Jerry Reinsdorf, I mean what else can I say. The next year when I came back I broke my foot; Iwas out of 65 games. And when I came back I want to play. The doctor came with his oldtheory that you can play only seven minutes a game, but I am practicing two hours a day. I amsaying, well, I don't agree with that math. And back then, whoever has the worst record getsthe most balls in Ping-Pang balls, you know you can decide what pick you can have, but I didn'tcare aobut that. I just wanted to win. I wanna make to playoffs. I wanna keep the energy goingin Chicago. So I had to go into his office and sat down with him and say "Jerry, I feel like Ishould play more than 14 minutes and practice more than two hours." He said "We have toprotect the long-term investment we've invested on you." I said "I really think I should be ableto play." He said "Let me ask you this, if you had a headache." At that time, there was tenpercent chance that I can reinjure my ankle or my foot. He said "if you had a headache and yougot ten tablets, and one of them is coated with poison, would you take it?" I looked at himand said "How bad is that headache. How bad is that headache." Jerry looked at me and said"You are OK, I guess you had a good answer, you can go back to play. You let me allow you togo back and play."