Ok, for you and everyone that's reading this, I don't have time for anything else other than to send out this warning message. Gas prices are back up to nearly $2 a gallon on the wholesale market, so that means that at stations we're seeing the normal price of $2.39 a gallon at locally, they'll be up to $2.54 to $2.69 before long, such as within days to a week or so. I was right back in October until January when I said oil would probably bottom in the first half of the year, as it did. I also said we'd go up in price and it did. I also said oil would bottom at about $36 to $44 a barrel and that gas would go back up off the lows by at least 15 to 40 cents a gallon or more. It did all of that as well. I said we'd go down in price again, and even though it hasn't happened just yet, we still have a good chance that it will, before they really start to move prices back up to $2.79 to $2.99 a gallon throughout the country. Some places will hit those highs sooner than the rest of us.