Fraud? Well, it's just "marketing"

This is just one of my all-time fave grumpy internet blogs. The whole site is dedicated to finding out how consumers are getting ripped off from various companies.

For example:

Some things always come in quarts: milk, motor oil, and mayonnaise, for example. You don’t have to look at the net weight statement, because a quart is 32 ounces, and that is what you always get.

Next time you go to the supermarket and pick up a quart-size jar of Hellmann’s (in the east) and probably Best Foods (in the west), you are going to be in for a little surprise.

*MOUSE PRINT: The net weight statement now reads “30 oz.” instead of 32.

The site is MousePrint.org.