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Unread 29-06-2006, 14:40   #21
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Perhaps if management, workers and unions can't agree a way forward they should be locked into a 2600 DMU at crush load and driven up and down the bumpiest piece of track you can find for several days with nothing except a diet of their own chicken and stuffing sandwiches with warm mineral water. They'd crack eventually! (much like their customers)
That's a brilliant idea!
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Unread 29-06-2006, 16:09   #22
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Perhaps if management, workers and unions can't agree a way forward they should be locked into a 2600 DMU at crush load and driven up and down the bumpiest piece of track you can find for several days with nothing except a diet of their own chicken and stuffing sandwiches with warm mineral water. They'd crack eventually! (much like their customers)
OK I have been sitting in front of a computer for too long today. I read that as their own children, and stuffing sandwiches...

Think I need coffee
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Father and Son, it's good to see that IE is still one big happy family.

Hands up out there how many of you havent realised that the culture of "son of railwayman gets daddy's job" is still alive and well in IE? Its not just a job for life, its a job for the afterlife as well. All Hail Queen Vic and her traditions, alive and well in Mallow of all places.

And sod you if you're a "customer"

But as it's unoffical, it's all right, and it wont be in next years IE annual report, so it'll never have happend.
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