As you've no doubt heard by now, the SEPTA strike came to an end in the middle of the night.
Here's what we're curious about: This strike lasted six days. There was a lot of back-and-forth between the two sides, including several false alarms of settlements, proclamations that the union was rejecting excellent offers given economic circumstances, a request by the union for binding arbitration (declined by SEPTA) and for a forensic audit of its pension fund, to ensure its health.
As you followed these events, did your opinion -- over who was at fault or what would constitute a reasonable offer -- ever change? Was it persuasive, for instance, when union prez Willie Brown claimed that his members deserve a good contract because this is a good financial time for mass transit? Or when SEPTA attributed the 52 percent funding level of the TWU's pension fund to the stock market crash?
Tell us in comments.