From: bat on
b> But, I'm not. I'll eat at a Mom amd Pop diner with roaches crawling
b> on the grill before I'll go to a franchise with cartoon toys as part
b> of the meal.

I'm not sure if these days "Made in USA" is always guarantee of high
quality. With 100% of the workforce being cheapest Mexicans, the difference
is quite moody. The only thing that is guaranteed is higher price because of
high cost of running the business because of all the administrative costs in
USA.

From: bat on
JD> Would people who eat (and feed their kids) junk food from places like
JD> McDonald's care if the ingredients were slopped together with Chinese
JD> slave labor?

Certainly. No reason to assume that what you have learned about (that the
food was made in China) is the only thing that matters. Most likely, there
are 100 others, much more significant (such as, what is really in the food),
only you don't know about them yet. More accurate question would be "should
people eat the food made by big American corporation".

From: Cindy Hamilton on
On Dec 11, 8:02 am, "bat" <b...(a)bats.com> wrote:
>  b> But, I'm not.  I'll eat at a Mom amd Pop diner with roaches crawling
>  b> on the grill before I'll go to a franchise with cartoon toys as part
>  b> of the meal.
>
> I'm not sure if these days "Made in USA" is always guarantee of high
> quality. With 100% of the workforce being cheapest Mexicans,

That is so obviously untrue, I'm surprised I'm even replying. What
the
hell is wrong with you? Can't you even make your lies believable?

Now, if 100% of the workforce were "cheapest Mexicans", what do
you think would be the unemployment rate?

>the difference
> is quite moody.

The word is "moot". I'll give you the benefit of the doubt here, and
blame your spellchecker.

Cindy Hamilton
From: bulka on
On Dec 11, 9:06 am, Cindy Hamilton <angelicapagane...(a)yahoo.com>
wrote:
> On Dec 11, 8:02 am, "bat" <b...(a)bats.com> wrote:
>
> > b> But, I'm not. I'll eat at a Mom amd Pop diner with roaches crawling
> > b> on the grill before I'll go to a franchise with cartoon toys as part
> > b> of the meal.
>
> > I'm not sure if these days "Made in USA" is always guarantee of high
> > quality. With 100% of the workforce being cheapest Mexicans,
>
> That is so obviously untrue, I'm surprised I'm even replying. What
> the
> hell is wrong with you? Can't you even make your lies believable?
>
> Now, if 100% of the workforce were "cheapest Mexicans", what do
> you think would be the unemployment rate?
>
> >the difference
> > is quite moody.
>
> The word is "moot". I'll give you the benefit of the doubt here, and
> blame your spellchecker.
>
> Cindy Hamilton

Moot or moody. I appreciate the grammer, word police, but the mood
here is moody.
From: dr_jeff on
I think my Mac is made in China. It is 13.3", so it is not really a big Mac.

Jeff
2009 MacBookPro