So, for every single reason, every time I look at this picture, I think of two things. I think of all the people's windows I used to look in I was riding by -- wonder what's on their mind, what they needed. I always try to put myself in the other person's position. I had two young boys at home. I had just lost my wife and my daughter. I wanted to be home every night with them. I didn't want to move away from the rest of the family, and so I'd take Amtrak. I -- I left about -- my house about 7:30, and I'd come home about 8:30 and see my boys. I couldn't have done it but for Amtrak and the train service. I have a program, it's called Build Back Better, to provide for significant improvement in rail service in America, because so many people needed to commute to work -- not as far as I did, 250 miles a day -- but they need it. That's why I ran, because ordinary, hard working, middle class folks deserve a shot.