Apr 20, 2016|
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WWL’s Kristian Garic, Seth Dunlap and Jeff Palermo talks LSU baseball as the Tigers continue their campaign in the NCAA Baseball Regionals Saturday in Baton Rouge against the Southeastern University Lions with WWL callers.
WWL’s Kristian Garic, Seth Dunlap and Jeff Palermo talk LSU baseball as the Tigers continue their campaign in the NCAA Baseball Regionals Saturday in Baton Rouge against the Southeastern University Lions with WWL callers.
WWL’s Kristian Garic, Seth Dunlap talks LSU baseball as the Tigers continue their campaign in the NCAA Baseball Regionals Saturday in Baton Rouge against the Southeastern University Lions with WWL callers.
WWL’s Kristian Garic, Seth Dunlap talks LSU baseball as the Tigers continue their campaign in the NCAA Baseball Regionals Saturday in Baton Rouge against the Southeastern University Lions with WWL callers.
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You know what's going on you'll look back double coverage three hours down one hour ago development him hanging out what you hear in the main case. This is midnight madness that means anything goes will talk about whatever you wanna talk about. Rome. We get to Google phone calls your early on the presidential. Election process. There we've been discussing tonight the process of primary reason. You know whether an ounce amid mechanisms of control that received being employed currently has counted evaluating. Your votes will be her final word on that conversation. Want to update you on some tops changes that took place. Up teach you about the situation we talked about last week as a bit odd where. Tiger band director Roy king was placed on administrative evil he has now been fired. Why exactly in you know what's going on is not so clear it's may be got a little bit of Greece it's too little. Speculate on the net a bit and in got some rain and sports stories from around the sporting world. There were also like to get into now. Should be noted that during this last hour of the show. On because it's eleven to midnight in the in the afford to any Canada and that fifteen minutes and so reload anything goes on it's an open forum if you have questions about Star Wars. And Star Wars X wing. Home this force of weight gains as opposed to you know like the new hope the free cools verse in give any store silly question you certainly handled him and they give any baseball related questions well. I don't know I guess you may be cinema Tim's way but then again then you're kind of a try hard poser scene is now. Not only did you not watch the game on TV you're on the computer any thing. But you need to know the cubs' record. Automatic cubs went so much predict how many when they actually call you you can't even hold all these wins you have is that is every same bandwagon authority rule ha ha. Yeah are you. I forgot what's your claim to legitimacy for cubs fan them. Mean I've been on our members and they were which is a couple like two years ago. All the Turks. Add to their resent. I was thinking it may be like oh you know I'll watch himself as a kid. Two years ago jam him. To be fair I sort of watch when there are under average end back end and yeah yeah absolutely OK isn't it look at I think it's like you see a lot of the mass appeal. With the cavs led. Were they bad enough two years ago to qualify you as a non band wagon to and may be that should be left. Of to debate I'll go back to phone line you got Mack who wants to chime in on this presidential as a Mac what's up man. And a welcome. Yes it from a suspicions about these so called super delegates yeah I mean it's changed me. Well that monologue is it Q what was around that you very well it's like at all. And that's what she. I mean that's why Sunni Arabs from one hero where was the majority. Should be the he's the canticle I think you know being sold like. Well this or delegates read them like they were put into place originally as a mechanism of control because. Care member of atomic headed to 68. Bomb blew somewhere in that range where I guess the kind of ruling party dinner like who is elected so they came up with this idea of super delegates. And doubt it allows them to be known kind of I guess you need to a put their hands on the scales and influence in one way or another. Well that was actually in what's financial them some problems yeah yeah. You're Donald Trump talked about you know it talked about not going to travel Michael now won an animal and that's almost. What would routinely get an expectant and next thing you know the agony that. Stick and hand that very suspicious. Yeah I agree looking gives you if you're one of these super delegates. You are certain amount of fat free has absolutely your powerful because your vote is not be holding in two. The majority of votes not to hold your kids are. What are of super delegates can choose whichever way they wanna go regardless of what are. They could go yes absolutely. Another great point that I'm making yes I think raised employees that. They operate under their own volition meaning that yet Mac I think that makes you an excellent point I think it makes you. More susceptible to the influence of money and if you're talking about money. In politics and maybe that's where get tune and someone like Bernie Sanders it's one of the main reasons. Why he appeals to me is as easy on one's talking about campaign finance reform. Trying to do it some of the money out of politics. And you're overseen Citizens United Supreme Court decision twenty in the believe. No lab for the creation of these super pacs and money's free speech. Can look we concede is on the local level like it's become so insidious that it's no longer. Just nationally do you remember during the series in Louisiana last year now maybe two years ago I can remember. On the there's only negative ads here on YouTube video watched TV years negative ads beds everywhere. Well they need him being paid for by local interest c.'s world giant. National super pacs who don't really care about you review which could for the state they just won there party. In charge in and I think we even saw some of the money. In politics influence Darian this most recent special session where it was incredibly. Ordered. He noble taxes were continue to get levied on the backs of you know in middle class at the lower class the everyday citizens is incredibly hard to get businesses. To accept some of these tax hikes are you read of some these tax exemptions that's because they've vary. Powerful lobbying groups that are tied directly in these politicians and paying for an Indian authors like it make sense and again blaming the lobbyist not blaming the politicians to their operating under the rules. That are in place. My bigger problem is with the rules and I think it is rules need changed. Or they're going to change it where we're about it and upset by. It's gonna Marty in Arkansas Marty what's up. Joseph. You Marty there. Or go once twice. Marred the calls. But. And so. My bill at bottom line. Com I am frustrated. I guess you could say. By seeing how blatant some of the mechanisms of control that both sides of this election. Are currently engaging and whether it's him it'd GOP kind of just handed out delegates. To take crews or these super delegates almost to a man. A home standing with one candidate as opposed like I'm upset with the way that things are currently at the completely devalues. An individual's vote any time you have your papers like how can you tell some women who vote your vote matters win. The most important people people powers saying that their vote doesn't matter. Humble remained incredibly intriguing to me is if this leads to any sort of major change major change happens right. Now and sometimes you might be looking at where you live to a life where you don't see it. Look eventually. Things don't say the same there is a tipping point and it kind of feels like in this country. We are reaching. A tipping point. Like this quote from Elaine core Mac whose of the Brookings Institution. Says quote there are many different ways to organize a presidential nominating system. It almost all of them are more rational and orderly. In the hodgepodge of systems that voters experienced today and I do believe that to Beecher I believe that. This current primary system. Is overly complex it's overly gates and I believe that in and of itself is intentional and that in and of itself. Is a mechanism of control. On if you make it too complex and too boring where people are gonna wanna commit the time Purdue will end. You're going to have a smaller voter turnout more passionate voter turnout and so then you have a smaller group. You kind of had to gain your guns that if you appeal of that group that you're going to win the elections that per tooth game's first off. On. That smaller group is representative really of the country as a whole. And a big leads to more extreme candidates because they're trying to pander. To these smaller groups in my mind in this day and age. Where we lived it with you know the ease of use. But anything we do you resent legally. Top of the priority list I mean it is always go back to number where. The reason why current taxis are currently struggling. Is his too if you being honest over a million times easier to use sue an estate were addicted technology. On bird control buyer phone. Why should an eight elections why shouldn't it this process of deciding who's the president why should it be more street port. Why shouldn't it be less convoluted why shouldn't it be more. Inclusive brightening. What's wrong with having a weekend. Where you you know you we we go through all the debates in everything in the of the week in where you decide that nominees. And you just hand out delegates proportional. To the amount of the amount of popular vote they get in each particular stake. Like I I don't know if I see the problem with that why can't you vote if you do in team from your phone. You vote from your phone. Horry computer wise of them still held attitudes like yours it just overly didn't overly complex what I'm intrigued to see ago. Is if people. Are angry enough now to affect this kind of change I don't think so but depending on how this plays out will they get angry enough. To push that kind of team that's the million dollar question. To go back to phone lines wrap this up when Marty Marty what's up. I'm not one thing retreats. Certain. Pockets guns. Tim where collection and not like. Org got some delegates went to you know when Republicans aren't against the Democrats. I directly and I are counted Democrats. O state. It's like look at you know Maria there New York chief Warren own life in New York City. They're in one block but they're so popular and if you want it that way and that's the thing about. About her delegates. Why. 08. And haven't. Yet been their General Electric went on country. And I think what we needed in. Order that all of sudden it. There at Purdue they came from Louisiana Arkansas. And they stop what politics. And forget that on day and they date. Of Torre part. Of Washington has been one. Or any group report. He gaggle I don't know. You know they're they're rookies and and you know net. And that connects gutter gonna step for so long as well yes why. And you don't have. The right now I'm not do you know. And as a way I think we I mean. That's why I'm kind of in favor Marty's legs don't needing Gaiam. Like don't even have super delegates don't give these. You know worn out all what we're good shepherd delegates he got nineteen Iran she went out ordinary. It's so. Yeah I mean let's think about this as far as the super delegates go let's say all 719. Go one direction. Which it's going to look at a lot of them freedom Ben 95% mark going to do just that. On that 719. That's 30%. Of the choir delegates needed to get the nomination. Oh yeah and they're where. Well I believe. Heart they're going to be somebody out and as our party and gone not trump out. Is going well I'd say and that Hillary and I don't know why I think it's about 1968. Over you know when your wallet out there and knock Hoover Palm Pre out 68 metric can. And that sexy is that would let I think that it was sixty Marty that it does camera generally were a big lead to the creation. Of these super delegates are that they could avoid this is trees to get have. A bit more control Nolan got a problem with. More populous states have more delegates in that works. And yet make sense but my my my big question is why not just make it. Directly proportional you get 60% of the vote. You get 60%. Of the delegates in that state and and see who said they as a world you'll be releasing. Him play man. Students. Students. And because it overly complex nature it's. Open to manipulation. From the status quo. All right move talked out on all that talk on the election. And commit necks can update you on some changes to tops and what it could mean for you. Towels soon of teacher on the current status tiger ran director Roy Keegan digital sports stories as well. You're a double coverage WB 08 yen after him and Dhaka. Yo said bill. What meth. Don't coverage of real AM FM end. Dot com. Trumpet and Clinton taking home wins in New York. Now wanna move on all wanted to talk. To bring things back here a little local as. Are LE legislature continues. With their regular session and well some. Changes were approved today in tops Timmy now unfortunately. I didn't get to lay out the current state of tops. Like in the one teen couple shows last week in round two was still act that. You know how would be on her Edwards proposed plan. Against it is kind of old news in the light of wide the senate approved two days are today. Legislation was passed news and it. That would spread evenly what ever money is available for tops to the more than 50000. Students who qualify. Now. Why that is different and why that's interesting is because her currently. Under the tops Lawler program. Oh win Topps is not fully funded the full tuition is awarded predominantly on ECT scores. I mean you know the best they TT scores when you don't have the full money needed for tops. You're only going to cover the full scholarships of the best ATA CT scores in the current system. On that would only cover bouts and teen gals and students right and 50000 would be those that it got a 26 or higher. On there a CT we did tops we it would be funded under. The current system now citadel for seven which passed today means that instead of a few gaining every thing wal Leno the majority do nothing. Is is going to be a situation where everyone. Will get something. For instance is Monday if funding for Topps is at 50%. The in each of the 50000 people are going to get 50%. Of the scholarship paid 3030 setters that are. Also. Down there easy some language in this bill that glitzy one of these quote top all by students and also look campaign today. Other 50% of school or whatever it ends up being and they are for you can't attend college to keep your mayor based scholarship. On the you're not actually going to lose that Mary's college going to be hold on that tool time. In the program is funded so I guess at some nicely to try to protect people who will. The hurt by this these past 35 to Zia clue in the out there in the senate and now news to the house. On and look these Topps changes they're better than nothing. But when you combine it with the bill and other built the six party passed. It's a look like your pocket books or go in this or entered more Maury where. Another bill is in a preapproved. Locked in talks award at the level that they currently are in the upcoming school year. Meaning that generally. On you know Topps has raised in as tuition miseries of traditions to grand and you get to choose three and you get. Three grand on citadel once and for would stop that and lock us into place on this year's dollar value. Byrd tops awards mean that'd tuition continues to rise the scholarship amount from Topps would continue. Are achieving the scholarship mountaintop to remain the same review. Mean the difference on. Why does get to be warring is is already you're going to have to pay for whatever percentage of scholarship you know -- tuition. Tops is not covering and then it tuition goes up you're going to cover even less. Of that tuition and it's going to get passed on to the consumer. And why that's worrying. Is when you look at the rate that tuition has risen in this state recently. And it's pretty absurd man in this from exit or article from. Current rules sampling of dump my head a little. Treated out later make sure but since 2010. Cost of attendance in the wheezing and this is insane to him since 2010. The cost of a tin cup for your college in Louisiana has gone up by an average of 52%. The typical state average during that same time period is 13%. Would Bobby Jindal took office in 2008. Tuition made upper 39%. Of the revenue for four year institution so. Tuition account for 39% of the revenue that they're bringing and in being going to spin in 2015. That number jumped from 39 to 71%. Meaning that now. Tuitions responsible for 71%. Of the money. That Al she's going to need in in order to on. That much of an incredible amount to a few years when you look at the rise in tuition directly in and the directly coincides. With the decline. Of state eight. Aid in 2008. The state funded. 885. Million dollars worth of higher education. While tuition account of 4583. Million dollars that Spain in higher education in 2015. The amount that the state is putting into higher Ed has gone from 885 to 397 which on this surface is. Mindful to meet me crazy. Just massively in saying that it time when education should be more important than anything you're talking and over 50% divestment. In education but so did the same time he had that massive decline. Higher red. Waiting area dead higher Ed tuition calm the amount that he covers. Has gone up from 583. Million to one point 03. Billion dollars. I just talked about divestment. In terms of per student aid. Louisiana has cut 41%. Of their per student funding no other state in the country has even broke the 40% threshold. Yet we talk about how these we have too many colleges and their two mismanaged. And even though we're less committed to them. Almost any other state in the country how these colleges supposed to stay competitive. At all. Below the bottom line memoir maybe you should be in you know more upset about this is you personally is that this is a part of a larger trend going on throughout this country for the most part. Which is he like kind of privatization. Of colleges were funny and less on the government now. And more really on the shoulders of the common people or you know well the kind of donation that's a lot of these schools are trying to arise and to win that look. When the states in less money is school school still need their money and operate so worthy and find it they're gonna find intuition since they rise to raise tuition to offset that. Well then tops gets more and more and more expensive in the old senate intelligence like an out of petrol program that I just can't be protected it's too much or read the dredge. We gotta we we we got to figure out now you have tops. Who knows how much it actually ends up getting funded. But it appears like it's not going to cover the full cost of tuition so even if you have topped. He going to be paying additional money on top of it. On its just click to meet. I think the saddest part about this entire situation is that once again tops. Spending on higher read these are not the problems. It's just another program. That is currently lined up in the cross Ayers thinks you say structurally. Broken. System. And designs up perfectly with an article that I read today that already this year. Louisiana has paid out 152. Million dollars more. To corporations. That has collected in corporate income and franchise taxes yes that is a and it's it's that solid economics right there give away more money. Then you're bringing in. Let's go to the phone on get Jerry Metairie wanna talk about tops Gerri what's up man. A couple things I would attitude concentration and triple the agreement can be immune to it. I think well. I hit a problem. Probably can't talk eat and money into. Account the equipment to score the most. Why I think I did you guys. Are all I know but I think it's more though G area I would say it's more about. I mean I'm as far as I understand this is going to affect students who are currently on tops. So what they want to avoid is where they just yank the rug out from the majority of kids on tops because like it. With the money that they have currently. If they were going to fully fund scholarships could only get about 171000. Of the 50000 students who currently qualify. That and it could talk about just. Students who are presently in the program that's on page per cent and that's equitable and fair but it could talk about future I'll remember. It was developed and put on to begin with keep writing and best thing that we have here in Louisiana and that we. It's on the social program will work and everybody something it's because they participated. Who says kids graduate three point 83 point nine grade one which have been taken in nineteen or twenty under ATP. Doesn't exactly quake what should equate to. So that we used the eight PC or 2728. When he got hurt except on your culpable typical of most partly college it's in the 32 people ordinary CK which is acceptable. He didn't military academies or even that. We haven't tended to keep at best and brightest on here. And that's an ABBA and I'm look I'm not a hole in I don't disagree with you they're jeer about. Potentially raising the standards in as far as I understand that still on the table for future students but this bill that the senate passed. As Anderson like light like instead issue only affect. The students who were currently on tops that makes him to write it in high school. You know these are the benchmarks that you had to hit and you hit them they want to try to stop him for being too. Negatively affect. There that you second fortunate you were criticizing or observing that the corporate tax dollar and let picture than what lecture. Big second LP under because obviously I'm a lot ultimately you Lawrence I've experienced all sorts of social programs and all sorts of that politician. And to believe in tax structure is one way or the other. Which seems to work and a country that most. And it had a little eye reduction in the deficit and didn't need me. Major competent we give them tax breaks for a reason because they are hundreds if not thousands of. We have been that reaches tipping point Larry that every two point Jerry. Donald Trump is. So much. Probably don't trump might mean he'd make a good point because we have countries will not appear because they can't afford the tax court they go to he's the go to. Wait where are accurately argue that it will and a year ago I mean yeah you're seeing this. And it times you when offer more tax breaks in the at a time when the ease and automate there's more loud and papers just. And good Texas Tech companies do deserve tax breaks. The only yeah. The only out of yeah. I Oreo listened to me hold on. Tax breaks in and of themselves are not inherently bad. You have to try to drive in the move they need you have to try to create business attract business. But the problem is Jerry Della wheezing and has gotten so out of control. That they're not even serving their intended purpose. I can remember exactly what the organization was the one of these nonpartisan organization. Who studies tax codes and then ranks the states on the desirability. Of doing business there. Despite the fact. Until we have the wheezing and gives out incredible amounts of money very much in the red giving out way more money. In your receiving end corporate taxes despite their thank Jerry. We still ranked 31. As forest state that you wanna do business in. Because this situation is overly complex. There's over 400 something tax exemptions credits and breaks. When you're talking about running in business you wanna be able to make your life all or to Asia to hold on you wanna be able to ask yourself reliable. Clear decisions and you can't do that in this state right now because also when you look at the state of the budget who knows what laws are going to change. We need total reform in this state he needing much less in much less complicated tax code. And yes you can rid of all the breaks but you don't need over 400 of them. Please let ye ye have currently talking points amateur which one to keep him in common on first. Eight you're right it is complicated he failed war tackled more equitable tax form due that would be flat tax what you hear that good progress attract. More equitable I don't wanna get into you up progressive vs army Louisiana has a regressive tax system better really wanna get into that what I'm seeing is you just need to be simplified. Clear covering you make a statement until the last few months. I'm not sure what you what you got that right in my hobbies you ready your mail and I'll he did. You actually you know you leave so much of the argument you know. It makes it. Okay what I leave out then if Louisiana's are regressive taxes to where the top brackets are bigger pain 6% of their income in the bottom brackets are paying eight to ten. So why I'm Iran. Which we got the so because the top tight market picture could take a lot more. Yep they have a lot more of the money Gerri I hate these arguments it's not how it works. Look if you account for 90% of the money being paid in taxes because you have 90% of the money right. Aren't you received at night and no one. Can you. Talk he'd talk those numbers. Which are quick. It would. And it's my old appear eager here. Obviously you're under forty years oh you brought it and it went in this election McConnell these and it would. We would remove a social life and good in the country would reachable with a year. Ludwick switched back what we now even more. Well actually go to that young people don't understand government. The tax structure. Way to gates and Jerry first off it's gotten more yielding only you are accusing me of making. Crazy points when you just said no Tim I don't wanna go to break I don't care I don't I know will mobile do short we have to. You just accused me he a making crazy points and and you save birdies elected there's gonna be a revolution dings or they'd go back to any of. We're in eight years. Like all right let's each other to the same standard. Look all I'm saying is if you have more money like if you let's say you. This this top bracket you're seeing pays more money is because they have more money so of course they're going to pay more money like what are you talking about. So why would it tribal. Just academic more money why it. Why don't they. I can it be based on percentages. Oh. Wait a flat tax so so what about the person who makes ten dollars each pay one dollar while the person makes a hundred dollar shipping one dollar or you. So what track is not 101 dollars so can only get get realistic. I my okay on the now Jerry I'm done realistic you call for realistic in the examples. And yet you talk about won't hurt he's elected there's going to be a revolution and eight years we're gonna go back to the way. That beings were no I'm using numbers because it simple don't over complicate it. Don't over complicate I'm just lane and and got a can be got kind of tired of year RB got a good break. Coming up next your double coverage I can't force him to the five system is gonna have a Scotch after work you are absolutely correct my friend. Double coverage under a BL AM FM and dot com. Go to bill welcome back double coverage of the WTO in Memphis. Dot com. Again and tell fired up there I had to apologize to Jerry. Because I normally. I am may be a fan of seeing on the issue that we welcome disagreements and we welcome dissent and we did we really don't know he probably did tell. And by listening to our last segment. So I apologize sex if you disagree would someone. There's better ways to handle yourself is being getting into shouting match trying to talk over each other which. Am I devolved into so Gerri thank you for the call thank you for the viewpoint and opinion. Pom but I do disagree with the talk Mehdi flat percentage tax that's something that MO NT. When you're talking about taxes they don't like really talking about them in terms of flat dollar a melts. Because like I said I do think that that muddies the waters a little bit. A lot of people say always eight of the top 1% also pays the vast majority of taxes because they have the vast majority of the money from which to a those taxes when I look at Louisiana system and I think it's maybe the income tax specifically to aggressive. Com where the top bracket game 6%. As opposed to like is that the lowest brackets plane campaign about 10%. Of their income on I don't know how that's really that defensible now maybe you'd outside of Vegas on target for would be the fact that you may retain more. Overall dollars but when you look at that spread to your talking to one news or he has a lower quality of life. A little less financial wiggle room. And to ask them to pay high percentage. Towards their taxes and walls you know maybe people have more getting open lesson presented IE. Personally think it's wrong and instinct thing that speaks to a bigger problem going on. In this country what everyone has to pay the tax rate it's a moral responsibility that's why you're seeing. Governments in this is across the world get in trouble right now thinks of these Panama papers and mall sack on second and all of the tax invasion there and in the semi we've avoided Tom I'm not gonna get into here because it's a large. So trying to wrap my head around here just a quick number for you. Top fifty companies that do business incorporation here in the US last year at these companies are making incredible amounts of money. Anomaly avoided over a trillion dollars in taxes. Thanks to these tax statements. But it's it's our moral responsibility and more and more in this country. The top and not even individuals you know talking about organizations. Corporations even though there are certainly some individuals involved. But the top seemed to be paying. Less and less than it did even more awkward when you have companies like. You know kind of like Wal-Mart here maybe playing there for what it Burnett's Iowa did that is enemy be pigeonholed in different line that you and let my comments stand. As they are it's gonna Mike on the North Shore Mike what's up man. And it rates you know I'd jointly. Value. Or. Soccer nation. Should put. Yeah that's it and that should ciller wheel house still in the wrong my good sometimes you know we would like to stricter warnings. I kicked it back or. Just. You know. All the good. Why people out there ought. To two point. Nine. And try. I'd actually never knew that he was only sacked nine times seeing that they did. I mean. I could get back to basic. Outfit to apply. And you can doing now. Yeah. So now now what's interesting about them Mike is they've kind of gone back to a little bit right. When you look at them giving rated Jimmy Graham for Max Unger. They spin their first round pick on injures Pete last year leg there's been some seeds zone that we'll see big continues in this trap and. Like more ground and I are due out. I'd like to see them go out there that's why. It is. Bad and go after. I take great topic. Could be okay like we talked to Charlie Kimball of Walter. Walter football dot com and very respected dressed in a list. He calmed the said that his seems kind of his dark horse pick is who's a jackpot con. Limit what's his name Timmy go O lineman Jack Conklin. From high ceiling would you be OK I guess as matters name Mike would you be OK would then take you know lime in the first round. Oh but. I. You are. Going to cut it out in a Smart ballplayer. You don't get. It gets you. Keep that picked up public. Interject. That make you. So that's my big. Yeah well they want a little. Well hold on now Mike we got to go to break here and then because I got long Nguyen did we're going to be. We're going to be at a time. But dig you very much of the call on me how I'm envisioning a situation where they pull a Ditka. And getting giving all your picks wages draft a linemen with every single pick in the draft. Tim also said that he that he sacked twenty times in 2009 Mike your point still stands twenty is a low number and it's the lowest of his career. Is double coverage here on the Nabil AM after him and doc now. You know it's gone oh imaginable coverage revenues showed national holidays for to morrow. It's four to any man ironically enough her appropriately it's actually also national cheese Fries. Look get rid of great night Gil the best and we'll see you tomorrow call for a.