> My response is, adults and parents don't so kids don't.
Are you saying you don't think adults and children know when someone is
trying to sell them something? And, is it your conclusion that knowing
there was a commercial intent behind being convinced of something
prevents or limits some sort of damage being done to the person? If
not, what is your basis for your apparent conclusion, which seems to be
that that advertising is evil?
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