Well, I didn’t see too much of him, being way down at the bottom of the totem pole. He was a little difficult to get along with. If you kept your nose clean and you did your job, you hardly ever saw him or heard from him at all. I had to laugh, the assistant director was a fellow by the name William Brunskill. And I can remember, you didn’t do anything unless you were told to do it. And one day, this particular tank looked a little scuzzy. So I jumped in, I siphoned it down, got in, started scrubbing the walls, and so forth. And he came around, and he looked in the front of the tank and saw me in there, came around and back, and he says, “What are you doing?” I said, “Well, I’m cleaning the tank.” He says, “Well, you shouldn’t be doing that “unless somebody tells you to do it.” Okay. (laughs) So that was my experience with Brunskill.