So he promised change and he was serious about delivering on it?
He promised change, he was serious about delivering on it, and he made a lot of enemies doing it. He moved money out of the banks because there were no loan officers that could make decisions, so until each bank had a Black vice-president and a Black on the board, the city wouldn't put any money in those banks. Those were gutsy calls at that time, and they provided the basis of change in the city though, which has proved to be the solid foundation for our growth.
We're rolling out now?
Do we have enough for another quick question?
I just want--