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Good job unions (Hot Cross Puns)

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Been out blowing leaves, come in, take off Long Johns, and see my thread has Sno Balled into something different.

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I turnover this thread to you guys for a little while and it all goes a rye.

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Better vulture capitalists and management get what they can while they can off the backs of the employees....the actual philosophy

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Bankruptcy is what happens due to ongoing concessions that can't be met.

Like I asked earlier. Now that this has happened what does the union have in place to take care of the workers going forward?

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Unions pizzed at each other. All other unions negotiated, but this particular one decided to just strike. Left the other workers hung out to dry.

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Better vulture capitalists and management get what they can while they can off the backs of the employees....the actual philosophy

Hey you. With the facts. Stop it.

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