From: enough on


John Doe wrote:
> Would people who eat (and feed their kids) junk food from places like
> McDonald's care if the ingredients were slopped together with Chinese
> slave labor?
>
No
From: enough on
On Dec 11, 10:53 pm, enough <blinkingblyth...(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> John Doe wrote:
> > Would people who eat (and feed their kids) junk food from places like
> > McDonald's care if the ingredients were slopped together with Chinese
> > slave labor?
>
> No

Oops, I read that as "would I eat a big mac made by slave labor". No,
I would never
eat such a burger, and yes, I would be pissed if I found out such. I
would also worry about what might be
in those ingredients since they would probably be from China as well.
From: Kent on

"John Doe" <jdoe(a)usenetlove.invalid> wrote in message
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> Would people who eat (and feed their kids) junk food from places like
> McDonald's care if the ingredients were slopped together with Chinese
> slave labor?
>
> Just curious.
>
>
I don't think there's much range beef in China. I'd wonder what was really
in the patty, although a big Mac in Hong Kong seemed pretty normal.
I think a McDonald's burger would be OK in Vietnam, though given their great
cuisine it's hard to imagine choosing that.

Kent



From: Ekal Byar on

"Kent" <aka.kent(a)yahoo.com> wrote in message
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>
> "John Doe" <jdoe(a)usenetlove.invalid> wrote in message
> news:007f8474$0$8045$c3e8da3(a)news.astraweb.com...
>> Would people who eat (and feed their kids) junk food from places like
>> McDonald's care if the ingredients were slopped together with Chinese
>> slave labor?
>>
>> Just curious.
>>
>>
> I don't think there's much range beef in China.

But there is plenty of melamine in Chuna. They love putting it in foodstuff

> I'd wonder what was really in the patty, although a big Mac in Hong Kong
> seemed pretty normal.
> I think a McDonald's burger would be OK in Vietnam, though given their
> great cuisine it's hard to imagine choosing that.

Is vietnam where you learned to brine in the carport?


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

Clarification: in this case, workforce means production workers, and
yes, they are. Maybe not 100%, but 90% for sure. Others are various
office workers.