Toxic corruption targeting you people. That’s enough, that’s all I need. Now, I think that a label on the can warning it solves a lot of these problems. I think there’s going to be people that—because they see it enough times—will stop and think that maybe this did play a role in my grandma’s diabetes. Maybe this isn’t something I should be giving my kids. What about the Marlboro and the Jack Daniels, right? They’ve got a different kind of relationship with our children than it might’ve once had, right? The corruption—it’s going to be hard for them to give money when it says it on it. You know, is there a Jack Daniels driving school? Well then why in the ‘F’ is there an “exercise is medicine” run by Coca-Cola, how are they giving certs in exercise? That’s soda pop, guys. The label on the can makes it hard to take money from them. You see that? It won’t be the same anymore. And in terms of targeting you, it’s already costly, it’s already made a difference. It already has.