I saw that Michigan has passed the- I don’t know what the phrase is for it, um for tipped workers where we have to get paid now a minimum wage of 12 dollars an hour instead of the whatever it is like $3.75 or whatever. I get $5 an hour and then plus all my tips. And it’s kind of I know people are appealing it and bringing it up into higher courts, and it’s probably going to go to the Michigan Supreme Court. And I got to be honest, I don’t know how I feel about it passing. I think people are doing it because they want to help. Because they think it’s really unfair that we’re not making real money. But like I have this fear that if it does pass. You know, the tipping culture will go away. Which don’t get me wrong, it is stupid, like the whole idea of it is dumb, I understand, but it’s my life and I’m accustomed to it now. Yeah, and so if the tipping culture goes away to wait tables for 12 dollars an hour and then you know say maybe you get like five percent or 10% tips on top of it. I’ll be making so much less a year. Like there’s no way I would stay I will let you know right now. There’s no way I would keep waiting tables, you know at 31 years old. If I was making twelve dollars an hour, like right now I make somewhere between I don’t know, between $25 and $40 an hour. Which yeah, why would I want to change that? And then I do understand like some people think that like it would make more sense to have more fair salary between front of house and back of the house. But my opinion is take all that extra money that you would give me for the twelve dollars an hour and just give it to back of house. I don’t think people that work back of house should be making any less than 20 dollars an hour like that should be the minimum. It’s a hard job. And it’s hot and it breaks your body, and you work every night and every weekend and every holiday. And most of the time you get no insurance. No benefits. No sick leave, no paid time off. No 401k. But it’s a skilled labor job, you know people that are electricians or plumbers they make, you know a good amount of money a year. They have trade unions, things like that. And why is the skilled labor not being compensated?