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  1. Furious1Auto

    Out of sight

    I won’t boast that they are a competitor to Tesla yet, but the numbers are promising. let’s get some track wins and show off the new Detroit BEV Muscle! https://www.yahoo.com/news/900-hp-ford-mustang-lithium-182700998.html
  2. Furious1Auto

    Complaint filing will likely disrupt Ford agreement.

    Agreed, No time for personal BS. Either the subject has merit or it does not. Don’t care what anyone thinks of me personally. Not that I want to prove it out Kirby but I have the software to bypass all the blocks and can never be kept out of any public forum. It’s a pita to constantly mask my IP and jump through access points. Same with MAC address and cookies. I manage my own forum so I know how it all works and how to get around it. I will respect your authority so there will be no need to go through it.
  3. Furious1Auto

    Complaint filing will likely disrupt Ford agreement.

    You don’t have to read nor respond to anything I write. But can’t stop me from posting no matter how hard you try. Now what you have is a go fund me attached to a inactive Twitter account and only a similar E-Mail to my own. Try again. Pretty sure you are going to get it right one of these days. Check domains, you will see Furious1auto is a common E-mail, each of the mail servers have that name reserved if you try creating an E-mail account. I applaud Mr. Casselman for his efforts to keep up the fight. Must be a great man. 👊
  4. Furious1Auto

    Complaint filing will likely disrupt Ford agreement.

    Completely agree, where is the block options in this forum? No report for harassment? You gang bangers? Keyboard bully’s.
  5. Furious1Auto

    2019 UAW Ford Highlights

    And it is very important for us to know what you think others think. This is the most important post I read since the beginning of this contract cycle. 😂😂😂
  6. Furious1Auto

    Complaint filing will likely disrupt Ford agreement.

    Not sure where you get your information, but would be interesting to know where you pieced this information from. In nothing posted anywhere or in any link supports what you are saying. Post on topic or don’t post at all.
  7. Furious1Auto

    Complaint filing will likely disrupt Ford agreement.

    You don’t know me or anything about me. All you had was a cross reference of an E-Mail from inactive Twitter account and presume to know me and my situation. I can and will post here as I am eligible to. So unless you want to give up your anonymity I am keeping mine. Keep digging for info, maybe you will get closer to the truth. You and the rest of your irrelevant dinosaur brigade must be uptight or would not be whining and trying to silence me. Excuse me while I ignore all your crybaby comments from this point forward. Where are the block options on this forum? 😘
  8. Furious1Auto

    Complaint filing will likely disrupt Ford agreement.

    If we are talking opinions I have it to agree the strike was fruitless, and not because the negotiator’s hands weren’t strengthened by the members. The whole damn country was standing with them and they bought back short gains to GM workers. They will not call a strike against Ford with the strike target Already having ratified. Ford did in fact negotiate better than GM modestly. Yes it is still an 8 year progression, but if you look at the rate schedule they are getting solid pay raises every year of the agreement. We are talking $1 to 2$ raises rotating annually until they top out. Plus the temps will now have access to the grievance procedure. there are some cons, but in comparison if I had the option of getting hired into either, and got to choose witch automaker I wanted to work at based on their hiring and raise schedules I would take Ford over GM. For someone that never made real money, and the prospects of being dangled indefinitely at GM, or a clear path to seniority with solid annual gains, then Ford’s terms are better. But in terms of expecting all that was lost to be restored wanting to see GM’s agreement voided and a shift to Ford as strike target, and re-initiating negotiations in a clear table. The companies (all 3) are making record profits to the tune of 10’s of billions per quarter. Not only should the hourly’s not be taking concessions, there should be solid gains for all. I’m just watching it all unfold.
  9. Heads up, evidence is being compiled and a complaint being filed by GM workers for threats, improprieties, and coercion at their rollout meetings. I have some of the video links but sadly this forum’s formatting prevents sharing them. These videos, sound bites, and a stack of sworn statements are more than enough evidence to nullify the GM CBA, and being that Fords agreement is patterned off of a contract illegally ratified this most likely will void out both agreements. I will leave you with this until I get a copy of the court filing for the Coercion charge in my hands to also share.
  10. Furious1Auto

    2019 UAW Ford Highlights

    You guys are just now getting the highlights? We have been reading the full white book for days now. LOL the lowlights 👇👇👇
  11. Furious1Auto

    2019 UAW Ford Highlights

    <iframe width="100%" height="180px" src="//percolate.blogtalkradio.com/offsiteplayer?hostId=49194&episodeId=11570899" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe> Despite the negativity in this radio broadcast they are actually breaking down the language. It is a good agreement in contrast to what GM agreed to. There is a clear path for temps with the cap. I would have preferred to have seen the cap on a plant per plant basis, but it’s better than no cap. in progression get a 4% annual raise in addition the prescribed 4% bi-annual raise and lump offsets. An in progression will get an 8% - 4%+Lump - 8% - 4%+Lump. steady raises between $1 to $2 dollars per hour every year until they top out. Everyone did lose the Christmas bonus but it doesn’t amount to much anyway. They make more in uncapped profit sharing than they lose in Christmas bonus. I have to support this agreement 100% and only because I know that the I-UAW is not going to take Ford out on strike to break parity on the main pillars of the language after the strike target has already ratified.
  12. Furious1Auto

    Time Out

    You have verified something? You got nothing, nothing. 😂😂😂
  13. Furious1Auto

    Time Out

    Nothing, you have nothing!
  14. Furious1Auto

    Time Out

    Simple answer, you have nothing. Only common E-mail address. it’s flattering that you are trying so hard to silence me. Not that it matters, the real talk is happening in a real social networking site that people actually participate on. I must be striking a cord. 👍
  15. Furious1Auto

    Ford, UAW reach tentative agreement

    The same as GM with a lessor amount for signing bonuses, and more product commitments.
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