But once you buy a company, you are married. You are married to that company. It’s not like Ed Merkle said, “If you don’t like it, just sell it.” You know, you’ve got it. It’s a lot harder to sell a company than it is to buy a company. Since we formed the firm in 1976, we’ve bought some 38 different companies, and we spent about $65 billion, buying these different companies. People always call and congratulate us when we buy a company or when it’s announced. I say, “Look, don’t congratulate us when we buy a company, congratulate us when we sell it.” I said, “Any fool can overpay and buy a company, as long as money will last to buy it.” I said, “Our job really begins the day we buy the company, and we start working with the management, we start working about where this company is headed.” And make sure that capital structure we have in place is the right capital structure.