part of this is like a dream on is clearly emotionally frustrated, and he has frustration. That is sort of, you know, it's his frustration about the world, but the problem is, is that like part of that is media like part of what he was complaining about his media and how people in humans and the media perceived their actions. And so he liked by all means. You could be angry about that. But like the MBA owners like, that's not really their spot to resolve. And so it's just like a really challenging thing where he's like complaining about nuance, business things. But at the same token, like a lot of the emotion actually came from, like the way they're represented in the media and sort of culturally, who's also like, you know, yes. Okay, you feel frustrated about that, but, like like, what do we do about this? And, you know, I think there's some opportunities that you could do is like Okay, like no more guaranteed contracts. Okay, Everyone has annual contracts. Everyone go wherever they want. Like free market like Okay, like those air, some interesting things, but like the other side of it is like if players are signing five year deal that guaranteed money, like at what point? There's like the other side of that that contract like matter and like, that's the part that I just think we're kind of stuck in here and honestly, I think part of this problem here is that the MBA has a salary cap. I think this could potentially be resolved by not having a dollar cabin. We see that with baseball. It's like, Okay, Alex Rodriguez wants to go here and, like someone's have to paying $400 million and like at a certain point, there's just like lock in because you've hit the appropriate scales and have an artificial cap on everyone's value. So I think that is another piece that's not being talked about.