Bob: [00:21:18] The worst that can happen is you’re going to stumble around when you’re reading, you’re going to misidentify words, you’re going to read the wrong words. It’s not going to be fluent as you’re reading, all of that sort of stuff, right? So if you are working with a student or if your child is far enough along in understanding the challenge that he or she has with reading, that kind of work can be really, really helpful. Because once a child puts it in perspective, right? That’s what that’s about. It’s about putting it in perspective. Yes I might get up there, I might fumble, I might stumble. It’s not a secret to me, to my teacher, or to my parents, or really to any of my classmates that reading is hard for me. So I’m going to get up there and I’m going to do it. And if I call out a wrong word and it ends up being funny or something, I’m going to laugh along with everyone, you know, because it’s really not that big a deal.