And so, fast forward to the Herbal Ecstasy days and which is not that much past. That may be a year less than a year after that. I’m pulling up to the fanciest restaurant in Los Angeles. This is when I’ve had my success. We’ve broken the billion-dollar mark. This fancy restaurant in the West Hollywood Beverly Hills area, right? And I’ve got this beautiful girl next to me. I’m in this brand new Ferrari, I mean the seats were that supple brown leather, it was Russell Corso, red. I mean it was gorgeous and you know photographers are coming out taking pictures. I throw the keys to the valet, the girl gets out with their high heels. It’s like it’s a movie scene. It’s a movie. It’s a movie scene and at that moment, I was still busy going through my head, I just picked up the car just a little while before and I looked sitting on a curb next to me was this guy and I looked at him and it was my old boss, the evil guy that beat me up behind the copy machine and I told the girl, hang on one sec. The valet was like yes sir, we’ll park the car right out front and I walked up to him and I see him doing this like the double and triple take and his face turning just like bright red and me walking up to him and going hey, I know you. Do you remember me? And he was like, oh no. And he looked like he was about to explode. Yeah, and I just said, that’s all right and it just didn’t. It almost went over his head, but I know he registered. I know he registered who I was and I think it just didn’t compute. It was like somebody seeing a UFO or something. He didn’t believe and I knew at that moment that I had made it and I tell people oftentimes the greatest revenge is success 100 percent.