Is 2 Tickets to the Gun Show really a downloadable guide on how to blast your bi's and tri's with the supercompensation slingshot method to get the biggest arms ever in 4 weeks? LikeMe.net users investigate.
Drums, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/30/2013 -- An information product that explains and shows how to increase arm size, 2 Tickets to the Gun Show, has been creating controversy on the net. It has captured the attention of users on the consumer reviews web page, LikeMe.net, where participants have been talking about its merits: http://likeme.net/product/14010/2-tickets-to-the-gun-show/
2 Tickets to the Gun Show is an information product from Dan Trink. The product was unveiled a short while ago, to much fanfare. Much of the media hype was because of the claims of Dan, who says that 2 Tickets to the Gun Show is "a downloadable guide on how to blast your bi's and tri's with the supercompensation slingshot method to get the biggest arms ever in 4 weeks". Needless to say, this type of claim is bound to be controversial.
The controversy has manifested itself on the LikeMe.net web site, where users have jumped into the discussion. One comments on the way people concentrate on arms alone, forgetting other body parts, saying "It annoys me that there's generally so much focus of getting massive arms. I think…". Another remarks on the price seems very reasonable., saying "I thought this product has a very reasonable price considering what you see a lot of these…". Shoppers wishing to enter the discussion and look at the full gamut of opinions can do so here: http://likeme.net/product/14010/2-tickets-to-the-gun-show
Products of this nature often draw passionate opinions. The vendors are selling a thing that resolves a lot of problems for many people. Yet the question consumers often have is - is their solution genuine? In the case of 2 Tickets to the Gun Show, it appears that the debate on this issue will continue.
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