If you've been reading the news on the net lately about unions (see EmployerReport.com), you may have seen where some whackos (there's just no other word for it) on the blogoshpere want to form a union. (If you don't believe us, go here and check it out.)
According to Leslie Robinson, a writer at ColoradoConfidential.com who seems really detached from reality: "Maybe we could get more jobs, bona fide jobs."
Here's the problem(s)...
Since blogging is primarily a voluntary spewing of one's creative juices on subjects of a vast array with no particular employers (in most cases), who (or what) is this bloggers' union going to be negotiating with?
And since most (like us) work for free and often for our own amusement, who (or what) is this blogging union going to be negotiating against at what bargaining table??
And, if there is no agreement, do the bloggers strike?
If so, who (or what)?...Themselves???
More importantly, does anyone really care???
Lastly, if the bloggers' union strikes and we keep writing, doesn't that mean we're scabs?
Oh...This is too rich!