I have one friend that I only really keep for her value in this thread. Her latest thing is involvement in a MLM scam, which she posts about daily. This morning's gem:
82% of women who make over $100,000 a year, do it through a home-based business.
That doesn't even pass a smell test. Even if everyone in MLM did that well (which they can't, because it's a scam) there can't possibly be four times as many women in "home-based business" full-time as there are women who are doctors, lawyers, accountants, engineers, professors, pharmacists, executives, middle- and upper-managers, and probably a whole bunch of other miscellaneous jobs that make over $100,000 per year.
Heck, I met this woman through work originally, and if she had done well at the job she was in when I met her, she'd be at $100,000/year by now. But she got pushed out essentially for laziness, and then laid off from the place she went, so she's now in MLM. And as far as I can tell, she's still lazy, so I really really doubt she's going to be successful at this.