There's been a great amount of comment that at least Gaddafi a piece of land at an estate I own up in New York, in Westchester County, Bedford to be exact. And it's a great piece of property. He wanted to be there. He was turned down by others. And I leased it to him and then wouldn't let him use it. The fact is he paid a tremendous amount of money and what nobody really has focused on, even though a lot of the comment was very positive. They liked the fact that as they said, I took advantage of this guy. I didn't really take advantage. I just rented him something and he didn't get to use it. And I didn't make it very easy on him because I'm not a big fan of Gaddafi. The fact is I took the money and gave it to charity because I feel that when you're dealing with somebody like that, you have two things you can do. Don't deal with them, which is fine or deal with them. Take money from them, take advantage of them. And give the money to charity now I'm sort of good at that stuff. I'd like to be good at that stuff for this country. But the biggest part of it was I took a lot of money and I gave that money to charity as opposed to just saying you can't have -- I'm not gonna leash you the land, I don't want your money, I like taking people's money and then giving It to charity if they're bad people and even of the good people and you take the money you give it to charity charity is a wonderful thing.