Did anything happen?Not in our post, no.
Did you speed things up so something would happen?No, you want something to happen but you don't do anything about it.
Do you know what I'm talking about?Heating up some situation so that something would happen? No, that didn't happen. I can tell you that some of the guys handled this with weed.
Handled the fact that nothing happened?This burnout. Twelve hours in the same closed, static position, a concrete slab. Some guys simply couldn't cope. They lit up a joint and calmed down. Naturally, as someone who doesn't do drugs, it only stresses you out more. And you're dying for something to happen but you, I mean suddenly I was afraid of the moment something would happen and wanted it to happen. It's a crazy feeling. Again, I'm saying "crazy" a lot because that's how I see my army service now. A day before the end of the operation, I was sent to a Nakpadon (heavily armored APC) training course, so I was out of Kisufim and on my way home, and there I was traveling on the train and terribly stressed. I mean, really stressed out. Something's wrong, I felt something was wrong. Suddenly I realized what it was, I realized that I'm stressed and feeling that something's not right because I hear no shots. Just quiet. I mean, the whole campaign in Gaza was to the tune of tak-tak-tak-tak-boom! Tak-tak-tak-tak boom! Boom! So when everything's quiet it's stressful, something's wrong. What's cooking? Why this quiet? Like the calm before the storm. I realized that the quiet was making me anxious, and it took me several hours to get it out of my system. But that is why I say it's so insane, because things put me into situations in which you think upside down. I don't know, I was shocked at that moment.