I had a Foundation that was willing to provide financially for the major needs of the zoo. I had a very supportive board of directors and it was run by a zoological society, not by a city. So I didn’t have to put up with the city bureaucracy. And as long as I could keep my board happy, they would be supportive of me. So yeah, I had in the back of my mind to be a director, but I didn’t think I’d be in Brownsville and that I’d be the director there for 36 years. Now we were talking about Ohio.