I don’t agree with you that advertisments have information that you want.
So, you’ve never learned of a new product through an ad? You’ve never used what you’ve seen on ads to decide where to buy something? You’ve never taken advantage of an advertised sale?
Nonsense. There’s definitely valuable information in ads — the problem is the poor signal to noise ratio.
More like a high bit error rate, and the proper thing to do with that is to reject the whole message. If the product is any good you will hear about it in other ways.
OK, you can rely on them telling you when and where, but not much more than that. Sales are usually a con, and best ignored.
I buy almost everything on line now bucause there is no advertising and real competition.
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