Cj Verde wrote:He described a huge "organic" farm in California that had acres of mono cropped carrots and illegal immigrants laying on devices that let them roll over the carrots and pick the weeds instead of spraying toxic gick. Yes, it's a slight step up from spraying toxic gick (slightly better "earth care" 1st ethic) but it's not "people care" (2nd ethic).
Landon Sunrich wrote:
Man I WISH we'd been able to make our 'super sleigh' work in time that I could just lie around gabbing with friends while we weeded and thinned carrots. It's really not that bad - not if you're being paid well enough. Of course there are the questions of inputs and scale. But people care? It's really not that bad - its just work.