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"Their other properties out there that recognize that, hey, you know what maybe even though this was originally for kids. It's no longer for kids. And I'm thinking about this galaxy's edge. Star Wars theme park. I've been saying for fifteen years as a Star Wars themed, bargain, now, they've actually put it together, but it's kind of funny because it's it seems like it's specifically only trying to cater towards adults in a way elements in there where you like, okay if you're a kid, you can have a good time, you know, corral, you around the, you know, these big pavilions, but if you're an adult there was a bit of an issue line because they wouldn't allow a dull toward costumes and the theme park this. Yeah. If you're over fourteen you're not allowed to wear like Qasr play worthy costumes, in the theme park because you're going to essentially compete with the costume the actors, they have higher doing and mostly, like sort of like with, with, with this with galaxy's edge. I think it's really interesting about it is, it's like one part, theme park and one part like Westworld like immersive experience fantasy kit is. Exactly. That's exactly it. And so I feel like that appeal of it being adults. I do definitely feel like that's intentional. And yeah. Because it is at thing of like there's such going aid. You wanna walk around in, in a Star Wars world for three or four hours, what, what, what, what kid wouldn't wanna be like, sure? Yeah. Just I don't even need to go on a ride. I'll just like hang out in Cantina for a while. But that was the problem that a lot of the more adult like super fans hat, right? Okay. That was what they wanted to do. But Disney was like, you know, we can't be in a position where we're liable for Darth maul working some six year old crazy bullshit, also, you know, they don't want fans taking pictures with other fans, you know because that's a money market for them. Right. You gotta take a photo with our Darth maul take a photo with that. Darth, Waller, whatever festival stuff. I get from a business standpoint, and I would hope that these forty five year olds were getting butthurt about that would realize, like, hey, as cool as that would be. Yeah. There are several very reasonable reasons. I can't go and dress Darth maul in Disneyland."