I think just being hands-on and making a difference, actually, probably that was at Baltimore … For the amount of effort and things you did, I got the biggest reward out of improving the animal collection. When I got to national, they had some of the preventative medicines, those programs already in place. Nutrition was a little bit better, and so the amount of effort that you put in to get the spike in improvement was a lot more. So I don’t know if that explains it, or you understand what I’m trying to say there, but for the amount of effort that you had put in at the very beginning when you started at ground zero, the rewards were much better. Well let’s talk about the National Zoo. You were, you said, in 1972, I think, Clint Gray calls you up and says “You want a job?” That’s basically it.