We've all been watching all of the unbelievable coverage, how deep, how big on the hurricane now over the years I've been watching newscasters. I see a lot of dishonesty. I see it in so many different ways, whether it's political or financial, tremendous dishonesty. But really what they want to get is ratings. Over the last couple of years, we were going to have snowstorms that we're going to destroy New York and in some cases, they came and they were pretty big, but nothing really catastrophic. And then of course, we had the big snowstorm that never even existed, had never even hit. Everybody woke up the next morning and they said what happened. So I really think we have to be prepared for the hurricane and you have to really give it thought and you have to be in a safe place and all of that stuff. But you watch, it won't be nearly as bad as you think. The newscasters are having a ball. They want eyeballs, if they want viewers, they want people to watch, they make it sound catastrophic. Let's see how catastrophic it is. I'm in New York, I know we're gonna have a lot of rain, we're gonna have some wind, but let's see if it's really that bad. It very rarely is, but be prepared in Libya, everyone's looking for Qaddafi, but I say look at all the dead bodies all over the street. I was watching the news last night bodies littering the street now we did this for humanitarian purposes, okay? So we're bombing and bombing and bombing. The rebels didn't win this war. We won the war, meaning NATO, which is mostly the United States. We just keep bombing every time. There's a problem. We bomb the hell out of them and then the rebels get the credit. Why aren't we getting repaid? Why aren't we taking oil? Why aren't we doing what we should be doing from a common-sense standpoint? We bomb the hell out of Qaddafi's people. The rebels practically walk in because there's nothing left. And then they're gonna say, oh, we won our war, we won the war, they didn't win it. NATO won it, meaning the United States want it, if you call it a win. But I don't call it a win. We should take the oil, at least we should reimburse ourselves as a country for the billions of dollars that we spent to make it possible for the so-called rebels, nice glamorous term to take over Libya. So we ought to get smart. We're a debtor nation. We're broke -- we don't have money and we're spending billions of dollars for rebels, okay? Rebels, probably from Iran, if you want to know the real truth. So we got to get smart. We're going to run this country, right? We're not gonna have a lot of other chances and while we're at it, we got to get at least paid back. Now I'd go further than that. I'd say we should get 50% of their oil period, but at least we got to get paid back.