"You're hearing about your hearing and seeing nudity. So you accept it. And that's the point society sets up these quote norms, and then they force everybody to conform to those norms through the indoctrination, whether or not the business should be allowed to have an indoctrination process isn't the point. The point is businesses do that because they said themselves, we want to control the narrative that comes from this company. We want to control our image. We want to control what our marketing says. We want to control what ourselves people say and. They're not allowed to say this and are not allowed to say that and they must say, this, come look at Pepsi. Perfect example. You wanna sell Pepsi at your restaurant. As soon as someone says, I'd like a coke. They're required by contract to say Pepsi. Okay. Okay. Why do you think they do that? I don't know because they want the consumer to know that they're buying Pepsi, not coke. They wanna correct the, oh, you're not getting a coke. You're getting a Pepsi because they want people to think Pepsi is better than coke. And that's why we chose Pepsi. And they have a right to make people who as a as a condition of being able to sell Pepsi ever right, to ask exclusively. That's why most places don't have Pepsi end coke that one or the other. Okay. Just like a business. Right to dictate how their employees dress, what they say, etcetera. But the point is that it's interesting to me that a company wants to protect its image. So the indoctrinate, the employees, they tell them how to dress, tell them how to talk. They tell them what they can say. They tell them what time they have to come to work on what time they get after leave work. They tell them what they have to do. If they wanna day off, they tell them how far in advance they have to ask for the day off. It's all indoctrination. Same thing with the government, you know, for a long long time. Thought that two men could get married. Was the most disgusting idea on the plant.."