“If you could eat the kitchen sink, that’s what you’d get when you order Salmagundi. Salmagundi is a salad dish, originating in the early 17th century in England, comprising cooked meats, seafood, vegetables, fruit, leaves, nuts and flowers and dressed with oil, vinegar and spices. Here’s the thing: there are very few people willing to cross the street, spread the word or pay extra for all of the above. Better to pick just one thing you can be proud of, rather than offering just about everything in an attempt to please just about everyone (and thus no one). ” From Seth Godin’s blog
The same is true in a lemon law claim. Focus on one, possibly two, problems, and show their seriousness and impact. Once you hit 2, discussing more problems may diminish the significance of the others.
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