We need Action - Right to Repair Explained

2021年04月21日
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Right to repair is a frequently misunderstood issue, and we’re here to set the record straight.
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评论
  • SAY NO TO iCRAP!

    Brian BellBrian Bell20 分钟 前
  • Every CNworldr should team up for this like for Team Trees, probably this might even help more the environment, plus the benefits of the repairs

    Ratatacks SmithRatatacks Smith4 小时 前
  • My father to this day has fixed an original general electric fridge. Still works. It's as old as my sister. Who's 33. He had also a dryer that was about 20 yrs also.

    Jesse GutierrezJesse Gutierrez4 小时 前
  • When Apple headquarters have a broken window or a broken pipe, they should not have it replaced, they should demolish the entire building and buy a new one.

    Deep SarkarDeep Sarkar11 小时 前
  • This is just one of the reasons I refuse to buy Apple products. I applaud people pushing R2R, but I'll let my wallet speak for me in the meantime.

    ZachZach11 小时 前
  • Rossman is the R in Right to repair.

    Samuel DesireSamuel Desire12 小时 前
  • I understand the concept of right to repair. But the fact that some items can only work if done from the actual manufacturer can be helpful. I'm from India and it actually helps in country like ours where theft and scavenging of parts are easy and common. It so happened with me that 2 months back my iPhone 12 Pro Max got stolen. My only saving grace is that the phone parts cannot be stripped or modified in any way so that the thief can use it themselves or maybe sell it since it won't work and will have to be scrapped. I really appreciate Apple for locking down their eco systems. Yes, it is a premium that the users have to pay. But it's a premium worth paying; at least in my opinion. In countries like the US, Canada sure there are genuine people trying to get a genuine repair job. But the products are sold world wide and it doesn't help if a product can be stripped and reused by a thief without consequences. My 2 cents. Not everyone might agree with what I had to say. But this is my bitter experience that made me realise why some manufacturers might choose to do so. PS: Still haven't recovered my phone.

    Gaurav PaulGaurav Paul13 小时 前
  • The thing is that you can use car thats 30 years old, but a phone in 10 years is already obsolete due to software and hardware contraints. Car manufacturersshould be the ones in any case trying to break working stuff down not the tech stuff

    GalegoGalego15 小时 前
  • 👏👏👍Go , right to repair 👍🙏

    DeV ProDeV Pro15 小时 前
  • How about this video . Some of them are just software locked or bricked but perfectly working cnworld.info/free/dXSMyIyrnJhwrrM/sh-p-n

    Rusty GoldRusty Gold16 小时 前
  • Also enjoy capitalism ( making new products every year ) or enjoy a Hot planet by not reducing co2 gases and keep your old thing working longer

    Rusty GoldRusty Gold16 小时 前
  • Which phone do u use ?

    Laksh SrivastavaLaksh Srivastava17 小时 前
  • Forget right to repair,companies like hp,dell, and lenovo are even soldering RAM and not giving any slot to put extra ram or extra slot for SSD when they can do this easily.

    Nikhil ChouhanNikhil Chouhan18 小时 前
    • They are literally providing just 8gb ram option here in India though knowing that ram would be a bottleneck for extremely powerful ryzen 7 5000 series chipsets

      Nikhil ChouhanNikhil Chouhan18 小时 前
  • If there is one thing I hate is anti-consumer companies. They can get away with making decisions that harm people without worrying about consequences and often don't even acknowledge what they do.

    Tyson CookTyson Cook天 前
  • Repair

    super sipmesuper sipme天 前
  • One more video highlighting the problem with the repair monopoly: VICE 14.3 M followers, 7.3 M views cnworld.info/free/dYOR3ZLLnX6x0qs/sh-p-n

    Hasse HallHasse Hall天 前
  • A looong text about my thoughts about the RtR-issue. There’s a lot of problems to fix for maximum effect (did I hear SWAT-analysis?). • Reach / Cash Louis Rossmann needs a lot of help to spread the word. It’s all about ACTIVE and donating followers. Even if he maybe wish, he can’t win this fight alone. He’s begging for money, but the opponent (tech giants) has no limit of cash and a army of lawyers, and maybe some PI to find dirt on Louis. He’s a simple opponent if he’s alone and begging for support via fundraising. If Louis can spend 1 M the opponent can spend 100 M to bribe all the people who finally makes the decisions. It’s just waste of time without proper support. Lois 1.57 M followers doesn’t mean so much everybody thinks. Active and donating followers is the only think that counts and that isn’t even 1%. • List of RtR ambassadors To qualify they should have at least 1 M followers (because of the fake followers everybody can buy). There should also be at least 10 large CNworldrs (preferably in the USA) in every niche. Tech, Farming, Cars and so on. The repair monopoly is a big issue, but a lot of people doesn’t know about it due to a non existing marketing plan, and/or lack of money/interest. • Some videos I noticed yet: Marques Brownlee (MKBHD) 14 M followers, 1.6 M views cnworld.info/free/goea1ovNrqqM2ZY/sh-p-n Geekyranjit 3.2 M followers, 190 k views cnworld.info/free/mnuKzZrcq56vsZo/sh-p-n Linus Tech Tips 13.4 M followers, 1.8 M views cnworld.info/free/nqmOxZmxzmCjm5o/sh-p-n Motherboard 1.51 M followers, 3.2 M views cnworld.info/free/dmuCp5uU1KeLmdk/sh-p-n SAMTIME and some other accounts also make good awareness of the repair monopoly, but they maybe to small to make a difference? Compare the CNworldrs above with Lois 1.57 M followers. They have more views than Lois even has followers! Is there a lot of fake views and fake followers in the numbers? It really doesn’t matter since the word gets out. But this is just 4 of minimum 10 in every niche. It’s a very good start though! • Step 1: Spread the word massively, and not only on YT. This is important in many ways. A video can be taken down, reach can be limited by the famous algorithm and a lot of people doesn’t know about Lois. Some even doesn’t like him and aren’t capable to realize that this isn’t about Louis. It’s not about just his company. This is a global issue. • Step 2: If step 1 is made correctly it’s much easier to get Radio and TV stations interested. They must see large CNworldrs or forum threads to realize that this is a massive issue. Today they think who the F is Louis?! Louis doesn’t have the most humble approach in his videos and that is scaring in a TV interview. Forget live! 😀 • Step 3: Collect all marketing campaigns in a shared document. Leave the “send me an email” stage! Google docs at least. Don’t let server limits create problems if millions of people starts to show interests. A lot of companies have large sending lists for newsletters. You have all the CNworldrs, forum threads and other platforms that together maximize the reach and lower the risk of blocking. If there are at least 10 ambassadors the tech giant’s will lose the fight. 10 can easily be scaled up to 20, 50, 100 😀 • Step 4: I’ve noticed a lot of whining comments about how some people think the ambassadors above was to soft in their approach and/or failed since they didn’t highlight the fundraising page and so on. These whining people will probably not add anything of value, just ignore them. Everybody can do something EVEN if you don’t have 1 M followers on your YT channel. It’s free to start a petition for example and there’s a lot of those sites in different countries. Raise awareness is free and simple and of course far more constructive than just whining of someone else that maybe could have done more! I’m convinced that even a soft approach makes more good than harm in terms of awareness. There’s always time for a follow up video 😀 • Step 5: Now it should be a good time to see if all the ambassadors can make a dedicated video that ONLY talks about the fundraising campaign. It’s very important it’s transparent and reach the goal. Is the best solution that Louis get payed 2 years salary to work with this full time or can that even be a problem? Is there a realistic cost for a “lawsuit” and not an overpriced law firm involved? Can some good and reputable law firm actually do this Pro Bono since there’s a lot of goodwill involved? • Step 6: Now tell me. What do you think is the next step? Am I totally lost? What have you done yourself to move it further? Is there better steps to start with? I’m curious about all the positive and constructive ideas. The whiners and haters can just scroll… P.S. This is just my personal opinions as a Swedish marketing manager and chess player 😀 I have no connection to Louis and are not familiar with the correct terms describing “the ultimate goal” in a USA court of law or any other institutions that could handle this global issue. Big cred to all of those who contribute.

    Hasse HallHasse Hall天 前
  • If they force them sell parts, they will just buy out more companies and make SOCs bigger and bigger. Legislation should also but a hard limit on price of any part of the device. Like less than 20% of the unit, but the part they provided must come with its own warranty not to be less than a year.

    utkuautkua天 前
  • Honest question, what about Samsung? Are they much better than Apple? I am going to switch my phone to latest Samsung phone if the repairs didn't suck like Apple. Thank you!

    Reza PutraReza Putra天 前
  • I still remember when I was young, I fixed an epson scanner with a diode from an electric bulb :D

    Alejandro MoranAlejandro Moran天 前
  • need more people to share and view this video. this is super important for the environment

    nur muhammad ebroheam Abdullahnur muhammad ebroheam Abdullah天 前
  • $5/GB - wtf? I pay $2/GB on a pay as you go plan.

    ArduinoBenArduinoBen天 前
  • First you abolish capitalism

    TranquilityTranquility天 前
    • @cookieface80 iphone vuvuzela no food 100 billion dead

      TranquilityTranquility天 前
    • Then there are no phones to repair... or food.

      cookieface80cookieface80天 前
  • Thank you Linus for helping the cause! Much Respect!

    alexthedonalexthedon天 前
  • Keep spreading the word on this, very important!

    wilsonsmith1995wilsonsmith1995天 前
  • Uncle Ted was right after all.

    Aneun OppaAneun Oppa天 前
  • John Deere is the evil empire, they're going to take Apple and Tesla down with them. Don't mess with farmers or products sold globally to feed people. This is currently very similar to those road racing videos on 1320 CNworld channel, where they always say that disclaimer before the racing; "Were going on a road trip to Mexico to race some friends, see you there." BUT the video only short jumps to ~1 hour, same weather, same clothes, no food or hotel stop, same environment, the sun went down a just a little in that jump-cut, but we can still clearly see US Interstate Highway System road signs from their home State along the roadway, exit ramps, and watch them run from law enforcement when their "spotters" notify them. They are clearly on a speed regulated and enforced US highway. With enough time and research we could find those locations with Google maps and street view. But they already said MEXICO verbally in their video, for plausible deniability. All these "Right to Repair" manufacturers will lose EVERY small fight (until legislation is passed), because their customers are global, the farmer can tell the Repair Police; "I took the John Deere to a repair shop in Mexico, I didn't know they had illegal Russian software to make the repair."🤷🏻‍♂️ Or the iPhone customer will tell the Repair Police; "I mailed my phone to Indonesia, I didn't know they had illegal parts from the Apple factory."🤷🏻‍♂️ Or the Tesla customer will tell the Repair Police; "I took my car to Honduras, I didn't know they had salvaged junkyard parts, only the front of that vehicle was crashed, why are rear motor parts bad for my Tesla?"🤷🏻‍♂️ John Deere dealers in 30+ countries. Apple sells in 95+ countries. Tesla dealers in 25+ countries. Customer will always find a person who is available to fix it outside the official repair shop with that many countries they cannot control. They should ask Paolo Escobar how easy it was operating a monopoly in multiple countries!? 🤔🤦🏻‍♂️😂🤣🤷🏻‍♂️👍

    Ryan McCormickRyan McCormick天 前
  • Thanks Linus. My parents finally sold their farm (and retired) a couple years ago. They donated their Ford 9N tractor to another farm down the street. That's a 60 year old tractor still helping farmers stay profitable, and putting food on tables. John Deere would love it if they could get rid of all the old equipment that is easy to repair.

    MrVvulfMrVvulf2 天 前
  • who's here after MKBHD video

    Sagar bishtSagar bisht2 天 前
  • EVIIILLLLL. Apple's hypocrisy is next level.

    Mary WMary W2 天 前
  • He needs to get on Joe Rogan

    Eric PlutEric Plut2 天 前
  • Der wahre

    LawlietLawliet2 天 前
  • right to repair really comes home like how in the farming tractor and large trucking business . farmers save tons of money when they can change add or repair parts on their farm equipment.. but industries will not give them the computer codes to do this.. add this to cars and trucks and you see the problems

    Ruffus Ford MDRuffus Ford MD2 天 前
  • Wow I can’t believe that the biggest most respected tech YT is talking about a taboo subject that the Tech companies spend 100’s Millions every year fighting and lobbying against in every country.

    Simon EllisonSimon Ellison2 天 前
  • IMO any product that doesn't have right to repair should be required to come with a lifetime warranty. And BTW my older ipad doesn't work anymore due to a software incompatibility. I'm trying to decide if I should buy a different brand to replace it.

    Bill JBill J2 天 前
  • Ill donate. Imagine if everyone does, we could actually make a huge impact together!!! Lets kill em

    jumpship88jumpship882 天 前
  • Just came over after watching MKBHD’s vid. Props to MKBHD for putting himself on the line, but this video is way better and more straight to the point. Love it when people just bash companies trying to integrate anti right to repair policies.

    BeanBeanBeanBean2 天 前
  • This is ridiculous. Instead of getting more government regulation on businesses why don't consumers just stop being fucking masochists and giving their money to companies that fuck them. If most people did this those companies will be forced to take care of their consumers or go out of business and better ones will replace them. This is how capitalism works.

    pl mpl m2 天 前
    • "this is how capitalism works" correct companies amassing so much wealth where they can live off numerous poor businesses choices and harm their customers while receiving government funding so they can't go out of business is how capitalism works. not sure if you know how much a trillion dollars is but apple wouldn't have a problem even if millions decided to never buy an iphone again

      Ashley JazzleyAshley Jazzley4 小时 前
    • Because people are stupid.

      cookieface80cookieface80天 前
  • Louis Rossmann entered the chat.

    channel4ferretschannel4ferrets2 天 前
  • Awesome video... just donated 40$... thanks for building up awareness

    David Abraham Garcia LozadaDavid Abraham Garcia Lozada2 天 前
  • Kinda important!

    celulacelula2 天 前
  • It always hurts me so much when I find out what is going on behind the scenes.

    VsKatshumaVsKatshuma2 天 前
  • This is a job for Madison!

    joey86bu1joey86bu12 天 前
  • Amazing channel and explains the lightbulb situation. cnworld.info/free/mmiunHeRxpx4sKc/sh-p-n

    Andre AndersonAndre Anderson2 天 前
  • Or training people over and over until everyone is trained to do it with out voiding the warranty.

    Andre AndersonAndre Anderson2 天 前
  • You are more political than you think. I'm here after mkhb video, and after WAN live

    Andre AndersonAndre Anderson2 天 前
  • Imagine how much cleaner the world could be if planned obsolescence was illegal

    Jacob MooreJacob Moore3 天 前
  • Can we get a link to that article in 6:46 about The Depression?

    Adebiyi AdedotunAdebiyi Adedotun3 天 前
  • Thank you!

    Adebiyi AdedotunAdebiyi Adedotun3 天 前
  • Marcus did so much better take on the right to repair! Get ur game together.

    ashystyleashystyle3 天 前
    • This was actually a really good summary of the whole thing, and hey at least it's being talked about.

      KerboKerbo天 前
  • Hey, I am a farmer. Your not the only group that this affects. Much of our equipment has monitors and gps controlling our equipment. Also ECM which can derate the power of our equipment. There are situations where we have bad sensors or a problem that we can not diagnose without proper software. They will not release it to us. We have to have dealer/manufacturer come out and do the repair charging roughly 120-140 an hour from the time they leave the shop. Very frustrating when we are in crunch time. I fully back you in the situation. Just need to figure out a solution that makes everyone happy.

    Truman LeicherTruman Leicher3 天 前
  • Welcome to the Republican party :)

    Jonathan CotnerJonathan Cotner3 天 前
  • this video got my sub! liking sharing the works. keep it up!

    SanctusDemonusSanctusDemonus3 天 前
  • is it geep (like jeep)? or geep (like geek)? Lawyers go! Trademark fight for my entertainment.

    J PJ P3 天 前
  • Look up the "The Light Bulb Conspiracy". It explain how we come to use n throw society, that will might kill us all due all the dixions in the soli. In Finnish tv said that we must go towards nature products from oli petrolum based plastic. They said in finnish investigate program that in four generations in Finland (I take for example) the natives finns maybe will not exist. Due all dixions in our bodies and the dixions can be on your body forever.

    StatosStatos3 天 前
  • 6:30 That's a really cool tin foil hat. I want one like that now.

    Fadzai ChambaFadzai Chamba3 天 前
  • The irony is that all the problems started come from a capitalist society where profit are more important than innovations, people and the environment.

    Prospeed orginalProspeed orginal3 天 前
  • I guess, like privacy (gdpr), this is another think the EU will have to provide the world. We already created right to repair for white goods and all products need a repairability score. And already in progress is the expansion to laptops and smartphones. Unless manufacturers want to make 2 sets of devices then the US will get it too.

    Robert NeveRobert Neve3 天 前
  • lol idk man right to repair is pretty self explanatory if ur someone that thought it was something different than it actually is u might want to examine exactly why or maybe sit back a lil on topics that dont apply to u

    Cid SapientCid Sapient3 天 前
  • There is no 97 Datsun, they were phased out by 1986.

    LynksysVLynksysV4 天 前
  • Finally. Thanks for saying it, Linus. It’s high time that corporations, particularly brazenly hypocritical ones like Apple, put the money where their mouth is.

    Projjwal DharProjjwal Dhar4 天 前
  • We are just frogs being boiled (yeah I'm aware that's not actually a thing). Forget mobile devices; you don't even own your pc anymore. The introduction of ring -2 and -3 (esp -3, and i'm aware they aren't actual rings, but that just makes things worse) imo if proof of this. Stuck in your machine like some sort of parasite is another processor that isn't documented, runs even when your machine is powered off, and communicates via its own ip address, doing whatever it wants etc. It's not your machine now is it?

    Foo'd BarFoo'd Bar4 天 前
  • Linus is right, companies restricting repair rights may mostly be seen only in the electronics industry, but everything is becoming the electronics industry which is what’s so dangerous.

    M AndersonM Anderson4 天 前
  • Yeah. In 2015 my Samsung phone fell on its face outdoors and the screen got smashed badly. Getting a new one would have cost €150 + the repair work fee so probably would have come to €200+ whilst I could get a brand new, newer model for €190. Guess which I chose? Then, 5 and a ½ years later the same phone's screen repair cost me €72 including original / authentic parts and the repair shop's hourly fee. Since that phone's screen smashed I've never used a phone without a wallet style case. In hopes that the front flap might affect the fall in a way that it doesn't end up on its face if it falls during use. Though, I don't know about other countries but where I live it is easy and convenient to recycle e-waste. Well, at least in my city it is. So at least the environment is somewhat protected, even if the initial problem of having to buy new instead of repairing old still exists.

    Little Bad WolfLittle Bad Wolf4 天 前
  • This is all fine and dandy until you find out that human life is also planned obsolescence.

    Jane DoeJane Doe4 天 前
  • It's already here in Europe but apple is doing everything they can against it. Problem right now is : parts prices. They put absurd amounts on them., last time it was the washing machine : one board was damaged (just after the legal warranty expired) and they said it would cost 2/3rd of the price of the machine. Looking at the card it would have cost 25$ max + cpu cost (and it was something that looked like a cheap arm cpu that goes for like 10$) they wanted.. 350$ for it.

    LicaniaLicania4 天 前
  • This business model of no way to repair urgently needs to be enacted on the weapon industry! Just imagine receiving an error code in the middle of a combat on a buttmounted dotmatrix like "Error 113" looked up in the manual troubleshooter it states: magazine empty - please contact a authorised retailer. Yeah would be fun, no?

    Jah ReJah Re4 天 前
  • So does this include Nvidia limiters

    Lee SweeneyLee Sweeney4 天 前
  • Kinda getting really hypocritical vibes when Linus starts talking about waste of planned obsolescence while he always talks about the „revolutionary improvements“ of an increase by 3 or 4 FPS through an entirely new NVIDIA GEfuck 420 at about 6900$

    Lennardo Da VinciLennardo Da Vinci4 天 前
  • The reason America won’t do it because the corporations are very good with their wording.

    Lil'hLil'h4 天 前
  • Someone here has watched a bit of Veritasium recently.

    -Andrea- Jaylσкε-Andrea- Jaylσкε5 天 前
  • Best way forward is to boycott Apple completely - they are utter assholes. Personally I would never have an Apple product in my home. Other companies do this, but Apple is by far and away the worst.

    PaulPaul5 天 前
  • The auto industry should be an example for right to repair. In the case you can't get parts that are discontinued companies can hack the cars without any recourse. If the tech industry won't help us fix our shit they can at least not try to sue us when we hack their shit to fix it.

    Connor DavisConnor Davis5 天 前
  • Why should buying Second hand harm the manufacture? I mean if it's good enough to buy second hand has to be pretty good. Also if I'm buying refurbished then the refurbisher is the one that should gain or lose reputation.

    Skyler AzzuoloSkyler Azzuolo5 天 前
  • It sounds nice but I don't see how you force companies to supply parts.

    1978garfield1978garfield5 天 前
  • Those who don't support right to repair, while also believing in climate change make no sense. Either that, or they're grifting.

    50 Shades Of Hand Grenades50 Shades Of Hand Grenades5 天 前
  • They are trying to turn your PC into a content consumption device to IV drip media and ads to you. Look at WIndows UWP apps, have fun trying to modify a game whose files you can't see or access. This is what will finally push Linux.

    Christopher MartinChristopher Martin5 天 前
  • Thank you Linus and LTT! But sad that I can`t donate. My only option would be paying with paypal, but thats not an option on gofundme ... :/

    WapamupWapamup5 天 前
  • Thank you.

    GiPSy FiSHGiPSy FiSH5 天 前
  • the number one problem for right to repair is you ask the manufacturer at gun point, yes, at gun point, to develop more security and modularity to the devices they sold. the reason Apple charge high on the repair because you not just paid for repair but also your data insurance which third party repair you just did simply based on trust, not that I defence their repair cost though 🙄

    Achiles RedemptiaAchiles Redemptia5 天 前
  • Sweeet I actually live in MA which is just crazy because I'll reap the benefits from this bill passing

    Vic MorganVic Morgan6 天 前
  • And this is why Tesla’s aren’t repairable because it’s cheaper to buy a new one than fix it.

    Alex PerezAlex Perez6 天 前
  • I'm kind of in the same boat with MSI. I bought an msi mag274qrf-qd from newegg at 370$, had it for a few days and broke the panel. Reached out to msi and they said they would charge me 390$ and I had to pay shipping both ways and this was after 2 weeks of radio silence from them and having to get newegg to contact them just for a reply. Seams like a way of saying we wount fix it just buy a other one

    Lawrence RobiLawrence Robi6 天 前
  • Nigga what!? Massa what!? The fuck did you just say....Mass a two sis?!😂😂😂😂😂 See a lot of people didn't make it that far in the video. As far as everything else. Yeah...you are indeed right. ... Me finishing the rest of the video after talking shit and then realizing there was an only fans of LTT 😒🤡

    Scott AlderScott Alder6 天 前
  • it's nice to see LTT take this stand. thank you.

    Eric GerwatowskiEric Gerwatowski6 天 前
  • Its all about greed

    808rjsv808rjsv6 天 前
  • The worst culprit is Apple. Which is why I swore never to buy another apple again.

    S GillS Gill6 天 前
  • He forgot to mention Tesla who make cars but are trying to be like Apple and not let you get parts or disable functionality after the fact (supercharging and even 240v fast charging)

    a2cryssa2cryss6 天 前
  • Its not just the electronic repair , a whole bunch of car manufacturers got together and tried to quietly pass a bill to make it illegal for us to repair our cars and to only be able to take them to the dealers. What is the world coming to , just pure greed.

    boastyyboastyy6 天 前
  • Imagine a world where the woke twitter mob actually used their power for something good.

    6447686C49474E686132556761584D6759534273615755756447686C49474E686132556761584D6759534273615755756 天 前
    • 😂 I don’t know if imagination can stretch that far…

      Peter FreemanPeter Freeman18 小时 前
  • Are there seriously people that don't want to repair their broken electronics? Like, those people actually exist? In real life? I can't even fathom something of mine breaking, and not doing everything I can to try and fix it...

    skrounstskrounst6 天 前
  • wait until he finds out about open source

    4akat4akat6 天 前
  • I am getting 20 gigs for 20$ man us is expensive if 5 for 20 is a deal.

    Mirko TomovicMirko Tomovic6 天 前
  • Keep up the good work....the world is starting to see www.bbc.com/news/business-56799069

    David CarryerDavid Carryer6 天 前
  • All I heard here was points being made that have to do with business opportunities Linus intends to do soon. Aka nice timing on this though it’s been years they have been fighting for this.

    Derek2kDerek2k6 天 前
  • The 'Right to replace $$bought$$ off politicians' would also be a great idea. It targets the very heart of many matters.

    Duane LocsinDuane Locsin6 天 前
  • I have a solution, I don't buy Apple.

    BullzeyezBullzeyez6 天 前
  • Heh, good luck - first you need to reclaim your representative government.

    GeorgeGeorge7 天 前
  • When you buy stuff but it's not yours because some company is so scared of its competition that it is making life difficult for its customers.

    James PoulsonJames Poulson7 天 前
  • The good old times. I got a Siemens server psu which is over 30 years old. It is up and running today. And my 18 years old powerdrill is working flawless even though it costed less than 30$.

    Mr ButcherMr Butcher7 天 前
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