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Name: Pink Floyd
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Employed as: Conductor, for 1-10 years
Posted: 04 November 2019

May I have Another : Hell Yea U bet I'm gonna have me another and
another and another... Please give Trex Big Hug for me, he has them
train masters down to a T. Sounds like he can "Paint" a perfect
picture of Them All.

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Name: 
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Employed as: Locomotive Engineer, for 20-30 years
Posted: 03 November 2019

ROTFLMAO

Keep them coming MayIHaveAnother.   Put it to the blonde 1 hard time
for all the brothers on the rail.

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Name: May I have another
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Employed as: APE, for Less than 1 year
Posted: 03 November 2019

Yo yo yo my broedahs shizzle fo da wizzle. Sno fort weader be up on us.
Trex be  integrelz to da proses of da sno fort. Dat bird be
relentunless in da persut of sno fort perfetin. Weez gonza have a jiant
slides and a sno balz canun alons wit Trex favo part a birds ness ova
lookins da plase. Weez gona hav gran openin csx sucks dae ans gonsda be
servin up free yello sno cones an hot dogs fo all trainmasters. Da
blonds downs da strete will be servin em up wearing bekeenee an sno
butes. Shuld be a guud turns outs.

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Name: 
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Employed as: Locomotive Engineer, for 20-30 years
Posted: 03 November 2019

X Futurama RRer


What the fuck are you going on about?   Talk about someone running
their dick washer.

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Name: X Futurama Railroader
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Employed as: Locomotive Engineer, for 10-20 years
Posted: 03 November 2019

Yeah and the demon rats love workers right that's why bill Clinton 
signed NAFTA into law after he ran the campaign and said he was not
going to sign it... lot of you young guys don't know what you're
talkin about because you go by what you're told by union morons but
people that been around long enough know what the real story is.
Keep buying into the demon rat good Republican bad bull shit.
Just like I've heard the story about how Reagan fired the air traffic
controllers...
When the real story is they were out on strike and he gave them a
deadline to return to work and when they didn't they got themselves
fired

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Name: Hugh Jorgan
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Employed as: APE, for 10-20 years
Posted: 03 November 2019

May I have another

Sounds like Trex is wise.  I enjoy the shenanigans.  I know its almost
snow fort time.  Is trex gonna be a part of that too?

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Name: BirdTrex
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Employed as: Friend or family of employee, for 20-30 years
Posted: 02 November 2019

Dat b wat me taken bout.   Me hav two tak a dup. Dat bee a tranemastur.

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Name: May I have another
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Employed as: APE, for Less than 1 year
Posted: 02 November 2019

Yo yo yo my broedahs shizzle fo da wizzle. Pece lov n unty. Fo shizzle.
My bird Trex be wokes me up today sayin csx sucks an be getten tretes
rite outs da gate. Trex be speekin da trute. My broedahs to manee times
I be seein da stressors be triggerin my fello broedahs. Dis aint wright.
Relax my broedahs. Takes deep breethings an let da triggers an da
stressors go. Trex got a new thing he be doin evry times he be dropin a
duce he be sayin trainmaster.  Wait wut dat I heer. Yes my broedahs he
jus be pull da pin on anada one. Until necs times my broedahs.

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Name: BirdTrex
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Employed as: Friend or family of employee, for 20-30 years
Posted: 01 November 2019

Whel da reel Mayi  pleads Stan up  pleads Stan up

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Name: 
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Employed as: Conductor, for 10-20 years
Posted: 01 November 2019

Rail Chiefs announce formation of Coordinated Bargaining Coalition
CLEVELAND and WASHINGTON, D.C., November 1 — Top leaders of 10 rail
unions announced today that their organizations will be participating
in coordinated bargaining in the round of national negotiations that
began on November 1, 2019. The unions comprising the Coordinated
Bargaining Coalition are:

• American Train Dispatchers Association (ATDA)
• Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Trainmen / Teamsters Rail
Conference (BLET)
• Brotherhood of Railroad Signalmen (BRS)
• International Association of Machinists (IAM)
• International Brotherhood of Boilermakers (IBB)
• National Conference of Firemen & Oilers/SEIU (NCFO)
• International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW)
• Transport Workers Union of America (TWU)
• Transportation Communications Union / IAM (TCU)
• Transportation Division of the International Association of Sheet
Metal, Air, Rail, and Transportation Workers (SMART–TD)

The following statement was jointly issued by ATDA President Leo
McCann, BLET National President Dennis Pierce, BRS President Jerry
Boles, IAM General Vice President – Transportation Sito Pantoja, IBB
Director of Railroad Lodge Services John Mansker, IBEW Railroad
Department Director Bill Bohne, NCFO President John Thacker, SMART–TD
President Jeremy Ferguson, TWU Railroad Division Director John Feltz,
and TCU National President Bob Scardelletti:

“We are pleased to announce the creation of the Coordinated Bargaining
Coalition as we are on the threshold of the most critical round of
national bargaining in a generation. Our Coalition is founded on two
key values that we all share. One is that we understand the importance
of each Union’s autonomy to pursue membership-specific goals within a
framework of broad solidarity to defend and improve the wages, benefits
and working conditions of our members. The other is that we will spare
no effort to defeat the attack by the railroads on the very foundation
of our members’ economic security.”

Jointly, the Coordinated Bargaining Coalition unions represent more
than 105,000 railroad workers covered by the various organizations’
national agreements, and comprise over 80% of the workforce who will be
impacted by this round of negotiations.

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Name: BirdTrex
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Employed as: Friend or family of employee, for 20-30 years
Posted: 01 November 2019

Wil da reel mayI plz stand  up plz stand up.

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Name: FMLA
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Employed as: Conductor, for Less than 1 year
Posted: 01 November 2019

The company did this shit to themselves with their point system. They
have no one to blame but themselves. FMLA is mandatory for all
employees now. Get on board or go the fuck on !!!

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Name: HR 1748 Safe Freight Act
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Employed as: Conductor, for 10-20 years
Posted: 01 November 2019

U.S. freight railroads, labor unions start collective bargaining round

The U.S. freight railroads have started a new collective bargaining
round with 12 labor unions, an association representing the railroads
said on November

The National Railway Labor Conference (NRLC), a group representing more
than 30 railroads including almost all of the Class I railroads, said
the discussions come at a time when the industry is tackling issues
such as automation and safety, systemic declines for commodities such
as coal, renewed regulatory interest, operational changes implemented
by the railroads and global trade uncertainty. 

Train crew sizes will be another issue that both sides will discuss
during this collective bargaining round. Both the unions and the
railroads have been filing lawsuits related to state laws that have
defined train crew size and the Federal Railroad Administration’s
decision to stop pursuing a rulemaking requiring a minimum crew size

“This is not the first time in the industry’s long history that
railroads and our employees have faced tough challenges,” said Brendan
Branon, chairman of the NRLC and the National Carriers’ Conference
Committee, the representative for freight railroads in national
bargaining. “But through thoughtful leadership and a willingness to
meet our challenges head on, together we can ensure railroads continue
to fuel the American economy. We look forward to a constructive
bargaining round and reaching agreements to secure a successful future
for the industry.”

The Railway Labor Act defines how the freight railroads and unions
negotiate. Collective bargaining agreements are in place indefinitely.
The most recent collective bargaining round occurred from 2014 to 2018

Although the contracts don’t have expiration dates, they do have
reopener dates in which the parties can initiate a new round of
bargaining. Should the parties proceed, they provide notices to each
other that include the contractual changes they’re seeking. The
railroads gave these notices to the unions on November 1, and the
unions have also provided their notices to the NRLC.

Some of the changes that the railroads are requesting are adjusting
compensation to market conditions and comparable industries; developing
cost-sharing and plan design for healthcare; and defining work rule
issues such as train crew staffing. 

Meanwhile, the labor unions also said in their notices that they
anticipate discussions on train crew size, healthcare, wages and
compensation, especially in light of the ongoing issues facing the rail
industry

“Modernizing our agreements is critical to the railroad industry’s
long-term ability to compete and provide job security. We cannot ignore
external competitive pressures and carry on as if past financial
performance is simply guaranteed in the future,” according to two
notices from several rail unions. The unions were the Brotherhood of
Locomotive Engineers and Trainmen, the American Train Dispatchers
Association and the Sheet Metal, Air, Rail Transportation union –
Transportation Division, known as SMART-TD.

They continued, “The security and prosperity of the entire railroad
community depends on our continued ability to innovate, adapt and
manage our labor costs in a responsible, measured manner. It is in our
long-term interest – labor and management alike – to continue to work
together toward a future of stable employment, leading pay and
benefits, and safe, efficient service.”

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Name: HR 1748 Safe Freight act 
E-mail: 
Employed as: Conductor, for 10-20 years
Posted: 01 November 2019

We need to have faith in each other. We are in precisely the same
position. We depend absolutely on each other. We know that without
solidarity, nothing is possible, and that with solidarity, nothing is
impossible.”

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Name: 
E-mail: 
Employed as: Locomotive Engineer, for 20-30 years
Posted: 31 October 2019

If your moral compass was true north. You wouldn't be on a site like
this.   You're as dishonest as the ones you're pointing a finger at. 
  Save your morality bullshit.    I know a lot of employees like you. 
They bitch about men when they lay off and on their knees when they see
them in the Crew room.   They'll steal  time from the company.   Break
deface company property just because their bored. Can't pass a rules
class without help.   Will pack home water, coffee pots a chain or
whatever else they can get their hands on but they stay marked up.

more likely you're upset cause you can't hold shit and it pisses you
off a senior employees doesn't work as much as you think they should..
 Cry to your lazy fat ass wife how you're such an honest person and you
would never lay off in front of a union brother.

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Name: 
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Employed as: Conductor, for 10-20 years
Posted: 31 October 2019

Well I’m voting republican all the way , the Demorats will tax you to
death !!!!!!! And give it away !!!!!

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Name: BLET AND SMART
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Employed as: Conductor, for 10-20 years
Posted: 31 October 2019

Tuesday November 5th is Election Day in your state or local
municipality, for such offices as mayor, city council and school board
(office on the ballot vary depending where you live), as well as
legislative seats in three states (Mississippi, New Jersey and
Virginia) and two governors (Kentucky and Mississippi). Google your
state or local election authority to find out what elected offices
and/or initiatives are on your ballot. And click the map for a digital
video message.
 


If you think your vote doesn't matter, two years ago in Virginia,
control of the House of Delegates was determined by 'one vote' in one
legislative district. Again, One Vote in One District Determined Which
Party Controlled the Virginia House of Delegates! And it mattered --
the SMART TD endorsed candidate lost that election, which meant
two-person crew legislation was not considered in Virginia (since
Republican leadership with a slim 51-49 majority refused to hold a
hearing on this important rail safety legislation). Over in Mississippi
last year, a legislative race was determined by drawing of straws when
the vote was tied. So yes, voting matters! Your vote can make the
difference in your community.

So no matter whom you choose, choose to vote this November 5th. Click
here to check out our 82 second digital video on the November
election.
 
Fraternally,

Greg Hynes
National Legislative Director
SMART Transportation Division

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Name: 
E-mail: 
Employed as: Conductor, for 10-20 years
Posted: 31 October 2019

I just want to say that I agree the guys with family medical make it
harder on all of us. The ones who abuse it make it difficult to work
out here sometimes. I know people say then why don’t you get it , but
life isn’t like that. Some of us don’t want to have it because one day
we might honestly really need it. I don’t care if people abuse it or
mark off every weekend that’s there business. It is selfish and it
doesn’t say a lot about what you think of your fellow brother. It
definitely makes it hard to work out here at times. You can’t abuse a
policy or system and then justify it by saying I should do the same
thing if I don’t like it. Anyway kinda hard to work together when we
are all so divided.

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Name: 
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Employed as: Locomotive Engineer, for 10-20 years
Posted: 31 October 2019

Hey your right about sucking off managers and my fat ass wife. At least
I will never be a dishonest human being. The crazy thing is you guys
are so sensitive about the fmla because you abuse it and others suffer
for it , and the guy that keeps saying back at the ranch guess what no
need talking about what’s going on with the company when the men screw
themselves constantly. Back at the ranch so and so is marked off family
medical because they are a lazy piece of shit. Meanwhile back at the
ranch the union our wonderful union is silent as usual about all
matters.

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Name: 
E-mail: 
Employed as: Locomotive Engineer, for 20-30 years
Posted: 31 October 2019

I haven't met too many honest T&E!  Save the morality bullshit for your
Mother.   Tell your fat ass wife how you work for a living.   No one on
here gives two shits that you worked last night and someone else laid
off.  I'm certain you're the type of employee that would suck off a
manager.  Didn't have many friends growing up was bullied and your
daddy didn't show you enough attention or maybe he showed you the
wrong kind. 
Let it go. No one else cares.  Stay marked up  lay off whatever No One
cares but you!

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