When I ventured into 35mm photography (in the 1950s), developing color slides outside the Eastman Kodak plant was at best difficult.
When you purchased a roll of Kodak positive film (for slides), included in the package was a prepaid mailer. So after you shot your roll you placed it into the mailer and sent it to Kodak for developing, They returned it to you developed and slides mounted.
But then, because that practice was declared a MONOPOLY, Kodak was forced to stop including developing and mounting in the package and in the price of the film.
Instead, you bought the film only — and developing was available separately at additional cost. Or, you could buy just the film and send the developing and mounting to any lab you wished.
Google is in my view, as was Kodak, A MONOPOLY.
Google, America’s most biased and far left company is managed and staffed by far left liberals who control what you see and what you don’t see. What you hear and what you don’t hear. And a lot more. Google didn’t start out that way, but certainly today it has become a monopoly.
Google USED TO BE a search engine but today it’s purchased YouTube — and now also also controls what videos you’re allowed to see. And which it’s resident liberal Fascists don’t want you to see.
And so on…
And now they’re doing it with the advertising, and it’s gone too far.
WAY too far!