4 comments on “Ripping The Road Behind…in Front of Us

  1. Planned obsolescence.
    For the product, the labour that produces it and the end user.
    Disposable commodities.

    Things more costly to repair than replace.
    The product, the labour, the end user.

    Increase in profit must be unlimited.
    Growth must be endless.

    Ouroboros, the worm that eateth his own tail.

  2. Isn’t it nice when it gets here. Then all that can happen is change. When it hits the worst, it can only get better.

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