On Monday, locked-out union workers looking to take a break from hurling insults at employees entering Con Ed headquarters near Union Square could join in a sing-along version of former employee J.Scar's song "Underpaid," according to the New York Times. Friends who still work at the company asked the rapper to join the picket lines, and his song has become their unofficial anthem. Thankfully, both sides have agreed to meet with federal mediators on Tuesday. We suspect J.Scar's rapping would seem less endearing if our apartment were 90 degrees right now.
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