The Press: Catalogue of Caveats

Who but Ralph Nader would liken a pickup truck carrying a camper box around a tight turn to a circus elephant with one leg raised? Or another pickup in an S-turn to a round-bottomed dinghy during a squall? Who at the same time would warn that baby shampoos, their ads notwithstanding, will probably sting the eyes of some infants? Or declare that the most persistent cheating at supermarket meat counters is plain, old-fashioned short-weighting?

Who else but Consumer Reports, a monthly magazine that has been cataloguing caveats for shoppers since before Nader was old...

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