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If you could choose one company to go out of business...
Posted 11/7/11
The Motion Picture Association of America, aka, the MPAA and every damn other organization like it.

It should be of no surprise Sony is a member of this organization.

Oh, and take the fucked up company Apple to hell with the rest of them, the greedy "Bill Gates doesn't innovate, he steals while I do nothing more than put a fucking wheel on a music player and call it an invention" company.
Posted 11/7/11

MirrorOfKagami wrote:

The Motion Picture Association of America, aka, the MPAA and every damn other organization like it.

It should be of no surprise Sony is a member of this organization.

Oh, and take the fucked up company Apple to hell with the rest of them, the greedy "Bill Gates doesn't innovate, he steals while I do nothing more than put a fucking wheel on a music player and call it an invention" company.


I'm not trying to knock your opinion or anything......

But, you don't honestly believe Android and Windows 7 Phone would be as they are without the iPhone do you?
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Posted 11/9/11 , edited 11/9/11

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i agree with chrysler but come on...scion??? really??? they are just terrible. everyone that owns one think they belong in the ALMS and on top that they put a foldgers coffee can on it and think theyre actually fast but theyre really a 145bhp SLOW. get a real car.


Who gave you this notion that they were terrible? If you are basing the car by the people that drive it then you need t look at things from another perspective. Its a regular car thats surprisingly pretty decent. Its not like you are going to use the entire speed of the car unless you race at a track. In which case you would have a real racing car, or at least one that's been fixed with bells and whistles.


sorry if i came off aggressive, but the people in my area all like that with scions and thats why i have alot of dislike for them.


dude you go to texas and you see massive trucks acting like they are king of the road.
the same with mustangs. I know where you are coming from.
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Posted 11/9/11 , edited 11/9/11
With out a doubt, Monsanto.

They are pure evil beyond the scope of McDonalds, AIG, Goldman Sachs or any of the defense companies that grease their palms with death via war. Monsanto is without a doubt one of the most evil corporations in the last 100 years.


Monsanto’s Harvest of Fear [http://www.vanityfair.com/politics/features/2008/05/monsanto200805]

Monsanto already dominates America’s food chain with its genetically modified seeds. Now it has targeted milk production. Just as frightening as the corporation’s tactics–ruthless legal battles against small farmers–is its decades-long history of toxic contamination.

Most Americans know Monsanto because of what it sells to put on our lawns— the ubiquitous weed killer Roundup. What they may not know is that the company now profoundly influences—and one day may virtually control—what we put on our tables. For most of its history Monsanto was a chemical giant, producing some of the most toxic substances ever created, residues from which have left us with some of the most polluted sites on earth.

Yet in a little more than a decade, the company has sought to shed its polluted past and morph into something much different and more far-reaching—an “agricultural company” dedicated to making the world “a better place for future generations.”
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