However, I am with you as long as you change working class to middle class. I have a number of friends who have 5 kids and make less than 50K a year who pay no taxes. Then you have the upper class who have the ability to hire financial teams that take advantage of all the loopholes in the broken system. So what you have left is people like myself, who make between 50 and 100K a year, and have about 33% of the paycheck go to uncle sam right off the bat. Then pay another 7% of that on sales taxes. Which means for busting my balls I get 20% more than my buddy who is just coasting, and I get none of the assistance with my kids.
So as long as the Reps and Dems keep the taxes high for the middle class, we will keep voting for change, which is what both sides want.
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Besides the corporate network is moving to a virtualized environment, I dont even think PCs are necessary anymore. Why buy PCs when you can grab a set of MS licenses, $250 thinclients, and be free of the mess.
But seriously, there is a reason this is not done. There is a cost to doing business. Only the extremely shortsighted look at a $1000 business class PC from HP/Dell/IBM and say it is a ripoff. I can build a dune buggy for a couple hundred dollars but it is not going to replace a ford focus.
Even on the $300 dell you still get a 90 day - 1 year warranty. Hell you can even get a 3-4 year warranty on it for a couple hundred. And all this isnt even counting dell outlet where you can pick up PCs in the >$250 range.
I admire people thinking outside of the box but hackjobs on networks just hurts everyone involved.
My advice, if $1000 is too much then break down the cost of the $1000 PC and decide what you can live without, the vostro $300 line will do you just fine, and I dare you to put together a PC for cheaper in a business environment.
However, what is up with the obvious story troll? Are the
In English, every word can be verbed. Would that it were so in our programming languages.