You said you were a natural too. You're thirty, but took an interest at twenty seven. When? Well, when did you actually? What was the first drug you did? Ah, like will, like will exactly what age it was. But I was practising as a lawyer, and I was I couldn't get any more efficient. I wanted to work eighteen hour days. But you know, when you get sick or something, then you're you become muscle it much less efficient. You want to work, but you're slower. And so I thought, I've got to try taking something. I've got to take a drug. Teo. Oh, actually, I've got a fast I gotta rewind back to when I took Adderall. Oh, here we go. So I very common college drug. So I started law school when I was twenty. Uh, I had just turned the month. I turned twenty one. I started law school early, and it was a four year law school. The last year of law school. I discovered Adderall. I knew about it before, but actually it started. I wanted to start practicing with it because I knew I wanted to use it for the bar exam. So I started it in the last year of law school, and I went from being, like ranked, like, thirty out of forty five in the law school, because I, uh I always find the shortest point from, uh, line from point A to point B. And for me, it was just not studying at all until it came time for a final exam and then cramming for sixteen hours and and that worked for me. I could get through law school like that, or any college for him at that matter. Uh, so then when it came to the bar exam, I knew I couldn't do that. I knew I had to prepare a little longer in advance and you an advantage to do that, to catch up, learn all the information I skipped over the last four years. So I took Adderall my third, my last fourth year of law school, and I rose from being like, thirtieth in the class to being third in the class. And, you know, law school is extremely competitive. You know, the people in the top five especially, are working really hard to compete with each other, So I just blew up to the top of the class. And then I took the bar exam and I blew it away. I mean, it was like it was like you taking a first grade math exam. Because I was so prepared in my mind was so on point from the Adderall. So then I became then that opened up my mind to drugs. But again, I didn't wantto I didn't want to take anything that wasn't absolutely necessary. So then came the Nike will. Then came Ah, friend of mine was really into experimenting with all kinds of different chemicals. He's one of these bodybuilding nerds that it doesn't a train that hard. Doesn't diet that hard. He's obsessed with chemistry. In a lot of our fans are, like, kind of have my own I was two. Taking fan questions about the generation iron movie enhance. Featuring me. Dr. Huge. Next question. Wass I nervous during the deposition? No, because I'm an attorney. So I've been in depositions many times before and very high pressure legal situations. That was my job, right? So I'm in my element now. It doesn't look like I'm having fun during the deposition. Uh, something things that are going on in my mind are very different than what my body is expressing because that's one of the skills that a good warrior has. But this was a long deposition, you know, It took all day to get through it, and there was a lot of questions, but I pled the fifth on almost everything. The other side got no information. So the deposition was very successful in the case is going extremely well. I'm glad you guys got to enjoy it as well. The whole I plead, the fifth thing has gone kind of viral in the fitness community. Comments on all kinds of other videos or any video that I'm in. Everybody used to say lady boys Trevor, pain number. Diet starts tomorrow. And now now everybody writes. I plead the fifth? Uh, yeah. Be swell in Seoul, friends afraid of buying your human evolution. It.