That's okay. You were talking before about some of the demands that Don Noble shows you on a piece of paper. The kinds of things they were hoping to get. The kinds of changes that they were looking for. Do you remember some of those? Tell me how that happened. Tell me about Don Noble showing you those.
One, one inmate particular. Don Noble was in a company that I was in charge of in the metal shop. And, ah, during the summer of 1971 he showed me a list of demands that they had prepared to present to the, ah, governor. And, ah, that list consisted of, ah, such things as less censorship of mail, and ah, more showers, and ah, not, no rationing of toilet paper, and ah, primarily things to do with, with, ah, ah, I, I don't know what you would call that Terry. I'm sorry.