I call myself an observer. So around, probably around third or fourth grade I really became more and more you know, observing, detached in a way from the everyday thing of the society that we were living in. So I was able to always watch things and then when you’re in, you know when we were in New York and then Michigan and Texas, you could always see people had different ways they dressed or they talked or whatever. But then human nature was the same and cliques were very similar in each point. Even though maybe the, you know maybe the surface level was different. Interior, the inside of these people were the same. And so you kind of were able to then map onto the world each place you went to, oh that’s kind of like what I saw before and what have you. And that gives you a good perspective as to which to observe the world because it’s really about people at the end of the day.