I cried because I had no shoes, until I met a man who had no feet. Now, don’t your problems seem small compared to this?

Three dozen of the University of California’s highest-paid executives are threatening to sue unless UC agrees to spend tens of millions of dollars to dramatically increase retirement benefits for employees earning more than $245,000.

“We believe it is the University’s legal, moral and ethical obligation” to increase the benefits, the executives wrote the Board of Regents in a Dec. 9 letter and position paper obtained by The Chronicle.

3 thoughts on “Urgent

  1. Boo hoo. Boo hoo. I feel soooo sorry for the SOBs They already have salaries that match private corporations and they want more. They’re lucky they haven’t been subject to cost cutting measures like a lot of way lower level UC (and other university) employees have been.

  2. For a commission of $10,000 a head, I can find competent replacements for any member of this group for $60,000. There are plenty of unemployed who would be only too happy to have work at $60,000 per year.

    The University of California is in a true win/win situation. Strike and they don’t get paid. Replace them with strike breakers and reduce the tax payers cost permanently.

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