No, I don't. I've known people who look and live, as though they're printing money in the basement. Next thing you know, they're bankrupt. When I was a child, I'd see a flashy car, and think . . . 'oh, those people must have a lot of money.' Now, I think . . . 'oh, those people must have a lot of debt.' Some of the richest people I know, place little or no importance, on luxury. They've had money all their lives. It doesn't mean much, to them . . . you go iniside their homes, and it's old stuff, from generations back. Not all of it is that great, either. Still, they keep it. When they need money, though . . . they've got it, to spare.