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Computing products do that. Moore's Law...the price of

Posted on: April 7, 2021 at 19:29:58 CT
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a similar amount of computing power gets cut in half about every 18 months. That is not true of all products.
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ummmmmm - Ace MU - 4/7 19:05:01
     So whats the point. It s meaningless. Then and now.(nm) - GA Tiger MU - 4/8 07:31:30
     Learn about territorial tax plan(nm) - tman MU - 4/7 20:47:14
          What does that have to do with Ace's statement? I know - SparkyStalcup MU - 4/7 20:53:45
               Iit impacts their overall tax rate - tman MU - 4/7 21:37:45
     Great Britain would LOVE to have that rate.... - jonesin - 4/7 20:36:05
     RE: ummmmmm - patriot MU - 4/7 19:21:33
     it’s easy when it’s other people’s money (nm) - pickle MU - 4/7 19:07:02
          Are you a consumer of corporate goods? Are you paying less - Ace MU - 4/7 19:09:46
               Goods go down in price constantly. My first desktop PC - TigerMatt - 4/7 19:25:34
                    And that has nothing to do with corporate taxes - Ace MU - 4/7 19:38:17
                         Corporations don't pay taxes. Costs are spread to customers - TigerMatt - 4/7 19:42:37
                              Aha!!! So, when costs went down, did you pay less? - Ace MU - 4/7 20:17:22
                                   Not in taxes as a percentage - tman MU - 4/7 21:40:03
                    Computing products do that. Moore's Law...the price of - SparkyStalcup MU - 4/7 19:29:58
                         TVs aren't computing products. A 46 inch 720p TV in - TigerMatt - 4/7 19:34:44
                              A smart TV is a computing product... (nm) - Say_What MU - 4/7 19:38:53
                                   Is a car a computing product? Is your furnace?(nm) - TigerMatt - 4/7 19:41:53
                                        did car prices go down when corporate taxes went down? - Ace MU - 4/7 20:18:27
                                             Yes(nm) - tman MU - 4/7 21:40:51
                              Hate to burst your bubble, but a smart TV is basically a - SparkyStalcup MU - 4/7 19:38:16
                                   It is a television that now has some new functionality. The - TigerMatt - 4/7 19:41:18
                                        Bruh smart tvs are just dumbed down terminals - Say_What MU - 4/7 22:36:17




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