We'll see if it works. Um, but also, to get back to your question about you know why Line isn't taking us seriously. You know, mosquitoes are they fly and they buzz around your ears, and they somehow that the threat is much more tangible. We all know that. You know, we've been buzzed by mosquito, certainly in the Northeast here and, you know, ticks. Meanwhile, it's just not as threatening a subject, it seems, or an environmental threat. But I mean ticks. They, you know, they don't fly. They don't even walk more than, you know, maybe a couple of feet up a piece of grass or a piece of brush. And they just sort of wait for some mammal to pass by, you know, and they consents the mammals breath the our breath, and then they they put their legs out, and they just hope that somebody will pick them up when they're passing by. And that doesn't seem like a very, you know, urgent kind of threat to a lot of people. I think that's just some of you know, part of it. Ah, few years ago, Bill Gates gave a a talk about malaria, and he has done incredibly great work and trying to control that in a lot of tropical countries. And he, you know, was telling his audience in this nice, you know, air conditioned room, that half million people die of malaria every year. And he said, You know what? The people in those countries shouldn't be alone in having to experience this. So with that he took, he took out a jar and he unscrewed it, and a whole bunch of mosquitoes flew out. Oh, my gosh, Yes, in the room, like went into an uproar and a photographer jumped up and he started taking pictures and so forth. But that really makes the point. Mosquitoes air scary. And I thought of bringing a jar full of text. But I just don't think it will have the same effect. Yeah.