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I always pined for the guys who didn’t know I existed. Looking back now, the friendships are what mattered. My best friend is still a girl I met in junior high.
My mother and father met at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. He was a senior and she was a junior, and their marriage didn’t last very long.
I played a little basketball. Some football in junior high.
Growing up in Houston I did go through the public school system. I went to Parker Elementary, Johnston Junior High and Westbury Senior High.
I was in my junior year of high school and I had been playing soccer and basketball almost my entire life, and I wanted a change of pace. I wanted to do something more, something different. That’s when I found an MMA gym about 45 minutes from my house and fell in love with the idea of becoming a professional fighter.
While I was in junior high, I wrote an entire essay in rhyme about manufacturing in New York State. In high school, I won a Scholastic poetry contest.
I attended the University of Louisville my freshman year, transferred to what was then Western Kentucky State Teachers College for my sophomore and junior years, and then graduated from the University of Louisville in the summer of 1961.
My plan always was to play college football, hope to get a few snaps in and then go on to medical school. As I went further in my career and got to my junior year, I realized as I looked around, ‘I got a shot here, and I might as well go after it.’
In the juniors, you are kind of a star, but just because you are a good junior doesn’t mean you will be a good pro.
I have liked games for a very long time but when I saw ‘Gradius’ at the arcade as a junior high student, I became certain that in the future all forms of entertainment will be taken over by video games.
I’ve worked so hard, I’ve won a lot in my junior career, did great things in my amateur career, was 6-0 in match play in NCAAs, won NCAAs two years in a row, got third individually one year, and now I have three wins out here on the PGA Tour.
Starting in junior high school, through high school, I was very into metal or black metal and death metal specifically.
I started in junior high doing the splits and flips and that kind of stuff. It was kind of the acceptable thing to do. But I had two older brothers, so I was a tomboy. I was the cute tomboy who could put on the skirt but then go tackle you or something. I was a little rough around the edges for a pretty woman!
My mom and I have always been really close. She’s always been the friend that was always there. There were times when, in middle school and junior high, I didn’t have a lot of friends. But my mom was always my friend. Always.
I was always a very good student, 3.98 GPA… But once I found out I only had to take math and science for two years, I didn’t take them junior or senior year. And I convinced my high school to give me actual credits for doing professional shows in Minneapolis… as work-study.
I started reading fantasy and science fiction and writing fantasy and science fiction when I was – when I started junior high school.
I was maybe only 13 or 14 when I started to play junior tournaments.
The vast literature concerning whistleblowers shows that, far from weird extremists, they are really quite ordinary people: male and female, young and old, junior and senior, no more nerdy or obsessive than most hard workers.
I had been on the junior Olympic team in high school for trampoline; I could do twenty-six back flips in a row.
I’ve won junior titles, ABA titles and boxed for England all over the world against future Olympic champions as an amateur – and then beat world-class fighters as a professional.
I have been compared to Mao since we were both junior skaters. We’ve felt the rivalry since then, so we wanted to avoid each other. However, she has been my motivation.
I think there’s much more fashion competition in the more junior levels of the fashion department. And that’s exciting and stimulating to see, because it’s ‘Vogue;’ it’s great to see people dressed originally and with great style and panache. It wouldn’t be ‘Vogue’ otherwise.
I attended a very small junior high and specially in the end that became a disaster. The principal was pretty senile and a drunk, so the children more or less runned the school.
I hated being a junior investment banker. I loved the research business, the wealth management business.
Most of the time I liked school and got good grades. In junior high, though, I hit a stumbling block with math – I used to come home and cry because of how frustrated I was! But after a few good teachers and a lot of perseverance, I ended up loving math and even choosing it as a major when I got to college.
By high school, I was telling everyone, ‘Oh, I’m going to be a doctor when I grow up,’ because my dad was always saying to me, ‘Pick a career path where you’re always going to be necessary.’ But by junior year, I was president of choir, I was the lead in the school play, and I just loved being onstage performing.
I did the marching band all throughout junior high and high school. Music was one of my favorite things in school.
I’d been familiar with comics, and I’d collected ’em when I was a kid, but after I got into junior high school, there wasn’t much I was interested in.
I grew up in Los Angeles. I still remember when I was a junior in high school studying for the SATs. I had my job – I was actually a production assistant on a film – but on weekends, I would finish my prep tests on the beach.
When I turned thirteen, I moved up to the junior bull scale. They didn’t really classify them by how big they were but how bad they were. The first time I got on one of the big boys I was absolutely terrified but excited at the same time.
They should have a rule: in order to be a sportswriter, you have to have played that sport, at some level; high school, college, junior college, somewhere. Or, you should have had to have been around the game for a long time.
Junior Dos Santos is one of the best heavyweight fighters of all time, and he has proven it by being a champion. That is something that I want to be in my career, and I understand to achieve that, I have to beat guys like him.
The secret truth of ‘Celebrity Apprentice‘ is that it isn’t very hard… ‘Celebrity Apprentice’ is easy like junior high is easy. All the arithmetic, the creative writing and the history are super simple, but like junior high, you do that easy work surrounded by people who are full-tilt, hormone-raging bug nutty.
It is true that Indian Airlines often behaves exactly like the government does. It is stingy with information, designates junior officials to deal with the serious task of communicating with the relatives and the people, and is often simply insensitive.
I got to know Peyton Manning when he was a high school junior and I was the offensive coordinator at Mississippi State.
I am very superstitious. I trod on a wet towel before winning the Junior World Championships, and now I have to do that every time.
I was very unique as a child, dressed a certain way, acted a certain way, didn’t fit in with everybody. So I immediately got picked on, especially around the age of 12 and 13, when you start going to junior high and start mingling with the older kids. To counteract that, strictly for self-defense, I wanted to get bigger.
On my road to self-discovery, only certain terms were available – I didn’t use ‘trans’ or ‘transgender‘ until junior high school, but I was living as trans much earlier.
Up until I was a junior at Georgia, I felt that when all was said and done, I’d at least have a college degree to fall back on when tennis was finished.
My dad played junior college basketball, and he always showed me clips of Michael Jordan.
I’d play every position when I was in elementary school and junior high. I was playing as guard, too.
My mom and dad met at UCLA when he as a captain in the Air Force and she was in her junior year.
My junior year, I was in a play at school and five days before opening night, I still didn’t know my lines. Opening night was a disaster. I was so embarrassed. The director made me work backstage for the rest of the performance.
My goal isn’t to be a top junior. It’s to be a top pro.
In junior high school, I learned that I could be good at school. I remember liking the freedom to choose classes and the pleasure of learning and doing well. My perseverance and love of reading had somehow allowed me to overcome many disadvantages of dyslexia, and I read a lot of books for pleasure.
I’m a junior – like Dinosaur Jr.
There’s two people I would say to try to go and watch who are probably the future of tennis. One girl called Taylor Townsend, she got a wildcard from the event into Wimbledon; she’s an American girl. On the men’s side, there’s an Australian guy called Nick Kyrgios; he’s 19, and he was the number one junior in the world.
Miss America paid for my junior and senior years in college.
I became third in the U.S. as a junior pro surfer.
I’ve been into Sonic Youth since junior high school. I think I kind of have ADD, so it’s good music for ADD because it just throws you in different directions all the time. I really like Kim Gordon‘s voice and Thurston Moore‘s voice, and I like the guitars going off on tangents.
I was discovered by Paul Marciano of Guess when I was actually, like, two years old. And so I started with Baby Guess; I did Guess Kids, and then I stopped because I was a really competitive horseback rider and a club volleyball player. I went to Junior Olympic qualifiers for volleyball. So, I kind of stopped modeling.
Bruno Mars is pretty fashionable. Gary Clarck Junior, who was also in our ad with Jimmy Page, is a super super stylish guy.
While wrestling in college as a junior, it came to a point where wrestling just wasn’t enough for me anymore. I love wrestling, but I felt like I was missing something, and so the striking part about MMA, the boxing and kickboxing, was what got me really interested in MMA.
I first came to Mumbai when I was very young. My mom is from here, and dad always had some work around here, so Mumbai always felt like a second home. I moved here when I was 16 and went to junior college here as well.
I was definitely teased and bullied in my junior school.
I went to medical school after having decided to do so somewhere between my junior and senior year at Harvard – very late. I initially wanted to be an intellectual historian.
I played three years as a junior.
Girls started noticing me a little bit more in senior year, and junior year, and that was weird.
I went through a rebellious phase, and was super into doing crazy hair things. I did only wear black for my junior year of high school. I was one of those kids.
I started doing stand-up when I was 16, my junior year in high school. My two friends and I would sit at home watching stand-up. They kept saying I should try it, and so I did.
And it was where I learned how to play tennis and eventually became captain of the tennis team at the school and was on the Junior Davis Cup in New York City.
The high point of my entire junior high school career was going backstage to meet George Harrison. I was simply awestruck.
I was perceived to be a first- to third-rounder. I kind of had a tough junior year and fell to the fifth round. At that time, it was motivational.
But even in elementary school and junior high, I was very interested in space and in the space program.
When I got a chance, I went back and shared those experiences that were important to me. George Washington High, the campus at San Francisco State, and even back to Emerson Elementary school and Roosevelt Junior High. I was happy to do it, to go back and see if all the same teachers were there.
I dropped out of college my junior year to do Saturday Night Live, and I didn’t even consult my parents. They were very supportive because they had no choice.
I still feel like that girl making my first junior national team. And here I am 12 years in.
My high school English teacher in junior year, Dr. Robert Parsons, assigned us some Poe stories, including ‘The Black Cat’ and ‘The Purloined Letter.’ Being an animal person, I had trouble with ‘The Black Cat!’ I got hooked instead by ‘The Purloined Letter,’ a Poe story with detective C. Auguste Dupin.
Callista Gingrich has, I suspect, given Newt’s advisers a giant headache. She’s a constant presence at her husband‘s side – and a constant reminder of his acknowledged infidelity. Newt cheated on his second wife with Callista, a woman 23 years his junior.
I played Sunday junior football for 6-7 years. Then I was at Stansted for two years between 19 and 21.
I went to a public high school with a magnet program for law and psychology. But right before my junior year, I decided that I wanted to leave and become an actress, so I graduated early and moved out to L.A.
My first broadcast partner provided color commentary even though he was totally blind. Leroy McGuirk was a former NCAA Wrestling Champion at Oklahoma State University and long time kingpin of the NWA Junior Heavyweight Division before losing his sight in a car accident in Little Rock in the early 1950s.
During the summer of 1963 between my junior and senior years, I began a research project on hypothermia in the Department of Surgery with Sidney Wolfson. I quickly became fascinated by the project and continued working on it throughout my senior year.
My junior and senior year in college is when I first realized what MMA is and really started liking it. I went the other route – I went into the entertainment field and started wrestling professionally, and I did that for about 11 years.
I don’t like the tropes, particularly in my industry, that the senior women are mean to the junior staff.
We raised almost 2 million dollars at the last golf tournament that can be used for minority scholarships and Junior Golf programs. The payoff for the work we do is so much more valuable than the work we actually do for it.
When I really discovered who God was and had a firm relationship with him my junior year of college, I journaled constantly. All day long. I had boxes of journals. They were really just love letters to God, just thanking him and praying out loud and telling him my desires.
I went to play in Brazil when I had just turned 18 and was the world’s top junior player. I got to the airport, and no one knew who I was. I couldn’t speak any Portuguese, and no one spoke English. Then someone said something that resembled ‘tennis,’ and I went with that.
The reason I went to an all-boys Catholic school was because they had the best football team. We won the state championship my junior year. It was super-competitive. We lost in the semifinals my senior year, and it still haunts me.
I didn’t know what my passion was until I discovered the dramatic arts in junior high and high school and I realized, ‘Oh, I like this. This is something I feel like I’m good at.’ But, the idea of moving to Hollywood and becoming an actor was really unrealistic.
I joined an acting class in my junior year in high school. I’d always wanted to try it.
I didn’t get Facebook until I was maybe a junior or senior in high school.
The boys in junior high get really lewd and say outrageous stuff to the girls. If somebody yelled the stuff at me that I’ve heard at junior high schools I’ve visited, I’d be scared and humiliated.
The thing that really struck me when I went to junior high was class. I grew up on a pretty poor street, but the school district I was in included some fine neighborhoods – so I got to know a couple of the kids from those places and went to their houses and experienced such culture shock.
I actually ran in junior high school a little bit, you know, like most kids do in track and things. Then I got out of it and just trained for football and played ball for so many years – high school, college and the NFL.
I started playing quarterback my junior year of high school.
Here is a secret that no one has told you: Real life is junior high.
I got into a fight with a kid in junior high, and then we became friends after that.
My experience with the Junior League, when I worked in Philadelphia for four years in reference to children’s things, is that whenever they were asked they responded. They always responded with sincerity, and they did a good job.
I love my grandpa so much. I’ve just spent so many times with him on the golf course. He’s watched me play and win so many junior golf tournaments.
Everybody had to go to some college or other. A business college, a junior college, a state college, a secretarial college, an Ivy League college, a pig farmer‘s college. The book first, then the work.
I’ve known my two best girlfriends since junior high school.
When I was in junior high school, I knew I really wanted to sing.
My first show was when I was a high school freshman, but it was at the junior class dance. My older friend and bandmate booked it.
The only reason I got into broadcasting was, I needed money to pay for my junior and senior years at college, and they hired me, those fools!
On the Junior Boys’ ‘When No-one Cares‘ beats are abandoned altogether, the track’s ‘endless night’ lit only by the dying-star flares and stalactite-by-flashlight pulse of reverbed electronics.
It’s interesting how there are a few times in your life when you get to reinvent yourself. Like the beginning of junior high or high school, and certainly when you go off to college.
Just about this time, when in imagination I was so great a warrior, I had good use in real life for more strength, as I was no longer taken to school by the nurse, but instead had myself to protect my brother, two years my junior.
Respectfully, the civil rights movement for people with disabilities is modeled on the African American civil rights movement. I’m old enough to remember 1964. I was a junior in high school.
I want to prove I’m the best junior middleweight in the world.
I grew six, seven inches in junior year of high school, so I played guard my whole life growing up. So I think there’s where I got my skill set from.
In junior high, I sang in madrigals, men’s’ and women’s’ choir. I played piano too, but then I got out of it.
I wish I had never got manic depression. When I was in junior high, I didn’t know what was the matter with me. It was as if I’d died or something. Now that I go to a clinic and get the right kind of medicine, I am not as depressed as I used to be.
I have to say I’ve worked very few days of my life. I used to have to cut the lawn, and when I was in junior high school, I worked at a concession stand at a stadium.
My freshman year, I played third, and sophomore and junior, third.
I’m an architect. Before you start pouring the concrete, you build a foundation that is solid so that when you take the scaffolding down, it holds – forever. So that when junior high schools are doing ‘Hunchback,’ a 12-year-old as Frollo still works on some level.
Even in junior high, I always knew I had a talent for music and I knew I could make money that way.
One of the big factors in me going to an independent school was the bullying at junior school. But it wasn’t an easy choice for my parents. And now, I do have issues with independent schools.
2010 was an incredible year for me. I won the Best of the Super Juniors, and went on to win the IWGP Junior Heavyweight title. That was an unbelievable achievement.
I grew up in the West Village and went to the New York City Lab School for junior high.
When I created the Cruiserweight division in WCW, nobody called them cruiserweights in the industry at that point. That was a boxing term, not a wrestling term, but I did not want to call them junior heavyweights, light heavyweights, or anything that made them sound diminutive. I wanted it to sound special and cool.
And during my college, at the end of the junior year I worked in a mine.
I have lovely memories of Los Angeles in the 1930s. I came down to live with my mother’s cousin and they invited me to come and go to junior college for a year.
My best friend and I went to sleep-away camp every summer. We’d share stories of making out with boys, but we never did, so we made it all up. My real first kiss was at a friend’s house when I was in junior high. He was such a good kisser, and we’re still close friends!
If a player fails to perform in four or five consecutive matches, he should be dropped irrespective of whether he is a senior or a junior player.
I tell you, in this country, you don’t get much of an education. Throughout high school, through junior college, which is all I went, I didn’t know anything about the annihilation of all the Indian nations that were here.
There are certain fundamental things that scream, ‘I just moved to New York.’ Things like eating cheesecake at Junior’s or heading out to Coney Island to ride the Cyclone.
Wednesday a junior came to me, and told me I was to be hazed as I left the Opera House Friday night.
I studied abroad my junior year of college.
I had done some commercial work in junior high and stuff – my mother would bring me into the city, and we’d go on these crazy castings. Acting was something I always dreamed of doing… it was my passion when I was young.
I don’t know if I was popular in high school. My school was actually not really clique-y, which was nice. I went to a very artsy school, so everyone was kind of friends with each other. I was trying to be popular more, like, in junior high and elementary school and dealt with all that backstabbing and drama.
We are already expected to be the goodie two shoes. I went through that during my junior high schools where I wasn’t allowed to watch television. I wasn’t allowed to listen to the radio.
In 2001, ’02, and ’03, our forward line had Gagan Ajit, Prabhjot, Deepak, who were playing together since junior days. Their coordination was terrific.
I loved junior golf.
I moved to New York between my junior and senior years of high school to just see what it was like, to go to a modeling agency and see how to get representation.
When I was 10, I went to the Junior Olympics for the 50-meter and 100-meter breaststroke.
Peter Wagner, my son, just won the Bel-Air Junior Club Championship. Parred the last three holes. One-putts, up and down. Us Wagners don’t hit greens. We chip and putt.
I willed myself through a junior college to a university and, ultimately, a Ph.D.
I wanted to be a classical actress. I plodded along. I went to junior college in San Francisco, I was in a Repertory Company. My hero was Eva Le Gallienne, who was a great theater actress at the turn of the century who created her own company, and she wrote these hilarious autobiographies at the time.
There’s nobody better than me, especially Junior Dos Santos.
I was a science student in junior college, but I knew I wouldn’t pursue a career in the field.
I have a black belt and used to compete when I was a kid! I did the Junior Olympics.
I always tend to think of all of my shows as possibly my last show. I’m like a junior Springsteen, without the underbite.
I used to trapshoot. I was actually a junior national champion. My parents are trapshooters, so I’m more into target stuff.
When I was in fifth grade, there were many girls who were good at math, but when I was in junior high school, I was taking intermediate algebra and I looked around the class and realized I was the only girl.
I love sports – I used to play volleyball really competitively…I went to Junior Olympic qualifiers, and I’ve ridden horses my whole life.
As far as working against Finn Balor, I always idolized him. I looked up to him. When I was in Dragon Gate Pro Wrestling, he came to Dragon Gate, and was the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Champion.
I don’t know how much time I have left, and there are certain things I’d like to do. I’ve got five kids. Kacy, the oldest, I’d like to see her be happy and fulfilled with her dreams. I want Junior, who gave me the two transplants, I want him to find his niche; I know he’s going to make a very big impact someday.
I played football and ran track in junior high, but by high school I was getting serious about my studies.
I think it’s bad in a way for junior players and college players to feel they must be number one.
In junior high school, I was an object of pure ridicule for my dress, withdrawal, and asocial manner. Dozens of times, I saw individuals laugh and smile more in ten to fifteen minutes than I did in all my life up to then.
I had a set schedule since I was 15, since I started playing junior hockey. When you don’t have that sometimes you try to find something new and it’s difficult.
I took an acting class at Cerritos Junior College and I did a handful of plays, maybe five or six plays.
I’ve won midget championships, a junior-league title, two World Junior Championships and some other minor-hockey championships, but I don’t think teams win because I’m on them.
In the first English class I attended, Prof. E. H. Elliot, addressing me, asked if I really belonged to the Junior B. A. class, and I had to answer him in the affirmative. He then proceeded to inquire how old I was.
When I was four or five, I had an older brother who got paralyzed from the neck down in junior high school. Some kid did a wrestling fall on him and hit his spine. We had to take care of him. I went from being the baby to not really being the baby anymore.
A family may be ruined by extravagance, but it is not always through ruin that the representatives in a family are to be found in humble or comparatively humble circumstances, but that the junior members of a gentle family went into trade.
I never went to drama school, but I was really lucky in that both my junior school and secondary school had brilliant drama departments.
I’ve been writing since I’m five years old. I’ve been writing books since high school – junior high, high school. I write every single day. I never thought I’d be published.
I played a little football when I was really young, but I didn’t start until my junior year. My cousin, who was a big influence in my athletic career over time, said you should go out for receiver. I said let’s give it a shot. I went out and played a little and caught a couple balls over a couple dudes heads.
Over the years, I’ve learnt from co-actors, directors, technicians, and even from junior artists.
I never did pageants as a kid, but when I got into high school, I did a couple that were tied to a sort of all-around academic student achievement program, something akin to Junior Miss, but not Junior Miss.
In the second half of primary school, I liked live-action shows and giant-monster movies, and then in junior high, I got into regular movies.
My interest in science started in junior high school where an outstanding science teacher, Mrs. Baumgardner, introduced me to the joys of science.
In junior high school, I had this singing group called The Halsey Trio. We would sing songs by The Temptations at school assemblies, so I figured I could do something like that again.
I studied engineering at Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo, and between my junior and senior years I actually joined the Navy, while I was still in college.
I finished my junior year of high school and flew out to Los Angeles. I didn’t know the difference between a manager and an agent. But I got here and just started hustling and meeting anyone I could.
Coming all the way from one scholarship offer, you know, Coach Bohl and Coach Vigen, they believed in me when I came out of junior college.
PGA of America has been very good to me; played some of the Junior Ryder Cups, and those go down as some of the best experiences I’ve had on a golf course.
My father gave me Dostoevsky’s ‘Crime and Punishment‘ when I was in junior high; my junior high, angst-filled soul responded to that.
I remember once in junior high school, on a Friday, my mom came home from work and said to my brother and I, ‘You know, between us, we have only 27 cents, but we have food in the refrigerator, we have our little garden out back, and we’re happy, so we are rich.’
I started off as a juggler. I used to do a half-hour show on the weekends to make money as a kid. Then I went to Cleveland, Ohio in 1983 to the international jugglers competition junior division and came second. So that was my first job, being a juggler.
I played Little League in junior high and high school.
I was taking electives, and that branched into theater. Theater led to me taking a break during the summer between my junior and senior year. After I graduated, I ended up moving out to L.A. But in my senior year, I made it a part of my major.
Often, people wonder if she can give the time required at work, given also her responsibilities at home. So a woman has to prove her worth over and over again each time she’s given a new responsibility, especially when she is at junior to mid-level positions.
In junior high, I really wanted to be popular. Suddenly there were parties with boys, and I wanted to be part of that. There was a group of girls, and I wanted to be friends with them.
I was painfully shy, and I had tremendous difficulty making friends. So, lacking friends, I watched other people. Watching is something all writers must do, and it was in junior high that I learned to do it.
I probably went all the way to junior high school before a school doctor told me that I was ‘dyslexic.’
I completely disagree if someone says that corruption of junior government officers should be overlooked.
I never went to a high school prom. I went to a junior high prom, but I never had the high school prom. It was all fake and on TV.
My success has a lot to do with Mischa. He was the one who always used to practise with me when I was little, when I was a junior.
I did science at the junior college level but switched to a bachelor‘s in mass media at MMK College, Bandra.
When I was a kid in junior high, I had an assignment to discuss how to rescue poor people in India. I remember my teacher at the time considered it an impossible problem. Now, we’re not talking that way anymore. We’re sure not talking about that for China. They’re rescuing themselves thanks to globalization.
I went to public school up until junior high.
I told everyone through high school and junior High I guarantee by time 24, I’ll be signed with WWE, and that’s exactly what happened. I didn’t go on to main even WrestleMania obviously, but the whole WWE accomplishment was checked off, and I got to experience that and it’s cool.
There was no theater program or anything where I’m from. So junior year in high school I started the theater program.
From my freshman year to my junior year, I’ve increased my receptions every year.
After college, I really looked at every single shot that I shot. Pretty much every shot in my sophomore year and my junior year and just watched my form. I watched how I shot it from 3, and I just noticed I was a very undisciplined shooter.
My first show in high school was ‘The Music Man.’ I was a junior. I played Harold Hill. I did the role at the University of Miami, too. I do love that musical. To do it in high school and college and then to do it professionally – I mean, come on!
I’m the best Crusierweight, X Division, Junior Heavyweight wrestler whatever you want to call it.
I was in every band class I could get in, like after school jazz band and marching band, and that’s where I really learned to read music from elementary all the way through junior high and high school.
I didn’t dream about being a director. I didn’t know I wanted to do something with film until the summer between my sophomore and junior years at Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia.
An employee, even a very junior person, if they can articulately summarize a meeting, if they can put together a presentation and even emails that are really salient and to the point, they are so valued.
I have the most profound respect for the Department of Justice and the FTC. We in Europe are a younger and I would say junior institution to the historical antitrust experience of the US.