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Date: 16 Sep 2006 05:38:10
From: Omniryx@gmail.com
Subject: Why naive consumers make bad decisions about espresso
Could it be because they get bad advice?

http://www.splise.com/Espresso+Machine/category_807.html

Will





 
Date: 16 Sep 2006 10:17:44
From: daveb
Subject: Naive consumers make bad decisions about espresso
Yes, bad, BIASED advice -- and wanting to get cheap stuff.


Omniryx@gmail.com wrote:
> Could it be because they get bad advice?
>
> http://www.splise.com/Espresso+Machine/category_807.html
>
> Will



 
Date: 16 Sep 2006 09:38:59
From: Sheldon T. Hall - DO NOT MAIL
Subject: Re: Why naive consumers make bad decisions about espresso
On 16 Sep 2006 05:38:10 -0700, "Omniryx@gmail.com" <Omniryx@gmail.com >
wrote:

>Could it be because they get bad advice?
>
>http://www.splise.com/Espresso+Machine/category_807.html

Why should espresso be any different from any other specialty field?
The naive consumer, by definition, has no knowledge or experience.
Most journalists and reviewers are little better.

-Shel



 
Date: 16 Sep 2006 08:35:10
From: Harry Moos
Subject: Re: Why naive consumers make bad decisions about espresso
I'm not surprised that the discount store cheapies were rated so well. In
terms of numbers, I suppose it would be the deLonghi, Krups, Capresso, etc.
that sell the most. I am doubtful that the La Pavoni and Pasquini Livia are
that popular in the mass ket. Does it give a basis for their rankings?

<Omniryx@gmail.com > wrote in message
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> Could it be because they get bad advice?
>
> http://www.splise.com/Espresso+Machine/category_807.html
>
> Will
>