Darrin: Alex Fleiss what is the BIGGEST RISK?
Alex Fleiss Well, you won't forget my last name because my cousin is Heidi Fleiss, of 1990s fame and Dennis Hof's widow, but I'd say the BIGGEST RISK is the unforeseen risks without a doubt, which obviously is manifest in the COVID-19 Black Swan event or the S&P debt downgrade of the US government in 2011. The unforeseen risks is always always the worst risk, but it's very, it's very hard to worry about risk, you know, because there's, it's almost a it's really endless. I think about my, you know, my, my, my Papi and 911 some people told him Don't take any insurance out for terrorist events, and then other people telling him to take more. And so but Terrorist are gonna blow up the building. That sounds ridiculous, but then of course, what six weeks later happened. And so, you know, we're living in, you know, in times where the unexpected is expectedly happening now. Whether it's America's Cup, the best comeback of all time, the idea of winning seven Sailing races in a row. So unlikely I'm a sailor. And so I got to play the odds that are just almost impossible. But, you know, we're getting to these kind of new. We have such a globally connected world, which obviously has nothing to do wiht sailing. But, you know, it presents more and more and more potential risks against the globally connected world. If a risk arises in India or China, it will travel faster than ever did before because we didn't have that connection in the world that we have now.