So why does anyone purchase a Miracle Bamboo Pillow? That's where the miracle comes in. It's a miracle that anyone spends so much money on this pillow.
- a luxury class pillow
- one queen size pillow: $69.95, plus $14.95 shipping and handling
- "as seen on TV"
- more than half rated the pillow as only one star, out of five
- 33% would recommend it to a friend
- company has a C rating with the BBB
However, the latest ad from Miracle Bamboo Pillow (left) shows the price at $29.95 with a deceptive 2 for 1 offer. The true cost is $29.95, plus $9.95 for shipping and handling, plus $19.90 for the second. A total price of $59.80, or $29.90 each if you buy two. That's a nickel cheaper than Walmart, but only if you get two MBT pillows.
So, in conclusion, this is a splurge worth your interest. Sort of like drinking some expensive wine or scotch. If you feel you deserve it and can afford the expense, why not? Next? A new mattress?
And, by the way, did you know that Martin Luther King Day, to be observed on Monday, January 16 this year, is a national holiday? Only two other humans are so honored in the U.S., George Washington and Christopher Columbus.
Lucky Belly, where I had my traditional Belly Bowl, this time with some pink champagne:
I then headed over to Honolulu Harbor and was astonished to see all the stores closed at Aloha Tower:
I spent a week on this ship last month) in the background, and Hooters:
Way in back to the right you can barely see that structure where the State should move the staff to a much cheaper location and sell the building to the highest bidder. On the site of that electricity generating facility develop a hotel. One is certainly need for downtown Honolulu.
Blue Revolution University. Already at a protected oceanfront, and HPU fortuitously owns the Oceanic Institute.
Here are a few final photos:
The bottom photo is of a sea urchin, and the fish just above is a fugu, or balloon fish.