There was no zoo, there was no revenue. So they would sort of… Mehrtens would on a piece of paper kind of figure out what he thought he needed to pay these people working in horticulture, in the maintenance department, and pay the electric bill. Then divide it by three, and each of those would give the money with a complete understanding that the day the zoo opened, that went away. Well, the zoo opened at 10 o’clock on April 25th, 1974. And as I’ve told people, the first people who walked through the gate plunged it into a deficit, a big deficit. And for the first year of its existence, there was actually some serious doubt that it would ever succeed. It was so far in debt.