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Yeah those union longshoremen out on the west coast purposely working 1/4 speed unloading all the cargo ships, while making a couple hundred grand a year has been great for the country. 

Stop thinking you know what your are talking about.  Your whole insight is based on libtwat tainted information and orders to spread propaganda.

Weird you post this but, you are weird. ”but…..Damn then to hell of they walk on vaccine mandates!!!!!”

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5 minutes ago, motonoggin said:

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You mean, people that aren’t trained to operate manufacturing machinery and heavy equipment are getting hurt and destroying things when asked to try and do so?

HOLY SHIT!

Just for fun, let’s put these guys that work on the manu floor up into the front offices for a week when they get back.  Just to see how that works out.  

 

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4 hours ago, ActionfigureJoe said:

That makes economic sense. :lol: 

Neither does adding to the ever growing list of ships littering up the coast off of California. Stop sending them there and go to other ports

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12 minutes ago, Skidooski said:

Neither does adding to the ever growing list of ships littering up the coast off of California. Stop sending them there and go to other ports

Which ports are you recommending? Conservative ports? :lol: 

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Just now, ActionfigureJoe said:

Which ports are you recommending? Conservative ports? :lol: 

FL is ready and don't have worthless union mandates or truck requirements 

 

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5 minutes ago, ActionfigureJoe said:

Which ports are you recommending? Conservative ports? :lol: 

Whatever are available and able to take more goods in. Didn’t realize there were ports with political affiliation   :lol:

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7 minutes ago, Ez ryder said:

FL is ready and don't have worthless union mandates or truck requirements 

 

Have to get those Chinese made goods to the people. Conservative businessmen have always been good at that. 

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Just now, ActionfigureJoe said:

Have to get those Chinese made goods to the people. Conservative businessmen have always been at that. 

Thanks Bill

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1 minute ago, Skidooski said:

Whatever are available and able to take more goods in. Didn’t realize there were ports with political affiliation   :lol:

Everything is political. Even Jesus and fetuses. 

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Have to get those Chinese made goods to the people. Conservative businessmen have always been at that. 

As you type on your  I phone you know the Corp you litteraly worship 

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6 minutes ago, Ez ryder said:

As you type on your  I phone you know the Corp you litteraly worship 

Macbook. Good stuff. I have no problem with Chinese made goods. As long as the quality is there. Miami would be fine. I'm sure the union label longshoreman at the Port of Miami will work just as hard as in LA. The problem is the extra distance as well as the log jam and fees at the canal. Most shippers would rather park and wait. 

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4 hours ago, ActionfigureJoe said:

Spending an extra three weeks in transit and paying canal and fuel maintenance fees. Riiiight!!!  

Don’t rain on their Desantis/Fox News parade.😂

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There is talk about bring the military in to get the jobs done and why not we are paying them anyway. I have a ship in Boston that is 34th in line out of over 80 ships waiting.  

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5 hours ago, ActionfigureJoe said:

It’s called worker leverage. Just the opposite of corporate leverage. I like worker leverage a whole lot better. 

You like the teachers union fucking the children? 

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42 minutes ago, ActionfigureJoe said:

Macbook. Good stuff. I have no problem with Chinese made goods. As long as the quality is there. Miami would be fine. I'm sure the union label longshoreman at the Port of Miami will work just as hard as in LA. The problem is the extra distance as well as the log jam and fees at the canal. Most shippers would rather park and wait. 

I just have to laugh, You have absolutely zero knowledge of this and are completely talking out of your ass to sound intelligent. :lol:

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51 minutes ago, ActionfigureJoe said:

Macbook. Good stuff. I have no problem with Chinese made goods. As long as the quality is there. Miami would be fine. I'm sure the union label longshoreman at the Port of Miami will work just as hard as in LA. The problem is the extra distance as well as the log jam and fees at the canal. Most shippers would rather park and wait. 

There are a few ports in FL large enough and willing to handel cargo ships . Ships are not making money sitting this is fact they are spending huge money just to have them out there floating around for weeks at a time . CA will never be out of the loop but they will be bypassed in a big way if they don't get there head out of there ass soon . Even small-time guys are getting together to have there shit brought over from smaller privet carriers.  I was just talking about this last week with a bud who gets about 20 containers of havoc vents a yr who is doing just that with 5 other businesses in MN . Costing them about 2x more before payoffs to get shit loaded in China ports . But those payoffs have been there a few yrs now 

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25 minutes ago, Rigid1 said:

I just have to laugh, You have absolutely zero knowledge of this and are completely talking out of your ass to sound intelligent. :lol:

An extra 8-10 days. Possibly more if they roll back the speed to conserve fuel. Then there's the possibility of a ship needing to refuel. Then the $200,000-300,000 Panama canal fee. It's really not that hard to figure out for n ordinary person like myself. 

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Just now, ActionfigureJoe said:

An extra 8-10 days. Possibly more if they roll back the speed to conserve fuel. Then there's the possibility of a ship needing to refuel. Then the $200,000-300,000 Panama canal fee. It's really not that hard to figure out for n ordinary person like myself. 

You don’t know any of this but, you can get your opinion.  And here’s mine: These ships are already planning their route to other ports and the ones on the way have already programmed alternate routes.  These ships will not sit stagnant for too long because to do so doesn’t do them or their owners any good short term or long term.  

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1 minute ago, Zambroski said:

You don’t know any of this but, you can get your opinion.  And here’s mine: These ships are already planning their route to other ports and the ones on the way have already programmed alternate routes.  These ships will not sit stagnant for too long because to do so doesn’t do them or their owners any good short term or long term.  

:lol: god that was dumb as fuck. 

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4 minutes ago, ActionfigureJoe said:

An extra 8-10 days. Possibly more if they roll back the speed to conserve fuel. Then there's the possibility of a ship needing to refuel. Then the $200,000-300,000 Panama canal fee. It's really not that hard to figure out for n ordinary person like myself. 

:lol: fucking epic!!!

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3 minutes ago, ActionfigureJoe said:

:lol: god that was dumb as fuck. 

Stop thinking you know what your are talking about.  Your whole insight is based on libtwat tainted information and orders to spread propaganda.

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