Car secured on the truck bed, we jump into the cab for the ride to the car dealer. We get to talking with the mechanic who is driving. He and his wife worked until they got laid off last year at the Corning factory. He made the glass faces of computer and television monitor screens. “Fair chance that every time you look at a television or computer,” he tells us, “you’re looking at my work. Know what I mean?” That’s a lot of screens. What are the chances.