A recent article pointed out that the old Kodak employed 140,000 people in a wide variety of positions, using a wide variety of skill sets. It’s modern digital equivalent sold recently for one billion dollars and had all of 13 employees. Where, one wonders are the other 139,987 employed? And what happens to America as middle class jobs continue to be hollowed out? Are we returning to Downton Abbey days when a few rich people are cared for by a mass of poor people? Where a handful of the very rich can spend $500,000 we are told slaughtering thousands of pheasants in an afternoon?