moonowl wrote:Oh lord, I hope this isn't too fangirl. If I start writing Choadsworth fanfic, come shoot me please.
moonowl wrote:Sadly I doubt it, unless I get some kids to knit in slavery in the basement.
It took me most of the day to make one.
strawman wrote:That would, sadly, be against the law in Philadelphia.
Apparently the Chinese have worked out a deal where they will continue to finance our debt as long as we only use the slaves in their basement.
Ironically, the deal permit s our textile workers to export the "Made in China" labels to them.
I have much of this week off (not today), but I can look around and see what pops up. If anyone has a specific suggestion about where to start looking, it'll definitely speed the process up.strawman wrote:I think, assuming we can bypass the sneed cartel, we need to be thinking about microbusinesses. I hear this type of activity is gaining traction in small rural villages in India, where $35 is a month's wages. Indian sewing machines consist of a needle and thread. Anyone have any contacts in small rural Indian villages?
This may be a question for Facebook.
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