Little equipment produced today is actually new or improved, save a few things. Most gear is molded plastic with 5-20000% production cost markup at retail, often shipped by those who don't actually make or even design anything and simply re-market logo-slapped colors or lines for nominal slave labor factories. There's an abundance of unwanted new or lightly used equipment for cheap or almost free that's otherwise landfill-bound. Price point—rather than experimental high-performance equipment—is necessarily produced to maximize revenue. The capital outlay for a truly new design dwarfs investment for a minimum run of open mold plastic with ...
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2. ThemSkates, formerly Valo and now really a blader-owned company, markets unskinned skates
3. Buying a skate is then mistaken for buying a stake
4. One downloads and produces "DIY" marketing materials using the official Valo vector logo artwork
One For The Road - https://sellfy.com/p/MR3F/
Lost In Paris with Guillaume Le Gentil - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lu_gmXggyF4
ZONE - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BKbatoYP3XM
Jon Lee SOBER - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wpFg2m1cuWE
The Wizard of Wall Street - https://vimeo.com/193780710
Chris Farmer - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y9GTjsi3qO4
Iain Mcleod Surgical - https://vimeo.com/193215607
Haffey Vibralux - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Thw9z3mauS0
Alex Broskow Nowhere - https://vimeo.com/181266322
Geoff Phillip VOD - https://vimeo.com/202553378
Secret Project - https ...
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Designed by the local engineer J. W. Hoar, the Saint Helena Railway Company built a two-car funicular, 924 feet (281.6 m)-long, in 1829 to carry cargo between Jamestown and the fort.
Termite damage to the sleepers caused the Royal Engineers to remove the cars, rails and associated machinery in 1871, and it is now known as Jacob’s Ladder.
Looks doable with enough duck tape: