I don’t know whether I feel pride. I think pride is hubris. I think it is an emotion that if you bask in it, it’s like hate; it will destroy you. So I don’t make those kinds of assessments. I like what I do. I am repeatedly struck by how I have missed part of the story, always. One of the managing editors at the Post, Howard Simons, during Watergate — this was not on a Watergate story, but I was struggling with a story early in my time at the Post — and he came by, and he said, “You don’t have to understand a man in an afternoon.” In other words, you don’t have to do it in a day, and you won’t achieve understanding of a in an — slow down, take your time, dig, go back. And no one goes back or slows down or digs enough, particularly me.