I had this moment at PAX last year, PAX Prime. Where I walked into the thing, and I'm watching all these people like, wrapping their body in gamer - gamer gear. Like, wearing t-shirts, or showing off gamer tattoos. And, I realized for a second that this was the exact same thing as when - you know, humans used to do tattoos to show what their tribal affiliation is. You know, I think we've tapped into something very basic in the human mind. So, I think you have people that feel like their identity is under assault. And, I think they're so used to feeling - they feel bullied by the culture. And, I don't live in their shoes, so I can't speak to the validity of that.But, I do think it makes them blind to the fact that they have now become the bullies. And, what really bothers me as a gamer, is this proud lack of empathy that our culture has. And, I think you see that, like, if you've ever played Halo online. I think you see a lack of empathy in some of the - the voice chat. I think you see it in MMO's. You certainly see it in comments for, you know, articles involving gaming. And, I - I love being a gamer. But, if I were to be honest with you, I feel increasingly embarrassed by our culture. If I'm hurting someone, I want to know about that. I want to make it better. I don't want to just, you know, say toughen up. So, I think it's a really complicated phenomenon. But, I think the - the basis of it, is we need to grow up a little bit.