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Another reason is technology which is opening up a revenue stream from the Internet, but not one we can expect much in the way of residuals or jobs from any time soon, cheap Adolan (Ultram). Buy Adolan (Ultram) Without Prescription,  And the most important cause of all is economic collapse which has driven down the sale of DVD's, lowered the value of air time, and made it more difficult for the studios to secure lines of credit.

We've got 10 or so unions in Hollywood.  We can either work together to maximize our gains and minimize our losses, or we can ally with the studios and fire pot shots against our sister unions.  We may gain favor with the studios bashing other unions but we won't get one single penny extra for carrying their water.  Times are tough and getting tougher and this is no time to be at each other's throats.

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  1. I don’t know the history here, so can’t argue with Michael Everett on that basis. Maybe he’s right that a SAG strike now would work out in the end for the greater good of us all — I really don’t know. My own objection to this is personal — 2008 was the worst year I’ve had in a couple of decades, which I finished on the fumes of a seriously depleted checkbook. A protracted SAG strike now would put me deep in the hole, along with most of the people I work with. Whether the current economic situation is analagous to the Great Depression remains unclear, but at that time, we had nowhere to go but up. Right now, we’ve got nowhere to go but down, and from where I sit, a SAG strike this year would take me down with it.

  2. While this article does contain sound historic views about negotiating for what’s fair and the importance of a union’s option to strike, the issues of today seem to be a bit removed from those talking points. Are we to pretend that SAG is in the midst of some decisive negotiations? Nearly seven months have passed since the producers made their final offer. In that time, SAG has done nothing productive worth noting other than passing a vote on wether or not to vote on a strike authorization.

    The economic effect of SAG’s slow and ineffective approach is causing great hardship for too many people. SAG has shown no solidarity with those who are paying the most for SAG’s unproductive position. Nearly all of the people who are paying a price for SAG’s stance don’t even work in the film industry. Ann Marie Johnson, National Vice President of SAG, openly acknowledges this lack of solidarity with our greater population when speaking to the press. When asked questions about the timing of a possible strike and the effect it could have on our devastated economy, irrelevant scripted responses designed to pacify confused SAG members are given in place of considerate replies. A common irrelevant response is that SAG was formed during the depression. It’s clear that SAG wants to ignore and distance themselves from the damage they are causing as a result of their failed bargaining policies. SAG had my support half a year ago but they do not have it today.

    Unions are great and economies are even greater.