While the stock may be up, the waters are about to start getting rough for Fred. First, FedEx Freight is starting to organize, and that is a huge deal. Second, Express employees are fighting back. I'm aware of several CSA sickouts in stations where the couriers are getting the 15% bribe to stay-on through Peak. Other employee groups are also fighting back in an organized fashion with slowdowns, sickouts, and efforts to get people off the Kool-Aid and into discussion of organizing. Third, the mechanics and RTDs are beginning to get angry...very angry. Like the pilots, they are relatively small workgroups with the power to disrupt operations on a large scale. Fourth, operations are falling apart. For example, my station which is 20 people short, is shipping couriers to assist a neighboring station, which is 40 people down. What does that say about how things are going? Fifth, word is out that you do NOT want to work for FedEx. That trumps everything else, because there simply aren't enough people to deliver the freight, and it all spirals down into a ball of flame from there. Customers will finally get the message and turn away from Express in droves. There are going to be huge numbers of packages that are nowhere near being delivered on Christmas. My goal(s) at this site have always focused on 2 things: exposing this company for the fraud that it is, and encouraging unionization as the only real means of fighting Fred Smith. It appears now that the tide is staring to turn towards us. Once Freight is organized, the Teamsters are finally going to go after Express, because it is so bad now that even the RLA isn't going to protect Smith. FedEx is like a shiny red apple, sitting there glistening under the store lights. But under the skin, it's completely rotten, and unfit for consumption. Slowly but surely, that skin of lies is coming apart. This Peak will be the last straw, because it's going to be so bad that the media will finally dig-in....deep. They're already sniffing around the edges, and when operations implode in December, the lid will be off. People have finally had enough shat, and they're willing to do something about it, whether that be WAD, calling-in sick, writing-up an aircraft, or parking a CTV at the side of the road with a "breakdown". The "insurance" is also going to be exposed as employees reveal how much they're spending on premiums for coverage they cannot use or going broke trying to pay their ridiculous portion of the costs. Fred Smith has effectively reduced everyone's wages with this incredible scam. The Bates Hotel that FedEx has become can no longer hide it's ugly secrets. "Norman" Smith is about to come into the light of reality.