Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Support our International Workers

Today I was fortunate enough to have the pleasure of contributing to the exploitation of workers on an international level by purchasing some articles of clothing. I did not go shopping, men don't shop. I knew what I wanted to get and got what I wanted so I am not a shopping exploiter of the human race, just an American consumer that can't find anything made in America.

The items I purchased: 3 mock turtlenecks from Jordan, a pair of jeans from Costa Rica and 2 fleece pullovers from Vietnam (this one is my favorite because now I can exploit the family members of some of those that may have taken a few shots at me a few years back. Maybe even the shooter since many of them are probably still forced to work just to get by).

Since there were 3 continents involved at least no one can say I am not an equal opportunity exploiter. I would just like a chance to exploit an American once in awhile, I would be willing to pay for the privilege.


CamiKaos said...

I've seen you shop before.

In the golf store.

mielikki said...

oooh, called out by your own daughter!

DaddyKaos said...

That's not shopping, as I stated, real men don't shop. That was just looking around with no intention to buy, that is unless I found something which then becomes exactly what I knew I wanted and then of course it is not shopping because I knew that is what I wanted and I went there to get it. Get it?

Bubblewench said...

I'd be willing to pay for the priviledge of exploiting an American as well instead.