At the time, they didn’t have the language for it that we have perhaps an over-abundance of today. Dyslexia, learning disabilities, whatever they are. I had something of that nature and never knew I had it until one of my children was diagnosed as being slightly dyslexic, and when they showed me the results of how they determined that he had a learning disability, I realized that they were describing exactly what I had always done. What it amounted to, in essence, was that I would ask my friends, “How long did the history assignment take you? How long did the English assignment take you?” And if they said, “Oh, it’s 45 minutes,” I would just double the time, or triple the time, and I’d say, “Well, it’s an hour and a half for me.” I just knew that everything was going to take me longer. Right?