8 posts • joined Tuesday 13th May 2008 11:30 GMT
Well, thats the point
"All about the money with apple, all about the money."
Well, that's the point in a capitalist economy isn't it.? Company's aren't there for philanthropic reasons. They're there to make make money for the shareholders. A board that doesn't do that gets fired. Well not if they are called Sun (nods to Matt "Slowaris"/ "Snoreacle" Briant ;-) )
Not saying it's right but that's the way it is
I suppose I'd better buy one before they go then. Wasn't planning to do so but I'll need a replacement sometime. The Classic does all I need it to do, stores all my music, Podcasts and audiobooks and plays them.
"Given the pressure from the MoD and the Coalition cabinet in favour of postponement, it will be quite surprising if Cameron has the guts to do what he promised and what most of the electorate voted for - replace Trident like-for-like on time"
The majority of people may have voted for Cameron and Clegg but how do you extrapolate that to arrive at the above statement? Do you honestly believe that people vote because they accept every "promise" in an election manifesto? Do people even read the f****ing things? maybe people just voted Cameron or Clegg to get Irn Broon out.