I mentioned earlier, Dr. Thomas was very direct and sometimes didn’t keep his board of directors and the Sam’s Foundation fully informed on what he wanted to do or what he was going to do. And this became increasingly evident over the years that there was a void in their mutual thinking to the point where the board and the Sam’s Foundation told Dr. Thomas that they thought it would be better if he would go to work elsewhere. And so at that point he said he didn’t wanna stay there or if he wasn’t wanted, so he resigned immediately. And then three months later, he was hired as the director of the Los Angeles Zoo, which was a good move for him. He did a good job for them and helped bring that zoo up to a higher level of excellence.