Avi Nelson - Elizabeth Warren and More On Racist Tweets
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Elizabeth Warren said yesterday she is “proud” of her Native American heritage and indicated she had no problem with Harvard Law School using her roots to claim her as a diversity hire, but her campaign still could not produce documents proving her lineage. Avi discusses this and her high income, as well as continuing on the topic of racism.
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And number two the program is not Nelson I do wanna mention speaking programming. That I will be filling in for Howie -- this week on Tuesday and Thursday. So. You don't have enough today. Having overstayed my welcome. Can be three to seven PR WRK -- -- on Tuesday and Thursday coming out and as of now. We still have many programs scheduled for next week. Hope to play Walsh going on things are always a little bit iffy on the weekends in terms scheduling excel. We shall see what were scheduled now for the regular Saturday next week. 8774694322. Is the phone number -- free. Text message code 6680. Rolling -- Jessie Nelson and wrko.com. And we've we've been talking in the first hour about racism first because of they are racist -- by probably a lot of high school kids more than than anybody else's -- vicious stuff. Having to do is the bruins' loss in the fact that the final goal for the Washington Capitals was scored by he black player. Then download that Obama has formed African Americans for Obama and by the way from 71 this a text message. Obama is stirring the pot to Riordan the -- referenced report Sharpton injections during the pioneers. He plays the gracious scarred he's done that a few times. Though the race car. And that is unfortunate for a somebody would present in the United States. Not just the black present any -- if he's the president of the United States on a and this is approaching his language and his policies on reflect that. Here clutch -- 8774694322. Roy you're next on the program good afternoon. -- on the idea to idea is -- -- ordinary civilians. Cope with all of the propaganda. Smothering us about this it. Pervasive racism -- the first one is that there are many people and very prominent people. Who deny that black people are capable of being racist. The other try this theory that somehow if you are minority. You can't do anything immoral right -- early import upon by society -- right. In fact one of the problems that we have currently is the civil rights division of the Department of Justice. Is there's a group of attorneys clear who refuse to enforce. The laws and a racially neutral manner. And one of them is Tom Perez who is the Department of Justice attorney who's been assigned to investigate. That trade -- -- Our homicides but and it didn't torture Zimmerman in Central Florida. Regime is shame guy in charge of investigating the black -- third incident. Nobody knows the law but he's part of the group that met you know I mean holder was involved in refusing to prosecute them that's. That's okay so that's that's one element and that do what I wanna explain about that. A concept about. That black people can't be racist is that. That means that black people are superior to whites because they're being -- being -- A this capability of being racist if being a racist is bad. So -- -- the black people are better than white people. Out isn't that what racism is all about. Had this now I understand that it's acute distortion of the argument but you're right that there are a bunch of people and some of them are liberal professors on. Academic campuses. Who really maintained that no matter what black people say or do they can't be racist. Right it's just absurd and you're right hi -- viewed it the other way I thought. That they were being very these people who hold that view being very paternalistic. To black people in in effect excusing them from enemy any moral responsibility isn't somehow there incapable of that they shouldn't be held to that standard so high interpreted. That view to be. Fundamentally racist because you viewed blacks as little inferior. Because it says while they can't they they can't be expected to have a more responsibility. The way whites can't. So everyone just the other way -- it right. Right in any case it's propaganda. -- the other point is that. Why is -- racism which is only one form. Of discrimination. Wonder prioritized. Over all the many other forms of dress that's pervasive. Discrimination. I mean within ethnic groups northern the northern Italians you know have you know didn't despite some under Italian. German Jews despite public -- I mean it's ridiculous why this race isn't the only form of discrimination. That is so out of control. Because it's profitable. Because I know because people can make a fortune on that look at Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson. And soon as you try to sharpen your people who will get you know a lot of following a lot of money a television program. And prominent mention those things work whereas if you come out and say northern Italian vs southern Italian it's Leon. And it's also political power they take using race. That sure of that drive. Okay Roy -- well taken thank you for calling 18774694322. Occasionally had a couple things on the table in which you don't really mean that. We can't continue with this but. But like -- challenged on it would make a passing comment -- tonight he's the annual white house correspondents'. Dinner going on in Washington. Black tie affair. Lots of celebrities. And politicians. Suits should -- attended by the president and the First Lady. Other senior government officials and members of the press corps -- the proceeds from dinner go to scholarships. But the the original mentioning is just call -- correspondence. It shoots the White House Correspondents' Association means to people who were covering the line hash. And I wanted to stake out the terrorists in territory here I think it is wrong. 44. Reporters people who -- columns people who are supposed to be covering the president. To go to these gala. And hobnobbing. With the president and other senior government officials home you know the -- -- called open their gowns and and the -- and Paul -- quashed open in their in their tuxedos. I think it's wrong. Because you you're supposed to be covering somebody who do analysis you have to do that at arm's length and it just becomes a lot more difficult. To be detached and sometimes critical. If the guy as your body. Nine don't tried to make it a policy not to get close to people who are in public life he just becomes more difficult you know they they've become friends. Not gonna say this cellular human beings are not the issue. The issue is you just becomes harder to be critical of somebody that you -- now. I was watching -- Fox News program today before I came into the studio. The woman who usually his there wasn't there because -- hear her remains. She has she's done in Washington about to attend the dish -- already working on and down. That's exactly the problem I don't think that correspondent. Oughta be it social events with big politicians. -- reminded of that. Can get a -- the closing words of of animal farm by George Orwell. Remember that there is this card game in the piece of the animals have short of elevated themselves in the and there are. They're playing a poker game with the humans. And I guess both sides played the nation's space which of course led to some sent to -- -- -- on the outside looking ahead. At that the game going on to I think the closing word I'm in forever look at it and years. He is that the animals look from the page to the people and back and forth. But already it was impossible to tell the difference. That's a danger here a little -- quite to that point. But you're rode the different sure road to separation that's not the way it's supposed to be if you think Richard Jolly but moving into high orbit. They do show but don't be a correspondent that's not your job -- job is not to be part. The you know the the tuxedo sent. The highly -- said that moves around and political circles during -- some of the extravagance is there. Now launch next they'll be in Las Vegas first couple of glasses of wine on the hot tub. Now anyway as I share passing comment. -- -- -- anybody will cancel their. That ticket to this one and the next one but I think it's inappropriate. One other thing I wanted to mention -- go back to the telephone lines and move them in before introducing other subjects. There was there was only had during their break. And I don't commercial hadn't had the line. Have a beautiful wife put an ugly how much from myself thinking -- of that than the reverse shot. Face 774694322. Well on your next on the program good afternoon. But after -- out experts talked to. Well you know the humiliation got to keep Pravda MSNBC. And probably a CNN happy -- -- -- it was important. So you've got to him out invitations to these type would get together so that they realize that did not an audience is actually. Still inviting him to because just because there. Well you know you're right of course there are some people for home video this hobnobbing is part of it then they don't. They're not really being detached sure objective there and they're happy to be supported. So you rod admits that goes with the the other George at least alleging that there objective and arms length. You know which won -- Maybe next week you can point out at least free and will will have to. Don't show we're back to the animal farm perspective right already was impossible to tell the difference from. You're right exactly I mean you can probably there and that's who they invited. But. The the racism thing. I mean apparently they've doesn't seem to remember that when white people drove through -- very they were summarily dragged out of their cars and beaten. I cannot tell you Sunday even today. How many how many people wondering -- people on a warm summer night would walks through. Then usher walked through human human drive through that you know if you if you can avoid the walk through. -- -- Or or rocks Spurrier or certain areas you Dorchester you know. It in this business so how it's all one sided that just isn't sure there's plenty of racism on the other side as well. Yes you know and you know unfortunately but I'll tell you one thing I do like to party. And this is in kind of a very cynical way. I love the fact. That Boston is considered the most -- great access city in the United States. Because it's the most Democrats say these things and -- that you know. With their wonderful roots. With Bull Connor. The kkk. He can't you know -- PP craps. When they were opposing not civil rights. You know history is so Escude. With these people rewriting it over the years. But the real big gets. Throughout that the centuries and throughout American history have been Democrats. She and they refused and historians. And people who really have a voice separate point that I'll put some weight so there are afraid to bring it up. OK point well taken thank you -- 877469432. -- the phone -- looked at that. Don't talk much from the conception -- And the fundamental level the argument in favor of affirmative action are always special programs. Please because. We want to redress the grievances of history. You're changing applies -- -- -- but casinos here and it's being given to the Indians why like the Indians had a rough go. So be won a regression and this isn't impossible task. First. To what date do you want to redress the grievances of history would dating gonna pick. Then pick you know she's 16118100. About 400. We all about the evils so we've done by the mongols. And the Holland's. And and they'll -- with the Romans did and the -- you could spend all future history. Trying to redress of grievances I can assure you the my ancestors had a rough go I'm owed something and somewhat. Just not exactly sure -- always mean what but I'm sure it's a lot. And you know we got a lot of candidates. The point is that there's a moral transgression here that takes place and that is you're sacrificing. The individuals who live now we did not perpetrate whatever immorality is bothering you. They didn't perpetrated in the fact that their fathers or grandfathers may have mislabeled -- -- may have killed in the end is not grounds for penalizing them. It just doesn't work that way your father being a horse thief does not mean that they hang you can they didn't get him. So if you're gonna talk about morality the best you can do is to say we're not gonna do this anymore. Not gonna have the discrimination. But that's now -- play. And the reason is that people are after your property that's why this talk of reparations. There's an overweight people -- -- away to get their hands and someone else's pocket. Even a story that. That's not really directly related as a manifestation of the look at the student loan to do right you probably heard that the interest on the loans. We're about to go up abomination going from campus to campus talk about auto he's opposed to really wants to keep it low. Romney agreed to another Republicans are on board. More this what does this mean it just means that the students want to get. -- better ride if someone else's expense. No interest is a manifestation. Of the time value of money. And if you're not paying -- somebody else's. For up to the students of course it should get the whole -- right but someone else paid for you -- me an education that's the problem. We are income locating these values. In two young people who are definitely doing it for a couple of generation you know adults of that who think somehow if they can figure out away. To get someone else's resource is into their pocket that's okay. If you have more votes than the other guy you can go to programming. Well speaking of minorities and -- shift a little bit here. They get under Manning and stuff not replacing structure and can talk about what do we brought up. Speaking of minorities I did not know. Heaven for fend it is true. Elizabeth Warren. Is a native American. She's young native American. That's just talk about a misnomer. There were people here before but they worry wasn't called America and then right then -- native Americans well have a whatever they are neighbors to lead to the continent but it wasn't America. There we called American Indian Taylor whatever you want callers she's dead or at least that's what she sensed. And -- She cited done. A friendly discussion -- people tried to find out whether this is true. And so far nobody's been able to ascertain any thing. Sure this may be -- clever ruse but Harvard University was using it. They were in fact this is this is -- the Harvard crude terms and road -- was quoting -- then law school spokesman. In in 1996. Article. And the -- road. Of the 71 current law school professors and assistant professors eleven are women five. Is Hispanic. Unquote. Get surely native American Rick wise -- and it was Elizabeth war. There's no national she's sort of a two for no wonder she gets paid a lot of money she gets paid what did you nearly 400000 dollars. For all you students concerned about how intuition but really made this comment about two about that to someone. Who shall now but that's weird but undergraduate professions don't get paid them much. Should tour were aboard monies fungible. Right so Harvard paid the law school professors less. They could save some money and turned to tuition I know it's not gonna save a lot just with her but it's a manifestation of -- problem. She filed in her report ditching her husband were earning. Well depending on which report -- close to a million or 700000 dollars what money. This is the one who's championing their machine was the intellectual foundation for the occupied movement. The 99%. Usually she clearly he's in the 1%. But anyway she's in addition to being a female she's also an American Indian. And there alone now there's some. There's some attempt to prove it we'll see whether it's true or not otherwise review infusion of fraud and what are they really should -- claim to being an American Indian. And there's something else smell. That came up and then is she got an interest free loan from harper. Twenty year interest free -- 1996 we don't know how much was because in the filing that she has to make. He -- -- they have to put down Rangers but not exact amount truce between fifteen and 50000 dollars 1505. Interest rates. You really have to polished as we have to pay bills you know we don't give -- -- -- you spent. There were no such thing as an interest free loan. Right interest is. The manifestation of the time value of money a dollar in your hand today. Is worth more than the promise of a dollar a year from now that's why there's interest it's an iron law of economics. Show when it -- interest free it just means. Elizabeth Warren isn't paying the interest somebody as. It must speak Harvard. And I would national interest in question. If Harvard is paying off the interest for -- that means they are giving her the gift of an additional. -- the interest on the loan. That's income to her and should be disclosed under -- returns and I wonder if there has been. Or whether the purveyor of higher taxes for everyone is even paying the taxes that she goes but the current level. Back on the other side of a very come on innocent. It's a Charleston. I've done nowadays. Tone was -- doing my noise pollution like OK welcome back. This is on the notion that -- Elizabeth Warren and I just -- net and one thing here about that and then couple coming back to the telephones. -- she's arguing -- higher protectionism among rendition from citizens shrewd tactician who could come in the Salem news. She points out that. She. Warren. He's in that category of people who calls for higher taxes but doesn't pay them beyond Massachusetts you can check off the box to pay at the higher rate. This this in the tall tree this year is after a referendum. That dropped the income tax rate from five point 85 to five point three that was -- 6040. But there's a bunch now that was implemented by citizens for limited taxation. Legislature well along with -- for those who want to pay the higher rate. You could check off the box and do it. -- just trivial percentage of people who do an illusion of war isn't one of them. To talk about hypocrisy do as I say and not as I do they're not happy unless they're forcing the rest of us to do -- yeah she really believes and she should pay our attention paid some. -- -- -- -- -- She made the comment that. She didn't make a charitable contribution to this -- this a law profession it's not charitable contribution charitable contributions -- deductible this is a paying a higher tax get the words right. Words are important. Lawyers and law profession you -- know the -- Should know that too. No initial and we we have one clip we we do want to play a clip. Biden is a never ending source of opportunity for those of us -- talk Chinese. Usually is the nation's joke. Here is his latest speaking about the president of the United States -- Not always the time. To heat and timeless advice from Teddy Roosevelt. Speak softly. And carry a big stick. And a quote. I promise you. The president has a big stick. I promise. President Obama understands. What governor Romney apparently doesn't. Comes from having a big stick young audience that the tutoring and in the audience. Provision twittering to. They guys they hear endearing you look at the clip bits on YouTube you'd think you're seeing him get where he -- said. Shift from an especially bad joke. Sudden boom Biden is a bad -- makes bad joke but no he's making. 8774694322. Frankel you're next on the program good afternoon. Hello -- Eudora banks. Yes I actually called then about something else but I do -- mention how well Elizabeth what more -- -- of the I live down McCabe Eric. But I'm thinking about doing -- -- walked into the woods -- in the coming often aren't. That way maybe get a being what it would have thought what they don't look good times aren't. Yeah let's try this try is that those few few you become wealthy just because you're American you want to talk to Elizabeth walked and she's. Knows you knows how to do it. He -- the end felt we can't. Yeah because you are making close to a million dollars and issue about making even more now when she claims Iranian connection. Exactly -- not I actually had a comment to make about like curable all the racism. I I have a couple home let them down McCabe but I also have a little played the New Bedford and and often tired I go there and end. -- that I happen to be helped way you're gonna permanently. -- -- permanent problem -- lot of people -- Portuguese descent. And I'm happy Portuguese with a whole bunch of other things to me but not in people. -- and -- People just did not. -- you know. No casino for you frank. All these ultimately. These people would not like the fact that I would then there. And I could not let people -- language what Dan talk about I mean with white people I'm a white -- with a soccer ball. The racism. And discrimination or whatever I've felt that army -- -- -- you know but I don't whine about it becoming a -- about it on your show. Know your point is well taken but I think you should go down and get some reparations own true. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Dan and I had a couple more drinks just because I -- -- didn't get -- And expressing to a casino. But you're right it doesn't go on all the time -- you're right most of the time most of this just you know we just go on and that's it. Haven't found one -- just survive. Did and they didn't take your billion doing more than than just look at your. Absolutely -- -- you have a great. We're gonna pray about it it's 774694322. Yeah -- occasion these kinds of things happen all the time. And there is that do that -- this that we have we identify with some elements of the people around us an illusion you know like -- He turned me -- the Red Sox made the Yankees. -- root for the Bruins and yet when it's in the Olympics that it becomes a whole country. There is that element but there are ways if one thing when it's just a matter here you root for it's quite another where it gets. A billion vicious and when people pass laws -- talk about creationism. This government enforced racism that's where affirmative action Litsch. You have to give people the preferred skin color preferential treatment they get all the time. They get the due to schools -- get you jobs they get get promotions. And that's legislative that's required. From 978. I don't think Obama has done many divergent that the race cannot be said many chances you reacted stupidly each time. Here and then as a reflection here would do well running didn't refer to was red -- typical white person yet she didn't mean that she was racist. And then nine -- and a bush has a wonderful white person has said that about his black grandmother -- the black leaders would feel I don't feel too good. And -- course in the halls of gracious. From 617 Elizabeth Warren chief nagging chicken. Something about her is that you know that does she really plays into and -- a nagging Harvard stereotype. She's in and in the end so. So okay. Michelle Obama's August 2010 vacation remember the one to Spain we have the rain in Spain. Where shall we do it will be coming up. Judicial watchers Republican Jewish group took a look at it cost the the trip crush a little under 500000 dollars -- 68000 dollars. The obamas paid some small amount of at the rest of this got put on the taxpayer and -- -- the only one right then they took the kid there and remember that trip to Mexico. I don't understand why the of people -- was -- lieutenants. We have the challenge to go on trips to Spain and Mexico paid for by the taxpayer. Show. This actually the story it's between ten trip but the story is so dated April 262012. George just. -- we have to get through a four year question for you information practiced it. He wouldn't. They wouldn't tell us what we were paying. And even -- the air force didn't didn't give all. Of the people they approach -- -- reasons they save us two years ago. They wouldn't say the people who were there but the New York Times. Said that mrs. Obama brought along one of her daughters to friendship and four of their daughters as well as a couple ways to a couple of events staff members. Suddenly the French presumed paid their own way that the course there's no Secret Service and -- trip from all the rest. If it's part of the mentality isn't. -- -- here 800000 dollars for the guys to go out and have a good time in Las Vegas the government employees. There's a mentality -- -- she'd be going. Begin to -- very corrupt administration Secret Service is now the fire prostitutes and Colombia and may be. And Salvador. Not good. It's 774694322. Is the phone number from 603. Politics is Hollywood for ugly people in the correspondents' dinner is there -- Oscars. -- way of putting it Dave you're -- actual program good afternoon. I do it I think. It was the first thing is just an aside yet here. The mother -- that Charlotte that we did very regarding the hockey player I I don't think. Knew we had adequate to. An adequate punishment Kyrgyzstan would be to get a lot did during some of this quality times say. You know -- Saturday night or Saturday afternoon. And how do -- -- -- and any other selections and our African American -- also intimidating him and that's really what's behind this. His -- recently and I'm too. They didn't could keep the -- until remain eloquent for the entire eight hours. The louder they go -- that you would jump off a bridge. Yeah I think that would be eight they got might be an adequate punishment and I mentioned that you mentioned a little -- and I think it's time it'll usually you're quite you're quite right loses. She really become the leg and I think she is she has mood in the category where we can take. Shannon O'Brien can help stop until. Martha Coakley and -- annoying blue is. As jobs put a lot of good. -- could not tell you that she's much like -- and -- and model that. That is certainly listening -- okay demeanor and what you outlook and this this will make you actually take all the bulk. I don't know that you are there they're Massachusetts as liberal as it is. There's not a movie they take your tie in to a arrogant liberal. Demeaning women it's. We shall see in November about -- right she's giving Scott Brown every chance. Daddy she's definitely just wait for a direction that they're make a comment that maybe you know Roman Catholics and orthodox Jews -- -- in emergency rooms. Let's measure calling. 8774694322. You know this does give me the opportunity mentioned earlier I can crush it. An article. In real clear politics. And day it quoted a fellow. Named Joseph Joseph came used to somebody who's Framingham Massachusetts and -- this. I'm undecided but I'm leaning towards -- around. He seems like a regular good guy seems like someone comes down to a feel or someone who if you're Salma at a bar you have retreat within him up. -- It goes on by the way his wife who couldn't care she gonna vote Democrat no matter what -- what struck me about the issues you notice what is influencing him. And what is so important in politics. Nothing to do with ward brown stands for or the issues. There should do that. King find brown likable he -- going to have a drink -- And that child. Politicians get elected and that's why we end up to a funeral era of hope and change and that's it. And ground is that way and by the way that's part of Romney's problem Romney is not around he doesn't drink is a matter of religion that. But Romney you don't think of going and having -- -- were never with Kerry either. So you know that's part of the difficulty in and -- the unfortunate aspect to politics. Could we really shouldn't be choosing late leaders on the base electability. So many questions we may not be a good body. May not be the kind of guy that -- you know you talked about the Little League game enjoy and have a beer with. Once somebody's going to be good as president of the United States. But. Barely a lot of people vote -- on another criteria. It's big no other criteria we're gonna have load. Coleman doing outrageous comment this make their -- somebody from EPA and the other side of per. Somebody -- the country. We may have to hold off on this side EPA story and -- won't -- until next week. Little bit longer and to be movement hang on show. Fairness to them will go get to this this story will keep. This is just -- you know EPA being brutal as usual. Let's go back to the telephone line date 774694322. Is the phone number. Bill you're next on the program good afternoon. -- -- -- -- -- -- Regarding. -- would warrant any any -- of any dialogue anybody on any information about why she only got balls for years there's six. In the -- got to six I've heard speculation that should suit very high earning years you've she's chosen to be out. I don't know why a you know that to actually -- turns your release was the passionate. There I you know to show that they both are pretty wealthy I don't know what the reasoning is they'll but I tell racially emotionally I'm not a fan of this. Requirement. -- -- by public pressure. That politicians released tax returns they didn't used to be that way and develop -- action by the again credit. Deval Patrick doesn't -- -- I should -- says is his business. You know the reality is bill. It's not because we think we're gonna find something really important. It's because we have this interest that we really want to know what everybody else is making right. If we -- -- -- you don't -- find a reason to compel our neighbor to release is to actually turns to us we would do that too hello. Is all felt sort of make sure that they attacked we don't talk. Now and then but that's until IRS function of the -- -- working on your port you know I don't I mean it really just found a region delicate we can find that. We'd like to snoop on them in other respects to redefine some real army to to find out what they do in the bedroom -- we come up with that too right. What what's interesting is the response from the candidates I think they don't look more global apologetic for a couple more humble background says no we worked hard to save money year. And you living the American dream unfortunate and were quick before we it's a different different servers. Yes it is and and there are very different attitude with regard to touch it. Because Anwar and seems to think that you know it's okay to raise taxes and then Scott Brown is on the other side even though they vote. Relatively affluent although -- -- more than her husband also put pressure I guess and Barbara. I have much more than in ashes today again they do it ranges maybe as much as fourteen million dollar. She's she's hardly in a position of being -- sort of the every -- even though she claims to have Indian roots. They -- related to read your original question I don't know the details on that and as I say I'm. I'm frankly a little uncomfortable at this. This blue requirement that we probe into the the private lives -- -- here thanks for college head incidentally. You know I think this discourages people from going into public life if they have to divulge everything then there won't do that. You're one Mora and Charlie are next on the program got about a minute. I -- I regret that he can't. I've got a solution that it stadium for the -- problem if they educate people and bleached what I saw and know almost -- -- -- chose. They tracing history of mankind back to prepare and they've followed -- were put through Asia through Europe and all of the rest of the world. Australia everything and they were able to pretty convincingly in a scientific way. Connect -- gene -- come back to Africa to the current people at a white yellow and black could just in shock. And if we -- Gadhafi threw -- and lord black. Let's try and all the world connected right then you're in the Bible says so there was out of ten -- all descendants who were all related. You think you'll help John. I am I thought they showing the back I'm familiar with guiding us on the same program it's interesting but I'm not sure that you didn't say much. But -- what their English -- going. Okay that's gonna do it out for us this this Saturday afternoon. But thanks store -- Or reducing the program and a reminder again that this week I will be filling in for Howie Carr on Tuesday and Thursday here at WR KL. So that's three to seven in the afternoon. And then if all goes well in the playoff schedule doesn't intervene in caution bouncing around. Who knew that we next Saturday afternoon we'll have to remember to do that story of the PA guy. Because if they're really shows the ugliness and hostility of this administration. Toward business. In the interim thank you again for being let us see you soon on Tuesday this is on the Dallas. A.