On some days the news is so bizarre that it’s hard to know whether it’s real or some parody on The Onion. Take a recent story in the Los Angeles Times about Brad Newman, an “entrepreneur” of sorts who is selling something he calls a ReviewerCard, according to columnist David Lazarus. The idea is that any Joe Restaurant-goer could buy one of these cards to show at restaurants — or any place else offering services, such as hotels, dentists or dog ...
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