If you ever see a bunch of little kids dressed up in orange looking Luke Skywalker outfits I suggest you haul ass in the other direction as fast as possible. Unless you would enjoy death by a thousand tiny kicks.
where is indiana jones when you need him most..
I'll be impressed if he can do this at age 30.
this little guy is dangerous, we should give him to michael jackson.
dont get any ideas onlinepredator, monks arent gay, he'll tear your balls off and flush 'em down the fuckin toilet. go prey on other young children... better yet, eat a bullet.
Note to self Don't give bald kids wearing pink ,they will kick your ass.
well, great resume! your fired! ( have fun working at a Nike factory)
why does the little gaylord have to wear pink?
^^^^I mean "HIRED"!!
^^^oh! shut the fuck up Unthuged!
fucking morons, monks wear orange, its obvious the cameras tint is a little light, wake up dipshit
what the fuck kind of totally annal comment is that gilium.... geezzzz
^^^^Nike factory.. LOL!
see honda has not told us the whole truth that is a robot... asimo is a hasbeen..
oh some reality check... people think wrong about many things and many of the kids and adults working in so called sweat shops for low wages are not force in there.. matter of fact they make more there than they could hope to make elswhere... not to mention the fact that the worst of the worst is all you ever hear about from sensationalizing media... we don't get told about the kid that makes more money making shoes than his dad does...
A sweatshop is a factory where workers make products in very poor working conditions. This can include exposure to harmful materials, dangerous situations, extreme temperatures, or abuse from employers. Sweatshop workers often are forced to work extended overtime hours and paid less than minimum wage. Child labor laws may also be violated.
Some of the earliest sweatshop critics were found in the 19th century abolitionist movement that had originally coalesced in opposition to chattel slavery, and many abolitionists saw similarities between slavery and sweatshop work. As slavery was successively outlawed in industrial countries between 1794 (in France) and 1865 (in the United States), some abolitionists sought to broaden the anti-slavery consensus to include other forms of harsh labor, including sweatshops. As it happened, the first significant law to address sweatshops (the Factory Act of 1833) was passed in the United Kingdom at about the same time that slavery was outlawed there (1807), and the anti-sweatshop movement drew from much the same reservoir of supporters and social thinkers. Similarly, once the United States had ended slavery during the American Civil War, the reconstruction period saw social reformers turn their attention to the plight of the urban workforce.
Ultimately, the abolitionist movement split apart. Some advocates focused on working conditions and found common cause with trade unions and Marxists and socialist political groups, or progressive movement and the muckrakers. Others focused on the continued slave trade and involuntary servitude in the colonial world. For those groups that remained focused on slavery per se, sweatshops became one of the primary objects of controversy. Workplaces across multiple sectors of the economy were categorized as "sweatshops." However, there were fundamental philosophical disagreements about what constituted slavery. Unable to agree on the status of sweatshops, the abolitionists working with the League of Nations and the United Nations ultimately backed away from efforts to define slavery, and focused instead on a common precursor of slavery — human trafficking.
Those focused on working conditions included Friedrich Engels, whose book The Condition of the Working Class in England in 1844 would inspire the Marxist movement named for his collaborator, Karl Marx. In the United Kingdom the Factory Act was revised six further times between 1844 and 1878 to help improve the condition of workers by limiting work hours and the use of child labor. The formation of the International Labour Organization in 1919 under the League of Nations and then the United Nations sought to address the plight of workers the world over. Concern over working conditions as described by muckraker journalists during the Progressive Era in the United States saw the passage of new workers rights laws and ultimately resulted in the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938, passed during the New Deal.
More recently, the anti-globalization movement has arisen in opposition to corporate globalization, a process by which multinational corporations move their operations overseas in order to lower their costs and increase profits. The anti-sweatshop movement has much in common with the anti-globalization movement. Both consider sweatshops harmful, and both have accused many companies (such as the Walt Disney Company, The Gap, and Nike) of using sweatshops. The movement charges that neoliberal globalization is similar to the sweating system. Furthermore, they argue that there tends to be a "race to the bottom," as multinationals leap from one low-wage country to another searching for lower production costs, in the same way that sweaters would have steered production to the lowest cost sub-contractor.
^^^Comment of the week!
^^^ Are we posting comments, or history lessons? I hope you put that head to work at a job!!
I bet one shot to the head would stop this kid cold in his tracks.
oi ! you can pack that in and shine me shoes! and when your finished get up that chimney and get it cleaned,
gilium my TV is black and white, i didnt know monks wear orange. and you suck cock
I didn't see him kick ANY ASS!!!!
Just pranced about like a little faggot!!!
gilium? thankyou for the inspired post, pity i couldnt be arsed to read 1 word of it ya boring shyte
Let's not forget here everyone. He still only weighs 60 lbs. Chuck the kid around like a rag doll.
first off most country's DONT have a "minimim" wage,nor do they have "overtime"laws. thats about asfar as i got b4 ya bored the tits off me!!!!!!
Now on Dancing with the Stars... Webster.
my wife asked me the other day "when guys to the splits where to your balls go?" and I told her " I guess you tuck them in your ass" I really don't know.
Struth! Didnt this bring on some inspired commentary!..I could make some smart-assed comment about Young-Fu drying his hair with his ass, if he had any hair, but that would be totally lame!(PS, Which country you reckon will take gold in the Olympic gymnastics this year?....where was that happening again....?)
nice move flat nuts.
Ok... Where's Eddie Murphy?
Impressive! BUT...One bullet would stop him in his tracks:)
He's not white Jay so I can't just walk up to him and PUNCH HIM IN The FACE:)
^^^^^ FAGGOT ASS!
breakdancing shaolin crane tiger muffin the mule dragon styleee!
the muvafucker stole my wallet!
lets see one of yalls fat fuken kids do half of that shit yall are breeding fat lazy little punks
Its the dancing baby, come to life....wow !
You missed the pebble Grasshoppa.
one swift kick in his little nuts would cure the spread of that plague.
Hell of a ninja midget!
Didn't he choreograph the Thriller video?
Never take you eyes off your opponent even when you bow!
if this little shaolin punk come at me,there would be pock marks and dust around him as i blast on his ass.he would kick my ass man.for fucking shame.
i feel bad for his nuts he like body slamed them into the ground
Congratulations giligum, youve just won the biggest douche bag in the world award. God damn and I thought commoneagle was gay, actually gillium commoneagle is a homoesexual, your a faggot. I hope you at least next time give credit to your source when you copy and paste something off the internet, bitch...
U GOT SERVED!!122#1
hey i need a lil friend like that man...ill even give free drugs all the time..all hes gotta do is knock everyone i say out...
A Sweatshop is a get rich quick scheme gone horribly wrong...unless ur paying in coke leaves like offa the blow movie..but they were older