DOG COMMENTARY:\r\nDexatrim\u00a0is an over-the-counter (OTC)\u00a0dietary supplement\u00a0meant to assist with weight loss....as Dexatrim claims it "gives you the power to lose weight, curb binges, and keep you in control of your diet."\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0 Current Dexatrim products available are in capsule form and include Dexatrim Max Complex 7, Dexatrim Max Daytime Appetite Control, Dexatrim Natural Green Tea, and Dexatrim Natural Extra Energy.\u00a0The major active ingredients found in current Dexatrim products include\u00a0caffeine,\u00a0green tea extract, Asian (Panax)\u00a0ginseng\u00a0root extract, and\u00a0dehydroepiandrosterone\u00a0(DHEA).\u00a0\u00a0Dexatrim has been on the market for more than 38 years\r\nPioneer Electronics\u00a0is a\u00a0Japanese multinational corporation based in\u00a0Tokyo,\u00a0Japan\u00a0that specializes in digital entertainment products. The company was founded by\u00a0Nozomu Matsumoto\u00a0in 1938 in\u00a0Tokyo\u00a0as a radio and\u00a0speaker\u00a0repair shop....while its current president is\u00a0Susumu Kotani.\u00a0\u00a0Pioneer played a role in the development of interactive\u00a0cable TV, the\u00a0Laser Disc\u00a0player, the first automotive\u00a0Compact Disc\u00a0player, the first detachable face car stereo,\u00a0Supertuner\u00a0technology,\u00a0DVD\u00a0and\u00a0DVD recording,\u00a0plasma display\u00a0(branded as\u00a0Kuro), and\u00a0Organic LED display\u00a0(OLED). The company works with optical disc and display technology and software products....and is also a manufacturer.\u00a0\r\nDairy Queen, often abbreviated\u00a0DQ, is a chain of\u00a0soft serve ice cream\u00a0and\u00a0fast-food restaurants\u00a0owned by International Dairy Queen, Inc., a subsidiary of\u00a0Berkshire Hathaway....which also owns\u00a0Orange Julius\u00a0and\u00a0Karmelkorn.\u00a0The first DQ restaurant was located in Joliet, Illinois. It was operated by Sherb Noble and opened for business on June 22, 1940.\u00a0\u00a0It served a variety of frozen products, such as soft serve ice cream...then in Bone Daddy's day (50's + 60's + 70's)....for anyone still alive...who doesn't remember a Dairy Queen ice cream sundae!?!