Friday, September 2, 2011

US Department of Justice Advises Gibson Guitars to Ship Jobs Overseas!

Bloody dangerous these guitars!  Man have you ever had the G string go under your fingernail when you were re-stringing?

How about a fingernail under a G string? Yeah, now that sounds more interesting and less painfull.

A quick search of the 'net showed there had been a few people killed by guitars. However most of them were players who electrocuted themselves with their own guitars by doing something stupid. Like playing an electric guitar in a bathtub of water. Now that has to be stupidity or chemical enhancement!

Murder by guitar? No not the band Dorothy, this ain't Kansas, real murder by guitar - killing someone with a guitar! 

The only item I could find was where a guitarist attacked his wife for, wait for it,  she was using his favourite plectrum (pick) as a clittoral stimulator! 

I would love to know what key she played in! If she was doing it right it definately wouldn't be a minor key!

PS. It didn't even mention if he attacked her with his guitar. Any red blooded guitarist would have stood back until she got to the station and then cheered. Maybe his wife was just pissed off that he knew where every note on the fretboard was but he couldn't find her clittoris?

Following up the article the other day on Gibson Guitars being raided with no reason given, the advice from the US Department of Justice sounds like something straight from our own Labor Government think tanks.

It seems that the Department of Justice wasn’t satisfied with merely raiding the law abiding factories of Gibson Guitar with armed agents, shutting down their operation costing them millions, and leaving the American company in the dark as to how to proceed without going out of business.

Now, according to CEO Henry Juszkiewicz, agents of the United States government are bluntly informing them that they’d be better off shipping their manufacturing labor overseas.

In an interview with KMJ AM’s “The Chris Daniel Show,” Juszkiewicz revealed some startling information.
CHRIS DANIEL:  Mr. Juszkiewicz, did an agent of the US government suggest to you that your problems would go away if you used Madagascar labor instead of American labor?
HENRY JUSZKIEWICZ:  They actually wrote that in a pleading.
CHRIS DANIEL:  Excuse me?
HENRY JUSKIEWICZ:   They actually wrote that it a pleading.
CHRIS DANIEL:  That your problems would go away if you used Madagascar labor instead of our labor?
So the government attacked them in the first place by citing obscure regulations that probably weren’t violated. Now they are suggesting that all these problems would go away if they simply exported their labor.

Had it simply been said in passing by an agent, one could write it off as a lone sarcastic agent, trying to push buttons.  But the fact that they actually wrote it in the pleading is a level of hubris that goes well beyond over zealous law enforcement officials and passes straight into what can easily be translated as an out of control and corrupt targeting of an American corporation.

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