Baby Gender Mentor named a "best product of the year" by DataMonitor, obviously a very on-the-ball company
No, you're not accidently reading "The Onion" by mistake, this really happened.
Baby Gender Mentor has been selected as one of the top 10 best products of 2005 in Datamonitor's "Build a Better Mousetrap" report, according to the Glasgow Daily Record.
Datamonitor is actually a well known market analyst, not, as you are probably thinking at this point, a bunch of crackheads. Datamonitor describes itself as a "premium business information company specialising in industry analysis" providing "unbiased expert analysis".
"Next time maybe do a little research."
Apparently "expert analysis" in this case translates to "watching Katie Couric on the Today Show and counting how many other media outlets copy the story" because this company sapiently selected a Top 10 product which has resulted in an avalanche of complaints from pregnant mothers, been the subject of critical articles by NPR, Boston Globe, and Newsweek, and its online retailer is under investigation by the state attorney general for consumer fraud.