Why would WAG even deserve a PE of 45. Lets disect it. At current interest rates and WAG growth it is already deserving of 35 to 40, depending on how you crunch it. If for some goofy reason the FED were to lower interest rates, which some loyal analyst still feel that in the light of everything, we are still about 1 point too high. If this were to happen, WAG instantly goes to a PE of 45 or more. My favorite part is, No Long Term Debt, which gives us great shareholder equity. Also, sales are up 14% for the second quarter. Just go to walgreens.com/hm.html and crunch the numbers. In the third quarter, lets say they got $400,000,000 for the sale of the Long Term Care, $40,000,000 X 10 yrs. Could be high, could be low, who knows. That 400 mil would give them about 33% of month of sales, probably boosting their third quarter up to 25% over third quarter 97. Someone out there knows how much they are getting, come on, leak it. Last but not least, Domestic Sales. No Asian Flu to contend with. Oh I also get all my scripts filled there.