Kyrie can say and do whatever he wants. He can afford the fine, so I have no problems with him being will do that. But as a fan, that does make me a little sad just taking the end of day. We're taking this arbitrary sport and we're putting on the pedal, someone trying to make it into this whole thing. And that's why these guys get paid so much money. And so it's just as a fan. You just get a little sad when the guys were earning all the money. Say, Hey, you know, I don't talk to pawns. I don't take it seriously. I don't know why people get all worked up on those emotions and those feelings, and the reason the media wants to write about the journalists and these people do get angry and go insane is because we do value it as fans. And so that's why you make the 30 million cause we pay our hard earned money toe watch the stuff by the year by the tickets. And so it's just sort of like, you know, it's like going to a play and the lead actor at one point just being like you know what? It's all fake. Is this stupid? I don't know why you care whether or not I perform well or not like peace out. You're just like, Why did I spend $500 for this ticket? That Broadway, for the actor to quit on stage or get mad that a journalist's journalist asked him if this is the greatest performance of all time, like it just feels like disconnected. And so it's just it's just sort of saddening is a fan, but, you know, he he could do whatever he wants in it, and I respect that.