No, i do not. I do not understand in this day and age with so much information at your fingertip that people don't do the least amount of research. For instance my sister bought trees to plant in her yard. I asked if she researched whether or not they will grow in the conditions present in her yard. Her response was...I'll just try them and see if it works. This would have been a ten minute research project that would have led her to buying the right trees for the area. The three trees she bought are all dead. She wasted $75, the time it took for both of us to buy them, the time it took me and my nephew to plant them (in clay soil), and the plastic containers they came in.
All this could have been averted with ten minutes on Google.