- Mar 20, 2017
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thats a very good point, but seeing how most of us dont have it growing locally, you might as well. vegetables and fruit can be purchased from local people. i get my specialty items (organic deodorant, soap berry extract for the washing machine) from small websites to support them.I try not to support amazon but I do need to get my textbooks soon anyway, thank you for the tip
Good point, I just love aldi honestly. I shop local pretty often too. I love our farmers marketthats a very good point, but seeing how most of us dont have it growing locally, you might as well. vegetables and fruit can be purchased from local people. i get my specialty items (organic deodorant, soap berry extract for the washing machine) from small websites to support them.
Because it’s great at the game of capitalism and encourages consumerism, two things lots of people aren’t fond of? They want to be the market. Most online shoppers, myself included, just go straight to amazon for online shopping which forces other retailers and manufacturers to use Amazon’s platform to reach online shoppers.
its hurting mom and pop businesses as well as brick and mortar stores. amazon also bends to the governments whim. remember when they felt it was wrong to carry certain items that might be offensive to others? bezos also pulled jim fetzers sandy hoax book on obamas orders. its convenient and cheap, but never trust amazon. its not your friend. people post too much info on that site and all of that is ripe for data mining.
My best guess would be because USBs are universally acceptable in computers, which would make the six regions for DVDs null and void. There are Region 0 DVDs that play in every player in the world, but for the most part, that’s at the manufacturer’s discretion. Therefore, I guess you could say that USB sticks would replace Region 0 DVDs and distributors’ heads would explode and lose control and money on the market.Q: why arent the TV series (like the DVD collections or blue ray disks or laser discs-- whatever they are these days) why dont they sell them on a USB chip?