A bizarre cabal where you can speculate on all sorts of fictional conspiracies and gush about crazed fringe material (like those hot an' saucy Lost Episode and "Coma Theory" Creepy Pastas - spooky Alfredo not included).
Have a crazed or creepy theory, or something you want to get off your chest? No sanity or sources needed! illuminati reptiles see us all through the chemtail-magic of Harrp.. They plan to force us to only ship SonAmy in their new world order.
Only thing i've seen is some guy name Justin Peniston is one of the writers. His resume is... nonexistent as he's only written 3 episodes total between 3 series. So one a piece. However, that's kinda common in cartoons now-a-days as usually there's a collective and one person does one episode and then someone else does another one and so on and so on.
Ian Flynn has said he's not currently attached to it but the way he makes it sound is that he's being considered or he has been in talks.
I have always found right to work laws an interesting conundrum. I agree that Unions can strong arm people, even rape a man’s conscience by demanding funds that go where their higher-ups deem worthy, despite their own ethical standards. That is deeply wrong, regardless of the persons involved political opinions. Yet, it’s clear those laws can give non-payers special rights and benefits without pay, which is basically legal theft, and incentivizes dissolution of unions. Why pay when you can get the perks for free? Both fringe outcomes are blatantly troublesome economically and socially, and easily play part to a part of a cynical realpolitik game outside the welfare of workers and employers alike.
Honestly all Right to Work Laws should expressly state that one does not get any special benefits of the union if they do not pay. Also, Unions should not be allowed to have a monopoly on work spaces. We have Mixed representation for lawyers, insurers, and various other things on life, why not labor organization memberships? More choice is more empowerment.
Which brings me to the topic at hand, cheating the Union and trying to make the vote easily traceable via Internet voting (and easily rigged) concerns me I think either way. In person voting is safer from fraud, but in this case there is the issue of works place pressure if it’s not done on neutral ground. I find Bezos’s hypocrisy hilarious when it came to this rush-job 2020 election being beneficial to Biden, his golden goose over Trump, who wanted his butt equally taxed with other businesses, but against it when it skewed the odds towards a non-preempted outcome that would likely lean pro-union, due to the vote being cast without workplace pressure.