You either take it and retire, or we’re gonna abolish your job and you get nothing. I remember going in the back and saying, “I’ve got 40 years in, Ben. I’ve worked in every single place in the zoo in the time I’ve been here. If it wasn’t for the fact that I don’t wanna stay here anymore, I could cause you total agony if I started bumping because I could bump all the way down to a gardener if I wanted to, and guess what, you’re still gonna have to pay me my salary.” And he said, “Well, is that what you wanna do?” And I said, “yeah,” it wasn’t for the fact that I’d be giving up $25,000 that you can offer me to get out of here. And I’ve got 40 years in, 41 and 40, almost 41 years in, I’m guaranteed my retirement right now. And I’ll get a pretty good retirement. So I’d be crazy not to go, thanks very much. But when you’ve got four other curators or was it five, it Gould, Horsley, Picket, who am I forgetting myself, Larry Collins that with the exception, I think of of Collins, none of them had more than 15 or 20 years in.