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Old 11-06-2003, 01:52 PM   #1
ArtBefartnickle
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Thumbs down Kitchen Riot

What precipitated the walk out in 1971 of the Narrowburg kitchen? Rumor had it that someone either stuck their schlong in the bug juice or did something even more reprehensible. I witnessed the incident where all the kitchen boys were out on the steps of the kitchen and Lou Levitt told them that anyone who wanted to go home should pack their bags and get up to the admin building for the trip ito Monticello where they could catch the next bus home. He then informed that rowdy group that they should get back to work and send someone up to see him and he would discuss the issue. They all went back and that was the end of it.

It was my first real experience at labor relations and i must say, that it probably was one of Lou's finer moments.
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Old 11-07-2003, 05:19 PM   #2
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Re: Kitchen Riot

Great post, I guess I had forgoten about the kitchen boy walk out until I read your post. Thanks for dusting off the cobwebs
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What precipitated the walk out in 1971 of the Narrowburg kitchen? Rumor had it that someone either stuck their schlong in the bug juice or did something even more reprehensible. I witnessed the incident where all the kitchen boys were out on the steps of the kitchen and Lou Levitt told them that anyone who wanted to go home should pack their bags and get up to the admin building for the trip ito Monticello where they could catch the next bus home. He then informed that rowdy group that they should get back to work and send someone up to see him and he would discuss the issue. They all went back and that was the end of it.

It was my first real experience at labor relations and i must say, that it probably was one of Lou's finer moments.
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