Now, I’m reading like I read when I was in school. I am very slow. And I am very particular in trying to pronounce these three syllable words and four syllable words. As a result I’m saying, “When-are-you-going-to-be…” Well, he came up on the stage, and he snatched that book out of my hand. And he spun me around. He grabbed me here and here, and he’s marching me to the door. And he’s saying, “Get out of here and stop wasting people’s time.” He said, “You can’t read, you can hardly talk,” because I had this accent, you know. And he says, “Why don’t you just go out…” and he is marching me to the door. He’s got my collar back here and my belt back here. And he’s really pissed. He’s marching me to the door, and he said, “Just get out of here and stop wasting people’s time.” He opened the door, pushed me out. Slammed the door.