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I'll be eating Bugles, not sure about everyone else.
at "Twinkie Boss"
That dude living lavishly
it is a great thing. One less union screwing over logic and reason
10 Major Poll National Titles (CFB record)
35 Bowl Wins (CFB record)
72 Wins over last 6 years (CFB record)
UNIONS SUCK BALLS!!!
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At the cost of 13,500 jobs of people who weren't even in the union?
the purpose of a company isn't to employ the most people it can. it is to make money. unions greatly hinder that ability and need to go.
Not to mention, when the purpose of the job is to make some piece of shit that does nothing but fatten up the already fat population.... F off.
Speaking of which, Missouri enhanced its reputation as a state of fatties. I went to do Thanksgiving shopping today, and the entire Hostess section had been cleared out by people worried about a shortage of their snack cakes and whatnot.
No more twinkies and cupcakes.
How is the SEC going to schedule ooc now?
Looks like another perfect day.
I was at the grocery store this morning. EVERY SINGLE HOSTESS SNACK WAS SOLD. ARE YOU KIDDING ME.
Who's going to sponsor Rickey Bobby
just goes to show the Country has to Wonder how many Twinkies live here now.
Fatties gonna fat.
Oh yeah - I like it
There are two sides to every story. The company was struggling and the top executives got HUGE raises, many nearly doubling their already huge upper six figure salaries.
Not an unbiased site, but the article shows a sad trend.
I wanted to get some :(
To make it worse, I dont think the unions were even trying to get raises. The company started to cut benefits and pay while DRASTICALLY increasing the pay of executives
Workers took concessions just a few years ago and this year the company has stopped making its contractually obligated contributions to their pensions. Meanwhile, according to the union,the company's CEO got a 300 percent raise,from $750,000 to $2,250,000,while other top executives got raises of hundreds of thousands of dollars apiece.
The factory had already planned on closing a lot of their stores. This simply allowed them to do so and point the finger at someone else. But yes, the unions tried to protect employees from corrupt executives and right wingers jump them for it instead of actually looking at the full story.
Unions are evil bro...corporations are where its at
Not guilty y'all got to feel me
I'm not exactly pro union, but the right wingers in this country create so much noise distraction that it's a shame. Maybe I just here them more since they are louder. But it's absolutely stupid to blame this on a union.
if i own a company isnt it my right as the owner to pay whoever i want whatever i want ?
keep in mind an "executive" given a monster pay raise by The Board (or ownership) doesnt equal
a "corrupt" exec that steals from the company.
- juz sayn - because it sounds like another classic example of the tail wanting to wag the dog.
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