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This show is currently being broadcast on German television (Sport1). My old dad has always watched this show with interest. Until I showed him the mistakes of the show.
It always buys the same few people the store. Why never other people? Because only a few are engaged by the producer and paid for their role.
After the purchase, the buyers immediately tell for what price the used scrap is sold. How do you know if and for what price this scrap is being sold? Clearly, this review is far from reality. And why is never shown whether the goods are sold? Because the goods are not sold by the performers.
What happens to the goods, know only the employees of the show.
To answer the headline: Yes, me and my dad do not look this fake crap again.
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