No, it was certainly not automatic that I would be put into that slot. In fact, when I was told that I should go ahead and take the reins of the zoo prior to being formally made a zoo superintendent, I said, “No, Earl Davis is and will be as long as he’s alive the director of this zoo.” I mentioned to my board chairman, “I’ll do whatever I have to do to make everything run smoothly while Earl is ill, but he’s still the director and I’ll do it his way. My time will come and I’ll do it my way then, but not before.” So kind of the, help me out here, Earl goes in for surgery and he is still zoo superintendent.