I think America as a whole is even stupider than Kodak. We've perfected the art of shooting ourselves in the foot and exporting jobs, and of rewarding incompetence with golden parachutes and
offshore tax havens. Where's Robspierre when we need him? A guillotine set up on Wall St would
probably solve the problem a lot faster than a tent encampment there. Fortunately, a lot of US
corporations are not publicly traded, and a lot of positive stuff is going on that is under the radar
as far as publicity hype is concerned. If Kodak were to make film on this premise, and base profitibility of was is sustainable rather than on smoke-and-mirror stock value, we'd all be in better
shape for it. Maybe this bankrupty will turn out to be a good thing in the long run, at least for us
consumers.