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    Child labor jam

    Just picked up this jar of jelly in India today. Note the label. Apperantly, child labor is benefit for some Indian products.



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    Re: Child labor jam

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    Re: Child labor jam

    I can just imagine fields of children in flowing garments cheerfully picking berries into their cute little wicker baskets. Why, what would a child enjoy more than a hard day's labor???

    I wonder if this sort of marketing would also work with steel production or coal mining? "Mined by the elegant little hands of the children of Bombay"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dustysage
    I wonder if this sort of marketing would also work with steel production or coal mining? "Mined by the elegant little hands of the children of Bombay"

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    Oh wow, how warped am I for cracking up at that?! Anyways, that is one of the most bizzare things i've ever seen.

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    Re: Child labor jam

    Quote Originally Posted by Modern Folly
    Oh wow, how warped am I for cracking up at that?!
    You're not the only one. I find it frightening, yet funny, in a sadistic sick sorta way....

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    Re: Child labor jam

    Must ... buy ... steel!
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    Re: Child labor jam

    The opposite of children picking berries in a field. Human Trafficing or worse.
    Think about it.

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