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Good gravy Marie but one is touchy after midnight, isn't one?

Look, I never said "instead of a boycott". The first two words in Prong 1 are in fact "A boycott". I agree with you. Where I disagree is with the idea that they're so paranoid that a boycott alone would do the trick and, more importantly, that they would actually change their business model instead of making a few PR moves and then going back to BAU as soon as the cameras were turned off. There needs to be an infrastructure in place to keep them in line. You can't keep a boycott going forever, you know. WM can't be trusted, you know that, and there needs to be an agreement in place featuring a watchdog with very large pointy teeth.

My point about the article you cite was certainly NOT that it was sufficient. I was only noting that the lines of communication are finally open between unions and local businesses and that they need to be used. So will the unions use them for something other than lightbulbs? Can they?

Obviously this requires more discussion. I feel another post coming on....

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