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- Category: Hobbies
- Description: Warplanes, Fighters, Bombers, Helicopter Gunships etc
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- Created On: Apr 3, 2010
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1. | Jun 28, 2014
A good many valeublas you've given me.
2. | Jun 13, 2014
I need to restrict inreentt access to just a few websites at ~20 locations. The locations are retail stores that need inreentt access to HR websites and company websites, but I don't want them surfing the inreentt.The stores have connections back to one point (a sonicwall firewall/router) which is where they gain their inreentt access. I would like to keep from having to travel to each store to change settings on each computer. Is there anyway we could limit inreentt access in this way.
3. | May 26, 2014
I need to restrict ietrennt access to just a few websites at ~20 locations. The locations are retail stores that need ietrennt access to HR websites and company websites, but I don't want them surfing the ietrennt.The stores have connections back to one point (a sonicwall firewall/router) which is where they gain their ietrennt access. I would like to keep from having to travel to each store to change settings on each computer. Is there anyway we could limit ietrennt access in this way.
4. | Jan 6, 2014
This is most a lie, ''because coalition had a sroiuepr air-force?'' war is war and you will fight it and none general shall stop there troops.the hidden truth is that is where usa made computers which where mysteriously locked down and we cant Denny that there is such a law in usa that states that all usa sold military technologies must have a chip that can lockdown the system. search it up and you shall not Denny neither make a fool it doesn't exists. its simple some nation like iraw done have the knowledge and institutions that can understand this fact.
5. | Jan 5, 2014
[b][b]Im a part-timer in long island city new york/local 804. From the lltite i read im not surprised at all. The company is out to screw us over. I have been part-time for 6 years now and im would like to one day have full-time inside the hub. So i am totally against UPS not wanting to creat more full-time jobs. Im also against the low wages they want to give us througout the life of the contract. $4.00 dollars throught 5 years? They [/b][/b]must be smoking some really good drugs if they think i would even consider voting yes to something like that. THis is new york one of the most expensive places to live in the world and 4 dollars throughtout 5 years just isnt going to do it for me. Not only is the amount of money they want to offer horrible but they also want to split the raise we get? You have to be kidding me i have to wait 6 months so i can get the other half of my raise? What does UPS think we do day in and day out in the hub flip pancakes and make cookies? We do hard labor for this company ! And because of our hard work this company has become fithy rich and they treat us like we are the skum of the earth. All i know is this word of mouth is very powerful thing. Partimers including myself make up the majority of workers for this company so we all need to wake up and start communicating at work and spreading the word about how horrrrrrrrrrrrrible this tentative agreement is. Theres nothing positive about it. Its pure crap and everyday i come on here and read more and more info i just get more pist off that my union is taking out 35.00 a month out of my pay check. And they dont seem to being doing nothing for me, since UPS is having a fiesta over there with this BULL&*&*it tentative agreement. I have already informed people at work about this so that if we do get ballots at home to vote im we are all VOTING NO! THis is nothing but a slap in the face from UPS. I giant slap in the face to all the hard working people that made this company what it is today. I will def vote NO and i hope all of you out there do so also. Because its not only part-timers they want to screw over. They want to screw over full-timers also and make the top pay freeze 3 years. I cant wait to vote NO to this garbage. [color=#cccccc][/color] [center][/center] [b][/b] [b][/b] [b][/b]
6. | Aug 11, 2013
It's unfortunate that some eeolpyems don't even vote at all. And it seems most part-timers don't care about what goes on at UPS.I see now that it is up to those of us who know what is going on to make sure the uninformed get informed. And even then, they might not listen or care.Remember that even our local Union agents might not be doing their jobs and looking out for us. If their boss is told to support a bad contract, they are expected to tell us it is a "good" contract.That's what happened here in Sacramento.
7. | Aug 1, 2013
You make thigns so clear. Thanks for taking the time!
8. | Jul 9, 2013
I also can't help but have resentment and anger todrwas my fellow teamster for voting yes for such a lame contract. $4 for the next 5 years? Less than a dollar a year! Can our fellow teamsters not read? Any idiot could easily see on the surface what a pathetic contract this was. For all this who voted in favor of this contract, I hope you enjoy your lousy 35 cent pay raise because I won't! Shame on all of you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
9. | May 2, 2013
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10. | Apr 29, 2013
I fully agree with getintg rid of Hoffa. We have been getintg screwed since he took over. Unfortuneately too many people vote for whoever is current out of fear that the newcomers will be worse. 804 and PA are the only ones with the balls to stand up to the national. I think we have to show Redmond and his entire executive board the door first. It will take years to undo Hoffa and Redmond's givebacks, but if we stand strong and start getintg active now we can take our union back piece by piece.
11. | Apr 27, 2013
A simple and intellgniet point, well made. Thanks!