They both were terrible human tragedies and much more important than an iPad, you are both correct.
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Last edited by Mountainbikermark; 03-30-2011 at 09:40 AM.
Certainly I understand that. I was merely commenting on the use of the superlative in this case. The quake in Japan, the tsunami and the nuclear problems are enormous but I find the loss of life in the other tragedy to be so great as to reserve for it the terms largest and greatest. They both dwarf the shortage of our toys, though.Originally Posted by gentlefury
Wrong. Profiteering is defined as unethical business practice during times of emergency. Not just war supplies, or during war time. To use your incorrect definition, you could argue that profiteering during war time is also just supply and demand.Originally Posted by gentlefury
The laws around profiteering are designed to protect consumers from unethical business practices in times of short supply, such as increasing prices.
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So u have an iPad 1 but you're complaining?Originally Posted by NickHillUK
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