Newsweek does a story on MonaVia Acai Juice, also known as this year's Noni Juice. It's a hideously expensive pyramid scheme that makes a ton of false promises and generally results in a lot of budding entrepreneurs gulping down $30-40 bottles of unsellably glorified vitamin water.

A simple guide to making money: when someone else makes something that promises cures to disease, famine, sexual dysfunction and overdrafting, and decides that the best way to make money from it is to sell it to other people who then sell it themselves, the first question you want to ask is, "Why wouldn't they just sell it themselves?" And then, when you fail to come to a proper answer to that question, go start up a part-time website design company like a normal person.