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Anaconda, Bad, and Cars: Garbage @GarbageApe The joke is that the French are cowards, but lay one of them off and the union will shut the factory down and take management hostage until they're rehired with back pay. Lay an American off and they'll apologize to you and give you a $100 tip on their way out. 5/26/18, 11:44 AM View Tweet activity 2,604 Retweets 11.2K Likes t1 1.3K 3.2K Kevin Follow @seekevinrun Replying to @elonmusk I was laid off from lesla yesterday and although it hurts (a lot!), it is the right thing for the company. I don't regret giving all I had and in a way bidding adieu is my last contribution. l'll be cheering Tesla on knowing I did my part. Thanks for the years of memories! 11:34 AM - 12 Jun 2018 40 Retweets 1,169 Likes eo 25 gorgonsach: x American workers as individuals and the labor movement as a whole is so demoralized that the average worker is convinced that working in an at will state is fine, that unions are bad, that collective bargaining and labor rights are a  thing of the past, and that the rich are this benevolent group that they too can be a part of if they just work hard enough and save. Americans are sycophantic and cowardly when it comes to fighting corporate power. Our entire culture is permeated with a corporate ethos. We claim to hate tyranny and authoritarianism by the government, yet we have no problem with corporate tyranny and corporate measures to spy on us, tell us what to do, and tell us what we can think and say.  At least people in other countries can flip cars over and burn things and show their anger when corporate power tries to take over their country or when companies want to slash benefits. It’s also interesting that we are one of the hardest working (in hours) Western nation yet we are one of the most unproductive . who would have thought that treating your workers right is actually beneficial in the longterm for a companies interests. 

gorgonsach: x American workers as individuals and the labor movement as a whole is so demoralized that the average worker is convinced that ...