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#1 Nov 28 2011 at 2:38 PM Rating: Default
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And they make parts for planes we fly in also!

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#2 Nov 28 2011 at 2:40 PM Rating: Good
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Thankfully, they don't operate or maintain them. Well, actually, they might.
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#3 Nov 28 2011 at 2:54 PM Rating: Good
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Omg factory workers getting high! How scary is that

I'd be more worried if this was about an automobile plant. Imagine if we all drove around cars that were put together by druggies.

I bet there are paid employees getting stoned out back of the ford plant right now, too. Smiley: rolleyes



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One more reason I'm glad my wife gets out of the military in about 3 years.
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Hey, when you're welding together those delicate little wires you need steady hands.
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#6 Nov 28 2011 at 7:35 PM Rating: Excellent
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Whats the problem here?
Calm workers with steady nerves and are happy to be working?
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I'm more concerned by the lowest bidder aspect my equipment is made by, not so much the individual hands that went into making it.
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#8 Nov 30 2011 at 8:17 AM Rating: Excellent
In regards to the link, wtf does it have to do with unions? I'm not aware of any negotiated contracts that allow workers to smoke weed.

Me? I don't smoke weed myself, but some people work better on it. As a foreman, I tend to look the other way.
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As a foreman, I tend to look the other way.
Really? I can't fathom the idea, but then again, I'm in a direct customer service industry.
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#10 Nov 30 2011 at 8:29 AM Rating: Excellent
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Duke Lubriderm wrote:
As a foreman, I tend to look the other way.
Really? I can't fathom the idea, but then again, I'm in a direct customer service industry.

I work in a factory, believe it or not, some people actually do a better job when they stay moderately stoned. If I ever caught a forklift operator doing it, I'd write him up for so many things, he'd be fired in a month.
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Uglysasquatch wrote:
Duke Lubriderm wrote:
As a foreman, I tend to look the other way.
Really? I can't fathom the idea, but then again, I'm in a direct customer service industry.

I think I get higher than normal when I know I'll be heavily involved with customer service. It makes me feel like an actor.


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Duke Lubriderm wrote:
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Duke Lubriderm wrote:
As a foreman, I tend to look the other way.
Really? I can't fathom the idea, but then again, I'm in a direct customer service industry.

I work in a factory, believe it or not, some people actually do a better job when they stay moderately stoned. If I ever caught a forklift operator doing it, I'd write him up for so many things, he'd be fired in a month.


It would take a month to get fired for breaking the company's drug policy? I figured that was kind of a zero tolerance type policy.
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#13 Dec 03 2011 at 8:11 AM Rating: Good
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It would take a month to get fired for breaking the company's drug policy? I figured that was kind of a zero tolerance type policy.
Lol, I didn't think of just taking the direct route and having someone drug tested. There is so much politics involved with discipline where I work, that sometimes I forget the simplest route.
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#14 Dec 03 2011 at 9:52 AM Rating: Excellent
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considering there has been no conclusive evidence collected that says smoking weed effects ones ability to perform menial tasks in a negative way only. In fact many would argue just the opposite and say it helps them to focus on tasks at hand better. In which case if the latter is true then those are likely going to be some fine vehicles.

Then again the process in the factory would not allow crap to be produced, maybe 1/100 vehicles might have a defect, and considering most ISO standards call for a 95% QA rate that is well within the realm of acceptable rework requirements.

In fact the process are so secure in the factory workplace now that it is almost impossible for one of these cranked out hippies to even force pieces together that don't belong together. With the only real thing a human has control over is visual inspection of part quality, everything else for the most part is automated and the quality restrictions are strictly upheld because they are performed by machines in most cases.

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#15 Dec 03 2011 at 11:33 AM Rating: Good
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95% sounds pretty low. But I could be making an error in omitting compound tolerances.
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