Well, way back in Cincinnati, for instance, we got a call from a local station, a local TV station. That was the educational TV station. And they wanted somebody representing the zoo to bring an animal out for their children’s program. So they called my boss and he said, “Well you do it.” And so I said, okay fine. So at the time we had a few skulls of animals and I thought, okay, I’ll take these skulls out and we’ll show them to the kids. Let them touch the teeth, tell them how they chew, and what they feed on, and all that. And so it was a half hour live show, and I went to the studio and there was a lady moderator there. And it went real well.