i was bored and actually turned on the television, to have some back ground noise. it was quiet in the house. i had it on discovery channel, one of those stations, where they have the show, "how they do that?"
they were showing a factory that produces sandwiches. those ones in vending machines and in the packages when you walk into those crappy convenience stores in the middle of the night, after you have driven x number of miles and you are away from any real restaurant or grocery store.
in the factory, there were 2 lines, one side sandwiches were being made by machines, doing all the work and closing up the sandwiches and the other were people who were wage workers, doing everything by hand. seeing both the machines work one side, it was obvious that the workers on the other side could easily be replaced.
just got me thinking, really depressing how those people stand in line just placing bread on sandwiches all day, a job that really does not require much of anything. investing soo much of their own time and their own lives and when times comes, those people get layed off, they wont have anything to show for it, just that they can make a sandwich.
i worry, really do that there are many people in the us, that get stuck in those jobs because obviously they have to work but just walk away with nothing to show. i really hope there can be some kind of reform, where everyone learns some kind of skill when they leave high school or wherever to fall back on.
but companies wont be able to benefit with out having unqualified low wage workers, an so maybe it works out better if not everyone gets an education for them, maybe?
romney was a dead end