I have a SONY TV, I swear someone is watching me either back through the screen or through the IR window for the remote. My Son'y DVD player is a dead giveaway, you can almost hear the people breathing as they watch on. As for their walkman's well that's just Big Brother to the max, now they can watch you whereever you go!
But the biggest thing is not to drink anything an onsite Sony tech gives you, and if you do, don't let the effects put you to sleep. You'll wake up with achip implanted that beeps a homing signal so loud yuo can't sleep. I'm sure they are responsible for the voices in my head too, I just wish they wouldn't all start talking at once.
I SAID SHUT UP I'M TRYING TO TYPE HERE!!! Gawd, I gotta go again....the damn voices are at it again.
SONY BMG used XCP and MMCD-3 on CD's that was auto installed when inserted into a drive. That small numer of one-off CD's was recalled nearly 4 years ago,It was the CD's not the computers. So shut off autoplay, as you should anyway, and you are fine.
Ford made a Pinto for three years where teh gas tank was too far rearward, the remaining Pintos were fine, however the RUMOURS were that Pintos explode on impact.
The Explorer rolled over a few times due to blowouts on tires. Thus teh Explorer was dicthed and flamed by Chevy and Didge lovers, just as Vista is by XP fanboys. Th problem was , Explorers requrie a low tire pressure of 26PSi for ride comfort. Firestone rated their tires based on the standar 32PSI inflation, thus when, what they consider, underinflated at 26PSI, they came apart. Ford recalled all Firestone tires and replaced them, they STILL send out recall notices to owners of USED Explorers. ut Explorer's were the problem of course.
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