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body's buried.
All right, gentlemen, can we begin?
We'll dispense with the minutes
from the last meeting.
We'll open the floor to new business.
Let's hear it, new business.
Yes, Mr. Chairman,
my name is Norman Kane.
I'd like to file a grievance
against Guard Dog Security.
- What's your grievance?
- Don't do this.
My partner and I were fined $100 each
for something that was not our fault.
They were on the warehouse job
last night and screwed up.
This is about the
Carlex Pharmaceutical robbery, right?
Yes, it is.
Why don't you just
pay the fine and sit down.
- Any other new business?
- I'd like to file an appeal.
You can't file an appeal.
The board decision is final.
Excuse me,
but I didn't see the board vote.
They don't have to vote.
Could you respond to this?
There are approximately
5000 guards in this union...
...each paying $15 a week in dues...
...which amounts to roughly
$4 million a year.
Now, I would like to know,
what happens to that money?
That's a fiscal question,
and if we got a fiscal question...
...then I gotta call our treasurer,
Lou Brackman. Lou, tell him.
Just a minute.
Under the leadership
of our president, Michael Carlino...
...we have gone a long ways toward
answering the needs of its members.
And I don't think it's proper
to take cheap shots at us...
...without knowing all the facts.
Point of parliamentary
procedure, Mr. Chairman.
You listen to me, you facc'e merda.
You show your face at another
union meeting, and so help me God...
...l'm gonna break your legs.
This meeting is adjourned.
What are you telling me, Frank?
That they put us here because
I spoke up at the union meeting?
If I were you, I wouldn't open
unusual pieces of mail...
...in the next few weeks.
- You're paranoid.
The truth is, this is just
an unpleasant job.
Not that I'm complaining.
But I'll tell you what I find
particularly difficult to believe.
We're actually guarding garbage.
Just keep your eyes open for that
international ring of garbage thieves.
- Hey, isn't this great?
- Oh, yeah.
Amazing what
some people throw away.
This place is a gold mine,
I'm telling you.
- Really?
- Oh, yeah, look at this here.
I found this. Practically brand new,
hardly been used.
- You guys find anything?
- Yeah.
I found a toothbrush,
almost brand new.
- What colour?
- Red.
- Perfect. Perfect match. Where?
- About three mounds over that way.
- Over there?
- Yeah.
Okay, great.
You guys need anything?
- No.
- No.
Okay. Keep an eye out
for a shoe like this, okay?
Okay, take it easy. See you.
See you later.
- Yesterday, garbage, today, this.
- Quit complaining.
- Let's just go to work.
- Yeah, no, just forget it, okay?
I'll tell you, I've had it.
I can't take it anymore. I'm quitting.
Don't be such a wussy.
Toughen up, will you?
A little toxic waste
isn't gonna kill you.
I'd like to father a child one day.
I'd like that child
to look human, you know.
Oh, mutations can't be that bad.
Maybe he'll have a third arm.
Put him in a sideshow...
- Glad you're taking this seriously.
...make a little extra... All right.
Hi, guys, how's it going?
Lost two more teeth today.
Jeez, you guys look terrible.
- How long you been working here?
- Every day for the last three weeks.
Why don't you put in
for another assignment?
We did. They keep
sending us back here.
- Why?
- I don't know.
I mean, we used to be
on warehouse duty.
That was great, wasn't it?
Warehouse duty?
Then one night,
the place got robbed...
...and O'Connell, he got
all mad at us for no reason.
We... We weren't even there.
And Bruno, he told us
to take a break...
...and the place got robbed
while we were gone.
Bruno, the...? Big Bruno?
It's not fair.
- We're quitting.
- Oh, yeah.
- Don't eat or drink anything here, guys.
- No, no.
- Take lots of...
- Yeah.
- Thanks for the tip.
You guys take care of yourselves.
I'll tell you something.
I'm not gonna


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