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One of the big winners of the pandemic is the American Amazon concern, which is expanding rapidly. But criticisms of the supervision and working conditions within the company and its subcontractors come to light, revealing the true inhuman regime in which the company's employees, who have become the new slaves of large corporations, work.


For years, Amazon has been subjecting its workers to terrible conditions, often due to unreasonable demands that must be met. Jeff Bezos, CEO of Amazon, is now the richest man in the world - with a net worth of over $ 150 billion. This wealth has been built on the backs of workers who are not paid enough for their work and are expected too much.


Workers ended up wearing diapers to reduce time spent in the bathroom, just to meet deadlines and quotas.


Amazon has repeatedly denied these allegations and tried to silence them, despite overwhelming evidence - even going so far as to pay employees to lie about working conditions.


The internet exploded with memes and not only, Bemorepanda collected some of them.


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40.Now hiriring

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drugs-hidden-in-disinfectant-bottles-drug-traffickers-have-adapted-to-the-pandemic

Drug traffickers are taking advantage of the coronavirus pandemic and are hiding drugs among protective equipment delivered to various countries around the world.  Some managed to hide the narcotics even in hand sanitizer bottles, believing that this way they would not be discovered by investigators.


Every day, organized crime officers discover drug traffickers, dismantle networks and confiscate drugs.  Investigators and smugglers appear to be in competition.  Some are looking for new ways to hide the goods and others have to find them.  

The worst thing is that criminals are trying to take advantage of the pandemic and hide drugs in humanitarian transport.

 Earlier this month, Australian border guards found several kilograms of methamphetamine in shipments of disinfectants and masks sent from Canada to Australia, CNN reports.

 "We know that criminals will push any limit to bring drugs into the country, so it is no wonder they are trying to use indispensable items during the pandemic, such as masks and hand sanitizer to hide them," said ABF chief John Fleming  .


 The drugs were found while officers were inspecting shipments at the Sydney Gateway Facility.

When officers opened several boxes to check them, they found among the packages of masks and two bottles of hand sanitizer wrapped in air bubble foil.  Everything seemed in order, however, something made the law enforcement officers think and they analyzed the containers more carefully.  They found that they had fake bottoms.  Inside the secret compartment was a crystal-like substance, which was later tested positive for methamphetamine, officials said.  In total, almost two kilograms of illicit substance were found.

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tesla-has-launched-a-new-tequila-bottle-and-it-costs-a-fortune-bemorepanda

Elon Musk launched Tesla Tequila, a bottle of drink that sold for $ 250 a piece. The entire quantity put up for sale was quickly depleted.

 

The tycoon behind the electric car company launched the idea of โ€‹โ€‹taking out a bottle of Tesla drink in a joke, through a post on Twitter more than two years ago. But Elon Musk kept his word, and the joke turned into a very serious business, which was also a huge success, reports Reuters.

The packaging of the Tesla Tequila bottle is in the form of lightning, but different from the concept initially promoted by Musk on social networks.

 

He posted on Twitter the idea of โ€‹โ€‹"Teslaquila" for Fool's Day - April 1, 2018, and obviously, many took it as a joke. Until October, it tried unsuccessfully to launch the brand, meeting opposition from Mexican Tequila producers, given that the name "Tequila" is a registered trademark.

 

According to the description of the drink sold by Elon Musk in only a few American states, it is aged in oak barrels, "having aromas of dried fruit and vanilla, seasoned with pepper and cinnamon".

 

But it is not the first such "business" of the brand that the billionaire is developing, which has released limited series of products that are even more strange, in connection with Tesla.

He sold flamethrowers for $ 500 a piece in early 2018, raising $ 10 million he used in his high-speed underground train project, The Boring Company. He previously sold 50,000 Boring Company-branded hats.

 

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