The first one is certainly not dumb. If I interpret your description correctly, it's the kind of faucet they use at hospitals for hygienic reasons. The problem is not turning it on, it's turning it off. My kitchen has something similar: it's elongated and needs to pushed vertically, so that I can easily turn it on and off with a tiny part of the back of my hand.
It does seem though that the advertisement itself is dumb.
Very common in kitchens are also foot switches to turn on the water (they also have them for trashcans), so you don't spread bacteria from raw chicken or raw eggs onto the faucet handle - a very serious consideration.
Or "before and after" pictures with completely different people:
I find those type of advertisements very funny. I especially love the 70-80 year old women on one side, and the 25-30 year old women on the other side, and the words "new wrinkle removing cream/gel/etc
Don't dismiss traditional medicines just because they aren't sold for a small fortune at a pharmacy counter, or distributed in a pill in a little plastic bottle.
There is also a significant difference between using a plant to cure something and using a 'cure' which is something which has been dilluited to an insane degree and apprently still works because 'water has a memory'...
Even worse is that stupid "geometrically perfect" water that is made by "speaking good words" over the water. The
"research" has it that if you speak 'negative' words over the water, it turns "bad", but if you speak positive words over it, it somehow changes the molecular structure of the water. Examples were speaking "hitler" spoiling the water. Apparently water molecules are up to snuff with history.
- clove oil = science
- magic water = bullshit
No, no, I'm afraid your wrong. The guy who sold it to me told me it gives +10 to my intelligence and after drinking it my super enhanced mind still thought it was a good deal, so it couldn't have been fake.