The Commissioner of the IRS graced us with his presence today, as I mentioned. Very charismatic, he was pleasant to listen to even though he didn't really impart any new information. I actually do admire him - he has accomplished more positive things than any of the other commissioners we've had since I started work there. He deserves canonization for kicking the technological infrastructure into the nineteenth century, if nothing else. That he continued to drag us forward into the 20th and may yet succeed in goading us into the 21st before he's history in November is even more miraculous.