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Okay. Well, this is a politically correct. What do they mean by that? And and if you understand that that what's happening is this. You're actually seeing the shift of these values over time and at some point in the future. It's not gonna seem politically correct. It's just gonna seem normative in a normative kind of pressure time is very very short. If you if you were running the Yankees. What would you do? Yes. There. What would you do? I think I would do I think I would do the same thing. I think not not not. And but I would I would say this is not about being self righteous is not a tiny. It's not it's not a decision to make made self righteously. Like, oh, we're we're we're, you know, look at us. We're not racist. I think they're doing the right thing by saying look, we this is really about unity. This is really about reflecting where we are at this moment that could change that. That's kinda it's definitely going to change. So in there's a world talent New York City that would be more than happy to be invited by the New York Yankees to come and sing live. God bless America. With the wealth of talent in New York. Thank you, say Backley. Jerry Miller is professor of philosophy ethics have college in Pennsylvania's within the book stain removal ethics and race. Thank you, sir. For being with me. Happy holiday. And it Randall's talking baseball continues in the heart of New York City after our update. To.

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