In grim French north, worker protests seem doomed

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Bushwhacker

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#24
Apr 3, 2013
 
I especially liked this part,...." talk for three" ??

Guess, tire making requires silence or the boss is simply a BUTTINSKY !! LMAOROTFU~!

What a MORON you are non-sense...

Nobody cares a doofus bought a tire plant and needs to blame workers, because it's failing.

Poor ugly American managers, hated around the world, because they want sweat shops and profit driven mentality, for THEIR benefit...
scooby slew

Inver Grove Heights, MN

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Apr 3, 2013
 
Bushwhacker wrote:
Nobody cares a doofus bought a tire plant and needs to blame workers, because it's failing.
We all remember you only pretend to know stuff slew. This is another example of that. No "doofus" bought that tire plant, no one is stupid enough to take on that problematic labor union.
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I hope you pick stocks as well as you pretend to "KNOW" stuff ? Oh right, I do THAT !!! What do you do again ? Childish noises, right ?
Well, you at least admitted by your statement that you only pretend to know stuff. Shouldn't you be getting back to your whacking in the bushes? Maybe you can apply to that private institution, Stanford?

There you go Slewby DooDoo, pretending to know stuff again.
Bushwhacker

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Apr 3, 2013
 
I hope you pick stocks as well as you pretend to "KNOW" stuff ? Oh right, I do THAT !!! What do you do again ? Childish noises, right ?

Funny, you cannot comprehend ...

I do that=I pick stocks..

Are you stupid or trying hard to reach that plateau ???
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Apr 3, 2013
 
It seems some union workers, in the plant across the street, actually want to have jobs and work.

Mr. Dimoff, 60, spent 40 years as a militant union leader and reluctantly supported the flexible schedule at Dunlop, for which he was exiled from the CGT. He has no doubt that the Dunlop workers made the right choice, and thinks that the idea of a workers’ cooperative at Goodyear is doomed, because the workers will not find the money needed to make the plant competitive.

Mr. Dimoff admires the fighting spirit of the Goodyear workers but says he feels sadness.“It’s sad,” he said,“because the factory could have been saved.”

And he feels a larger sadness, too.“I’m part of a generation that experienced ‘the common program of the left,’” he said.“We had visions for the future, and different values, but all this is forgotten. The left has completely deviated from its promises.”
Bushwhacker

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Apr 3, 2013
 
I love a single biases outsider's statement as proof of anything...but everyone has an opinion.. LMAOROFU~! Tossing him outta the union made no hard feelings, right ?
Good "work" hating workers and losing the ELECTION !!!
CRASSUS

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Apr 3, 2013
 
The French Muslim women stink.
Bushwhacker

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Apr 3, 2013
 
I love a single biases outsider's statement, as proof of anything...but everyone has an opinion.. LMAOROFU~! Tossing him outta the union made no hard feelings, right ?
Good "work" hating workers and losing the ELECTION !!!
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Apr 5, 2013
 
It seems some union workers, in the plant across the street, actually want to have jobs and work.

Mr. Dimoff, 60, spent 40 years as a militant union leader and reluctantly supported the flexible schedule at Dunlop, for which he was exiled from the CGT. He has no doubt that the Dunlop workers made the right choice, and thinks that the idea of a workers’ cooperative at Goodyear is doomed, because the workers will not find the money needed to make the plant competitive.

Mr. Dimoff admires the fighting spirit of the Goodyear workers but says he feels sadness.“It’s sad,” he said,“because the factory could have been saved.”

And he feels a larger sadness, too.“I’m part of a generation that experienced ‘the common program of the left,’” he said.“We had visions for the future, and different values, but all this is forgotten. The left has completely deviated from its promises.”

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