BuyMort Brief #7

Worker Refugees Welcomed to NaYoCa Prime from Texacar IV
Written by: Tracy Mills, NewsCom Multiversal Incorporated

Shuttle craft with at least 120 asylum seekers arrived in NaYoCa on Friday in what Apple Time Affiliated is calling the best labor deal of the century.

The asylum seekers are part of the so-called Yellow Ribbon Initiative, an attempt to unionize the workers of Ghengar Limited, a manufacturing affiliate.

“On Texacar the Yellow Ribboners lost at least 7,000 in their battles with Ghengar. At least 900 of those kids. After Ghengar told them all that there would be no quarter, that new workers were being shipped in from Storage and any of the Yellow Ribbon left on the planet at the end of the moneth would be exterminated, well, they were quite open to contract negotiation,” CEO Roger Abbott stated in a┬árelease yesterday. “I don’t worry about their previous rebellion. We trust that they now understand their place in the multiverse. Afterall, not everyone is born to have nice things.”

The tattered groups that arrived at dock were a mix of families and individuals. Affiliate officials estimate there were around 100 children, including a 10-month-old baby.

“It does one proud to see the future of the affiliate workforce taken in so economically and on a generational level,” noted Vice-President Taren Gorg. “The profits are going to be huge. Oh, and of course I am ecstatic that the fighting has ended and no one needs to die anymore.”

Other affiliates have signed their own contracts with the refugees, and few remain on Texacar, a number that is expected to reach zero at the end of the month. One way or the other.

This has been Tracy Mills, reporting.

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