OULIPOST: Day 22 (antonymy)

 

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Yes. No.

“Yes, the country featured some of the cheapest factories in the world, she argued, but the athletic-gear maker could ill afford another public pasting over its labor practices.”

No, the metropolis overlooked all of the priciest farms in the universe, he agreed, but the sluggish non-possessions waster could not healthily lose one private unsticking under its unemployment disorganization.

 

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Banjo, Shelly, “Inside Nike’s Struggle to Balance Cost and Worker Safety in Bangladesh,” The Wall Street Journal, 21 April 2014: BUSINESS (online)

http://www.foundpoetryreview.com/blog/oulipost-22-antonymy/

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