Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: southern Arizona
They'll bake 'em in China. Heck, a Twinkie could sit on the dock for 3 years, be shipped on a sailboat to America, and no one could taste the difference. The pity is that the large majority of the workers wanted to still work, and a smaller union forced the issue. I'm not very sympathetic to the union that voted no, but I really feel for the many thousands (including a number of union workers) who WANTED to keep going but who will be facing a very bleak winter instead.
The products will be sold to someone else and baked and marketed by someone else, so the consumer won't lose anything. But this is NOT a good time to be told, "See ya! Go find a job..."
"People can teach us the rules, but only horses can teach us the art of riding."