I fundamentally like believe in the concept of these intentional fallacy, which is the intent of the artist basically does not matter. Like once the work is out in the world, like you have no idea why Rembrandt painted that, he might have needed to make rent that week, right? But the painting is totally awesome and I think it stands on its own. So I actually don't care if it was made by a giant committee of three thousand people voting on every feature, or if it was made by one guy sweating blood onto his keyboard. I don't think it matters, it's the work that has to stand on its own. Um, so I think that like, getting too far down the, I mean, the, the, the road to hell is paved with good intentions, is a great phrase when you actually deconstruct it. Like it doesn't matter what you intended, right?