When I Saw This List Of Things Made In China, I Didn't Expect To Be So Shocked

For some, talking about the fact that a number of things are not made in the United States anymore gets into territory that's a little scary, because it feels like we're criticizing the people of the countries where they are made now. I think it's more about the companies that abandon factories here to make things elsewhere, costing the U.S. economy jobs that we desperately need right now. How about you?

Flash Video Embed

This video is not supported by your device. Continue browsing to find other stuff you'll love!

In case you were wondering what matters to us, it's your privacy. Read our updated privacy policy.

Hey, Internet Friend. Looks like you're using a crazy old web browser, which is no longer supported. Please consider upgrading to something more modern—for a better experience, and a safer time online. We only want the best for you.

Download Google Chrome, and try it for a week. Don't think about it, just do it. You'll thank us later.