Royal Mail customers:We don't want to strike!

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Re: Royal Mail customers:We don't want to strike!

Postby norbert » 30 Oct 2009, 16:54

Just Matt wrote:ttp://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2009/10/29/article-1223980-07036832000005DC-897_468x198.jpg



I'm afriad that ttp is not registered protocol

As Ricky Tomlinson said I don't think Baroness Barmy won't be needing much coal where she's going in the near future - it'll be hot enough
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Re: Royal Mail customers:We don't want to strike!

Postby Pinky 1 » 30 Oct 2009, 16:57

norbert wrote:
Just Matt wrote:ttp://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2009/10/29/article-1223980-07036832000005DC-897_468x198.jpg



I'm afriad that ttp is not registered protocol


A Daily Mail link ...... that figures ... :roll:
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Re: Royal Mail customers:We don't want to strike!

Postby TrueBlueTerrier » 30 Oct 2009, 17:22

Just Matt wrote:I cant quite understand or believe how alleged members of the RM address customers on here in replies, in they arnt going to use RM after the Strike, they sure as hell wont after being addressed in a way like some alledged RM members have on here.



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Re: Royal Mail customers:We don't want to strike!

Postby bitchface » 31 Oct 2009, 13:42

when did i say im a member of royal mail.
it isnt a club.royal mail is my customer and i sell them my labour.i signed a contract for 30hours a week, during which i can and will do all in my ability to perform my job or any other reasonable request.

in my personal time i'll say and do as i wish.
ROYAL MAIL IS THE WORST COMPANY IVE EVER HAD THE MISFORTUNE TO WORK FOR.AND IVE HAD A FEW.
and i will carry on striking until we get better managment or i get another job.im activly working on both solutions.
if you think there is something else i can do.please let me know.... :arrrghhh
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Re: Royal Mail customers:We don't want to strike!

Postby DGP1 » 31 Oct 2009, 15:27

norbert wrote:
Just Matt wrote:ttp://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2009/10/29/article-1223980-07036832000005DC-897_468x198.jpg



I'm afriad that ttp is not registered protocol

As Ricky Tomlinson said I don't think Baroness Barmy won't be needing much coal where she's going in the near future - it'll be hot enough


Image

He missed off the h at the beginning of the address, I do wonder what his business is, if he can make such a simple error that totally ruins his posting.
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Re: Royal Mail customers:We don't want to strike!

Postby antcpfc » 04 Nov 2009, 19:41

Just Matt wrote:Do we need Thatcher back to kick the unions to where they should be, in the gutter :Very Happy


She didn't do too well against us in the 1988 strike which went on for a few weeks did she.No doubt you would not remember being about 12.How is the court case?
For someone running such a great business you are on here an awful lot at funny times. ;liar
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Re: Royal Mail customers:We don't want to strike!

Postby Just Matt » 04 Nov 2009, 22:32

At awful funny times? Explain..

Oh and I swa my postie at home today, I asked him if he was striking the days... and he said he didnt want to be involved with the union and that he wasnt a menber...
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Re: Royal Mail customers:We don't want to strike!

Postby antcpfc » 05 Nov 2009, 16:07

You are just an unemployed person with too much time on your hands, or a no mark working for a firm who has got you down trodden and because of that you hate to see people with a bit of fight having a go back.
Clear enough.
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Re: Royal Mail customers:We don't want to strike!

Postby Just Matt » 05 Nov 2009, 20:04

Im far from unemployed, how wrong can you be.
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Re: Royal Mail customers:We don't want to strike!

Postby Yahoorsur » 05 Nov 2009, 23:39

Awrighty Matt,hows things?
Hows the court case coming along?
What do you think of todays developments? Exciting times ahead methinks.
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Re: Royal Mail customers:We don't want to strike!

Postby not me » 19 Jun 2010, 14:42

and then?
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Re: Royal Mail customers:We don't want to strike!

Postby TrueBlueTerrier » 19 Jun 2010, 15:14

Just Matt

From his posts is in "Media" and can afford legal costs on a case against the CWU :hmmmm

I dont think its him but you never know:
Matt James u-turn leaves Yahoo without a sales director
http://www.nma.co.uk/matt-james-u-turn- ... 56.article

although someone called Just Matt has appeared on film

Slur-Pee in Dinosaur Valley Girls

Synopsis: The discovery of a magic stone catapults Hollywood action hero Tony Markham backwards through time, into a mysterious prehistoric land populated by fierce, predatory dinosaurs...and nymphomaniacal cave vixens in strangely modern animal-print underwire bikinis. It's non-stop adventures in the Stone Age, as Tony must decide to return to the real world or stay with the Jurassic cuties. Available in a racy director's cut or in a kid-safe family version. Collector's Edition includes cast auditions and "Making Of" documentary.

Not a classic I think :left:
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Re: Royal Mail customers:We don't want to strike!

Postby baldrick » 19 Jun 2010, 15:31

custard wrote:and then?

Seems he got more interested in bondage than RM.
http://www.informedconsent.co.uk/p/JustMatt/
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Re: Royal Mail customers:We don't want to strike!

Postby POSTMAN » 19 Jun 2010, 17:05

Ha forgot about this,need to release it now.
Will do another one in about a years time. :cuppa
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