And as I said, early on, you know, the board president who hired me, Ben Morris, who was an old, rough and gruff profane ex Marine, but probably one of the, one of the best guys I’ve ever known, you know, kind of, they took me aside and said, we’re not going to tell you how to run the place. But if at the end of the year, things aren’t right, it’s your ass. And that’s exactly what he said. But if you need help, you holler, you know, any, if you, if you need help, you’ve got a problem, holler, we’ll help you, but we’re not going to tell you how to run the place. And whatever you do balance the budget. And so that first year, and it just turns out one of the things that, you know, that MDs and dentists and veterinarians, and a whole lot of quote unquote professional people don’t get exposed to even yet today, I think, is any kind of financial management. I mean, you know, there was more, more, more zoo directors and more veterinarians, more MDs have failed because they couldn’t balance a budget. They couldn’t, you know, they couldn’t read a P&L, they couldn’t.