The whole idea was supposed to be, you could be anywhere and you could start a startup and you didn't have to be in the bay. And I believe those numbers now, I think we've, it's safe to say we've obliterated those numbers. Uh, which is exciting man. And it's better, again, it's just better for all of us now. Talent has so much leverage. I mean, this is the number one thing on my mind on Caitlin's mind here at the firm for next year, is how do we build this org to support the new world of recruiting and talent where talent has infinite leverage and, and we need and our founders need our CEOs need to figure out how to access the best people in the world, how to entice them, how to still build cultures in a remote or flexible first work environment like this stuff. Here's another playbook that's getting not rewritten, just written from scratch and again, it gives more leverage to the people who do the real work the creators, the workers. I mean it's there's so many democratizing parts of this that like, I even think of not just the folks who do the work, but then the folks who are the kind of like, tastemakers are the early, like curators of culture that historically have never been in the equation at all, who played a really valuable role, like the first kids, not just the first creators of like hip hop, not just the first people on turntables, mixing records live or remixing them live but then the people who then took those tapes and started handing them out to their friends. Right? And you see this music is such a good example because it's so dramatic, but like, you can see this in every genre of music at every point. You know, there were so many people in the equation between the actual first creators on the stage and then the ones who actually monetized it and then the people who actually made all the money, right? Gone. Like we can actually now reimagine every one of those things in a world where yeah, if you're early and right, and you meant some Bored Apes, there was a story today of a photographer who had one sale for was $1.5 million and it's changed his life, God bless him for being early and mincing this one project and that's here's okay. Okay. I got to double down on this stuff too because Kevin like I now forgive me you might have had a whole like 10 episodes about this on modern finance but we're already in a scenario where like I or anyone is reluctant to say cell border because of FOMO, because of the sort of utility that's emerging around it, loss aversion all this, all these reasons, I mean those coins still has like a $25 billion Internet, but in the next six months, maybe sooner, maybe a little later. You financially won't have to sell that asset because you're gonna have the Defi infrastructure, maybe it already exists and I should have invested in it to just lend or borrow against it right? To say, hey look I need to, I got to pay some bills. Rich people do this all the time, right? You have a bunch of stocks in the stock market, your banks like I got you, that's a liquid asset, we know what it's worth. We'll let you borrow up to this much against it and it's actually a really smart way spoiler, it's how rich people make a lot of money because they don't have to sell the stock in order to benefit from the value of it so they can buy their stuff. Okay that will exist.