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Work to live or live to work.

Live to live or work to work wheee.gif
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62 unread posts, and only one of them had any pictures in it....another successful off topic build log whistle.gif


Just trying to play with ya though, don't get bent out of shape. wink.gif
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Just for you Mike Some Pictures of my drive enclosure that I fitted 6 SSD's into.



Drive tray



Other side of the drive tray.



Back of the enclosure.



enclosure from the front with one drive in it. the front is covered by a single 5 1/4 case labs blank so it can not see seen.. and the enclosure itself is covered by matte white vinyl sticker material.
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Just for you Mike Some Pictures of my drive enclosure that I fitted 6 SSD's into.



Drive tray



Other side of the drive tray.



Back of the enclosure.



enclosure from the front with one drive in it. the front is covered by a single 5 1/4 case labs blank so it can not see seen.. and the enclosure itself is covered by matte white vinyl sticker material.


Before my build i wanted one but now i want to make a display in the form of a stair with 4 ssd on on. We see if it works out. thumb.gif
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Work to live or live to work.

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Live to live or work to work wheee.gif

as Muddy Waters sang - I live the life I love and I love the life I live
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as Muddy Waters sang - I live the life I love and I love the life I live
Whether you love it or not is irrelevant to those who are inhumanely forced to construct it.
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Whether you love it or not is irrelevant to those who are inhumanely forced to construct it.

And depending on your perspective and level of sociopathy... the inverse holds true... wink.gif

It's easy to take this perspective from a purely ideological standpoint, and if you could point me to the consumer goods (especially in technology, furniture, and hardware) that are not imported from countries with inhuman working conditions - I'll gladly support them. Well, I do actually with furniture - but that's a rare exception since there are at least a few good craftsman living in this country.
Edited by DiGiCiDAL - 5/30/13 at 7:52pm
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And depending on your perspective and level of sociopathy... the inverse holds true... wink.gif

It's easy to take this perspective from a purely ideological standpoint, and if you could point me to the consumer goods (especially in technology, furniture, and hardware) that are not imported from countries with inhuman working conditions - I'll gladly support them. Well, I do actually with furniture - but that's a rare exception since there are at least a few good craftsman living in this country.

I love seeing statements like this from people that have never worked in these countries or actually seen with their own eyes the actual working conditions. Not only this but these people will not work safely even if you give them the correct tools and working conditions. They do not so it is not the fault of the companies and trust me the people are so glad to get the work and the ones that have jobs in these factories are able to live like kings compared to the rest of the people in these countries. I do not feel sorry for these people because they are happy and doing a lot better than most of the people in their countries.

I have been there and seen this with my own eyes and have these people work for me. So i know first hand...
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And depending on your perspective and level of sociopathy... the inverse holds true... wink.gif

It's easy to take this perspective from a purely ideological standpoint, and if you could point me to the consumer goods (especially in technology, furniture, and hardware) that are not imported from countries with inhuman working conditions - I'll gladly support them. Well, I do actually with furniture - but that's a rare exception since there are at least a few good craftsman living in this country.

Quite factual. I don't suggest or subscribe to the idea of being able to avoid all of it. But learning how to balance on the edge of a knife in regards to morals and what you consume should be something you think about with every product you touch. Use washable containers instead of a plastic bag, decline bagging your single item from a restaurant, put all of your produce in the same provided bag instead of separate ones, use less TP, bike to the gym if possible because driving to exercise is silly, those are just simple things we all could easily do and make a big impact. Just 2cents.gif
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I love seeing statements like this from people that have never worked in these countries or actually seen with their own eyes the actual working conditions. Not only this but these people will not work safely even if you give them the correct tools and working conditions. They do not so it is not the fault of the companies and trust me the people are so glad to get the work and the ones that have jobs in these factories are able to live like kings compared to the rest of the people in these countries. I do not feel sorry for these people because they are happy and doing a lot better than most of the people in their countries.

I have been there and seen this with my own eyes and have these people work for me. So i know first hand...

While that is certainly true - it's not necessarily a responsible position depending on whether you think only in regional terms or in global ones. Like everything it has a balance. For example, you are quite correct about the willingness to work (especially in southeast Asian countries) in unsafe or inhumane conditions - if the alternative is living in squalor and potentially starving to death. However, there is much about the working conditions (and for that matter general environmental conditions) in many of the 'industrial-producer' nations that is being forced upon the uneducated - or at least uninformed - populations of the world.

Just because a rural village in China or Indonesia isn't aware of the health risks associated with water table contamination from industrial waste - if we as consumers are, and there is another alternative, then it would seem only natural to make that alternative the norm. There is a large difference between someone choosing to work without safety equipment, or work 16hr days for slightly better than a regional median income - and forced sweatshop labor or dumping toxic waste into a stream people use for drinking or bathing.

Are you suggesting that simply because it's culturally acceptable in a certain country to sell your sons or daughters into slavery that we should support their 'choice' to do so? wink.gif (And yes... I know that's not what you're saying but it's still a valid point IMO).
Edited by DiGiCiDAL - 5/30/13 at 10:33pm
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