Here we are several weeks later, and those Chrysler lawyers are still doing manual labor. I guess they are worried about being outsourced, so they stick to their handcarts. Something about guys who get up to $1,000/hr. for their services actually pulling their own carts makes me feel good.
It’s also possible that the cart-guys have not yet made partner. Do you suppose they warn them about this in law school?
By the way, for those of you in Rio Linda, ‘Drayage’ is a fancy term for ‘Hauling’.
Continuity-wise here is the original post.
Many a New Yorker would better relate to the term “schlepping”.
Sal, I did actually spend some time debating “schlep” vs. “drayage”. Since “schlep” is also used as a noun, I wanted to avoid possible confusion.
OK, OK I’ve been resisting the temptation all day, but alas I must use the quote. “The first thing we do, let’s kill all the lawyers.”
Was that Shakespeare?
esp. if you want it to be (or not)