One last tidbit to consider in the case of CHAD HOOD and the deer that was hit by a car and ended up in his front yard. Speaker1: There is a little. Speaker2: Bit of a wrinkle to the story. The deer was out front and I needed to move it in the back by my driveway and I got it in the wheelbarrow and it was going along the street there. And one of my neighbors a few doors down happens to drive by. This is like at 10:00 at night. I got a headlamp on looking very suspicious. She drives by and I didn't think much of it. And a week later I ran into her and I said, Hey, just so you know, I had a little incident with this deer. And she's like, Oh, thank goodness I hadn't seen your wife in a few days. And I was starting to get real worried. I guess I got the look to me, but that was pretty funny. And she was relieved to know that my wife was safe and sound. Speaker1: To expand on that a little bit. So she saw you with the wheelbarrow and a dead body inside a carcass? Yes. Speaker2: She saw me walking down the street with the wheelbarrow, with the deer inside. But it was so quick she couldn't tell what she saw, but she knew something was very off in the situation. Funny thing was, is that maybe if she suspected foul play, she seemed to just be a good neighbor and kind of mind her own business, which I thought was also a little funny, I don't think it would. Speaker1: Have been over the top if she suspected that to have called 911. Speaker2: No, no. That's my neighborhood for you. We just stay out of each other's business. Speaker1: To a fault. Speaker2: Perhaps. To a fault.