What if men were to go on strike from swift water rescue?

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10 Responses to What if men were to go on strike from swift water rescue?

  1. NoFixedAddress says:

    what if it happened and no-one cared a fig?

    strike, don’t strike… so what?

  2. NoFixedAddress says:

    you are actually privileged if you can go on strike.

  3. Lee says:

    And who are they expecting to pay for it?
    The taxpayer?
    Go on, strike.
    See if I give a damn.

  4. Baba says:

    Don’t muck about, go for a twofer. A complete ban on fossil fuels and women on strike from unpaid work.

  5. jupes says:

    On International Women’s Day we ask, what if women were to go on strike from unpaid care?

    Then they would be evil hags. But they won’t, because they really do care. Feminists on the other hand …

  6. Tel says:

    Sounds like a suggestion that mothers should hold their own children hostage in order to shakedown some random stranger.

    Go back and thumb through a few old 50’s sci-fi because not many of the creative types predicted the future would be as mental as this.

  7. Buccaneer says:

    Isn’t it amazing how the folks who suggest these things rarely follow through themselves. I don’t see Mike Cannon Brookes forgoing air travel for example or shutting down his business because it emits too much greenhouse gas.

  8. Lee says:

    I don’t see Mike Cannon Brookes forgoing air travel for example or shutting down his business because it emits too much greenhouse gas.

    He claims that that is okay and he is not a hypocrite, because of “carbon offsets.”
    Which is code for “I am ultra-rich and can afford to salve my conscience, unlike poor and middle-class suckers.”

  9. Buccaneer says:

    And I can tell the little people how to live because my shit don’t stink

  10. Lee says:

    To say I despise the likes of Mike Cannon Brookes, Holmes à Court and Al Gore is putting it mildly.

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