Right to repair is under assault in New York, and you can save it!


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#2

Remember when Steve Jobs said

It’s better to be a pirate than join the navy

2016’s Apple looks like the navy to me.


#3

It’s a quality-control issue. There is no way that our fat American fingers can properly fix all those tiny parts that Chinese kids worked so hard to assemble.


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#5

When’s the last time a Caucasian had a manufacturing job?


#6

Isn’t that illegal now?


#7

That’s why I use Waldoes.

And by Waldoes, I mean I hire small children named Waldo.


#8

Do you dress them all in horizontal striped shirts and beanie hats?

Does their down time largely consist of a ginormous game of Hide & Seek?


#9

If you have any skills it can be a do-it-yourself project. There’s how-to videos on youtube and parts from China on ebay are incredibly cheap. I gambled $40 and was able to replace my screen and charging port. I also learned about the inner workings of my phone.


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