And so all of those kids did exactly what that generation told you to do in principle. It wasn’t good advice in a lot of instances, it wasn’t some, um, and I, I’m trying to be super cognizant of the fact that what, what was true when I was of, you know, when I was 18 to 22, we’ll say will likely not be true by the time-Austen AllredAusten wasn’t happy with school, there wasn’t something that quite fit him and he saw a lot of options that weren’t practical for a 18-22 year old. He saw a huge gap in education, but also in the ever changing landscape of education. That is where Lambda school was born. Austen talks about what it is like being a dad while building and education system that is ever changing and growing.