>>Eric: Hey. Yeah, I’m back [laughs]. Oh, it was great, man. Italy is the greatest study abroad trip yet. Argentina? It’s a close second, but Italy definitely takes the cake. But your internship made California sound awesome. Uhh, good question. Probably… Professor Wanger’s class, Aspects of Italian Culture. Yeah, man. You know, I didn’t realize that so many of these businesses are still very family-oriented. Yeah, that’s what I’m saying. Actually, I decided I’m gonna add on that second major. Yeah, Global Business Studies. Well, because the program has this independent study option. Uh-huh. And I spent a ton of time at this Family-owned pizza restaurant. I’m thinking hey, what if I were to put on some sort of marketing platform for them? Yeah, it’s like super homey feeling, and they were so nice to us. Oh yeah, oh man. The pizza is out of this world best beats. I’ve ever had. Uh-huh. Uh-huh. Well, they get all their vegetables from their own gardens, their own family farms. So I already have so many ideas, for, to help them out with a business platform. I’ve been talking to my professor a little bit too. So… Yeah. Uh-huh. Yeah, you were telling me about that. Uh-huh. Wow. Now that’s an internship. [laughs] Do you think they’re gonna ask you back for a full-time job this spring? No way. That’s awesome, man. Congrats. Congrats. That’s really cool. Yeah. Hey listen. Uh… I gotta go here in a second, but uhhh, let’s meet up tomorrow at Goodfellas? Yeah, now that I’m back. I want the best pizza in the States. Belíssimo.