Thursday, April 27, 2017

The Hunger Strike Games

You're not yourself when you're on strike:
“Yale is saying that we have to wait, that bargaining would be too premature. They’re saying that because they want to game the legal system, file motion after motion,” Local 33 Chairman Aaron Greenberg told the Yale Daily News. “We’re saying, ‘OK, we’ll wait, but we’re going to wait without eating.’”

As it turns out, “wait without eating” carries some pretty attractive stipulations.

See, Greenberg told the paper that he and his fellow “hunger strike” participants not only got a checkup from local medical professionals Wednesday afternoon — but also they’ll switch places with other union members if their health goes south.
Any takers?

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