Here's a wonderful article at World Net Daily today:
"Cottage industry revolutionizes classic musical instrument
Maestro needs no unions, CEOs or bailouts to thrive at reinventing clarinet"
No unions or bailouts- maestro thrives! What a testimony to conservative economic theory.
His workforce: his wife and his two sons. And they haven't even thought about forming a union! Or asking Obama for a bailout for their industrial conglomerate, which incorporates their garage and two rooms in their house!
You know, maybe this is just stupid me, but I always pictured industries as occupying some other premises than their owner's house before they could really be described as "thriving."
Well, Fender it ain't.