And I said, “We’re so fortunate because we’ve not had a lot of political interference in the zoo.” And I’m responsible, I’m the zoo director. I would like to have the professional freedom to be the zoo director. If I’m not doing the job you think I should be doing, let me know. And it’d be your decision or the park superintendent’s decision to tell me to go someplace else, you’ll get someone else to do the job. But I said, there’s some zoos around the country where the park commissioner calls the zoo director and says, hire my cousin. He likes polar bears. I said, this is not happening in our community. And I hope it doesn’t.