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Westy

the teste
Nov 22, 2002
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Sleazattle
I may, but do others?

I think most people expect things to be priced based on cost, which is a horrible way to do business.

No one is going to sell their home based on what they bought it for plus a modest increase if the market value is much higher. But they expect to purchase things based on the cost of the supplier.
 

jonKranked

Press Button, Receive Stupid
Nov 10, 2005
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Well pharma companies price on value then say it is because of cost. The big question bus whether ones life should be monetized.
my point is more that people often argue "it only costs X to produce" and neglect to factor in the cost of development and requisite testing to prove its safe and effective.

on your last point, i have that same critique of *all medical practice & insurance*
 

JustMtnB44

Monkey
Sep 13, 2006
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Pittsburgh, PA
I had this done about 5 years ago, ended up costing around $600 I think. I then setup a 4 bay NAS in raid 5 (to tolerate one drive failure) and also periodically sync my most important files to another drive in my desktop computer.

After I sent my drive out, a friend shared this place: