GLENN: Well, we have been. I mean, Ritchie, maybe that's why you are listening to this program because we have been taking that. We're bound by a contract written by Chris Dodd that said these contracts are valid. Chris Dodd wrote it and then when the bonuses start coming out, Chris Dodd is the first one to stand up and say, hey, hey, hey, hey, wait a minute now. I mean, we're bound by our contract and the contracts that the company signed. Why is this you let businesses fail and go into either Chapter 7 and never open their doors again and everybody loses, or go into Chapter 11. This is what Chapter 11 is for. It is for -- we can't meet all of these obligations, and we got into these contracts that don't work for us anymore because the dynamics have changed. So we can't afford it. That's what Chapter 11 is for! And yet Washington doesn't want to do that. So now they have to just make up laws and make up things as they go along. This go going to kill business. It's going to -- you can't survive with people like Barney Frank who I would like to know what is -- Stu, could you do me a favor? Look up Barney Frank's qualifications. What did he do before "Eat doughnuts"?
STU: I can look that up, right above doughnuts on the resume.
GLENN: Yeah, would you look it up? Do a quick search on Barney Frank's resume. What has he done? Who is this guy? Did he run a company, did he do -- did he do anything with his life? I feel bad making fun of Barney Frank's weight because I mean, have you seen me?
STU: There's no need to. He's got so many other things to make fun of, but yes, I understand.
GLENN: Gee, I don't even know what you're talking about. Hey, Dan, did you have an update on Barney Frank's lower teeth?
DAN: I do not, Glenn, and we are still looking. I have not found any evidence that they exist.
GLENN: They very well might, I don't know.
DAN: And for that, we don't have any evidence that the top teeth exist, either. We're still looking.
GLENN: Do me a favor, all of the producers. Look at the TV real quick and see the guy -- well, you missed it. See the guy who is going to go home and look at his TiVo and he's going to go, oh, boy, he had a huge spot on his shirt, looked like -- and he was a big heavy man and it looked like he had eaten something and it spilled all over his shirt and then right before he went on, he was like, holy cow, let me get that off my shirt. Didn't look good. Anyway, Stu, do you have it?
STU: It appears that he's been pretty much a politician his whole life. He, you know, I believe went to Harvard law.
GLENN: Oh, so he was an attorney.
STU: But outside of that, I mean, he's been pretty much in and out of politics.
GLENN: He's the guy to fix -- no, seriously he's the -- he's the guy to fix business then.