But, whether they are lazy or not, they still have to eat for however long they are lounging around the cash register or the mop bucket, or whatever. If we agree that they still have to eat, and we agree that food costs money, then we agree that the money has to come from somewhere, right? So it can come out of Wal-Mart's $17BB deep pockets, or it can come from ours, but it's coming from somewhere. That's really my main point. I have no desire to research how many people use Wal-Mart as a mere stepping stone to greatness, I'm just arguing that while they are there and Wal-Mart is paying them peanuts, someone has to make up the difference.