Says the owner of The Liberty Tool Company, that in future sustainable economies those who know how to handle tools or simply do things with their hands will have it easier than those who do not. And I totally agree with him, although I may have an advantage because I am one of those who has skill with tools. H.G “Skip” Brack's business is recycling tools that people dispose of to allow others to continue using them so they can keep making things.
Forty-two years in business fighting the market economy, that economy that "forces" us to buy things every four to five years not because it has stopped working, but because you just have to buy something newer. I know that the video does not seem to have much to do with the subject of motorcycles, but if we analyze it coldly, it fits very easily. How many of us complain that such a brand has not released a new model for two or three years? How many of us are capable of repairing a simple breakdown in our motorcycles? Perhaps the time has come to stop and think to see if all this we are doing leads us somewhere or we simply follow the dictates of large companies like "sheep".