View single post by seldomvisitor
 Posted: Sun Nov 8th, 2009 11:43 am
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Joined: Thu Nov 5th, 2009
Location: USA
Posts: 5
W.r.t. buying "cheap crap"...if the cheap crap dies, say, in half the time the expensive crap dies but costs one third the price, isn't it cost effective to buy cheap crap? You even get NEW cheap crap half-way through the life of the expensive crap!

[at this moment I am attempting to fix an expensive crap Thermador stove - simmer burner problem that appears to be pandemic - so have little sympathy for expensive crap]