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Eveb Apple gets better, and cheaper.  Your point?


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Apple has chosen not to compete on price, and have had
staggering profits. Much corporate medical care
in the US also does not compete on price, if at all.

As a larger issue, when people drill
down into the details, competition as we generally
think of it rarely matters much - differences in
cost of orders of magnitude will matter while differences
of even as much as 2x will not.

But the more something is a commodity, especially
a commodity that has high volume, the more small
differences in price matter.

Medical care is a craft good, and the farthest thing
there is from a commodity. Will that change? Probably.

Specific to medical care 1) we do not have competitive
provision of medical care in the US, and 2) universal
care ala Yurp has actuarial effects very much
in favor of it.

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Les Cargill

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So you don't have a point.

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Of course not.  The government won't allow that to happen.

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Horseshit.  Price isn't everything.  Only one component of value is price.

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Volume has nothing to do with it.

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It already has.  Government will see that it continues.

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No, the government specifically won't allow it.

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Complete bullshit.

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No, it is much more of a case of semi open (Wintel) and completely closed
(Mac) architectures.
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Maybe.

Not at all, Medicare has already seen to that, it has been thoroughly
commoditized.
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Not by the track record.

?-)

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I don't understand.

Are Apple computers not ever better, cheaper, and faster too?  The
first Mac, with 128k of memory and a pokey MC68K--sold for $2,495 in
1984.  Is the latest iPad not wireless, cheaper, faster, and better in
almost every conceivable way?

Apple charges more, but is not Apple just one competitor among many?
Have no other choices sprung up, each with different combinations of
price and features, to suit the infinitely diverse spectrum of
individual preferences and needs?  Something for everyone?

Clearly, I don't understand the question.

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Cheers,
James Arthur

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On Dec 9, 9:22A0%am, Jim Thompson <To-Email-Use-The-Envelope-I...@On-My-
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Wouldn't it be more correct to call the USA a fascist Nation ?

The definition of Fascism is the merger of corporation and state IIRC.

The recent laws pushed through that allow any US citizen to be
grabbed
and held indefinitely without trial or any legal process is pretty
much cut and
paste 1930s Germany.  Not to mention the "super congress" crap that
is
a copy of the German "enabling act of 1933".  These sort of underline
the
fascism theory.


Not that it matters, whether you set up that or socialism, there is
only one result
mountains of dead bodies, economic collapse, lack of work ethic or
interest, decay, poverty
those at the top of the tree are rich and powerful and the people are
nothing.

This is why those in power and the mega rich love to push socialism.



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Something of an urban myth, I suspect. Certainly there's nothing in my
home insurance policy along those lines.

http://www.nrma.com.au/documents/policy-booklets/home-policy.pdf

Sylvia.


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Er, yes. It was only a randomly selected item for the purpose of the
discussion about power ratings. There are indeed much cheaper relays
available that would, on the face of it, be up to the task.

Sylvia.

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I'd never use something that isn't expressly rated for the voltages and
currents I intend to use. There's nothing about a relay rated at 12VDC
that would guarantee that the insulation is up to use for mains voltages.

Sylvia.

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2500VA? Wow, that is one heck of a fridge!

How many big cans of Foster's can it hold? :-)

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SCNR, Joerg

http://www.analogconsultants.com /

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Well, the doctor said only one beer a day. ;)

Cheers

Phil Hobbs

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Principal Consultant
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No problem, Sir. This is how beer is often consumed in Dortmund
(Germany) where I grew up:

http://www.oktoberfesthaus.com/c=GO8L0j9Fp91NGznzQVIz9fEQj/category/beer-boots.3-liter-beer-boots /

A su salud!

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Regards, Joerg

http://www.analogconsultants.com /

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Being a purely inductive load, it can't cool many.  ;-)

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I should buy one of them new-fangled phase-correcting "power savers" and
see how much my bill drops by when I reduce the load from zero to zero.

Sylvia.

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