By now the Internet is more or less familiar with the infamous scam known as Denon's US$500 Ethernet cables. This company unabashedly takes full advantage of audiophiles' warped perception about the quality of wire cables and attempts to sell the same idea about digital data transmission. I hope their marketing strategy is reaping in the profits and sending their stock prices soaring.
Thankfully, most of the world is smarter than them, and know how to recognise a conman who is attempting to insult their intelligence. And then, there are customers - ok they aren't technically customers since they did not foolishly buy it - who take this insult and spin it around to embarass Denon to no end. Absolute gold.
I still want a wolf shirt to enhance my sexual prowess though.