Coronado Bridge San Diego, Bay Bridge, Dave discussed on Armstrong and Getty


Have a half of one percent of anxiety about that. Just doesn't even I didn't even know. What does my kid has? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. It's weird. So anyway, but I picture myself on the bridge to Hawaii starting off being very excited. Hi, Jerry Brown project that I just heard soon as the bullet trains done, and it's going to cost eight billion to four hundred billion summer, but I can picture myself like being really excited and thinking. Wow. This is amazing Honey yell if you see a whale, you know, and and slowly getting like four hundred miles out in the Pacific and thinking we go over the edge. It's just it's death probably eaten by sharks probably chewed apart by sharks and just slowly going slower and slower and going more and more toward the exact middle of the road till I'm doing ten miles per hour straddling the lane marker right in the middle. Yeah. Exactly. Yeah. Yeah. They would have to have some sort of floating rest stop because it'd take you very long time driving from Miami. To key west is mostly bridge over the was going to ask you about that. And it's quite a ways hundred fifty miles or. Yeah. You got the Coronado bridge San Diego. It's a landmark in absolutely gorgeous. I prefer to be one of the middle lanes the bay bridge, which is interesting. I just never think of that on the other hand people would say to me, why are you worried about getting a shot? It doesn't hurt. Right. I mean, it hurts about as much as mosquito bite dirt. The what's interesting is came on late in life. And I have no idea why I don't want to hear that now. So there are things I'm not afraid of now I could end up being afraid of you don't want that. And and you know. I was comfortable with what I am afraid is almost the wrong word or it's almost not quite a good enough word because it's it's a sudden and irrational deep animal revulsion, it's like the same thing. If you saw a lion charging out of the bushes. It's it's completely involuntary and irrational not as in Honey, you're being irrational. But in terms of being just completely like, brain stem. My youngest son has that every second was life. Oh my God. Which is why he's paralyzed by fear all the time. Yeah. Just there's no control over that. My oldest son just occasionally gets it. But yet like going over a bridge. Are we going to tip over? No, we're not going to tip over. It's never happened in the history of the world millions of cars Passover bridge. But I know that that logic doesn't work. So what's the point of even trying? I guess you know, what it reminds me very much of my neighbor when I was growing up in Chicago land. We'd no no fences there, no privacy fences. Nobody I know what California's amazing nobody has a privacy fence, you stand your backyard. You'll look for yards over you. See your buddy. Dave. And you say, hey, Dave. How does that work with Dart's precisely my next door? Neighbor fewer dogs when I was a kid. I was about eight or so when my next door neighbors moved out and some new folks moved in actually, they're they're pretty nice people. But they had a big bull mastiff that to an eight year old was the size of a lion. And this thing would charge at you through their backyard into my backyard and stop four feet you who will and. Nothing ever happened other than that. But yeah, it's it's about the same feeling when one of those irrational animal, phobia, fear, anxiety things come over. It's it's it's sucky Rosa, very good big dark or big dog. Bark. I thank you. I had a chance to work on it. Yeah. Freaking dog. Oh, I hated hated it. Trying to remember its name. The big dog next door. Not. I mean, Bill Clinton either..

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