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If they can get a $1500-4000 electronics and audio setup into the world's bmws, mercs and Teslas, that's lot of money, especially as the market for this stuff can only grow.
Harmon are primarily a car electronics firm, the personal audio side is just a small section of the business. Buying Harmon gives Samsung better access to the smart electronics side of modern cars.
The packaging is in no state to be viewed on a family friendly site.
I would suggest relocating to international waters or Antarctica then. All governments operate on that basis. In case you aren't sure what your duties and obligations as a citizen of the USA are: https://www.uscis.gov/citizenship/learners/citizenship-rights-and-responsibilities
 Such black and white thinking has no place in the real world. Which you clearly do not inhabit. Using a fine to enforce a law that prohibits jaywalking for instance is a much lesser negative than just allowing people to die crossing the road at poor locations and with no warning. Up in your ivory tower a library book fine might be the same level of evil as nuking nagasaki, but down here in the real world, everything is shades of gray. I think you might be a little...
 I never said it was a good approach. I merely stated why it wasn't successful. Also I don't believe human rights are cast-iron. I think there are several things a person can do that imo, would support taking away their human rights. If you can't act like a human, you aren't human to me. This is a viewpoint I apply to serial killers, serial rapists, slavers and the ilk.
Prohibition didn't work because you weren't tough enough. Rest assured if the penalty for use was death or hard labor for 30 years, it would've been successful.   I don't really care about america's obsession with weed, it doesn't affect me in any way other than making the country a less enticing holiday destination (weed smoke is vile). However I do think that it would be logical to increase the healthcare premiums for complications arising from sustained drug abuse...
Sorry to all the Americans. You can always apply to be a British colony again though.
Topre doesn't feel sharp enough. I like the sharp click response of blues and browns. For the same reason I dislike all linear switches (especially reds). Blacks, greens, clears are all a bit too heavy for me as well - prolonged use of these makes my hands cramp.
 Finally someone else who doesn't like topres. People on keyboard forums get really triggered when I say that topre sucks.
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