This is a difficult question that we have touched on but how do you view the future?
[Laughs] That is not that difficult, quite positively on the whole. I think I am quite, I am quite confident now that he can get something out of his schooling, probably, and I am quite confident that if he can learn to tackle his social difficulties then he might be fairly successful. I do think he will have to have a terribly patient partner if he has one [laughs]. And I know he wants one. I know he would like to have children. He said that to me, and I suspect that is probably quite an aspiration. So I think there is a good chance he will have that. But I think he or she will have to be terribly patient, so I hope that the future is fairly good, but I think I worry about specific things, like, conflicts with people getting out of hand, or specific problems and slightly more general problems about not being able to get work perhaps or falling into the trap of depression I think is the biggest worry, I think, in the back of my mind is the thing that there are a lot of frustrations in life ahead for him. It is not going to be the easiest life but I think it could be quite a good life with luck.