Colonel, you are so right. I've worked a great deal in the poorest third world countries, and two facts have stayed with me. First there is no such thing as a right. Everything we can do is a privilege, bought and payed for by the blood of our ancestors. And naked toddlers on the street eating what they can pick up in the dust tells me there is no such thing as a necessity. Everything we have or eat is a luxury. I just hope that too many of us don't find that out the hard way.