Standard and routine, I would say. Went to grade school in Alexandria, Virginia, Robert E. Lee School, whose birthday is January 19th, Robert E. Lee’s birthday. And came back to Kansas City and finished, I actually took seventh and eighth grade together at the time and went through De La Salle Military Academy in Kansas City, Missouri, and became a company commander, company C, captain of company C. And then went to Rockhurst College for two years and flunked out ’cause I didn’t study. It was so boring. Zoology was nothing but taxonomy. And I wanted to know about the living animal and what was going on, but I was working as a summer keeper, started in 1957, Kansas City Zoo. Tell me more about how your career began in the zoo world, that you got even that temporary job.