I would be reading the early muckrakers’ books. Ida Tarbell on Standard Oil, or Upton Sinclair on the meat plants in Chicago. And I would be quite young reading these books, ten, eleven, twelve, and trembling with excitement. I remember how exciting it was to read the books. Teachers? There were about five or six teachers who really had an impression on me. One history teacher, one day we were walking into the class and she had right on the blackboard a message. It said, “Gone: One minute, sixty seconds. Don’t bother looking for it, for you will never find it again.” And her point was, don’t waste time because if you waste time, you are never going to recover that time that you wasted. A good lesson.