But in terms of what we should’ve aimed for, much more regular communication. But, I’ll tell you, to get people out from the press bureaus and TV studios downtown out to Brookfield was quite a job. So we had to have unusual circumstances to attract their attention. And probably the, we had one of McCutcheon’s sons on the board of trustees, but it didn’t make a bloody bit of difference in terms of the tribune coverage of events at Brookfield. And I’ll give you an example of how irritating it had got at one point. The book, the “Let the Lions Roar!” The history that my assistant Andrea Ross put together, wrote, when it came out, the Chicago Tribune book review editor refused to have it reviewed. And the reason was that they were only interested in nationally important publications, fictional or nonfictional, that this was too provincial. And I’ll tell you that really burned me.