You expressed some disappointment in some of my comments. I'll share one with you. The so-called lottery ticket. Tell that to our pilots who were flying and pilots who were in hiring pools in 2005. The pilots who are holding lottery tickets were the 1800 or so who were furloughed from a company on the brink of liquidation prior to Parker knocking on the door. HP was hiring and growing, Airways was in critical condition. That's a fact, the who industry was aware of this in 2005, despite the attempts by some to rewrite history. I was there when we welcomed East pilots at a BBQ in Tempe, standing there and applauding after a speech by our guests. I also spent 8 days in a courtroom, listening to arrogance on the stand calling or pilots rookies. The same pilot group who helped build an airline and saw it's operating certificate retired with a perfect safety record. This coming from a group who had a legacy of disasters. The icing on the cake for me was having the Sully and Skiles dog and pony show come to town to influence a jury. The argument being East pilots are more experienced, older, wiser and West pilots rookies. The jury rejected those arguments. Quite frankly, I am sick of the lottery ticket, rookie pilot comments. I'll continue to exchange thoughts with you and jabs with Pi Brat, because I do have a certain level of respect for both of you. I'm disappointed with you for buying into that lottery ticket argument.