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Hey, I think the Allstate guy in the ads on the right just subscribed.
I can see it already.
Business lesson 7on't ever ship an amp that rings by design. Ever.
Even if you write it everywhere in bold with fireworks arround it. Just don't.
Like I mentioned before, I definitely like your writing style and yes, I did buy some of them:
Thanks for sharing.
Not a Schiit owner yet, but have had my eye on them for quite awhile. I met them very, very briefly at CAS and listened to a few of their stacks with my humble Grado PS500s and came away really impressed.
There is something so welcoming about the brand, something so appealing about their approach and transparency. This threat is a perfect example of what I mean, though I guess that should come as no surprise since Jason is a confessed marketing guy.
But still, it's only it's only a matter of time before I send some of my ill-gotten funds their way.
Good story, Jason. I look forward to the rest of it.
I'm extremely happy with my Bifost Uber.
This is pretty cool.
When is this going to print?
Just ordered a Bitfrost Uber , can't wait to get it. Also subscribed .
Jason, you're killing us with the one chapter a week. Do it like Netflix originals, all at once! (Okay don't, but man do I want more.)
Eagerly awaiting the next chapter and my Bifrost Uber.
Can not wait for more chapters
I have bought several pieces of schiit in the last year and plan on buying more schiit as well.
IMHO that is THE best photo to ever grace this thread.
just piles of Schiit. of which, well... I guess I have a few pieces as well. just not as densely displayed.
Just read from the very beginning of this thread. Before the book actually starts, I was very worried about either this being a pure story book or it become a fancy "inspirational" book.
Now I'm relieved and addicted. This is exactly what I would expect from a engineer!