I think most were of the opinion that the remaining 33 percent was to be purchased. I also think it has been a top priority through 2011 and 2012, so when are turned upside down priorities of Pacific Ethanol is surprising.
My assumption was also that the last 33 percent was purchased, and if it were not so, it would be natural to believe in something with corn oil extraction, which could increase earnings, or other investments such EdeniQ's "cellunator" and something with bolt-on technology, which could also improve the bottom line ...
So I'm surprised I have to say, and can easily forgive Kelly.
That you then had lured the context, I think that's nice :)