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    How is this an official thread? Why is everyone making the official thread of stuff? some should make the official thread of failed official threads
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    (Original post by tigermoth99)
    Nestlé - for their scrupulous business activities (esp concerning their domination of baby milk) and supporting some of the world's repressive regimes
    I assume you mean "unscrupulous"...
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    (Original post by soutioirsim)
    definitely BP
    BP aren't evil, they're legends for annoying the Americans so much
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    (Original post by Tumpelo)
    Activision Blizzard.

    For creating video games that truely destroy lives.


    someone got 6pooled
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    because i am sure that all of us would be incorruptable and still concerned with ethical issues should that amount of money be thrown at us......
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    (Original post by starofale)
    Yes! Google are evil!!!
    The *******s disabled my adsense account without providing any information to back up their accusation and I sincerely doubt their appeals procedure is anything more than an automated rejection
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    (Original post by heyimbored)
    BP aren't evil, they're legends for annoying the Americans so much
    I suppose...

    But the animals god dammit!
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    (Original post by thejonsmith)
    Talking about corporations as 'evil' is nonsensical. If you're talking about corporations from an idealistic, moralistic, stance then some can be seen to be 'immoral' through things such as polluting the environment. However, 'immoral' does not amount to 'evil'.
    News Corporation.

    They control the mind of the proletariat, read here :sad:


    /thread.
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    (Original post by lubus)
    someone got 6pooled
    I'm pretty sure its a bad thing that I know that means. Few would.
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    (Original post by Tony_Soprano1)
    I could name a few for various different reasons but in your eyes who is the worst? thanks

    Ok i agree with
    1) Nestle
    2) Walmart ?
    As a daily mail reader, it's the BBC!
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    why do people put official on threads, even though theres nothing official about it?
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    (Original post by In2deep)
    News Corporation.

    They control the mind of the proletariat, read here :sad:


    /thread.
    Not "evil", just run by a xenophobic, misguided, loud-mouthed, moron.
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    Officially the most evil hey?

    I can think of a few with questionable morals...

    Nike
    GAP
    Nestle
    P&G
    Unilever
    GSK
    McDonalds
    Bacardi

    The list goes on. Notice they all manufacture stuff. Can't think of financial services firms which are 'evil' as such since they treat their employees OK
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    (Original post by soutioirsim)
    I suppose...

    But the animals god dammit!
    As much as I love the animals, winding up Americans is priceless, and they wound up the whole of America, they deserve some kudos for that.
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    Ben and Jerry's - that advert pisses me off so much.
    Jokes


    But for real?
    Walmart - ASDA branch.

    It's evil because it gets the poor people of Britain to buy from it (because it's tacky and cheap) and drives British companies under by building massive ass ASDA shops where the traditional butchers/bakeries are.
    Also, their marketing strategy just annoys me - 'oh, just take a look at how much cheaper we are compared to other supermarkets'. QUALITY NOT QUANTITY ARGHH.

    The few times I have been in that shop it's been full of common people too - screaming at their children and swearing a lot.

    Sorry to those who shop at ASDA, but those are just my feelings. Tesco is much better.
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    tesco
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    (Original post by adam_zed)
    because i am sure that all of us would be incorruptable and still concerned with ethical issues should that amount of money be thrown at us......
    Wrong thread, brah.
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    (Original post by In2deep)
    News Corporation.

    They control the mind of the proletariat, read here :sad:


    /thread.
    Holy crap!
    I never knew so much news was controlled by one company :eek:
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    I think capitalism is inherently immoral. Picking out individual examples is a bit disingenuous, but my vote goes to BP.
 
 
 
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