Derek Jeter just got 3,000 hits, a great feat, a fantastic guy. I like Derek for a lot of reasons. One of them is he happens to live in one of my buildings and he's a prime prime guy, great. But the young man, who is also, I mean, just a wonderful young guy, he's like 22 years old, he caught the ball and that ball has great value. He decided to hand it over to Derek and he got wonderful publicity. The fact is at the end of a little period of time, like two weeks when he realizes what he did, he's going to say why did they do this when he has to get up at 6 o'clock in the morning to go to work when he needs Money to take care of his family or his future family, he's gonna be saying, I can't believe I did it. He could have gotten a million dollars for that ball. Whether was four hundred thousand that I read or five hundred thousand, I say a million. Somebody would have paid it, maybe Derek would have paid it. This guy is a wonderful guy. He's getting tremendous publicity. But mark, my words in two weeks, he's going to say, hey, what did I do now? There's one caveat, maybe the Yankees will see this incredible act of generosity or maybe even Derek and give the guy something substantial for himself. That would be the perfect ending. He would have done a wonderful thing and would have gotten paid for it. But if that doesn't happen, I'm telling you he made a mistake. The fact is of the Republicans don't blow it, they can overturn many of the mistakes that have been made over the last two years. And beyond that Obama care so many different things. You must include Obamacare in the negotiations, the Republicans have all of the cars, but if you remember not so long ago during the lame-duck session in December, the Republicans had two cards and they blew it and Obama came back stronger than ever before. So if the Republicans are smart and there's a question as to whether or not they fully understand what's going on, if the Republic are smart, they can use the debt-ceiling to bring this country back and bring it back fast. They must be smart. They must be tough. And they cannot break if they break and there's a real possibility they will. We're gonna be right back to the same old stuff. Recently, I bought a great vineyard and winery in Charlottesville, Virginia, which is absolutely one of the most beautiful places and a very progressive state with a fantastic governor. Okay? So what did I do? I went to auction and bought something that probably cost about a hundred and fifty million to build. I bought it for six point, two million dollars, would I have paid more? Absolutely. But I watched this, I studied it, I had certain advantages over other people. I got it for six point, two million dollars, I got it for a bargain. The point in bringing this is that the Wall Street Journal wrote a front-page story about it last week. It became a front-page story. Everybody said what a great deal. I don't think about it as a good deal or a bad deal. I think about it this way. This is what the country should be doing. This is the way we should be negotiating our trade pacts. This is the kind of thinking we need, not because it's my deal, we have to start making good deals or we're going to be a very, very poor country very, very soon. We're already a debtor nation, but we're going to be a very poor debtor nation. We need the proper.