What really bothers me isn't the inert wage progression, the companies skyrocketing stock price, the cut in health insurance, my traditional pension being taken away, my jump seat priviedges revoked, the increased stress, the increased workload, the increase disciplinary actions for getting in an inevitable wreck, the agism, the sexism, or even the complete disparity I'm top out range between legacy employees and and those hired in the last fifteen years. What really bothers me is that it still thinks its a people company. If it wants to be the "Walmart" of the skies. I'm not too proud to work for Walmart. But quit trodding out the picture of Fred Smith and telling me I'm lucky to work for such a great man. Quit lying to me and telling me how much trouble the company is in. People that work, shop, and even deliver to Walmart expect substandard wages and crappy service. Let's be what we are! The Walmart of the skies.