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July 29, 2009


Considering cases such as the Dupont factory out east that has to clean up their old zinc plant and pay damages to nearby residents (to the tune of 230 million) when the goo they left behind is now flowing into the rivers and water shed, I think the concept that big business is in it mainly for the profit is dead spot on target. The question is how far they are willing to cut corners for their profit. And judging from their track record, I'd have to say they would sell their own grand mother to make a dollar. So, it is not that big business can not be trusted, they SHOULDN'T be trusted.

Stu, some corporations are better neighbors than others. It depends on the people who work there.

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