Yeah, I generally agree with you that I think the thing though the MBA nailed was they took this huge financial risk and did everything entirely different than the entire society globe, every professional place, you know, they built this bubble and actually pulled it off. And so I think the intricacies of playing across the country, allowing these guys have some sense of freedom and obviously, while trying to maintain the health early, it's like literally 1000 times more challenging. But I agree that the narratives certainly shifted on them, and we're starting to bump into all these sort of edge cases that are, you know, pretty obviously a bit ridiculous. And so the MBA certainly is going through a challenge there, and I think it's because it's inconsistent how it's plying, and part of that is different. States have different rules. Different cities have different rules. And so we're getting a strange, strange world now, the contact tracing. So, um, I would just implore us to kind of remind ourselves what it felt like in June and kind of thinking about the MBA making a return soon Ish was just a fundamentally different thing, and they put a ton of money to making that bubble, so they certainly deserve more criticism. But man, it's got to be about 1000 times more challenging now.