The idea of wearing seatbelts while driving or riding in an automobile was first introduced in 1947. Auto manufacturers resisted making them available, but a few finally succumbed to pressure from the overwhelming body or "bodies" of evidence and introduced them as an optional feature.
All went well for those who chose to purchase this option, but the vast majority of drivers who still preferred flying — through the windshield — still wound up in the morgue.
Pressure mounted, and the federal government required automobile companies to make seatbelts mandatory. The few who wore them drove, but the majority of car owners continued to "fly."
Well, what came next? The government determined that the reason people refused to wear seat belts was the fact that they did not know they had them. In other words, you are smart enough to earn enough to buy a new car, but too dumb to realize it has seatbelts. So, what came next was an annoying buzzer to remind people that they had seat belts. However, if you think that was going to keep a person whose goal was to commit suicide by flying through a windshield, impaling themselves on a hood ornament and head butting a phone pole, you are kidding yourself. They simply disconnected the buzzer.
Iteration 4. Make a buzzer that you cannot disconnect. Ha. I'll buckle it under my butt. I'm flying through that damn windshield and, by God, you can't stop me.
We all know the rest of the story: louder bells and whistles, cops with ticket pads, baby seats, air bags, and, yes, softer windshields. The flyers are happy now because they have a cockpit to distract them and a phone to text 911, their doctor, and the funeral home at the same time.
The moral here is quite simple: Keep moving forward, never give up. Millions of lives have been saved by seat belts in spite of the mass resistance. Millions of people have enjoyed not only the benefit of Juice Plus+, but also the benefit of being more aware of their health. Buckle Up.
President and Founder
The Juice Plus+ Company