@slutmagazine I believe it was John Adams who said that the Constitution was "wholly unsuited" for most people. That it demanded moral, intelligent citizens. As the average American citizen has declined morally and mentally, so has the country. The Constitution wasn't written for victims, but by men who seized the reins of their destiny and for men who were willing to do the same.
I think the decline started in the mid to late 60s. Not because of rock music or any of that (best 3 decades of music ever, haha) but because a generation embraced hedonism. At the same time, the government pushed a totally unnecessary war and completely exhausted the people's willingness to trust their judgment in choosing conflicts. Does that make sense?
@slutmagazine the Constitution didn't fail, the people did. Same thing happened with Rome. People forget what made their world great, they start to assume that things have always been this good and they take it for granted. That's when shit starts to fall apart. Depending on the strength of the foundation, that collapse can take more or less time but its inevitable I think.
@redpillschool power supplies, but they also used to make motherboards (which I'm told were very nice) and they just recently released another one, so they are probably planning to go that direction. They'll probably let things settle down for a bit, then start making either AMD or Intel cards. Intel would probably throw a ton of money at them just to have a "premium" manufacturer of their GPUs.