Look, its my opinion, its not right or wrong.
So that's Tony Blair, Gordon Brown and now you who start their sentences with "look"
I am aware that what you write is your opinion, I am also aware that it is not based on some moral absolute and you may be right or wrong.
I think that is true for all of us, we are just putting our own opinions forward.
As for the computer being a product of capitalism, some might argue that as it empowers the masses enabling communication and sharing of ideas and ideals across the globe it is actually the opposite.
The classic confusion of correlation with causation !
The truth is that the computer is one of our preeminent examples of a consumer durable, practically an icon of capitalist consumerism, with some of the worlds richest reliant on the consumer demand for computers to reach dizzying heights of wealth (think Bill Gates) it is nonsense to suggest that the computer is not only not
a product of capitalism but is the opposite.
Incidentally, my first bike was second hand, hardly fuelling the economy or increasing the directors paypackets at Raleigh with that purchase.
I hope you did not approach the previous owner to buy the bike on your own - and made your purchase through a middleman like a newspaper publisher (classifieds)
- to do otherwise would simply be bad form.