Loc: Pittsburgh, PA
If it was started in the US and all the major manufactures agreed it might end up going over seas, think of it, if AMD, Intel, Motorola, and IBM all had ratings that were standard it might not stay in the US. or if you were to have a industry wide standard that was monitored by the US in the US it should work for most International markets too.....<br><br>
You could still read the ratings…the point is; we pay taxes to fund it in the US, and anybody who wants to can post it on their website, right? right.<br><br>stop that vesch before I viddy over and smash you something horrorshow
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