Thing a Day
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Thing a Day

It is Impossible to Make 100% Ethical Purchases

The moral and ethical quandaries of buying things in the modern world.

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I have an Amazon Prime account. I don’t use it very much these days because, as it turns out, Amazon isn’t that great of a company to work for. I’m honestly considering canceling it, except there are a few things that I can only easily get there.




In which I write one thing each day.

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Matthew Maniaci

Matthew Maniaci

Living with and talking about mental illness in an open, honest way to help break down stigma. I was one of those suicidal kids you read about. He/him/his.

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