Spider-Man: Far From Home — Behind the Scenes!


LORRAINE CINK: From Spidey suits
to Tom Holland’s stunts to Jake Gyllenhaal’s Mysterio,
we’re talking “Spider-Man: Far from Home.” Hi, I’m Spider-Man’s aunt Edith. I’m Lorraine. And I’m those tiny
sassy little hairs on Spider-Man’s fingers that let
him climb and stick to stuff, Ryan Penagos. And this “Earth’s
Mightiest Show.” And we are talking
about “Spider-Man: Far from Home,” which
is now available on Blu-ray and digital. First up, check out this
behind the scenes look at how Spider-Man’s many
costumes in the film were brought to life. [MUSIC PLAYING] I’m here with Ryan Meinerding,
head of visual development for Marvel Studios.
Hello, sir. Hello. Let’s get into it. Let’s talk about
Spider-Man: Far from Home.” All right. Spider-Man has I think the
most iconic costume of all time of all Super Heroes across
everything that exists, definitive statement. But let’s talk about the
ones in “Far from Home.” Right. LORRAINE CINK: I have a feeling
I know the inspiration for it. What was your comic
book inspiration for it. RYAN MEINERDING: Well, John
Whitehead had always wanted to reference the Noir costume. But also since this
movie so much about Peter dealing with the hero that he’s
trying to be or supposed to be, having him being given a
costume by Nick Fury essentially to say you could be this
tactical version of Spider-Man is essentially just almost like
a visual representation of him exploring a different
type of hero. And seeing him all in black and
with the flip up tactical eyes was a way of I think doing the
Noir stuff but also keeping a little bit of “Spider-Man
2” with it being fun with the flip up eyes. You know, I think it’s really
interesting because during Dan Slott’s run, he had that
stealth costume that was sort of like the neon piping– RYAN MEINERDING: Ah, yeah. LORRAINE CINK: And
the black suit. Did you ever go
through that iteration, or did you always know you
guys were going full Noir? I mean, I think again
it needed a– usually we’re looking at stuff from the
comics and seeing how it can translate into something that’s
relevant for the story world that we’re trying to make. And looking at the Noir
stuff, it sort of translating a little bit better
into something that felt tactical than the neon stuff– Yeah, it’s not as
stealthy as you would think. It’s not quite stealth
though it’s great. It’s great. Beautiful though. Now you also got to upgrade
Spider-Man a little bit. What were some of his
upgrades for this film? The notion at the end when
Peter has to make his own suit using Tony’s tech
was essentially for me that it’s Peter
becoming the Spider-Man that he needs to be. And part of that
is the idea of him using technology of his own. So the pitch for that
suit was essentially that he would sort of
spin a bunch of webs and then Tony’s technology
would weave it together into the suit, so
the suit was actually supposed to be made from
Peter’s web so essentially to say they’re the strongest
material he has access to and meant to sort of
integrate his technology with Tony’s technology. So the idea is at
the end of that movie was that the suit
was going to be able to do more web-based gags. Are used just like a kid in a
candy shop with these costumes? Totally. I mean, when Kevin Feige came
into my office and said we– you’re going to
work on “Spider-Man” and “Civil War,” it was– I think I let out a
visible like “eep” like it was a very undignified noise. That’s a appropriate Peter
Parker reaction though. [LAUGHS] So if someone wanted to get
into the visual development– I’m not saying I’m
leaving my job but– no, but if someone really
is interested in doing a job like yours, where do
you think people should start? I mean, reading comics
is probably a great place. I love it. Check. Loving comics, loving
comic characters. Drawing, I– you know, I drew– I’ve been drawing since
I was a very small child. I got into doing airbrushing and
sort of more realistic drawing and painting and then design. That sort of understanding
coupled with artistic ability and hard work, you know, I
think you can do– you can get to where you want to go. Thank you so much
for talking with us. You guys, be sure to
download “Spider-Man: Far from Home” now. Oh, man, I love the
Spider-Man Noir references that Ryan talked about in there. Very cool. And I like the idea of the
upgraded costume was actually supposed to be sort of a spun
web idea because it reminds me of in the comics when
Spider-Man loses his costume and has to make like a
little web diaper situation, like a tidy webby. Yeah, a Spidey Dipey. Yeah, I like that,
but I like ultimately for the costume kind of
reminded me of Superior Spider-Man from the comics. I thought it was a
really cool vibe. Yeah, and they just
showed like other cos– I like how you brought up
the stealth suit, which is, you know, you can
tell Ryan loves the comics and loves bringing that
to life for the films. Yeah, I love getting to
see fans make cool stuff. Well, that’s not all. Spider-Man is put
through the ringer, and that means the actor who
portrays him also gets to have some exciting times on set. Check out this
behind the scenes look at how Tom Holland
performed the bridge stunt in “Spider-Man– Far from Home.” TOM HOLLAND: I was sitting on
the floor rigged to a ratchet, which is a machine
where I will zoom backwards and slam into a wall. And the SFX guy will
also click a button, which will dump thousands
of gallons of water on me. And you best believe they
didn’t heat the water. It was freezing.
– Whoa! It’s quite similar to
a cold shower actually. It is a cold shower. We can make it colder. You dare? So they go 3, 2, 1. Action. I zoom back, I
slam into the wall, and then all I hear is
the SFX guy go, sorry. And then the water
just went [SPLOOSHING].. [DRAMATIC MUSIC PLAYING] So we had to do
it a second time. SFX: 3, 2, 1. [PANTING] [LAUGHING] That was perfect. [BOOM] But it looks great. [WATER RUSHING] [GRUNTING] [LAUGHING] It’s good, isn’t it? Wicked. Did you clock how there
was Tom Holland’s stunt man right there wearing
the same outfit, going through the same thing? Kudos to all those people
doing that hard work. I know. They were like soaked, but they
were having such a great time even Tom, who
repeatedly over and over again had to do that stunt and
get slammed against the wall. Thankfully a lot of padding. It is very safe, but it looked
like a lot of fun actually. Yeah, and shout out
to the VFX team, who then takes out all the wires. Yeah. The magic of the movies. But if you haven’t
yet seen the film, spoiler warnings
ahead because we’re about to talk about
a major reveal. That is right. Mysterio has an epic
twist, and Jake Gyllenhaal gives us his take on
the mysterious allusions of Mysterio right now. JAKE GYLLENHAAL: He
uses the technology that he has developed to
create the idea of a Super Hero to essentially fool the
world and fool Peter Parker. What is it like some kind
of projector or something? Mysterio. You are so gullible. I mean, he’s smart as
a whip, just a sucker. So now all your
friends have to die. JAKE GYLLENHAAL: I
was really attracted to the idea of Mysterio as
an illusionist and to get into Spider-Man’s head to a
point where Spider-Man really wasn’t quite sure who
he was in the end, and I think that’s what
makes Mysterio so special. TOM HOLLAND: Jake is so
convincing as a nice guy that you just believe
him and you trust him, and that’s what
makes it even worse when you find out that he’s been
playing Peter this entire time. I give the world
someone to believe in. You need to wake up. It was my goal to try
and create a character that doesn’t leave you. And if I’ve done my
job, I think you’ll leave, look around
the corner, wondering maybe if Mysterio was there. [GRUNTING] I don’t know what’s real. Oh, man. I love all the comics
references that they’re able to put into the film. I mean, honestly
kudos to Jake Gyllenhaal for taking Mysterio, who is
such an iconic character, and we think of him as a villain
but making him so likable. It was really hard to
watch that twist happen. I know. I mean, watching it
over and over again as I’ve seen the movie
a bunch of times, I still like, oh, come on. You could be such a good guy. I know if only he would
have gotten those little bangs, the little– from the comic books when
he has the little bowl cut. RYAN PENAGOS: The bowl cut?
LORRAINE CINK: Yeah. All right, I cannot wait
to watch “Spider-Man: Far from Home” again. You guys can pick
it up on Blu-ray or download it on digital today. Now tell us your
favorite Spider-Man suit, whether it’s classic
Spidey, Night Monkey, or his upgraded costume
in #EarthsMightiestShow, and we’ll see you next time.
– I’m Lorraine. I’m Ryan. And this is Marvel. Yeah.

Dickinson — The Bee | Apple TV+

Dickinson — The Bee | Apple TV+


(Music) Emily has a wild imagination. Bee, I was hoping you’d come. What’s up? (Music) Alena Smith:
She’s always asking for someone
to understand her. And it feels like she becomes
increasing alone. Alena Smith:
But because she’s Emily, she’s
conducting all sorts of Alena Smith:
relationships with imaginary
figures. How did you get inside? Girl, I flew through the window. Hailee Steinfeld:
The Bee is a figment of Emily’s
imagination. The Bee shows up every time
Emily was feeling a bit lost, or
alone. Will you dance with me? Hailee Steinfeld:
And the bumblebee will sort of
come in and save the day. Bee, you’re so sweet. I’m covered in pollen, baby. Emily:
Bee! Alena Smith:
The show explores that being
alone, Alena Smith:
can be tough, but perhaps that
was the very thing that generated such
powerful creativity. May I have this dance? Bee, you don’t mind, do you? (Music) Buzz… (Music)

Wasp | Marvel Becoming

Wasp | Marvel Becoming


[Beverly Downen]
Hi, I’m Beverly from Downen Creative Studios, and today I’m becoming the Wasp. I got started in cosplay about four years ago. We were looking for something to do with the kids, and we had no idea what a convention was. Little did I know that everybody was dressed up and everyone was having a really good time. And so we decided that we were going to go again the next year in costume. I really wanted to make a big costume because I love the challenge. I love the Wasp, and Hope van Dyne is the kind of female character that is, she’s independent, she’s incredibly smart, she doesn’t need saving. Having those strong female characters to emulate is perfect timing for where I’m at in my life. There’s a lot to this costume. Finding materials that I was happy with, that I knew that, construction-wise, would work, that was a challenge. And another challenge was figuring out how to construct the layers of this costume so that I could wear it and that it could be functional. I used reference pictures and constructed a map of the suit’s lines, so that I could then scan them into my computer and kind of manipulate the forms from there. The top pieces are going to be made out of EVA foam. For the wings, I’m going to make two different sets. One of them is going to be the collapsed wings, so that’ll be just kind of backpack style. And then the big wings are going to be made with etched acrylic. [Eric Jones]
Beverly and I go way back. Helmets are interesting. I’ve only done like three or four of them. I built out the head with some EVA foam first. And then I just kind of free-formed the rest of it out of clay. [Beverly Downen]
I just can’t wait for this whole thing to come together. To debut a costume at a con, it’s nerve-racking, it’s exciting. This is something that I’ve been working on for such a long time. To be able to finally put it on and become Hope van Dyne, I mean, it’s just amazing. These women are powerful and they are really setting a tone for women in pop culture and in costuming. And I love that my stepdaughter gets to step into a world like this. © 2018 MARVEL

Inside the Collections: Wasps


This facility contains two collections
of the Division of Invertebrate Zoology. Both part of the hymenoptera, the ants, bees and wasps. One collection, housed in these half-height
cabinets down this corridor, is the wasp nest collection, which is the worlds largest. The other collection, housed in these cabinets, is the gall wasp collection of Alfred
Kinsey, who studied gall wasps well before he started studying human
sexuality. Social wasps are very familiar to people and have been since time immemorial. Possibly humans got the idea for
making paper from watching wasps chew wood and mixing it with saliva. This is a
complicated beautiful structure, and it’s made by a group of insects that
have a brain about the size of a pin head. Now, to make something that complex, all of these insects have to have a complex society. And the nests are
indicators of that. In the American tropics these wasps are subject to
predation by birds, monkeys and so they’ve evolved visual camouflage. Other examples of
disguise include this nest which was taken from the side of a tree.
Each of these are separate cones and they’re built on an envelope, the envelope
of the preceding cone, so it’s like they’re stories that are stacked. They
can build one of these large nests within two days, and that’s because the
nests are made by swarms of queens accompanied by swarms of workers. We have Kinsey’s collection because he grew up in South Orange, New
Jersey, across the river, and got his first entomological instruction here at the American Museum, so when he
died his collection was willed to us. In addition to the the wasps, Kinsey
collected many galls. We have a collection now of more than seven millions specimens. A gall is a structure
made out of plant tissue. The wasp comes along, lays an egg into the
plant and the chemicals that she injects when she’s laying the egg cause the plant to swell around it and produce
these large growths that the gall wasp larvae when it hatches starts to feed on. If you’re dealing with large numbers of
very small objects, and you are interested in the study of variation,
you have to look at a great many specimens. And that’s one reason that invertebrate zoology has so many specimens. In fact, entomology has the majority of
the objects in the entire Museum’s collection, about eighteen million specimens are part of entomology.

Bonus Features | Spider-Man Far From Home HISHE

Bonus Features | Spider-Man Far From Home HISHE


I’m gonna ask you a question and be honest Are you two dating? Not really.
Yes. What?
Summer fling. Yes that evolves and grows like I still don’t know her it’s gonna. open to wherever it might lead.
Anywhere. And to share it…
On or off. With people…
-But we’ll always be friends. No matter what who are also
– because we’ll have these memories I’m gonna go… because I have a date -because we all are connected
so…. Bye! We are. Hello. I’m Adrian and you know me as Samuel L Jackson in everything. You guys are ruining my space vacation! I always joke that I was your only black friend at the time. That’s the running joke One day out of the blue. I think it was when Y’all were doing Jurassic Park… And Daniel was like, “Can you do Samuel L Jackson’s voice? and I was like “I dont know.” And I went and recorded myself doing it real quick and sent him a copy of it – I remember that! And he was like “Yeah that’s perfect!” can you come in this day? We thought you were dead! Oh I see! So a black arm falls on you and you just assume it’s mine! -now you’re like our most famous voice actor (laughs) Which is really weird. but strangely enough my students get the biggest kick out of it. Oh heck no! We are not going in there! This is crazy! They were like Neely never told us about THIS! and one of them had screenshot my name in the credits. And I was like I didn’t know Y’all dug it like that. Dang it girl you’re gonna give me away! I’m Nick Fury. And hopefully people will quit asking me to say where is my super suit in public because that’s happening way too often. Hey I’m Victor! I’m the voice of Spider-Man for Tobey Maquire From How it Should Have Ended Spider-Man 3 Spider-Man Tres Amigo! I get to be Spider-Man yet again As we do the far from home episode What’s it feel like to be Peter Parker again? Oh it’s unique! I have to remember to go “Hi I’m Peter Parker” I’ve known Daniel since highschool. Probably around 10th grade. I remember when he was just messing around with VCR tapes and now it’s grown into this thing so it’s pretty neat. we call it the spider-verse But yeah the multiverse is totally a thing Hey. I’m Spider-Man. Try one that’s like “Hey drone! You ever heard of the shoulder touch?” Okay. Hey drone! You ever heard of the shoulder touch? Well everyone who wasn’t on an airplane Or on a boat. Or on a boat. yeah. I wish I could quit you. I say we poke him with a stick. I say we poke him with a stick. Where is my super suit! (laughter)

Honey Bees Swarming OUT of my Observation Hive Not Much you can Do


so here I was doing observation videos
in this observation hive of a queen in her Queen cell and I’m waiting for her
to hatch and wouldn’t you know it all of a sudden the bees in the observation
hive erupt into all of this activity so if you don’t know this yourself when the
hive gets active like this which you’re about to experience is a swarm
so these bees are headed out and often they do swarm just before subsequent
Queen’s hatch out and that’s what’s happening here so I turned off all my
video gear pulled the lights to the side and now we’re just going to share what’s
going on through the observation hive to show you what it looks like when workers
swarm out with an older queen now this observation hive is only been
in use since let’s say March or April so there is still some brood here there is
no open larvae and there are already Queen cells of course that are capped so
they’re swimming out and here’s the opening it goes through the bottom
there’s a tube because of the exterior and here’s what the outside landing
board looks like now if you weren’t paying attention to your beehives and
you were somewhere else this all happens very fast this entire
video is only 12 minutes and I’m giving it to you real time here this is what an
interest looks like when bees are swarming out and I’ll get you in close
so you can hear the buzzing it would be that they come and go now when they be swarm out wherever the
Queen land that’s where the formants wand that’s why you sometimes see them
hanging on a tree branch or a fence post or something else like that so we’ll
keep an eye out now that we know they’re swarming and I’m going to show you where
they land and how they congregate and you notice there are several trees in
the back on here that are within 100 feet of the tribe and it’s likely that
they’re going to go to one of these trees ran down a branch and that will
allow me to collect them and of course put them in another hive body I was hoping to catch the Queen flying
out but it happened so fast it’s a hot day that’s in the 80s we have
a nectar flow coming in the goldenrod is right now getting into bloom the answers
are blooming and there’s lots of pollen out there so my resources were very
strong before they started this swarm and you can see even while most of the
hive about 50% of the occupancy the type of flying out they are still worth of
these from the field they’re coming in with pulling on their legs and now sure enough here’s a blue spruce
tree and we can see that they are focusing their flight around this tree
so we know that that green is going to land on one of these branches and
hopefully they’ll land low enough that we can get a hold of them and collect
this worm after it congregates here on one of these branches this is a Colorado
blue spruce tree and the interesting thing is we’ve often gotten swarms off
of this tree in the past so they do tend to reuse the same branch of the same
locations to collect before they spread out to the new location and here they
are so that must mean the Queen has landed on this branch and so the workers
are now creating a swarm around her to protect the Queen most Scouts go out and even though I’m a little frustrated
of course that I’m leaving half the strength of the colony and the
observation hive and I’m working with it is also an opportunity to share how
swarms happen and then you know what the process is so we’ll just go ahead and
video this activity and show you what the beads do now keep in mind back
inside the observation hive about 50% of the beads are still there and there
there are braids so the colony is not doomed and just showing you that I’m not
wearing any protective clothing here just following the beads around until I
can get them in a position to come back and collect them now it’s warm still this is really not a
very big one even once all the workers collect on this branch we’re talking
maybe two to three pounds of beads and you notice that even some of the workers
that are going to swarm they have resources with them they have pollen and
most of them have filled up on honey resources before they go out because
they need to survive for the next 24 to 72 hours while they think they’re going
to find a new location but I’m going to locate them in a new light body myself and of course while I’m making this
video some of the worker beads are landing on me and landing on the camera
and they may land in your hair if you’re this close to a swarm but remember that
this is not a high this is not a colony since one node they’re looking for a new
place to live and therefore they’re not defensive so unless you’re allergic to
bees or there’s some other reason why you’re concerned about being stung
there really is very little chance we’re going to be stung and you’re following
up on a swarm so the bees are in survival mode they really don’t want to
give up their lives to defend something that they’re only going to occupy for a
small amount of time and when there is a swarm the Queen that
has left the colony is always the older Queen and she is driven out by the
workers it’s anyone’s guess this Queen was laying well she was laying eggs in
every available tell she was productive it’s anyone’s guess as to why the
workers suddenly turn on a queen and decide to change her around and stop
feeding her and dinner to lose weight so that she can fly out and start a new
felony elsewhere and a lot of people spend a lot of time trying to figure out
why they’d be sworn sometimes there’s no real rhyme or reason I mean you could
stop us warm by taking out the Queen and then of course the workers would remain
in the colony or the if you took the Queen out of the swarm they would return
to the colony they left and these are the residual bees and you can see the
activity inside now is calming down quite a bit
most of these are going to remain in this observation hive and again this is the entry point to the
hive at the bottom there now this is the queen cell that I was actually observing
I was planning to have her and hatch out and get macro video of it and did not
anticipate that they would swarm so soon within 48 hours of this swarm that Queen
cell did hatch out and we do now have a virgin queen in this colony and this is
the video gear that I was using to do the macro sequences of the Queen
hatching behavior which of course was interrupted now by the swarm activity
now notice the outside landing board if they had not been there and had not
noticed the behavior walking around a regular honeybee colony you would look
at a landing board and this looks normal you’d have no idea that they had swarmed
out to an adjacent tree like this so now I’m just going to go and get a
ladder and a bucket and collect this worm and get them in a hive so that we
can try to get them to survive their chances are low it’s mid-august and
here’s the ladder I’ve already taken the swarm away and put them in a body but
they’re going to need resources I’m going to have to feed them and we’re
going to have to really kind of coddle them through the winter here because
there won’t be time for them to build up reach the box I put him in so this is a
standard 10 frame honeybee hive and here’s the bucket next to it that I used
to collect them you can see that they are going in and now they’re fanning and
they’re controlling it you can take a frame of grief from one of your other
hives if you have it you can put that in the deep box here and they’re less
likely to abandon a frame of capped brood so that’s just one method you can
use I don’t have to with these guys I think all of these bees are going to
stay and they did so I hope you enjoyed that little frustrating for me to lose
the bees in the middle of a project an opportunity to inform you about
honeybees and swarming thanks for watching

Hack a Cockroach With Your Phone

Hack a Cockroach With Your Phone


[THEME MUSIC] I’m Dr. North,
traveling in the world, kicking down doors, giving
you backstage access to the next big thing while
it’s still– “In The Making.” On this trip, I’m in Mexico
City with the Institute for the Future,
researching maker spaces and visiting the mayor’s
office of innovation. And I just heard about something
that made me put my pants on. Open it. We got to see if
they made the flight. It has small silver wires
that go into its antennae. So for a couple moments we
can control the cockroach. So I have an app that’ll
talk to this chip. All right. It found it. All right, we’re good. And so then we got
to plug the roach in. Hola, cucaracha. Tu necesitas trabajar
un poco para nosotros. Pero solo para algunos segundos. And so now he’s plugged in. OK, when the light
turns on, he’ll move. I’ll see if it works. Whoa, that was– yeah, he woke. Whoa. OK, yeah. This work has existed
for about 10 years but in highly funded
government laps, so we wanted to make a
version that was cheap enough for normal people
to experiment with. This technology is actually
used in medical devices, such as cochlear implants
for Parkinson’s or allowing students to start experimenting
with the technology that’s used to really help people. Tim actually sells
these as kits. Here’s how you go about
building your own RoboRoach. Ice bath anesthetic. Attach electrode
wires to connector. Attach connector to cockroach. Insert ground wire in thorax. Insert electrode
wire in antennae. Secure electrode
wires with hot glue. And then plug in
the electronics. Swiping left sends an
impulse to the neuron in the right antenna,
tricking the cockroach into thinking it
bumped into something and making it turn left. I hear you can even
control a human. Yeah, we can. We can do that right now. Right now? Critics of the RoboRoach
often said, how would you like it if someone
controlled you? And my response was,
well, that’s a good idea. So we’ve set about inventing
this but for humans. RoboRoach. As a scientist, I’m intrigued. As a human, I’m not too
sure about this one. I want to know what you think. Say it in the comments
and click Subscribe so you don’t miss an
episode of “In The Making.” [THEME MUSIC]

YBN Cordae Says Cockroaches From Music Video Went In Places He ‘Doesn’t Want To Say On TV’

YBN Cordae Says Cockroaches From Music Video Went In Places He ‘Doesn’t Want To Say On TV’


– Alright so tell me
about the music video. Are those real cockroaches? ‘Cause I’m from Texas. I don’t do cockroaches, I hate cockroaches. (audience yelling) Tell me those aren’t real. – What? What? – Those are 100%. (Kelly groans) – [Kaley] What? Why? Okay look, look, look first. – [Kelly] Oh my god. – Okay so, one this was not my idea. It was my brother Cole Bennett. – Did one go in your mouth? – No it didn’t, – [Kelly] Okay. – But it went elsewhere that
I don’t want to say on TV. (audience laughing) (Kelly and Kaley scream) – Yeah it was crazy. – I feel violated just hearing it, okay. – Alright, so… – Does someone hate you? (laughter) – No! – [Kelly] Why would they make you do this? – This is actually my
homie who shot this video. Shout out Cole Bennett. So, he sent the treatment and it had the roaches on the treatment, but I’m just assumin’ it’s CGI, so by the time we get there and he’s like, “Yo you gotta put these roaches on you.” I’m like, “Absolutely not. “I’m not doin’ this.” – You’re insane. – Yeah but he knows I’m always like, you know how somebody hits
you with your own sayings? I’m always like, “Mind over matter” you know, “Anything for the art.” So he’s like, “Bro what
happened to mind over matter?” (laughter) “It’s all for the art.” And I’m like, “Oh man!” (laughter) (applause) – That’s awesome. – The crazy thing, the song is about like three
minutes and 30 seconds, and I had to rap that
with the roaches on me like five different times. – Nope. – That’s like 15 minutes worth of roaches. – No. You know what, I would
have gone back to serving. – For real. – Would have done it. – Alright man I had roaches in the house sometimes growing up just to come back-
– Me too! – Then I had to do it
and put them all over me. – I know! I grew up with that too. Reach into the popcorn bag and a damn roach is sittin’ there. – Nah it wasn’t- – Yeah I didn’t grow up in the bricks. I grew up in the sticks so yeah. It was not good. Are you manifestin’ some Grammys? – Oh absolutely. – [Kelly] You should – They’re on their way, absolutely. – You deserve it man. It’s good what you’re doing.