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Nike Studio Trainer are very lightweight trainers which have been engineered to deliver ultimate performance on all types of indoor terrains. These shoes have specially designed outsole which offers grip on Gym or Studio surfaces to ensure greater performance. The shock absorbing interior takes the comfort on the whole new level to deliver you hours of workout with stress. These shoes have seamless upper which has been made from synthetic leather and leather combination. The upper has long lasting durability to offer and it deliver premium flexibility to allow natural foot movement. The upper has perforated details at the side panels and at the toe box which allows fresh air to channel through these shoes to keep the interior environment cool. The collar has light padded to add support and comfort. The tongue has been lined with mesh which adds more breathability to ensure fresh and healthy interior environment. The upper has lace up closure system which allow you personalized and perfect fit. These shoes have interior lined with textile which offers superior instep feel and irritation free wearing. This lining keeps your feet fresh and healthy by absorbing the moisture off them. The footbed has been made from Nike Fitsole technology which makes the footbed contour as per the shape of your feet for perfect and customized fit. The footbed offers impact protection and it fades away harmful shocks with each step for all day long luxurious comfort. The midsole of these shoes have low profile and it has been designed to offers exceptional flexibility and shocks absorption. The midsole also delivers support and it works with footbed to take the comfort on the whole new level. These shoes have rubber inserts in the heel and toe to provide grip on multiple indoor terrains. The outsole has pivot point which assist in dance motions. These imported shoes weigh just 6 ounces as per size 8.5 which is stunningly lightweight as compare to most of the studio shoes. This style can be found in these colors: Metallic Platinum/ Pure Platinum/ Summit White, Volt/ Electro Purple/ Cool Grey, Pink Foil/ Canyon Grey/ Black and Metallic Silver/ Anthracite/ Black.




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Competition creates business, watch how far apart the Lowes & Home Depot are spaced, but the consumer & our country would be better off with 100 CEO’s making one-million per year, then with one CEO making five-hundred million per year. The monopolies described by Mr Thiel have the property of stickiness with the customer. Google's search engine is still too easy for customers to change, but Gmail is much more difficult to change from. Facebook is an even better example. Still both Google & Facebook generate a lot of value for their customers compared to their value extraction . Cable TV companies like Time-Warner are also sticky monopolies, but generate far less value to their customers compared to the fees they charge.  I find it interesting that almost all the comments seem to disagree with Mr. Thiel. I think his definition of a good "monopoly" (not one that got its market position by government) is a business that offers people something they can't get anywhere else. An example is Chipotle: they offer healthy fast food, and no one else (yet) competes with them, at least not on a nationwide basis. As an entrepreneur, I found his article inspirational. I think my next effort will be a company that offers a unique and desirable product or service. You said it very well, but I don't think that is how Mr. Thief was saying. An open, transparent and globalized market place is a hard place for anyone to maintain a niche (or in a total monopoly) for very long. But there is always exception to the rule. Google may be that exception at least for the time being.

But pharmaceutical companies patent protected drugs are certainly not. It is very risky and competitive business. Risks come from the super low batting average especially now that most easy and low hanging fruits are already picked, risks can also be in legal and regulatory as well as international. Just because pharmaceutical business is highly profitable does not mean it is a monopoly business: easy money as the author clearly is saying. I can't be the only other reader here who gets this. Like you, I'm surprised by the failure of so many to see the distinction between the old, stagnating, innovation-defeating monopoly, and the one the author termed the "creative monopoly." Maybe because all my understanding of economics is pretty much self-taught, I have so much less to un-learn... Peter certainly strikes at the contradiction Capitalism poses; many claim it's unfettered competition that the system embodies and aspires to, but it clearly is not. As we see in our society today, the mom and pop stores of our parents days have all but disappeared, squeezed out by the mega-retailers.

The danger is to labor, which we're seeing more and more evidence of. Capitalism is prejudiced towards squeezing wages to their lowest possible levels, even to slavery. What, you say now that could never happen - well it has and continues to happen. As we witness the evisceration of the American middle class, once proud and able to produce great growth and prosperity in our nation, we now see it enslaved to debt and low wages - on it's way to sharecropper status shopping at the company store never to lift themselves out of debt. Wake up Americans; fight for an amendment and take back corporate citizenry granted by the activists on SCOTUS to return representation back to the people.


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