(birds chirping) - [Christine] So Tony has security 24/7.
It started in the spring of 2020, you know, and they go with us everywhere we go.
I never answer the door.
I never answer the phone.
We don't get any mail at the house.
You feel like you have to be aware all the time that there's a possible danger.
You didn't smell the rose yesterday.
Wanna smell it, see if you can smell it?
Let me see.
(Christine giggles) Ah.
- You got it?
- (giggles) Good.
Some of the messages make me furious.
I mean, I get some on my own, you know, you're gonna rot in hell and you should be hung.
You know, things like that.
- [Tony] What's this?
- I mean, it's very sad actually.
Sometimes it's scary, but mostly it's sad.
I mean, there are two things that are true.
One is, I know how hard he works and how much he cares about what he's doing, and I also get to see lots of positive feedback that he gets from people.
- You're one of my heroes.
- [Tony] Yeah.
Good to see you.
- You would think that some of the gratitude was a positive thing.
It doesn't feel positive.
It feels exposed.
You feel so exposed.
I mean, that just doesn't feel, that doesn't feel good.
That's not a positive way to go through life.