A seasonal annoyance in the pre-Trump workplace was Girl Scout cookie time: your boss or manager would wave an order form in your face for their daughter’s Girl Scout cookie drive and, for the sake of politeness and maybe your job, you’d have to buy
Proper Cloth doesn’t admit that its outsourcing practices are cutting corners, of course. They prefer to use terms like “supply chain and logistics” and “streamline operations” to “deliver a better value” to refer to the way that they outsource work to foreign factories with sloppy standards.
Walking with my kid through the drug store today, I saw this tchochke on the shelf. “Merry Chirsmas?” I thought to myself. “Haw! They spelled it wrong!” So I took a picture, thinking the whole thing was pretty funny. After I got home, I thought