How do you see the future of Parler (a conservative Twitter clone) emerging as a new social platform?
I think it's a really interesting strategy. Um, one of things I fear is that you will have, you know, basically to alternative states of reality, Um, which is what the Internet is all about. So it's probably just a human, um, emotional concern. But you basically will have conservative Twitter, which would be parlor and then, you know, progressive or liberal Twitter being Twitter. And what I don't like about that is, you know, even if you proves the two sites right now, they're reporting same general fax completely spun in both directions and opposite and then even using a lot of the same emotionally charged words, which is, I think, really concerning because you start getting to a non heard view of what reality is. And I think that's where danger and violence starts to emerge. And so I think, you know, we will start to see these pockets of these spaces um, pop up. That's sort of what capitalism will see. Now. I do think that these ideological spaces will probably struggle without, you know, less. Parlor has a very clean monetization path. Thio Uh, that's not ad revenue base that maybe they can sustain ITM or subscription base. But then you have a really small network of people, and then you have, like, a negative feedback loop, so it will be interesting to watch it. But odds are, it kind of has, ah, pop up and kind of starts to fade over the next nine months.