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February 21, 2006                    Day 186

Greetings to all of my friends of honor and integrity. I want to thank all of you who continue to come out to picket regularly, my thanks to those of you who though now employed, still show up to picket, it truly shows your honor and integrity. I won’t soon forget, that on days when other groups may have found it too cold to picket, not only do you show up for duty, but you also did it smiling, as the picture of you and our dear friend and Associate Steel Worker Marge Boyle proved. It brightens my mornings to see you all waiting each morning for me to open the local even when the temperature dips to 13 degrees below zero. As we move past our sixth month anniversary I want to thank you all for remaining true to yourselves and our cause, unlike the weak filth that crawl across the picket line each day, you have proven that truly the best part of NWA no longer works there.

Our once proud airline now suffers with an executive team that was not bright enough to keep it out of bankruptcy. A group of gypsy SCABS so incapable they couldn’t get the job done. And now populated with a group of sorry filth so lacking in honor, and integrity that they soon found that they were unemployable anywhere else. And so this frightened filth, armed with the realization that they were indeed hopeless failures shed themselves of what little integrity they may once have had, and forevermore became SCABS. So it is no small wonder we have received countless reports from flight attendants and even passengers of their growing concern with flying NWA, who can blame them. The managers who we are in contact with realize the slippery slope the company is on, and have expressed there desire to see all of the filth replaced by the people of skill, honor and integrity that would not soil themselves as SCABS. Who can blame them, one day their families might actually want to take a flight somewhere, and it can be hard finding excuses for flying the competition.

 

 

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