I didn't know much about what I was doing and I've told a story about this guy coming in my gallery and he had a big basket he wanted to sell me. He wanted $1,000 for that basket and I didn't know, I knew it was a basket but I didn't know that it was an Apache basket and a pretty good Apache basket. But he told me that he wanted $1,000 for it and my mind was oscillating back and forth and I figured out later that I could have thought of one of two things. The first thing I could have thought of was, Forrest look what this idiot thinks you're gonna give him $1,000 for. Or I could have thought, quick Forrest, grab your checkbook. Look what you're gonna steal for just $1,000. Since I didn't know what it was and I didn't know what it was worth the question is, can I buy it and sell it and make a profit? So I bought the thing and I sold it a few days later and I think I made a third. I think I made four, five hundred bucks and so I spent a lot of time thinking about that and I decided that, you know, if you don't know what you're doing try to be positive. I tell myself I was spring loaded and safety wired to the yes position and I made some mistakes but I never made a mistake that really hurt me.