“It’s funny, people kept coming in, and you know, we’re having to hire a ton of people, et cetera. And they would be like, ‘What’s your four-year plan?’ And I would say, ‘Well, I’ll tell you what our hundred-year plan is. And we’ll wind it back 96 years and we’ll get to the first four years, but the hundred year plan is, 100 years from now, there should be a group of people capturing the knowledge of the world’s greatest — crystallizing it, and disseminating it, that’s my goal. But also, 100 years from now, the things we make today should hold up. They should be worthy of that. So when people look back in time and say, you know, who is the greatest singer of that era? Christina Aguilera’s name is going to come up. I’m huge into music, and I’ve never seen anything like that in person. She’s just absolutely unbelievable. Well, what’s amazing is, it’ll say: And she tried to pass on her knowledge and here’s where you can see it,” Mr. Rasmussen said.
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