jeff4066
jeff4066
8:15 AM
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Because if you F over the allies you’ve been using to fight your wars, they will ally with your enemies, then come after you. Read more

10/15/19
9:43 PM
12

Given the fact that they didn’t find a sword or mace or something similar, I would guess that this wasn’t a warrior at all or even a cleric but rather a magic-user. The arrowheads were likely used as the material component for a Flame Arrow spell or something similar. Read more

10/15/19
8:47 PM
2

If you keep-stopping forest fires eventually the thistle gathers up in such volume that a huge fire is inevitable. We can no longer be the worlds fire chief.

10/15/19
5:01 PM
20

The people here are too simple-minded to remember that part of what got Obama elected after Bush was the promise to do just what Trump has; end these needless, rewardless wars. Read more

10/15/19
4:07 PM
75

The idea that zombies weren’t in until The Walking Dead tv show is weird revisionist history. 28 Days Later came out in 2002. Shaun of the Dead and Zack Snyder’s Dawn remake both came out in 2004. Basically every indie horror comedy at the time was about zombies. Zombies were fucking everywhere in the 2000s.

10/15/19
12:22 PM
13

Isn’t the dictionary normally about a decade behind when words come about as they wait for it to be a bit more largely used/stabilize on a common meaning?
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10/11/19
12:07 PM
128

I thought there was 100% gender equality in the car buying market and everyone gets treated poorly?

10/10/19
12:31 PM
5

THIS. For those that are unaware, this practice of stringing temp workers along for years at a time is incredibly widespread throughout manufacturing, whether it’s automotive, aerospace, medical devices, semiconductors, whatever. Read more

10/10/19
10:35 AM
4

4th: I’m sure all those benevolent full-timers would gladly take a $5/hr cut in the interest of equality.

10/10/19
10:33 AM
16

$18 an hour should have a path to higher wages, but ~$30 an hour with full benefits isn’t feasible in the future for assembly line workers. Are line-veterans going to take cuts so that there is reasonable parity among fellow workers? Read more

10/10/19
10:29 AM
14

This is like saying the eyes are entitled to everything the hand creates. Who is actually creating? Is it the engineer? Is it the sales staff? Is it the BoD? Is it the labor stamping one piece of sheet metal? Read more

10/9/19
12:00 PM
13

Right. You can only milk the cow for so long before it dies of starvation. The money and business sense genuinely isn’t there, especially in the case of something like transmission builders. Of course in the transition to EVs—and GM has said, on record that it wants to move to a zero-emissions future—those jobs would Read more

10/9/19
10:20 AM
158

I get that auto workers want job “security” since many of them have worked there for decades. You don’t want to be thrown out at the end on your duff when you’re in your 50's. But honestly, there is a lot of myopic thinking and entitlement views coming from so many of these Rust Belt workers. Sure GM and other Read more

10/8/19
5:19 PM
14

If their hair is a mess, you can be sure.  Hence the reason for my lonely days in college. Well, that and the lack of muscles, impending riches, and popularity. 

10/8/19
10:29 AM
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yea, i understand fighting for pay, benefits and safety infrastructure, but attempting to dictate product?  get out of here.