I think journalism is a practice, like law, that you keep learning. You are trying to get it right and you never do, and that there must be a sense whenever you get to something and then realize two weeks earlier, two days or two minutes earlier, you didn’t know that, and it’s critical that no matter what you do, you are never going to have the full story. So you are dealing a glancing blow to what’s out there. You want to deal a careful glancing blow. You want to spend time on it. You want to make sense out of it. You want it to be fair. But in the end, it’s only a glancing blow.