Where we're sitting, Subway. I used to go to this Subway all the time. My barber shop was right down there, so I would get a Subway sandwich and then go get my hair cut, and that was a routine that I used to do. I remember my sister and my mom would shop at the Western African beauty supply shop over here, which is not possible anymore, just little things like that, you know? It's just little things that you're kind of used to doing that you take for granted because you don't think they're going to disappear, like the Red Apple. That's like family, the Red Apple. My dad knows everyone in there. He's cleaned for them a bunch, and we've been going there forever. So this Red Apple is super important to the community and to my family. Just hearing Red Apple is leaving, that's just kind of like-- that's like the CD for me.