They would go through the routine was they would spend Saturday morning in class listening to zoo people give talks on the zoo, on our zoo, zookeeper. Or we had a visiting zoo professor, zoo director. If you’d come down we would’ve had you to give a talk to them. Then in the afternoon, they go to jobs that they’ve been assigned, that they’ve been trained for, and they actually work. Now I’ve been told, “Oh, you can’t do that, because if one of them gets hurt, then they’ll sue the zoo and all that.” Well, I had a good criminal lawyer on my board. And he was also adept at dealing with labor problems and with public facilities. And I told him, I said, “How do I solve this problem?” Because, you know, there is a danger there. He said, “I’ll give you a waiver.