Stephen Schwarzman: They’re now obsolete, but in the olden days, what a telephone switchboard would do is take in incoming calls, sort of whip them around, and then connect you with some other place that you were trying to reach.  And that’s sort of the way I saw myself.   You know, I’m not much of a self-starter — in other words, sitting in a room thinking great thoughts.  But if I can see things that are happening, if I can feel what’s going on, then I can do something with them, and I make them go some other place, create something, do something with it.  So I need those inputs.  I’ve got the processor, and then something magic happens coming out.  So that’s what I thought was my basic purpose or skill or whatever.