I know the food's good, and I know all the pieces are there. We're like a indie film that's not really killing it at the box office yet. We're going into the lab this month, and trying to figure out where to revamp the menu. We're going to try to figure out how do we connect the dots a little deeper, and to be honest it's OK, it's only been a year. We're talking about decades of abandonment and poverty, and no development, and to think that it's all going to turnover overnight is naïve. I'm actually cool with where we are, and just to use a sports reference, it's only the first quarter. Even if we're down by a couple points, or touchdowns, or whatever, the game is not over. That's how I look at LocoL.
There is some thinking out there like people either want LocoL to either fully have achieved its goal so that it can be checked off, the box can be checked off, or that it can fail so that you can put it back into OK, it's not going to work. To me, it's like we're only in stage one of the process. I'm looking long game, and when you say long game, I'm looking 20, 30, 40, 50 years from now... my dream is imagine Watts becoming like The Grove, having shopping, having stores, having five, six, seven, 10 people working in each store. People thriving, housing, great design, furniture, parks, all these things. That's what I think about.