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It's Sister Minnie! sicko-wholesome

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Yes it's some-controversy propaganda and it is a heck a lot better than a multi billion arms sale presser that amerikkka puts out in it's media.

xi-lib-tears

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Medea be nimble!

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In this episode, Sal Mercogliano - a maritime historian at Campbell University (@campbelledu) and former merchant mariner - discusses the discussions between the International Longshoremen's Association (ILA) and the United States Maritime Alliance (USMX) regarding the master contract and the recent walkout by the ILA over port automation in Mobile, AL.

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