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Friday, 18 January 2013

How it works .....IN THE USA.


How it works......... IN THE USA


John Smith, an American started the day early having set his alarm clock
(MADE IN JAPAN )
for 6 am … 

While his coffeepot 
(MADE IN CHINA)

was perking, he shaved with his 
electric razor
 
(MADE IN HONG KONG)


He put on a 
dress shirt 
(MADE IN SRI LANKA),


designer jeans 
(MADE IN SINGAPORE)
 

and 
tennis shoes
(MADE IN KOREA)

After cooking his breakfast in his new electric skillet
 
(MADE IN INDIA)
 

he sat down with his 
calculator
 
(MADE IN MEXICO) 


to see how much he could spend today. After setting his watch
 
(MADE IN TAIWAN )
 


to the radio 
(MADE IN INDIA ) 


he got in his car 
(MADE IN GERMANY ) 


filled it with GAS
 
(from Saudi Arabia ) 


and continued his search
for a good paying AMERICAN JOB. 


At the end of yet another discouraging
 and fruitless day 
checking his DELL Computer 
( made in MALAYSIA ),
 


John decided to relax for a while.
 
He put on his sandals 
(MADE IN BRAZIL ),
 


poured himself a glass of wine 
(MADE IN FRANCE ) 


and turned on his TV 
(MADE IN INDONESIA ),
 


and then wondered why he can't find a good paying job
 
in AMERICA 


AND NOW HE'S HOPING HE CAN GET HELP FROM A PRESIDENT
 

MADE IN KENYA
You gotta keep this one c
  


5 comments:

Mark Kautz-Shoreman said...

And, your point is? Sad but true my friend.

Joyful said...

Oh my, I'd laugh if most of it wasn't true. But the President was born in America so that makes him American, doesn't it? ;-)

Gorges Smythe said...

That's about the size of it!

Gorges Smythe said...

Incidentally, One of Kenya's tourist spots is the birth-place of our current president. I haven't checked lately to see if he's been able to get the picture removed from the internet.

Kay L. Davies said...

If Kenya is inviting tourists to the birthplace of Barack Obama, I would have to wonder about it. I believe he was born in Hawaii, which is a US state.
I do know anyone who runs for president in the US must be born in the US.
Anyway, you're right about all the household goods made elsewhere. It's the same here in Canada. I get quite excited when I find clothing made in Canada.
K