Jane Wells Talks Real Estate Porn & The Hydrogen Water Hoax


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Thanks to superdeveloper Nile Niami and the OPUS property in Beverly Hills, real estate porn has been taken to a whole other level.

Originally, the term referred simply referred to people that admired and perused high-end real estate in much the same way that other people view pornography.  The new marketing video for the OPUS property took the term a bit more literally.

The video features a multitude of women, none of which are wearing much more than underwear, and most of which are wearing barely enough to leave viewers with any questions. 

OPUS is a $100 million property in Beverly Hills that includes seven bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, two swimming pools, a 10-car gallery, a champagne vault, a wellness center, a massage room, a beauty salon, a 15-person screening room, and the marketing video makes sure to show you every bit of it.

Read the full story at The Hollywood Reporter

Please don't fall for this new hydrogen water trend.

Just.  Please.  Don't.

Yes, we know Ryan Reynolds, Blake Lively, and Zac Efron all say it is super awesome.

Yes, we know they say the higher hydrogen concentration increases antioxidant activity, boosts energy, helps recovering from a workout, lowers inflammation, and slows of the aging process.

It doesn't.  Well, at least there's no scientific evidence to say it does.

Furthermore, it costs a ton.  Is a small bottle of water really worth $3?  Is a hydrogen tablet worth $1?  How about buying a hydrogen water machine for $500?

Exactly.

Read the full story at Men's Health


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