I have a little story that is really funny. When I was a kid I was in my 12 year old. When you were in South America you just put a bit satellite antenna on top of the building and you get all North American cha - channels for free. So, I grew up watching HBO, going to bed at three o’clock in the morning every night. And then waking up the next day and I look at myself in the mirror and I say to myself, “Am I going to get a girl? I don’t have blue eyes.” And I went like, “Wait a second, that’s wrong. That’s totally wrong.” And for me, that’s something that you guys didn’t know here. You don’t know how much your media is impacting other people in the world. And of course you see that they’re all white people making these games. It-it-it is obvious and-and-and-and then it-what is-what happens when you come from a third world country-put it that way that I don’t believe that they’re third world anymore. But, uh, it is that, uh, it’s kind of a-you feel like it’s an imposition; that there’s a right way of being. You don’t question if that is wrong or right you just think that is a way to be. Constantly I had to have blue eyes or else I wouldn’t make it. And suddenly you integrate that behavior inside of you and that is so, so, so terrible. So, suddenly I think that I don’t think the-the-the people creating this type of product they want to be evil by doing it they just are not conscious of what-that they have a speaker that talks to the world.