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Bug Ridge
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#1 May 22, 2012
Dear John Letter,

"LETTER FROM CEO PATRIOT"]http://yahoo.bra nd.edgar-online.com/displayfil inginfo.aspx?FilingID=8635072- 7540-12092&type=sect&T abIndex=2&companyid=722276 &ppu=%252fdefault.aspx%253 fcik%253d1376812P
Mac

Summersville, WV

#2 May 22, 2012
Bug Ridge wrote:
Dear John Letter,
"LETTER FROM CEO PATRIOT"]http://yahoo.bra nd.edgar-online.com/displayfil inginfo.aspx?FilingID=8635072- 7540-12092&type=sect&T abIndex=2&companyid=722276 &ppu=%252fdefault.aspx%253 fcik%253d1376812P
yep that seals it......yer an ass.lmao

Bug Ridge
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#3 May 22, 2012
Mac wrote:
<quoted text>yep that seals it......yer an ass.lmao
Hey King Coal wrote it ... Don't jump on me ... This guy gettin ready to jump ship with his golden parachute .. Like CEO of ALPHA is doing .. Damn you guys need to wake up.
Mac

Summersville, WV

#4 May 22, 2012
Bug Ridge wrote:
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Hey King Coal wrote it ... Don't jump on me ... This guy gettin ready to jump ship with his golden parachute .. Like CEO of ALPHA is doing .. Damn you guys need to wake up.
Doesnt matter . Yer still an ass
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Bug Ridge
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#6 May 23, 2012
AGREED wrote:
<quoted text>Agreed! He isn't satisfied or happy unless he is poking his nose in someone else's business other than his own, mainly the coal miners. I still think people should try to put a true name to his screen name. The name you gave him was definitely the correct one!!
That's Mr. BUG to you PeeWee!
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Bug Ridge
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#8 May 23, 2012
Whatta Ding Dong wrote:
<quoted text>Get off your "high horse" before it bucks you off! No joke!
I can fly ~~~~~~
Trig

Summersville, WV

#9 May 23, 2012
Bug Ridge wrote:
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I can fly ~~~~~~
i hope for your sake you can
Trig

Summersville, WV

#10 May 23, 2012
Bug Ridge wrote:
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I can fly ~~~~~~
At some point you have to realize that you, however well intended it may be, you become a hindrance and a liability to your own cause. Just food for thought.

Bug Ridge
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#11 May 24, 2012
Trig wrote:
<quoted text>At some point you have to realize that you, however well intended it may be, you become a hindrance and a liability to your own cause. Just food for thought.
One of my " causes " as you say, is to count idiots in this world & friend you make it easy -- you set yourself up, here's your sign .. Don't take life so damn serious.
Trig

Summersville, WV

#12 May 24, 2012
Bug Ridge wrote:
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One of my " causes " as you say, is to count idiots in this world & friend you make it easy -- you set yourself up, here's your sign .. Don't take life so damn serious.
well I don't know where to start. I m not an idiot. I'm quite well educated. I don't take life too seriously . I love life with all it's quirks. You always ramble on about the environment and how bad the mining operations are on it. I figured that was your "cause". All I was saying is at some point calling people idiots and bashing them because they are non union miners and acting like an arrogant ass is probably not the best way to get people on board. On the other hand if you do this because it's a "fun game". Well then you are just a sad lonely old man. Just some food for thought.

Bug Ridge
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#13 May 24, 2012
Trig wrote:
<quoted text>well I don't know where to start. I m not an idiot. I'm quite well educated. I don't take life too seriously . I love life with all it's quirks. You always ramble on about the environment and how bad the mining operations are on it. I figured that was your "cause". All I was saying is at some point calling people idiots and bashing them because they are non union miners and acting like an arrogant ass is probably not the best way to get people on board. On the other hand if you do this because it's a "fun game". Well then you are just a sad lonely old man. Just some food for thought.
You don't sound like an idiot in this post .. However the others ya do & I let ya know. If you are well educated then act & respond accordingly & I'll respect that accordingly. I do not ramble on bout the environment nor how bad the mining operations -- when I do speak of the such it provable by evidence of public knowledge. Anyone that chooses non-union over union is foolish at least, you have no more rights or protection than the black slave pickin cotton for the master ... Why put yourself in that position when you have a choice? I've been in this business a long damn time and there ain't much I don't know about it.
Trig

Summersville, WV

#14 May 24, 2012
Bug Ridge wrote:
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You don't sound like an idiot in this post .. However the others ya do & I let ya know. If you are well educated then act & respond accordingly & I'll respect that accordingly. I do not ramble on bout the environment nor how bad the mining operations -- when I do speak of the such it provable by evidence of public knowledge. Anyone that chooses non-union over union is foolish at least, you have no more rights or protection than the black slave pickin cotton for the master ... Why put yourself in that position when you have a choice? I've been in this business a long damn time and there ain't much I don't know about it.
I don't believe choosing non union employment is foolish. However that is your opinion and I can respect that. Do you see how that works I respect your opinion. Unlike your unions I can live with that. I have been a superintendent for a construction company for about 20 years now and I have more than once hired men who turned out to be union members there to "salt the job" and in most cases my men wanted nothing to do with that. Not for fear of loosing there jobs. I didn't even get rid of the union guys. I told them as long as they kept there "salting" to lunch and breaks I was fine with it. When my men wanted nothing to do with it they began tearing up equipment and materials quit and picketed my job. It was hot that summer so I took a cooler of water out to the union members that where picketing and they dumped it out and threw the cooler at my truck and said it was "scab water". Lol. I told them if that's the attitude of there union it's no wonder my guys wanted nothing to do with them. It was quite pathetic. So you will have to excuse me if I don't have a very positive outlook on unions.

Bug Ridge
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#15 May 25, 2012
Trig wrote:
<quoted text>I don't believe choosing non union employment is foolish. However that is your opinion and I can respect that. Do you see how that works I respect your opinion. Unlike your unions I can live with that. I have been a superintendent for a construction company for about 20 years now and I have more than once hired men who turned out to be union members there to "salt the job" and in most cases my men wanted nothing to do with that. Not for fear of loosing there jobs. I didn't even get rid of the union guys. I told them as long as they kept there "salting" to lunch and breaks I was fine with it. When my men wanted nothing to do with it they began tearing up equipment and materials quit and picketed my job. It was hot that summer so I took a cooler of water out to the union members that where picketing and they dumped it out and threw the cooler at my truck and said it was "scab water". Lol. I told them if that's the attitude of there union it's no wonder my guys wanted nothing to do with them. It was quite pathetic. So you will have to excuse me if I don't have a very positive outlook on unions.
Interesting -- I would like to heard the Union side of the story of course, tearing up equipment is inexcusable & those responsible shoulda been fired. As far as the hot weather & cool water goes, the picketers should have been better prepared -- I would gladly accepted your water.
Trig

Summersville, WV

#16 May 25, 2012
Bug Ridge wrote:
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Interesting -- I would like to heard the Union side of the story of course, tearing up equipment is inexcusable & those responsible shoulda been fired. As far as the hot weather & cool water goes, the picketers should have been better prepared -- I would gladly accepted your water.
you can get the unions side of the story any time you want. It doesn't change the facts. I believe everyone should be able to make up there own mind and their decision should be respected. However your comrades don't see it that way. Your decision has to be union or the crap is going to hit the fan. Another company I worked for they came in got there vote and it was voted down and the called the labor board, fire Marshall, OSHA and anyone else they could call to disrupt work. Why can't the union accept no? Why do they feel the need to make it hard on anyone that says no?

Bug Ridge
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#17 May 25, 2012
Trig wrote:
<quoted text>you can get the unions side of the story any time you want. It doesn't change the facts. I believe everyone should be able to make up there own mind and their decision should be respected. However your comrades don't see it that way. Your decision has to be union or the crap is going to hit the fan. Another company I worked for they came in got there vote and it was voted down and the called the labor board, fire Marshall, OSHA and anyone else they could call to disrupt work. Why can't the union accept no? Why do they feel the need to make it hard on anyone that says no?
Remember this -- those union organizers that act like idiots are NOT comrades of mine!
Trig

Summersville, WV

#18 May 25, 2012
Bug Ridge wrote:
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Remember this -- those union organizers that act like idiots are NOT comrades of mine!
Do you see my point though? It's like any thing else,you all get grouped together because union means come together as ONE. So somebody needs to be on their asses from the inside.
Tre

Summersville, WV

#19 May 25, 2012
Bug Ridge wrote:
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Remember this -- those union organizers that act like idiots are NOT comrades of mine!
If they bare your name and blood they are family. Like it or not. Just food for thought. You advocate for the union ....they are your brothers. You need to take responsibility for jr.
Trig

Summersville, WV

#20 May 25, 2012
Tre wrote:
<quoted text>If they bare your name and blood they are family. Like it or not. Just food for thought. You advocate for the union ....they are your brothers. You need to take responsibility for jr.
That last one was me I made a typo. Lol

Bug Ridge
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#21 May 26, 2012
Trig wrote:
<quoted text>That last one was me I made a typo. Lol
I raised my children right, I'm long ago retired out of those games you are playing ... Those union problems are yours not mine -- will tell ya this organized labor is making a slow come back & will continue & all the UMWA jobs I worked on 98% of the guys & gals were great people. Have a great day!
Trig

Summersville, WV

#22 May 26, 2012
Bug Ridge wrote:
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I raised my children right, I'm long ago retired out of those games you are playing ... Those union problems are yours not mine -- will tell ya this organized labor is making a slow come back & will continue & all the UMWA jobs I worked on 98% of the guys & gals were great people. Have a great day!
Dont get you panties in a wad sr. Lol I'm just telling you my experience with the union.

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