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what's the point?


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LOL. No argument there Goodenuff, but no thanks. I'm afraid of heights.

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Join the Roofers Union- roofers cover everything.

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Dang it sexytension. You're right. I looked it up in the manuel as you suggested. I had missed that part because those pages were stuck together by blood, sweat and tears. It also mentioned that I have to have a union teamster to haul the materials. Including the toilet paper. Pay scale and schedule the same as you mentioned also.

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No, No NUD, If you check your Union Contract, Page 56, Item 3.32.a, you can't carry the torch yourself, but must hire an assistant, called a Torch Carrier, if you want to light up your scene. If it is a Holiday, however, he will be paid double time; triple time for hours worked more than 3 on a Holiday. Trouble is, if you need to climb a ladder, you'll have to also bring a carpenter to set up the ladder, and an electrician if the torch burns out and you need to screw in a light bulb. We have made many improvements since the Caveman days.

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Well shit. I'll have to stumble to the outhouse in the dark. The union won't let me light my touch now. It has already burned 40 hours this week. Burning the candle at both ends is not allowed.

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GF>>> I have been called a neanderthal many times before. Does that qualify me as a "caveman"? I don't look anything like the hairy guy on the insurance commercials. I never knew what a 40 hour "work week" was in my lifetime. And somehow, I managed, in my spare time, to raise two successful sons mostly as a single parent. The oldest is 42 y/o and a district/regional manager with a financial institution. The youngest is 38 y/o and retires as a Master Sargent from the U.S. Air Force after 20 years of service this July. (Security Police, K9 Specialist. 3 tours in Iraq, 2 in Afghanistan, and 2 others in the Middle East that he can't tell me about) Maybe I am a "cave man". I also had time to teach them to hunt and fish and be respectable/responsible parents and citizen in their lives in the process.

I need to go to the outhouse. Where the hell did I leave my torch.

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Only Insurance commercials use cavemen as the status quo.

But, cavemen didn't have electricity, laptops, mobile phones, indoor plumbing or refrigerators....

And they most certainly found something to put in their bellies during their 7-day hunting and gathering weeks.

Oh yeah, and cavemen didn't have clocks or calendars, only sun and moon as light until they invented torches and flashlights.

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GF:

40 hours of work was the length in which most unions fought for in the day and age when this nation was at its peak.

40 hours of work enabled the worker to be home and involved in their children life, not just a passing individual.

40 hours of work has been a recognized as the most efficient length to work people a week, as it provides the worker with the appropriate amount of rest to maximize both longevity, and enable the worker time to tend to personal endeavors such as upward training at a college (part time).

40 hours a week, also ensures that other people have hours of work in a 24 hour work day, as 8 x 3 = 24, thus three shifts of work which can keep equipment always running and operating.

Nations who's workers exceed 40 hours of work a week, tend to either be in decline, or already at the bottom of any measure of that nations standard of living. Further that period of rest, enables the worker to be refreshed, more even tempered and work with a more open mind which improves productivity.

Lastly, to compare the 21st century to the day of cave men, is to say that the life style of the cavemen is acceptable. Such is not acceptable of a civilized man, to reduce the quality of life to brutes, is to accept any level of brutality and thus you would find it perfectly acceptable for anyone to kill you, rape your children and leave your tribe for dead. I think we can all agree such degrees of uncivilized behavior is best left in the past and we must throw ourselves into improving, not diminishing the standards of living.

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id still like to know who said 40 hours of work should be the max? i bet the cavemen worked longer than 40 to find food if they couldnt find it within 40 hours

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