Many, I suppose, thought that what the speaker spoke would assimilate as they were taking the bouncers; while others looked straight into the eyes of the speakers as they themselves were digging their graves inside their papers. The speakers were listening to the paper they spoke about; while the listeners looked for things that their papers could talk about. The point is nobody was listening what others were saying; they were all pretending to listen. I mean who has the time to listen to others. Everyone had their points… their own points that have troubled them. I mean we all pretend to be with the other – they were looking intently somewhere – where they could find themselves. Some were feeling disjointed – with the hallucinatory world. But I am sure everyone was engaged while they pretended to be here – at or in the conference.