The L.A. Story: Picture worth far more than a thousand words

The L.A. Story: Picture worth far more than a thousand words


Can’t really beat this for succintness, can you?

New Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti may think his slight standing up to the L.A. Department of Water and Power shows he’s independent. But the Aug. 22 edition of the Southern California Teamster newspaper lets the world know how things work in L.A.

Nice display of union illiteracy — the “s” being capitalized in “L.A.’S” — and remindful of the days when I used to get press releases from the “Fontana Teacher’s Association.”

Either there was only one teacher in the FTA, or the one writing press releases had Teamster-style English skills.

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  1. jimmydeeoc
    jimmydeeoc 27 August, 2013, 08:48

    nor do Teamster dimwits recognize that they are now reduced to little more than carting around film crews……as opposed to lots of big, heavy manufactured stuff…..but that has all gone bye-bye thanks to people like Garcetti and like-minded predecessors.

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