The old saying goes, “A controversy sells,” OK? And a lot…we’re getting into the time of the year…seems like all…it’s like year round now. It’s like, you know, political times and controversial opinions and controversy, I mean, sells but the problem…I’ll give you an example. I mean back in the ‘80s, I had…I co-invented a game, you know, with a buddy of mine and it was very controversial and we ended up selling 100,000 before it was all over. I mean we were on like every radio show, every TV show. We were all over the country. I mean but we did not go on a show unless we were prepared to have everybody on the show hollering at us, you know, but it didn’t matter. We were making money, OK? If you have a thick skin and you don’t mind, you know, doing it, I mean I would, you know…we have freedom of press in the United States. I happen to have the presses. So as long as you can, you know, pay for it, OK, and you’ve got (1:00) thoughts or ideas that you want to get out there, I mean you can do very well. I say that you…you know, they say especially in the political arena, you can do very well.