Yes, it's the night where I am, although it's still light out this far north. That is Loch na Seilg, in Gaelic-speaking Scotland, in the United Kingdom, not surprisingly, and I'm a native Gaelic-speaker. I'm a Gaelic historian, actually, although you probably wouldn't believe me if I told you that personally. I became interested in Gaelic history when I found out that it was actually different to the washed-out charicature that is officially taught, and that we neither invented kilts nor wore them, and that the Scots founded the UK! Never taught that in school! Wake up. Thanks. Okay, I'll tell you about that later. To save you going to sleep again, how about you ask the questions?