"Bagger’s Banquet: Working on Thanksgiving" by @JenSorensen
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Yes, train, when I rest against the window please wake me up so I can hear more ads. If there are any problems in the world, it’s that people sleep too much and that they don’t hear enough ads. In fact, we as a society should not get another ounce of rest until all of our senses are being penetrated (er, I mean, “engaging”) with ads in perpetuity. Let us praise this new innovation in ad-engagement technology. Ads “for days,” as the kids like to say now. In the words of legendary marketing pioneer Oliver Twist, “Please, sir, I want some more.” More ads, that is. We want more ads.
Workers at Walmart stores and the warehouses that supply those stores are striking across the country ahead of Black Friday, to protest what they say are poor working conditions and retaliation by Walmart.
In this photo — provided to Up w/ Chris Hayes by Warehouse Workers United — David Garcia and Manolo Fernandez, workers at a warehouse operated by a Walmart subcontractor in southern California, hold up a thermometer showing the temperature in warehouse at 102 degrees. Walmart says it does not control the conditions in the warehouses, which are run by the subcontractors.
Why you shouldn’t go shopping on Thanksgiving night.
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