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Monitoring Sweatshops: Workers, Consumers, and the Global Apparel Industry by Jill Esbenshade
Monitoring Sweatshops: Workers, Consumers, and the Global Apparel Industry (book)
by Jill Esbenshade
Just A Little Off The Ear, Please: I went to the walmart hair salon and asked the girl there if she could cut my hair a certain way she said she easily could no problem. I asked her when the next time she would be there so I could come in and get the cut. I returned on the following wednesday and I again asked are you sure you are ok doing this type of cut she again reassured me she could. So we proceeded! Well she kept cutting and cutting and cutting!! I stopped her and questioned what she was doing she said she wasn't done yet but not to worry it would be how I wanted. Well she kept cutting my AND my ear!!! She cut my ear lobe to the point that the blood was dripping down onto the cape I had on! All she could say was oops I think I cut your ear. YA THINK! I mean what gave it away the fact that I am in pain or the blood dripping everywhere?! Needless to say at that point I stopped her from cutting anything else and I am glad I did! She butchered my ear and my hair. And to make matters worse she had the nerve to charge full price!
Liz

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