Parton #2. My name is Dennis Parody. I've known this shop probably 55 years, I would say. Just as dad coming in here and 25 cents for his skate sharpening and he'd do it. Off we go. Sometimes it was terrific and sometimes it was too sharp and you didn't slide to good so you had to dull 'em up. But that was the old days. It was a good place to come. You came in, got it done just like now he has people come in here and have coffee with him, shoot the breeze. His dad had the same thing. We used to bump into one another, send other flying, sometimes get hurt. Today those rules have changed. I liked the old way bit, but it got rough so I guess you have to do something. A lot of his customers were kids in the neighborhood and they still live in the neighborhood and they bring their kids here or their kids are now bringing their children. It just seems to be going down. I don't know. He gives that little personal touch that we don't seem to have today in most places. He knows his customers, they know him and they send people to him. He's going to people that come from many miles away that he didn't tell you about, like five 600 miles away to get skates sharpened.