And then the last article, I read that made a big difference. There's this New Yorker article written in. One in 14 about Sam Altman. Have you ever read this?
Maybe I like to study Sam Walton but I haven't I don't remember. This one is
written in 2016. I'm New Yorker. It's called Sam Altman's. Manifest Destiny. And I was rereading this and I don't want to tell you a few reasons. First in 2016, he talks about this, they asked him what his hobbies are and what he does when he's not working, he goes, I like racing cars. I like renting planes and flying them. Oh, and I've got one odd thing that I like, I like to prep her prep for surgery. Survival seeing their Bibble Dermot, he explained my problem. Sorry, I'm butchering this. The problem is, when my friends get drunk, they talk about ways. The world will end after a Dutch lab modified h5n1 bird flu viruses. Five years ago, making it super contagious. The chance of lethal, virus, being released the next 20 years will become well nonzero. So I have a plot of land in Big Sur that I can fly to I have Antibiotics batteries, water, gas mask made, by Israel Defense Force all ready to go. This was in 2016, that's kind of cool. Right. Y'all he also talks about basically he sold his company and he goes He profited five million and he invested all of it in startups which I thought was pretty crazy because we're talking about like crazy freaks. It's a really good article. I think people should read this because Sam Altman is like a freaky weirdo and that's like a compliment because we talk about extreme At ease and I think it's like a really cool insight and it's one of the only article long-form articles I've ever seen written about him. So I've been rereading that this week that's a cool and I'm going to check that out.
Sam Parr Recommends Reading 'Sam Altman's Manifest Destiny,' a New Yorker Article