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3 thoughts on “Carlvin and Stomps”
Yaaay! More Carlvin + Stomps! Booooo! I had to then bone up on their part in the HB2 imbroglio.
Yay! Thanks Carlvin and Stomps website, I discovered how many companies are lobbying Pat McCrory and friends to repeal HB2. I don’t know if I would have searched this out on my own. Wow, there’s a lot of big names there. Sure you want to piss them all off? When was the last time you saw Northrop Grumman, Facebook, Starbucks, and IBM agree on anything? Thanks again, Carlvin and Stomps!
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Read the letter they all signed here:
Who says there’s no solidarity among workers anymore?