We were paying $3,500 per container in 2020, and then by September, October of last year, we were paying upwards of $20,000 -- $25,000. Yeah, it's outrageous. Outrageous. As you know, one of the big reasons why prices are going up is the cost of shipping things across the Pacific, in particular. There's only 9 shipping companies -- nine -- n-i-n-e major ocean line shipping companies who ship from Asia to the United States. These companies have raised their prices by as much as a thousand percent. How much have your costs gone up? By a hundred million dollars. We're not a huge company, but that hundred million dollars increase that they passed on to us is -- , you know, more than our entire profit. They are depending on us to be able to deliver those products from my farms to their countries. Absolutely. And if we don't fix this problem, we will lose our customers. We've got to change this. I asked the Congress to pass a piece of legislation to remedy this. Democrats and Republicans voted for it. It's over in the House of Representatives. I expect it to be voted on fairly shortly, and I expect it to pass, and I'm looking forward to signing it, because we've got to bring down prices. The underlying elements of our economy are incredibly strong, stronger than any other nation in the world. But inflation is a problem. This won't solve it all, but it'll solve a big piece of it.