I was afraid I wouldn’t hold down whatever I had. I was tremendously terribly, terribly nervous. I had a great first sentence prepared in advance, well-memorized, but I was — well, nervous is an understatement. But then I had this moment when I looked up at the bench and thought to myself these are the most important judges in the United States and I have a captive audience. They have no place to go. They have to listen to me. And so then I switched to my teacher mode. And I dealt with them. I told them things that they hadn’t thought about, about how the pedestal often turns out to be a cage.