I read in today's WSJ that the Avian flu has emerged in Asia. Earlier this year, I was part of a planning committee on our local response to the bird flu. The committee was comprised of people in the emergency management office, public health department, and first responders. We learned that according to the CDC, the only way to limit the casualties due to a flu pandemic was through social distancing. That is a fancy way of saying stay home for six to eight weeks. Could you do this? At first glance it would seem easy for someone who has a stockpile. But, when DW and I discussed not being able to leave the house for any reason, it became clear there are many things that could cause trouble. I think food would be the easiest thing. What challenges do you foresee in this?