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#1 Butzzell

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Posted 15 October 2016 - 11:58 PM

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We had some labor issues in FiF XXV session 1.

 

The Union of Entente Riggers and Fitters was on strike in this last FiF.  Entente planes that returned to base were not refitted.

 

The German Riggers and Fitters Workers Union was on sympathy strike. Central planes that returned to base were not put back into service.

 

The Geneva Convention was called in. They explained to both sides that without them the war would come to a halt. Both sides liked to hear how important they were but  they were still on strike.  

 

After several days of negotiation the Union of Entente Riggers and Fitters would go back to work provided, No more dawn patrols ( getting up at 4:00 am is just too much), One extra tea break ( 20 min not 10 min ) and Sundays off.  

 

German Riggers and Fitters Workers Union agreed as well except that instead of the Tea brake they want Chocolate cake twice a week and free beer on Sunday after church.

 

 

With these problems settled the war is back on!!!


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#2 GenMarkof007

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Posted 16 October 2016 - 12:57 AM

Great. I love Chocolate cake! ;p

 

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#3 Luftritter

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Posted 16 October 2016 - 01:07 AM

S! All

 

We had some labor issues in FiF XXV session 1.

 

The Union of Entente Riggers and Fitters was on strike in this last FiF.  Entente planes that returned to base were not refitted.

 

The German Riggers and Fitters Workers Union was on sympathy strike. Central planes that returned to base were not put back into service.

 

The Geneva Convention was called in. They explained to both sides that without them the war would come to a halt. Both sides liked to hear how important they were but  they were still on strike.  

 

After several days of negotiation the Union of Entente Riggers and Fitters would go back to work provided, No more dawn patrols ( getting up at 4:00 am is just too much), One extra tea break ( 20 min not 10 min ) and Sundays off.  

 

German Riggers and Fitters Workers Union agreed as well except that instead of the Tea brake they want Chocolate cake twice a week and free beer on Sunday after church.

 

 

With these problems settled the war is back on!!!

 

Thanks you bum....it was still fun, somehow  :)


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