CC Riebeeck wrote: ↑Mon Oct 22, 2018 7:49 pm
dunk wrote: ↑Mon Oct 22, 2018 5:56 pm
The greatness is killing me
FWIW its about 50 years too late to save the steel / aluminium industries as we once knew them
High hopes to you and yours man...
Killing me too. For serious.
It's difficult to do good business with handcuffs. All the horseshit about rebuilding industries. Seen this whore before, and knew it was just a different pair of kneepads. The mills have done nothing to increase capacity, but did divide up the pie amongst themselves, jack the market and numbers for the rest of us, all while keeping the door locked.
Figure it out, dickheads. This industry barrel ride over the proverbial falls, sucks monkey balls.
Never thought I'd be saying to people: it's not about the price, do you want to have material to run or not? Autos are already looking at ways to change back to steel from aluminum. At least steel is available. This market certainly ain't #winning.
You .ca got caught padding the big titty bra with Rooskie Al-U-Min-I-Uhhhhmmmm. Tsk tsk. That nonsense ain't above board neither.
Greed has no border or political party.
One thing our northern neighbors do well, is they have aluminum smelters next to the hydro. Cheapest, cleanest power known to man, (provided there is a fish ladder and proper planning for the ecosystem). Makes good sense for all involved. Which is why we won't have it here. Dog forbid we have a balanced plan.
We miss that ingot on our rolling mills. Truly.
At least you are all green these days. Word is ur gubmint is fukkin the citizenry like they do on piss, eh? High Fashion Spendy Legal Tweed. $80 Suitcase O' Shitty Yello Beer. Buy both, but only through our LCBO or some shit. Same same, really. Ain't that Trudy the Tiger GREATTT!
Resurrected Ford for PM. He wouldn't abide that shit.