In terms of Dischord, it’s been thirty one years now of DC-only; I don’t see any reason to change the course on that at this point. Part of the rationale of limiting it to the DC-area is that it was supposed to be permanently connected to the community. Communities are made up of people, people are mortal, thus people shall die and communities shall die and one day, the label can die. It’s not a morbid thought, for me it’s actually kind of liberating. I wasn’t interested in the record business; I was interested in the documentation. At some point, I like to think, it’ll be like OK, that’s the last page. Every great book I’ve ever read has had a last page.
We really don’t have future plans. We have present plans