The first initial start-up capital for came primarily from my parents, and they invested a large fraction of their life savings in what became  And you know, that was a very bold and trusting thing for them to do because they didn’t know. My dad’s first question was, “What’s the Internet?” Okay.  So he wasn’t making a bet on this company or this concept.  He was making a bet on his son, as was my mother. So, I told them that I thought there was a 70 percent chance that they would lose their whole investment, which was a few hundred thousand dollars, and they did it anyway.  And, you know, I thought I was giving myself triple the normal odds, because  really, if you look at the odds of a start-up company succeeding at all, it’s only about ten percent.  Here I was, giving myself a 30 percent chance.