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Alex Jones is one awesome guy who sells a steady stream of snake oil — both in the form of stupid conspiracy theories and also in the old-fashioned sense, with an “InfoWars Store” full of nostrums to enhance viewers’ virility, boost their stamina, bulk up their muscles, and load up their credit cards with debt that will be erased when SHTF and civilization collapses anyway, so don’t worry about it. No less an expert on surviving crisis situations than Roger Stone depends on Alex Jones Trucker Speed for the speed and stamina needed to escape Hillary Clinton’s Death Squads, except for the times the CIA has killed him. (Stone got better. Probably with help from InfoWars snake oil.) Earlier this year, New York magazine estimated Jones may bring in between $15 million and $25 million a year from selling overpriced vitamins and herbs and crap. As Gizmodo says of Jones’s shrieking rage factory, it’s really “a dietary supplement business hiding behind a debased, unreliable, and exhaustingly stupid news network.”

Jones worries about medical conspiracies all the time. He screams about how chemicals in the water are turning frogs gay and warns of the shadowy elites’ plans to bio-engineer themselves into semi-immortal cyborg supermen, while ordinary folk are medical-genocided by vaccines full of cancer. So of course the punchline is that a lab has found illegally high amounts of lead contamination in two of the products Jones pitches through his website.

The Center for Environmental Health (CEH) (whose work Gizmodo notes Jones has cited in InfoWars stories about how The Powers That Be are poisoning you) bought samples of the products online at InfoWars, and found a whole lotta lead in “Neanderthal Pre-Human Drink Powder” and “Myco-ZX.” Newsweek has the heavy metal details:

“The chemical was found in the Infowars Caveman Paleo Formula and the Info Wars Myco-ZX supplements. People who take the daily recommended dose of the Formula product would ingest more than twice the daily limit for lead under California law. People who take the Myco-ZX product would ingest more than six times the daily limit for lead under California law,” a CEH release said.

Caveman Paleo Formula is a “bone broth drink mix” that “harnesses the power of ancient supernutrients with cutting edge nutraceutical science.” It contains bee pollen and turmeric root.

Myco-ZX is “an all-natural blend of potent herbs and enzymes that support the body’s healthy detoxification of yeast and undesirable fungal organisms.” It contains licorice root and anise seed.

CEH has filed a legal notice in California against InfoWars, claiming the products violate state laws against businesses exposing Californians to “significant amounts of chemicals in the products they purchase” without notifying consumers of the risk. The research director for CEH, Caroline Cox, says she’s not trying to hurt Jones’s business, but rather to protect the public from people selling stuff with lead in it. Sounds like a worthy goal either way!

CEH isn’t the only organization to test Jones’s trucker speed products. In August, Buzzfeed hired a lab to test six InfoWars supplements and found that while they did contain the substances listed on the labels (and no nasty surprise heavy metals), the amounts in the InfoWars supplements were actually lower than similar products you could buy cheaper elsewhere. Caveman Paleo Formula and Myco-ZX were not among the products Buzzfeed subjected to testing, although the research team did look at the listed ingredients and said they were unlikely to do much of anything (“lead” wasn’t listed, for some reason). Buzzfeed’s contracted lab also didn’t test “Brain Force,” the supplement that kept Stone safe from Hillary’s death squads, though its review of the label ingredients said, “At the current serving size, however, dosing is significantly lower than expected for most ingredients.”

Be careful, Mr. Stone. What if Hillary’s death squads are getting their brain supplements at GNC?

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  • SpideySenser

    “Neanderthal Pre-Human”…You are what you eat.

  • bubbuhh

    Little known (fact although Alex Jones appears to know it): Lead tastes good. It has a sweetish taste. That’s why little kids get into eating lead paint chips.

  • TundraGrifter

    This reminds me of Boss “I wasn’t wrong; I was misinformed” BlunderRush shilling for that patent medicine to relieve cold symptoms that destroyed the sense of smell of some people who tried it. Turns out you shouldn’t just shove zinc up your nose. Who knew?

    • Suttree

      Jeez. I used to go to the galvanizers to pick up our steel fabrications. If there are any people out there, running free, that are more fucked up than that bunch of guys, I do not want to be in the same state as them.

    • theblackdog

      Zicam was the brand I remember it being sold under. It was pretty mainstream for years until people found out it wasn’t as effective as they thought, and the loss of sense of smell thing.

      • TundraGrifter

        Agreed. It was jamming the sticks up into the nostrils that produced the unfortunate side effect. But Boss BlunderRush assured the rubes and gulls that was just a lie.

        • theblackdog

          Ah, that part I had missed. I only used the “spray” and that wasn’t supposed to go very far up the nose.

  • armed_bears

    New patron saint of Flint, MI?

  • bbayliss

    Lead? That explains a few things.

  • The Rain in Spain’s Therapist
    • wide_stance_hubby

      The gift wrap is shiny?

    • bubbuhh

      They stoopit.

    • Gosala

      Follow the money

    • wide_stance_hubby

      Easier citizen management.

    • AJ Milne

      Being straw boss in a banana republic is the height of their ambition?

    • Bright Bart

      sell more Brawndo.

    • Oblios_Cap

      They all own stock in the canned clam distributors?

      • Michael Smith

        Well that would explain their general monstrousness!

    • Chyron HR

      Alternative IV: Liquidate the surplus population and move to domed cities with the survivors as a slave underclass.

    • Michael Smith

      I think they keep Americans underfed, underpaid, underinsured, uneducated, and unsafe because the GOP is the party of the rich and they don’t want to pay their employees, nor do they want any of their profits being taxed and used for programs that they don’t need, but that regular people do need.

      As for un-informed (and, again, uneducated), I think knowledge of the reality of the GOP’s policies would turn most Americans against them. The GOP serves the rich, but most Americans aren’t rich – therefore, most Americans naturally wouldn’t vote Republican. So to get more than just the few rich people to vote for them, they need to make sure that as many Americans as possible are uninformed and uneducated, in order that they might be more easily manipulated.

      Overly paranoid is part of the above. The GOP must convince non-rich people to support a party that so obviously goes against their interest. So the party instills in them a deep sense of suspicion and a constant fear that anyone who promises them anything good is just lying and trying to trap them. Thus, you create a group of voters who will, counter-intuitively, vote for people who clearly screw them, because at least they are honest, rather than people who will benefit them, because they are probably actually working for an internationalist world government agenda that will enslave us all.

      As for over-armed, I think it is a combination of representing the pockets of gun manufacturers, and the knowledge that their party’s policies have been moving in an anti-democratic direction for several decades and that at some point the apparatus of state may fight back. In such a situation, you have a veritable army of outraged loyalists who are certain of the righteousness of your cause, all of whom are highly armed and might be able to get Republicans the thing they really want – an oligarchic autocracy without even the pretense of democracy.

  • Vincent Ricola

    Hahahahahahaha.

  • AJ Milne

    ‘Stone got better…’

    Hrm…

    Y’know how in Buffy, frequently the undead had really odd fashion sense? Always wondered what was up with that. Like: are they saying ‘this is how people dressed when they died’, or mebbe being undead, they hadda shop at thrift stores or rob people’s attics (or older tombs)? Or just wound up a bit ‘off’ in that peculiar way, not quite able to pass as standard California 90s…

    … so, anyway: alternate/related working conjecture: maybe Stone was originally killed by the Killary death squads on the set of a Tim Burton movie?

  • Baconzgood

    I saw Semi-immortal Cyborg Supermen open for the Melvins at the CBGBs back in ’92.

  • WotsAllThisThen

    This explains a lot about his show. Thanks, Wonkette! The world makes sense again.

  • TheGrandWazoo2

    You take the pills and then go out in the sun and sweat bullets. Patriotism!

    • bubbuhh

      What calibre(very important)?

  • Anna Elizabeth

    Fake Photo! There’s no BBQ sauce on the nipples of one Alex Jones, Esq.

    • Daniel

      He’s started lactating it himself. Or, you know, whatever the Latin for “barbeque sauce” is.

      • ahughes798

        Barbecue condimentum.

    • wide_stance_hubby

      Thank you for pointing out that is his front. He has such an odd shape, it looks like it could be back or front.

      • Daniel

        I understand thanks to Alex Jones Patent Buttock Builder he also has shoulder blades in his arse, and three grundles.

        • Oblios_Cap

          Truly an idiot Adonis. If Adonis looked like Mr. Hyde.

  • PubOption

    “Bonus, it will mess up the government x-ray machines at the airport.”

    • WotsAllThisThen

      It’s important to protect the privacy of our vital bodily fluids.

      • Suttree

        I really doubt that Alex is giving his essence to anyone.

    • Courser_Resistance

      AND protect you from radiation!

      Not really sure how that works from the inside-out.

  • OrG

    Considering his clientele, maybe we should just let the free market sort this out.

  • weejee

    The lead explains Jones’ unending rage. There must be mercury too and also, to help explain the crazy.

    • Suttree

      Mercury was once thought to cure STDs. if you crammed it up your urethra. No one tell him that this isn’t the case.

      • clubseal

        Hide your thermometers.

        • Suttree

          No not there!

    • armed_bears

      They might try slipping in some lithium.

  • WotsAllThisThen

    “Have you been eating Alex Jones’ lead supplements?” Is going to be my standard response around the dinner table this Thanksgiving.

    • Bright Bart

      OMG yes!

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    • The Rain in Spain’s Therapist

      I wash them down with a bulk bucket of Jim Bakker slop.

  • Oblios_Cap

    If Jones is taking his own products, it would go a long way toward explaining his behavior.

    • Suttree

      You would think that there is some sort of lethal dose of lead. Apparently you have to be put in a boiling cauldron of it.

      • Oblios_Cap

        I thought the lethal dose was about the size of a bullet.

        • Courser_Resistance

          Depends on the method of ingestion.

  • Suttree

    “It’s my right as an American to eat as much lead as I want! Also too, do you know what the queer frogs are doing to our soil?”
    -Everyone stupid enough to listen to sack of shit

    • wide_stance_hubby

      And when the gay frogs wear their assless chaps, their naked ass touches the soil and contaminates it, right?

      • Suttree

        “Do frogs even have testicles? Check and mate!”

        • wide_stance_hubby

          He would know, having shoved plenty of cloaca in his mouth.

          • Marion in Savannah

            EWWWWW….

          • wide_stance_hubby

            This is Wonkette and you know what you’ve signed up for, Marion.

          • The Wanderer

            Hmm. Y’know, I’ve never written cloaca porn . . .

          • Marion in Savannah

            Thanks. I assume your comment comes with lots of thoughts and prayers?

    • Beanz&Berryz

      Some “scientists” say lead is bad for you, but why believe them when we have these great results from our products?

  • Beanz&Berryz

    So why don’t Liberal MommyBlogs get millions of ameros selling Golden Unicorn Essence or SmartyPants Pills? We’re gullible rubes like InfoWars consumers, or so they say….

    • Courser_Resistance

      I think there are actual vitamins called Smarty Pants. Can’t remember where I saw ’em but yikes!

    • aureolaborealis

      Gwyneth Paltrow is already on that:

      http://goop.com/

  • Oblios_Cap

    “At the current serving size, however, dosing is significantly lower than expected for most ingredients.”

    That’s what she said.

  • alwayspunkindrublic

    For people who grew up eating paint chips, I guess the craving never goes away.

    • Ricky Gay

      “The more they chew,
      The more they believe you!”

  • Joe Beese

    InfoWars dick pills have made me a sexual tyrannosaurus, no lie.

  • Anna Elizabeth

    Dude is *supposedly* a year younger than I am. I think he might want to re-think his nutritional intake and supplements plan if that is true.

    • jesterpunk

      Steve Miller is 7 years younger then I am and looks 40 years older then me. Something about being a conservative ages you quickly, either that or there is someone stealing their life forces.

      • Anna Elizabeth

        Maybe mainlining on hate is bad for their looks?

  • jesterpunk

    “Dont listen to those elitist scientists, they where educated in liberal indoctrination camps in Walmart basements as part of Agenda 21.”

    Alex Jones

    https://media.giphy.com/media/svb8tKSIpGfHq/source.gif

    • Oblios_Cap

      So that’s what Jade Helm was really all about.

  • Panika MCD

    they put lead in the Iron Man supplements? I smell a new conspiracy involving the postal service.

  • clubseal

    “Neanderthal Pre-Human Drink Powder”
    Weird how he’d define the average brain power of his listeners right in the product name.

  • Aileen

    Every time I see a photo or especially video of Alex Jones, I immediately think, “that is someone who is not going to live very much longer due to a variety of poor lifestyle choices.” I really prefer my snake oil salespeople to be very thin, tan, white of tooth and with a visible thigh gap.

  • Jeffocaster in the West

    My new diet plan: Seeing pics of Alex Jones just before I eat lunch. Appetite gone! Weight lost!

    • The Wanderer

      I’ve watched scat porn. I find his pics distasteful, but not that off-putting.

  • The Wanderer

    So the ingredients include Buncombe, Codswallop, and they’re in holistic snake-oil dosages? Apart from the lead, of course.
    TMYK.

    • Jeffocaster in the West

      Hornswallop, too.

  • harryr

    “nutraceutical”? Is that even a word?

  • Notreelyhelping

    “People say radiation is bad for you. Pernicious nonsense!”

    • Courser_Resistance

      ISWYDT

  • Anna Elizabeth

    Just for the Hell of it, here are the listed ingredients of “Brain Force”:

    Bacopa Herb Extract: Traditionally used as an important neurological tonic and cognitive enhancer in Ayruvedic medicine.
    Alpha-GPC: A natural compound found in the brain that delivers choline, a water-soluble essential nutrient, across the brain barrier.
    Yerba Mate Leaf Powder: Containing natural amounts of caffeine, yerba mate is also loaded with polyphenols like quercetin, as well as potassium, magnesium, and manganese.
    Phosphatidylserine: An important chemical that is responsible for a number of important functions within the body, phosphatidylserine is particularly known for its maintenance of cell structure in the brain.
    L-Theanine: An amino acid that is one of the key constituents of green tea, l-theanine helps transmit nerve impulses in the brain.
    Vitamin B12: Vitamin B-12 promotes energy production through supporting the body’s natural processes of the adrenal glands, red blood cell formation, and many others.
    Black Pepper Fruit Extract: taken from the Piper nigrum fruit, black pepper has been used since antiquity as a form of traditional medicine, and was chosen by our chemists to give Brain Force PLUS an extra kick.

    $20 bucks on sale. Cure your Lead deficiency!

    • wide_stance_hubby

      So, in layman’s terms, crazy pills.

      • Anna Elizabeth

        Caffeine and Amino acids.

      • Hamilton Ω, AKA Formerly DN

        Alex just want his followers to keep up with him better.

    • The Wanderer

      They didn’t list Fraudulin?

    • Spotts1701, Nothingburger Chef

      I love how they sell it as “black pepper fruit extract”. Instead of, you know, black pepper that is no different that what you get in the store.

      • Anna Elizabeth

        Yeah. xD I imagine if you made a mug of decent Green Tea and put some Honey and a few dashes of cracked Black Pepper in it you could achieve the same effect for pennies-on-the-dollar.

        IE – a slight caffeine buzz, a little energy, and the added benefit of a few trips to urinate.

        • The Wanderer

          Gotta keep those kidneys healthy!

    • Christopher Story

      My favorite is “Ayruvedic Medicine.”

    • Aggle Wok

      Brain Farce?

      • Anna Elizabeth

        Yes.

  • alwayspunkindrublic

    And these are the people who think vaccines are dangerous.

    • EXACTLY.

    • Bright Bart

      cuz they dont have enough lead in them.

      • Covfefe

        In Alex’ defense, his products put lead in your pencil, which none of y’all seem to appreciate.

        • Aggle Wok

          I thought cialis put lead in your pencil

        • SpideySenser

          But…but…but…these are the people we DO NOT want reproducing.

    • SpideySenser

      You know… morons.

  • GreenGoldSharpie

    I’m sure lead will make his followers more sane.

  • Did Buzzfeed test any of the stuff he sells that gets smeared on men’s taints?

    • Courser_Resistance

      He has stuff like that? uuurrrrg…

      • Daniel

        Yup. Powdered glass cream.

    • Christopher Story

      If your eliminations are so messy you need a wet nap to clean yourself afterword, I would suggest more fiber in your diet.

  • Crank Tango
  • TheGrandWazoo2
  • HZ81

    I was a chronic masturbator until I saw that pic of Alex Jones flexing. Now. I am dead below the waist.

    Thanks, Alex?

    • Covfefe

      HZ81! Alex currently has a 10% off special on the cure for that!

      • HZ81

        The cure is worse than the disease. Worse!!!

        • Covfefe

          I take it you’ve tried Alex’ cure.

      • HZ81

        Yeah, like all wingnuts (see Rush— or better yet, don’t) he doesn’t seem to possess a mirror. He shouldn’t have his shirt off unless the court orders it or he’s being examined for moles.

    • Christopher Story

      What is it with these middle aged “alpha males” and their need to constantly flex their dad bods? See Putin.

    • clubseal

      Better than a terminal masturbator. I guess?

    • Aggle Wok

      The hair on your palms should fall out in a week or so

  • GreenGoldSharpie

    I’m actually looking forward to the day when some of these supplements contain more estrogen then I get from a weekly shot.

    That’ll amuse me greatly.

    • Courser_Resistance

      Me too!

  • Persistent Demme

    Like they weren’t stupid enough.

  • jesterpunk
    • Courser_Resistance

      Lately, I’ve heard of all kinds of truly disgusting non-dairy beverages being marketed. One of them is extremely similar to Malk, above and comes in fancy glass bottles. It might be the one made out of pea squeezings, (GAH! THE HORROR!)

      • It may as well be canned clams

        • Oblios_Cap

          MONSTEROUS!

        • jodyleek

          Ya know, if you took those canned clams and squeeeeeezed ’em real hard, you could make canned clam “milk” and sell it to all the hipsters for bigly bucks.

      • Joe Beese

        Being lactose intolerant (one of the great tragedies of the Jewish people), I pretty much have to use non-dairy creamer in my coffee.

        I’ve actually come to prefer the taste, fortunately. I just choose not to think about what it’s made of.

        Let’s face it: If you confronted head-on everything that’s going on in your body, especially at a microscopic level, you would be in bad shape head-wise.

        • clubseal

          Almond Milk is actually not that bad, along with some non-dairy ice cream treats (my sister is lactose intolerant).

        • A friend of mine (who, incidentally, is Jewish) refers to it as “Mello-Ream Coffee Whitener.”

        • Thiazin Red

          I don’t even want to think about it. Thank you northern European DNA.

        • Fartknocker

          Mrs. Fartknocker requires Bailey’s in her coffee every Sunday morning and after any holiday meal.

        • MrTusks

          I have a small soy creamer in my work fridge just because it keeps longer than dairy. I got used to it. It’s…nutty? Beany? Somewhere around there.

      • They will pry my glass of cold milk and slice of chocolate cake out of my cold, dead hands.

        • Aggle Wok

          I can take or leave milk, but fuck if I’m gonna drink my coffee without half and half

          • Courser_Resistance

            Same here.

          • jodyleek

            Amen to that, sister!

      • theblackdog

        Yeah my dad sent a pic of the pea juice, I may have made some terrible jokes about it.

      • TJ Barke

        I tried Yoohoo not that long ago because it’s touted as being delicious. It was decidedly gross.

        • jesterpunk

          Yoohoo is only good when you had it as a kid then drink it later and remember when you didnt have adult responsibilities.

          • TJ Barke

            I think I’ll just stick with Umpqua chocolate milk.

        • Courser_Resistance

          I had a bf for a short time who liked Yooho. I was never tempted to try it.

          • TJ Barke

            Good call.

      • therblig

        Soylent? who thought that was a good name?

      • Natalie Au Natural Hedonist

        My sister is fad health food person who jumped on the almond-milk craze. Hint, it is crushed almonds and water, less nutritious than eating a handful of almonds. That’s right it is not milk at all just…nut juice.

  • Zonath

    Another example of the Peoples’ Republic of California playing the nanny state with its job-killing and business-killing over-regulation. If this stuff is really bad for people, the free market will undoubtedly fix it, like it did for lead paint, leaded gasoline, and DDT.

    • TheGrandWazoo2

      In unsurprising news, Jones and many of his associates had been calling for the ban on DDT to be lifted because of some mosquito borne virus scare.

      • Zonath

        Seems about right. Chemtrails are going to sterilize us all, but the stuff we know is a bioaccumulating poison and endocrine disruptor? Why do you hate freedom?

        • TJ Barke

          Conspiracies to poison us all, conspiracies to not poison us all, who can explain it?

        • Covfefe

          Nuther true story. We used an endocrine disrupter in Vietnam to disrupt the growth of trees and every other living thing. Used so much of that stuff the Veterans Administration has adopted a presumption that if you spent a few weeks on the ground anywhere in Vietnam and caught diabetes, it was caused by that endocrine disrupter.

      • Courser_Resistance

        I ran through clouds of that shit as a kid when in rural Illinois.

        • Aggle Wok

          Some of my older relatives have told stories of how the kids used to chase the spraying trucks through the clouds of DDT.

          • Courser_Resistance

            That would be me and my brother. But honestly, it really wasn’t that often. We had cousins who lived in the country that we visited a couple of times a summer. The trucks only came through the ‘burbs, where we lived, in the really bad years. But God knows what was in Yard Guard back in the day. We used fucking gallons of the stuff.

      • Suttree

        I never found out what they were fogging in New Orleans with. There were trucks that drove around in the middle of the night that threw up massive amounts of some kind of mosquito spray.

    • Oh jeez, that reminded me! I’m cleaning out my late mother’s house so it can be sold, and I found a really old bottle of DDT in the cellar. I have no idea what to do with it.

    • jodyleek

      When my husband was a wee lad, he and his 3 sisters would go across the street to a factory lot and jump in the warm, soft piles of what they called “mica”. Turns out it was asbestos.

  • TJ Barke

    Lead poisoning explains so much about AJ and his audience…

  • See? Now homeopathy doesn’t sound so bad, does it? VIALS OF TAP WATER! Woo!

    • When I first got out of grad school and was very poor, I worked in a health food store. Watching people buy all that snake oil shit was so sad. What a scam. And I don’t mean just homeopathy; the crap that Jones and health food stores sell in their vitamin sections are included. A vial of 5-Hour Energy has more health benefits than any of this crap.

    • cheetojeebus

      Flint tap water?

      • No! No! Not Flint water. We use only the finest water from a dilapidated Chinese Prison built over a former copper mine that money can buy!

        • Covfefe

          True story. When the Irish first come to Butte, there was no public water supply, so they just scooped up the water from the ditches they dug around the mines. There was more than just copper in those hills. The only thing they had to cut the taste of the water was Kentucky Bourbon. To this day, you go to Butte and ask for “ditch water” or “a ditch,” they give you bourbon and water.

    • Bobathonic

      Oh, it’s that much *more* harmful, with the lead diluted out!

    • Covfefe

      Certified 100% Natural Flint Tap Water

      Oooops. cheetojebus beat me to it.

  • Dept. of Space Tacos

    OT: Oh lord, Royal Carribbean Cruise lines tried to get money from the Deepwater Horizon fund.

    “According to RCCL, during that time frame, the oil spill diminished the beauty and desirability of the Gulf waters, which, in turn, discouraged consumers from purchasing RCCL’s cruises. As a result, RCCL allegedly suffered more than $330,000,000 in losses.”
    http://www.ca5.uscourts.gov/opinions/unpub/16/16-30849.0.pdf

    • Anna Elizabeth

      OT – I saw 2 more Apache helicopters today. One flew almost right over me, at about 1000 feet Above Ground Level.

      • Christopher Story

        I see a bunch of Chinooks around here.

        • Anna Elizabeth

          Chinooks are cool, I see them sometimes. I used to know a guy flew the MH Chinook in the Special Operations Aviation Regiment. He was also a Cosplayer in Vader’s Legion.

          • Christopher Story

            You meet the most interesting people. I like the Chinooks because they’re so unique and easy to identify. Whiteman AFB is here in Missouri, where they house all the B-2 bombers. That’s neat to me.

          • Anna Elizabeth

            :) Being into wargames and such I’ve met a lot of people in the service.

            B-2s are pretty cool. I saw one in a Fly-By over Downtown Colorado Springs after Operation Desert Storm.

          • Christopher Story

            I like them because they still look so futuristic. And the fact that they are the backbone of our nuclear triad is, I dunno… Humbling. To have something so important and so powerful a days drive from me is, yeah… Humbling.
            But I think my favorite will always be the Black Bird. To me, that platform was downright iconic. And if I remember correctly, it still holds the record for highest flight!

          • Anna Elizabeth

            I think so, I love the SR-71 as well. It’s incredible to me that the SR-71 was designed with Slide Rules in the ’50s and has still not been surpassed.

          • Christopher Story

            Back when R & D science was still pure and revenue wasn’t a part of the equation.

          • Skeptical_thinker

            Back when “skunk works” projects weren’t just allowed, they were encouraged!

          • Jamalama

            I’ve seen the Blackbirds once in Missouri when I lived there. We were traveling from Clinton back to KC and I saw one sitting out near Knob Noster, i guess that’s Whiteman AFB. It was absolutely cool and yet terrifying because I thought some shit was gonna go down right then and there. I mean, it was just two years previous I had seen the Day After and that freaked me the FO because we lived in that area!

      • Dept. of Space Tacos

        heh, I thought about you today cause I saw the piddly lil police chopper. Damn thing looked like a toy.

        • Anna Elizabeth

          xD Baby Helo!

      • Dept. of Space Tacos

        also too, that’s awesome!

      • They do that around here when there’s a president coming into town. Not just ours, any country’s president. Even the president of the Virgin Islands.

      • Dutchman

        We live at a high point near Dobbins Air Reserve Base and get flyovers multiple times daily by a wide range of military craft. It’s a known nav point for both military and civilian aviation. Apaches, serveral Blackhawk variants, Pavehawks, C-130’s, C-5s and more. I only pay attention when they’re treetopping.

        • Anna Elizabeth

          Yeah, Pueblo Memorial – same-same. Space likes Apaches. :)

      • Jeffocaster in the West

        The Apache Nation has helicopters? Whoa. Are they a nuclear nation yet?

      • TheGrandWazoo2

        Up here in the Springs it’s a daily occurrence.

      • Old Nick

        I live in Ridgecrest next to the China Lake Naval Air Station . All kinds of interesting things fly over and other things blow up. The Sidewinder missile was developed here back in the day.

        • Anna Elizabeth

          Nice! I read about how they developed the Sidewinder. At one point they strapped missile-body and seeker-head to Navy cars and tore around the back country to see if the Seeker would track. :D

    • Jeffocaster in the West

      I had to spend a miserable week in New Orleans during the spill. And wasn’t paid for my services. I want $100,000,000 in compensation.

      • I had to hear about it for every news cycle for months. I want at least 5 million.

        • Jeffocaster in the West

          GRANTED! Let’s sue the shit out of Deep Water Horizon.

    • Everrett Fanuelli

      I saw it on tv. It hurt my feelings. Give me money.

    • wide_stance_hubby

      Tittybaby capitalists.

    • Suttree

      I lived in New Orleans at the time. I couldn’t eat gulf oysters and shrimp for years. I deserve a McLaren F1, a lifetime supply of booze, and Lori to STFU forever.

    • wide_stance_hubby

      Coverage of it made me miss my stories, so where’s my 10 million?

    • BearGHAZI

      When I look in the mirror, I’m uglier than I used to be. So I sue my mom?

  • Mr. Blobfish

    “exhaustingly stupid news network” *snicker*

    • TheGrandWazoo2

      And it’s Trump approved!

  • Anna Elizabeth

    “What’s that weird thing on Alex Jones’ neck?”

    It’s ‘is ‘head, Mum.

  • UncleTravelingMatt

    Nutraceutical?

    • Bitter Scribe

      That’s been a food industry buzzword for a while now. Generally speaking, it means food consumed mostly for its (purported) health benefits.

  • Anna Rompage

    And in other news…

    We’ll all get a great view of Uranus tonight, and we won’t even need a telescope…

    Sounds like my cat every evening that she climbs on my chest, and she flashes me the pink eye…

  • Mavenmaven

    This is why the right wants to shut down the FDA, EPA, etc.

    • TJ Barke

      We can’t allow the masses to set up regulatory agencies to defend themselves from corporate malfeasance and negligence! That’s democracy which is also communism.

  • Aggle Wok

    Does he sell tapeworms? I’ve been meaning to do something about my muffin top.

  • cheetojeebus

    MK Ultra Supplements for the man who sees….things! Your mind will never be the same!

  • tehbaddr

    ‘Caveman Paleo Formula is a “bone broth drink mix”’
    Fuck that! I just chew the bones of my victims!

    • UncleTravelingMatt

      So, bouillon powder?

      • tehbaddr

        Bullion cubes/powder are mostly salt and MSG, really sad. weak, pathetic stuff!

      • alpacapunchbowl

        Oh my sweet baby jeebus the term bone broth is so stupid. I cook a lot. My ex used to hop on all the healthy food trends and when that one got big he asked me if we (I) could make bone broth some time. So I says to him, I says “you know how when I make roast chicken I keep the remaining bones and stuff and freeze them? And then when I make chicken noodle soup I take all that stuff and simmer it in the slow cooker for several hours? That’s “bone” broth.”
        Ex-bf: “oh.”

    • Anna Elizabeth

      “Tebaddr, people see you as something of an Ogre.”

      “Why, I’l club them and chew on their bones!”

      • tehbaddr

        I should be more civilized about it, say roast the bones and make a sort of Pho broth.

        • Anna Elizabeth

          There’s a good fellow. Modern Ogre for the 21st Century.

          • tehbaddr

            I really should renew my subscription to Modern Ogre magazine. You’d be surprised at the nifty tricks and helpful hints they have to fit into today’s society!

          • Anna Elizabeth

            “101 Ways to make your Cave a showpiece”

    • Joe T.

      I heard Alex Jones tried that, which explains the kuru.

  • armed_bears
    • wide_stance_hubby

      JFC

    • Trump’s Potemkin Village

      I saw that on RS. So sad! Poor baby.

    • MynameisBlarney

      Tell me that ain’t true.
      Please.

      • Joe T.

        The bad news is that this is true.
        The good news is that the baby is being treated at St. Jude, so the costs are being covered.

    • Christopher Story

      But John McCain made vague references to nativism and pouted about isolationist policies, so everything’s better now, right?

  • Resistance Fighter Callyson

    Jones may bring in between $15 million and $25 million a year from selling overpriced vitamins and herbs and crap

    I’m just going to leave this here:
    http://www.quackwatch.com

  • Trump’s Potemkin Village

    Photoshopped. He’s much bloatier and hairier than that.

    • Thiazin Red

      Hes built like a gym teacher. All the male gym teachers I had in school had in shape arms and legs, but also flabby torsos.

  • Mr. Blobfish

    maybe in the ’50s or ’60s you could slap an X or a Z on the end of something and it would sound scientific. But still?

    • jesuswasablack

      It still workz! Believe me!

    • tehbaddr

      No, no, no! The x or z goes in the front or middle. Just look at all the name brand drugs from the past 50 years!

  • jesuswasablack

    “bone broth drink mix”

    I think we all know what kind of “bone broth” alex likes, be careful Alex too much bone broth and you’ll end up looking like this!

    https://i2.wp.com/theamericantribune.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/DHSTrYiXsAER0fw.jpg?fit=1200%2C910&ssl=1

    • Daniel

      Is there blood on his topmost shirt collar?

    • Trump’s Potemkin Village

      Gin enhanced bone broth for that one.

    • cheetojeebus

      Tha fuque?

      • Daniel

        The sad thing is Steve Bannon is actually Stephen Miller’s Tyler Durden.

    • Zippy W Pinhead
    • tehbaddr

      Eeeeewwwww! Is that a neck boil hanging over his collar?

    • Parakeetist

      He looks dead.

  • Vincent Ricola

    OT – Roger Goodell is the most uninspiring and boring speaker I have ever seen. ZZZZzzzzzzZZzzz.

    • Zippy W Pinhead

      poor Roger, he really is such a putz. I actually think he’s on the player’s side and believes in their issues, but he’s also deathly afraid of the owners and even more afraid of any negative ratings. He’s such an awful person in general, that it’s almost impossible to feel sorry for him though…

  • Cogswell – In a Mirror, Darkly

    Meh, lead poisoning is just another commie li’brul plot to take down good upstanding people like ol’ alex jones.

  • Moebym of the Returners

    This guy clearly has a deficiency, and I don’t mean of the nutritional kind.

  • WotsAllThisThen

    Every member of Trump’s cabinet is required to drink Lead Bone Broth to keep them on the same intellectual level as Trump.

    • UncleTravelingMatt

      Meat Science major libel!1!!!!1

  • ManchuCandidate

    That’s why they say Alex has a plumbed bottom.

    • Alienist

      ISWYDT.

    • Mehmeisterjr

      Wow, heavy, man!

      • TakingAmes

        *ducking tomato being hurled by Hardly Ideal*

  • Pisto75666

    Do we REALLY need more shirtless Alex Jones pics?

    • Anna Elizabeth
      • Pisto75666

        I had to ask.

        • Anna Elizabeth

          Sharing lessens the pain.

          • Pisto75666

            How true that is. My keyboard came close to getting a Pepsi bath though. Love you, Anna! :*

          • Anna Elizabeth

            ~hugs~ xD

        • Christopher Story

          Morbid curiosity is a hell of a thing

      • Daniel

        Why pay for brain floss that probably has fluoride in it?

        Alex Jones shows you how to make your own!

      • TakingAmes

        But why does he have socks over his ears?

      • Parakeetist

        Warn a person!

    • OrG

      I don’t.

      • Pisto75666

        It’s a universal law of averages. The people you never want to see naked always are, and vice versa.

  • bbayliss

    This fucking hearing is killing me. Guess I’ll tevo it.

  • Lance Thrustwell

    Alez Jones’ snake oils have lead in them?

    Heavy, man.

    • tehbaddr

      She’s not heavy, she’s my sister.

    • Hardly Ideal

      *hurls tomato*

  • Johnnymoreno

    Feeding his audience lead is just part of his turnkey operation,

  • Mehmeisterjr

    I knew that supplements made from distilled Flint drinking water would huge a big profit.

  • Jgb979

    Pretty sure the whole “feeding your audience lead paint” is a not a bug but a benefit of buying Alex Jones pudgy fat guy apocolypse shit

  • Bitter Scribe

    There was a good recent article in the New Yorker about essential oils. It mentioned InfoWars briefly, in the context of, weird crap with few or no health benefits gets sold among both the right and the left. IOW, snake oil is bipartisan.

    A few OT interesting points from that article:
    –Essential oils are insanely expensive, which is why they’re sold by the milliliter. A single barrel of frankincense, for example, costs hundreds of thousands of dollars. (Frankincense is in such demand, especially among religious types, that it’s leading to widespread damage in the ecosystems of the Middle East and the Horn of Africa, which are the only regions that grow the trees whose resin is processed into the stuff.)
    –Many essential oils are sold through direct marketing plans, like Amway. IOW, pyramid schemes, where a tiny fraction of the top makes almost all the money and practically everyone else ends up losing it. (The essential-oil people go through almost comical contortions to avoid the word “pyramid.” One of the funniest parts of that article was a woman saying “And you can see at the top of this pyra—uh, this triangle-shaped structure…”)
    –A lot of essential oil gets marketed and sold in Utah. Mormons make good targets for direct-marketing scams, because they tend to have big families and social networks already, and they are often trusting and vulnerable to scams in general.

    • tehbaddr

      See! Both sides do it!

    • Zippy W Pinhead
    • Rags

      I was in SLC when one of these essential oil marketing schemes was having a convention. Walking down the street, you would pass gaggles of them emitting so much scent that it was hard to imagine having to be near them for more than the brief moment needed to get upwind.

      • Bitter Scribe

        The author of the NYer piece mentions that, too. She actually visited one of those conventions and wrote something like, Rarely have I sneezed so often or been blessed so enthusiastically after doing do.

    • SomeBigRedDog

      Someone told me to put tea tree oil on a thing I had once and it burned my fucking skin.

      • Bitter Scribe

        The founder of one of the big two oil companies (the second was started by someone fired from the first) got into all kinds of trouble for practicing medicine without a license.

    • Mormons are good targets for direct marketing scams because their whole religion is one.

      Sure, Mitt gets to do mission work in France, but Elder Cuckwell, we’re sending your ass to Papua New Guinea!

    • Rocket Pony Ron

      ‘Essential oils’? So, like, 5W30?

  • Raan

    Maybe if we’re lucky, the lead will make them too damaged to follow us to the off-world colonies.

  • jesuswasablack

    I’ve been using Jone’s nascent iodine for years to treat my irritable bowel syndrome with diarrhea ( IBSWD), I don’t get the fast/irregular/pounding heartbeat, stomach pain, blood in the stools, mental/mood changes,severe headache, easy bruising or bleeding, dark urine, yellowing eyes and skin, leg pain or swelling, numbness or tingling of the arms/hands/legs/feet, unexplained muscle weakness, difficulty with speaking/chewing/swallowing/facial movements, vision changes, extreme fatigue, joint pain, or butterfly-shaped rash on the nose and cheek I sometimes get with other treatments!
    http://static.infowars.com/pptv/images/2013-09-26LiveShow_9_26.jpg

    • tehbaddr

      Did you ask Alex if it was right for you?

      • jesuswasablack

        No i didn’t he seems like an honest person?

    • MrTusks

      Hey, look at all those official looking seals! Must be legit! Let’s see…

      GMO-Free. That’s right, no highfalutin science here!
      Vegan…in fact, no organic products were used at all!
      MADE IN USA! USA! USA!
      I’ll bet even money the fourth one is completely made up.
      Gluten Free. You mean this isn’t made with 100% real wheat??
      Kosher. The cross-section here isn’t huge, but they needed another stamp to fill the space.

  • OrG

    Has Hillary condemned this yet? Hmmmm.
    What’s taking so long?

    • Christopher Story

      She has to shut up and go away again first

  • btwbfdimho

    Moron-in-Chief probably believes it takes a lot of lead to make a leader.

  • jesuswasablack

    “CEH isn’t the only organization to test Jones’s trucker speed”

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HFr0CzZti2M

  • WeaselPoo

    Smrt AJ customers don’t consume his products, they hoard them for bartering when the financial system collapses.

    • Stulexington

      I’m sorry, you lost me at “smart AJ customers”

  • Wuulf

    Risking great personal harm, I was able to acquire a copy of the questionnaire given to sciencey type people who apply for sciencey type jobs in DOTUS’S administration, and the correct answer that will guarantee sciencey type employment. I got it from Scott Pruitt’s secret file… https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/812e3423baa9eedbc2006fc78318bd65d0379ad65776ee537565ff7981f91cad.jpg

  • Biel_ze_Bubba
  • Sophia

    OT but I have to admit they have a point. Did she escape?

    https://twitter.com/prettyfunnymom/status/919996988271214592

    ‘Fake Melania Trump’ is the hilarious conspiracy theory 2017 has been waiting for

    https://www.rawstory.com/2017/10/fake-melania-trump-is-the-hilarious-conspiracy-theory-2017-has-been-waiting-for/

    • tehbaddr

      That explains the constant use of shades!

    • Biel_ze_Bubba

      It’s the Sexbot 21000. Drumpf got the limited edition – I hear it’s got some pretty cool options.

    • SeeTrain65

      Laura Benanti?

      Nah. She knows better than to get that close to Ol’ Pussygrabber.

  • SomeBigRedDog

    “support the body’s healthy detoxification of yeast and undesirable fungal organisms”

    I’m a microbiologist and all I can figure is that it cures . . . Jock itch?

    And before you all ask, yes dogs can be microbiologists. Humans aren’t as superior as you all seem to think.

    • tehbaddr

      I think he implies that it will make you more manly, by getting rid of any lingering micro-organisms that non health conscious women of the right wing persuasion might leave behind on your junk!

      • Biel_ze_Bubba

        Isnt’ that what the bleach enemas are for? I can’t keep track.

        Real medical technology is hard enough to keep up with; never mind the preposterous crap these loons pull out of their asses on a regular basis.

    • h4rr4r

      The conspiracy theory is that everyone has some kind of terrible yeast infections in their body at all times and you need this to cure that. It is totally bullshit.

      • SomeBigRedDog

        How is that a conspiracy? Did the reptilians give us the yeast infection in order to control our minds?

        • h4rr4r

          Yeah, maybe better just to call it woo.

          Same idea as alkaline water or magic healing blah blah.

      • marxalot

        It can’t possibly be “at all times,” I just took a course of diflucan or flagyl or some equally unpleasant metal-tasting horse pill about a year ago.

    • hendenburg2

      Everyone knows that dolphins and mice are the only Earth beings more intelligent than humans!

      • TakingAmes

        And the mice are actually pandimensional beings who only appear on our plane of existence as mice!

        • ahughes798

          And Crows and Jays and Ravens, also, too!

    • Historicat

      Flaunt your superiority to humans all you want. it’s not like your claiming cat level superiority or anything.

      • SomeBigRedDog

        Cat superiority? Don’t even. I’ve seen you on catnip and it ain’t pretty.

        • Historicat

          Cat nip is a beautiful, natural herb and I can quit any time.

          Anyway, I left a little something for you in the litter box, so go enjoy a nice treat.

        • ahughes798

          I taught one of my cats to jump through a hoop, from a foot stool to a bar stool. We’re working on shake a paw right now.

    • ahughes798

      Isn’t yeast a natural part of the human body? When it explodes in growth is when it causes problems, like jock itch, yeast infections, and athlete’s foot? Yes, I believe that dogs are microbiologists…the crotch sniffing is their way of testing you to see if anythings out of whack.

  • Daniel Hooper

    Yeesh; if I wanted to get filled with lead, I rather get shot. Probably be less painful than choking down AJ’s mystery tonics.

    • Hardly Ideal

      John Oliver got a bunch of his snake oil a month or so back for a segment, including that caveman stuff.
      “It tastes… *drinks* *coughs* …it tastes exactly how you’d expect from a drink made from domesticated bird corpses. *struggles to regain composure* It comes at you in waves.”

  • AlexDeGruven

    Obviously, this was intentional. Get stupid people to buy products that make them more stupid, so they’ll be more likely to buy more products to continue the cycle of stupidity.

    • Villago Delenda Est

      Ayup.

    • TimResistit

      ‘Cause they have “elec-tro-lytes”?

      • marxalot

        It’s what plants crave!

        • BouncyFlyer

          Unlike water, from the toilet, ‘[cause I never seen no plants grow outta no toilet!

  • Ωbjectifier
  • Caveman Paleo Formula, guaranteed to make you as smart as an Australopithecus!

    • Cliff Hendroval

      And ensure a 35-year maximum lifespan!

      • Natalie Au Natural Hedonist

        I guess there is a bright side to everything.

    • Rocket Pony Ron

      Well, ALMOST as smart.

    • SeeTrain65

      Nah. Australopithecus were possible tool users.

      InfoWars nuts are just tools.

  • Villago Delenda Est

    If Hillary actually had any death squads. Roger Stone would be long dead and buried and forgotten.

    • alpacapunchbowl

      We’d all be in a much better place if her death squads were as good as RWNJs think they are.
      With votes, of course.

    • Biel_ze_Bubba

      She lets him live just so you don’t think she has death squads.

      • HooverVilles

        Now there you go putting ideas into Jones’ head.

  • alpacapunchbowl

    Is this why right-wingers don’t think the Flint water crisis is a big deal?
    “We pay good money for our lead supplements and those uppity folk don’t even appreciate getting it straight from the tap!”

  • LeighBowery’sLuxuryComedy

    I’ve let my witch studies lapse, so don’t quote me on this; but isn’t licorice root a natural source of (..wait for it..)

    estrogen?

    • TakingAmes

      That explains Alex Jones’s man boobs, anyway.

    • ahughes798

      Yep.So are soybeans. The phytoestrogens in them are not as strong as the estrogen we make in our bodies, but they could be the explanation for Alex’s moobs, as TakingAmes noted.

    • Rocket Pony Ron

      No wonder he’s so emotional!

  • whitroth

    GAY FROGS? Oh, those Evil Frenchies….

  • Randy Riddle

    I told you all these people were eating lead paint! Wake up sheeples!

    • SeeTrain65

      “Delicious, but deadly.”

  • Viktor

    Is he still dating an escort, uhm, I mean massage therapist?

  • Boscoe

    “At the current serving size, however, dosing is significantly lower than expected for most ingredients.”

    So clearly Jones is buying other company’s products in bulk and diluting them before repackaging…?

    • Paperless Tiger

      Except for the uncut Russian bullshit.

    • Hardly Ideal

      Hey, that’s how I’d do it. Whether I’m doing hotfixes at work, DIY fun at home, or fleecing the paranoid, I always look for a more immediate and off-the-shelf solution first.

    • Rocket Pony Ron

      So not just snake oil, homeopathic snake oil.

      • HooverVilles

        Homeopathic snake oil.
        Using it!

    • HazooToo

      Nonono. You don’t give a child an adult dose of Tylenol. Their bodies are too small! It’s the same situation with the Brain Force doseage.

  • marxalot

    …I do get my supplements at GNC. Not the brain pills, though, those come from my friend who gets them from his friend from the internet.

  • An Outhouse for the résistance

    Is there a safe way to dispose of the toxic waste I purchased from Info Wars?

    • Biel_ze_Bubba

      If you see a pickup truck with a Drumpf bumper sticker, just toss the shit into the truck bed. There’s a fair chance the owner will ingest the stuff.

      • HooverVilles

        Especially the owners of the coal rollin Prius repellent trucks.

      • HooverVilles
        • SeeTrain65

          I see you’ve met my neighbor.

          (Joking. My neighbor is a great kid who works on cars and trucks. He knows better than to ruin his truck like this. There are, though, several others around this place who aren’t that smart.)

          • HooverVilles

            Last spring I saw one, almost exactly like this one, parked in our local grocery store parking lot. Dang, I wish I had a camera with me. I didn’t know there were any of these in my area, although I should have suspected there were one or more given the nature of the surrounding area.
            I understand it is not cheap and I do wonder what it does to the engine.

  • Historicat

    JFC – how much do I have to pay Wonkette to never ever show a shirtless Alex Jones picture ever again!?!?

    • Biel_ze_Bubba

      It’s pretty steep, but if you get the bundle that includes the nude Drumpf painting and the obese gun nut in a thong, it’s a good deal.

    • If you have to ask, you can’t afford it.

      • Historicat

        But what if I can’t afford not to?

      • Jeffery Campbell

        I will take another job if I must.

    • SeeTrain65

      “Listen, you gotta take the sour with the sweet. How many pygmy hippo videos have we provided you with lately? This is the first shirtless maniac photo we’ve done in a while. At least it wasn’t the Ron Jeremy Ammosexual photo again.”

  • Rocket Pony Ron

    I think we have the answer to why his listeners are so danged stoopid.

    • Perkniticky

      Does lead make you stupid? I thought it was supposed to make you violent… Actually, that makes sense too.

  • Major_Major_Major

    Elevated levels of lead in his products has filled in the last gap of the “InfoWars-Ragegasming Idiot” chain. Mayhaps there is a fuckton of mercury and/or supersyphulus as well in some of the others?

  • 3FingerPete

    It’s colloidal lead, intended to reverse the autism germs in gubmint vaccines. It also shields vital organs from x-ray surveillance.

    • SeeTrain65

      “An’ it makes thuh Chemtrailz taste like Cotton Candy!”

  • Me not sure

    MORE PEOPLE NAMED GUMBY PREFER TO EAT ALEX JONES’ LEAD THAN DOES NOT!
    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/a829a13c0763ce903001984eab43f1db7076048e8f53d66da58059bac75c44fe.jpg
    MY BRAIN HURTS!

  • Brian Loudermilch

    Seriously, This is No Big Deal. A daily dose of Lead isn’t going to change anything.
    Anyone buying Anything from Alex Jones is a Certified Moron or a Village Idiot
    BEFORE the Lead ever gets into their Mouth.

    • Me not sure

      Village idiots perform a valuable role in society.
      https://youtu.be/jF-CkMpQtlY

    • You are not thinking like a skilled grifter.
      The idea is to get them to buy the stuff, and deaden their brains with the lead, and keep watching your stuff, and buy more of your crap that keeps making them stupider.
      On and on and on.
      It is like bypassing the murder of education and going directly to the source!

  • Jon Sussex

    That image is very disturbing. I wish you’d chosen something else. I realize that it’s a shameful part of American history that we should never forget, but it’s too much.

    • doktorzoom

      Some people are aware of all internet traditions!

  • Nockular cavity

    Newsweek has the heavy metal details

    METAL LIBEL! m/

  • UnsaltedSinner

    If Alex Jones is on a steady lead diet, it could explain the state of his mind.

    • Tosca

      Came here to say this exact thing. If he’s suffering from lead poisoning it would explain a LOT.

  • BearDeLaOursistance

    Now we just have to wait for this cyborg to embrace Holocaust denial, and we’ll have ourselves a Six-Million-Didn’t Man.

    • Narc San Diego

      LMAO if only Ahole Joan’ s ( a new spin on his name) would read the comments in this thread. He would hopefully have a heart attack.

  • Left Coast Tom

    People who take the daily recommended dose
    of the Formula product would ingest more than twice the daily limit for
    lead under California law. People who take the Myco-ZX product would ingest more than six times the daily limit for lead under California law,

    Well, sure, “California” law…

    • Jesse

      Lead is more dangerous in California, the rest of the country should be fine.

  • rubikcube

    Maybe they want you to believe lead makes you sick. Ever think of that?

    • amrak63

      You forgot the snark tags.

  • Odd Jørgensen

    Less active ingredients than similar but cheaper products? Just proves that it`s superior stuff then, using homeopathic maths. And a government agency telling you not to take it is just proof it`s the good stuff.

  • Zyxomma

    Whole lotta lead. Was Jones’s company manufacturing in Flint?

    • amrak63

      Wasn’t “Whole Lotta Lead” an early hit for Luv Zeppelin?

      • Zyxomma

        Exactly.

  • sillyclucker

    Maybe there’s an unleaded version.

    • HooverVilles

      Nooooooo! That would mean regulating the invisible hand of the unregulated free market.
      Nope. Can’t have that.

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  • persistently_resistant_gayby

    GOOOD GOD PLEASE A TRIGGER WARNING WITH THAT HORRIFYING IMAGE

    • (((Aron)))

      ‘Do ya think I’m sexy???’

  • Narc San Diego

    I’m sure most everyone posting comments have heard of Gary Franchi. If not he is another charlatan news broadcaster that sells the same snake oil that Ahole Jones sells. Gary always has the most recent breaking news bullshit on his YouTube channel. “The Next News Network” is the name of this bogus, lying charlatan. Check him out he is hilarious.

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