Monday, November 05, 2007

The L.A. Times has noticed it too-

This from deep in the L.A. Times Matrix-

"Strikers at Rockefeller Center hoisted "On Strike" signs and chanted, "Writers want fair share," but a nearby police officer was unimpressed.

"They're writers. Couldn't they come up with anything better than 'On strike'?" mused the officer.

Below are the chants we've heard so far. Write us if you hear a new one, or suggest your own:

Who's got the power?
We got the power
What kind of power?
Union power!

Network bosses, rich and rude
We don't like your attitude!
Working writers
Under attack
What do we do?
Stand up! Fight back!

Hey hey!
Ho ho!
Management can't write the show!

What do we want?
When do we want it?

I guess they really ARE on strike. Writing anything new clearly cuts into the strike. "Hey Ho" - heh heh.


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