Lots of people were asking questions about Japan and also about Obama and what he's doing in terms of Japan. First of all, he was playing golf. I love golf, I own many golf courses. They're great courses. I'm actually a good golfer. I want a lot of Club Championships, so I know more about golf than Obama knows, but you can't be playing golf when Japan is burning and crashing, you just can't do it. You have to be on the phone. You have to be talking to these people. You can't be standing on a golf course hitting a golf ball with all of the problems that Japan is going through. It's wrong, it sends a bad signal, it's horrible now as far as su pan is concerned, look, they've ripped us off for years. They've been a trading partner, but I don't call it a partner because they've made money. We haven't -- they've had tremendous surplus against the United States, meaning they've made a lot of profit over the years selling all their cars to us. And by the way, if we go to them, it's not so easy. Somebody told me this morning that we only do three percent with them. I guarantee they do a hell of a lot with us. So it's very unfair what they've been doing to us over the years. But I don't blame you pan. I blame our leadership. We've had very, very foolish or probably the more correct word is stupid leadership and it's never been worse than it is now. Now here's the deal on a humanitarian standpoint. We really have to help Japan despite everything that's happened despite the fact that they have taken advantage of our very inexperienced foolish or as I said, stupid leaders. The fact is we have to help them. They really need help. It's a country in turmoil, it's a country that hasn't been doing very well lately. Last 10 years has been almost stagnant. They really do need help. We have to help them through this problem. Lots of people are tweeting about the outsourcing of jobs. If you have an American Express card or let's say a credit card, let's not just blame American Express, although I believe they are one of the culprits. But you call in, you're going to get somebody from in, yeah, to tell you what's going on with your card. Your balance your problems, why can't we do this? The outsourcing of jobs is a total disaster and in my opinion which attacks the outsourcing of jobs because if we tax them, two things are gonna happen. Number one, if they want to stay, that's great. We'll make money and number two, a lot of times they won't want to stay and they'll actually use our people, wouldn't that be nice and we'll increase employment in the United States. So I would tax the accessing of jobs. I'm not really against it. If you have to do it, you have to do it, that's fine. You pay for it tax, the absolute sea of jobs. Now what's going to happen again, we're gonna create a lot of jobs in this country because a lot of these companies and some of them are great companies and very smart companies. They're not gonna want to pay the tax. I would do that in a heartbeat. Many people are asking me and tweeting about my secrets to success. So just in a nutshell, it's a long subject. I talk for hours about success and what it takes, but you've got to do something you love. You have to pick something, don't listen to your parents if they want you to do this or that you have to stay with what you love. If you love something, even if it's not going to be ultimately as good as maybe another type of job you've got to stay with it, you got to do something you love because it's gonna make your life a lot better. Number two, never ever quit, never ever give up. Now you're doing something you love, it's a lot easier than ever to quit because you love doing and the other they get great knowledge, really work hard, understand your subject and that also boils down to loving what you do so work hard, never ever quit do something. You love you're gonna be successful.