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Old 08-18-2018, 04:29 PM
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Originally Posted by s1alker View Post
There has been a boom of building warehouses in my area for awhile. Largely because the operations are moving out of the neighboring union state to our non-union one. Warehouses here pay low wages, no benefits, and are sweatshop conditions.
I can guarantee you that there will be a revolving door for order selectors.
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Old 08-18-2018, 09:26 PM
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Originally Posted by Supposn View Post
JetGraphics, efforts to demean others are a greater evil. ...
Originally Posted by jetgraphics View Post
Denouncing collective bargaining as evil is not demeaning. It's just a fact. But if facts are evil, we're toast, my friend.
JetGraphics, denouncing collective bargaining as evil is an "opinion" rather than a "fact". A fact is true, unlike an "alternative fact" which is synonym for a "lie".
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