'The first time I was here, I went from being someone who really was never involved in public things, and it was a controversial time. I was getting thrown into the swimming pool and learning how to swim. Now, I just don't take it too personally. And I don't take it seriously. Business is serious, but I don't think my role in it is necessarily serious. It's not my identity. It's not who I am. It's a great community resource, so I think the resource is more important than my individual role."'
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