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Comment: Re: Maybe they should ask corded phone manufactur (Score 1) 399 399

I don't really buy the "it's just jewelry" argument. You brag about the precision, it's self winding, solar powered, tells time in different time zones - crap like that. As men, we want it to serve a purpose, more than women do. We want a cool peice of gear, as well as a peice of jewelry (or a status symbol, if you're insecure).

Comment: Re: Maybe they should ask corded phone manufacture (Score 1) 399 399

Smartphones are subsidized. They would have stayed very nitch if not for that fact. People are willing to pay ~400$ for a tablet, because it has comparable functionality to a laptop or something like that. Smart watches? I'm not sure I see the usefulness of them.

Comment: Re: And Amazon's not the only one either! (Score 0) 302 302

Nobody wants to be a garbage man! That's where the boys go, after they do terribly in school. Girls do much better in school, and even if they don't they are better suited to service jobs. Neither gender is better suited to wear a suit and manage people.

Comment: The internet has amplified our discontent (Score 1) 287 287

Just like it has done with all other forms of entertainment, the internet has given angry gamers a platform to complain. The more time you spend online the more you see people bitching. So I guess the question is this: were people just as unhappy about games 10 years ago and we didn't hear them, or have gamers become more critical as they spend more time talking to strangers about games?

Comment: Re:it's all about control (Score 1) 33 33

Since the trend in recent centuries is a decrease of freedom for the average citizen (don't think about the ballots, or the miniskirt: think about being able to feed yourself, to build a house, to get clean water from a well....)

People have access to cleaner water, and a healthier diet now, than 200 years ago...and china is selling hardware. It's called Android, and iPhone

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