I have had to alert ranchers to call and have trains delayed while the slaughter truck comes and removes the cow with a hoist.
Yes, I remember years ago seeing locomotives with an extended front guard protruding outwards. Believe they called them "Cow Catchers"
This might be a solution in Washington to gather up all these worthless politicians that are bleeding us dry!
You two probably think a pasty is something a pole dancer wears.
I've never frequented a pole dancer place. If you are referring to a 'pasty' being a cover up you are correct, with the continual lies our President gives us apparently he keeps trying to cover things up.
And we elected these two clowns to represent us.....Good Grief, what have we done!!!!...Americans better wake up before it's too late if it's not too late already. Both parties need a good physicing to eliminate the greed and start representing the people.
Boeing machinist campaigns to replace national union leaders
4 hours ago
By Bill Rigby and Alwyn Scott
SEATTLE, Jan 10 (Reuters) - A Seattle-area Boeing Co worker is one of two men campaigning to replace national leadership of the International Association of Machinists in the wake of bitter infighting over the planemaker's latest labor contract.
Boeing's IAM members narrowly approved the contract last week, effectively sacrificing their pensions for guaranteed work on the new 777X jet.
But the contract vote left deep divisions between local union activists who generally opposed the deal, and the national union leadership who supported it.
If the local workers are successful in winning control of the national union, it would likely give rise to a much more militant workforce that could pose a long-term threat for Boeing, which has a checkered past with its Seattle-area workers and has lost 200 days of production over the last 25 years to strikes.
Jason Redrup, a member of the Seattle-based IAM local 751, and Jay Cronk, a former employee of the national union, told Reuters they are planning to run for vice president and president of the IAM, respectively.
That would be a direct challenge to R. Thomas Buffenbarger, who has been IAM president since 1997. It would be the first contested IAM leadership election in decades, according to local union representatives.
Buffenbarger disagreed with that characterization and said that to get on the ballot, he has to garner 25 nominations from the more than 900 local IAM lodges, as would any candidate.
"We all run for nomination," he told Reuters.
Last August, the IAM agreed to hold new nominations and new elections for its leadership after an investigation by the U.S. Department of Labor Office of Labor-Management Standards (OLMS).
The investigation found the union didn't provide notice of nomination and "members were denied reasonable opportunity to nominate candidates when some members were working at the time," the OLMS said.
Just my opinion everything about seny is a big lie. never_take_random_for_granite
Is the Fat Lady warming up to sing yet? How can this keep going on without any action?
Any wonder why Yahoo keeps deleting my posts?
They should, you offer very little of nothing.
You've milked this to death every day. Am getting tired of hearing about it.
Are the union members upset with the union bosses? It would seem this could be a good way to lose their jobs in a squabble like this...
Surely this Abegbie will not be approved....If approved, something is radically wrong in our government...
Seven: The communist party along with byebygop rejected him
Eight: Obama won't even give him a job cleaning toilets