Sikorsky workers have been fortunate that, for a long time, they have not been asked to pay. Typically, unions have had a better benefits package than the non-union workers, and I can see that the tendency would be for them to say, 'I've had it and I want to keep it.' But if Sikorsky wants to stay competitive, it will do what the rest of the companies are doing, which is to get workers to pay their share.
About 60 percent of the lumber, plywood and other wood products going to the Middle East is for the U.S. Central Command Center in Doha, Qatar, ... That material is being used to construct support structures for troops. Lumber hasn't gone into Iraq yet, but we'll need more of it to set up structures for troops in areas like Basra when it's safe to do so.
If the church could catch a vision for using video technology to present an authentic presentation of the life of the church - not rehearsed videos, but spontaneous records of conversations, laughing with one another, weeping with one another, people sharing their lives, etc. - the average person might take notice,