Note: The following was written on July 3, 2003

Yup, I know this title gets you excited. But hold your horse first.

Pfizer, the patent owner of Viagra, sues a little company, Joytime Herbal Tea Co. of Minneapolis, MN. Joytime sells an herbal tea called “Joyagra”. Pfizer claims Joytime has violated its trademark and sue for damages.

What the hell does this lawsuit has to do with Feng Shui then? As you may know, some Feng Shui classes advertise “Feng Shui Viagra” trick will be taught there. So Pfizer can potentially sue these organizers for damages.

Well, if your “horn dog” fails to stand up, why don’t you go to your doctor and beg for some free Viagra samples? It is a lot quicker and cheaper than shelling out a few hundred bucks to learn Feng Shui Viagra in a seminar.

Pretty soon I won’t doubt we will have “Feng Shui cloning”, “Feng Shui heart transplant”, “Feng Shui breast augmentation”, “Feng Shui hair-growing”,….. Sound ridiculous? Yes, it is. A simple way to handle all these Feng Shui craps would be building a Feng Shui Temple and let’s ask Feng Shui God for whatever we want, from bigger penis/ boobs to better paid jobs (make sure the job is close to where I live too, I don’t want to drive too long to work). We no longer need health insurance or freaking hospitals, plastic surgeons, hair-transplant clinics……

The basic premise of Feng Shui is to live in harmony with nature, but now some of us portray it as a magic bullet for almost any problems, including lust and greed.
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