"The new dress will get you noticed, you'll be more stylish and especially unique because it'll radiate your taste and sense of style." This was the final part of one of the emails that I get on a daily basis. One entrepreneurial lady (with which, of course, there's nothing wrong), who judging by the form and content of the email should already know personally, wanted to sell me something. The subject hardly falls into the spam category, because the letter is equipped with some very personal statements, but I read it twice, it already feels that my lady is actually doing me a favor of worrying about me and informing me about the novelties on today's market. All well and good, only if I actually cared about fashion. Not a connoisseur of fashion and cosmetics nor do I wish to know anything particular about it. It's just an area to which I have no true interest or attitude towards. The fact that these areas represent strong markets and employ millions of people, also don't move me excessively. Even sales of weapons and human organs exceed all market forecasts, but I don't appreciate those people involved any more. Anyhoo... After receiving very friendly and personal letters, seems like there's a lot of people living off trying to sell me all sorts of crazy things. From advice on hairstyles and dressing, to stacking up clothing in my closet (according to the latest fashion-aesthetic standards, pretty please) to use these and other ointments, creams and herbs... Winners of offers that I don't really need, would be from reliable modern healers of all kinds ~ astrologer, numerologists, and all those who make money on human credulity and inherited tendency to mysticism. Greater irony than the letter received from a budding fortune teller ~ that she's prepared to make all sorts of charts and calculations in exchange for pay ~ I almost don't know. If she actually was even a little good at what she does, she'd know not to offer her quasi services, right? In fact, I'm always going to support the will of people who'd like to run their own business, that people can't distinguish between business and personal.