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Well you know it’s it’s let’s — those — are two different things we just talked about the money whatever that cost in terms of what it’s gonna pay for the compensation and GM’s doing this the right way. Both just in terms of what can be done now I have to live in the not so in terms of reputation only well they’re standing up — owning the problem. They’re erring on the side of cautions I keep saying in terms of the recalls and they’re gonna pay out compensation of the people impacted by this crash. Now that really is about the most you can expect from corporation Mary — is said all along we’re gonna try to own this problem. You can’t get in front of something like this because just the nature of really I think really you get the impression the organization — on this fact finding mission going to route looking — the cars and recalling everything that seems even slightly Dicey.
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