Chris Rising (00:43:53): Well, I agree with you. I'll just hit on a couple things. I mean, I've said to a lot of people that I think this is the end baby boomer mentality of work. That somehow you have to be in an office at 6:30 or 7:00 in the morning and stay until 7:00 at night, and that means you're a good employee and all that. I think that thinking is dead now, and I think this killed it. I think certain things in the law that people said you have to have, I'll give you an example. I had to drive from Pasadena to downtown this morning because we're closing a loan. I had to sign tons of documents. The fact that I had to do that with a notary there, is stupid and ridiculous. It's because some older judge or someone in the case law, the lawyers were like, \"Oh no, you can't do DocuSign or Adobe Sign.\" That's going to change radically. But I so agree with you that ... I found the last two weeks that my days are so much longer work from home because everybody has to schedule a call about every little idea.
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