- Dec 19, 2007
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Whether stuff is made in Guangzhou or Prato, doesn't make much difference really?
Made in America by Mexican workers
I don't understand your question in this context.
Your question concerns the difference between two places on Earth as place of manufacture.
The topic here is more complex. If you inspect the photos made by the Italian journalist, you see the workers work and live under certain conditions. Do you work under similar conditions where you are?
Speaking of Filson workers...
Yes, I mean what the thread initiator posted, and it was not correctly represented by your reduction. Now you have decided to show you get the point by including the decisive content. But if you feel I misrepresent the intention of the thread initiator, you can ask him if I'm just interpreting too much into his problem. The Italian journalist took the trouble to have the social circumstances of these Chinese photographed. From what you write about your own situation, you sound quite privileged. You don't have to work under the conditions in which you assert to know many others do. They most likely don't have enough money to buy stuff from the big name brands. Language when written in indicative mood includes punctuation , but some sentences are in imperative or even in interrogative mood, requiring other signs of punctuation. For example: What is just?You mean the parts about working 14 hours a day, sleeping in the factory, squalid conditions, improper or no documentation, evading taxes, smuggling, criminal gangs, etc. Yeh that sounds very much the same as where I am. Myself, I don't work under those conditions, but many do. I just don't buy stuff from big name designer brands, period.