So, New York City is crippled. How's everyone else doing?

> It amazes me that the city hasn't hired any Scabs yet. I
> saw shitloads of people commuting to work this morning by
> foot. -7C weather, and snowing I do believe.
Do me a favor, and please send that weather to California.
Its freaking 75ºF here.
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new york sucks anyway
its your fault if you're stuck in there <img src=smilies/mystery.gif><img src=smilies/mystery.gif><img src=smilies/mystery.gif><img src=smilies/mystery.gif><img src=smilies/mystery.gif>
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> new york sucks anyway
> its your fault if you're stuck in there

Johnny Damon can can drive their subway trains.
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> I'm sorry, but it's totally selfish and reckless to but your
> own needs ahead of 7 million people. It's not like the
> transit workers are eating out of garbage bins. They have a
> fantastic benefits package, and are already guaranteed
> regular payhikes.

That's what I was thinking when I heard about it on NPR. What assholes...I wonder who's going to pay these massive fines they are racking up?
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No, I saw it on the news that morning. I would never live in New York.
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