Like if you don’t know what you’re Liking

One of the responses from the prick I told you about a little while back on Disqus was to tell me that all the stories about Amazon were probably all disgruntled former employees who got sacked, or people who never even worked there.

This guesswork unfortunately doesn’t quite explain how undercover reporters for various newspapers and online publications got jobs there working undercover and discovered pretty much exactly the same things. My URL covers just one example. There are many more.

Quite when the world is going to stop pretending Amazon is some benevolent corporation and everything is rosy and happy clappy for its employees isn’t clear, but it certainly won’t happen any time soon as gullible shoppers will seemingly always outnumber savvy ones, and just auto-choose Amazon.

Published by InsanityDaily

I'm a gamer. I'm a coaster. I am happy in general. We're all born by chance and we're all gonna die. That makes me no better or worse than you. Get over that fact and we'll probably get along. I comment on the Google news feed a lot. Oh, and I swear quite a lot.

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