Wednesday, December 05, 2007

Evergreen buying Cosi Pulp Mill still? And Peeing Bandit caught red handed! So to speak.

Looks like Evergreen is not done yet. The Daily World Don't know how that would affect our plant. Wait and see I guess.

The peeing bandit has been identified and unfortunately fired from one of the local trucking outfits after relieving his self at the Evergreen Chip Dump. Not sure if it is the same one that had taking a #2 and pee peed on the controls of the truckers safety shack and peed all over the B & B and employee restroom.

It seems to be an epidemic with truck drivers to relieve themselves immediately when they stop for work. Must be all that bouncing up and down causing their kidneys to wear down. Those local truck drivers out there are over worked and underpaid.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Richard writes:

Not sure if it is the same one that had taking a #2 and pee peed on the controls of the truckers safety shack and peed all over the B & B and employee restroom.

Nope! Hahahahahha!!! Check out the BROWN SLUG I left in your raincoat!!!! Next time I catch you taking a nap I might just Pee Peed on you!

Coworker X

samoasoftball said...

The potty bandit strikes again. I will check my raincoat when I get to work now.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the update. Now I will go wash my hands.

Anonymous said...

how much do truck drivers make an hour?

Anonymous said...

7.00$ an hour less than Richard

Eric V. Kirk said...

There is an ongoing controversy in Washington state about a practice of truck drivers to pee in bottles, seal them, and then throw them on the side of the road (to save time). Naturally, the transportation department workers, ungrateful about the boon to commerce the truckers provide, are complaining about having to clean up after them.

Whiners!

The Boy Most Likely to ... said...

How much is that Pulp Mill in the window?

samoasoftball said...

eric-We have the same problem at the pulp mill. Drivers from the bay area bring containers to be loaded and then taken to the Port of Oakland. Sometimes they come and park in the middle of the night waiting for the shipping crew to arrive at our mill at 7am. Sometimes there are upward of 30 trucks in a small parking lot. And many times they leave their bottles or jugs of urine. And our laborers have to treat it as hazardous waste. Time consuming and just not right.

8:25 & 9:08pm- Local drivers make between $11 and $15 an hour. I make over $20 an hour because I am a union worker. The truck drivers would too if they organized.