CHARLIE KIRK (HOST): You're basically taking James out of the infrastructure that he labored over, that he built, that he was an entrepreneurial visionary because of his idiosyncrasies or eccentricities or his dancing or theatrics.
That me yawn. Ok? If you remove every entrepreneurial power force of an organization because you don't like that they're dancing and all that – really? That's the standard now?
And the biggest one of all, as I mentioned, was the Pfizer hit.
It makes you wonder – how true was that Pfizer video? Does that make you think?
It makes you wonder, did James get too close to the sun? I actually don't mean that in the original Greek story because actually flying too close to the sun might mean that you got too cocky. And so that's probably actually not the best analogy. Was the name -- was that Ephesus? No, it wasn't Ephesus. It was Ephesus, wasn't it? Ephesus flying too close to the sun? Blake would know. It wasn't -- yeah, I think it was Ephesus. Anyway, that's completely irrelevant.
Icarus, I'm sorry. Icarus, not Ephesus. Sorry. Got my – it was Icarus flew too close to the sun. Thank you.