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Thanks for joining us for our on the clock web extras this week. State officials are projecting that New Mexico will lose about 2,000 jobs in the coming months due to falling oil prices. Merit is there anything the state can do to address this and it wasn't this predictable like about four months ago. A lot of people poo-pooed this, like oil prices will come back up, we won't lose that many jobs. Two thousand sounds like a lot to me. What do you make of this? We're in a kind of a global fight right now over prices and we have the OPEC nations, very much do not want us becoming energy self-reliant. So yeah, we the oil and gas producing states are going to continue to see ebbs and flows and waning and waxing until we have a more stable energy policy. Go Philly to make this 2,000 jobs ouch. And Kevin from San Juan County, which is oil and gas industry, I think a lot of people don't understand the difference between the two areas of crude and natural gas, right? The crude oil which is not big up in the four corners but more natural gas has an effect on the jobs and capping and that type of thing, but not as much as maybe some place like Texas and some of these areas back down in Hobbs and in those areas where they're doing a lot of crude oil where you've got the price down so low the market will adjust itself somewhere the question is where and how long. But yes, it does affect you, but meanwhile, Eric to 15, it's not bad for the consumer. I mean people loving its economic development energy strategy, we can keep clean to these old industries...