The NHL CBA (Collective Bargaining Agreement) expires at midnight. Looks like no NHL hockey for 2004-2005 season. :rant: :rant: :bash: :bash: :nonod: :damn:
I would never go that far. But I've been on both sides. When I was in a union, they didn't do me any good. Now that I'm not in a union and still believe that I don't need one. I'm glad I'm not in one. I'll keep me own damn money, work hard, and go on with life. Don't have much use for one.twisty said:I hate unions!!!! :cursin:
Gas Man said:O, and "puke" on those damn athletes that don't deserve to make what they're makin let alone go on strike!!
SHAN, :here: fix the "puke" guy and mess up.
The guy needs another ":" behind the "p" so it doesn't mess up the puke guy!
double2000r6 said:I will be supporting the true hockey players of today as I go watch my local IHL team - some guys like me not making **** for money trying to make a living.
I don't have a problem with the valid unions either that uphold us little people's rights - too bad I don't know any of those.. I am all for the ideal that started the unions back in the day - when the industrial revolution started because companies and sport team owners were majorly screwing over the little people but today is a whole new era and the worm has turned. Unfortunately it is again the little people getting screwed, as always.Need4Speed750 said:Ok, dont hold back mudpuppy..tell us how you really feel!! ..but seriously, you do make some valid points, I'll give you that!
I dont have a problem with unions that are willing to work the companies and their members to get a suitable working environments, pay, benefits, etc. There are plenty of companies who try to screw their employees over. But again, the majority overshadows the minority when it comes to unions. All the bad ones seem to make people forget about the good ones that are out there.