I guess an obvious resolve would be to pay these poor workers in Bangladesh an honest wage. The lowest minimum wage currently in Canada is in Alberta @ $9.75 per hour. (interesting side note: the highest is in Nunavut @ $11.00... Nunavut! WTF? Well I'll have NONEOVIT! That's too much for
Well, I guess we could pull our production back to North America and exploit our own children. So, instead of 3 cents an hour, the poor children of Bangladesh will make no cents an hour. Is that better?
Or maybe we don't want to fix this problem at all. I mean really, who wants to pay more than $7 for a T-shirt at walmart anyway? It's interesting to note that according to the National Labor Committee, women sewing NBA jerseys make 24 cents per garment that will eventually sell for $140. The bigger crime here is paying that much for an NBA jersey! If you're doing that, either you have too much money or you're fucking retarded. I'm going with both.
Eventually, Rule #1 WILL solve this problem. But while we're waiting until January 6, we need a stop gap to help these people. Personally, if I live in an area where the best I can hope for my children is to make clothing for self absorbed people who have to replace their wardrobe every week because fuchsia is so last week, I'm not having kids. Apparently they don't share the same mentality. If you're interested, you can find some interesting information and some ideas HERE.
In the new world, Rule #1 will ensure all workers are treated fairly.
And NBA players will be paid 3 cents an hour.
AND SO IT SHALL BE WRITTEN!