Crop that top or drop that flop
Crop that top or drop that flop
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Elegant and restrained styling, I see u Rodrigo!
Hey Matt Skiber! Love that name & thx 4 the follow!
I didn’t know. Oops, I did it again!
Perhaps read the article before asking what this has to do with Mazda. I care to be an informed consumer. I understand that as one consumer I don’t register on a company’s bottom line. However, I do not shop at The Gap because of their repeated horrendous subcontracted sweatshop tragedies. The companies exploiting low… Read more
The underpaid and under-protected factory workers, the local economy, the higher profit margins... How is that meaningless context?
You’re right about one thing! Trump’s tariff proposals were not explicitly stated in the original commenter’s question about Mazda’s incurred losses. So yeah, I can see how it would appear I was bitching about Trump. However, these little train hiccups pale in comparison to what those tariffs would do. Combine the two… Read more
Valid platitudes* I know not to waste time explaining consumerism, taxation, and investments. Repeating those subjects as a means to diminish a conversation about outsourcing for cheap labor is vapid.
What am I a caricature of? I answered his far-reaching question and commented on the themes he posed regarding Mazda’s move out of Mexico.
Yes, their government is letting “it” happen. The companies, too, are letting “it” happen. Need not fear, our beloved companies surely have enough change hidden away to protect themselves shall matters worsen. When money talks louder than the suffering of others you (in a general sense) may just as well be a computer… Read more
Fighting organized crime in Mexico by introducing automatic weapons works wonders! See also: Operation Fast and Furious
The underpaid and under-protected Mexican labor force that makes up the workers in this hypothetical factory scenario of yours really don’t have a better choice. Does that make it fair? When these companies use trains to transport their merchandise through surrounding areas, can you now see how their troubles are are… Read more
Those jackass companies sure did! My favorite experience of driving my Mazda from Mexico is feeling the scratching on my neck from a child’s fingernail that got torn off by a sewing machine onto the collar of my sweatshop Gap shirt! The two just go hand-in-hand!
I am not clairvoyant nor a keyboard financial analyst. I venture to guess that these companies knew what environment they were getting themselves into to begin with. If only Trump cared about their taste of greed could they rest easy knowing train derailments are the worst of their issues with manufacturing in Mexico.
I won’t cry to corporations who* get their heads popped from a much-needed reality check. I won’t cry for the executives who get a golden parachute out of it either. I would find humor in the “thug-like” behavior from both sides if the inherent greed of these companies wasn’t so sickening. Read more
Everyone and their dead cat realizes that, which is why I can’t comprehend the victimized whining of these companies. They choose to do business in a poor place and get robbed. Shocker!
Corporations, they’re just like us! Let’s gather ‘round for prayer. Dear Father, we know these multi-billion dollar entities are abusing our region’s low standard of living to achieve higher profit margins. We know these entities are victims of crime which breeds itself the areas they’ve set up shop in. These… Read more
Can’t tell if sarcasm. Yes, it’s their fault for being rich. They’re abusing a region’s low standard of living to manfacture the bread and butter of their multi-billion dollar fortune for higher profit margins.
Those poor motor companies just wanted Mexico’s low labor costs without ANY poor people shenanigans!