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Texting while driving.
Adults know it's unsafe so why are they doing it more than teams.
I do not do it sometimes.
Benefit but for me because I want to -- -- time.
The founder -- -- -- we'll catch -- I thought yell my wife all the time Purdue and and and I found myself doing it sometimes to assisted accessibility of having them.
The cell phone in the pauses of like stopping allies and stuff -- -- what you think you have a chance but.
Got a couple close calls.
It's crazy it's a dangerous and it's been -- how many Iraqi civilians kid's texting while they drive and adults should know better than.
Gentlemen is that I've had a couple close calls -- -- -- raw data Ludwick that he psychologist -- the look on the program thank him under a psychologist.
Can you explain why is that adults do it even though they know.
Well we do a lot of things that we know you are are wrong so.
But I think we are very technologically.
Driven an independent society.
And our phones are very seductive it it's very seductive to tax back right away.
And I think we're used to being connected so there is that.
Need to be connected right away immediately.
Even though we know that it's dangerous and -- that's part of the excitement.
You thing we know we're not supposed to do it.
Excitement in I -- arrive in the particularly exposed -- -- -- you break available all the way we unsolved.
So you know -- and nobody wants to pull off on the side of the road to answer text and nobody wants to be totally cut off.
For the period that they're driving the big ones that I mean it's interesting because of our society we're not used to being out of time so I think there's a fear what I don't get back to somebody right away.
It's a missed opportunity here.
Or maybe -- make somebody angry are -- know where my child is -- I'm used to multitasking.
I don't want to be bored and we forget really how dangerous it is sometimes.
It's too late look at some -- the truth have you ever received a message lost to a -- And being tempted and actually did press the -- -- to -- as it be okay if it's really amp Erica I'm in New York City so.
I'm driven around everywhere but I have had drivers professional drivers.
Texting while they're driving or taxi driver showing mean pictures on their following and -- have to say.
Please put that away and I'm not a typical person but that's a little bit scary what's their response when you tell a professional drug hello I'm watching I'm watching and I think that's.
That's the feeling I can do both.
It's a wish that you can do both second text and see what's really going on in that it doesn't seem there's much you can do about this you can make it against the lol you could -- people -- points on their license -- -- caught doing it.
But so ubiquitous so many people -- so it's trailer and I think it's a little bit like.
People when they used to drink in -- I think we need more public service announcements out there we really need to.
Familiarize everybody with the dangers that often get forgotten when people are on the road would you be in favor of no -- it.
No eating no loud music -- distracting conversations no texting no phone calling all of the above.
Don't do any of that in a cough I'm all for eating in a car because I'm hungry a lot of the time that I -- a big if something is proven to be dangerous we have to find a way to encourage people not to do doctor -- -- tough -- cycle ahead.
Thanks so much for joining us thought we do appreciate that I think.
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