No, I don't. We've been able to punch above our peers across the country, the urban market newspapers that are owned by chains, both from a national ad perspective and a local ad perspective, despite the strike. Do I think we'd be stronger without a strike? Unquestionably. Can I afford to end the strike, with the prospect that things would be better around the corner, and sign an agreement that we can't afford? The answer is no. It's tough. It's gut-wrenching. It's a terrible decision.
I know that my testimony today will be cut up by the striking members of the union and used, but I'm compelled to be here today to speak on their behalf as well as our business's behalf, about things in the landscape. I believe that the government has at its disposal an ability and a capacity to help.