I think there are going to be people who are going to seek the waivers. I think it's going to be difficult for them to get them, because the fact is that you have all kinds of Eyeliner Pencil Packaging below those chairmen who are sitting, waiting to be bumped up themselves. And that makes up the majority of the conference.    

And the conference meeting is weeks away. In the meantime, Republicans next in line for leadership posts are enjoying the attention from campaign donors, lobbyists and press.Audie Cornish, NPR News, the Capitol. What if there were a way to take the waste heat that spews from car tailpipes or power plant chimneys and turn it into electricity? Matt Scullin thinks there is, and he's formed a company to turn that idea into a reality.  

The key to Scullin's plans is something called thermoelectrics. "A thermoelectric is a material that turns heat into electricity," he says. Never heard of thermoelectrics? Don't feel bad. They tend to have rather esoteric uses. For example, NASA uses them to turn heat into electricity to. But NASA is using older technology. Scullin says there's a new class of thermoelectrics developed at Michigan State University made from  that can do a better job for less money.

We will comply. Prof. Williams, what do you - oh, Lorene, had you finished your thought? OK. Prof. Williams, how do you read President Obama's memoir? Or maybe you're ready to move on and tell us what your favorite memoir is, because that's how we were going to end up or asking each of you, what's your favorite memoir?