AOL and Publishing Truthful Articles
On the Welcome page there was an article today about how you might have household items that are worth thousands of dollars to collectors and you don't even realize what you might have in your home. The article was written by someone named Gur Tirosh.
In the article, this person said that Corningware pieces are worth big money and that if you have some pieces, you can get thousands of dollars possibly on eBay. I happen to have three pieces of Blue Cornflower pattern Corningware, so I got all excited from what I read. I went to eBay just to check out what this Gur Tirosh was writing about. I checked out over ten items, none of which was worth more than $45.00, and that was an exception. This Gur Tirosh is a liar, to say the least. He could have had a good job on Trump's misinformation team!
AOL needs to overlook what authors write on its Welcome Page. AOL should not allow such lies, such misinformation to be published. In this country, we have got to get away from the hyperbole, misinformation, and disinformation that flooded our country these past four years. And AOL should hold that Gur Tirosh accountable for his untrue article.