Excuse me, Mr. Blackburn.
We're into some delicate territory here as to evidence. There's evidence that's direct evidence; there's indirect evidence, and then there's hearsay. If you're going to cite, make reference to something, it would be helpful if you could cite it so that we're relying on evidence as opposed to what might be something somebody said about something. That would be helpful in terms of the committee's deliberations.
I say that to all of the witnesses for the purposes of trying to stay within the parameters of evidence as opposed to what others say about something else.
I'll let you go forward, and certainly we're not going to penalize you in terms of time, and I appreciate your presentation.