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subject ~ Help me out!
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Forgot name of the manager who trained landon! He also left to go too a farm out place! It's seems bay four dc-10 guys turned out to be the vermin in our midst!

Submission date ~ 07-31-2014
subject ~ Sound familiar
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KENSINGTON, Md., July 31, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Samuel H. Mays, Federal Judge for the Western District of Tennessee on July 30 issued an order directing Kellogg to cease its lockout of 226 workers at its cereal production facility in Memphis that began on October 22, 2014. Workers at the plant are represented by Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers, International Union (BCTGM) Local 252G.

In the decision, the Federal Judge ordered Kellogg to end the lockout within five days; bargain with the union in good faith; offer reinstatement to every worker to their former or equivalent positions; re-establish the same terms and conditions of employment prior to the company's last/best offer; and, submit to the court details of its compliance with the order within 20 days.

David B. Durkee, International President of the Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers, International Union (BCTGM) applauds the decision. "Yesterday, a Federal Judge agreed entirely and unequivocally with the Union and the National Labor Relations Board. Judge Mays rejected each and every argument Kellogg has made since this dispute began," said Durkee.

"This decision validates what the BCTGM has contended all along in this lockout. Our members and their families have been subjected to more than 280 days of unnecessary pain and suffering at the hands of Kellogg. We applaud Judge Mays for beginning the process of righting this senseless tactic that was brutally imposed on these workers and their families. We look forward to our members returning to do what they do best, producing a quality product," Durkee concluded.

In the decision, Judge Mays states that imposing a lockout over non-mandatory terms is unlawfully coercive and "discriminate[s] against the employees for their participation in protected collective bargaining activity."

The BCTGM has contended that Kellogg's proposals in local bargaining would have changed already agreed upon wage rates and benefits for regular employees, thus modifying the terms and conditions contained in the Master Contract that governs such terms and is in effect until October 2015. Judge Mays validated the Union's position in his ruling, stating, "In effect, Kellogg's proposals were not to change the Casual employee program, as it insists it had the right to demand. Rather, Kellogg effectively demanded changes to the wage rates of new or rehired Regular employees. Those rates are set in the Master Agreement. The good-faith bargaining required by the Act does not allow Kellogg to use creative semantics to force midterm changes in the wages of new or rehired Regular employees in violation of the Master Agreement."

Judge Mays concludes that it was "just and proper" to end the lockout. "The lockout, which has deprived the employees of their pay and health insurance, has been ongoing for nine months. The administrative process may continue for many months and even years to come. To allow the lockout to continue through that period would place significant hardship on employees in furtherance of Kellogg's bargaining position, which [the NLRB] has reasonable cause to believe is unlawful. That would undermine the remedial powers of the Board."

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Submission date ~ 07-31-2014
subject ~ Mike Solimanto
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scab



Submission date ~ 07-31-2014
subject ~ ,"Jodie Douglas" Not
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I believe your thinking of julie "GOLDEN" showers. Bad tat's and a nasty attitude. Jodie was a brunette.



Submission date ~ 07-31-2014
subject ~ "employees with morels!! "
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Clifford is that U?

Submission date ~ 07-31-2014
subject ~ Nipples
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Nipples you're such a hottie! Sugar Britches and I will be in back of the SA on Post Road Friday as you requested. Sugar Britches is asking that you bring your strap on again. We're so excited that neither of us can sleep. Yesterday at work I didn't sleep a wink.
Yer boy toy,
Boner B.

Submission date ~ 07-31-2014
subject ~ Wild shrooms
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Seems that Delta has a lot of trouble employees with morels!!

Yes, never hire a person that brings mushrooms to an interview!

Submission date ~ 07-31-2014
subject ~ pilot arrested
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Trouble with mushrooms?

Submission date ~ 07-31-2014
subject ~ SWA Scab Hearder Landon Nitschski,Jodie Douglas!
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Warning SWA AMT's. I just remembered the name of the ExNWA Scab Herders ExNWA HR partner that followed him to TIMCO-(3rd largest Outsourcing place of Airline Maintenance) The Wxtches name is ,"Jodie Douglas"-the one who wXore the short skirts, long blonde hair and big rings on her fingers. I was an AMFA rep at one time and had to protect membiz from her. Believe me!-She is no friend of AMFA unionized AMT's! Hopefully she is still at TIMCO and has not followed her scab herder buddy the new ,"Head" Maintenance Manager Landon ,"Snitcski" Nitschki to SWA too. Can someone from SWA plug in her name to confirm if she does or not work at SWA (OR) just look under Landon's desk you might find her their too?

Submission date ~ 07-31-2014
subject ~ Let's Wildcat........to.......sluuurp
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Greatest last words......
Yeah, the "Fatboys" of DTW (Carl D. Hamilton, Richard Bronkhorst, Gary Dabbs, Mark Rogers, Joe Laplante, Jim Scabemkowski, and Lucian Hatfield) NEVER worked hard, they hardly worked!



Submission date ~ 07-31-2014
subject ~ pilot arrested
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Here we go again another pilot from Scab Air was arrested for groping a 14 yr. old girl. Seems that Delta has a lot of trouble employees with morels!! but what do you expect with scabs, just look at Madani, Miller, and the list goes on forever

Submission date ~ 07-30-2014
subject ~ Heads up swa techs!
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Landon has the play book!
Tell use who else he brings in!
PS,dont trust the pilots or the split tails!

Submission date ~ 07-30-2014
subject ~ Boner B.
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Your such a luv monster. Friday Evening following 11 pm punch out meet me in back of the SA station on Post Road. Bring Sugar Britches Rosenlieb with you and we'll mix it up a bit.
Your precious sweetie,
Nipples

Submission date ~ 07-30-2014
subject ~ Plant Maint. SCAB Jim Winterhalter
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If you've ever known anyone who was both stupid and couldn't shut his mouth then you are familiar with SCAB Jim Winterhalter's personality. Worse yet, he is proud of being a dumb SCAB.

Submission date ~ 07-30-2014
 subject ~ Ex NWA Scab HEarder/Backstabber Landon Nitschke!
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****Warning!,Warning! SWA AMTs! ExNWA short time AMT and maintenance Manager Landon, "Snitchski" Nitschke helped plan to dismantle, "Farmout" of NWA in house ,"AMFA" Unionized AMT Airline Maintenance and continued herding the scabs for a few years after AMFA's strike in 2005! I see that snake in the grass made his way into ,"Love" Airline. Sad to say SWA is infected by this untrustworthy, "Heart Worm" who will now slowly dismantle SWA ,"AMFA" Aircraft maintenance at the core by farming out more of your work and once again get rid of the same Unionized group of, "AMFA" AMT's for lower wages just like he did at Northwest Airlines. I hate to say this but I am sure the management at SWA had this in mind when they hired Landon Nitschke! I am one of the ExNWA Honorable 444's who worked under Landon a few years before NWA's strike-He is two faced and can't be trusted. I think the farmout place Landon worked for was Timco-3rd largest in the country. He also brought an EXNWA HR lady with him to Timco but I cannot remember her name-blonde hair, short skirts wore big rings? Maybe she is at SWA too! Good Luck!

Submission date ~ 07-30-2014
subject ~ Landon N.
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For you guys at swa, he is a good bullsh*t artist! I think he went to a farm out place in Washington state! Who knows maybe delta did not like him! Right before the strike he had a lot of dog and pony shows. He would like to be your friend! Don't drop the soap!

Submission date ~ 07-29-2014
subject ~ Nipples
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Big Al hates this exnwa and won't read anything here. Leave our rendezvous info here.
Much luv,
Boner B.



Submission date ~ 07-29-2014
subject ~ SCAB Herder Nitschke
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Landon Nitschke
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Can we get an unauthorized bio of Landon Nitschke?
He is about to take over tech ops here at Southwest and all we know is that he started at NWA in 92. What was his role in strike? Any info would be appreciated.

SWA AMT's

Dear SWA AMT, You need Landon at SWA just as a fish is in need of a bicycle.


Submission date ~ 07-29-2014
subject ~ SCAB Boner Benson cam
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www.camzone.com/iah-chimp1


Submission date ~ 07-29-2014
subject ~ Landon Nitschke
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Wasn't a mechanic very long when he saw an opportunity in management. Now all his buddies that he rode to work with, went to church with, well when it came time you know the choice he made and it wasn't his buddies. He helped dismantle nwa.
He helped put his friends on the street and out of work. Of course it worked out for him.
He liked scabs because they wanted to be there.
I would do what I could to help him out the door. A leopard doesn't change his spots.

Submission date ~ 07-29-2014
subject ~ scab sighting
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saw that dca scab crack murray at potomac mills mall on sunday. still the same nasty looking scraggly haired, snaggly toothed m fer I remember. I can see why he and his wife get along so well!

Submission date ~ 07-29-2014
subject ~ Little Dick
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On tv today with a 747 in delta colors in the back ground! Quite catching! Palestinians love no balls dick!

Submission date ~ 07-23-2014
subject ~ Landon Nitschke
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Can we get an unauthorized bio of Landon Nitschke?
He is about to take over tech ops here at Southwest and all we know is that he started at NWA in 92. What was his role in strike? Any info would be appreciated.

SWA AMT's

Submission date ~ 07-23-2014
subject ~ Hard work
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subject ~ You don't get fat by working hard.
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Drop in at aar dultuh you can get your fill daily. Not only are they working there, but they are management. One of them... the BIG Ham... seems all his aircraft leave late. Now for one who professes to know "all" about airbus, one has to wonder why his leadership leads to late aircraft.


Yeah, the "Fatboys" of DTW (Carl D. Hamilton, Richard Bronkhorst, Gary Dabbs, Mark Rogers, Joe Laplante, Jim Adamkowski, and Lucian Hatfield) NEVER worked hard, they hardly worked!

Submission date ~ 07-21-2014
subject ~ You don't get fat by working hard.
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Scabs-
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Got a look at the scabs yesterday.

Made my skin crawl seeing those traitorous thieving scum slither across the ground with their soulless beady eyes.


Drop in at aar dultuh you can get your fill daily. Not only are they working there, but they are management. One of them... the BIG Ham... seems all his aircraft leave late. Now for one who professes to know "all" about airbus, one has to wonder why his leadership leads to late aircraft.

Submission date ~ 07-18-2014
subject ~ Scabs-
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Got a look at the scabs yesterday.

Made my skin crawl seeing those traitorous thieving scum slither across the ground with their soulless beady eyes.

Submission date ~ 07-17-2014
subject ~ SCAB 80784 TERPENING, WILLIAM
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Former union steward turned SCAB, way to go DUMBO

Submission date ~ 07-16-2014
subject ~ SCAB 243384 KASPER, MICHAEL
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Not much of a wrench or a man. He was afraid of starting a new career.

Submission date ~ 07-15-2014

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