Steve, could you expand on what you mean by "since police have not extended policing in this manner"? Watching the morning news here, I just saw an RCMP spokesperson talk about the drug impaired driving charges here since legalization. She said 14 people total, province wide, since legalization, have been suspected of driving high, and they are waiting for toxicology results before they can charge anyone. Pretty low numbers compared to alcohol DUIs. Steve, why is it socially acceptable to drink booze at a hockey or football game, get all rowdy, but people demonstrating some very low key civil disobedience, that harms nobody, at 4/20 bothers you so much?