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Made in the USA laptops

July 31, 2018

I have an idea to make an attempt to build myself a made in the USA laptop. According to this link, https://www.google.com/search?source=hp&ei=ZMNgW5CzGcOe0gLR05_AAg&q=made+in+the+USA+laptop+&oq=made+in+the+USA+laptop+&gs_l=psy-ab.3..0l10.691.4818.0.4823.28.9.0.0.0.0.1880.3074.0j1j0j1j0j1j8-1.4.0….0…1c.1.64.psy-ab..25.3.2900.0..35i39k1j0i131k1j0i20i264k1j33i22i29i30k1.0.PLgh37DbI-U, made in the USA laptops such as Inspiron and other Dell models are all we get. But see, my old Dell, which was sabotaged by somebody putting a nail in the hinge counting on me not noticing and being in a trusting mood that day, said it was made in China. HP, Inc. is also made in the USA. But seriously, I got my model Dell at Best Buy. It said made in China, I looked at it just now. So for Google to say this Inspiron 13 model gathering dust is legit Made in the USA, I have facts to the contrary.

This inability to get made in the USA parts pisses me off. Sure, I have a business plan that speaks volumes but I intend on keeping my mouth shut here because there is a shortage of made in the USA parts. How hard do I have to look? If somebody steals my idea, I’m screwed. We cannot build made in the USA laptops anymore. I have a business plan I’d be interested in telling Google about but I keep my mouth shut indefinitely. I would like to be paid for selling this idea to certain people. Somehow we cannot make them like they used to. I’m appalled my laptop is made in China. Somehow, this doesn’t sit well with me. We are driving our economy into the ground by not making things in the United States anymore. This is a bad thing. We need more made in the USA goods, not labels that say “made in China.” I do not approve of made in China, American flags, even. I betcha I can’t find one made in the USA. But hey, nobody will read this, thinking I have an idea. Wow, I need a therapist, yes, I need to pay for that too on my own. With what money? Ha. I’m still low income.



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