Anti-Texting Campaign Aimed at Teens

Giancarlo Esposito, Gus from "Breaking Bad," asks who you treasure most.
1:49 | 06/25/14

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What are you treasure most. I love my my she's always there for me. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- She's just my best friend. But I love about my best friend -- he's very honest with me. He tells me a lot of the things that I don't -- me hear. My best and even if she's not with me you can feel that she's -- making -- -- news. Four seconds. But dad -- He hasn't. Plan and he follows it and. She's an honest and -- -- -- family as my mom keeps filling in the -- your parents. -- for kids. -- of -- being teenagers. It's just. She's really hardworking citizen I'm glad all four seconds to politics. And brother and me traffic. Is just that he'll stop at nothing to get where you want the lions game went on how to play. The president's closest to me in my life -- my -- and Mike. I love her the most fundamental fences she's always supported so is helping -- tough times and without check -- saying like how I am now. Four seconds of distracted driving is -- -- takes him to take that personally from -- Give yourself to life. -- -- -- --

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