(chuckles) Wow, wow, wow, wow. I was fortunate during my tenure as the zoo director of Topeka from 1963 to 1989, that we had tremendous community support. For a smaller institution and a smaller community with more limited finances, that is extremely important. It’s terribly important. It’s not just people’s money. It’s their general support by attending the zoo, by supporting the programs, by being a member, by buying things at the gift shop or the concession stand. And that’s all important. So it’s terribly important, I think it’s important for any zoo, but particularly in small, medium-sized communities, it is extremely important. And after my tenure, politics seemed to play a stronger role in our zoo and I think that my successors had a much bigger challenge and some of the support community fell away from the zoo.