I subscribed to Mother Jones back in the 60's (at least I think it was that far back), and stopped because the truth as printed was too depressing. Now somehow I find an issue in the mailbox, and I see that my action in the past was probably correct. The cover page story is called: The Secret Hell of Online Shopping or What happens when you click "place order" I became a warehouse slave to find out. This is way too much information. Is this really happening in America? This is just one of the articles in the March-April issue that is shocking, but as I order my share of stuff online to save gas and time, it does take me a back that my convenience comes with a cost to some poor yahoo in the stockroom.
Read it if you want, but it's disturbing.
Now, morally, because of reading this one issue, I can't buy on-line, from WalMart, or purchase any more vitamins. And that's not mentioning all the articles.
I'll see how long that lasts.