«Are we going to lose our home? Are we going to be able to pay our property taxes? What are we gonna do for insurance? What are we gonna do for food? You know, and these are questions that you'd never think that we'd ask yourself. And now they're discussions in the home,» says Mike O'Machearley, who is losing the job that helped support four children and a grandson.
«You're losin' a lot more than a job,» Pelley remarks.
«Our friends. It's crazy. You'll never understand it. But we loved it,» Rider says.
«I remember people with scarves breathin' through ice in just unreal…eyelashes frozen and I started in '81. And when you worked, you worked. Why weren't we bailed out?» Morris Deufemia asks.
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