mjj (flemmings) wrote,


Oh, very clever, transit union. Very clever. Through three weeks of negotiations it was '48 hours notice of a strike, we'll give you 48 hours notice if there's going to be a strike.' Until the union rejects the tentative agreement and then it's 'we'll close everything down at midnight on a Friday with thirty minutes notice-- *if* you're on the system already.' And for why? 'We're concerned that there'll be violence directed towards our workers if we announce in advance.'

Yeah. Right. Like people won't be mad now? 'But they can't do anything even if they are because we're on strike ha ha!'

Well played, sir, well played. A truly brilliant stroke. Now Monday, when your workers have been ordered back to work, should be veeery eeenteresting...
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