Ray: Well, I just don’t know.
29:12 Payne: About your women friends – that group of ten women friends that you were hanging out with. What would you want people to know about them?
Ray: Well, that we’re there for them, if they need anything.
Payne: For each other?
Ray: For each other or for anybody else.
Payne: You took care of each other?
Payne: And other people?
Payne: Well, single women were in a better position to do that often, weren’t they?
Payne: Because they didn’t have …
Ray: Didn’t have a husband to tell them what to do. (laughter)
Payne: Yes. And what’s another thing?
Ray: I don’t know.
30:04 Payne: Well, what do think would have been different, if you had grown up … what’s the one thing would have been the most different if you had grown up in say Chicago, Illinois from the way you grew up here – as a girl?
Ray: I don’t know. I can’t imagine. I wouldn’t have like a big city because you don’t know anybody, like you did here. Don’t get close to people. And they don’t care about you.
Payne: Yes. That’s a good place for us to stop for today. That’s terrific. (laughter)
Ray: I didn’t know what ya’ll were going to ask me? (laughter)
Payne: We’re going to ask you some more things. We’re going to look at this and then we’re going to ask you some more things because you gave us a lot of important things that were … that we think are here but we’re not sure. You see one of the