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Now my thanks and good wish go to the staff and my friend Ian for all there help, and to show me to make a product sell it as to glow in the dark be cheap to make and die in a 2yrs, a design a 17yr old could do from a apps note, with no skills or feel for the music but worst of all no experience.
But there has always been cheap badly made crap, the cheap rack systems of the 70's and 80's made by the likes of Amstrad. It is the difference between companies run by marketing men or accountants or run by people who know what to build. The marketing men either con a good designer and use him like Michaelson was famous for or with your experience with TQ, or an established company like Garrard is bought and asset stripped like Plessey did to them.
Sadly it has always happened, the guys with the smile and the slime always seem to create new realities (read fantasies), or the behind the scenes coin counters kill companies and their pension schemes in order to line their own pockets. Opposite ends of the same problems. It is a problem of modern capitalism, always looking for angles to skim the coin, how many want to design new real coins.
I suppose in life we always have to put up with the pretend and the real.
I love this more more please.It is I, Leclerc wrote: ↑Sat Sep 15, 2018 2:03 amSome things never change, there're always going to be people who are happy to flog off cheap crap as high quality items to a world that largely doesn't give a monkey's. Alan Sugar got away with it as you say Doc. There will always be a dedicated few who want to try and achieve something in the audio world, or whatever area they choose to work in, though this age of accountants and bottom lines largely restricts that to small privately run enterprises. It's a sign of the times that so many ads in the media are now for "the cheapest insurance/holiday/car etc." and the buying public has been trained, through years of media brainwashing, to think of that as a good thing. If a purchased item has all the right labels and buzzwords on it then they're happy as porkers in poop. To make use of Aldous Huxley's work for a moment, I think the developed world is devolving into a swarm of epsilon semi moron clones.
Such a stupid pre-thought statement a "moron" maybe ? What ever.
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Well put.slinger wrote: ↑Sat Sep 15, 2018 1:17 pmSalesmen are often on a shite basic wage and depend on making their commission to earn what they deem a decent living, so any thought of "honesty" goes straight out of the window when there's a mortgage to pay and the kids "need" a new x-box or ps4 or whatever and the missus wants a weekend in Paris. This is NOT an apology for salesmen, just a sad fact of life, which has become more and more materialistic with each generation. The "happy" in "happy family," these days, is too often measured by what they have rather than the love they share.
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