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June 24, 2009

Count your blessings

I assume that most of you reading this don't have to work "in Hell for $11 a day".


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No, thank God, but if we did you can bet we'd have better breathing filters. Wealth is good.


I like the fact that it takes until the 8th page before they mention that 'working in hell' is something that they do voluntarily because they get payed 10 times what they'd get payed at other available jobs.

Even then it's presented as a 'They have no choice because their other options are so bad' rather than 'in return for the health risk, they and their families economic prospects are increased tenfold'

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