Re: Re: bi-tron tire safety solution

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Posted by Roger Stockburger on January 17, 1998 at 05:48:22:

In Reply to: Re: bi-tron tire safety solution posted by VAder on June 28, 1997 at 16:00:08:

So what's wrong with advertising (or should we rather say, talking about)
bi-tron (N/A/T/O) products on the internet?
After all, the stuff actually WORKS (unlike Slick-50!), and the internet
public has a right to know that there ARE ways you can make your engine
last longer, and run more efficiently, and there ARE ways you can save on
your fuel consumption, and there IS A WAY you can almost eliminate the
likelihood of ever getting a flat tyre.

Or could you be either:
1. Somebody who works for a large petrol company (or oil company), or
are you an engine rebuilder who is scared of going out of business?
If so, you have nothing to worry about, because just like not everybody
in the world will become an Amway distributor, putting the large super-
markets and department stores out of business, it is highly unlikely
that Bi-tron and the N/A/T/O system will ever take over and rule the
world - with both businesses, the opportunity exists whilst there are
sufficient non-users and non-members out there to prospect;


2. You are a friend of Sidney Schwartz, with a similar narrow-minded
attitude towards network marketing, and anything to do with success to
small entrepreneaurs.

Food for thought, had to put my 10cents in.

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