> Hey folks, we've got one more socialist on the list!
I suppose, although I hate to pigeonhole myself into
any category. I guess it comes partially from watching
my father spend more time with his projects at work
than at home (by necessity--he would have rather been
with us), then having his projects canned just before
completion. What was it all for, designing automation
machinery then having it all thrown out so the company
could purchase the same thing elsewhere for *more*
He worked for Chrysler. I can't look at the cars from
1975 to 1985 and see what it was all for. They took
his life in exchange for the smallest wage the UAW
would let them get away with, and gave his family
nothing but a small discount on a substandard,
overpriced vehicle with lousy (okay, antagonistic and
downright mean) customer service. Transhumanists, I
ask you--what price for a huge section of the sweet
pie of one's life?
I hope nobody on the list works for Daimler-Chrysler.
:) If I offend I apologize, but my distaste for them
and their stupid antics will never go away.
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