You sound like a stay-at-home mom scrubbing hubbie's shoes. Get out much? Bingo?<quoted text>And yet, you kept working there....were you afeard yer famly would starve if you embraced change and left the textile mill? Er whut?
I once worked in a union shop where the company and the union leaders slept together. Horrible working conditions and low pay.
Your naivete can't be hidden beneath that Burqua, babe.