Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, mazorj said:
> > I wonder if even the striking employees know the difference. Yesterday
> > I saw a strike picket line outside of a Verizon Wireless store in
> > Danvers, MA.
> Of course they know the difference. If VZ store clerks aren't part of the
> workers who are striking, it almost certainly was not a strike picket line
> but informational picketing aimed at informing VZ customers. This is a
> common publicity tactic and there is an important legal distinction between
> the two.
I didn't stop to ask, as I was running late for a game with friends.
But I did notice a couple of things on the signs: "IBEW"
(International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers) and "On Strike". Make
of that what you will.
If they're still there next Sunday and if I have the time maybe I'll
stop and ask them.
Jeffrey Kaplan www.gordol.org
Double ROT13 encoded for your protection
Peter's Top 100 Things I'd Do If I Ever Became An Evil Overlord, #207.
Employees will have conjugal visit trailers which they may use
provided they call in a replacement and sign out on the time sheet.
Given this, anyone caught making out in a closet while leaving their
station unmonitored will be shot.