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  • #41689
    AvatarAuxCableAngie
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    What are your hopes and dreams for our future nation of Auxcabliztan funded by Ryan Matlock? That’s patreon.com/ryanmatlock

    “It’s like Scientology but worse.”
    “The real Botswana is the friends we made along the way.”

    #41690
    AvatarJosiah the Carrot Stick
    Guest

    Not having tariffs placed on steel sounds nice

    #41693
    AvatarJeff Ross
    Participant

    You have big plans for imported steel, Josiah? Are you planning on establishing an out-of-country steel plant and selling steel to our citizens?

    #41695
    AvatarJosiah the Carrot Stick
    Guest

    Not necessarily, but we may need some imported steel in order to build some unicorn mechs.

    #41702
    AvatarManalive Smith
    Guest

    Are those mechanical unicorns, or unicorns working as mechanics?

    #41703
    AvatarManalive Smith
    Guest

    Upon further reflection the two are not mutually exclusive.

    #41704
    AvatarAuxCableAngie
    Participant

    Upon reflection…how do unicorns mechanic with hoofs?

    #41707
    AvatarJosiah the Carrot Stick
    Guest

    The answer is yes.

    Precision.

    #41708
    AvatarManalive Smith
    Guest

    They use specialized hoof grips and possibly magic. They get all angry when I try to sit in on their union meetings.

    #41713
    AvatarJosiah the Carrot Stick
    Guest

    They’re very discriminatory against humans. They seem to like Dawn, though.

    #41715
    AvatarJeff Ross
    Participant

    Wait, the unicorns are unionized?

    #41716
    AvatarAuxCableAngie
    Participant

    Wow Jeff get with the times

    #41979
    AvatarTongle
    Participant

    Pickle

    #42026
    AvatarJeff Ross
    Participant

    I find unicorns being unionized as a fascinating situation, as I find labor negotiations to be an interesting topic. Unions have different structures depending upon the laws of the country in which they operate in. For example, in the US, unions are not permitted to go on strike for political purposes, whereas in Europe, that’s a relatively common and legal tactic.

    I wonder what working conditions were so unfair that the unicorns would want to unionize in the first place. Was it a group of disgruntled unicorns who started their own union, or was it an established union representative who convinced them to form a local chapter in order to leverage their skills better?

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