And now I’m in Pittsburgh. There once was a farm, that became an airport, that created a community, connected to the world. Here in Pittsburgh, they’re really excited about the fact that they have yesterday’s airport of tomorrow, meaning today’s airport. The airport of today. I can’t say that that’s a tremendous load of confidence for the airport that I am currently in. I’d rather be in, like, you know, today’s airport of today. I’d rather not be yesterday’s airport of anything.