And on Facebook, I have really liked Wheeler Dealers.
But most of their posts point at a website called musclecarszone.com
And, while I think it does have some interesting articles on there, it is really very rarely that I will click on one. Mainly because the website itself can only be described (by me at least) as very tacky due to the awful clickbait advertising you get on there:
And if you're using a geriatric laptop like mine, the page takes forever to come up.
I guess this advertising must have some effect because while I am never tempted to watch the video that billionaires in my locality don't want me to watch or to find out which celebrity I wouldn't expect to be dead is actually dead while a picture of a non-dead celebrity is luring me in - there must be enough people out there who do click on them to justify their presence.
Any road up, the musclecarszone article that Wheeler Dealers on Facebook pointed me at today didn't seem to add up - so I clicked on it.
Apparently, "This Lady Has Been Driving The Same 1957 Chevrolet Car For 53 Years! 116,000 Miles On The Odometer" - which is the article in the Screenshot above.
However, it doesn't take a Degree in Statistics (sad but true - I have a degree in Statistics) to realise that a 1957-bought car 53 years later only takes us to 2010.
For some reason, musclecarszone.com have taken a YouTube Posting from six-ish years ago, taken the commentary to be the text, and published it as a new story.
It is an interesting story. I watched and enjoyed an old lady talking about her old car. It's a Bel Air - not that the article tells you that - presumably because the YouTube Posting doesn't tell you that.
But it ain't new news.
I suppose that at least it also isn't fake news.
But either way, come on Mike, give us some real news (and without the dodgy ads - I don't care that at least 12 celebrities don't wear panties - honest!)