We were shooting this scene in Texas, where we were shooting it, and I arrived at the set, and Mike Nichols — who is a brilliant man, but doesn’t know everything — had put all the people in the scene — the union people and the management people — at a round table, because he wanted to shoot at a round table, and I said, “No, no, no, no, no. You can’t do that. It’s a union negotiation. It has got to be a rectangular table.” Now, that’s a very simple thing, but we would have looked foolish, and I was the only person on a set of 60 people who had ever been in a union negotiation, because I had been on the Newspaper Guild negotiating committee at the New York Post. That’s the kind of stuff you have to know. If you want to go into the movie business, what are you going to write a movie about when you’re 22 years old? I’ll tell you what. You’re going to write your coming-of-age movie, and then you’re going to write your summer camp movie, and then you’re going to be out of things, because nothing else will have happened to you. So, I think it’s very good to become a journalist.