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    Re: Chrysler UAW workers caught doping, drinking-----Again-----

    LMAO, what a bunch of half wits, not only are they drinking on the job, the driving under the influence....morons.

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    Re: Chrysler UAW workers caught doping, drinking-----Again-----

    Quote Originally Posted by deltabtry View Post
    LMAO, what a bunch of half wits, not only are they drinking on the job, the driving under the influence....morons.
    A good point........

    ........apparently the UAW condones DUI and OUI.........and the only time to worry about drunk drivers......is if its a non-union drunk driver.
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    Re: Chrysler UAW workers caught doping, drinking-----Again-----

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    Like some private restaurant which caters and depends on white collar office suits is going to allow such a thing. Get real.

    Are you really trying to deny the three martini lunch? The guy next door to me runs his own small parts shop and spends a couple of afternoons a week treating FoMoCo execs and buyers in nudie bars in Windsor where he pops for all they can eat and drink....... and you would be surprised to what is on the menu.

    None of those guys are union.


    Martini lunch? what is this 1981? No, the martini lunch is not something that's common.... and no one at my place of employment is allowed to get drunk on the job. I don't know where you are going where you see this, but, to give you an example, the bar near my estate is the local lunch place for the mercedes benz and BMW office workers here in NJ, none of them are drinking at lunch, after? the place packs up at the bar.

    So no, I think what you are describing, is something possibly of the past.
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    Re: Chrysler UAW workers caught doping, drinking-----Again-----

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    You really don't get it do you? if it is wrong for employees of a company to engage in certain behaviors because it has been decided it is counterproductive to good work habits and the ability to perform ones job tasks - it should be wrong for the entire company - union and non union alike.

    1Perry wisely recognizes this reality

    Another thought is often these union folks operate heavy machinery.... the office workers operate computers.... You really want the factory worker drunk? I thought unions were all about workplace safety...

    Again, almost no one drinks to the level you claim, but if they did, I would be if I was a factory worker, be far more wary of a drinking co-worker than a dude on a computer.
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    Re: Chrysler UAW workers caught doping, drinking-----Again-----

    Quote Originally Posted by TheDemSocialist View Post
    Last night i had a few drinks at work....



    I think I'll have a snifter of Macallan 18yr right now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ReverendHellh0und View Post
    Martini lunch? what is this 1981? No, the martini lunch is not something that's common.... and no one at my place of employment is allowed to get drunk on the job. I don't know where you are going where you see this, but, to give you an example, the bar near my estate is the local lunch place for the mercedes benz and BMW office workers here in NJ, none of them are drinking at lunch, after? the place packs up at the bar.

    So no, I think what you are describing, is something possibly of the past.
    Come to Dearborn Michigan and you will see this with your own two eyes. Dozens of watering holes doing brisk lunch business almost all courtesy of FoMoCo suits. Then they go back to work for Ford's feeling a bit happier. But if they are a union member - all hell breaks loose.

    This is merely a double standard being exploited and demagogued by the anti-union crowd as part of their war on the working class.

    Again, almost no one drinks to the level you claim, but if they did, I would be if I was a factory worker, be far more wary of a drinking co-worker than a dude on a computer.
    And that would be because you certainly can do no damage with a few strokes of your computer?!?!?!?!
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    Re: Chrysler UAW workers caught doping, drinking-----Again-----

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    Come to Dearborn Michigan and you will see this with your own two eyes. Dozens of watering holes doing brisk lunch business almost all courtesy of FoMoCo suits. Then they go back to work for Ford's feeling a bit happier. But if they are a union member - all hell breaks loose.

    This is merely a double standard being exploited and demagogued by the anti-union crowd as part of their war on the working class.


    So, not allowing drinking by heavy equipment factory workers at lunch is "war on the working class?" seriously?


    what evidence do you have of your claim regarding dearborn and these "suits" drinking at lunch? Perhaps the union should negotiate drinking for factory workers at lunch then.
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    Re: Chrysler UAW workers caught doping, drinking-----Again-----

    Quote Originally Posted by ReverendHellh0und View Post
    So, not allowing drinking by heavy equipment factory workers at lunch is "war on the working class?" seriously?


    what evidence do you have of your claim regarding dearborn and these "suits" drinking at lunch? Perhaps the union should negotiate drinking for factory workers at lunch then.
    You are acting as if you jut found out that babies do not come from the cabbage patch. The idea that executive suits for Fords actually drink during lunch and keep many of the topless places in big bucks entertaining clients is not exactly a subject that SIXTY MINUTES is going to do this Sunday as breaking investigatory journalism.

    But a small number of grunts getting some during lunch is suddenly a big deal? It probably is if it serves your anti-union, anti worker agenda
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    Re: Chrysler UAW workers caught doping, drinking-----Again-----

    Quote Originally Posted by ReverendHellh0und View Post
    So, not allowing drinking by heavy equipment factory workers at lunch is "war on the working class?" seriously?


    what evidence do you have of your claim regarding dearborn and these "suits" drinking at lunch? Perhaps the union should negotiate drinking for factory workers at lunch then.
    Not all(or even most) jobs in auto plants are "heavy equipment" jobs.
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    Re: Chrysler UAW workers caught doping, drinking-----Again-----

    So some white collar exec takes a client to the local version of SCORES, drinks for a couple of hours and then comes back to his office three sheets to the wind. So how good are the decisions he is going to make on behalf of the company, its employees, its total operations at that particular time?

    The point here is NOT that anybody should be drinking on the job. The point here is that there is a double standard in effect and it works against the unionized workers allowing anti-union people to exploit when a small number of line workers are caught doing this while the news media ignores the suits doing the same thing.
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