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Sunday, December 09, 2007


If you don't laugh out loud there is something terribly wrong with you.

On China, I have been talking to people and the point is if the organic cotton comes from China anyways (sources for organic cotton these days in the US are very scarce and it either comes from India or China or Mexico) then why is it any more sustainable to just make them over there and ship them here. So when looking at the cycle I see that I am not giving US workers much needed manufacturing work but if the factory over there is certified and I can go hang out there is it really so horrible to have it manufactured overseas? I don't know. Still debating internally. Then I start to think...can I convince myself of anything? The internal argument never ceases.

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