Please, consider the following. If you're like me, you want the U.S. to be a bit better. And for that, we have to bills, and I'm not either one of them. I mean, I'm a Bill, I'm not an infrastructure bill. You've heard about that. The House of Representatives passed it recently. That's for our roads, our power lines, our water pipes to upgrade them, and improvement so that we can have a better infrastructure. Next would be for addressing climate change, for providing people the means to weatherize their houses and make them more resilient to climate change, and establish a civilian climate corps. This would be something for people of all ages to get good union jobs here in the United States so that we can, working together, Build Back Better. Bill, you're using my lines here. I really am a believer in this. You know, I am old enough to remember when the U.S. was the leader in innovation. That's what we're driving at Bill. Driving. Yes, we love driving. Yes we do. And electric cars are the future. They're clean, efficient. They're quiet. We're going to build 500.000 charging stations, and we want to electrify our ground transportation so we don't have this carbon in the atmosphere. I say all the time, Article 1, Section 8, Clause 8: the progress of science and useful arts. It's in the Constitution. Come on, everybody. What's not to love? We're just trying to change the world here, people. We're going to change the world. Infrastructure is cool. Isn't that what we do nowadays?