• 1393. KaniSas VWeat. vwnen they reaizea women
were using their sacks to make clothes for their
children, the mills started using flowered fabric
for their sacks so the kids would have pretty
clothes. Pure kindness. The label would wash
out.
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    • You remember when people cared about each other...
      Rezerrex 14 jul
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    • Imagine being so retarded that you say "Or... They could give higher wages so the children wouldn't gave to wear trash?" With a straight face.
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    • People trying to act like this isn't a kind gesture saying they should pay more like every poor family works for them
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    • Back when not everything was made of single use plastics ..
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    • The duality of man
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    • My grandma’s mom did this. She made my grandma a pair of pajamas, and now they’re part of a quilt in my grandparents bedroom!
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    • Need more companies like that
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    • My grandmother wore seed bag dresses. It was a different time back then, people made do
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    • Kansas is a crazy state, a little bit of everything is here
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    • Nowadays the company would have changed to a material that couldn’t be turned into clothes and started charging for it
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    • My grandmother wore the bags from sugar as underwear for a long time, and they used the flour bags for pillow cases and clothes.
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    • KANSAS FINALLY GOT RECOGNIZED FOR SOMETHING YAYYYY!
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    • PorkSword 14 jul
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    • Nowadays the company would find a way to make it harder to turn into clothes and then sell a machine to make it easier
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    • THIS IS WHAT HE MEANS WHEN HE SAYS MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN.
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    • Foundry 14 jul
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    • It was the tail end of the Great Depression, they probably couldn't afford to pay them more and this was the only kindness they could provide for those families.
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    • Been a while since my tits sagged this low
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    • Americans in the 1930’s were truly badass, they never blamed capitalism, they blamed themselves. Unfortunately millions did starve to death, but they worked their way back to prosperity. Today we have people complaining about minimum wage, as if we have it like these people did
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    • Or... They could give higher wages so the children wouldn't have to wear trash?
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    • The company actually still does this
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    • Companies today would probably sue the parents
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    • Good old American ingenuity and pride in the people
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    • Think about it in the last 40 years salaries have not really increased. The price of necessary items like food clothing and everything else has gone up quite a lot but the money we make is the same in the last 30 years! Think about that. Slowly being screwed.
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    • Any time you wanna complain about how “little” you have, remember that this is what most people just had to do; things are so much easier today.
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    • Shit man let's start dressing up the poor kids in Walmart bags
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    • Im gay
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    • make it - make do - or do without
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    • Back when ppl cared about each other. Now, companies try their hardest to find ways to screw the worker so the executives can make their millions.
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    • :)
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    • “Pure kindness”? You’re a retard. If one company makes flowered clothes “for the kids” guess who gets 100% of the business... duh.
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    • The power of Capitalism
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    • And for the richest country in the world over the last 30 years reducing the quality of our public schools is a disgrace.
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    • The international grocers in my city sells rice in patterned material and I sew them into reusable grocery bags.
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    • Our school officer used clothes made from these sacks as a kid
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    • I would like to point out that this was an EXTREMELY successful marketing tactic. They weren't doing this out of the kindness of their hearts lol, although as I see it its a win-win
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    • I slept on an old quilt that was made from flour sacks in college, it was made by my great grandmother it was the softest blanket ever, my parents still use it on camping trips
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    • Bring this back!!
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    • When your iq is so low you don’t know the difference between consumer and employee, not to mention this was during the Great Depression, which was caused by something companies weren’t responsible for
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    • Back when capitalism was under control.
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    • This makes me really happy
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    • White people were " ghetto" too at that time
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    • We really are the spoiled brats of humanity
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    • Capitalism at its finest! Social responsibility is not socialism!
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    • Today they would figure out how to monetize the sacks.
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    • My grandma is making flour sacks that she's found into quilts
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    • My great grandmother made dresses like that for my grandmother and my mother as well she still has the dresses and they were beautiful in thier own way.
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    • Imagine getting shitty about a company simply doing a kind thing for people
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    • Still have my floral bloomers
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    • This is enviromentalism
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    • SIMP
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    • Some still do this
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    • Both of my grandmothers made clothing from these sacks
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    • I have a quilt from shirts that belonged to grandfather. He was in the army the air force and he was a dirt bike racer. He has not passed yet but he's not doing good right now.
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    • My grandmother used to have clothes made from potato sacks in the Great Depression. She's 92 now.
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    • Wouldn't say pure kindness, but kindness nonetheless.
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    • My grandma had a ton of these bags in her closet. She made clothes for my mom and aunt when they were younger. After she died my other aunt made quilts for the my mom, aunt, and uncle out of them. It’s pretty cool.
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    • Capitalism filing a need, they get more sales, consumers get better products, everyone wins
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    • Back when companies where human beings
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    • Let’s go Kansas whoop whoop
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    • Considerate
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    • I really want to pillow fight with one of those
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    • The guys be like🌸👌
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    • You just lost the game
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    • Its when marketing and business get together with churches...they left out that it was a woman's CHRISTIAN journal that made the companies aware.
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    • Now isn’t that a nice story. Back when the middle-class was the largest class in the US and you could survive happily and provide for your family and even if you’re lucky but you didn’t have to be that lucky stay home with your children and help them learn and feel loved. Instead of coming home alon
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    • wow a time where America wasnt a shithole. THATS America now today's times
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    • When companies weren’t 100% shit
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    • America was also white and Christian
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    • Kansas is a brotherhood. Fuck eastern Kansas though.
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    • Ah, the sacks. You could make clothes, furniture upholstery, blankets, pillows, sacks, the list goes on.
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    • People nowadays are assholes
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    • It’s not kindness, it’s marketing.
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    • Then a piggy CEO took over and stopped producing those goods cause it was too much :(
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    • Infochecker you fucking nerd where's my fact check
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    • Now: haha mommy look the amazon box has a flower cutout in it
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    • I bet if this happened now they would turn to boxes
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    • Though it was Mount Rushmore
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    • Back when capitilism was in effect not corpratism
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    • Young Jimmy gets beat up at school because he's wearing flower pants
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    • Aw that’s nice
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    • The 20th century was an amazing time. If you were white
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    • Kansas gang
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    • Now it's..... Who buys sacks of flour anymore? Besides like restaurant kitchens... Who knows how to bake anymore? Besides like restaurant kitchens.... Want a wholesome family? Move into a restaurant lol
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    • Nowadays the company would sue the families for copyright
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    • This country isn’t the greatest country on earth, but it used to be.
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    • Nowadays, they'll have the designs fade off but keep the logo to their company.
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    • Nowadays they'd sign a contract with a clothing company and make the sacks out of plastic or some shit so it couldn't be used
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    • Stop this neoliberal bullshit, I bet anything that there was some kind of monetary incentive to do this
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    • Cool
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    • Back when America was white
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    • That’s actually very kind
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    • this wouldn’t happen today😞
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    • Dont forget guys, this was during the great depression, which is why these people were struggling to get clothes
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    • Canvas back ducks got their name because they would be delivered in a canvas bag, with a deposit on these bags after returned just so people didn't do this.
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    • That came from capitalism bitches 🖕
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