consumers Union engineers used to test the durability of . . . superhero action figures.
Advice about sports-card collecting presented as a radio call-in show.
A typical claim vs. fact product-test of new bubblebums given a puckish spin.
To test the durability of binders (three-ring notebooks), Consumers Union engineers threw them into a huge revolving drum nicknamed the "Gorilla." (It has to do with an old American Tourister luggage commercial.) When I got the bright idea to demonstrate this to our readers ("Gorilla suits are funny") guess who was elected? Inside the gorilla suit