about a sugar cane mining company has gotten way out of hand.
We can’t let that happen.
article Posted by Stephen Moore on Monday, February 08, 2018 03:04:16 A new article on the popular online news site Reddit has gone viral after a user named Stephen Moore posted a screenshot of the article to his own Facebook page.
The article has since been viewed more than a million times.
Moore, who is a writer at a news outlet called the National Journal, said he was surprised by the response he got after he shared the article on Facebook.
“I thought it was funny,” Moore said.
“But then I thought, ‘Whoa, this is something I should be thinking about.'”
The story, titled, “Why Sugar Cane Mining is Not a Good Idea,” detailed a recent incident involving a sugar-cane mine in Texas.
Moore shared the screenshot on his own page and wrote: “It’s not my idea, it’s the mine owners.
The government is taking over, and they don’t want to pay the workers.
But these guys are taking it from the people, and we can’t be happy about it.” “
Sugar cane is a precious resource.
But these guys are taking it from the people, and we can’t be happy about it.”
He added: “They’re just trying to make a quick buck off the labor of these hardworking people.
They have no idea what it’s like to have to put a fence around their property and pay to build the fence.”
It’s like saying that people who want to buy a house in the US have to pay property taxes. “
They say it’s a terrible idea, but what is it really?
It’s like saying that people who want to buy a house in the US have to pay property taxes.
Moore is a Republican and is an adjunct professor at the University of Southern California. “
This is a real mess that is not going away.”
Moore is a Republican and is an adjunct professor at the University of Southern California.
Moore is also an attorney who specializes in mining and the environment.
He said he thought it would be appropriate to share his opinion on the matter.
“The reason I am sharing it is because people want to know,” Moore wrote.
“Why is sugar cane so important?
What is the environmental impact of it?
And, more importantly, why is it that these people don’t care about the people who live near their sugar cane?”
He added that he does not think the mining industry has been too generous with its labor.
“For example, the sugar cane industry does not provide adequate pay or benefits to their employees,” Moore explained.
“A survey found that the average employee in the sugar industry earned $1,200 less than a comparable employee in other industries.”
Moore’s opinion is shared by a number of other online commenters.
“In fact, there is no good reason to mine any sugar cane,” one Reddit user wrote.
Another said, “‘The sugar industry has a very low average wage, but it pays a lot of people.’
If I’m mining sugar cane, I’m not going after someone who is trying to survive on minimum wage.
And if I’m going after somebody who wants to live off the minimum wage, I need to get them a job.”
A third commented, “The sugar cane workers are the best of the best.
If you can’t afford to go to the doctor, get an ear and nose job.
And don’t tell me you’re getting a little bit lazy or you’re a poor farmer.”
“The fact that these ‘fugitives’ can still earn $1K/month is insane,” another commenter said.
Another posted, “So why would you go into mining sugar?
Why would you leave your farm, and take a job in a sugar plantation?
It is illegal for a sugar worker to be paid less than the minimum.
You can’t make your own money.”
Moore said he believes the mining companies and their employees have a lot to answer for.
“What I’ve seen from mine owners and their contractors is that they are taking the right actions to try to protect their property, and that they’re not giving enough attention to the workers,” Moore told ABC News.
“There are not enough guards to protect the workers, and it is a shame that we have this issue.”
The National Journal article, which has received more than 10,000 comments on Facebook, has received nearly 10,500 likes.
Moore said his own experience with mining led him to want to share the article with others who might not agree with it.
“It has helped me to see the hypocrisy of the people that I have worked with in the industry,” Moore added.
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