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really really really cheap conflicts with

Being really really really cheap often conflicts with all the needed features.
Taking the trashcan, it should be really cheap, so, let's pick the cheaper material but it will have to stand rain, wind, sun, kicks and the occasional car crash.
Pupeno Send private email
Thursday, January 26, 2006
 
 
Really, really cheap conflicts with pretty much every requirement.  But, I think the cheap requirement is relative.  If the standard solution costs $50 to make, and you come up with something with similar features, but only costs $35 to make, you are providing "really, really cheap".
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Thursday, January 26, 2006
 
 

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