Yes, Dave. I am very aware of this. We are so quick to make assumptions based on silly things. The man or woman lying on a sidewalk once a professor or a doctor seeming to be worthless by the passerby. The simple person without worldly possessions who is discounted because of appearance, the list goes on. I encountered a farmer once with dirty overalls and soiled shoes --twenty years ago -- nobody wanted to service him, opened up a suitcase with $50,000 cash to buy a house. Yes, I learned never to judge a book by its cover. Good thoughts here, thanks for the reminder.