The point of today was trying to move forward with some leverage where there had been none for months. That was where they were fucked. Now there is a chance to actually get something done beyond just accepting the marching orders of the owners. Now they'll look at what that right approach is, in terms of gaining that leverage, and building upon it. Chances are what happens will have as much to do with the next time this shit rolls around as it does with the current shit.
Nobody said they can't sue, just that they haven't decided on it yet.
What I wonder is what was the point of the whole previous year. They all saw this coming, and it shouldn't have been delayed so long.
Last edited by LX; 11-15-2011 at 12:58 AM.