SBF: So, I, it’s, it’s funny hearing this. I, I had my first sip of alcohol after my 21st birthday, and I think I, I have maybe half a glass of, of alcohol a year, roughly speaking. There were no wild parties here. When we had parties, we played board games and, you know, 20% of people would have three-quarters of a beer each or something like that. And, you know, the rest of us would not drink anything. I didn’t see any illegal drug use around me, you know, at the office, at, at these parties. Like, and, and, and, and when I say parties here, I mean, like, you know, having people over for dinner is what that meant. And, look, I can’t talk about anyone else, like, you know, what they’re prescribed is between themselves and their, their, their doctors or psychiatrists. I can say for me, I don’t know, like, I, I have been prescribed various things at various times to help with focus and concentration. I, and, I think they have done that. I haven’t felt any of, you know, the sort of impacts that I think people have been theorizing here from it. And it’s not a huge impact, you know, in the first place, anyway. I think, you know, these have all just been totally on, on-label use of, of medications. And, you know, I think things that have on the margin helped me focus a little bit. I wish I had been a lot more focused over the last year.