35 Burst results for "One Place"

When Did Education Shift? Jeremy Tate Weighs In

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

00:48 sec | 1 d ago

When Did Education Shift? Jeremy Tate Weighs In

"When do you think that education shifted from the way it was for this 2000 years to whether that's becoming just different in different places or maybe becoming more woke? How do you feel like that kind of change began? That's a great question. I think if you had to put your finger in one place, I think it's actually right around the beginning of the compulsory education movement, which really starts after the Civil War up in New England. And so part of what was going on is that when they made education mandatory in New England, there was actually some denominational confiding among various Christian groups about exactly what was getting caught. And they kind of used that to take religion completely out of schools, but eventually that led to not just religion, but really morality in general.

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Os Guinness: 'America Is a Nation by Intention and by Ideas'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:35 min | 1 d ago

Os Guinness: 'America Is a Nation by Intention and by Ideas'

"Mentioned Daniel elazar, is he the first one to write at length about this in recent times? To write a great length. Ten or so books. On it. But you and fathers and Michael walzer, Princeton, or Eric Nelson at Harvard, they're already in the same area. So it's a matter of serious scholarship now. It's not some cranky idea. But think of the significance. It means that America is a nation by intention and by ideas. And one of the implications of that you see from exodus and utero is that the leader is the servant of the people. Moses is the first great national national leader described again and again and again as servant, servant of the lord, 7 of his people. But here's the point, Moses becomes Moses as the Jews put it our teacher. In other words, leaders of a nation by intention and by ideas should be constantly calling their people back to it. That's what Lincoln did. He appealed to the better angel of the American nature. He believed in the declaration very profoundly. And you think today there are no national leaders or even describing what made America great in the first place, and then calling America back. That's the great missing thing today. A leader who's a national teacher and a national servant is not about the president. It's about the people.

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Van Jones: Herschel Walker Is an Insult to the Black Community

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:42 min | 2 d ago

Van Jones: Herschel Walker Is an Insult to the Black Community

"You've got van Jones out there on CNN last night. Talking about how Herschel Walker was an insult to the black community, cut number 8. Yeah, you know, I hope so. I mean, that could happen. What I do know is this. Tonight is about Georgia. And tonight is about Trump picking somebody who frankly used to be a hero. Herschel Walker used to be an inspiration. Now it means insults. He's an insult to the black community and what you may see tonight is people coming out and not just to vote in favor of a senator that they love, but just to vote against Donald Trump picking somebody like this and throwing this person at the voters in Georgia. Like, well, you'll just pick anybody who's black. His judgment, Trump's judgment. Tonight is going to be, I think, called into question by a lot of people. And I think that when you have a situation where it's obvious that Trump when he was a little bit too clever by half, I know, I'm going to put a black guy against a black guy, but the guy that he pickles around black. That's actually part of that is actually true. Herschel Walker was picked because of the color of his skin. What have I said about identity politics on this radio program? What have I said? It doesn't work if you're a Republican. It doesn't work. You want an example. And by the way, this is how we got into the mess we are in right now. It goes back to Brian Kemp, the governor of Georgia, when he put Kelly loeffler in the U.S. Senate. He specifically wanted a woman. It didn't matter that she wasn't a conservative. He wanted a woman. She turned out to be a terrible candidate, which again is how we got here in the first place. And

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James Lindsay Is Back on Twitter

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:15 min | 4 d ago

James Lindsay Is Back on Twitter

"Now is doctor James Lindsay, doctor Lindsay. Welcome back to the program. Hey, Charlie. How are you doing? I'm doing good. I'm going to see you on Thursday, I think, for an event you're doing here in Chandler, Arizona. So I'm looking forward to that with the great Michael O'Fallon. So you're back on Twitter, is that right? I am. What a joy. Yeah, so now you can call more people groomers. Why did you get banned in the first place? I called somebody a groomer. I called a trans person a groomer, and they gave me a 12 hour kick-off. And then I got a second kick-off for an older tweet doing the same. And I said, uh oh, I know what this means. So I actually went and started deleting all the okay groomer tweets that called somebody groomer because obviously they changed a rule and that was going to get enforced all of a sudden. And then I called the same trans person a child sexualization specialist and boom gone. Apparently for a little over three and a half months. So what I got kicked off Twitter for just to be completely clear is beating a leftist at a word game, which is the one thing they can't have because their entire whole game is a word game is a narrative control mechanism. So I took that away from them by beating him at award games. They kicked me off of their word name platform.

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Cracking Open the Twitter Files With Emma-Jo Morris

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:19 min | 4 d ago

Cracking Open the Twitter Files With Emma-Jo Morris

"Joining us now is Emma Joe Morris, one of the original people who broke the Hunter Biden laptop story. She broke the original October 14th story, which I'll never forget that day because that's my birthday. And she's formally with the New York Post and she's the political editor at breitbart, breitbart dot com, and does a wonderful job. Emma, I'm a Joe. Welcome to the program. Thank you. Thank you so much for having me. And what a crazy thing that that's your birthday. I never knew that. Isn't that nuts? I will personally never forget your birthday. There you go. It is a day that will always be remembered. So why don't we go back in time? Let's talk about my birthday two years ago. I'm kidding. In our reality, what happened that day? What was the significance of that day? The story you broke, and then the reaction happened after. Yeah, so I was, you know, me and Miranda kind of broke the story together and we worked together a lot behind the scenes to get it to the pages of the New York Post, but I broke the news side story and marauder wrote the column that went with it. On October 14th, we broke the first story in the series that is now known as the laptop from hell. So your story then triggered Twitter censoring it on for 16 days, right? From October 14th to October 30th. So basically the real meat of the election when things are really being discussed and real decisions are being made, so talk about that. What was the reason they gave you why they locked your account at the time? So yeah, so there was two separate things that were kind of going on simultaneously. The first was the censorship of the story where as we learned this weekend that Twitter had applied the rules to the New York Post story about the laptop from hell. As they would for child porn on the site, that was when Matt taibbi, one of the revelations that he had in his Twitter thread about the internal communications of Twitter at that time. So they were treating the New York Post linked to the story like child born. And at the same time as doing that, they had locked the New York Post out of their official Twitter account. And that was what went on for 16 days the New York Post did not have access to its Twitter account. It could not tweet from its account because it refused to delete the original link of the story, which is what got it locked in the first place.

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Glenn Kirschner: The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals Opinion Is 'Poetry'

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:32 min | Last week

Glenn Kirschner: The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals Opinion Is 'Poetry'

"You said justice is coming this morning. It's a sunrise justice. Yeah, and that was almost premature jingle there. That kind of hurt. Sorry. Yeah, no. I think things are looking up. Objectively, things are looking up with the 11th circuit with Trump's former high White House lawyers being ordered back into the grand jury to tell the whole truth about Trump and on and on. It's just kept coming for Trump this week. Yeah. It's a beautiful thing. Well, I mean, as you were saying back when this happened, this was just so improper in the first place. They obviously went judge shopping for judge cannon, which she did was completely improper, but I think as you told us at the time, it just caused the delay that he was hoping for, but that's over now, right? It is over. And you know, it's a really important opinion. I would urge everybody to read at least pages 20 and 21, three paragraphs, because as I said on Lawrence O'Donnell's show last night, that is about as close as you get to rule of law, poetry. It was so good. And let me say I was on the panel with my friends Joyce Vance and barb mcquaid. So you know I kind of dragged down the IQ of the panel. But I have to quote what my friend Joyce Vance said, she said that the 11th circuit Court of Appeals opinion was so scorched earth that basically they bench slapped judge cannon. Yeah. And that was a perfect way to put it.

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FTX: Beyond the Headlines With John Berlau

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:30 min | Last week

FTX: Beyond the Headlines With John Berlau

"Quick detour here because you brought this up and I was just reading this this morning. This environmental government issue that we're talking about ASC stuff is there's a lot of concern among Wall Street right now, especially going into directors meetings and elections or directors and some of the rulings that they can't block the groupings of here's the directors that the company is pushing here, the ones that the activist, if you would push, is this something that, again, any sort of branches all from what semi free was doing, is this a concern on or is it just mainly just fear of companies, but is there a real concern that activists and others who are pushing these agendas could get footholds on some of these large boards buying more than others? There is a real concern and it's going to be on top of sarbanes oxley and you know which the rush through after enron, which I've written about and affected earlier and died Frank, it's going to mean less companies go public in the first place or only go public when they're very big and who loses out from that. You know, mom and pop investor. And again, these agendas are going to be at the expense of the financial well-being of Joe and Jane for four-o-one-ks. It was kind of two sides at the same time. They allowed the SEC allowed fraud and an ESG firm to apparent fraud in ESG firm like FTX to faster and they're having their encouraging all these agendas that harm investor return.

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The Progressive Case for Bitcoin With Jason Maier

The Breakdown

01:45 min | Last week

The Progressive Case for Bitcoin With Jason Maier

"All right, Jason, welcome to the breakdown. How are you doing, sir? Great. Thank you for having me. I'm looking forward to it. Yeah, me too. I mean, so this is a topic that I think more and more people are talking about it. I think it's super important. I think one of the strengths of Bitcoin is its nonpartisan nature, or it's maybe a better way to put it as a distraction to lots of different types of people for lots of different types of reasons. And I'm glad that people are starting to have that discussion. So I'm really looking forward to the conversation, but before we dive into the substantive things, tell us a little bit about yourself and what you do and how you got interested in Bitcoin in the first place. Yeah, it's a great question. So I am a math teacher. I teach at a private boarding school I teach high school math and I do a little bit of computer science also. And that was sort of the passion of what I wanted to do since I was a little kid. And in a lot of ways, I was living the dream, just teaching math and interacting with students and having a lot of fun. A buddy of mine got me into Bitcoin. He was just like, hey, what are you doing with your stimulus check? And you should go buy some Bitcoin with it. Of course I'd heard about Bitcoin. I had sort of my own false start years before. But as soon as that happened, I said, okay, I'll think about it, and I bought $20 worth of Bitcoin and I proceeded to just dive in. I said, well, now I'm in, I need to learn more about it. And of course, like many other people, the more you learn, the more you want to learn. So that's sort of the introduction, just a good friend of mine, who's the smartest person that I know, and also the weirdest person that I know is like, you should be buying Bitcoin. And I just started with that like $20 purchase. And it's just gone from there. So I went into the rabbit hole. I really approached it originally from a math and computer science angle. I want to know what kind of problems this is solving. And how it works. You know, I got hooked. I got a conviction for it from there.

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Reasons to be Thankful for Crypto

Bitcoin IRA

00:36 sec | 2 weeks ago

Reasons to be Thankful for Crypto

"11 p.m. Tuesday, November 22nd, 2022. Reasons to be thankful for crypto in light of recent challenges and high profile news in cryptocurrency, Thanksgiving, presents a perfect moment to take stock of the positive, review the long-term outlook of the crypto space, and recall the ethos of this asset class that made it popular and historically lucrative in the first place. Read on for three enduring, foundational advantages the post reasons to be thankful for crypto appeared first on Bitcoin IRA official Bitcoin retirement account investment.

Natalie Winters on the FTX Scam and Collapse

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:05 min | 2 weeks ago

Natalie Winters on the FTX Scam and Collapse

"Step back a bit because again, second biggest fund at the Democrat cause is 44 million, but that's just a drop in the ocean of all the other things he was involved with and along with his brother and everything else. The announcement of the collapse was delayed because of the midterms clearly. But why did this collapse? To me, it seems as if this is a classic Ponzi scheme. This is like the bird he made off. It was a sham. It was a scam. And at some point, not only was he taking funds out from his investors accounts to pay for himself, he was robbing Peter to pay Paul. So at some point, this just became a complete House of Cards, did it not Natalie? No, I think you're totally right and that it was a scam from the get go. And I think, you know, I'm not necessarily an economics expert, but I think when you look at it through the lens of the lack of regulation and the political side of it, I think that coming from the hill coming from The White House, there wasn't really any sense of fear from the FTX side of things that they were going to be held accountable or penalized for their actions and frankly, I think maybe that's why they were donating. So heavily to these candidates in the first place, sort of trying to buy immunity and keep in mind it wasn't just that they were donating to Democrats too if you go through The Washington Post as a chart of the largest donors throughout this midterm election cycle and a guy by the name of, I believe it's Ryan salami or Salim, but he was another FTX high ranking executive, but he was also donating. I believe the number was about $9 million. To Kevin McCarthy and some of his affiliated packs back in McCarthy packs. So again, I think when you see kind of going after both sides of the aisle, to me, it sort of seems like they were trying to buy immunity

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John Fugelsang on Nancy Pelosi's Leadership

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:07 min | 3 weeks ago

John Fugelsang on Nancy Pelosi's Leadership

"That was a great, great night. And leader Pelosi was such a wonderful guest and the energy of the crowd. You know, I had met her before. She joined us on that show. I had done some TV shows with her, but honestly, there's no way to measure how many lives she saved by getting the ACA passed in the first place and by saving the ACA. Her greatest achievement may have been, taking all these Democrats in the caucus from the democratic socialists to the pro lifers and keeping them united in message discipline for the first two years of Trump's term. Yeah. I mean, it's hard to explain what leadership is. You just know it when you see it. I remember that night because you know our filthy little show. It's rockets. But by the way, you can see it on pay per view, folks. If you go to meet hook dot live, but go on, please. Yes. No, but I was just remember that night, don't you that when she came out? I mean, you could have heard a pin drop in that theater. People just hung on every word she said. I mean, she just, and you know, as usual, she just had unbelievable grace and class and timing. I think she did it perfectly, you know, in terms of saying it's time for the new generation. She's going to fulfill her term, but you know, it's not about ego for her. She's not obviously she will be there to pass the torch. Oh yeah. And I will say, though, in fairness, Nancy Pelosi did nothing about crime or inflation by going after Hunter Biden's laptop. I mean, like, there were so many chances she could have gone after his laptop to fight inflation and crime, and she just refused to. So now I think the real reason she's staying is so she can have a front row seat as speaker emeritus to watch Kevin McCarthy's dreams go up in violent bloody flames. It is the two years of a clown show and two years of Democrats saying, oh, by the way, look at all these new jobs, some of the infrastructure Bill we passed. Oh, by the way, have you noticed seniors, you're paying lower for prescription drug prices, thanks to the IRA, they are going to have a record they can run on. That's in play by 2024. And Kevin McCarthy is going to give people a great big commercial while you shouldn't trust Republicans. Thank you.

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Chad Connelly: Republicans Did a Poor Job Setting Expectations

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:13 min | 3 weeks ago

Chad Connelly: Republicans Did a Poor Job Setting Expectations

"Chad, the pollsters got it all wrong. And I'm not sure that most, I'm not sure anybody had this projected the right way, because when you actually break down a lot of these races, there was no way the Republicans were ever going to win those 5 or 6 or 7 seats that they were projecting was going to happen. In reality, my question is, was there really a red wave in the first place? You know, I think that we did a really poor job of setting expectations because, you know, when you tell people you're going to win big, you kind of suppress your own vote. Now, we set some record turnouts and has some good wins, but I think you're right. It's an uphill climb. We only had to only have like ten or 12 seats to target had to defend 20 something ourselves. And that flips in 24. But I do think you're on the something that we poorly set and certainly poorly managed or expectations. I don't know if you saw this, but it took to your point when Blake masters has $9 million to run for Senate in Arizona. And Mark Kelly has $75 million. That's not a level playing Bill and it's very difficult to unseat an incumbent who outspends you almost ten to one. So

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Kellie-Jay Keen Discusses Her Six 'Criminal' Tweets

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:10 min | Last month

Kellie-Jay Keen Discusses Her Six 'Criminal' Tweets

"Be just clear for those who aren't familiar with the British terminology. So the police cautioned you. So the authorities law enforcement officers reacted to you saying that it's wrong to castrate a 16 year old on social media, correct? Yeah, it was hate speech. So I didn't actually receive a call, and I was interviewed under caution, which is when they sort of redo your rights. And at the end of that, they decide whether or not to charge you. And in my case, they decided not to charge me. And then I had to go through all of that again. When Susie green, who'd reported me in the first place, it wasn't particularly happy about it, but it was Melissa's communications, hate speech, public order act of nuisance, you know, it was a big old list for just 6 tweets. And then I was due to speak with some lefty feminists. I don't call myself a feminist anymore. I probably did back in 2018, but I've since decided that it's not useful and not remotely accurate to my aims when it comes to liberating women from this particular aggressive and pernicious cult of transgenderism. So

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Not All Gloom and Doom for Conservatives

The Officer Tatum Show

01:39 min | Last month

Not All Gloom and Doom for Conservatives

"Jen, I want to get your take just right off the bat. Obviously, what the heck happened yesterday? And your opinion? You know, after I think I went a little apoplectic. And then I just started laughing like a crazy person. It's all sort of like settled in now. I think. You know, I don't think it's as bad as the mainstream news media is setting it up to be. It's really funny, Carl, because if you listen to everybody on and I do, you know, as our friend Larry elder says, he watches these MSNBC and CNN said we don't, as you guys don't have to. I've been doing that today to see what the other side is saying. And they are gloating and they're talking about the red wave that never was. But a few reminders admittedly, I'm disappointed that the House of Representatives is not the landslide that we all thought. I predicted that Republicans would probably get up to about 225 seats. That's probably not going to happen. Maybe close. But it's a slow trickle of results. That's the disappointment. But when you consider what has happened across the board, the Senate map was never favorable to Republicans in this election cycle. It was favorable to Democrats. And the Republican Party created so much momentum that we actually put the Senate in play, which is why we started hearing the conversations in the first place about the red wave. I mean, think about it. Lee Zelda may not be the governor of New York today, but the fact that he got that close in the state of blue is New York. That's amazing. And then in my home state of California, what's been awesome to watch is in congressional races for the House of Representatives throughout the state. They've had, they've had districts where they've pulled money from the Democrat, and they've had to put it in other races because things were looking so bad.

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Caller Is Ready to Vote for President Trump in 2024

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:24 min | Last month

Caller Is Ready to Vote for President Trump in 2024

"And so excited, close those borders. This is a man who loves the United States of America. He loves this country so much. Hey, put up with all this black to run in the first place. And he's getting doing it again. I admire him tremendously to get the borders closed for many reasons are teenagers die when they get one dose of fentanyl. There's no second chance for them. Yeah, Dina, you're right about that. And those borders, it's just a drug tunnel, it's insane the amount of drugs coming across the border and Biden's done absolutely nothing about that. And get us back to work somehow, you have to scrutinize those that are on the door because there's so many that are there that it's not this fake. And I don't know how you do that, but we need workers everywhere. I was out of store. And down in Canada and the man had to be flown in from Arizona to work there because they had absolutely no one to work in their store. So you're saying Trump has your vote. You believe Trump is the guy that can fix everything that's broken. Yes, yes, because he loves the country. That's the bottom line. He wants the best for us. And get China out. I mean, whatever. And he has a heart for the unborn, because they're very much alive in his book.

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Green Bay is overdue for a win; Eagles are largest of 8 road favorites in Week 9

AP News Radio

01:53 min | Last month

Green Bay is overdue for a win; Eagles are largest of 8 road favorites in Week 9

"Rob Marty AP lead NFL writer here with pro picks for week 9 the four pack is 21 and 11 this season There are 8 home underdogs this week and I don't like any of them So let's start with Green Bay minus three at Detroit Aaron Rodgers in a packers they've lost four in a row There are three and 5 for the first time since Brett Favre was in Green Bay The lions have lost 5 in a row after all that hard knocks hype The packers were competitive in Buffalo and their due for a breakout win Green Bay 30 23 Next we'll look at one of the 5 home favorites Arizona minus one against the first place Seattle Seahawks Kyler Murray has been a major disappointment in the Cardinals are one in three at home this season 11 and 17 at home under cliff Kingsbury Meanwhile Seahawks quarterback Gino Smith is thriving in his first full season as a starter since 2014 I'm not ready to hand the division to Seattle though cardinals 27 24 For my upset special the defending Super Bowl champions are plus three on the road in Tampa where they ended the Buccaneer season last year Tom Brady and the bucks are struggling They've lost 5 of 6 The offense can't score the defense's terrible coaching has been a problem The rams are only three and four and they have their own issues but I can see Aaron Donald dominating a week interior offensive line Rams 22 20 For my best bet another road favorite the LA chargers coming off a by are three point favorites against the NFC south leading Atlanta Falcons The falcons are four and four and supposed to be rebuilding instead they lead the division The Chargers are four and three and supposed to be contenders This week both teams play like it chargers 31 20 For more insight and predictions on every game check out pro picks on AP news dot com

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The Ongoing War Against the ‘Disinformation Police’

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:56 min | Last month

The Ongoing War Against the ‘Disinformation Police’

"Story is remarkable. Somebody said Charlie, we knew this all along. No, we really didn't actually. We did not know the depth and the complexity and how blatant they are. So look, here's the big takeaway. We created a vast national security bureaucracy. And they're always going to try to justify their existence. So people like Lindsey Graham and senator blumenthal and senator Murphy that kind of uni party defender defense of the national security state, they're always saying, well, you know, terrorists could be around the corner. The problem is, what happens when you have a supply and demand problem with terrorists? Well, then you have to go find new terrorists. If all of a sudden, America doesn't have as many terrorists as you think we do, and ISIS and Al-Qaeda are not as strong as they used to be, but then you've got to go find new terrorists. And those terrorists just happen to be right wingers. So terrorism has faded in the traditional sense. And thanks to left wing politics, we aren't allowed to care about our border, so they've turned on the easiest target. Imaginable. DHS, by the way, should we focus on the invasion of our country 2 million people coming into America? Not worried about whether or not someone is challenging that we send aid to Ukraine or wondering, hey, are we really systemically racist? Policing free speech, monitoring speech, spying on the public and targeting etern internal American dissidents is the new focus of this regime. So the only fix to this is admitting an acknowledging we made a mistake when we passed the Patriot Act, we made a mistake when we put the DHS into power. We need to tear down these organizations quickly because we never needed them in the first place.

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David Hoffman: A Crypto Culture Anthropologist

The Breakdown

01:19 min | Last month

David Hoffman: A Crypto Culture Anthropologist

"You describe yourself in your Twitter bio as a crypto culture anthropologist. I'd love to hear just what that specifically means to you. Yeah, sure. So I'm David Hoffman, cofounder of bankless, bank of this big media organization, largely focusing on Ethereum, but also just crypto more broadly. Trying to teach people how to live a life without banks. But banks are, of course, just the start of it. Banks are really just like the archetype for an intermediary. So what does a world look like when we have more individual power and individual control and individual influence over our own lives? And that kind of leads into the whole crypto culture, anthropologist thing. I think the thing that I specifically focus on the most, like my little niche in this broad crypto industry is the relationship between culture and code. And the way that if we design these systems to do this thing downstream, net effects of that are this kind of culture emerges out of the space. And so the very distant things culture and code are actually very much in the same spot in the same place in this world of crypto. And so I try and unpack that the most and talk about the ways that culture impacts code that code impacts culture and why it's important to be considering culture in the first place when we talk about these crypto economic systems that we all operate by.

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"one place" Discussed on Truth For Life Daily Program

Truth For Life Daily Program

05:24 min | 4 months ago

"one place" Discussed on Truth For Life Daily Program

"You have a view of God in charge of your work? Or is work another department? Under the control of a different head of the department, namely another little deity. It's God in control of your relationships. Of your comings and goings of your dating game, or is that actually in the department of another little deity? Is God in charge of the success quotient of your life and of mine? Of our aspirations and our dreams of our apparent successes of our amassing of things and have stuff, is this God of revelation in charge or have we delegated it to sub deities? To the degree that I allow anyone else or anything else to enable me to make my decisions, which I ought to make simply an obedience to God, I am violating the first commandment. When I put my job on the privileges of my task before God himself, I have begun to worship the privilege of preaching. When you worship your family as if you are going to have your family forever, you are no longer worshiping God. I want to go so far as to say that when you or I put our families, no matter how much we feel the right to be committed to our families in places that is God's alone, then we just violate the first command. Or your wife, or your husband, or your girlfriend. Or the one you're going to marry. Or your job. Let me end by turning you just a two verses. In the Old Testament, Jeremiah, and Joshua 24, God speaks to the prophet Jeremiah, and he says, I'm commanding you today. If you want to start boasting to make sure that you don't boast about these few things. There are 23. This is what the lord says, let the wise man boast of his wisdom. Or the strongman most of his strength. Or the rich man boast of his riches. But let him who bought sports about this that he understands and knows me. That I am the lord who exercises kindness and justice and righteousness on the earth for in these I delight declares the lord. Is it right to be physically fit? Definitely. Do we really need to stand in front of those mirrors all the time preening ourselves? Probably not. Is recreation wrong? Definitely not. His golf good. Depends how you play. But whenever even good things and good people take my heart, then I have ceased from obeying the first commandment. The final verse is in the book of Joshua, and if there's 24, Joshua 24, you know, the situation well. The covenant has been reviewed, Joshua has rehearsed the way that God has led his people out. He's given them a land and he's done all these things for them and then Joshua stands them up and he says, now listen verse 14 fear the lord and serve him with all faithfulness. Throw away the God your forefathers worship beyond the river and in Egypt and serve the lord. But if serving the lord seems undesirable to you, then choose for yourselves this day whom you will serve. Because the fact of the matter is, we'll serve something. Or we'll serve someone, and every one of us when we walk out of these doors this morning, we go out to serve and worship. We worship at all kinds of strains in all kinds of ways. And the question is, are you going to worship the living God? Are you going to serve these other gods? Choose whether you will serve God or whether the God you're forefather Sarah beyond the river of the gods of the amorites and whose land you're living. But as for me and my household, we will serve the lord. Can I ask you this? Where are you in relationship to this first commandment? God's law has been written on all of our consciences. But only in Christ is it written on

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"one place" Discussed on Truth For Life Daily Program

Truth For Life Daily Program

08:10 min | 4 months ago

"one place" Discussed on Truth For Life Daily Program

"Americans that I talk to use the word God with a large G to refer to a general principle of good in life. God is a cosmic principle or a God is a force or a God is whatever you want him to be. But the idea that God is self existent and he is to be feared and he is to be loved. Is nowhere in the reckoning. So we've got a paradox. And that is that while our knowledge of this God of the Bible and our knowledge of the Bible and a commitment to the core beliefs of historic Christianity, while all of those things plummet, America remains one of the most religious countries in the world. But at the expense of truth at the expense of the God of revelation at the expense of the reality of scripture at the expense of a commitment to the core beliefs that have underpinned all that built this place on the foundation in which it now stands, we're on shaky ground. That's why I say to you, these are days of great opportunity. To talk to our friends in these lines, to engage them in conversation, enough of this being known as a bunch of crazy people waving things and tramping around, we meet people one at a time, their lives are their lives, there's good, there's bad, there's problems, there's success, there's questions. There's everything by and large many of them are confused. Some have a background that is understanding these things. Some of them come from nowhere. Slogans are not going to do it. Trite expressions of the religious right will not transform men and women's life. It's going to take a painstaking commitment to engage in dialog concerning truth, concerning God, concerning the Bible and loved ones that say to you this morning, you can not do that unless you learn your Bible. Unless you know the truth and unless you're sensitive to those things. So when you see the people, you know, we had this thing on the ten commandments. Someone's going to say, oh, Bloomington commandments isn't that a drag? Well, you can say, well, they sermon was a bit of a drag to the ten commandments. They're not. No, they're okay. Why is that? And then you can start to tell them. Tell them that we must do this because of who God is and because of what God's done. Isn't that what he says here in exodus 20? He says the reason I want you to do this is because I redeemed you. I redeemed you. I am the lord your God who brought you out of Egypt out of the land of slavery and having brought them out to give them the law. Why? To redeem them? Not to frame that we have life. What has happened to us for speeder chapter one versus 18 and 19 check them, you'll find it. He says, we haven't been redeemed with corruptible things like silver and gold. We have been redeemed by the precious blood of Jesus. We have been set free, realizing we're unable to keep God's standard, casting ourselves upon God so that Christ would give to us what we do not deserve, then having been redeemed. We want to find out how to live. And number one, you shall have no other gods, before me. Okay, well, let's finally talk about gods with a small gene. What does it mean you should have no other gods before me? Or in your translation it might read besides me. Well, it would be like taking a second wife while you're first wife is still alive and well and happy to be your wife. It would be the breach of an exclusive relationship. And God says I am in an exclusive relationship with you. I have pursued you. I have redeemed you. I am your God. And therefore, you shouldn't have any other gods that take my place. Now, we need to realize and we'll see this again and again going through these ten commandments that commandments are not restricted to outward actions. But they are also relating to the disposition of our minds and our hearts. I don't know about you, but I think I come to the first commandment and I look at this and I picture scenes from subcontinents of the world with people dancing around poles or bowing down before statutes or going through elaborate incantations and rituals and mantras and so on. And I say full man. I'm glad I was born where I was born. So we don't have to really about worry about the first commandment. Because we're not into any of that stuff. I mean, we got the first commandment down. You shall have no other gods before me. Got it. I don't have any of those dumb gods. None of those idols, none of that stuff. We're not burning all that tissue paper like on the streets of Hong Kong. We're not taking perfectly good apples and oranges and leaving them there to rot. Waiting for the little deity to come by and feeling like a granny Smith some afternoon? We're not that stupid. We don't do that stuff. We've got it down. Hey, wait a minute before you go too quickly. You see, in paganism, the reason that they do all of those things in relation to God is because they believe that God exists for them. And so if they will do something for it or him or her, then he in turn will do something for them. So therefore, we come along and we do our little ceremonies. And then we seek to make God obligated to us. We see our mantras, thank God fills in for us. We do our incantations and then God does something for us. That's the view of paganism. Did you hear what I said? That's the view of paganism. That's the view of secular America. We don't know who it is. But we figure he's up there somewhere, and if we don't want to find out what you're supposed to do, then we can obligate him or her or it to us, and all will be well with us. So before we start congratulating ourselves that we've got TVs and we've got computers. Therefore, presumably, we don't have a problem with these gods with a small G listen. All of these things. All of the advances in technology and all of the improvements for which we're thankful can not mass the deep foolishness and immaturity that pervades our culture. Think about the best campuses now in the American university context. Those that are on the forefront, what are they doing? They're establishing professorial chairs for earth cults for feminine deities, and for new age nonsense. I mean, just give the brochures in check. Just check. And you'll find out it's true. What the people who put the man on the moon are thinking about worshiping the earth, all these scientific rationalists who woke up one morning at the end of the 19th century and realized that smart they could be are talking about worshiping some kind of feminine female God deity. Yeah. Why? Because when men and women ceased to believe in the God of revelation, they don't believe in nothing. They start to believe in everything. And that's where we are. It's not that men and women don't believe in God. It is that they believe in God's and any belief in Uyghurs means that we're not believing in the God of revelation. And so this morning, if the cap fits, let us wear it. Think of those of us even who profess faith in Jesus Christ, and we would want to go out and say, oh yeah, we've got this one really buttoned down. We understand this. We're not going to put any other gods in God's place. Can I ask you, do you have a comprehensive understanding of the rule of God within your life? I'm not asking you a divorce from me. I've been asking myself the question this week. Is God in charge of your Mondays? Do

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"one place" Discussed on Truth For Life Daily Program

Truth For Life Daily Program

02:46 min | 4 months ago

"one place" Discussed on Truth For Life Daily Program

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"one place" Discussed on Truth For Life Daily Program

Truth For Life Daily Program

08:06 min | 4 months ago

"one place" Discussed on Truth For Life Daily Program

"And the mirror shows us we're dirty. And you can't wash your face in the mirror, so it sends us to the solution to the problem we've encountered. So don't anybody quite a few this morning saying I've got it clear. There are ten commitments. You try and do them. If you do them God likes you, if you don't do them, God hates you, and the way to really make God like you is obey the ten commandments. No. What the ten commandments do is say, hey, I got a problem. And they don't answer the problem. They're very much go look for an answer. And you don't have to look far as you'll find out. The fourth thing to say is this, that the impact of the ten commandments on the unbeliever is to bring restraint in the civil realm. In other words, in the realm of politics and in democracy, both Britain and America share this in so far as the ten commandments have largely framed the basis of their laws. And the ten commandments are there to restrain evil. If you think about it, there is no way to restrain evil unless a society embraces a moral consensus. As soon as the society decides that it doesn't matter if you kill people, then it's the wild west. As soon as the society decides that it doesn't matter, if you steal, then it's all shocked. And the ten commandments have framed in western culture, the basis largely of the civil jurisdiction of our day. Fifthly, the ten commandments exist to bring about conviction in the theological realm. I've largely said that in terms of referring to them as a mirror. In other words, it is there that we find out that we're not all that we thought we were. And the 6th Lee, for the believer for those who are trusting in Christ, the ten commandments are there, not in order to enable us to meet requirements for God, because Jesus is the only one that can meet those requirements, but in order to enable us to walk in the fullness and freedom that our heavenly father intends. This is how it is. All of humanity has God's eternal law written in its conscience. Every man or woman boy girl made is made as a moral being. They know things are right and they know things are wrong. It is not simply environmental, they know instinctively. God has written it into conscience. But the law of God is only written on the hearts of those who trust in Christ and until I come to trust in Christ, the law of God only convicts me and only condemns me. So if you keep coming here and you are living outside of a personal relationship with God in Christ, this series in the ten commandments is either going to drive you far away from this building or in his God willing going to drive you to the wonderful discovery of faith in Christ because the law of God is written in your conscience, but it's not written in your heart. As sinners, we break the law of God. We don't delight in the law of God. It is only when he writes it in our hearts that we say I delight to do your will O lord. I delight to obey you. Your paths are the paths of righteousness and all your ways or peace. More to be desired than gold or your laws and your statutes. They rejoice my heart. That is a radical transformation. And for the believer, that's what the ten commandments are. The law of God shows me as I'm a sinner, sends me to Christ for Salvation. Christ returns me to the law in order to frame my way of life. The spirit of God works within my heart, says come on, now you want to love the lord your God with all your heart and soul, your mind, your strength, how do I do it? The first four commandments and your neighbors yourself, how do I do it the last 6 commandments? Now having said all of that, let me say a couple of things about God with a large G, gods with ouija, and then .2 of application. Okay? Number one, God, with a large G I am, he says, the lord your God. Who brought you out of Egypt out of the land of slavery, you shall have no other gods. The preamble, you see, is vital to understanding the laws. In the same way that the preamble of the constitution is a very important preamble because it sets up what is about to follow. We, the people of the United States of America believing that this and this and this and this and this, do here by do this, see? And so what happens with the ten commandments is people on earth them from the context. All they hear is the you shall divorce from the I am. And it is the I am that gives foundation to the you shall. I remember 1972, I was standing on a wall in Trafalgar Square. It was a huge mass of people there. It was a festival of light rally. Thousands of people from all over the Great Britain had come to a stand around the statue there of Nelson in Trafalgar Square. And I was standing up on a wall as a vantage point. I heard a voice behind me saying, get down from the wall. I spun around, I said, who says? That wasn't smart. The man was dressed in blue, and he had a helmet that went up like this. It wasn't one of my buddies that said get down, it was the law. And this is what he said. I am the policeman. You shall get down. Okay? Now, God, you see. Is the one who says, I am God. And because I am, you shall. Now, the problem for us in our arrogant little tyrannies in which most of us live is that we don't like anybody telling us what to do. Anybody. We don't want our moms and dads to do it. We don't want our bosses to do it. We don't want our teachers to do it. We don't want policemen to do it. We don't want anyone to do it. And the reason that we're such a rebellious group of people is because we haven't settled it at the level of commandment number one. The reason for the incipient rebelliousness that pervades our culture is because we've missed it here back here. We get this right, then other things fall into place. You see, I am your mom, you shall clean your room. Answer, I don't care. Because all authority is derived from the authority of almighty God who says, I am God. Therefore you shall. Now, let's see these couple of things about God. Why should we put God first? Answer because of who he is. Because of who he is, what we have here in scripture is the statement that God has revealed himself that he is the creator. The heavens declare the glory of God and the firm of ensures his handiwork. You look up at the ceiling and it's fantastic, right? You look up at this and you say, I can't believe the Americans go to all those lights in and symmetry and they come on and they go off and you say, there are somebody really smart, did this. And rightly so. You stand out on a starlit night and look up into the vastness. And in your heart, because God has said eternity in your hearts, you're saying to yourself, somebody bigger than me did this. The samus says, I'm a 103, no yee, that the lord, he is God. It is he who has made us and not we ourselves, we are his people and the sheep of his pasture.

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"one place" Discussed on Truth For Life Daily Program

Truth For Life Daily Program

06:36 min | 4 months ago

"one place" Discussed on Truth For Life Daily Program

"Welcome to truth for life. Today we're beginning our encore 2022 series, these are listener favorites from the past year or so, and our first message is titled who takes first place. It's from a series on the ten commandments. By nature we are opposed to having rules and restrictions on our lives, but we need to rethink the ten commandments. It's not a list of dos and don'ts given to deprive us of our fun and freedom. Alistair begg explains today how God's laws are actually a pathway to freedom. I invite you to take your bibles and will turn to the book of exodus and to chapter 20, as we both seek to consider the first of these ten commandments and also to give something of an introduction to the commandments in general. Exodus chapter 20 and verse three reads as following, you shall have no other gods before me or besides me. There's an interesting change it would seem to me taking place in many parts of our world, not least of all here in the context of the United States of America. Perhaps this is your experience also, but I find that people have no problem whatsoever about being prepared to listen or to read or to talk about spiritual things. Indeed, there seems to be a widespread interest in religion. So much so, that people are prepared to listen to just about any one or anything. That is the bad side of it. The rise of Islam, the inroads of all kinds of mystical elements that attach themselves to the new age movement are indicative of this very thing. And at the very same time, large segments of Christendom that which represents, if you like, historic Christianity, appears happy, simply to set up their booths as it were on the corridors of time alongside all these other little displays of the various religious options. And so we live in this kind of syncretistic pluralistic culture where men and women are increasingly interested in religion and at the same time decreasingly interested in doing anything that makes demands upon them. I believe a door of opportunity is opening for us. An opportunity for us to share with people that there is something that they need, albeit not something that they want. Indeed, that what they want is actually a mirage and that what they need is something very real. Time Magazine in the work of the previous editor in chief, a man by the name of grunwald, who was also ambassador to Austria, wrote an article titled the year 2000, is at the end or just the beginning. And in it, he writes, we are beset by a whole range of discontents and confusions. For a great many that dunghill has become a natural habitat. Observers of depravity would be stunned by the chaos of manners and speech. This is a secular man. He says, if someone observing us from a different vantage point, where to see the chaos in manners and in speech, they would be absolutely flabbergasted at the same time. He says they would be equally shocked by the Haley ubiquity of crime. They almost democratic availability of drugs. By the new varieties of decadence, rock songs about rape and suicide pornography at the corner newsstand says the man we are witnessing the end or at least the decline of an age of unbelief and beginning what may be a new age of faith. Now, before we jump up and go, this is terrific, you have to understand what this means. What he's seeing is that the materialistic mechanistic worldview, which is pervaded man in a quest, a kind of rationalistic scientific quest for utopia has fizzled out. They fired the rocket up. It ended, it has now begun to come on a parabola down. It's going to hit the ground. And so having decided that there's nothing there, now we're going to get into faith. The fact of the matter is, though, this is faith in faith. This is not faith that has to do with the object of faith whereby the ground of what we trust in gives credibility to our faith, but rather is just faith and faith. So people are happy to talk about faith. I wish I had your faith and isn't it good to have faith and I'm glad I have faith. Nobody knows what they're talking about. But they just use this word. And they read it in Time Magazine or newsweek and they say, that's it. That's what we're into now. Well says the writer, we will need a new sense of drive and less emphasis on our rights and more on our responsibilities. There's another Bible. This is just a secular commentator. This is just a man looking over the panorama of the human scene. And he says, we have given wide range to living on the basis of rights. Now we better think responsibilities. That's why I say it's timely for us to consider the decalogue, the ten commandments, because here God expresses the responsibilities, which he chooses to lay on men and women. Secularism, secularism, has not blossomed into the beauty that was offered up. And if you're a believer this morning, you understand this. You had to read your newspaper, you had to read your Bible, you ought to think these things out and be prepared to go out on a Monday and challenge the thought forms of our generation. Grunwald says we have gradually dissolved. We have deconstructed the human being into a bundle of reflexes impulses, neuroses, and nerve endings. It's true. Man is just a cosmic monkey. Man is now a turbo charged ape. And men and women are confused. They're really confused. And I believe men are really interested in

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"one place" Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show

The Sean Salisbury Show

06:51 min | 1 year ago

"one place" Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show

"Were playing poorly. I wondered what was going to happen if they were going to be able to. Keep cleveland from brennan. The clock because figured that is get the ball in the way. They're running the ball. Cain city couldn't i didn't think their defense get off the field chiefs evens terror right. Yeah i i didn't think they could so for me. it was. I was impressive. Cleveland cleveland going to be dangerous but don't know people who quit on pittsburgh mistake because even at halftime i'm like they look bad bingo there. You go so texans take care of their business win seven one three two one two five seven thousand nine hundred. And what's not to like about tyrod taylor. This is exactly why they brought him here and at this stage. I'm just telling you. He's more patient than the shawn. Watson is not nearly as spectacular. Yesterday he was sports. Talk seven ninety. Back to the sean salads berry show on sports talk seven nine hundred houston astros your rockets your voice seven three two two five seven ninety your thoughts on what you saw the texans yesterday. Here's with tyrod. Taylor said about him number. Fifteen to tyler. And i just i do. I've always loved his approach and professionalism and yesterday he was about him the way he played but he sure as hell doesn't make it about him. I was fine There's never about me it's about coming out and doing whatever it takes to detain win and ultimately we came came away today with the win and that's always fun I was excited. It was good to have stadium. I mean last year planning la. We didn't have any fast home in any of their home games just to have the atmosphere back was definitely fun. And i'm looking forward to each and every week just being able to play with a great group of guys who got in the locker room and compete him. That's tyrod taylor. And i was just impressed with the way he handled. His business is impressed with the defensive and offensive game plan. So i'll ask you guys the number one takeaway for you yesterday aside from the opponent. It's not very good clean football. That's that's the most important thing. Because i think that's what they have to do more than anything else as to play like he's clean and maybe the the other takeaways that did create the turnovers i i do. Wonder it's me out loud when they play teams. That aren't gonna turn the ball over as much that will protect their quarterback more. How do they win or teams that have defensive fronts. That are gonna shut down. They ran the ball well yesterday too but i would say the number one thing that stands out as they were able to play clean football day and they really didn't make was it outside of that i draw. I mean they didn't make of mistakes they just didn't which is that's how you win and think about you. Were talking about mistakes and how important you know. Non three announcer or try to keep your punter on the sideline. The cleveland browns and the kansas city chiefs. Until late in the game that had done that in punt till the fourth quarter cleveland. Cancer at one point and then the then the guy drops lit laze around. I mean unbelievable. He hadn't plotted the whole game. Comes out there and i was. It wasn't cold in kansas city. Gotta secure the football tyler. What's your takeaway away as the game was going on or as you leave the game. I think just tyrod taylor being able to throw the ball downfield. I saw good couple attempts. Obviously the fifty two yard pass That set up the amendola touchdown. But i mean just looking at the stats. Average is eight point eight yards pass. That's pretty damn good. Passer rating was one point. One also pretty damn good. All of that of that elite be close leading the league. This year may be a top three. I mean that's obviously we're way ahead of that but efficient. They had what almost four i guess they had four hundred and fifty four and forty nine told yards. Here's here's the staff that stood out the most to things on the negative side. If you'd find a team you better be able to understand that. If you find a quarterback who's really efficient moving coverage around you're going to face somebody you're going to have to give him a. Can you generate pressure plan zone all the time. That's what that's what. I got to see against quarterback. Who's a veteran. And really good. If you're just gonna rush for and not pressure them with those guys who you have to blitz degenerate pressure against a good quarterback if probably being a little more trouble but as long as you can pressure and force turnovers and not be out of position. One thing i loved yesterday. They were in position most of the time and knew what they were doing. And even if it's two or three yards mean the read interception. I mean the way that they played if not spectacular because they didn't like you watch arizona like chandler jones five sacks. Oh my gosh. that's making rest challenge title there you go. We got a little bit of the league. Tj's already three behind him. J. watt right but the other the other side of it is that if you stay home and make in right position tackle. They tackled so much better yesterday. Then you're gonna have a chance to win a lot especially when you protect the ball on one side and get turnovers on the other. But you're going to have to generate pressure on the other side not allow quarterback to get locked into other plans on the whole time. We're going to get him. The staff that stood out the most to me yesterday. And you know how. I feel about rushing attempts. Big plays they made. They made efficient place at one. Point time i think that they had six consecutive third down conversions. I think which you don't expect right based on their history goes back to what does he do instead of force in the big play. Tyrod taylor gets the simple one and then was good enough yesterday to make the big play. Forty one rushes to sixteen now. I understand jacksonville mayor chase. Yeah and they're going to throw a lot but that also is a tribute to the texans. They jumped out hit. Some big plays cooks played good football yesterday and they made some big home runs but they ran it forty one times which we knew going in was going to be that but forty one rushing attempts and he threw the ball thirty three times. They play a bunch of snaps. Seventy four snaps like college football. That's probably more than they will average by at least one snaps. You're talking next week. Against cleveland go. Go watch them and they're going to run the ball. They're going to run the ball against the texans and they're gonna milk the hell that clock. I would imagine the average last year. Sixty some snaps at team only get them in the averages i would imagine the. Nfl average is in. This is in the low sixties is my guess. I haven't looked. But when you get seventy plus snaps and win turnover battle. You're gonna win a lot of games. The total plays for. They ran at sixteen times and throw it fifty one sixty seven until there's one team last year that ever seventy snapped per game on the offensive side. It was chargers. The.

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"one place" Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show

The Sean Salisbury Show

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"one place" Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show

"People with your is. This starts training. Seventh graders and trevor lawrence like i said we'll be special but you're when you're young like that and your first start you lock in because you don't want to be late making a throw. So what do you do you stare guy down or two or three. And what are these great players. Do they drive to the football. Because there is in zones for anybody who doesn't understand that in zone coverage defenses is watch the quarterback in man coverage the defensive players is are on the man. They don't watch the quarterback so when you play a lot of zone. The quarterback has to be very Sly and smart with his eyes. You almost have to be a the ability to understand where your guys are and to move people out of areas. You wanna throw the football. And if they're in the area you staring to that area. And then you go somewhere else and trevor lawrence will learn that over the course of his career. Tyrod taylor was efficient. If not explosive they ran the ball. Good enough all three dudes and even birkhead catches bug dead. What he what we expect him every now and again to catch a ball of flat and make a play. They had everybody involved. They made the big play. And i don't know if we're going to see them. Hang close to forty again this year. But i what jacksonville against i don't wanna hear is people i know like i said i know the naysayers are going to say. Yeah but they played a team that sucked. But i look at it as well. Thank if sucked like the team. They played it sucked. Then we'd really have. They took care of their business in a day when they should have one at home and they did and they just didn't win. Thirteen to ten day manhandled jacksonville in every way possible in the football game and now they know what they got. They're going to get an angry team. They're going to get a team. That should have one and be kansas city. Today they had them they had them dead deride success little plays on the road in a hostile environment and they got beat so they will go back to work and try to get it because they can't go down and the cleveland. Browns are a playoff team so the the ability to stay focused on this and they will feed off the good and the negative. the negative. there wasn't a lot now. they'll watch it on tape and they'll see things. A guy moved here was out of position here. Or why did trevor lawrence make this throw. You gotta be able to get here but if you could turn it over win that battle all the time the the turnover battle and your protect the football. Listen here think about some of these games. Now brady threw fifty times and one and a few other guys. Had one other quarterback yesterday was up in the forties and one. I think herbert through forty seven times prescott. Fifty eight lost. I've never had to throw it in the weekend. How many times guys through a tunnel past. Timmy hell tyrod through thirty thirty. S prescott fifty-eight lost josh allen. Fifty one lost cousins. Forty nine loss gov fifty seven loss trevor lawrence fifty one lost and when you hand the ball off and are efficient. Throwing look at jameis. Winston had the best game. I've ever seen a quarterback cowboy through for a buck forty eight cassidy throw twenty fourteen at twenty but was efficient. My favorite play about this. And we're gonna go break. We'll come back my favorite player. You watch the saints game. Yesterday it was first and ten with about three thirty seven. I think to go in the first quarter drops back. Milks milks at the pocket stays there. He's got plenty of time. The old james swinson. I swear to you. I'm sitting there watching this game in the right when he threw the ball landed twenty yards out of bounce. After the old jameis winston would've tried to force some deep route. Four seconds late. This is the sean payton effect. He didn't like throw it out of bounds. Be efficient with the football if they do that. The new orleans saints aaron rodgers that agreement actors look disinterested yesterday got their ass kicked but here in huston a lot to discuss seven one three two one two five seven ninety. The texans team was impressive. Now are we put them in the super bowl. No are eight guys. Go into the pro bowl today. No but i can tell you this if you didn't like this. Well let's see him against cleveland. All right then let him against the next team. I would feast off this. And if i'm them they got to get over it quickly but enjoy the tape today. If you're the texans because a win like that can get you rolling. It one thing that did show true of veteran team. That doesn't make mistakes is in every game. We saw it and pittsburgh coming from behind one of those days yesterday in the end. The texans enjoy.

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"one place" Discussed on Stacking The Box, an NFL Podcast

Stacking The Box, an NFL Podcast

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"one place" Discussed on Stacking The Box, an NFL Podcast

"That has never won a super bowl. That i think has the best chance to win one this year. And that's the cleveland browns. And if you've listened to this podcast since we launched it back in march you know absolutely head over heels all in on the cleveland browns. This year. I'm all in on general manager andrew berry in the job that he's done over the course of offseason this off season because i think baker mayfield is a guy that has got as it comes a quarterback he is taxing comes for defense to defend of anybody in the league. Not named patrick mahomes. Not just because he can make all the throws but because he's a threat to run for a first down. Every time he scrambles and it can make plays out of the pocket so i look at baker mayfield and the fact that he's getting odell beckham junior bag that he already has jarvis landry and the browns offense has the potential to really level up this year. When you look at the two running backs that they have in the backfield maybe the best overall rushing attack in the entire nfl. So i look at them. And i looked at the browns and at what happened last year in the postseason when they lost to the kansas city chiefs in the divisional round when andrew berry went and he watched what happened to the kansas city chiefs in the super bowl against the buccaneers. He figured out what they needed to do when they went out and they did john. Johnson was an awesome addition to the back end of that defense. He's one of those hybrid linebacker safety types. You can get you. One hundred twenty tackles can intercept two or three passes but in a seventeen game schedule he might get you. One hundred forty tackles. He's that good. He's that much of a difference maker. he's that much of an impact player. On a defense. There was close to being one of the best in the league. To begin with went out they needed pass rush help. They needed to be able to stop the run. They needed somebody to plug opposite of myles garrett then went out and they got cloudy. So that's all about stopping patrick mahomes. It's about stopping patrick. Mahomes from stepping up in the pocket and running for first downs. It's about pressuring mahomes in big spots. And he might not be the.

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"one place" Discussed on Stacking The Box, an NFL Podcast

Stacking The Box, an NFL Podcast

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"one place" Discussed on Stacking The Box, an NFL Podcast

"Love. He's not winning more than seven or eight games. I'm sorry it's just not happening. The packers can be as optimistic as they want. Brand good can be as dug in as he feels. He needs to be that he was right about your love if love is the quarterback one if he's the quarterback by week seventeen. The packers aren't a playoff team. But i'm very bullish on. Jared goff finding that next year in detroit. And that's one thing. But the roster around jared goff to me is as talented isn't as close to being a playoff however team as the minnesota. Vikings are and. I think that they have the best chance of any of the nfc teams that have never won a super bowl of going and making that list or at least making a run at getting the super bowl for the first time this year. Then you flip the page over to the afc. And it's a much tougher gauntlet. Because i really believe. And i've said this many times that as long as patrick mahomes and andy rita together the kansas city chiefs of the prohibitive favorites to go to and win the super bowl. So if you're in the afc there's a chance but you gotta have your a game in the afc title game likely in arrowhead against the kansas city chiefs to to the super bowl. Let alone when it wants to get there. But the teen to me number three overall in this list and number three among afc contenders the tennessee. Titans because how can you not love with. The titans have done this off season. They go out then. One of the premier wide receivers in the nfl in julio jones who some scouts boy is still via best wide receiver dropped minimum offense with aj brown derrick henry and an ascending quarterback ryan tannehill coming off the best two year stretch of his career. Ten hell's going to be better ten hell was going to take another step forward. This season having julio jones on one side having aj brown on the other. Having derrick henry in the backfield the titans are a team that i think can make a real run especially because of their offense..

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"one place" Discussed on Stacking The Box, an NFL Podcast

Stacking The Box, an NFL Podcast

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"one place" Discussed on Stacking The Box, an NFL Podcast

"Of none with one subscription get stacking the box and the met lombardo show and of course we love those five star. Reviews really helped grow the show. Let me know what you like. What you don't like and some guests might want to hear from. I'll go out and try to get them in. Of course february. Twenty twenty two is super bowl. Fifty six taking place in los angeles and you know the teams that are the favorites to go there. You know the mall by now. I don't know that there's a more complete team in the league in the tampa. bay buccaneers. There might not be a more dominant and explosive team. The kansas city chiefs. I think there's a real chance we get a super bowl. Repeat matchup in february. But i think it'd be a lot of fun today as i approach my summer vacation. Recharging the batteries before the football season really kicks into gear with training camps before the season gets her. You know it's common out like a jail on rails. It's going to be here before you know it. I thought it would be a lot of fun to look around at the teams that have never won a super bowl and look at the four. That have the best chance to hoist the lombardi trophy for the first time next february and the top of that list at number four. We're going to go reverse order worst to first if you will. I put the minnesota vikings and there aren't that many teams on the nfc side of the docket that have never won a super bowl and there are even fewer in my opinion that have a chance to break that drought. I think the vikings are right there at the top of that list. I mean you look at the candidates you can throw him in the hat and pick one. The vikings are much better position than the carolina. Panthers the detroit lions the atlanta falcons and the arizona cardinals just because of their quarterback situation. I went to dalvand coke. He might be the most dominant running back in the entire league. Just in jefferson came in and was a rockstar as a rookie last season and watching what he did in your one justin jefferson in my opinion has perennial all pro potential at the wide receiver position and of kirk cousins. Winds up being the guy. Long-term justin jefferson is going to develop into his favorite weapon. And i really don't think that anyone the nfc especially in the nfc north touches the packers or touches the tampa bay buccaneers in terms of talent in terms of depth than what comes to the packers especially if aaron rodgers is the quarterback and he's behind senator in september. Who knows if that's going to happen. But if rogers isn't if he decides that he's just had enough that he's gonna retire that he's gonna take a year off fines be damned giving back signing bonus perorated salary be damned forfeiting his twenty twenty one salary be damned if aaron rodgers steps away somebody to win.

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"one place" Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show

The Sean Salisbury Show

09:16 min | 1 year ago

"one place" Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show

"Guy comes up to dopey messing with money like i said. I'm not taking it back if they got thirty days. I like your own tyler. I got one last good like empty set thirty days if i turned that bad bad boy and twenty nine days and twenty two hours still under the thirty thirty day but the problem is don't come back with pit stains on it right the odor and stains what eventual what ended up happening so he came back. He came to our starring basically said man. I came all the way from the gallery at a return. This which tells me one thing. There's a lids locker room and the galleria. The only reason you came from gallery is because they also told you know. We're not taking it back so once. We had mostly geared to kick him out. He didn't come back. I'm just like dude. You cannot be this dumb and try to passes office. Like oh i didn't wear it. Okay so let me ask you this. Who's jersey wasn't steve. Nash throwback phoenix suns. So we'll wait a minute. The sons are in it. But nash out of it nationals. Air as the coach. He's out of it. Well what did he. What was his reasoning for bringing back. Oh it didn't fit right bro. You clearly warrant several fit right. Hey about center house app. Tich use to the logical. I'll take out. I'll take that. That's that's a good one all right. Mc what you got So i will go to complain about my toe. But i've done playing about that actually able to put a little bit of pressure on again which is feels kind of nice I'm going to go to baseball and friday night. Minute maid park is really about the whole weekend. We keep doing this every single time. They play new opponent. Announcers teams say dumb ass. Things down into the corner at goes land. Plucks it out of the corner yells around added he say. Walk on an rbi double from the oregon alvarez houston wins to odd game two of this series. Fortunately hung another slider and alvarez. Didn't miss it makes you wonder i mean they were all over the sliders. That is the voice of former big leaguer. Recent former bigly gordon beckham who's played in the astros division. By the way the last two years of his career briefly with the mariners. he knows the astros. He knows how good they are but instead of saying well why do you keep throwing the slider. He said makes you think gordon beckham took to twitter the next morning because i saw this. This is also by the way after the white sox Tv crew for the pre-game show is in their studio before they tossed to a game. When ozzy gi and whoever the hill the clowns are that they have in there and they literally bring out a trash can and they're banging and they're saying we're having a little fun and the dumb ass host is sitting there saying. I was going to do this but my wife would let me because i've got a vibrating band aid on bleep. Out of here with your crap. I'm so sick of it. Gordon beckham took to twitter said brantley thrown slider almost left the art gurria throwing a slider. It was laced to center alvarez throw a slider at the end of the game makes you wonder as my way of asking. Why the guys Why the guys kept going to to it. Simple as that folks won't then say that idiot don't say makes you wonder we know what you're insinuating. You ask your up there doing the same thing that twitter doing left and right spewing a bunch of crap in a sport that you played in an era that you know is littered literally with sign stealing so bleep. Off with your crap. Excuse we all know what you're insinuating and move on with your lives. Your team cheated to. Oh by the way you're white sox team has literally been rooted in cheating. They have been had players. Admit to stealing signs electronially relaying them via the scoreboard in the eighties. So screw off it off if he really wanted to be if he's going to do it the right way instead of saying makes you wonder just say it. Say if you're gonna if you're gonna say makes you wonder just flat ask them up and say well. I think they're cheating still or i think cheating and they're the only ones do it. If you got the balls to do it step up and say it. Don't don't don't let people guess although there was no guessing involved. Let me ask you this along with that. At some point in time as astros fans win do when do we is astros. Fans get over it. Not worried about with these idiots are saying it's not so lightly stupid and lazy right. Don't you think they know though that it's going to get under their skin. I mean if they think it's getting on the players snow. I'm talking about the fans skin. Worst they know it. They're looking for reaction. That's fine like i. But i if they keep saying you say something. That's a dumb ass statement. I've got no problem with people. Klatten bag at all. There's no doubt. I just the greatest satisfaction as astros fans and players. You should get. Is this the way they're playing now. That is the way but i get their frustration. 'cause part of mine was going to be. You gotta be more creative. They're not as tight as symptom that the nbc white sox pre game show. I know you'd mentioned if they had done it. You gotta be a bit more creative than bringing a trash can on the set. They know how old i mean. There's gotta be something more to your creativity than buying into what everybody else. If you're gonna claim do something really create if you really want me to buy into an actually give you a pass for doing some stupid. Just as a guy. Just have somebody come up there with the taste and really when we our buzzer to play the astros basketball. Like i'll laugh at that. Yeah make me laugh somehow. Someway that would be That would be nice. If you're gonna do make say okay. That was funny even though they suck it was funny But i you know the moment part of it and you know the astros can moan less the fans because well it's pissing people you just got your ass swept four straight four straight If you're in chicago from a team that a well well maybe better better right guys maybe better get clutch hits when it matters meaning the opposing team so i got a lot of respect for the white sox players but the constant barrage of out. Here we go again is just. It's tired and maybe you wanna change your philosophy gear posing city. It's not working your your approach to the astros and thinking if it's not working they're handling every trash can you hit and every stupid ass comet you make and every insinuation you make and they just keep stepping up their game tyler. Anybody on the line but before we go to break fake sure. I didn't miss anybody now. We are good at seven one. Three two one two five seven ninety. If you want to chime in. We'll let you if you've got a mon on a monday here early. Monday morning On the sean salisbury. Show great to have you back in hope. You guys had an awesome father's day if you've got to spend with Pops that's a good deal or if your dad with your kids sportstalk. Seven ninety sean south ratio houston safe. Unlock more focused today on the locks on your door you know the pass had to go out of town and you sit there and wonder i understand if you're living in an apartment. You have an apartment gridlock. And you you feel safe. I get that comes with it. But if you're living at home and you travel or you got apartment blocks in your home protecting your home and your valuables. I would suggest that you take care of it at just at least go. See my guy fred. Trotter houston safe and lock you visit houston safe and lock dot net or king safe and dot com. Visit him and let him walk you through. Wyatt's so imperative. Import burglaries the number one crime. 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"one place" Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show

The Sean Salisbury Show

07:26 min | 1 year ago

"one place" Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show

"Discuss this just for fun. The daryl morey raphel stone What could have happened and what would have happened. This franchise had to happen before i do. I ask you guys this question. Who's the most valuable player on the astros right now. Probably jose altuve. I would That's a tough one. You can also give you Endorsement right there. That there's three everybody talks about. How often modern blue don's hitting really well. The pictures have each held. Their own mccullers have done really well has been amazes back to kyle tucker's power healthy michael brantley insistent on the injury. I mean you know the being out for a minute maid. He's only hitting three hundred forty one that's think about. That's what i'm saying. That's why i ask the question. This is not easy. I would've where i would have gone i. He's making all the all this i mean. He's doing everything in terms of leadership. He's this is where you get caught up. Actually into the word of value. The leadership aspect of defensive aspect. I mean he's got the whole package goal right now. I and i understand if there's three other choices from other people get it like we've just set here michigan five dudes bad eddie. Know what the crazy thing about. It is the guy that i guarantee you that everybody on this show when we did our preseason okay who who would finish the highest in the mvp voting in two thousand and twenty one. On the astros. Bregman name would have come up more than anybody's period and it did it did and here. We are in steve sparks. Hear them. say when you're talking about nasty and your fierce player at the plate Isn't even in the mention that tells you how good this team is. And just how good that guy is. I mean he's a player what he's one hundred percent. He is fantastic and he's not even in the conversation when it comes to who's the astros. Mvp normally would a teams go. Like if i say okay. who's the. Mvp in toronto. What would you say lobby. Line growth. Right doubted yeah about the angels showroom. Right i mean normally otani right now. Yeah so the good teams go around for them you can now. There's also that thing that will we get a lot of guys doing some sometimes. There's one guy who sticks on this astros team if you ask you may get five different names three weeks ago a month ago. If you remember on this show oh you'll he's gonna finish the top five in we were talking about the mvp and really get the pub possible. You're talking about starting in the all star game all those things. Now it's korea. It's been out to the hell. Would maldonado does not statistically. it's not him but just for his value to the team. You mentioned the word value. I mean tucker. Home runs and rbi's of his avatar. Some of those hits would have fallen early on good gracious. Michael brantley like i said could lead the league hitting a you. Go your john's like you're you're probably your biggest. What's the word i'm looking at me like. Oh my bigger than life hitter in the batter's box who is just can rake but i- correa probably i out too but man i don't. I don't think it's a great argument to have so. I just wanted to run that by gays and see where you were as we head towards mid point of the season and if you brushing at least al did what he stay healthy and can carlos correa a handle all this stuff that's going on because when you're dealing with three hundred million dollars or around there whatever were discussing just us talking pressure mounts and a normal human being some. That aren't normal. They step their game up and play to a level of like. Wow that's inhuman and he's playing a tremendous top level now and then others can't handle it. He's handled it and so if we had the question at least into half the season we've seen him in postseason moments when it comes to money that's different the different egg and he is doing everything he can to keep himself if this continues in major league baseball. Mvp talk and I don't know if it's possibly to say quietly but he's kind of emerged. Whoa and here. He is on a team. That is the best team in the american league. And quite frankly many. If you're watching it closely you'd be hard pressed to say. They're as good as any team in baseball and they're proving it. This ben simmons the harden simmons but it goes back to rebel stone and coach silence the net group in an ownership. What would have happened to this franchise of ben simmons was here. I mean their ability to navigate through this period of rebuilding would be completely hampered by his massive contract. You wouldn't be like impossible. Because they're going to have enough room on the books but they would have been stuck with an albatross of a contract and it would have set the rebuild back by literal years because it is so decade. You can't move like nobody can move this guy. If the seventy sixers want to move him this off season you would have to attach draft picks with him. The rockets would have been stuck with that. They would have been stuck with a guy who literally can't do anything in their offense. They can get away of what she's scared to do. And he's making massive money in you would have to trade away draft s. That you just got to get rid of them. Yeah and and and then guys for him now. How's he going to rick. I mentioned it. How do you recover in the locker room from this. How how do you not the fact that we all knew he couldn't shoot. Nobody said dude. What are you doing. pass up. A twenty five footer contested. When you've got other people need to shoot it on your team but no guy in the league. Passers this up guys. It's a dunk at the rim for a six ten guy over six foot player. That really wasn't there to stop it. There's no way that i mean that's as easy as it will ever get by. It will never get an ease and think about all the stuff all the money. You're getting paid and we question you're shooting and you got an opportunity. I'll just finish the fact that you tried to didn't even attempt it. He didn't want to look at the rim. And i don't know whether to say you're that you're so week. What a what a bitch ass move or to say. This is deep seated stuff. I mean why. Why don't you finish now. I don't know we make a big deal of it. I would say no. Why because in the locker room. They're not they're making a huge deal of it. And doc rivers can't even you're not even committed to four years in one hundred forty million left on a contract i've seen. Can't he be the guy. I don't know if your question that i'll tell you what if you're questioning. He's not the guy and then the other side of it is. You're like when you're you're superstar. Mvp type centers like well quite quite honestly the turning point or the difference was not that. I don't let me find out a way to say this. We and he said we when he knew he exempt talking benefits. You lose that respect you guys. I don't know how you get it back in the locker room. And i don't know if you're a front office how doc rivers walk into darryl maurice office looks face and says we got a chance with this..

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"one place" Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show

The Sean Salisbury Show

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"one place" Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show

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"one place" Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show

The Sean Salisbury Show

08:23 min | 1 year ago

"one place" Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show

"Number. Sports thoughts seven ninety joined by broadcaster for his weekly visit. Steve sparks steve. Welcome in and how difficult is it as a professional baseball player or athlete to play and relevant your place so good against great teams and then to be able to keep your focus when you're playing teams you're supposed to be. Is it difficult what we get to that. Can i have a different interest song. I i wasn't feeling that one. All right tyler. How 'bout stepping up your frigging game the gas when you are tyler tyler. You know who you are. You're the ben. Simmons of the sean. That's rude how how. How does it's raining. Men sound sparky a them fighting. Words see there. You go steve. I'm so sorry you know we we try to elevate our show when you come on you elevated. We've tried to take it every day to day level and then we get tyler who has an opportunity for a duck in finish at the rim and pass it up bitch. I'm gonna. I'm gonna plow through but look at the on record right now stephen. It's so hard to stay focused when you come on as a guest and a guy just completely lays every just screws. The pooch right. You gotta stay focused trading. How are you going to get through this. I'm gonna work at it just like the app. Give steve give me some good coach. Speak real quick. I gotta do it. Steve. we cannot take the orioles further vantage to pay attention disease. Kale everything day to practice. Like you play and play like you practice. Are you gonna take what did that. You're gonna take one pitch at a time. Steve probably pick. And yeah Is this a good team. You think i said last week steve. We had you on obviously early in the weekend by friday was saying that i felt that in a long series and i know we're a long way away for that but in a seven game series. Find me teams better right now and i believed that i didn't know they were going to sweep the white sox but i and this is a team that's injured and overcome and benches playing better steve. You've seen what toro and mccormack's added something. We've seen mile straws elevated his players a start. I mean there's been some good things bullpens elevated a bit. We've seen the starting pitching go deep so with that. It's easy steve to get up right. I mean on these things but your insight on how is it to stay up against teams. You're supposed to be well. They're not gonna sleep. Walk in july and august this year on the road like every team does because it's almost impossible in a long season not to feel tired when you get in at three in the morning and you're you're change time zones and you walk into a place but there's a there's a little alarm clock there now. It's called the fan in all these stadiums that are booing them and Getting them up for every season. So there's no sleepwalking. Into thousand twenty one for the ashford and that's what makes a really dangerous. I think you go into any city right now. That's hostile environment. And they're not they're not going to lay down so they're going to keep the pressure on that only they're not gonna lay down for any particular game. They're not gonna lay down in particular inning when they're up by five runs all right. Yeah and make the pretty found no doubt steve. Sparks joined steve eleven. Thirteen seven in a row. In what was. I mean plus. We looked over in. You discussed this. We have on this show their the home stand with the white sox prior when you had to do with the red sox at home and then you know with the padres and the dodgers and then go on the road and play toronto in a red sox at your back and play the white sox at home in pretty impressive so with that in mind. What's been your through that difficult. Stand at home and on the road. Was there something you had mentioned a couple of weeks ago. Defense was there something made even over this past week and these four games. That was your favorite thing you saw with the ballclub. The one thing that sticks out to me more than anything else is the way. Martine maldonado calls the game in runs the pitching staff and when the astros score a couple of run just three runs. What's for the little subtle things like soda. First-pitch breaking ball the next innings. The other team can't get that momentum back by ambushing you fast ball right away. Does little things that that are really subtle that keeps the the momentum in the astros favor. And i love i love the way calls a game and it works with staff and you know every once in a while. He'll stand up and he'll fire one back at at bell in all of a sudden vowed that back up you know if he does a couple of pitchers out of the zone. He's not really concentrating. You can tell just seems a little maldonado's doing to keep everybody on track and during the spanish at their own right now. The entire staff has era under two. They're bashing this team's gonna continue to to rake but I love the way. Maldonado keeps it together and i love when a catcher is pissed like that steven at the message is as to the fans in the stands. You know you're in between you're talking you watch on tv and you get to see it because you watch it closely as that. Rip it back to the pitcher to say dude. Don't make me come out there. i wake up. I'm not wasting a visit but almost all back to you just as hard as you through to me and and we'll move on. I love that message. Stephen concerned he had. He's admitted that he hadn't been himself now. With the quad injury. The lingering part of this team good enough to overcome long stints of injury. Like a guy like bregman. Can they win the whole thing if he's up and down the whole year well if they're getting healthy by the playoffs think that's the main thing is i. I haven't felt and he said i'm not speaking out of turn. I hadn't felt he's been a healthy than the nineteen. Just something doesn't seem right to me. You know just doesn't feel like you've been as usual stuff we're It doesn't look athletic. And agile and all the things that we've seen in the past. He just looks like he's holding back from something that i've always felt like it was something tightened his hamstring. And that's speculation. But the other thing is is he said that he has all right mill last year and a half and you could tell so Our eyes aren't lying so we know we need Bregman to get healthy and you know the hamstring in the quarter connected. If one's getting really strong there is a good chance the other one there's a deficiency there and if you try to burst and beat out a double play that's all these all happened so they're going to be super careful again you know and they're going to wait a week a when he's ready to play and hopefully you know he heals really quickly that that's one good thing it just gotta get that right something in like we gotta figure out where what it is in his gate. The way he runs it that causes so much issue. Because we've seen guy. Ron say remember we talk show. We've seen ron say waddle waddle around it and never come out so Something's in this causing these issues and to have a healthy breakfast when he's healthy even among all these great hitters on this team. He's the most dangerous. He's he's the nastiest guy on their team with the bat in his hand. We gotta get him to go out there and show steve sparks sports. Talk seven hundred. weekly visit. Steve how's dusty handle this team this year. You think what seems like a really well agreed. Agreed like the lake. I like blake. Taylor pitching two innings. Yesterday you could have got said you know what we need to get James click said something on the show in pre-game show yesterday the kevin nash and fell there and he said that They told hobby air when he went to the bullpen. That they're gonna keep him extended you know they. They wanted to go to three inning.

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