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Fresh update on "warner" discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt
"The game when it comes to NFL conference title games on Sunday, all four head coaches in the conference championship games come from an offensive background Kansas City's Andy Reid Cincinnati and San Francisco's Kyle Shanahan all calling the plays Philadelphia's next Siri delegated that duty during his first season. The first matchup of the day San Francisco at Philadelphia and forty-niners linebacker Fred Warner says he's looking for a knockdown dragout matchup. I expect it to be a battle all the way through. Both the cowboys and eagles are both physical talented teams who are really fast and have a lot of talent. So just like it was a battle of this past week, I'm expecting that, if not more this week, then being in their home home stadium home crowd behind them, they're going to be juiced up ready to go. Philadelphia favored by two and a half and an arrowhead stadium in Kansas City. Chief slight one point favorites over Cincinnati. Husky vans hoops, they made Arizona state 69 66 last night in overtime. I'm not like WSU lost to number 6 Arizona in Pullman. 63 58 and Seattle U lost for the first time in western athletic conference play at Sam Houston 55 40. LeBron James closing in on a Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's NBA scoring record and now he has caught Abdul jabbar on another page of the all star record book. He was announced yesterday as an NBA all star for the 19th time, that ties the liquor star with Abdul jabbar for the most selections in league history. Sports at ten to 40 path each hour, Tom. Northwest news radio. Northwest news time, 1211, I'm Jeff pojo a year in the middle of 20 minutes of nonstop news. If you call 9-1-1 and Seattle suspect 8 or expect a follow-up text message or email from police, the goal is to improve communication between the public and first responders, but has come a force Karina Vargas found out not everyone likes the idea. We went out asking people about their experience with the Seattle police department, people tell us the police's response time is either long or they never hear back from them. If it's not life or death, you may not hear back at all. I know of someone that had the car broken into and reported it and they pretty much never heard back anything from the police. But that's not everyone's experience. There are many who are happy about how quickly SPD has responded to their 9-1-1 calls in the past. We've had
Senators Livid Biden Admin 'Stonewalling' Them on Classified Documents
"Washington examiner Ryan king Senators live in Biden administration stonewalling them a classified document I mean this really is a corrupt corrupt administration and a crooked president and family Senators from both parties are going impatient with the intelligence communities alleged refusal To show them classified material recovered from multiple administrations Some are alleging that even members with the highest security clearance such as those who sit on the Senate Intel committee are being obstructed from reviewing the recent batches of classified files Recovered from President Biden and former president Trump A very disappointed with the lack of detail and timeline when we're going to get a briefing and he goes on those Mark Warner Any previously vented his frustrations about Mar-a-Lago they say Well then what happens now They know far more about Trump's documents Than they do about Biden's And I don't believe this story I believe it was a lie that's been bouncing around where they said that if Biden had not cooperated in his lawyers with DoJ that they were you know hair trigger on a warrant I don't believe that for two seconds They're trying to cover up and leak again the fact that they didn't issue a warrant and never intended to issue a warrant
Fresh update on "warner" discussed on The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast
"It's the NFL, and it is on Westwood one. Yes, mister McGee. You want to review those picks from yesterday? Yeah, by double shock this week, San Francisco forty-niners, plus the three at Philadelphia, forty-niners are Fred Warner, in particular, is an old world linebacker, and he was covering CD lamb last week. To a lot of success. So we'll see how the eagles handle that. I don't think they're going to be able to. Willie, our House better is in full disagreement with you. Yeah, he's taking the eagles. And then I like Cincinnati. I got it at minus the two. So that means Casey Kansas City plus the two. And now it's gone to Bengals plus one. But I'm going to stick to my minus two. Yeah, it has gone up and down and all different ways. Okay. The classic shoe in of the Uighurs. Starting at three o'clock Sunday on your favorite NFL. Both games are Sunday. Yes, it was kind of surprised they didn't split it up. What are the logic is do they get more views on? I think people are conditioned to watch football on Sunday? Well, it's Saturday night too. I don't know what the logic is. I don't know if there is any logic. I think people will watch the NFL no matter what time it's on. True. But I would think they would watch more, just say. I agree, Tom. Thank you for agreeing. I don't know what the deal is. It sounds like a conspiracy or something. There's something going on. I just usually there are no dollars left on the table by the NFL, as you know. And I was just curious. Do you think this will be the last season where they play the championship games in one of the home stadiums? No. No, they floated it out there. No, no. They play all year for the home field. No. Okay. That's not going to happen. It was one of the rumors. Okay, back to
Lee Smith: The Connection Between the FBI and Oleg Deripaska
"Problem with even that angle Lee is Oleg deripaska also had major league connections to Christopher Steele and a lawyer by the name of Adam waldman They're a posca wanted to be off the sanctions list and this guy waldman was dealing with yes Mark Warner a Democrat powerful senator from Virginia who was on the Senate Intel committee So even the Dara paska angle is knee deep in Democrat potential law problems and yet you heard nothing about that yesterday Well look so there are this guy Charles mcgonagall But you mentioned John Solomon John I mean John is just a terrific awesome report but one of my favorite stories he did was explaining Oleg deripaska's decade and a half on relationship with Robert Mueller and of course Andrew mccabe Remember how the FBI went to their and they asked him to fund an investigation to find bob Levinson in Iran and Dara posca wound up spending $25 million Well here's the thing Everyone knew Levinson was in Iran In an investigative team to go into Iran and find out where Levinson was All you needed was someone to make an intelligence official and find out exactly where he was and how is he doing And what would it take to get him out The way that I see it basically the FBI build this guy build their pasta $25 million Someone should find out exactly where that money is If that really went to an investigation or somehow that was spread around the bureau Because that's where the FBI's love affair with Oleg deripaska So that's one of the things that kills me about this story I want to get this right The FBI is courting deripaska for at least 15 years And now this guy is getting jammed up because he's taking money from Dara poska when he sanctioned And I'm not defending this guy in the gondo I'm just saying this is a very strange story
Judge Drops Charges Against Hospital Guards
"Danielle Stephanie Warner sits alone in the Toronto hospital lobby wearing little more than a pale blue medical gown, moments later she's wheeled by away by guards, her slight frame slumped in a wheelchair her legs dangling from the edge. What happens in between is in captured on video instead of security camera was purposely turned away as guards approach the 43 year old pushed her against the wall and restrained her on the ground. Isn't that interesting? I didn't know about that. This is in the CBC report. That the hospital cameras were deliberately turned away from what they did to this woman. Wow. It's very painful to think of what has happened to the medical profession. It is so much of it has become cruel. Not only not helpful, but cruel.
'Flash' actor Ezra Miller gets fine, probation after home break-in
"Actor Ezra Miller, who stars in the upcoming film the flash, has been sentenced in Vermont, entering a guilty plea to a misdemeanor that helped him avoid jail time. Justice League star Ezra Miller has been sentenced to a year of probation, a $500 fine and court fees, and continuing mental health treatment. How do you keep? Guilty. Miller pled guilty to unlawful trespassing in a plea deal with prosecutors in connection to a break in the theft of liquor bottles from a neighbor in Vermont's home last May. It's appropriate sentence and it is an interest of justice. In a courtroom in Bennington, Vermont, superior court judge Carrie Anne MacDonald Katie, told Miller two charges including a felony burglary count had been dropped, but could be refiled, if they failed to abide by details of the probation. All the conditions really are about mental health. Alexander Burke is a deputy state's attorney. Ensuring the compliance with the conditions, which we protect the victim, but it also allows the defendant to continue their employment. The Vermont break in was one of a string of arrests and reports of erratic behavior by Miller last year, Miller stars in the upcoming Warner Brothers movie the flash, which has had its release date moved several times. I'm Jennifer King
The Plan for Big Tech Accountability
"Now, in terms of getting cooperation on the espionage side, you've got to get the executives from meta the executives from Google, the executives from all of the large social media companies in to talk to you about TikTok and other issues, including penetration of their own organization by agents of the Chinese Communist Party. Duke anticipate anticipation from big tech on this committee. Well, I'm sure some big tech executives are not eager to talk to the committee. But the approach I'm taking now is one of, okay, I want to give you an opportunity to explain your position. I come in with certain preexisting biases. If you want to make a counter argument, that's fine, but we're going to do it out in the open for the American people to see. And if he refused to comply with that discussion and my honest desire to have that discussion, I think ultimately that's going to be a bad look for your company. And I think you're going to get you're going to invite more scrutiny from Congress than there already is. The fact is, big tech has to confront the growing suspicion about their allegiances, the growing suspicion about their practices, the perception that there's a complete lack of transparency and it's not just my committee that would have an interest in that. It's going to be Jim Jordan's committee that has an interest in that, particularly when it comes to the perceived collusion between certain big tech companies and the Biden administration. So they ignore those questions. They ignore our request to testify at their own peril. And just look at what's happened in TikTok over the two TikTok in the last two months. There's been a sea change in Congress in terms of recognizing the threat posed by TikTok. We had an overwhelmingly bipartisan vote in favor of banning TikTok on government devices. I have a bill for the broader ban that has democratic support. Mark Warner is talking about the threat posed by TikTok in the Senate show. If you hesitate, if you prevaricate, you're going to invite more congressional scrutiny and opposition. So I hope that that doesn't happen. I also want to give an opportunity for the tech companies that are out there that I know have a more patriotic view right now or at least still think of themselves as American companies and recognize how essential they are to us winning this long-term competition with China. I want to give them an opportunity to talk about how we win, right? We can not win this unless we have American companies that are out innovating their Chinese counterparts and indeed think of themselves as Americans. So I think I don't think we'll have any problems getting big tech to comply. If they do, it's just going to be very problematic for them.
The Vatican lays Pope Benedict to rest, and Orthodox Christians celebrate Christmas
"On this week's AP religion roundup, the Vatican lays Pope Benedict to rest and Orthodox Christians celebrate Christmas. One Pope laid to rest another Thursday in an extraordinary ceremony at the Vatican. Pope Francis opened the funeral of retired Pope Benedict XVI with a prayer. He and the Roman Catholic faithful bade farewell to Benedict, who resigned the papacy a decade ago. Warner's crowded into Saint Peter's square starting in the early morning Thursday. Clergy and lay people alike created a mosaic of garments from the red skull caps of the cardinals and the white robes of the priests to the simple gray tunics of monks, and the puffy winter jackets of the ordinary faithful. They cheered as pallbearers and morning suits and white gloves carry Benedict's simple casket out of the basilica and placed it on an ornate carpet in the front of the altar in the vast square. The former Joseph ratzinger, who died December 31st at age 95, is considered one of the 20th century's greatest theologians and spent his lifetime upholding church doctrine. But he will go down in history for a singular revolutionary act that changed the future of the papacy. He retired, the first Pope in 6th centuries to do so. Meanwhile, the peak of the Christmas season arrived for Orthodox Christians around the world, as many celebrated epiphany on January 6th. Pin Bulgaria, the sounds of drums and bagpipes followed men dressed in traditional white embroidered shirts as they waited into the tunja river to retrieve a crucifix that was cast into the waters. While the Orthodox Christian churches in Greece, Bulgaria and Romania celebrate the feast on January 6th, orthodox churches in Russia, Ukraine and Serbia followed the Julian calendar. According to which, epiphany is celebrated on January 19th as their Christmas falls on January 7th. Some western Christian churches celebrate epiphany as three kings day, which marks the visit of the Magi or three wise men to the baby Jesus, closing out the Christmas season. I'm Walter ratliff.
Thousands flock to Vatican for funeral of Pope Benedict, the stalwart conservative who dared to resign
"Pope Francis has honored his predecessor Benedict the 16th, presiding over a wreck you en masse before thousands of mourners and Saint Peter's square. Francis opened the mass with a prayer as he stood among thousands who had flocked to witness the funeral of Pope emeritus Benedict the 16th. Francis wore the crimson vestments typical of papal funerals in contrast to the heads of state royalty and clergy all dressed in black and seated nearby. Many had come from Benedict's native Bavaria to say their final goodbyes. They donned traditional dress, including boiled wool coats to guard against the morning chill. The varying Christopher busher called Benedict the most significant Bavarian in the past 500 years and was honored to be at his funeral, Warner Andrew messer from the U.S. called him a solid rock for the church. As a man who lived through the council and who changed the church as
‘Harry and Meghan’: What We Learned from the Netflix Series
"Netflix has released the first three episodes of its new series Harry and Meghan, the documentary includes video diaries recorded by prince Harry and his wife Meghan, they talk about how they met and why they walked away from royal life and moved to Southern California almost three years ago, two trailers of the series hinted racism and a war against Meghan. There's a hierarchy of the family. You know, there's leaking, but there's also planting of stories. Three more episodes will be released December 15th. I'm Donna Warner
Cosby, NBC, studio face new sex abuse lawsuit from 5 in NY
"5 women who have accused Bill Cosby of sexual assault and abuse have filed a lawsuit against him, but they are also suing companies they say were complicit in the abuse. I'm Margie's are a letter with the latest. 5 women, lily Bernard, Eden turtle, jewel gittens, Jennifer Thompson, and cinder Ladd say Bill Cosby abused them on sets or in entertainment circles from the 1960s through the 1990s, what's different about this lawsuit is that along with Cosby, the women are suing NBC, which aired the Cosby show, along with Kaufman Astoria studios and car sea Warner television, the lawsuits as the company's new about Cosby's behavior and failed to stop it because of the profits he made them, representatives for the corporate defendants could not be reached for comment, a Cosby spokesman calls the lawsuit frivolous.
Charles Thorngren and Eric Are Weary of Crypto for a Reason
"Don't smell right to me. And digital currency, crypto stuff. I've always said, this is like as far from the gold standard as you could possibly go. I don't trust it. So I actually get to discuss this with somebody who knows a little bit about this. One of our sponsors is legacy precious metals and the CEO Charles thorn grin is my guest. Charles, welcome back. Thank you, Eric glad to be back. I just have to say, honestly, this, let's talk a little bit about this FTX crisis. We don't have a lot of time, but crypto, it's looking very, very bad for crypto. Part of me is glad because I've just never trusted it. What is your feeling about what's going on right now? You say something that's really important. And you've never trusted it. And most people have it, most people don't understand it. And that's one of the key things. You know, crypto itself, the platforms, or magnificent. The way they use them the way they use contracts and the way information is transferred back and forth. It's a beautiful technology. But not every technology is an investment. That's the thing. You have these platforms, right? And this new technology that very few people understand. And those that do, they're in their 30s. But here, like with FTX, the problem is, just because you can write a sequence of code, doesn't mean that your chief financial officer doesn't mean that you're a chief operating officer. So that's where the problem comes in. You have brilliant people with great tech, but they're not businessmen. They
Kirk Cameron Discusses His Daughter's Stance on 'Reproductive Justice'
"This film is called life Mark. You can go to life Mark movie dot com. It's streaming on pure flix. It's a beautiful, beautiful story about adoption. And we're saying this earlier, Kirk, that we've got to tell the world about adoption. It's a beautiful idea. So when somebody says, oh, I've got to terminate my pregnancy, they use that youth business. And you say, why would you do that? There are people out there who would be beyond delighted to raise that child. It's such a beautiful, beautiful idea, adoption, and the movie of life Mark tells that story you and the Kendrick brothers executive produced it. And you are starring in it as the adopted as the adoptive father in the film. The adoptive father. That's right. Okay, now I want to talk about you as an actual father in real life. You've got all these kids you adopted four of them. Your youngest Olivia just wrote a piece that was published and focused on the family to talk about that because he sent that to me yesterday and I thought if I've got you on the air, let me ask you about it. Well, I'm excited whenever any young person writes an article. And acknowledges that they understand the issue that life is precious. Life is to be celebrated and defended at all costs without life. We don't have liberty. We don't have the pursuit of happiness. Nothing. It all goes out the window without life. And particularly this young generation is getting it. And my daughter wrote an article that was published recently on a focus on the family website. It's called reproductive reproductive justice, which is the phrase that we hear a lot about now. Reproductive justice does not include abortion and she explains in great detail and very articulately why abortion is the opposite of reproductive justice. And I was just so proud of her. I had to send it to you, Eric.
Kirk Cameron Talks About Adoption and His Movie 'Lifemark'
"You're the guest on my program today is because of a film that you have made or you've been a part of about adoption. It's called life Mark. Now, I know we've talked about it before, but for people who miss that, what is the plot of this film titled life Mark? So one day somebody sent me a link to a short documentary. And it was the true story of an 18 year old girl who changed her mind on the abortion table. She literally had a vision in her mind that this was not supposed to happen to her baby. And so she rolled off the table, chose adoption for her child, hid the whole process from her parents by moving in with her boyfriend, hiding the pregnancy. She gave her child up for adoption, thought she'd never see him again 19 years later, he reaches out to her and he connects with that young woman. She thinks he probably hates her for abandoning him, but he wraps her up in a big embrace and says, I love you. Thank you for the choice that you made. I love my life. I love my adopted family. And it's an incredible story that is pro life, pro family, pro love, pro forgiveness, reconciliation, and new beginnings.
Kirk Cameron Tells Us About His New Show 'Takeaways With Kirk Cameron'
"We have to talk about what we're talking about, 'cause, you know, we're just we're yakking here, but I want to be clear, first of all, you have a show on TBN. I also have a show on TBN. So, you know, I finally caught up to you. I finally caught up to you. All these years is in the 80s. I don't even sitcoms or anything. But you have a show. What is the title? What is the name of your show on TBN? Well, you know, I wanted to call it, I wish this was the Eric metaxas show, but Matt crouch wouldn't let me call it that. So we ended up calling it takeaways with Kirk Cameron. Take away. In England. They say take away for takeout food. They say take away. Oh, take a look. But in America, we don't think of take out food. So takeaways are kind of like things that you, when you're processing something, what you take away from a conversation. So I've had the privilege of being on that program and speaking of takeaway, I got nothing out of it, nothing. No, nothing. You know what I like it. I'll tell you, the reason I like it, I like the name takeaways, is that often we hear these great interviews from people and if it's a good interview, I want to take something from that that I can download into my life. And actionable item that I can do something with, not to say, oh, wow, that guy's really smarter. Oh, those are some good ideas, but hey, what can I do? Can I be part of the solution? And so we usually give three or four takeaways.
Sen. Mike Lee: Responding to Critics of RFMA Amendment
"Now Mark Warner went on TV And smeared you And said that you're just doing this to obstruct this and that there's protections built into this law And you certainly didn't have an opportunity to respond to that Would you like to Yeah so it was unfortunate He's apologizing to stand and I appreciate his apology It is important that we speak with clarity when speaking with others He went on there and in response to a question from Shannon bremont Fox News Sunday who asked him you know what about Mike Lee's amendment Don't you think that's necessary And he went on to say well Mike Lee first of all Mike Lee is a Mormon And the Mormon church supports this bill without the amendment making it sound like my church spoke for me and making it sound like my church was against my amendment which wasn't true Yeah but by the way and Romney sounded the same way just for the record but go right ahead Right Which is which is also unfortunate but anytime somebody mischaracterizes somebody else's church or their own church it's unfortunate and many compounded the error by saying look here's the deal Mike Lee had a chance to pass this amendment at a simple majority threshold in the Senate which wasn't true We finally voted on it today This was ten days ago or so He was claiming that I had already had a chance to get it passed 51 vote threshold which wasn't true And made it sound like that coupled with my church's position on it meant that the only reason I could be doing this was to engage engage in bad faith delay tactics This is the cheap sleazy move to characterize somebody else's church somebody else's religion is speaking for them and then saying that you couldn't possibly have a good faith legislative objective in trying to create this religious protection
Warner Brothers Don't Care About Ezra Miller's Victims
"Word on the street, or more accurately word on the lot, is that the executives at Warner Brothers don't give a damn about those people he may have hurt. They've got no sympathy for his victims as they're getting ready to put his name forward for a war consideration everywhere they can. These are the kind of people you meet in the business. Nice. I'm sorry, it's not a long story, just a little something for you to watch for. Ezra Miller's name will be put in the hat for awards consideration. His victims be damned. That's Hollywood.
Some Perspective on the 'Friends' Cast's Wealth
"The Friends reunion has been delayed because of the coronavirus. It's not going to be available until late May. So let me take you on a quick class on perspective, okay? Aniston Cox kudrow Leblanc Perry and schwimmer are each teach going to receive between two and a half 1 million 3 $1 million to appear in this special. All they got to do is sit on their ass and answer questions. And they could receive up to 4 million for this brief reunion. That's four times what Jennifer Aniston already receives for each episode of her Apple streaming drama the morning show. She's got one of the highest salaries in the industry. So, you make a million a week on one show. You sit down on the other show to tell some fucking stories. Maybe you wear a white top so you nipples can pop out like they always used to. They better for that kind of fucking money. You better show some nip Aniston. All 6 of these cock suckers. All 6 of them are gonna be, you have no idea the kind of money they're making is astronomical. All 6 of these people receive 2% of the syndication income. That's about $20 million per person. Per year. In other words, every year since Friends has been off the air, all of them have made $20 million apiece. Now Matt LeBlanc has worked on two different sitcoms, which have been funny and great and he makes a lot of money. Shrimp has been a successful director. Matthew Perry's out some troubles, but he's had some TV shows that have fared pretty well. Kudrow does very well in movies and TV, Courtney Cox, of course, had cougar town, Aniston, high and away, far and away the biggest of all of them with what she's commanding now. The shell brings in one billion dollars a year for Warner Brothers.
No. 22 Kansas State routs No. 9 Oklahoma State, 48-0
"Will Howard induce Vaughn highlighted number 22 Kansas state's offense in a 48 zero thrashing of 9th ranked Oklahoma state Howard threw for 296 yards and four touchdowns With cade Warner catching 5 passes for 97 yards and two scores Von ran for 158 yards and another TD for the wildcats who were the first team to blank the cowboys in 13 years Spencer Sanders was 13 of 26 for 147 yards and an interception before landing hard on his throwing shoulder in the fourth quarter Sanders didn't return I'm Dave ferry
Jake Warner: Free Speech Is for Everyone, Including Jack Phillips
"It seems to me that the force curve works only in one direction here In other words this seems fundamentally anti American I mean listen it's obvious Jack is not the only baker He's probably not even the only bakery within a few blocks in his neighborhood So it appears that this group is using the process to force Jack to do something He doesn't want to do based on constitutionally protected activities freedom of religion right But Jack's not forcing them to do anything Jack's not the only baker in town He's not the only baker in Colorado There are hundreds if not thousands if you count online of other options It seems as if this force curve only works one way and really there's something sincerely anti American about that Certainly free speech is for everyone That's what the First Amendment promises But what we've seen over the past ten years is activists and government officials trying to misuse the law to punish people that they simply disagree with take this attorney who's suing Jack right now Back in 2012 this attorney contacted Jack and called him a bigot and a hypocrite then tracked Jack for a number of years and asked Jack to create this custom blue and pink cake to celebrate a gender transition on the same day the U.S. Supreme Court announced it would hear Jack's first case But then a few months later this same attorney called Jack back and asked for our custom cake depicting statements smoking marijuana Knowing that that's a message that Jack couldn't express for anyone but the reality of it is a win for Jack in this case and all of his cases is truly a win for all Americans The First Amendment protects Jack's right to say what he believes without fear of government punishment but it also protects for example an LGBT website designer We don't think the government should force that designer to express a message about marriage or anything else that goes against their beliefs So here in America free speech is truly for everyone and we're fighting for that treatment Not only in Jack's case but in cases around the country
"warner" Discussed on NFL Live
"So my mentality was very much play, go, score every time, throw the ball all the time. And so I just, I fell into a place where it was like, oh, you get to do this all over again on a bigger field with all this incredible talent. So it was just so much fun to be a part of that team. Because of the talent that we had. And because of the nature of how we played, you know, the game that you play now is the game we played then. When nobody else was playing it. And that's what made it fun. It's like, oh, you're gonna hand the ball up. We're gonna throw it 40 times a game. We're gonna do this. So it was just, it was just a joy to be around great quality people dick vermeil going into Hall of Fame, him being our head coach, all the talent. You talked about that's already in the Hall of Fame. And then really more than anything, just the style. Isn't that at the end of the day when you're playing a game? Like, I just want to, can I just do what I do? Like, whatever that is is the defensive tackle or defensive end or a quarterback. I just want to play the way I'm capable of playing. And I fell into a system that said, you know, here's the ball. Go wing it around and do what you do. And there's nothing like that feeling when you know you're capable of it. And you find yourself in the perfect system. It's like, man, I could do this forever because it was just so much fun. Okay, so we've talked about one of the greatest teams. Let's talk about one of the most unlikeliest teams. You had the Cardinals team. Like, I know you guys started off on fire and then you guys fizzled and then you guys got into the playoffs and Larry just went crazy. Talk about that run. You know, there are different things that are rewarding throughout your career for different reasons. And that was one of the crowning jewels on my career. Simply because my career the way it played out, St. Louis, a couple super bowls, a couple MVPs, get released there. I go to the Giants and we played it completely different style. So everybody thought, okay, Kurt Warner can't play anymore and the ball to Eli. I mean, you know, he's not the greatest show on turf Kurt Warner anymore. Then I go to Arizona and, you know, it was kind of a combination was that nobody expected me to ever really play. You know, like, Kurt's best years are behind him, you know? He's probably a backup at this point in his career. And then I'm going to an organization where everybody was going. The Cardinals will never win.
"warner" Discussed on Dose of Leadership
"Where I sit in my personal experience. And I know everyone journey will look different. But in my personal belief, it's a co creation with God and a higher power. And there's a God that dwells within us. You have to almost get in relationship with that voice. You know, that inner voice, this guiding you, that's not just you. That's connected to a higher power. Right. I mean, you can start getting in a dance with that in spirit, absolutely unbelievable. And that's where purpose. That's where, you know, your reason for being. Are you on the planet? All of that starts to shape up through that. So absolutely. Hey, welcome to the dose a show dedicated to deep and engaging conversations highlighting individuals that are in the pursuit of authentic and courageous leadership who poach life with insatiable curiosity bold action and common sense in these divisive and uncommon times. It's my hope that you take something away from each and every one of these conversations. Apply to your own life. As we all intentionally attempt to become the best we can possibly be, being drawn towards our purpose and calling committing to a life of service and making this place better than we found it and living true lives of consequence. Today's guest meets all of those criteria tanisha Warner and this is actually an episode on the other project that I produced that are podcasts that produce next level method. I wanted to share it here 'cause I'm trying to increase the awareness of my project next level with method with the owner of Matt lily. Teenager Warner is the author of the big stretch. She's the founder and CEO of.
"warner" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Brand new book, looks like a great book to me. I don't say that lightly. Person of interest is the book, person of interest by Jay Warner, Wallace. He is known as America's foremost cold case detective. Think about that. America's foremost cold case that kind of a big deal, Jay Warner Wallace, how did you get that title? Because there's a lot of cold case detectives out there. They are working at they're working hard. Who said that you were America's foremost cold case detective? Well, I'm sure they're actually I mean, just to be a big deal in your own mind is sometimes where you start, right? So that's a lot of it. I think partly, it also comes from how many times I appeared on dateline, which is probably just by virtue of the fact that we're right down the road from NBCUniversal here in Los Angeles County. But I think I have been on dateline more than any other cold case detective. And so people start to think, well, yeah, you're the only one. No, there's tons of really good detectives out there who are probably even better than I am. But sometimes you just end up being the one who's the most publicized. Okay, so you're the one you're the best known cold case detective. If that. And you you've turned your attention as a cold case detective. To the Bible to Jesus, and how is this book person of interest, the new book, different from previous books? What do you do in this book? What do you try to do that you didn't do in the other books? Right. Well, I actually think this is no other book. I mean, everyone likes to think that, right? But I think there's actually no other book that does this. So here's what we're doing in this book. I've got another book called cold case Christian where I'm looking at the gospels themselves. Are they reliable eyewitness accounts related to Jesus? That's considering everything inside the crime scene called the New Testament. This book rejects that, says, know what. Well, it's pretend like all those have been destroyed. What would we know about Jesus outside the New Testament? And that's what this kind of book does. And I think what it does is it answers certain skeptical claims. Like, for example, one of the is Jesus just a copycat savior, another recreation of ancient mythologies. Well, I actually look at that as part of the fuse leading up to Jesus. There are a number. It's hundreds of ancient mythologies that have broad general similarities to each other and to Jesus. But they're only broad. They're not specific. So these people, these are the common expectations of people who think about God. And although they shape out differently, I might commonly expect that a Supernatural being will enter into the world in a Supernatural way. So these mythologies often show that God enters in a Supernatural way, but they're all very different in how they enter in. Well, Jesus also enters into in a Supernatural way. It turns out that the 15 common expectations of ancient people groups in thinking about God, they only have about 6 to ten similarities in the ancient myths, no ancient myth has more than ten of these. And some have as few as 6, but there's one person who shows up in history. Who actually embodies all 15 of the ancient expectations of people who believe in myths and it's Jesus of Nazareth. It doesn't make sense that God would meet those expectations given that we're thinking about these as people designed in the image of God who think about God and then he shows up matching our expectations about God. Well, I would go a step further or step backwards and say that because God created us in his image, he created us with those expectations. We long for meaning. We longed for love. We longed to be known. We longed for justice. We longed for truth. We long for all these things. And, you know, you say, where do those longings come from? And why is it that they're met in Jesus? It's a curious thing. And so it is no surprise that all these various religions and mythologies they're kind of echoes of the gospel, even if they happen before the gospel. And that's one of the things you talk about in the book. Yeah, as a matter of fact, what you're talking about too in your book. Look, it turns out right now, if you pull humans on Planet Earth, the vast majority, the vast, only about 7% of humans right now would say they're at atheists or agnostics on the surface of the planet. Everyone else believes in some type of higher power. I even cite studies that have been done now and Ivy League schools by non Christians by non theists who will demonstrate that, yes, it turns out that our default position as children is not atheism. Our default position is some form of theism young kids look at the created world and they infer a designer from what they think they see as design in the world around them. This is now been said by some researchers that this kind of theism is kind of an idea of a higher power is bred in the bone. These are my people who are not themselves believers. So this idea that we only teach our kids to believe in God is actually not true. They have a default position, which is inclined toward believing in a higher power, and these common expectations even of moderns are met in their most robust form in the person of Jesus. It's part of that fuse that's burning up toward the appeal. This is why Paul says on Mars hill. Hey, you folks are really religious. Do you believe in a lot of gods? I'm not here to show you who the real God is. And he's basically revealing to them as C. S. Lewis says your myths come from the minds of your human poets. The Christian myth is from the mind of God grounded in what we call real things. And there's word for myth is not Louis saying it's a lie. It's that this is the story that the narrative about God that actually is true compared to your myths and narratives about God that are untrue. And so that's what Jesus does. He appears, and he meets the expectations of the. Anytime the expected meets the expectations of the, you get a really good result. And so God shows up in a narrow window in which these mythologies are still being worshiped. And that window I show in the book in one chapter is so narrow this cultural fuse opens up a red zone window of opportunity from about 29 BC to about 70 AD and guess who shows up in the middle of that window. That is a wild concept. Can you say more about that about that window? Right. So if you take the overlap of when all the mythologies are being worshiped because they're not all worshiped forever, Osiris worship eventually stopped. But if you can capture a window in which all these mythologies are still actively being worshiped. So the expectations of people groups can be maximized in the person of Jesus. You get a window of several hundred years. If you overlap on that, the window of culture in the Roman Empire, which allows us a 200 year period of peace called the pax romana in which now we have the roads and postal service and tolerance within the empire and a window of opportunity for the message of Jesus to travel. Now the window becomes shorter. Then if you overlap the prophetic window of Daniel saying that the messiah will come between the reconstruction of Jerusalem and the destruction of the temple, now you've got another overlap. Now you end up with a window that I kid you not. I show it in the book is between 29 BC and 70 AD. I'm something has the opportunity to happen right there in that window that will change this is crazy stuff folks. I dare you to look at this. I actually came to a similar conclusion not as detailed in my own book. When I realized that Jesus arrives just as Jerusalem has been rebuilt. It's never been more spectacular. Boom, he shows up. He predicts it's going to be wiped out 40 years later. I mean, you think who made that up? God will be right back. And further canyons everywhere..
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"J Warner Wallace has just come out with a book called person of interest. Seriously, this is an amazing book. I don't want to do all the talking. So if you don't mind, tell my audience, the premise, because it is actually really fascinating what you have done in this book person of interest. Okay, so here's the weird approach I took. I work cold cases and a lot of the cases I get are what are called no body murders or no body missings where somebody kills his wife or a wife killer's husband. And then claims that they ran off and they file a report of missing persons report, and that's how we take the case, and then years go by no one works the case. So just to be clear, some people know that some people don't. You are a cold case detective and you've been a cold case detective a real cold case detective for a long time. And you're bringing those skills to this issue. So I didn't want to interrupt, but just in case people think you're like blowing smoke, this is what you do. Well, I've done a bunch of these cases. They're actually on a date line. And several of these are no body missing persons cases. And so what happens is they get away with it for a while because nobody has ever discovered. There's no crime scene ever photographed is taken as a missing persons report. I opened the case, I had one case, Eric. I kid you not. The 30 years after the crime was occurred. She'd been missing for 30 years. Her family never once called our agency because the killer thoroughly convinced the family that she had just run off. Now, what do you do when you have no crime scene? No evidence from a crime scene. Don't even have a body. How do you make a case like that? Well, I always tell people that if she vanished on that day because he murdered her as like a bomb went off on that day. But moms are always preceded by fuses that burn slowly toward the detonation of the bomb. And afterwards, there is shrapnel all over the blast radius. So we'll make the case by simply examining the fuse and the fallout. So I thought, well, if Jesus is who he said he was. And let's imagine a future world where every single New Testament document has been destroyed. There are no bibles. There are no new testaments. It turns out in that kind of absent of crime scene, no New Testament. You could still determine the history and deity of Jesus from simply the fuse and fallout of history. That's what this book does. It takes a look at nothing other than just the history of unusual places that have Jesus fingerprints all over. I'm like literature art, music, education, science, and even non Christian religions. It turns out, you can reconstruct the story of Jesus from those aspects of culture
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"You think who made that up? God, we'll be right back. Further canyons everywhere. I've looked at clouds that way. Oh, hello. I'm talking to J Warner Wallace as the Eric metaxas show, go to my website, Eric metaxas dot com, sign up for the newsletter so we can send you all of these interviews because you want them and because you want to share them with your Friends, Jay Warner Wallace, what should we talk about in our final moments together today? Well, I just want to encourage people that all of us have the ability to make a case for Jesus. This is not something that's unusual. I mean, scripture shows us. This is the kind of casemaker Jesus was. I mean, think about it. After the resurrection and acts one, it says that Jesus spent 40 additional days with the disciples, giving them many and depending on the translation and convincing proofs. That's the Greek where we use for evidence. Now, they put that for a second. He's just resurrected from the grave. Do you think I really need more evident apparently? Jesus is going to give me 40 days more of evidence. Now that's an evidential approach so that even when John the Baptist has got doubts and sends his disciples, Jesus, he wants to know Jonathan, are you the one? If you're Jesus, are you a little upset with that? You're thinking to yourself, really, John, your cousin, who baptized me, who saw the spirit of God really? You have doubts. You want to tell you what? Go back and tell John, what you just saw. Any cites the miracles he had worked in front of John's disciples. That's a very evidential approach. I think that what we're doing Eric is you and I are writing books that I think are important to the church even right now at a time when the church doesn't know how important they are. There's an entire generation who wants to know not just what is true, but please tell me why you think it's true. Because this is what the culture is doing. The culture is making claims about all kinds of things and saying they're based in evidence are based in science. Yet you religious folks, you want us to believe this stuff blindly. That was never the request of Jesus. Jesus would testimony in the first century in the book of X is not your personal experience with Jesus or how he changed your life. Go read the book of X, it's the eyewitness accounts of their resurrection. Direct evidence was offered by way of eyewitnesses. Blessed Thomas are those who will not have seen this, but through your testimony will know this is true. Direct evidence. That's what that testimony is. We have to make a effort to give young people the evidence for why that exists, which is what your books about right now. And why Christianity is true. And that's really what we're trying to do. These kinds of works. Well, and again, I want to say that you can't force people to believe, which is why I love America because at its core, we have religious liberty, the idea is that, look, if it's true, somehow it has to stand on its own or we have to encourage people to think about it, but you can not force someone to believe. But if you're unwilling to look at the evidence, if you're unwilling to look through Galileo's telescope, I suspect you have a bias. And so I want to say to people, I really do dare you to look at the evidence with an open mind. There are many books, not just my new book and J Warner Wallace's new book, but you could start there and see what books we've read. But the evidence is overwhelming. It's stunning. It's so stunning that I myself was stunned by how stunning it was. When I wrote my book, I said, I can not believe I didn't know this. I can't believe nobody seems to know this. It's almost, I think we're just living in an unprecedentedly exciting time in history, honestly. That it's possible for us to know these things. You know, there are no cold case detectives, you know, in the 18th century. There's something about where we are now that is enabling us. And I think God's doing it for various strange purposes, because in some ways the world's gotten darker. In some ways, science is more advanced. So many things we can do some of the things I can talk to you via Skype on this program. So there's a lot here. But honestly, I think the big news is we're living in very exciting times. And if you're interested in really knowing, is there a God who created the universe who loves you and who has a plan for your life, like really, I'm here to tell you and Jay Warner's here to tell you, yes, you can actually know that. It is true. We know it to be true. And we want you to follow what we followed to get there. Jay Warner, Wallace, congratulations on an important book person of interest. Thank you, my friend. Thanks for having me, Eric. I really appreciate you..
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"Think anyone is teaching this to our young people. No one sees this. So dependent upon Christian worldview as a matter of fact, it's been argued and I think dimension suzu wrote this quite well. That Christendom in Europe is what causes the scientific revolution that's true. But then you hear, well, look, everyone in Europe and the 16th and 17th century was a Christian. That's not the point. There were more people outside of Europe. Why didn't science explode in Asia? Why didn't the science explode and Persia? I mean, look, there are many places that in some ways we're more advanced than 16th and 17th century Europe. What is it about that time? And you're right, so many people have written about it. I was not aware of this until I was researching my own book, and it's one of these things that it's such huge news that we need to shout it from the rooftops because most people just have some baked in idea that the opposite is true. So I'm glad that that's one of the things you go into. Well, how about this? In terms of education. Now, I don't get people to realize that modern education, as you know at the modern university, as you know, it came out of three universities planted by Christ followers at Bologna, Paris and Oxford. Those three universities gave birth to the 24 daughter universities from which the scientists and the scientific revolution emerged. This is entirely the buyers was great about it. If you would research right now, the top 15 universities in the world today, you would find there all founded by Christ followers. The top 75 of the top 100 universities in fact were founded by Christ's fault. Here's what's cool. If you were to visit those campuses, you would find that the original buildings in which they taught students still exist. And on those buildings, you will find the images of Jesus that stained glass of Jesus. The inscriptions of scripture from Jesus. You can reconstruct the story of Jesus just from the campuses of the top 15 universities in the world today. If you wanted to erase Jesus from history, it would take more than just the science fathers. It would take more than the scriptures. You'd have to destroy the top 15 campuses because they actually have the images and story of Jesus embedded on their buildings. I mean, wow, there's a lot here. The book is called person of interest. Why Jesus still matters in a world that rejects the Bible? I have to confess that I was myself when I first in two of my books I wrote about the resurrection not in the new one. But I was myself genuinely astonished that you could use logic to effectively prove the case of the resurrection. I was sure that that had to be something you just take on faith, quote unquote. But a lot of these things are canards. They're just rumors, their myths are terrible ideas. And when you start using logic, so I want to challenge people dare to be logical. You'll get scared by what you find if you don't want to find Jesus. The book is person of interest, why Jesus still matters in a world that rejects the Bible will be right back with Jay Warner Wallace, don't go away. And you're a zero. Make like a mister big dig. Hey, folks Eric, taxes here. Joe Biden and the Democrats have laid out the most socialist agenda, our country has ever seen. Instead of following president Trump's blueprint that had the economy booming, the Dems are going to raise taxes, increase regulations and skyrocket and.
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"I've got more good news. It doesn't end J Warner Wallace is my guest and then beyond that his book is called person of interest who is the person of interest, Jesus of Nazareth. This is a very exciting provocative and unfortunately important book, J onea Wallace, welcome to the program. Thanks so much for having me. If I didn't know Eric, that I was going to release this book. At the same time that Eric metaxas is going to have a new book. I would have said, you know, let's wait till January. What am I doing trying to release a book while you got a book? I was thinking the same thing about my book. So here's what we have to do. We have to tell people if you don't buy both books, you're crazy. You're dividing a friendship, you're destroying the body. Okay. That's right. Now look, seriously, this book, my book is not really about Jesus actually. So my book is, I said a low bar for my book is atheism dead. I just wanted to show in a way the scientific evidence for a creator. You don't have to say it's Jesus. You don't have to say, but to say there is no creator of any kind is at this point preposterous. I then talk about biblical archeology, which makes it really clear that the Bible is certainly no collection of folktales and it's probably totally historical, even though you can't prove that it's totally historical, and then I talk about atheism, but I do not go into what you go into in this book. So I think we could pitch it as their companion books. Like my book and you're like, huh, okay, so yeah I am thinking about this Jesus guy. Anything I could read about that, hey, J Warner Wallace has just come out with a book called person of interest. Seriously, this is an amazing book. I don't want to do all the talking. So if you don't mind, tell my audience, the premise, because it is actually really fascinating what you have done in this book person of interest. Okay, so here's the weird approach I took. I work cold cases and a lot of the cases I get are what are called no body murders or no body missings where somebody kills his wife or a wife kills her husband. And then claims that they ran off and they file a report of missing persons report, and that's how we take the case. And then years go by no one works the case. There's no way you just to be clear. Some people know that some people don't. You are a cold case detective, and you've been a cold case detective a real cold case detective for a long time. And you're bringing those skills to this issue. So I didn't want to interrupt, but just in case people think you're like blowing smoke, this is what you do. Well, I've done a bunch of these cases. They're actually on a date line. And several of these are no body missing persons cases. And so what happens is they get away with it for a while because nobody has ever discovered. There's no crime scene ever photographed is taken as a missing persons report. I opened the case, I had one case, Eric. I kid you not. The 30 years after the crime was occurred. She'd been missing for 30 years. Her family never once called our agency because the killer thoroughly convinced the family that she had just run off. Now, what do you do when you have no crime scene? No evidence from a crime scene. Don't even have a body. How do you make a case like that? Well, I always tell people that if she vanished on that day because he murdered her as like a bomb went off on that day. But moms are always preceded by fuses that burn slowly toward the detonation of the bomb. And afterwards, there is shrapnel all over the blast radius. So we'll make the case by simply examining the fuse and the fallout. So I thought, well, if Jesus is who he said he was. And let's imagine a future world where every single New Testament document has been destroyed. There are no bibles. There are no new testaments. It turns out in that kind of absent of crime scene, no New Testament. You could still determine the history and deity of Jesus from simply the fuse and fallout of history. That's what this book does. It takes a look at nothing other than just the history of unusual places that have Jesus fingerprints all over. I'm like literature art, music, education, science, and even non Christian religions. It turns out, you can reconstruct the story of Jesus from those aspects of culture in a way that may be a surprising to people, because I'm not just going to show that he's had big impact. I'm talking about being able to reconstruct the story from those aspects of culture. Okay. And that's what we're doing. So what you're doing, it's a beautiful thing. You're using logic. The same logic we use as you've said in crime detection. We want to know. People want to know what happened. We demand justice. And in most cases, there is a way to get there, including in what you call or what is called cold cases. There's no body, what do we do? You know what we do, and you have applied your considerable skills to the murder, the execution of Jesus of Nazareth. So what is in this book? I mean, there's so much in here. I was just looking through the illustrations. It's actually fair. I would say that makes it like a really fun read because there's so many different pieces of information. So let us let us know what is in here. Yeah, well, actually, there's over 400 illustrations in the book because that's just the way I think of things in front of a jury. And zone was good enough to let me spend two years building the jury presentations. And then I wrote a book from those stage presentations. That's what that book is. So there's usually every page has got some type of graphic element if it doesn't have a list. But here's what I think you'll find interesting. I heard you recently be an interview about your book. Let's just say Graham, for example. And we talk about the impact of science and how science can demonstrate, well, I don't think people realize that science, the history of science is standing on the shoulders of Jesus of Nazareth and his followers. As a matter of fact, the fathers of the major disciplines in science, all of the major disciplines, from a cosmology from a chemistry, biology, all the way to quantum mechanics and computer sciences. It turns out the fathers of those major scientific disciplines are all Christ followers. Hang on. What you just said, this is the class they think like you say that and we move on. Ladies and gentlemen, did you hear what J Warner Wallace just said, I touch on most of this, not all of what you said in my own book. This is huge news. This is huge news. And when you say Christ's followers, I mean, I would go farther and say that most of them, these are the fathers of these various disciplines and science were profound, devout Christians. That's not the kind of thing most people think. Most people think about this. Diverges from faith. Yes, and you know, those people were sort of out that they wrote in their personal letters and journals about Jesus of Nazareth. If all you had were the personal writings of the science fathers, you would get more information about Jesus than you get from the church fathers. And I have a list. I've never heard of that. That's amazing. That's amazing. Seriously, that's pretty cool. Wow. Well, it is. And so that's why I'm saying, you'd have to destroy more than the New Testament to get rid of Jesus. You'd have to destroy the entire history of science as we know it. I don't think anyone is teaching this to our young people. No one sees this. So dependent upon Christian worldview as a matter of fact, it's been argued and I think dimension suzu wrote this quite well. That.
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"Texas. Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to our two. Our two is going to be different from our one in that it's going to follow our one. Our one never follows our one hour one actually is our one. But our two always follows our one, but here's where it gets tricky. In our one, we were talking to John's merak in an hour two, we continued talking to John Merrick after the segment. We talked to Jay Warner Wallace. And by the way, he is one of the best guests on this show, Jay Warner Wallace. But maybe the best guest is Jon's Merrick. So let's just go to John John. We'd love you to conclude some of those sentences that you were speaking just before we went to the newsbreak. Sure. There was a small core group of people on January 6th who believed they were going to Washington to D.C. to serve as a deputized militia force that they thought Donald Trump would invoke under the insurrection act and they would help with reverse the steal of the election. These people were bonkers. They maybe may have been well meaning at their core, but they were bonkers. These people need to be investigated. And they are all going to jail. Except the guy who led them, who organized this crackpot conspiracy. His name is Stewart Rhodes. He was the head of oath keepers. He was the guy who told them what to do, who told them where to go, who told them where to hide weapons that they were going to be the secret militia force to restore Donald Trump as president. It was all his idea, and the FBI is not pressing any charges against him. The January 6th committee has not asked him to testify. They want Steve Bannon to testify, who hadn't worked in The White House for three years when this happened, but they don't want Stewart roads. The guy who apparently organized the one part of January 6th that was genuinely crazy was apparently an FBI plan. So this was so this seems to be a sting operation. This was a sting operation that they said, let's find some crazy people who might go for this. And then if we can lead them to carry a couple of zip ties, that's the end of America, zig Kyle. Isn't that a sweet little plot? It's beautiful. And there's another one. Ray eps. This, by the way, if you want more news on this, go to revolver news. Darren Beatty and revolver news has done all the great reporting on this. Mike Huckabee has been citing, if there was one guy and we have him on videotape, going up to the protesters outside, saying, we have to go in the capitol. It's about the constitution. We have to storm the capitol. And some of them were saying, no, I don't want to do that. Others are saying, are you a federal agent? They're actually asking that on camera. It turns out he was a federal agent. He was a federal agent. What are the odds of that, John that he was a federal agent ray eps? And what is ray Epstein today? Ray, I'm just sitting at home, drinking his coffee because no charges have been filed against him. But the people who listen to him when he said, we have to storm the capitol. They're all in jail for in solitary confinement. The guy who told them to do it, the guy who ran around basically shoving them in through the door. He sitting around watching the view. He's drinking chamomile tea because apparently he's a federal agent who recruited the people to do the fake insurrection on January 6th. That is how much we investigated by a stalinist purge committee, a stalinist show trial organized with a democratic Congress. How much do you think democratic leadership like Nancy Pelosi knows about this? 100%. Furthermore Pelosi, you think she knows all about this? I think she knows what I think Liz Cheney knows about it. I would suspect that the George W. Bush and his family know about it. I think the Republican establishment conspired with the Democrat leadership to try to destroy the Donald Trump movement to try to destroy the nationalist American first movement to clear it out of the way. It was a mistake we let them get there. We let them vote in 2016. We weren't ready to steal the election. Fine. It was a terrible mistake. It will never never happen again. The people will never have a voice again, the oligarchy must close ranks. We must censor the media. We must get people fired. We must make everyone take the vaccine. This country's gotten too disorderly the people are getting too loud. We have to show them who's really in charge. It's us. Shouldn't it be it is we? Now listen tough guy. I want to ask you another question. And by the way, I don't know that it is, I think that usage that you're correct actually. But let me just tell you. No, no, no, let me just say, let me say Nancy Pelosi, I don't believe she's going to run again in 20 22. She wanted to go out like Queen Victoria. You know, she's been in there since I don't know. I think since since mcclellan was a general, she's been in there, but I think she decided in 2022, it's going to be such a bloodbath. She doesn't want any part of it. So she's going to go to the non feces infested part of San Francisco. It's very expensive to get there. But I believe, as a result of what happened yesterday, in Virginia, the election of junkin and so on, I don't believe that she sees a way out. Except to leave. I just have to say that I hold Nancy Pelosi goes out, not like Queen Victoria, but like Catherine the Great. I know what you mean. I have to tell you, honestly, that if she and others knew of this sort of thing, let's be honest, okay? We know that they firmly believe that they were saving America. I'll give them that. In committing these crimes in committing these crimes against we the people, they believed they were saving America. You know, good people, bad people, always believe they're doing good things. Hitler didn't think, oh, I'm demon possessed. That's why I hate the Jews. He didn't realize that. He thought he's doing a great thing. He has been anointed, you know, he's riding the vector of history..
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"All do in the sense of the modern environment. But however, I think they know to be successful every day they need to get up. This will need to be fixed. That fence needs to be fixed. I need to get my meals out here or whatever they need to do. It's not a lifestyle. I want to live, but I admire greatly. You know what? Warner said that stuck with me more than anything. It was right at the end of the episode and it hit me like a pile of rocks. It spoke to me, probably because of the head space I've been in lately. But you said something along the lines of, you know what's the secret to a good life or something like that? And he sat there. I think he chuckled and he said, you know what? It's just the not worry about so many things. There's just not a lot of things worth worrying too much about in life. You know, he went on a little bit from there about the simple things are often what man of the most and getting all wound up about all the others. It's just a quick way to get stressed out and worried and lose sight of the good stuff. And I'm, you know, so guilty of that so often over worrying overthinking, et cetera, et cetera, and it was just it was just like the thing that I need to hear after you have 6 days of stress and about this thing, stressing about that thing. And yeah, I mean, so much of our lives, whether you're worrying about financial success, worrying about career success, worrying about how many points are kids going to score in the basketball game. Worry about am I going to do this in a way that these people will think is right or that these people will like or whatever, and so much of it so trivial and people don't care about most of the other things. We build these false idols in our mind of what matters or what other people will think about us and all we're doing is perpetuating our own misery..
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"We were like this angle. I mean it was time. You're holding herself. So they dug out some rocks and stuff and put saddle blanket. And then i could sit. I can finally relax and be down and not be slow and that poor man that was holding me had held me all that time so when they did that then i i told him i said rick cold pacific and have to build a fire. Will there was snow on everything so tall burns. It has a fuel in it dead. So tall plants sakhawy sta. These are things that we have out here so he let so tolls and any he'd light one right there by my feet and so you got my feet warmed up. But the border patrolman. Dad rode up. And there's a picture an epic picture that rick took. It's a life magazine kind of picture. It's warner autumn. You'll with that stretcher. In front of riding up the bluffs behind him and those border patrol kind of lined up waiting for him get there and they took the stretcher and they lifted me they were awesome and they put me in that basket stretcher and then those guys by now it was dark and they carried me all the way up there never one of them slipped or fell i mean they just they were a team and they got me up there the co-pilot he said okay. Miami said you're not gonna fit in our helicopter so he's so we're gonna stick us through sideways and he so we're gonna put your head against the door and and then your legs are going to be sticking out in that for about two and a half feet outside. And so they tied me in with cargo traps and he held onto me and off. We went we had levin people told about a brat. Get off there. We got everybody out there. We were back door trucks and trailers. At eleven o'clock we go back. You're one thirty that exported. Yeah wow loan day atty bad. It could have been so much worse. Yeah tell you tell were fine. Yeah this one of the todd kelly. John hurt more wild stories. You say mr warner that sounds interesting. I got bit by alliance. Did that tell you that. No okay so so so. March eighth of nineteen were hunting in new mexico. We treat this calf killing lion in stand of pine trees and the guy with this shoots him twice in the chest. Everything's good and he falls out than the dogs pulled him down hill and they wrapped his body around a tree and it was kind of steep and then he went limp. And you know how dogs wool lie around they. They're all want to chew on a dentist to reward so dad i said he's dead. He's dead he said. But i am as practicality. I didn't want him to drag him down the hill so we'd have to pull him back up to skinny so i put my foot on the back of his shoulders to hold him against attorney and no kidding he stands up turns around and i remember thinking oh man. His eyes are yellow. He's looked at at any. Just reaches out grabs me by light jerks me down and bites me right to the cavs slipped off. The bone did not break the bone right through the meat or warner mr fearless warner is wailing on him with his best to getting the turn loose amee and the dogs are gar ballistic because i yelled when i hit the ground bit me and he lets go then he takes off and runs off and the dogs went at warner went and shot him point blank with his pistol. We'll the poor guy with us had never been in on alliance or any of that. I he says. Did you see him by you. And i'm like oh man. I'm thinking he broke my leg. It hurt i said. Go help warner so. I took off. My shoe rolled up my long underwear and blood was everywhere and i had fourteen. Puncture was the canines and the claws. So i put my foot against a tree. Gently pushed as my experiment was if it moves. It's broken and if it doesn't so by the time they got up there had moved. And i sit down. It's just superficial superficial. It was just fourteen puncture. Wouldn't go well. Ironically we bandaged it up and stopped the bleeding and went down to the skin the lion and rode out at our forty five minutes to the truck and so they gave me a rabies. Shot in each puncture. They also up puncture wounds. Took seventy five days for those to heal. But i drove back over there the next day we got two more lions in the next three days i it there was no pain. Caught two more lions on the hut there were calf killers on part one of this podcast series. We've just barely introduced the glens and they've given us insight into their lifestyle history and some iconic family stories next episode. We'll dive in deeper into the craft of dry ground lion hunting and will learn. That warner was the first person to document alive jaguar. In the united states he wrote a short book about it called is of fire. We're going to hear the whole story directly from him. A truly cherish the opportunity to highlight families like the glens. In my opinion mr warner is the embodiment of a living legend. And we haven't even heard half the story later will learn how he and his wife. Wendy who has since passed away helped start an influential conservation. Group called the mao borderlands group. You also haven't heard about the fist fight in his younger years. That catalyzed.
"warner" Discussed on Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness
"Rotten vegetables and stuff and that without that. I mean without that you wouldn't have had this an empathy in this strive to do this work that has is shining light for so many other people. I think that the mud of my the way. I treated that friend and seventh grade really woke me up to the that i had. I wasn't just a victim that i had these. These you know. I could be this mean person too and that was really jarring and weakening and so so. Maybe it's it's those challenges that help us wake up to to grow and change and toward in a better way if we if we deal with them if we see very see right if we see them and think about them and confront them then i agree with you completely In and of themselves not necessarily not always you know people just conformed star Scar tissue. But i mean that's something. I'm very interested in right now basically Who who comes out of the mud growing and changing. And who doesn't and why. I got a whole other podcasts. Thank you so much this has been so it's fascinating. Your book is fascinating. I'm going to be diving into in bits and pieces so it's really i think it it. You know it is really helpful and healing to to understand. And all of that. So i i really thank you for the work that you've done with this and thou you're putting this out in the world and sharing your voice in with with this work The book is and then they stopped talking to making sense of middle school judith warner Where else can people find out more about you and give share any a. Ha's they may have from this conversation with you. Was i can always reach out to me on. I web site which is just judith. Warner dot com. I finally got my name a domain. After many years They can find me on twitter. At judith warner On instagram which. I'll admit i've not good at using at At making sense of middle school. And i have a judith warner. Facebook page which i tried to remember look at so i would just say for social media. Twitter is the one that i actually see the most frequently and know how to use. Thank you so much. This has been a real pleasure. I really appreciate your time. That pleasure for me. thank you so much. Thank you for the work that you do it so important for me. The takeaways from this conversation are about that safe haven about that safe haven and that warning to give me some restraint from intervening you know like this whole democ has been hard for both kids there. In that critical time middle school their friends are important. Really really separated isolated them which has been horned hunch and unpracticed in just to be open minded. Be that safe haven. Make our home. That safe haven. So i'm wondering what your takeaways are. I would love to hear them. Please tell me. I love it. When you share the podcasts and tag me and let me know you can tag me at mindful mama mentor. I love to hear your takeaways. Do you agree. Maybe you think that we should torino more. I don't know let me know what you think about this episode. And i hope it's helped you know. It really always comes back to that like we have to be that presence right. We have to be that mindful presence where we can accept our own feelings. We can accept our kids feelings and so always comes back to this work. We do with ourselves as so so fascinating. So yeah if you want more resources you on that work that we do ourselves. I have them at mindful mama. Mentor dot com. Check it out. Click around in there and they'll let me know what you think about this episode. You know if you liked it. Share it with some friends who could help. And that's all just wish a new great week. Thank you so much for listening. Hey thank you so much for listening to the audio book of reason could humans. It's doing really well. The paperback got translated into bulgarian. Have copies crazy so shout out anyone who speaks bulgarian right now. Shout out to you. All these resources are here for you. 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"warner" Discussed on Overdue
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"warner" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast
"I'm background. I was a stockbroker. Originally an investment analysts ran broking businesses and yet now i pay the family bills by still doing non-executive work in the city. I'm take half my life in the school governance tight. Rose take up the other hall paid. So that's the union already because quite often described as city. Financier edna a whole welded. I don't from various financial broking. Businesses investment businesses for years and now as a non exact tend to sit on the board all sorts of businesses. I chaired phones. The accountants for five years came off the ball. They're having my son in march on the chair. The board of an aviation services business that shelters et everything from private jets to phrases a chair. A couple of investment funds. That's my city practitioner stuff and then on the other side of the moments. I j wheelchair rugby on. The committee runs world athletics. The ipc and i chaired the charity. But what are those a three fun. Pro bono things that i do to scratch the sports nutrition. So are you an accountant by training. All back. the i-it-it's trained as an investment manager. My sort of city exams going way back were in the stock. And so what you good you. Good sized organizations and working out. You know the plumbing of them and how they work. And where the money in the boardroom. Particularly sort of creating an galvanizing a team. So deliver for a business and yeah. That's tends to be what i've done in school. The uk. Thanks was a big turnaround situation. Spent six months british question. The interim chess holding out of the boat and the government's they're the people call upon me so help get i sort of getting ship show. You put an get a border pointing the direction and that's the same whether it's in the city or whether it's in school it's a lot of alchemy of the people that the ball table finding the right chief executive backing the right person. Yes so the one. The one thing. I've done so far wheelchair rugby which come through in the last eighteen months or so is lead. The search for the next chief executive who's taking from our retiring. Ceo frankly with the gold medal team in tokyo last week. The appointment we've made of the next chief executive is critical for the future. All say yes the you all the time to getting that right. If i'm on the board of a of a sports governing body and you walk in the door and they say right we've higher. Ed warner my thinking nine mail on this is going to be hall. The also i'm going to be. He's going to be analyzing do. What was the general feedback nine. I can't clearly to go. I think more stick is is galvanizing people to be really ambitious normalization. So if you just want to spin your wheels and accreditation on the finish line in return for being a non executive director of a school and it's going to be champagne prone sandwiches then. Yes that's why. I want for me going to squeeze every ounce for the spoke so on on challenging that because i don't like passengers at the bold sizable because these all precious seats and people will give their seats. They have a chance to sit on the board of catholics or of wheelchair rugby or for life foundation. Or whatever it might be. If you don't really cooling you're white as executive director or trustee will get out of the way because someone else would love to do that because they believe in the school they believe in the club they believe in the charity and they really want to give to it. So is the chad. What i wanna days have a mix of people with different skills backgrounds ages outlooks on life in the organization but all he bring a real question for it and they wanna give time for it to you often find people who died people fitting in. Might i never quite know in this conversation. Terms of i'm a fan of spurs. I'm a fan of athletics. I also an accountant or lawyer. Or whatever i can do a job here and this is something that i'm giving my time. Quays is sort of charitable thing but also it. They're all benefits to it. And then you've got the other extreme and these say reich. That's that's bad because they could be cruising along a defined sort of lacking innovation and drive and always things but then the other extreme is that you get a bunch of technocrats who come. Don't give a toss about the actual subject matter and it becomes a sort of cold rational experience knowing that is where you can't athletics himself in the last company as their technocrats with that title. Who haven't goals real understanding of the schools and one. You shouldn't have sports from a tiny blindsided who have given their life to it. I love it because they weren't necessarily have the perspective required to thanks to teach before it. You have to have enough of them. It's a blend of fresh thinking outside. Challenge a real understanding also. Won't make this bold sake because over these fools ultimately rely on volunteers and a bunch of technocrats. Come in try and tell the volunteers wall to wash. I know empathy with the grassroots. It's a recipe for disaster. And i happen to think right now that you've gone too far away hustle komo see outcome of that. What's the downside. demonstrable coming. you which is of the elite end is going away. I'm the grassroots is struggling and commercially Sports radio position not help by coming and lots of disgruntlement within the sport where people who give their time trackside every week come rain will shine a looking at head. Office saying yeah. What do they know. What are they telling me to do this. And that fall dead demonstrating no understanding of what makes school work. I'm sure it's getting that balance wheel on about wheelchair. Rugby element having watched a bit of it. So your job is. The chad is not to try telling people what works. Wheelchair updates to do everything. You can't decide cop the knowledge from people they do understand the spoke to give yourself the specif- to then manage a board of people. All hot to rugby died in the will experts and some outside expertise of people who love spoke more seen of it to get the best combination of people. And it's it's just having that balance right you call. It will be super vinings. Oil super bowl is but you need enough of that as wettest people that got to read understanding of finance or governance so cover things that. Come out that if you pan back from. Uk athletics if he then go to the olympic level. There's a question again. I'm never sure about is whether medals should matter as much as we emphasis put on them and that sort of chestnut. But we'll put that to one side because that does shape incentives in the system and judges performance but if you pan back and look at a sport like athletics or swimming has the olympic central model which generates this enormous amount of money which then feeds back into individual. Sports has that made them complacent. Has that been a barrier to innovation. Is there a argument that actually the sports should evolve to stand on their own two feet formal.
"warner" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"Were not asked to take polygraphs as you pointed out captain but the fact is kaelin warner was one of the last people to see leanna liana could have returned home after finding that the clerks were out putting her home by five twenty or so if that were the case then what happened. Her mother didn't call police until eight. Forty eight pm and we know that based off of the phone records and everybody else involved in this case. So what do we know about the warner's the media covering the case revealed. The kaelin and chris had been married before and there was some indication of turmoil in released one of their relationships the year before leanna was born in nineteen ninety eight chris warner and his ex wife got into a violent confrontation involving blows both sought mutual restraining orders. And chris's ex maintaining that he had an uncontrollable temper chris's petition for a restraining order. Stated that his ex wife had threatened kaelin and her two daughters from a previous marriage. Authorities looked at the situation but said that the incident with the ex wife quote didn't raise any red flags now we don't know how thoroughly they looked into the ex wife but we would say that raises some flags. Yeah he should look into it but again if she has a solid and the by the maybe that's why they moved on well and it sounds like a lot of this a lot of these issues between him and his ex by then they may have buried the hatchet right because the the confrontation the violent confrontation between the two occurred in nineteen ninety eight Leeann award go missing until two thousand and three. Chris warner was a heavy equipment mechanic at a nearby employer as well as a volunteer for the ambulance service. He shared a son. Anthony warner with his ex wife. Kaelin was a manager at easy. Stop a convenience store in chisholm. There is another weird story involving leanna and the warner's that came out and again. Investigators dismissed it as amounting to nothing but it is a little strange according to the warners..
"warner" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"That the police told the public. They were looking people that they wanted to interview. And this came in the form of some names as well as descriptions of unknown individuals. We need to start diving into some of these people that they were talking about. At the top of today's show one of the individuals that they were looking for was a twenty three year old convicted sex offender. Who later would be known as a person of interest in this case and his name is lee allen whoo twenty three years old convicted sex offender. Now they have not specifically announced or address any direct connection between this lee allen. Woo and lee anna warner however they said that he became a person of interest one because of his criminal background and to because he stole a vehicle on the same day that leanna disappeared and operated that vehicle with a expired license or invalid license at the time. Of course when you have somebody with a criminal background and it is a sex offense you have a little girl who goes missing a guy that's known to be in the area and he steals a vehicle on that day and chooses to break other laws you want to know as an investigator. Why why on this day did you feel the need to steal a vehicle and operate illegally. Operate a vehicle. Authorities also asked for help in locating john. Bartell who they said was not a suspect. All we know about him police said that he was known to travel between chisholm and the twin cities they were. Also looking for a bruce william christianson of hibbing minnesota. He was not a suspect but could have vital information. In the case bruce christianson had seventeen. Criminal cases filed against him between the years of nineteen ninety seven and two thousand and six so a busy guy. He eventually went to prison for robbery where he beat a fellow inmate to death with a piece of railing that he broke off in order to use as a weapon. He was sentenced to an additional thirty years for that murder. An article about his sentencing says the in september of two thousand and three. He pled guilty to making terrorist threats. Against kaelin warner very interesting. Sounds like a piece of two thousand and three september. He pled guilty to making terrorist threats against the mother of leanna warner christianson. Apparently blamed kaelin for the police interest in him and leonidas case and threatened to shoot her scumbag. We don't know if there was any direct connection between kaelin warner and this guy but he attempted to attack a prosecutor in court and was subject to several mental health evaluations around the same time. Yeah real of shit so it sounds to me captain like when police ask you that horrible question that that nobody wants to be asked. Do you know anybody that would want to harm your family or hurt your child or would have any reason to Do something against your family. I don't know this to be the case. But i'm wondering if this man for whatever reason was somebody that was named by the family Because it seems like he wanted revenge or to retaliate against the warner family specifically kaelin For the police interest in him. Give a shoji the reason why they're looking at you because you go on to threaten the mother. It's like look if he had nothing to do with it. It's like look. I'm i'm willing to cooperate. I'm willing to answer your questions. I had nothing to do with this. Yeah he's definitely a violent man at the end of the day. No doubt about that..
"warner" Discussed on Niners Nation
"Low expectations. So they figure okay. This is the expected tax rate. What's the actual act. Rate was difference. Fred warners was minus sixteen in half. And that's the best mark any defensive players in two thousand seventeen so not just any linebacker Player in the last five years Only three linebackers posted a completion. Rate below fifty five percent edmark. Barron was the other one. He's a converted safety. So fred warner's the only true linebacker that fits that mole and just fantastic play as coverage linebacker And i think people don't give them enough credit for that versatility. He brought his past season. I mean a lot of people. I think at twenty nineteen thought that the linebacker play was really benefited from the fact that they had such a stout defensive line for them yet. I thought fred warner shattered that narrative this past season when You know the four hundred was completely banged up. They didn't have the same password. Yes fred warner was just as effective as coverage player against the run in even contributed I think you russell passer ninety three times and he recorded thirty thirteen pressures both career highs so his versatility has been improving your ear and now under go ryan's i think he's gonna taste that four as is even more aggressive as fast and it's only you know i think only gonna get better than fred moore's centerpiece of that so i don't get the takes that they overpaid for. What are the outer supposed to meet player at a position of need. But what else was supposed to be paid player. And you will take care of that blair homegrown player face of the franchise player. I it's not often that the numbers match up with the eye test. Because you can manipulate a lot of these things. But warner last year was one of two players yet. That had more than one hundred tackles two or more pass defense to a more interceptions and one or more fumble recovery He allowed at one point. I believe it was up until week. Sixteen i don't have a final number. He was allowing three point nine yards per target which is unreal. And just the fact that he's asked to do what he does. I remember i was talking to a former quarterback on the forty niners roster new told me they have a check where anytime a defense goes or the offense goes empty. They just have worn bogarde. The receiver. Who else can say that. They have a linebacker. They're comparable with guarding. Whether it's you know. Cooper got a hollywood brown whatever the type of receive it is and we've seen him. We've seen him care. Receivers down the middle of the field. And he's running in stride with him. He's remember julian edmund. He's taken routes underneath. He just does so many things where It's it's hard not to justify paying him honestly so emam..
"warner" Discussed on Niners Nation
"Welcome to shanta plan. This is episode forty nine. We have some football to talk about. I'm joined by a as always a cost. What's going on. Man was advocate Finally excited to have some real football news in not just the office dribble that we were talking about the so. The forty niners paid. Fred warner the was never in doubt and thankfully we did not have to suffer through summer of hashtags. But the forty niners made fred warner the highest paid linebacker in the nfl. How long will that be. I do not know because you know. Roquan smith is coming next year. Darius leonard is coming more than likely within a couple of months if not before. The season starts but fred warner. Five years ninety. Five million forty. Five million guaranteed was a forty million guaranteed A lot of money guaranteed five as forty point five air. It is just a great for him. So i was born in san diego. He's from san diego. This is great to see you know people in the city come up. I like that. Obviously one of the best players one of the best defensive players. nfl Just throughout this morning we've been seeing that people are saying he's the best coverage linebacker the nfl. Which is true. But i think it's fair to say that fred warner's one of the best coverage players in the. Nfl is it's important to make that distinction and he just means so much to this team and he signed through the next wet through. Twenty twenty. six is a big deal. wars Your initial takeaways. When you saw this deal go down. Reggie think overpay but did you think you know. We're kind of expecting it to ballpark right. Fred warner embodies. Exactly what a franchise player. It's drafted in the third round as the tuner and works. His way up in is now at the top position. All pro player on the field at high character off field. Hatton leader available. I tweeted out. He's played at least ninety. Three percent of the defensive snaps. The last three seasons which highest on the forty niners also available reliable. It's exactly what you want in a player. And the last time coordinators had player of his caliber deforest buckner joseph trade him for a first round pick And us out on germont kin law this time around. It didn't have that option surly. They chose to go ahead. And pay warner i have no problem with the contract. Nick in the highest paid linebacker. But you mentioned when these new deals getting for roquan smith their slender most likely warner's annual average values gonna draw but i've got no problem with it Ah logical bring a positional value when it comes to paying players A premium yet. I allow people misunderstand. What framework brings to the field. Whether it's in coverage you know we talk about cars. Dance goes ryan back covers. Slot receivers And his numbers are right there with any defensive back and then he turned that around. He's good run Yet career high pressures. I believe in pass rushes on this past season. So he added that element asked the package linebacker. Exactly what you want player. Glad they got the deal done week before training camp and we didn't get any silly. There is an elite player. So on the forty niners. He's top three coverage top three pass rush top Run stop everything. You want on defense. He's there and you mentioned just him being a team player. He puts the team first. And i remember Last year he had the interception where he jumped believe. It was against the giants and after that he didn't take credit for he. He said i gotta give credit to tart and he went in basically gave a long answer explaining how tarp saw this during the week and fast forward. Oj's he asking. why didn't you skip. You don't have new contract. what are you doing. you can risk this and he said. I put my teammates. I i'm not gonna you know this is what i do so i think having that type of mindset just makes it so easy to keep him around market him a he should be one of the faces of the nfl. He really that good. He's young and he's a marketable guys. He's a fun guy to be around so it's good to see guys like that. Get reward paid because you mentioned not having the third round pick everybody you know we always point back to the first round is but hitting on these second third fourth round picks like that's really build your rosser and build them. Just become a playoff caliber team. And that's what they are. And that's why the forty nine niners to have a very strong very strong roster right now so three highest paid players at their position. Even though it's not gonna last long we talked a little bit about that is that a problem is going to be an issue. Going forward Prom they've got a quarterback on a rookie contract who isn't going to eat much of the salary cap. So the four nine hundred setting themselves up for trailing to takeover make six million dollars a season and you spill the gaps everywhere else so no problem with Pay guys premium especially when we expect a salary cap to really rise years here Postcode at one of the one of the big worries that you know a lot of people mentioned were was jimmy garoppolo's contract going to stop the team from doing what they wanted to do and disease move proved that it did not yeah. I don't think it had as much of an impact as we thought. I think the biggest thing for that was the market or merrin corners the market for collies check and some of the players. That were free agents Avocation brat minion mosaic Tar iran get a premium yet. Didn't really right so they all came back one year. More proven deals and that gave the forty niners sort of the freedom to be able to go ahead. Keep jimmy garoppolo. Still draft quarterback and fred were an extension so a fantastic work with the front office right salary. Cap guys prog murphy. brian jeff. Diamond all those guys at work in the front office at crunch numbers. They did halbe jobs. Off season in putting together this roster i think one of the warriors was. You know an ad or is isn't the right way to say just because they signed samson had become but could they have gotten a better pass rush. Maybe who was worth like two or three million more and then you go down the line. Would they have been interested more. Would they have gone in harder. On a julio jones type of player so in that sense maybe but in the big picture they were able to get what they needed to and jimmy still on the roster so you have a veteran you have rookie and then you were able to bring back your core and maintain your core which is a big deal. So some of the takes surrounding fred warner. This morning there is a lot of people have have not watched fred warner and most of it comes back to just being a linebacker and off while linebacker isn't really valued in the nfl. And you can just look at how. They're paid before obviously This contract and i think actually warner being paid. What he's paid is a good thing and tells you that he is really that valuable but you know a lot of people they look at warner and they think that it's a terrible misunderstanding of the positional value. Because they see ninety five and five. And that's all that really matters but you ignore a lot of what they do or what does as a player so the analytics crowd thinks that you don't pay off ball linebacker because you wanna have a stronger coverage unit so overpaying for an off ball linebacker. They don't bit like it's the cost effective way to go about building your team. Which ignores the fact. That fred warner is the best coverage linebacker in the nfl and one of the best coverage players. The nfl if you were to name ten the top team coverage players in the nfl. It'd be very hard to make that list and not list warner so. Context is missing here. But that's what happens on the internet. i'm going to various leonard. Stop months ago and you know. I've seen a ton of comments. Like oh he's overrated. He's not as good as darius leonard. This not even true. They're not playing the same sport. What what were some of the some of the texture you saw. Did it drive you crazy to it. Did and a lot of the takes are just people. See fred warner. They see linebacker. The highest paid linebacker. He forty million he nine million dollars total and they just think that's too much for not linebacker like you mentioned yet. Was the numbers behind. What fred warren has done past season passer rating loud sixty or a nfl dot com Stats tracks this stat..