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  1. Amazing, even with a union ally trying to save the show, the Baker Union (for short, the actual name is really long) still wouldn’t play ball. And apparently there was a disagreement between the Teamsters and the Bakers, so now unions don’t even play well with each other anymore. I wonder which union is going to claim the other one threw them under the bus?

    Comment by zf — November 17, 2012 @ 2:27 pm

  2. In regards to a comment from the union (which one? probably the Bakers I assume) that management was fine with the pensions after the first bankruptcy that takes a lot of chutzpah. They were trying to keep the company afloat without a) ticking the union off and b) trying to not have to keep you from your precious pension money. Unbelievable that the Union would throw that back in the company’s face. Hey, your way didn’t work, but you stubbornly kept going. What twits.

    Comment by zf — November 17, 2012 @ 8:57 pm

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