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Companies and their bottom lines

NervousNerd (1190935) writes | more than 6 years ago

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My keyboard breaks today, uh just between me and you I was chowing down a tasty snack, so I go out to non other than Wal*Mart to purchase a new keyboard. I grab the cheapest one they have, wait in line for a half hour, and go back home. I open the box, actually tearing it into multiple pieces, ripping off the plastic covering the keyboard, and I stare at it. I know it was only $9.99, but unreadable letters? Damn, they've gotten cheaper than cheap. The keyboard in this Commodore 64 I own still hMy keyboard breaks today, uh just between me and you I was chowing down a tasty snack, so I go out to non other than Wal*Mart to purchase a new keyboard. I grab the cheapest one they have, wait in line for a half hour, and go back home. I open the box, actually tearing it into multiple pieces, ripping off the plastic covering the keyboard, and I stare at it. I know it was only $9.99, but unreadable letters? Damn, they've gotten cheaper than cheap. The keyboard in this Commodore 64 I own still has readable letters, and its over 20 years old!

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