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How Reliable Are Product Ratings?

Some thoughts on a really terrible pair of earbuds

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TThe earbuds were spread out on the table. They were a gift that I would never deliver. The case was thin, flimsy, and lightweight. The top lid came off a bit too easily and so I had to struggle to replace it. And the buds themselves? They worked, but only when they felt like it.




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Vanessa Robinson

Vanessa Robinson

Writer and Observer: Injustice, History, Family, Love, and Politics. Electrical Engineer. Completing First Historical Fiction Novel.

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