Discussion in 'ABF Freight System' started by frakie, Sep 25, 2016.
Rube's Truck Stop, Viet Nam...ooooohhhh the places I somehow managed to avoid during my lifetime.
Been to both of them, "You aint missin' a thing" Although I'm not sure which one is the most dangerous!
then you missed the gun fights on the cross Bronx ..thrilling
No, I didn't miss them.......they missed me......
I drive 70 miles into the NY of the west coast every night...California..I take a dump and head back home.
Someone told me once that if there was a massive earthquake and both California and New York broke off and slid into the Ocean.........this would be a helluva good country after that.....
IF New York breaks off I hope It takes Washington DC with it.
That does sound good to me. Those two are sort of like freight Teamsters...10% of the population, 90% of the problems...
Well...if you want to really clean things up let's add Camden, Chester and Baltimore to the mix.
While I'm not a teamster, I think you have it backwards, 10% are problems with at least 85% being the leadership. Most of the teamsters I have talked to seem like pretty good people. They are upset, and rightfully so about the leadership and the violations and give backs in their contracts. The other 15% are members with a me me me attitude.
Massive oil slick in the water then...... with anchovies and pepperoni.....
used to pk/up pizza dough in Camden now that would be one big greasy pizza floating around
I was referring to freight only being 10% of the Teamsters membership anymore, yet we make up 90% of the issues that they have to deal with. It is no longer our union and we have become the red headed step children.