As someone who has previously written outwardly facing articles on complex technology, I have to give props to "Monty" and Jean-Marc Valin for TFA. It takes a lot of skill to communicate good information about some very complex topics in a short amount of space, and they pull it off pretty well. I think it really helps sell the product and keep your enthusiasts more engaged when you can see how much work and thoughtfulness has gone into the guts of it - work that is often unseen, hidden within a dev team, or buried throughout a mailing list somewhere.
When you pay for discrete graphics you're usually making purchase decisions based on performance/$. When the reviews all say you'll achieve a certain trade-off, but with the retail product you don't, then the market has been deceived - perhaps you would have been better off buying something else.
No comment as to what's actually going on in this case, if anything, since I haven't been following it...
Quit with the learned helplessness. You've given up. Don't drag us down to your level.
Probably, but since Norway imports both meat and vegetables, it just doesn't matter.
Yes, if local sheep were the realistic alternative, but they're not. The infrastructure for transporting sheep is the same as for vegetables. The army doesn't do sheep farming.
Pick up the phone. Ask them who they're calling from, have them spell your name specifically, state you "do not recall" such alleged debt. If you can, record the call. ("It's for my own records" if they ask.) Don't ever give them ANY information. If they insist on collection, ask them to send you a physical claim. If such arrives, find a defect and tell them about it when they call back. (unless, of course, they have an actually-toll-free number, which they have to pay for.)
Oh, and always, ALWAYS make them repeat themselves. Repeat yourself ad-naueum, as well.
Just don't make any false statements, or agree to the validity of any debt you are not willing to pay.
(Honestly, though, I'd expect a scam to drop at "I'm recording this call, and your name is?")