Always had good experience with Motorola. Dependable product and if there are problems, Motorola will work to resolve them.
I'm just not crazy about monopolies and this fits that category. That said, it provides a great service and their refund policy is a good one.
I use it almost daily. Reliable for the most part.
Great way to post and share photos with family and friends. Only possible negative that I see is that it's now owned by facebook, so if there is a way to draw politics into it, facebook just might.
Neat. Different. If you're looking for new ideas on projects or recipes, this is a gold mine. Great images.
Used to be top notch, but decided to get political. We don't tune into ESPN for politics.
A good read for people on the right politically or center right. I don't see exaggerations like I do with its competitors. British owned, but well informed on U.S. current events.
Very good company. Organized, easy to navigate, and competitive. Best company I've found for solving problems on the phone.
I don't use EBAY much, but when I do, it's very easy to navigate.
Another company gone political. If it wasn't for that, I'd be in their corner all the way.
Facebook has no competition really, and that bothers me. Their fact checkers are not honest and facebook leans so far left that they will even correct you if you make a joke about the left. They are political and have no business being that way. Facebook isn't honest and it's a shame.
A monopoly that needs broken up. Far left, not fair to independents and Republicans.
I avoid Walmart. Long lines and hard to get help. Customer is taken for granted.
Yahoo news is more liberal than CNN. It no longer allows comments on the slanted articles because so many of them are negative. I quit reading it. It's not for independents like myself.
It largely depends on the restaurant. Some McDonald's are great. Some are not. Some appreciate your business. Others expect it. Some employees are clean. Some are not.