The only angle is that they are not concentrating on what it takes to run a successful business and are instead coming up with ridiculous, waste of time strategies to block Kellogg from doing something. What that is, I don't know. I do know that this is turning into a disaster with the same smoke and mirrors approach. It's getting old and the market is tired of the games. The stock will be $6 soon, When are we going to hear something on how costs will be controlled? Who cares what the book value of the company is if you can't control costs?