Wow. Strong sentiments from folks (especially B15M). Look, I don't mean to start a firestorm against labor or those who struggle. I just wanted to point out that we were jumping on the "evil corporate greed" bandwagon. Let's not forget that the purpose of a business is to make profit, if it cannot do that, it will not be a business for long. I don't mean to imply that the actions of some businesses is fair or even just, merely that they have that right. What we rarely see is simliar rhetoric regarding people who just quite and leave a company after it has invested countless thousands of dollars helping that individual build their resume, savings, and skills. The cost to a business of a given employee can often be two or even three times the real salary. I've read about some truly crappy situations here...but it seems that much of the problem lies with judicial and legislative (government) faults, and sometimes even interpersonnal issues. ...I had something very long typed here, but I don't think it needed to be said. I have the utmost empathy for King and his situation. Forget the finances, just being forced to live away from my kids would rip my heart out. And he gives me yet another reason to hate M*ch*g*n.....(sorry Chuck).