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Re: what to do if war starts
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From: Simeon
Category: Other stuff
Date: 17 March 2003

Review

If war starts how can we stop what we are doing? It is a great idea that I have sympathy for but my bosses would not appreciate the gesture.

Today I rushed to Tesco, paid my council tax and other bills and realised I was well into debt. I have another fifteen days to go before my next pay check.

I have a crap job but the boss lets me draw and I have time to think. How does an average guy or girl go about acting on any kind of political opinion in the average working environment?

Basically it seems to me that the employee is monitored not just electronically but in other ways. For a basic job I am subjected to reviews, performance talks, task sheets.

I am sure this management interference is common. Unions can be useful if you are in traditional employment (car industry etc) where such things exist. Outside of those types of jobs unions are non existent.

I hope I don't sound like a moaning old fart. Like Tony Ben you really have to have a media platform or a certain amount of celebrity or power before you a measure of immunity and protection from power.

In London we are always screwed by high rent, and the general cost of living.

What to do? I wish I could just type a link to a web page that would offer some solutions.

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