Originally Posted by Joe Bloggs
My parents' house doesn't have a basement, but I was tinkering with the Sennheiser HD580 as a university student at their place... in 2000. Now my company's expenditures are enough to buy every TOTL headphone out there in one month
Stereotypes. Aren't they wonderful? Maybe next time you would check out someone's head-fi join date first
You are old !? And you listened to HD580?!! I am so sorry then. What compelling arguments.
Oh wait, I have strictly no interest in who you are and what you do. None. Let me tell you why.
This sentence : "Most people find it easier to have their sound cooked and readied for them by a handful of rich manufacturers" is awefully simplistic and makes you sound like an 18 year old.
"Now my company's expenditures are enough to buy every TOTL headphone out there in one month Stereotypes." Hum I wonder what this means. Whether you own the company or not, you do not use the "expenditures" of your company to buy stuff for yourself. Otherwise it does not seem like very sound management. So the sentence makes little sense and makes you sound like a student again (and not a business school student for sure).
A stereotype would be me judging you based on you belonging to a certain group (ethnic, social, etc.) instead of judging based on observed facts, which is the opposite of what I am doing. Please go look it up.
Inks is a student, and even though I disagree with his philosophy, he sounds more mature than you.
Edited by Mimouille - 6/28/13 at 4:35am