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Old 01-24-2006, 16:01   #1 (permalink)
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$65,000 A Year? Bye, U.S. Auto Workers!

The mammoth troubles facing GM, Ford and their auto parts makers are
merely a symptom of the global leveling of manufacturing that has been
underway for some years.

Stop and think. We're told this week that the average annual wage for
a Ford family production line worker is an astounding $65,000! Where
else in the world can an uneducated, ignorant, untalented, unskilled
slob who tightens bolts make anything approaching that figure?
Especially when working for a company that can't move its inventory of
unwanted products!

At least in Germany, where auto workers' pay is nearly comparable to
their U.S. counterparts, those employees possess technical skills plus
a minimum high-school education.

Of course, in South Korea, such workers make about 20 percent of the
$65, 000 the American schlubs '"earn." But the Koreans at least
possess real skills and a real education. And in China, $650 a year
is real good.

So get used to less, beer-bellied Amer'cun slobs! The good old days
are never coming again - except for those with education and genuine
21st century skills! Globalism is eatin' your lunch!

Really no surprise.

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Old 01-24-2006, 16:01   #2 (permalink)
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On 24 Jan 2006 14:45:10 -0800, jismquiff@yahoo.com wrote:

>The mammoth troubles facing GM, Ford and their auto parts makers are
>merely a symptom of the global leveling of manufacturing that has been
>underway for some years.
>
>Stop and think. We're told this week that the average annual wage for
>a Ford family production line worker is an astounding $65,000!


Astounding? You think 65K is astounding? Hahahahahahahahahahahahaha.
Dumbass.

>Where else in the world can an uneducated, ignorant, untalented, unskilled
>slob who tightens bolts make anything approaching that figure?


So you're ASSuming that only the low-end laborers are losing their
jobs? Fool.

>Especially when working for a company that can't move its inventory of
>unwanted products!


That's another story. Their cars are crap. THAT's why they have
problems.

>At least in Germany[SLAP]


whatever.

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Old 01-24-2006, 17:01   #3 (permalink)
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Re: $65,000 A Year? Bye, U.S. Auto Workers!

Isn`t Ford known as Fix Or Repair Daily?
That`s what they get.

"Gary L. Burnore" <gburnore@databasix.com> wrote in message
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> On 24 Jan 2006 14:45:10 -0800, jismquiff@yahoo.com wrote:
>
>>The mammoth troubles facing GM, Ford and their auto parts makers are
>>merely a symptom of the global leveling of manufacturing that has been
>>underway for some years.
>>
>>Stop and think. We're told this week that the average annual wage for
>>a Ford family production line worker is an astounding $65,000!

>
> Astounding? You think 65K is astounding? Hahahahahahahahahahahahaha.
> Dumbass.
>
>>Where else in the world can an uneducated, ignorant, untalented, unskilled
>>slob who tightens bolts make anything approaching that figure?

>
> So you're ASSuming that only the low-end laborers are losing their
> jobs? Fool.
>
>>Especially when working for a company that can't move its inventory of
>>unwanted products!

>
> That's another story. Their cars are crap. THAT's why they have
> problems.
>
>>At least in Germany[SLAP]

>
> whatever.
>
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Old 01-24-2006, 17:01   #4 (permalink)
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Re: $65,000 A Year? Bye, U.S. Auto Workers!

Have Americans ever consider how many of those other American workers buy
the things produced by their employer?. Do they think the import brands
will still assemble cars in the US when they too can build them in China for
much less? Your job can be the next to go offshore unless of course you
work at WalMart of McDonalds.

Five years ago I was amazed to see all of the foreign cars in the parking
lots of a nearby plant that made gas and brake lines for automobiles. Last
year it shut down and discharged over 1,000 people. Just down the street
from that plant is one that makes the 'glitter' used in car paints, that
employs over 600 people. It may shut down as well, if it losses its Ford
contract. ;)


mike hunt


<jismquiff@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:1138142710.343858.136720@z14g2000cwz.googlegroups.com...
> The mammoth troubles facing GM, Ford and their auto parts makers are
> merely a symptom of the global leveling of manufacturing that has been
> underway for some years.
>
> Stop and think. We're told this week that the average annual wage for
> a Ford family production line worker is an astounding $65,000! Where
> else in the world can an uneducated, ignorant, untalented, unskilled
> slob who tightens bolts make anything approaching that figure?
> Especially when working for a company that can't move its inventory of
> unwanted products!
>
> At least in Germany, where auto workers' pay is nearly comparable to
> their U.S. counterparts, those employees possess technical skills plus
> a minimum high-school education.
>
> Of course, in South Korea, such workers make about 20 percent of the
> $65, 000 the American schlubs '"earn." But the Koreans at least
> possess real skills and a real education. And in China, $650 a year
> is real good.
>
> So get used to less, beer-bellied Amer'cun slobs! The good old days
> are never coming again - except for those with education and genuine
> 21st century skills! Globalism is eatin' your lunch!
>
> Really no surprise.
>



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Old 01-24-2006, 17:01   #5 (permalink)
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Re: $65,000 A Year? Bye, U.S. Auto Workers!

The vehicles that GM and Ford sell in the US can't be that bad, they sell
more of them than any other manufacture. Two to three times as many as
Toyota the number one import brand


mike hunt



mike hunt
"Gary L. Burnore" <gburnore@databasix.com> wrote in message
news:dr6aqs$3ls$6@blackhelicopter.databasix.com...
> On 24 Jan 2006 14:45:10 -0800, jismquiff@yahoo.com wrote:
>
>>The mammoth troubles facing GM, Ford and their auto parts makers are
>>merely a symptom of the global leveling of manufacturing that has been
>>underway for some years.
>>
>>Stop and think. We're told this week that the average annual wage for
>>a Ford family production line worker is an astounding $65,000!

>
> Astounding? You think 65K is astounding? Hahahahahahahahahahahahaha.
> Dumbass.
>
>>Where else in the world can an uneducated, ignorant, untalented, unskilled
>>slob who tightens bolts make anything approaching that figure?

>
> So you're ASSuming that only the low-end laborers are losing their
> jobs? Fool.
>
>>Especially when working for a company that can't move its inventory of
>>unwanted products!

>
> That's another story. Their cars are crap. THAT's why they have
> problems.
>
>>At least in Germany[SLAP]

>
> whatever.
>
> --
> gburnore at DataBasix dot Com
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Old 01-24-2006, 18:01   #6 (permalink)
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Re: $65,000 A Year? Bye, U.S. Auto Workers!

On Tue, 24 Jan 2006 18:00:22 -0500, "Crusader" <white@xyz.com> top
posted like an ignorant ****ing moron and wrote:

>Isn`t Ford known as Fix Or Repair Daily?
>That`s what they get.


They? The workers get canned because the management gave them crappy
cars to build? Heh.
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Old 01-24-2006, 19:01   #7 (permalink)
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Re: $65,000 A Year? Bye, U.S. Auto Workers!

Hmmmm...isnt $65k about the average wage in America nowadays? If you are
making under $50k with 3 kids you are at the poverty level.


<jismquiff@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:1138142710.343858.136720@z14g2000cwz.googlegroups.com...
> The mammoth troubles facing GM, Ford and their auto parts makers are
> merely a symptom of the global leveling of manufacturing that has been
> underway for some years.
>
> Stop and think. We're told this week that the average annual wage for
> a Ford family production line worker is an astounding $65,000! Where
> else in the world can an uneducated, ignorant, untalented, unskilled
> slob who tightens bolts make anything approaching that figure?
> Especially when working for a company that can't move its inventory of
> unwanted products!
>
> At least in Germany, where auto workers' pay is nearly comparable to
> their U.S. counterparts, those employees possess technical skills plus
> a minimum high-school education.
>
> Of course, in South Korea, such workers make about 20 percent of the
> $65, 000 the American schlubs '"earn." But the Koreans at least
> possess real skills and a real education. And in China, $650 a year
> is real good.
>
> So get used to less, beer-bellied Amer'cun slobs! The good old days
> are never coming again - except for those with education and genuine
> 21st century skills! Globalism is eatin' your lunch!
>
> Really no surprise.
>



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Old 01-24-2006, 19:01   #8 (permalink)
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Re: $65,000 A Year? Bye, U.S. Auto Workers!

Y'all gots to remember that GM Ford and Chrys. can not import there cars
like the Japanese import cars to the US, so its really an uneven trade.
And its also the old saying someone elses Ice is always colder.
The people in the US will sell out to any body given the opportunity to
either save a buck or to keep up with the jones's and about 20 years ago
the Jones's bought a Japanese car.



"Mike Hunter" <mikehunt2@mailcity.com> wrote in message
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> The vehicles that GM and Ford sell in the US can't be that bad, they sell
> more of them than any other manufacture. Two to three times as many as
> Toyota the number one import brand
>
>
> mike hunt
>
>
>
> mike hunt
> "Gary L. Burnore" <gburnore@databasix.com> wrote in message
> news:dr6aqs$3ls$6@blackhelicopter.databasix.com...
> > On 24 Jan 2006 14:45:10 -0800, jismquiff@yahoo.com wrote:
> >
> >>The mammoth troubles facing GM, Ford and their auto parts makers are
> >>merely a symptom of the global leveling of manufacturing that has been
> >>underway for some years.
> >>
> >>Stop and think. We're told this week that the average annual wage for
> >>a Ford family production line worker is an astounding $65,000!

> >
> > Astounding? You think 65K is astounding? Hahahahahahahahahahahahaha.
> > Dumbass.
> >
> >>Where else in the world can an uneducated, ignorant, untalented,

unskilled
> >>slob who tightens bolts make anything approaching that figure?

> >
> > So you're ASSuming that only the low-end laborers are losing their
> > jobs? Fool.
> >
> >>Especially when working for a company that can't move its inventory of
> >>unwanted products!

> >
> > That's another story. Their cars are crap. THAT's why they have
> > problems.
> >
> >>At least in Germany[SLAP]

> >
> > whatever.
> >
> > --
> > gburnore at DataBasix dot Com

>
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Old 01-24-2006, 19:01   #9 (permalink)
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Re: $65,000 A Year? Bye, U.S. Auto Workers!

Hmmmm...isnt $65k about the average wage in America nowadays?

For a single worker? No, I think it is less than that.


If you are
making under $50k with 3 kids you are at the poverty level.

There are a lot of people in that situation out there - Walmarts are
all over the place :(

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Old 01-24-2006, 19:01   #10 (permalink)
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Just keep one of them :)

"Franky Furter" <Frank@furter.com> wrote in message
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> Hmmmm...isnt $65k about the average wage in America nowadays? If you are
> making under $50k with 3 kids you are at the poverty level.
>
>
> <jismquiff@yahoo.com> wrote in message
> news:1138142710.343858.136720@z14g2000cwz.googlegroups.com...
>> The mammoth troubles facing GM, Ford and their auto parts makers are
>> merely a symptom of the global leveling of manufacturing that has been
>> underway for some years.
>>
>> Stop and think. We're told this week that the average annual wage for
>> a Ford family production line worker is an astounding $65,000! Where
>> else in the world can an uneducated, ignorant, untalented, unskilled
>> slob who tightens bolts make anything approaching that figure?
>> Especially when working for a company that can't move its inventory of
>> unwanted products!
>>
>> At least in Germany, where auto workers' pay is nearly comparable to
>> their U.S. counterparts, those employees possess technical skills plus
>> a minimum high-school education.
>>
>> Of course, in South Korea, such workers make about 20 percent of the
>> $65, 000 the American schlubs '"earn." But the Koreans at least
>> possess real skills and a real education. And in China, $650 a year
>> is real good.
>>
>> So get used to less, beer-bellied Amer'cun slobs! The good old days
>> are never coming again - except for those with education and genuine
>> 21st century skills! Globalism is eatin' your lunch!
>>
>> Really no surprise.
>>

>
>



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