Ok, sure, all those a-holes who couldn't be bothered to vote really screwed us. I mean, they could have not voted on a good contract, and there wouldn't be an issue. But we're not supposed to blame the people who put a terrible contract up for a vote to begin with, right? I mean, they were completely unable to bargain any better, UPS just wouldn't budge, unless you count the fact that they immediately committed to more negotiations the second they thought the contract was rejected. But it's all the non-voters' faults that our voices were ignored. My question is, how should we hold them responsible? I'm thinking wedgies and noogies. Maybe a wet willy or purple nurple here and there. What say you?