It is humbling to read the blog post today about Kevin Bales. "Kevin Bales, President of Free the Slaves, and his Ristretto."

http://www.tombihn.com/blog/node/1981

To quote Rex Murphy, a Canadian commentator, by being born / able to live (in Canada, the US) - we've won the only lottery that matters. (This quote can apply to many other countries too of course, but the majority of the world are not so lucky.)

All the more reason I appreciate the Tom Bihn products. Can you find cheaper elsewhere - yes. (And I'm not even talking quality and customer service and vision, etc.) But I would never ever want to willingly / knowingly buy something that could per chance come from some sort of child-labour factory, or worse. Sometimes a price can speak volumes.