Ignoring the contract, R. looked at the tag of the shirt, “It’s a Goodwear shirt! American made, sourced and manufactured,” he said nodding his head in approval. “They don’t exploit kids in sweatshops because they aren’t maximizing profits in countries where pollution controls and child labour laws are the punchlines to popular jokes! Goodwear is the ethical alternative to monopolistic corporations that stack their marketing departments with psychologists who devise ways to squeeze capital from platitudinous slogans uttered by carefully packaged celebrity spokespersons.”


3 thoughts on “Tag

  1. Seconds off on another double. Killing time. Avoiding the book. Thanks companion. Have you seen Voyager? I’m reading the book, “Homo Faber”. Ties in with this post. Thanks. Duke

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