Often, they ask the question, “Who should publish? Should I publish?” You know, and I go back to a statement made by Bill Clinton years back right after he had his first memoirs published. He said, “Anybody over 50 owes it to his family to write down everything that’s happened during his life and pass it on,” you know, and that, I get to thinking about it. It’s like that’s a good thing. I mean everybody…the idea of publishing has become so easy to publish, OK, that there’s zero reason to not get your thoughts and not get your experiences down in writing, OK, and get it out into a book format. If it is only for your family and friends, it’s fine, OK, and then beyond the family and friends, I mean it could go, you know, well beyond that but the problem…you know, the last World War I vet just died not that long ago, OK? So everything after that is written by, you know, kids like, you know, my son, OK? These history majors, OK? Firsthand knowledge, you can’t go wrong with that, OK, and that firsthand knowledge, if you don’t get that out of your head and get it down onto paper, get it into the computer, it’s going to go under the ground with you.