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What they're striking over is embarassing.
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Haha, you bunch of lazy fucking wankers. Just go out and buy it on the day it comes out ffs.
Why don't you just buy it from the shop anyway you fucking bellend!? I hope everyone who bought them off Play doesn't get their copy until a week after release.....lazy pricks.
It's also usually cheaper online though PES 2008 for the PC is £17.99 on play.com, why pay over £10 more?
I'm a postie and there are talks of more strikes, most probably on Tuesday's for the foreseable future. The strikes are nolonger regarding the pay issue and are now about pensions among other things. Don't know if your aware but from this week postal workers are now starting work later, due to speed restrictions on postal vehicles.
well i was a postie part time before i went to uni and theyve kept me on for whatever days i can manage,sat ect. i started on £7.80ish or something,so for what it is it is good pay,thats suppose to rise to £8.50 sometime.having said that all i did was the walks,i think what there actually striking for isnt pay but the fact there vans can only go 56mph so that means later starts and theres suppose to be job cuts so strikes over job insecurities.doesnt really effect me like,im happy working through a strike tbh,its easy work easy money.
you keep saying YOU after quoting me. i said nothing about been bothered,in fact it doesnt even effect ME in the slightest,the few times i will be working for them id rather start later.Since im only PART TIME and ive moved from 25hrs to 1hr retaintment pay and then whatever i work when they ask and im available it doesnt effect ME and i never said anything about dislikeing the changes,pension,job security doesnt effect me.i dunno if that was directed at me or the general post force but you quoted me and kept saying "you" so il presume for now.
LOL @ BlueScouse, thats really scouse logic there. If you have the game delivered from the net getting it much cheaper and convieniently delivered you are STUPID and LAZY. As the above poster said that he hoped you get hit by a car, i hope you dont because then you will have your compensation claims on top of your giro.
You could've made a sensible comment without being ignorant about people from Liverpool, that's well out of order.
:laugh: OWNED!LOL @ BlueScouse, thats really scouse logic there. If you have the game delivered from the net getting it much cheaper and convieniently delivered you are STUPID and LAZY. As the above poster said that he hoped you get hit by a car, i hope you dont because then you will have your compensation claims on top of your giro.
Exactly, these pay conditions that are so 'inhumane' have hardly been publicly announced have they? Then if they were that poor postmen would probably have public backing, however they do a relatively unskilled job and should really expect a great deal more than minimum wage. Anything over £7/h is, I feel, unjustified.
I think it was said that they're on about 17k a week and nearer £9 an hour - I believe.
I've heard various things, but basically one of the key aspects was that usually even if a postie has a five hour shift, if they're done after 3, they go home. Now the Royal Mail want them to do the full shift they're throwing their toys out the pram.
Maybe Alf could tell us more, then again half of them don't even know what's going on!
Oh, and I've just read some of the replies in this thread. :laugh:
Currently got tears streaming down my face. Got to love Liverpool bashing.