They didn’t do exactly that. Mr. Cully, he called, well, I called him after I got the offer. And he gave me a cautionary endorsement, sort of thing. He said, “They need a lot of work over there, but we think you can do it.” We, ’cause his wife has always, had her opinion too. So we would encourage you to take it. Lawrence Curtis and a lot of other people said, “Clarke, you’re not,” because Topeka was known in the zoo world somewhat as a political football, because the park commissioner had such a strong influence up to that point, the new one, Mr. Gooden, he didn’t. He wanted to be a business. I had a lot, yes.