Turning Archive 2006

Subject:
CET

TDaniel
>First let me say that as a business they can do anything they want to; after all, it is their business. They can charge $500 if they feel that is what is necessary for them to have a profit. It is up to us to decide what we are willing to pay for their product. When they want to put their product out there for sale, where they wish to sell their product, how much they want to charge....all that is their business. We must only decide whether or not we want to buy the product. We should stop the bashing and let the marketplace do what it does. It is not our job to tell them what they can charge, when they should deliver, or anything else. Let's get on with it.

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