I went in and I auditioned for them. And they said, “Thank you.” They said, “We’ll let you know.” And they did, indeed, let me know. And the note came that I wasn’t selected. I was crestfallen. So, I couldn’t give it up. So I went back to them. I walked in and there was a lady at the desk. And I said, “I took an audition the other day, and I wasn’t accepted.” I said, “However, I’m here today to ask if this is a possibility.” And she said, “What?” I said, “I noticed that you don’t have a janitor.” And I said, “I will do the janitor work for you because it’s not a big deal, you know, you have a fairly small place here and stuff. I will do the janitor work for you in exchange for letting me study here.” And she looked at me in a peculiar way. She said, “You would do that?” I said, “Yes, I would do that.” And she said, “Well, I’ll talk to them about it.” I went back. I said, “I’ll come back in a couple of days.” I went back in a couple… three days, and I could tell that she didn’t really tell them. She said, “Oh yeah, yeah.” She said, “Excuse me a minute.” She goes into the back. In the office, I suppose. She stays there a while and she comes out with a guy. And he says, “What is this you do?” He didn’t know me from the other thing. He’s seeing me for the first time. And I said, “Yes.” He said, “You would do that?” I said, “Yes, I would do that.” He said, “Why would you do that?” I said, “Because I want to learn. I want to learn.” And he said, “I see.” He says, “Where are you from?” And I told him. “Any experience?” “No.” Well, they let me in.