Yes, but collecting taxes reduces their competitive pricing advantage, which reduces their revenue and growth rate, which squeezes their less than 1% margins. State by state AMZN has been negotiating how to not pay or how to delay paying sales taxes. The upshot is that they eventually agree to pay and barter job creation and fulfillment centers built in that state. Their operations growth in fulfillment centers are more a negative effect of their corporate development legal team on steroids than it is because of e need to have fulfillment centers in 50 states. Instead of having a hub and spoke distribution model, they'll have a hub to more hubs model.