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Maybe US has become a throwaway society if something's broke and -- outdated we just pitch it rather than try to fix it but because of the struggling economy.
That mentality it may be starting to change -- -- tally is live for us.
-- with more on this this morning good morning dominate this sounds like a good idea to me.
Always certainly isn't enough police is something we will do and -- two breaks all the latest -- to gadget comes out so we just toss out the old want.
But now more and more people -- rejecting a throwaway society and.
Learning how to fix it themselves.
Everything old is you again at the west Seattle fixes connective.
Just the group of us that that like to get together and just help each other fix our whatever.
Whatever we -- From sewing machines.
To -- about it as if it's broke don't try to fix states.
-- groups have flourished in Europe and it -- spreading to the United States I like the idea of reusing something that has already had a life.
Has already been built already created most of -- environment for print and try to pry it out.
Members of the fix is connected him Europeans say they help people save the planet and -- buckle to.
I think -- -- -- culture motivates a lot of us to come here and just try to fight it.
In the economy definitely played a role everything.
It has this built in obsolescence sentiment and it breaks away.
You know the minute the newest gadget comes out people have to give the new lending through legal runway and -- we don't have to look like that you know is expensive and what are we -- to the planet.
Well tennis these grades are free to -- guilty charge ran -- box to -- have been meeting space every -- -- -- -- -- that kept pace some of these groups receive as much as half a million dollars in funding from the government to foundations.
Or from private -- militarily US -- it will self sufficient but it's certainly taking off.
Right thank you very much Dominique we appreciate it.
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