I paid about $500 for my first CD burner back in 1998. In contrast, I paid only $150 for my first hooker back in 1987. That last bit has nothing to do with technology, I just really like telling that story. I didn’t mind paying that much for a CD burner because I knew I’d make back the money. For instance, when Win98SE Upgrade came out I was at the store (Future Shop) at midnight to be the first to get a copy. The next day I went into work with 6 or 7 copies and sold them for $20 each. I sold alot of software to my co-workers. Do I feel bad for Microsoft? No, not really. Bill Gates doesn’t cry for me, so I don’t cry for Bill Gates. What’s the moral of the story? I shouldn’t really be spending my money on hookers.
This message was edited at: 22-05-2008 16:58