So 2018-2019 happens. And you were real champion on the trail. That was good fun. I would see you in Iowa. I would see you. In different places, you'd pop up. So so what was the campaign like from your point of view? Because you, and I haven't really compared notes on it except for the, you know, times I'd actually see you. Yeah.
I mean, it was a real experience, you know, being able to go to Iowa to be a part of that they're on like the right before, the very first state, you know voted. And the thing that I remember most out of that experience And this is just, you know, getting to meet so many members of the Yang Yang and all these different cities in Iowa and as I like drove across the state going on different places. And that's really what stuck with me is this like feeling of this, you know, family this community of people who really wanted to make a difference and they were there to, you know, try to try to change the world for the better doing this. This thing that was considered to be impossible for so many And yeah that just really stuck with its incredible group of people and I'm very passionate about this idea and it just felt like more it felt like more like family instead of like you know just a community.
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