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A simple solution is to stop sending the specs to countries that allow counterfeiting of products like China, India, Korea.....
Big business sends the manufacturing there eliminating American jobs then cries when they lose more money than they saved trying to compete with the people producing counterfeit goods who they sent the manufacturing to in the first place....
#6 MEMBERS OF CONGRESS.
You know how to tell? They do nothing and yet get paid big bucks.
Who is buying all this fake stuff? Do they not know the risk or is the stuff so good it is a
People trying to make money off other peoples lack of knowledge on a given item such as t-shirts. Their are all kinds of people out there trying to make money anyway they can, so it is illegal, what do they care. It is only illegal when they get caught and as far as they are concerned that will not happen as they are too smart to get caught.
I am sorry, but I would rather make my money legally and be able to say I did it legally than to take advantage of people and have to hang my head in shame, which by the way these people doing it illegally have no shame so that does not matter.
Any article on MSN touting Obamacare. It will not help you save money on car insurance. It will not lower workers compensation costs, It will not help treasury bonds.
It's pathetic how these kind of articles are put on this site to attempt to sway us into believing this crap. They are good for a few laughs though.
I guess I don't care if the "pay people and their children almost nothing to live in poverty and work in slavelike conditions" company who makes my clothes is liscenced or not ! And my cell phone will be obsoete before my plan runs out !
Maybe I would care if there were Americans making a living wage making them but the Unions would take over the price would be out of my range, the quality would be crappy, and my taxes would help bail it out and subsidies it !
Not being grumpy just pointing out the truth !
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