Is anyone actually interested in my updated payroll spreadsheet to discuss or look at? I have included Kershaw and the years 2018, 2019, and 2020. Truthfully, if I am throwing pearls before swine, I would rather just a small discussion without a long diatribe that won't get read. There are some interesting things on it. There is an obvious trend. I think Kasten and Company's plan is pretty apparent when a longview is taken. Let me know.