Well, it’s this, like, black and white go together in the same room and sit and talk small talk and drink a cup of coffee and you don’t get struck by lightning. That’s a big deal. Now, that sounds silly in this day and age, but that’s about where things were then, that you – you didn't want to, just couldn’t break those rules of segregation. And so, we – that built our courage, I think. That, yes, you know, we could – we could start doing something.