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Mr. Priapism
Oct 22, 2005
Bluepilots is down again. Wasn't today the last day to submit your papers to join the contract dispute? Weren't the link to the law firm's website and the necessary forms to submit listed on bluepilots.com? Wow, what a lucky coincidence for the company, huh? Wasn't the last time the site went down just a day or two before the union vote?

(Dripping with sarcasm for those of you that don't think the company controls that site)

I have always thought that site is suspect. This just further adds to the belief that the company or F&H own and manage the site. Big surprise!
I called and talked to Robert at LLBL and he said the 22nd deadline was a bad rumor. They are still taking signed consent forms. I think you still have time even after the 22nd if you want to join.
Wow still down. This is the longest time I have experienced the site being down.
I was fortunate enough to learn about the LLBL contract dispute on htat site and I don't even work there anymore.

Thank you bluepilots!

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