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Rewilding Earth Podcast Episode 78: Iowa Rewilding and Big River Connectivity With Mark Edwards - burst 01

Rewilding Earth

03:23 min | Last week

Rewilding Earth Podcast Episode 78: Iowa Rewilding and Big River Connectivity With Mark Edwards - burst 01

"I'm still Just in the throes realizing how wild it is where i live and yet where i live is the most biologically altered state north america. We've converted roughly ninety eight percent of the state for ume needs farming mostly roads highways and cultural kind of things like that. And so. I feel like i've been really lucky. I have a numerous france that i still maintain visiting one. Those main couvert island and so for example. And so i get to go to these places still. But i really like teasing him in particular like wait. You left i with this front on it. We don't figure out here where we're gonna figure it out. I mean he wanted to go over. There was something left a lot of friends in that but it became clear to me. I go visit those places like going to wilderness areas. But really the wildness is about more my relationship to my place wherever i am and so i've really come to love. I will bear very deeply and lake. I love it a lot. Because of what's been done to in a very short amount of time and yet i see potential there that i don see other places and i think that's really how i got into the reviled and so here. I am with the re wilding nut connecting with the people. I know and so i met roger. Ross give for this process and we kind of formed a partnership and Ross is extremely important in my life at that time because he's very challenged to me. We both agreed on. We were following rewinding We at read most all the same odd. We read most all the same books in southern deep understanding the language of each other but we came from past history a whole different way as was a local agricultural a business And here's mine trying to work with all the different environmental organizations trying to learn every plant species all that kind of level and between the two of us. I challenge each other tremendously and that's I think would really Catchers be wild Wild ethic that we're trying to do. We're both trying to learn how to be wilder and what rewinding me. And it's changed me tremendously. I just keep reading and reading a read most of this stuff before. How do i apply that to my own thing about. I don't have to wilderness anymore. I used to go a lot and well supposed to grow up. I still love places. I still find that interesting. But i have never been a wilder place in one sense of the word than i am where i live now on. I and i'm surrounded by corn beans. Two thirds of the statements covered into animal species. It's absolutely frightening how that green curtain and what's frightening is how people look at it and see that as a agreeing healthy thing on the national level what was being addressed was wilderness series or what we have stuff that's left. Where can we

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A highlight from Rewilding Earth Podcast Episode 78: Iowa Rewilding and Big River Connectivity With Mark Edwards

Rewilding Earth

03:23 min | Last week

A highlight from Rewilding Earth Podcast Episode 78: Iowa Rewilding and Big River Connectivity With Mark Edwards

"I'm still Just in the throes realizing how wild it is where i live and yet where i live is the most biologically altered state north america. We've converted roughly ninety eight percent of the state for ume needs farming mostly roads highways and cultural kind of things like that. And so. I feel like i've been really lucky. I have a numerous france that i still maintain visiting one. Those main couvert island and so for example. And so i get to go to these places still. But i really like teasing him in particular like wait. You left i with this front on it. We don't figure out here where we're gonna figure it out. I mean he wanted to go over. There was something left a lot of friends in that but it became clear to me. I go visit those places like going to wilderness areas. But really the wildness is about more my relationship to my place wherever i am and so i've really come to love. I will bear very deeply and lake. I love it a lot. Because of what's been done to in a very short amount of time and yet i see potential there that i don see other places and i think that's really how i got into the reviled and so here. I am with the re wilding nut connecting with the people. I know and so i met roger. Ross give for this process and we kind of formed a partnership and Ross is extremely important in my life at that time because he's very challenged to me. We both agreed on. We were following rewinding We at read most all the same odd. We read most all the same books in southern deep understanding the language of each other but we came from past history a whole different way as was a local agricultural a business And here's mine trying to work with all the different environmental organizations trying to learn every plant species all that kind of level and between the two of us. I challenge each other tremendously and that's I think would really Catchers be wild Wild ethic that we're trying to do. We're both trying to learn how to be wilder and what rewinding me. And it's changed me tremendously. I just keep reading and reading a read most of this stuff before. How do i apply that to my own thing about. I don't have to wilderness anymore. I used to go a lot and well supposed to grow up. I still love places. I still find that interesting. But i have never been a wilder place in one sense of the word than i am where i live now on. I and i'm surrounded by corn beans. Two thirds of the statements covered into animal species. It's absolutely frightening how that green curtain and what's frightening is how people look at it and see that as a agreeing healthy thing on the national level what was being addressed was wilderness series or what we have stuff that's left. Where can we

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"wilder" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

08:02 min | Last week

"wilder" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"Better. Aa gonna make you have a soul at find a soul. The way wilder found his soul all the stuff in the world. A doing that. That's on you brother. And he did it. He did it. So i wanted to make choice. Cemented that If there's nothing else to really break down with this fight from from the xs and os and a physical digs taking place inside that ring. Then i think we've covered pretty damn good. I would like to touch on. Why wilder because i know a lot of people asked why wilde supposedly refused to take congratulations from sure. I'm i'm glad you brought that up when you said if there was nothing else i was gonna say the one thing that i would have liked to have seen after after deontay wilder will behave the way he did during that fight. A literally changed my view of them in part is i wish she just said like. Hey man good fight. I know we talked a lot of crazy talk. Whatever it's part of the five. They did a good job of hyping. It they delivered on. I would've loved to have seen him. Say congratulations he said all the right things in an in those statement he released after he said. I did everything i couldn't the best man one. I was super disappointed that he wouldn't go over and shake the guy's hand because at the end of the day. Okay insulted each other. But they've been in there three times together beating the crap out of each other best man one just like he said in his statement to shake hands mad. Good on you. Could you beat me congratulations. So i'm glad you wanna address that because i thought that was interesting component of the whole fight. Yeah listen here's my my feeling on it in some ways the same as you when when these two guys act like warriors site that squared circle in that chamber truth is often would refer to it And as the great lab emerging. I believe Once referred to it many years ago. When it's all over you very very seldom if almost never you you do. Not you do not see those two combatants show mutual respect. You know whether. It's hugging each other shaking hands and braces. Whatever because they both knew where they went they knew boat knew what was at risk. They both knew what it took to go to a place. Most people will never have the capacity to go to to a place where stalk and you got to bring your own frequent light. And you don't know if you come out of this types and you don't know how far in there you could go until you go so you see a mutual respect that is unmatched sport at any other contests than anything in the world to be quite honest and it's it's rewarding to see it and it is and i think it's important to see it fall of us to almost justify that these two men were trying to have frigging kill each other before. I think it's almost necessary for us to think what still human that that you know. We're not a roman crowd you know. That's just looking for blood that we're looking for more than that. We're looking to see. Two men show was something we have never seen before. Show us how far one can go. How far one can stretch what they thought were limits. You know it almost teaches us. You know teaches us that you know. It's not only about you know going out there and giving it you know the old college try and just you know going going to the extent that you can go to as almost like it's reminding us in a strange way that we have a responsibility to find out you know we always say do your best but it's almost takes it to another place. Do your best but almost like you should have the should have to curiosity to find out what could be what could be out there for you. What is possible and you can never find that out into your until you're willing to until you willing to go beyond you've ever gone before you won't to to take that risk you will to go into as i often say that dog place and not stop when it gets talk but instead keep going even when you sometimes can't see where the hell you go. I know that sounds crazy. But you know i mean if you have those voyagers of those you know explorers. Many many years ago didn't keep going out on the ocean. We never would have known that. The world's not flat you don't fall off and in some ways they teach us to be on little voyages to be on little you know discoverers to discover how far is too far and what is never too far. They teach us that they show us that and sometimes it gets pretty brutal and again. I think we need to see them embrace the way they often do almost always do. We need to see them embrace to know that. We're still human to know that this says you know. There's a reason why we watch this. It's not just about somebody being knocked into their unconscious state. That is about things that are more valid than that more meaningful more important than that and that they show is that by embracing in giving that respect each other so i think that a lot of people were upset by. I heard that there was a lot of people and you upset about it. But for me i want to give a couple of excuses for it but i wanna point out a couple of things that haven't been pointed out about that the way that wild act it afterwards. So did act have towards. That did not bode well with everybody..

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"wilder" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

08:10 min | Last week

"wilder" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"You stole my thunder earlier. By the way as an intro to the fight i was going to say teddy. Not much to talk about this weekend. Maybe we could pick up on the college football something but you already told them that. We're going to talk about the heavyweight fights. So let's get into the undercard. Adam colonoscopy gets a rematch against robert helenians which was a bit of an upset when robert beat him. The first time. I at least i was surprised crazy. How crazy is that. That whole lenny. Who still big dog. A pretty sizable dog shows you. That sometimes these guys like when my heavenly eileen for sonny liston and lists seven seventy one favorite ally you know obviously stops them and then the rematch listens to favorite store and i mean it happens. It happens but people gave no credit lettuce and look at what he show themselves to be. He's shown themselves to be just a tough guy that was given really you know was given opponents that will favorable to build a record or gambian very nice. It was given those kind of poets. I mean i know that he beat he. Beat harry all was forty four years old. But that's and. Chris gave a tremendous and kudos to chris. What a warrior he gave a tremendous effort to ruiz against ruis but still Ariola had been through a lot of losses a tough times you know. Obviously he's past his best so he beats ariola slugfest and and then he gets he gets stopped by eleni is and then they go and they make karakia favorite again. We're dead not seeing what kentucky is not. So you thought i was gonna say kentucky is no. They're not seeing what he's not. He's not a fight with would probabl- properly defined skills with good technique. He's he's like wilder. That's i mean really. We speak the truth here. It's a shame what. I look at my. It's the same as i look at water in some ways. I think what a shame. Because but i think like a teacher thanks. I think what a shame that nobody of a tortoise lionhearted guy how to fight what is shame that nobody ever taught him the basics of fighting. And i think about what to blake. Great mickey duff. What are the great boxing. Promoters of all he used to say teddy. This guy gets insulted. If you miss them. I mean i. 'cause tomato would've tripped and said teddy. Somebody needs to tell this guy. It's not illegal to move his head. I mean it's absurd in my business. You know what i look and say. These guys aren't taught anything with all the heart. They got the difference between of course him and wada. What was born with a lot more talent. I've been well water. Water has great genetics. Wada has superior talent so whether superior atlanticism will just get right to the point. Power as i always say punches are not made. They are born and wada. Has that gift but why go now to fight either. Quick thing about one quick thing about that fight though and then i want to hear what you thought about. The actual fight is that kohanovsky. He took a beating against helena's it was like lanier new. Wh what he had in front of them from the first fight adam didn't do anything to improve in the second fight in the the second fight just was a continuation of the beating in the first army. Beat the crap out of every round to the point where adam was blatantly hitting him with the polish packers shot right outta andrew ladas playbook. I couldn't believe this one tool. Okay we try to get out slow. And that's once he's constipated sometimes. Okay the commentators sometime in okay. The commentators sometimes play politics. They sit in the middle of they will say something that they think is gonna upset somebody. Why the not that should job. But it is case they will right they will right now he was he was trying to get he was trying to get out and and he was one of two things but he's trying to get out but the other thing is as trying to obviously hurt the guy. Slow the guy down from doing what he's don't told me you see. He's in other words he's in a desperate place Nurtured place where he doesn't have any answers but also if he gets out by hidden guy low then it's not like he gets stopped. You know it's it's a not all but in his mind it is my right. It's like if i get disqualified. It's a little different in his mind under fire at that moment. It's a little different than getting knocked out of well. You use wilder as an example wilder to me gained more fans than he could have ever imagined. I have a new level of respect for wilder cookie. What it did exactly. What sugar ray. Leonard did in the first round fight in a loss. He gained he in that laws. Gained as you just touched on the respect of defense that he never had before because the way because the way behave. Yeah my point with kornacki. You'd be better off to just keep doing what you doing in. Take your lumps but to do that. To get out throws away that entire effort that you might have put in otherwise swamp gonna add some to what you said about going into this fight. Picking up way left off. I'll change it gonna as a little some a little a little more definitive and a little more a little more important from fighters perspective of mortality. That i took more out of him. I think than people realize you know not everybody. Is george foreman. George foreman very special man as a person and as as a human being as a person and also physically that what he could endure he come back ten years later and win a world title at forty five and what. He could adore very special man. Not everybody has the capacity to endure the way that enjoyed former. Did and i'm here to say that. What will missing a boat on a little bit. Maybe is how much that first. Speeding with helena's took out of kentucky. You know. everybody only has if we're going to. We're going to kind of put it this way. Only have so many punches in them that they could take Is you know. It's like a rock. You hit a rocky hit a rock. It doesn't go anywhere. You hit the rocket the rock and and then maybe on your five hundred fifty thousand strike on iraq a piece chips off and that's what that's what. The endurance leveled the capacity of hits. The rock had on it. You don't know what that number is on. Human being. Everyone is different and that number is a little different for with people like george foreman and maybe people even maybe we'll find out down the road that's when you find out maybe even people like water. We don't know what that number is but we might be at that number will kentucky or very close to it. Because if he's got between between the punchestown attentional low blows. That's like that. That that's what i mean about. He could've got knocked out and moved on with his career and he could have made the argument..

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"wilder" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports

Wendell's World & Sports

05:04 min | 2 weeks ago

"wilder" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports

"He accused bark. Brianna spiking is water. The old Hand and trainer that he had and he made an accusation that someone had tampered with. Fury's gloves w what the hell are we talking about here. We've been talking crazy every ever since. He got his head Ever since he got his ass kicked and the second fight so i. I don't know exactly what changes are going to be made for the first time when they thought that it was a situation where men wait a minute while he's looking at this guy saying wait a minute i'm not su- physically bigger and stronger than this guy. Got a guy who's bigger taller whiter than deny so. Where am i gonna go what what's going to be happening so look for this fight coming him. Wilder is a little bit heavier than he was the second fight when he weighed in the to thirty one compared to the first fight when he weighed in the to seventeen fury came into the second fighter to seventy one to seventy one up from two fifty seven the first time they fought. Now he's hovering around two seventy seven to seventy eight for this fight of the game plan is going to be the same wasn't a. I wasn't a second fight. The second fight from the opening. Bell fury raham sprinted to the center of the ring. Everybody was like. Are you gonna bark. So you're going to be the counterpuncher poetry. Then he ever furious. Like now i'm gonna go out there. And i'm going to establish My strength i'm gonna go out there. I'm gonna establish the dictation of the fight. i'm gonna go out there and kinda dictate which way we're going to be going. He ran out to the center of the ring and began the fight. Detroit style the pace the aggression right there and wilder was batting up while we get backing up. The backing up look hesitant. He was falling for the faints of fury and such the footwork. From tyson in the first couple of rounds was superb. And i think that can of flustered wilder a little bit in any chance of a competitive fight between those two in the second ended near the end of the third round when wildwood was dropped by overhand. Right about thirty five seconds left up going around and that was it. He would never the same never the same. He doesn't have the experience of how to recover from something like that. So around four through seven. I'll give wilder credit. I mean he instead of pretty strong. Jim he can take an asshole open because four five six and seven those rounds fury was beating him up and while they're never recovered from that del yet no plan b. and if planning isn't working for dante where we're gonna go here yuengling get on his toes. Start boxing he ain't going. He doesn't have the defensive skills he doesn't have the experience of when you get hurt on what on what to do to try to survive and tried to thriving it back into the fight yet. None of that. So i don't know exactly what else is going to do if you saw that. Fight in the second the second and you saw fury just a lean in owning in lean of this guy putting his entire upper body on the back of the knit of the head and back of the net of duranti wilder..

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'Combat Sports News & Clubb Bangerz (#7): Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder' ft. Clubber D the Combat G (Ball & Buds Podcast Episode #27)

Ball

04:47 min | 2 weeks ago

'Combat Sports News & Clubb Bangerz (#7): Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder' ft. Clubber D the Combat G (Ball & Buds Podcast Episode #27)

"Who who. Who will he choose. We are waiting with baited yes. It's minted baited breath. My friend take it away. I know everybody wants to know what is club. Radice pick who who is club or diga pick. Who does the combat she think will win the rubber match between tyson fury and deonte wilder. Who's gonna win before. I give my prediction. Let's see what led up to this so we all know about the first fight. It was a draw me personally. I thought wilder should one. That count was kinda slow. I kinda slow. The count was low and When weary with furious. I got floored he got up damn near one that round if wow they knock them down fear would win that fight. It was still close. It was a draw. Some people say if you're a one but because of that devastating knockout. Some people gave to wilder giving edge either way. It was a draw bill to the second fight. Second fight i mean fury swishes holtkamp. Camp up start training macron boxing with with with sugarhill legendary Transco for manual store recipes. You know saying nobody number legends in heart in hard hitters came out of a crop. Boxing up there in detroit but Gower sugarhill changes. Oh game playing math. Wilders ass out now louder has um you know a couple of excuses. He said here i. It was His suit was too heavy. But one actually address negro power engine recruiter table with attitude One should look like extra. Game of thrones. You chose look like that. So don't don't blame the suit. That was you buddy. So i said of the suit was actually twenty forty pounds in a long walk. look here you ain't demolition. You're not leaving the dum okay. If it was that bad maybe you should. Johnson arena around like us all awards going. I don't know but don't blame. Don't make excuses now. He fired mark zalin. His cornermen santa he always sabotage him and he did complain about the water and he was seeing double and it is a small conspiracy going right now because post fight. Fury refuses to the water. That that that they get. I speak fury refuse to take of the water that they gave him say that ten times. So you know at. I'm not gonna make excuses feerick. And what a great game plan came and heavier presa action. He is the best now with all those who i'd say He is the best boxer wade been. You might be a little bit of pure boxer but fury his ass goes bad and he really like the black olive oil like he's wilder. Didn't look prepared the second fight now here. We go third fight. Fury tried to skip him. Go straight to the anthony joshua so we can get undisputed. You know it was in the clause that water got a rematch. There was gonna be a rubber match if you wanna wait. Try to breach contract. Go fight josh. What they already had date they wanna fight. Wembley but there's issue with that because that's a fury does not have a license to fight in the uk. His has been suspended since he beats klitschko. Okay he tests positive for. Pd's for pets you know. He hasn't he doesn't have a license in in the uk. Now he can always get reinstated. He can call the queen he can call each elbow. He can call painting a bear. Maybe even danger mouse's somebody may wanna spice. Maybe they can help you know they could try license back into austin powers is helping trying to help out with that but you know. I don't know what happened. But he can't find the uk right now hasn't for years and he doesn't want them to go through investigation because the former that he bought the lamb meat from the contaminated lamb equal. That's kind of our special

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"wilder" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

02:48 min | 2 weeks ago

"wilder" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

"Now on the podcast. He is the former. Wbz heavyweight champion on saturday. He will attempt to regain his title and pick up a measure of revenge against tyson fury when he challenges fury in las vegas. He is deontay wilder deontay. Let's start here. How would you describe your level of confidence right now. The roof. i ain't got no ruth. has it been that way. How long has it been that way. Your confidence being like this mccomb lives have been like this. As i started by first training camp the for the july of quite overtime he just got even stronger and stronger. As the delays came. You know It made us even stronger with the camp with the relationship as in the ball with the guys in the camp and the task that lies their hand. So you know. Tom has benefited me the more time to better for me. I've written about you a lot over the years deontay and you've overcome a lot. You're self-made man. When it comes to boxing th this experience losing for the first time first time since the olympics amateurs. How difficult was that to initially get over. It wasn't difficult at all until allows doesn't define who i am at all. You know. I think when you surround yourself by the right people. I'm always talking by love. Love to discount with me and we used to wind yourself by love. You know naysayers negatively in all. You don't see that. I've been around positive. Pilot thinking puzzle speaking have puzzle results so even with the lost. It didn't make you think about. Do i have to change dramatically. Do i have to do something significantly different to get right. No the as you look ahead to this fight the most significant adjustment that you think you have to make is what just been more been more aggressive. You know like. I said before i have. I have people around my china that i brought in. And the things that we've been doing we've been doing on the consisted tastes so Even with sparring things. They've been doing. We'd be doin' consistent. Basically has been something that i have to think about doing something that i i do is like muscle memory instead of just going in knocking guys out. We know that's a part of me. Just.

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"wilder" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

01:52 min | Last month

"wilder" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"Shutout diverge ortiz. Just got that new. Mustang mach one k. Want that speed that american muscle verge so yeah man i wanna know what you guys think is wilder change man now. Do you think you see change in. All the training is violent. Is he gonna come up with a different mindset. And we'll all this training make the difference. Because that's another thing he said. Seventy seventy sports said look man. They had a better chance in july. They let me trae more. I'm invincible now basically. So what are you guys. Think did fury's best opportunity and pass in july or is the best fury yet to be seen. Yeah no that's the question right there. Everybody's accident whether or not were out. There is doing this sort of work in sparring. Is he doing it in the gym or is this just pad work. That's the biggest knock you know. This is power pads. Don't hit-back is turning it up in sparring is again the same type of work in sparring. That's what everybody's accent but does.

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"wilder" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:30 min | Last month

"wilder" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Few did give us the background there. Yes so what led up to. that is after. I'd come to this. Saving faith and revelation through the book of hebrews at the mormon church was not what it claimed to be I had actually publicly professed in front of about forty or fifty mormon missionaries. My new found faith. In jesus christ so as a missionary who is concluding my two year mission trip i was supposed to stand up and share my testimony in my testimony had radically changed from the beginning of my mission to the end and so i actually publicly professed that i believe that jesus was all that i needed that was saved by his grace and not by works and now new for the first time in my life that i had right standing with god and the forgiveness of my sins through the shed blood of christ and so as a result of that public testimony my mormon leader ended up calling me and said we need to. We need to chat and so that was when the two of us went into a meeting and we talked about three hours. And i very candidly shared with him. The things that i had been reading in the bible that i'd come to know that salvation was independent of the mormon church of any religious institution but totally dependent on christ alone told him that i no longer needed the mormon prophet or any earthly man to mediate between me and god. There was one god and one mediator in that is christ and so all of these things. I came forward To him and he responded by telling me that was filled. The spirit of the devil I was being deceived by satan. And then he threatened excommunicate me in my mission was terminated. Three weeks early. And at that point i then is a twenty one year old Mormon missionary was put on a plane and sent back to utah and had to face my family and my friends okay. What was that like facing your family and your friends when this is over so it was terrifying. Because i didn't know how they were going to respond. But praise god they. They had very soft hearts toward me. My parents i think were very confused. But they never Ostracize me. And i think that they were curious as to. Why is there mormon son who had been so dedicated to the faith. I was willing to walk away from that. And what was more valuable about this message. That i had found in the bible and so i gave them the challenge. Read the bible. I give that to my siblings to my parents and And just encourage them to go to the source. I actually ended up leaving utah immediately. And i moved back to florida. Which is where. I had served my mormon mission and my girlfriend and i ended up getting married and we discounted started our whole new walk as of christ a hand in hand recognizing that you know we had everything that we needed in jesus and then back in utah got was working in the hearts and lives in my family members Through his word. So did your parents and other family members come to the same conclusion that you did eventually. How how long did that process take so. My older brother who at the time was a senior at brigham young university in my younger sister. Who is a senior in high school. They were the first in my family to come to saving faith in jesus christ beside myself and that happened very quickly. I'd say within a few months my parents know they were so much more entrenched in in this and they also had a lot more to lose. My mom was a tenured professor at byu so professing a newfound faith in christ and not the mormon church anymore would mean losing her job her tenureship. I mean everything and so But god worked uniquely and individually in each one of their lives. My mother actually went to the gospel of john and right from the beginning. John one one in the beginning was the word and the word was with god and the word was god that that verse in and up itself contradicts the very nature of christ as taught through the mormon church and so god began to work in her heart. My father's heart as well and they've both come to saving faith in jesus now Alter the praise and glory of god. Wow gosh this stuff. It can be so hard for people whether you're coming out of a mormon faith or or muslim faith or i mean for me I was raised in the greek orthodox faith and for me. It's different because i don't think that they teach anything that is wrong but they also often don't teach what is right or even understand what is right and then if you say well i'm born again. They would say well then. You're not with us anymore. Why have you rejected. You know being greek and being greek orthodox anything. Well i haven't right we're all this is all there's only one faith we believe in the nineteen creed we believe in the same thing so it's always difficult when you go through this process where it can be difficult and god tells us inscription. Count the cost and are you willing to do that. Are you willing to lose all for my sake. And if you're willing often you don't have to lose very much in other words. You know your parents come around. And so. It's a beautiful thing to see that that happened for you. But i i want to ask. So what are the sticking points and when your mother reads john one one. What is it that so clear in mormon teaching that bumps up against what the scripture teaches. Another what are they. What are they really really clear about that. You say is antithetical to what it is to believe that the bible is the word of god so there's a few the first one is the very nature of god himself right so in isaiah forty three forty four. We know that there's only one god. And there's no other god beside him and god has been from eternity to eternity and and he is not a created being but in mormonism god is actually a man who has progressed to become god and so they believe that we as humankind can also become gods ourselves and so there is a different view on the very nature and eternal existence of god and jesus as well so in mormon theology. Jesus is actually a created being by this father. God who was once a man. I think we're at a time in this segment but We're gonna be right back talking to mica wilder. Hey folks. I'm talking to michael wilder passport to heaven. The true story of zealous mormon missionary.

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"wilder" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

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05:46 min | Last month

"wilder" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Gain the whole world but to lose his soul. So we're talking about that cost of discipleship to recognize that following. Jesus means losing the world. It means that we gained something greater in christ than anything that we will ever lose. According to the flesh. And so i recognize that i was going to have to come forward at some point about this transformation that the gospel wrought in my heart. And so i ended up coming forward to My missionary peers to my mormon leaders to my family and my friends and of course each reaction was different but God used what he did in my life to begin to plant seeds in the hearts and lives of my loved ones as well did you. I guess how did that unfold in other words did. Did you share with anybody. How what your questions were knows before you. You figure the whole thing out yourself while you're in the process of trying to figure this out. We able to share this journey these questions with people in lds community. The only person that i would say. I was really open with was actually my my highschool mormon girlfriend so when i was on my mission of florida she was a student. Byu and i was sharing with her through handwritten letters once a week. The things that i was learning through the reading of the word of god and ultimately i gave her the same challenge that that pastor had given me and that was just to read the bible like a child so She was the personnels most comfortable sharing these things with and she actually to was born again while she was a student. Byu she's now my wife alicia we've been married for fifteen and a half years and so she was the first person But i didn't really understand what was happening as it was happening until i got to the very end. And so is always going. Through this process i never foresaw that. It was eventually leading me outside of my religious roots. I'm probably very similar. To martin luther as he began this process of investigating truth through the word of god. I don't think he ever intended to go through that process and end up leaving the faith to which she had dedicated his life. And i think it was very much similar to me so when i finally came to that point of full awakening of my eyes opened to the gospel the grace of god then i had no choice to but to come forward to you know my friends and family and tell them what got done my life. What was there a point as you're coming to these understandings That you thought you would be able to stay in The lds mormon community in other words. We're there point where you thought you can bring the truth to them. And they'll be grateful for the clarification. Absolutely that's actually a great question. I think there was a long period of time. Where i although i was seeing these discrepancies between the mormon church and biblical christianity. I thought well. Maybe i can help. Reform it from the inside and stay in the church and and at that point i didn't even recognize the core foundation of the church itself was built on a false gospel. I thought it just needed correction. And actually the the full awakening for me came when i was reading the book of hebrews when i only had about three weeks left of my two year mission commitment and i remember reading hebrew seven through ten and it was just like god. Just remove the veil for my eyes. And i recognized that jesus is the fulfillment of all of the elements of the old law. That i was putting as the hope of my salvation right profits in temples and priesthood ordinances. And the all these things. At the mormon church teaches are essential for salvation recognized that they were all type and shadow pointing towards the fulfillment of that reality. Who is christ folks. I'm talking to michael wilder. The book is passport to heaven will be right back. I've got seven women on stony wants. She's a trend in mind. Take law secret notebook of nikola tesla with these dangerous formulas could fall into the hands of evolutionary lead. Scientists as most amazing discoveries thought to be ridden lost journal right hand it could revolutionize the twenty century. They want to start a new world order. Elites rule and everyday people are not created equal now elites plan to set off to a quick under la to take out of leaders. Does an old brown batted notebook. Light officer work to find it. Take it and keep it hidden at all costs. Let's just say there are a lot of enemies of the state interested in as research up to regular people to stop them a grad student campus. A diff- army vet and a group of live action will players size could collapse dot creech final frequency playing exclusively on salem now dot com or download the mobile app for more information visit final frequency film dot com folks. I'm talking to michael wilder. His passport to heaven. The true story of a zealous mormon missionary who discovers the jesus. He never knew so. Mikey were saying earlier. That as you're going through this process you think like anybody or thinking. Well okay Maybe i can help reform Mormonism from within whatever discovering is true and the mormons that you know they. They revere the word of god so they should be good with this At the same time of it doesn't work out that way. When did you get the phone. Call you or have call elder wilder. When did that message come..

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Walk With Little Amal, a Theatrical Journey Celebrating the Refugee Experience

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02:08 min | 2 months ago

Walk With Little Amal, a Theatrical Journey Celebrating the Refugee Experience

"Among muniz. Irby i was born in east jerusalem and a tough part of town between between the neighborhood and the shafat refugee camp. I'll mix child that means. My mother is jewish and my father's palestinian so the refugee experience runs very deep in the dna of the family. When my jewish grandparents were fleeing europe because of world war two. They came to palestine and drove the other part of my family into exile. When i was fourteen. I stumbled by accident into a theater show and this rough part of town and i fell in love. I fell in love with a reality that was being created in front of me reality. That was full of possibilities. That was wilder was free. A reality that was an opposite contrast of the harsh reality we were living in and i became a theatre. Practitioner becoming a theatre. Practitioner and palestine is like conjuring water in the desert. We don't have the infrastructure. We don't have the big artistic institutions. What we do have is a need and something to say about the world. We live in taking my shows to communities in refugee camps in palestine. I was always struck by the immediacy of the encounter and that became a very powerful experience for me in two thousand fifteen at the height of the refugee crisis when hundreds of thousands of people were walking across europe with all the pain and the anguish that we saw. I started thinking that maybe we need to create a new model of theater. Maybe we need to take our theater out of the theaters and into the streets. The streets where these people were walking. And i started working with good sean theater company Company that creates theater about the refugee experience together. We created the walk. The walk is a rolling arts festival. That will cross eight thousand kilometers sixty five cities towns and villages in its way and we will create one hundred twenty events of welcome.

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"wilder" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

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02:57 min | 2 months ago

"wilder" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Can you go to metaxas dot com and click on the banner. And you give this. And you give that i want to say we on this program always want to give something to you so we are going to be doing three grand prize winners so whatever you give. We don't care what you give whatever you give. Your name goes into a hat not literally and we will pick a winner and the grand prize winners. Get so much stuff. It's going to be embarrassing. You will be embarrassed if you win because you're going to get signed books. My new book is atheism dead. You'll get a signed copy of that. You'll get Oppy baja for you. I mean just get a ton of stuff so give anything to food for the poor and you're put in growing anybody who can give ten thousand dollars to this spectacular 'cause ladies and gentlemen. It is a spectacular. 'cause feeding the hungry in the poorest parts of the world. They need our help. It is what we need to do. God and joins us to help the poor out of our own largesse. He will bless us so anybody can give ten thousand dollars tax deductible but we can have dinner together and if you want we can include kris van or whatever. But we'd love to do that as a way of thanking you. Anybody who can give you ten thousand dollars. We need to step up because this is a great organization. We always partnered with them. We always want to say. Also anybody gives a thousand dollars you get a visit to the studio in new york city. You can bring your friends. You can bring your class from school. Whatever it is. We don't care and if you can't come to new york you don't want to because you're afraid of the hobo epidemic. You can you can tell friends in new york. Hey we got this visit to the studio. We get thousand dollars of this great thing. You can tell them. He gave two hundred dollars so they don't think too highly of you and you can say Eric said that you can come visit the studio and meet everybody and you can get free books and all kinds of stuff and then finally and this chris this was here idea anybody who gives five hundred dollars and this is included in the one thousand. Obviously but anybody gives the south a five hundred dollars. You'll get the personalized video greeting from eric metaxas himself. He's very ornery. Hard to pin down on this kind of stuff. He's even sleeping a lot of time. But when we will wake him we will get them to do a personalized according to you or anyone. You like to surprise them for mother's day birthday like whatever it is it's gonna blow their minds and it's five hundred dollars to a great organization tax deductible so we want to say that the phone number is eight four four eight six three hope eight four four eight six three eight four four eight six three help and do we wanna play the clip of of what the situation is there. Maybe you guys can can fill it in. Pierre reasoning is painfully thin with ribs. Showing. he weighs just eleven pounds. No surprise. pierre is severely malnourished. The.

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Where Mormon Doctrine and Biblical Doctrine Diverge

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02:24 min | 2 months ago

Where Mormon Doctrine and Biblical Doctrine Diverge

"You're saying that there are real sticking points. Unavoidable problems between what the mormon faith teaches unequivocally. And what the bible says unequivocally so this is not just you know point of view or or something like that because i think that many people could make the case that what the roman catholic church teaches is is right. That people can twist things in other words. You can have a conversation there about. Do they believe this. Exactly this exactly. But you're saying that the lines are really bright and bold that separate mormon doctrine from biblical doctrine. In this case. So i guess my question is do you When you're talking about that you say that the lds church teaches that we can become like god. How is that different from somebody saying that. Look the scripture says that were made in his image and we will be made to be like him through the process of sanctification. And that kind of thing. I think that the eastern orthodox call it. Theo cysts in other words. That's kind of the point is that we're supposed to be more and more like him. So that's not really a problem. Where does it become a problem. Yeah so so as you mentioned biblically through the process of vacation and the holy spirit dwelling in us. We are conformed to the image of christ. We've been having airship with christ right in the kingdom of heaven but that's not what mormonism teaches. They actually teach not that we become like god but that we ourselves become gods and so eventually once. You've progressed to this. Point of god hood you then have the power authority to create your own worlds to populate those world with your spiritual and go through the same process that we are then in on this earth and so it is a complete perversion of the idea that we somehow can attain that which god now has and so And just the exclusivity of the claim that the church is the only institutional organization that has the correct power authority from god right there several organizations in the world that claim that authority in the mormon church claims that they are the actual church that jesus instituted during his earthly ministry and only with the authority and the proper ordinances contained within that organization can an individual live eternally in the presence of

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Why Autor Micah Wilder Was Threatened With Excommunication From the Mormon Church

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02:13 min | 2 months ago

Why Autor Micah Wilder Was Threatened With Excommunication From the Mormon Church

"Monkey. You were saying earlier. That as you're going through this process you think anybody are thinking. Well okay Maybe i can help reform Mormonism from within whatever discovering is true and the mormons that you know they revere the word of god so they should be good with this At the same time of it doesn't work out that way. When did you get the phone. Call you or you have call elder wilder. When did that message come through. Did give us the background there. Yeah so what led up to. that is after. I'd come to this. saving faith. In revelation through the book of hebrews at the mormon church was not what it claimed to be I had actually publicly professed in front of about forty or fifty mormon missionaries. My new found faith. In jesus christ so as a missionary whose concluding my two year mission trip i was supposed to stand up and share my testimony in my testimony had radically changed from the beginning of my mission to the end and so i actually publicly professed that. I believe that jesus was all that i needed that. I was saved by his grace and not by works. And i now new for the first time in my life that i had right standing with god and the forgiveness of my sins through the shed blood of christ and so as a result of that public testimony my mormon leader ended up calling me and said we need to. We need to chat and so that was when the two of us went into a meeting and we talked for about three hours. And i very candidly shared with him. The things that i had been reading in the bible that i come to know that salvation was independent of the mormon church of any religious institution but totally dependent on christ alone told him that i no longer needed the mormon prophet or any earthly man to mediate between me and god that there was one god and one mediator in that is christ and so all of these things I came forward To him and he responded by telling me that. I was filled with the spirit of the devil And i was being deceived by satan and then he threatened excommunicate me in my mission was terminated. Three weeks early and at that point then is a twenty one year old Mormon missionary was put on a plane and sent back to utah and had to face my family and my

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How the New Testament Opened Author Micah Wilder's Eyes to the True Gospel

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:22 min | 2 months ago

How the New Testament Opened Author Micah Wilder's Eyes to the True Gospel

"Mike. Take us back now. You're nineteen years old you you kind of stumble onto this baptist minister in florida. And you're trying to convert him to the mormon faith and you kind of bumped into the wrong baptist minister because this guy because there are many baptist ministers you could run into who wouldn't wouldn't have pushed back in the way that he did probably so what happens at this point Do you continue meeting with him or do you. Just go read the bible on your own. Yes so after his challenge to approach the new testament like a child. I i accepted this invitation but it wasn't in a humble or a childlike faith. It's because i believed in my own arrogance that i could prove the mormon church truth through reading the bible exclusively and so in the mormon church we had extra biblical scripture that we were adhering to for truth. So i'd never really put the same amount of of trust into the bible is is a christian should and so i then began this process of reading the new testament daily for the remainder of my mormon mission which was about twenty months and i actually ended up reading the new testament in total twelve times from beginning to end it was through the power of the word of god that my eyes were opened and i was washed by the water of the word of god and i started to see the difference in the gospel that i was teaching as a mormon and the gospel that was revealed in the new testament and i loved what you said before the break. You know paul said should we send deliberately so the grace may abound. Will god forbid right. So as a mormon i had the cart before the horse i was trying to earn a right standing with god and trying to prove my worthiness to god believing that it was through my works that i could somehow make myself righteous not recognizing that we love god because he first loved us and so our faithfulness in the works and fruit that are produced through us is that which comes as a result of love of gratitude of faithfulness to the god who loved and saved us and so we then walk in the good works the goddess prepared before him that we should walk in them and so i came to recognize that there was this beautiful gospel. This good news that jesus love for me with so grand and vast that he paid in full measure the debt that i owe to god and god was asking of me for justification was to trust in him to believe that jesus alone was the only way to salvation.

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"wilder" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

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02:04 min | 2 months ago

"wilder" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"And so that was the catalyst that caused me a mormon missionary to begin reading the new testament on a daily basis. I always love teasing out these misunderstandings and trying to figure out. How do we get there right. And i think part of it. At least what. I've noticed is that people often can flate Living a good life with good works With the idea of living life with good works in order to get to heaven. And so i think many people sort of seem to imply that because it's by faith alone that were saved and that what jesus did on the cross that enables us to go to heaven. Some people falsely imply or even say that because of that. I don't have to do anything. And there's a conundrum barnow hoffa writes about this of course in his famous because the discipleship that when we talk about earning salvation through good works. That's wrong you can. You can never earn salvation through good works however if you really do believe that it's what he did on the cross that earns you salvation out of gratitude in that belief you're going to live differently. You're going to live a life of good works. You're gonna zealously. Desire to honor god with how you behave and so where people often get. Confused is the idea that they think that. Well if i don't behave well. I won't get to heaven and so it's this kind of thing that you have to really understand it otherwise it's easily confusing. We're going to go to a break. But i just wanna say that folks. This is a very important. They understand this. And the understand where michael wild is coming from the book as passport to heaven. We'll be right back. hey folks. Are you concerned about memory loss for you or a loved one. Viva lords founder prayed. That god would show her the solution to memory loss because her mother had dementia after many divining counters combining faith her background as a pharmacist..

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"wilder" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

07:52 min | 2 months ago

"wilder" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Here folks kind of an exciting guest right now or at least. The story is exciting His name is michael wilder. The book Just came out harvest house passport to heaven. The true story of a zealous mormon missionary who discovers the jesus. He never knew passport to heaven. Michael wilder welcome nice to be here. Thanks for having me. This is an important story You've lived it. You put it in your book passport to heaven. But i think a lot of people there are many people that are not theological. And they can you know. They're kind of sloppy and they they don't really They don't care about the theology and maybe they're not just sloppy. Maybe they're just not focused on it but then there are other people that are hyper theological and all they care about his theology and so you started life as a mormon and something happened in this. Is that story A lot of people let me begin here would say look. I'm a mormon. Then i pray to jesus and i. I don't understand why you're making a weird issue of this. Would you say to to somebody like that. Yes so for me growing up in mormonism. I had this understanding of god that was rooted in who he was. According to my religion. Right so i was trying to establish a righteousness with god according to the laws and the ordinances mormonism so the awakening that i had was into the reading of the word of god that revealed to me that the gospel which i had vowed as a mormon was not in line with the gospel as revealed in the bible and so for me it was coming to that recognition that i was not following the jesus and the gospel that were the true jesus in gospel as revealed in the word of god. Now i just think that this is. This is hard for a lot of people listening to this program and they are. Elliot's folks whatever they it. It's mystifying or confusing. Or maybe they just think you're you're wrong or you're bitter or something and i want to be sensitive to them because this is a tough thing so so let me just ask you a before we get to the to what happened in the story the book give us your background. Where did you grow up. And and what was your Religious upbringing in that kind of thing. It's groping in a devout mormon home in the state of indiana My parents were actually convert to the mormon church before any of us children were born and then going into my high school years my faming. I- replanted in utah. And so my mother got a job to be a professor at. Byu we moved to a very prominent. A prestigious mormon community called alpine and we just became entrenched and rooted in this mormon culture and religion as anyone could be and our family was very much dedicated to living out the tenants of our faith. And i want to say and this is a kind of a thing where people again people who i would consider. Maybe overly feel logical. Don't understand that there are many people living out faiths with which i or they would disagree. We would say that they're theologically off but we want to be really clear. Many of these people are profoundly. Good people doing the best they can. They're honorable they're living moral wives They don't believe in cheap. Grace they believe in living out your faith and working hard to make the center of your life There many muslims in america who fall in that category and so. I just wanna be clear you know. We're not talking about some kind of cold weather sexual stuff going on the backend. We're talking about good people. Family people So you know you're you're growing up in that community and And you're just trying to be a good son. So at what point do you hit kind of a a speed bump and slow down and wonder if you're on the right path. How did that happen for you. Yeah so i would agree with you very much. I had a very sincere zeal for god. You know paul talks about that too. The romans about the jews. He says they have zeal for god. But not according to knowledge and so the muslims and the jehovah's witnesses mormons a lot these people fall into that category and so my zeal was that i wanted to live out my faith i believed in god i believed in jesus and i wanted to demonstrate that faith by the way that i live my life and so that ultimately led me to serving a two year mission for the more mature when i turned nineteen years old and so it was actually on my two year mormon mission in orlando florida that god began to open my eyes to a gospel that was in contradiction to the gospel. That i was living in preaching as a mormon missionary. And it's funny i. I often see that. You see this with Muslims in prisons around america. And you see this With with mormons Serving two years. There's and there are people that are hungry for truth and they want to be in the battle for for for truth over falsehood and for good over evil and that's very appealing to people. Because people say i'm living meaningless wife and then you see somebody leading a clean life. They've turned their life around. And they there mormon or they're a muslim or something. You just go look. All i know is living. This messed up life and i see these people have purpose. It's clean living They're good people. And i just want to say that because i think a lot of people in the christian community who don't have anything like that dedication they're kind of mostly in the world so to speak and but they believe they believe. They say they believe you know in the bible and jesus and stuff but it doesn't make much difference practically in their lives and so. I think there's a lot that we can all learn from dedicated mormons and muslims and see that even though i disagree with them theologically. Their dedication is at least fascinating. And so you're one of these people you're giving two years of your life to spread what you consider the truth about god so at what point in that journey did do you As i said before you know hit hit a speed bump. Yeah so talking about zeal. So i actually tried to convert a baptist pastor while i was a mormon missionary and The that shows how convinced. I was of the truthfulness of our message. And of my desire to want other people to have what i believed to be true and so That was actually in this meeting. With a baptist pastor that i sat down and had a theological discussion with him where we presented our belief system and the the tenants of mormonism and he responded by proclaiming the saving gospel as revealed in the word of god so that was really the moment of my life when everything changed and it wasn't that hearing the gospel changed me instantaneously. It was at the seed was planted that ultimately god led and brought to fruition. And so he's telling me the gospel message in a way that i had never before heard it and that was the good news of the sufficient blood offering of christ on the cross of calvary to cleanse me of sin. And make me right with god that eternal life was not contingent upon my worthiness or my goodness or my righteousness but it was contingent upon my faith in the righteousness of jesus christ and that was a message. That was really in complete contradiction to what i believe is a mormon and the ultimate challenge that he gave me at. The end of this meeting was simply to go to the word of god myself and to go to the bible and read the new testament like a child and i think what he meant by that invitation was just to remove my religious preconceived notions about what i believe. Truth was and allow god through his word to show me the truth and to open my eyes..

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Author Micah Wilder on His Journey From Mormonism to the Jesus of the Gospel

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:49 min | 2 months ago

Author Micah Wilder on His Journey From Mormonism to the Jesus of the Gospel

"Of an exciting guest right now or at least. The story is exciting His name is michael wilder. The book Just came out harvest house passport to heaven. The true story of a zealous mormon missionary who discovers the jesus. He never knew passport to heaven. Michael wilder welcome nice to be here. Thanks for having me. This is an important story You've lived it. You put it in your book passport to heaven. But i think a lot of people there are many people that are not theological. And they can you know. They're kind of sloppy and they they don't really They don't care about the theology and maybe they're not just sloppy. Maybe they're just not focused on it but then there are other people that are hyper theological and all they care about his theology and so you started life as a mormon and something happened in this. Is that story A lot of people let me begin here would say look. I'm a mormon. Then i pray to jesus and i. I don't understand why you're making a weird issue of this. Would you say to to somebody like that. Yes so for me growing up in mormonism. I had this understanding of god that was rooted in who he was. According to my religion. Right so i was trying to establish a righteousness with god according to the laws and the ordinances mormonism so the awakening that i had was into the reading of the word of god that revealed to me that the gospel which i had vowed as a mormon was not in line with the gospel as revealed in the bible and so for me it was coming to that recognition that i was not following the jesus and the gospel that were the true jesus in gospel as revealed in the word of

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Are Wild Animals Really "Wild"?

TED Talks Daily

02:07 min | 3 months ago

Are Wild Animals Really "Wild"?

"So human relationships with animals can be pretty weird We put them in categories based on how we see them. So there's pets. They're like members of the family. And then there's farm animals and they're often very similar to pets in terms of their cognitive abilities and their emotional abilities but of course we eat them and then there's wild animals and i've been wondering what allow animals even are anymore like you can get a degree in wildlife management but if you're managing them are they really wild. I started thinking about this. In the context of wolf reintroduction so when wolves were first brought back to the american west in the nineteen nineties they were pretty heavily managed and they still are today. A lot of them were callers they have. Gps trackers they have their dna on file names and numbers and if they get a taste for livestock than we hayes them with rubber bullets or air horns or sometimes those floaty guys that you see in used car lots and of course if they don't get the message they can be shot. So how wild are they really. If they're being this carefully managed it's occurred to me that a ground squirrel or a city. Robin is in some ways wilder than these wolves because although they might live in a city known is managing their day to day life but of course they are living in the human world a world that's been shaped by massive influences like conversion of land to agriculture extinctions domestication's movement of species across continent we've rerouted rivers and of course there's climate change which means that every animal no matter how distant from a human settlement has some influence of the human world so every animal lives in human world. Does that mean that we somehow though the more than we used to. I think it does so. Take polar bears for instance. Some populations of polar bears are struggling to live on the sea ice in the summer. There's not enough sea ice for them to go hunting for seals which is what they normally eat

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Tyson Fury-Deontay Wilder Postponed After Fury Tests Positive for COVID-19

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00:22 sec | 3 months ago

Tyson Fury-Deontay Wilder Postponed After Fury Tests Positive for COVID-19

"Boxing rematch is headed headed to to the the ring. ring. In In October. October. ESPN ESPN reports reports that that the the new new target target date date for for Tyson Tyson Fury Fury and and Deontay Deontay Wilder. Wilder. The The fight fight was was supposed supposed to to happen happen in in two two weeks weeks but but had had to to be be postponed postponed due due to to a a covid covid outbreak, outbreak, furious furious among among several several in in his his gym gym who who tested tested positive positive after after getting getting a a source source vaccination vaccination shot, shot, but but not not the the second, second, you'll you'll be be defending defending the the WBC WBC heavyweight heavyweight championship. championship. The scripts National

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"wilder" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

08:33 min | 3 months ago

"wilder" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

"Even really like them. But i was like. You know what this is putting my name out there and like. I don't think that people understand that. The creator behind the video like might not be absolutely in love with it either but like this is kind of the way it goes. Yeah you're so right though. There's literally no point and even like constructive criticism. I think there's like no way to be a person behind a computer in leave criticism that's constructive because like you don't. You're not at the same place you don't get it you know it's like it's being dot person and obviously like you're the person leaving the negative comment so it's just like you. Who are you. It'd be to be doing this year. And you know that's how i feel about like a lot of people in a lot of things but especially that like that just kind of like hiding behind social media where if you really truly like dislike something and believe you dislike it. I mean it's just like that's not the way that's not the way the a review or something i don't but just like those silly. The thirteen year old. I was hanging out with the other day. I love that it was like hanging out with my friends cousin. She had said like pack. It up babe and i'm going to say that all the time like don't comment this. Pack it up for sure. I don't need that sure. Yeah but you said something really important about social media about like posting like the things in the beginning when you're posting covers. I think that anyone listening whether you're an artist or not. I think it is very important to keep in mind that like these are small steps. These are building blocks the things that we put out when we are first starting or even like a couple years ago like i just went through my instagram. Owes like deleting and archiving a bunch of stuff. That i was too. I don't resonate with that. That's not who i am now. This is not a thought. That's not something. I would say just like the way i dress like all completely different and so i. It's just so important to remember that. Like what we put out is like that day how we were feeling in that moment and like every single day we can grow in like one year to now one month to now. It's just so different into hold somebody that i mean. That's why also like not gonna get into cancel culture but like people can change obviously like address what's going on and like own up and take accountability. But you don't have you're not. I'm not the same person that i was at fifteen. Yeah you're not going to be the same person you are now for sure for sure. And that's like another thing. I had to stop beating myself up about it. Because i'm like okay like you know. This is what i did then. This is what i felt. I needed to do that. And there's obviously some sort of meaning to it some sort of reason like at any point in a creator's life like you're not just like just like i'll give this a shot like there's a reason you know and that's why i really did have to stop being myself a lot and i do the exact same thing. I like going archive so many posts in just things that don't feel right anymore. And i do think there's some like there's some health to that because like yeah i want it to look exactly how i feel right now but yeah like we're all growing and i think it's cool to look back at like an artists page and be like okay like this is what they were about a couple of years ago. They're obviously not about this now. But yeah it's like that's another thing with social media. That was so hard for me just like starting so young because especially like the difference between me like fifteen even fourteen. It's like these are like weirdly formative years putting yourself out there during these. I've had to become so self aware that their formative and i've had a lot of things that like me and my friends don't relate to and they're like really. I mean i'm sixteen right now. I'm going to be this way forever. And i'm like no. We're we're not going to be this way forever. I'm like painfully aware of it. Now because of the way that. I've put it out right how how much reflecting i've had to do because of that. It's it's it's just heavy seeing yourself like over the past however many years. It's it's strange. Yeah no i mean. It's like every time you look at your own paid. You're like. I'm not even seeing myself as a person anymore. I just see myself as like this other thing. I look at my page. Sometimes i'm just like. Oh if i do it from an external point of view to go like oh if i was a stranger. That's coming to my page for the first time this into this. What i like this person. Be down for it. Yeah absolutely. I do the exact same. It's so interesting. I wonder if there's i mean psychologically something there that like ten years down the road. We're all going to be like. Yeah we have like was self disassociation or something because we're just like oh. This is not a step away from ourselves. And yet because i think that like social media gives us the ability to do that. Because it's like okay. Well this is your page. This is all it is. You are not a person right now. This is what people are seeing and yeah. I think we've been given this weird like talent to do that. It's it's weird. Do you ever feel like you're you're socials like don't give your like who you fully are or do you feel like since it is the music it's like this is who i am. It goes both ways because like music. Yes i. I think that it shows my artists self perfectly like i think it shows khloe wilder so well but i don't think it shows like me khloe just like i don't think it like and that's something i need to work on too because i feel like starting so young. I haven't had the time to separate my my human self from my artists. Self you know letting them rand. And so i think that like when it comes to yeah my image like. It's what i wanted to be right now. I'm still doing some heavy digging. And i'm still cleaning things up from like twenty nineteen but you know that's just life and i'm going to have to do that for you know i'm not going to have to do that but i'm gonna wanna do that for as long as i have social media and i but yeah i don't know it's just it's a weird it's weird it's weird of. Yeah very well said when when you are deciding like what your image or you're like artist vibe is before you put out like any visual but when you were just like writing and you're like i'm gonna make my first music video like how did you decide what you want that. To look like creatively and like how you wanted to present yourself as an artist will. And i still do this now. But i was like very. I'm always very big on pinterest. Board's doing i did that. And yeah i was working with the director with my. I like my first music video. Yeah it was just very like okay. This is what the song is about. I would like to somehow incorporate a graveyard. Let's make this happen So yeah it was just very like brief directions that i gave to the director. And i still. I'm way more creatively involved now. But yeah so. I kind of think that put it just. You never know exactly how it's going to come out and that's kind of terrifying 'cause you wanna be in full control but like unfortunately like you can't you can't be in full control because you can't do it by yourself and so you have to have these other people around you and these other voices in your head but that's good because you're getting all these different opinions and all these other talented creatives around you. But yeah i really. I just wanted when i first started. I wasn't in a good. I was like pretty severely depressed. When i was putting out music i which was kind of a weird time to start but we had already been scheduling these releases you know and so i like i fell into this depressive state and so i think that like all i wanted was to look depressed and like that was that was bad because i was like i wanted to make sure that everybody knew that this is how upset i was with just like living and it was and it was like pretty sad and dark like the image that i was putting out there because that's what i believed i had. That's what i believed. I was defined by at that point. Because i was like okay. This is what i am right now. This is my first project. I'm putting out like i'm gonna make this as you know painful as possible and i. Yeah it was just like it was a weird year for me like i just like transition to virtual school. I was in like seventh grade. I think and i you know i was just very alone all the time. And so i just wanted my music to like emulate all of this negative. I was living. And i think that that's why i started off on kind of the wrong foot because i was just so caught up and also like i wanted to be that like branded sad girl. I wanted that to be my image. And so i think that almost got in my head a little bit too and made it a little worse because i just wanted to. I wanted to be that. And i was following that trend and so like i following like a trend that you're kind of already on psychologically is really unhealthy so i think that that That is like how. I started off on the wrong foot. Honestly just like trying to be this trendy sad girl.

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Former Virginia Gov. Douglas Wilder Slams Terry McAuliffe for Marginalizing Black Candidates

Mark Levin

01:56 min | 3 months ago

Former Virginia Gov. Douglas Wilder Slams Terry McAuliffe for Marginalizing Black Candidates

"Two years ago, Terry McAuliffe remember he's the bagman for the Clintons turned, McAuliffe called for all three persons occupying the offices of governor, lieutenant governor and attorney general to resign. All three Democrats. Governor Northam had been shown pictured in his school's yearbook in blackface and subsequent revelations by age Mark Herring acknowledged appearing in blackface in 1985. What is it with this black face and liberals and Democrats seriously? The media ran the story of two women accusing lieutenant governor Fairfax of sexual assault actually raped. Denied by Fairfax. But former governor McAuliffe within minutes thereafter proclaimed the accusations to be credible. I think incredible by the way Today. McAuliffe is asking people to vote for the attorney general who served as his attorney general and seeks the continuing a sport supportive Northam. No reasons have been given to the voters as to Terry's change of mind, nor has any reason being made why McCulloch felt compelled to violate Virginia's longstanding precedent. By choosing to run again against persons who had far more experience he means of the Democrat primary. Then he As he had never held elective office of any kind when he ran. All of the candidates he opposed, except one were black, including two women. Whom he felt not qualified to be given the chance that he'd been given at last report. Governor Northam is what drawn his apology for black face. Is what Northam and Herring did all right. By any standard is McCullum going to tell the voters of the credible evidence that he has relative to Fairbanks? Does this suggest? That if you're a black person in Virginia If you've got to think about who you're going to vote for it, then you ain't black. Stay tuned.

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Rima Fujita Illustrates the Dalai Lamas Life

The Wisdom Podcast

02:06 min | 4 months ago

Rima Fujita Illustrates the Dalai Lamas Life

"You are a descendant of the last sim- awry and i was wondering what what is the story there. Oh yes so. You've seen the last summer. The movie with tom cours. yes i know. They're my ancestors. Wow yes and so. I grew up hearing about it so much from my especially from my grandmother. She was so proud and as a child. You know i was like Two three years old and she would give me the ski wilder of the shogun's face on a and as a small charlie. It's not something you would and see what. Give it to me that this is so important you keep it forever with you. Okay and then. I said who is this. This is the last summer and we come from that clan and so and over and over she would talk about how dignify that they were my ancestors and but it didn't really i was like okay. So what but much later in. My life I started to read about about summarize code and and the way the summarize our were i would say and they i found some good qualities like We have in buddhism like compassion. Loyalty justice Honesty all this. The summarize lived by those codes. So I started to have some interesting it in But it only happened later in my

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Why UFC’s Paul Felder Realized It Was Time to Retire

Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

02:02 min | 5 months ago

Why UFC’s Paul Felder Realized It Was Time to Retire

"About paulie fell there. What about our guy polly felder. Who says you know what i'm done with this. I'm walking out on my terms. You know i've seen all these other people that he didn't actually say this but it has been a theme as of late seeing all these sort of depressing integrate mma careers and he says. You know what. I feel in my heart. I've done what i had to do. You know the ceilings there. I'm gonna go out there and do other things You know he had hinted at this in the past but he came out on saturday and officially announced the retirement. What did you think of this as we as as we've seen over the last like i said a lot of the pressing depressing results polly felder. Says you know what i'm done. I'm good you paulie. red stash. Texted me after the show where i said. They've offered him the fight against islam. And all these other dudes and paulie right away told me he goes. You know i've been kind of thinking about walking away. that's why. I haven't taken the fight against islam or anybody else. Listen paul felder was never afraid of any. Paul felder will fight anybody who seated on a number of occasions. I mean he fought. Rda on five days notice in loss thirty pounds to make the weight right. So we know who. Paul felder is but when you lose that fire compete especially when you're a guy like paul write a guy who kind of is a blood and guts warrior when you lose that that that desire at fire to be in there in going through the type of fights at. He's been through with mike period than hooker. And all those guys how do you. How do you wrap your mind around the damage that you take if you'll love doing it. No more when his. It's easy to do when you love it. You go home with the bruise you go. You know what. I'm going to recover them to go to this guy because i love it when that's going going in the guy in paul felder who has a fantastic broadcast career. That's waiting for him. He has acting of acting opportunities so many opportunities.

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Will Deontay Wilder Solve Tyson Fury in the Trilogy Fight?

BBC Newsday

00:17 sec | 5 months ago

Will Deontay Wilder Solve Tyson Fury in the Trilogy Fight?

"In boxing. Deontay Wilder will not step aside to allow Tyson fury to fight Anthony, Joshua and or August, according to Fury's promoter. It comes after a U. S judge ruled that Wilder was entitled to a third fight against fury, and that fight is scheduled to take place. In Las Vegas on the

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'Boxing News' ft. Combat Sports Insider Deon Clubbs (Ball & Buds Podcast Episode #13)

Ball & Buds

03:35 min | 6 months ago

'Boxing News' ft. Combat Sports Insider Deon Clubbs (Ball & Buds Podcast Episode #13)

"Big terence crawford fan elephant in the room. Is we all want to see the task. Force earl spencer. Who is tasked. Crawford's bob arum aerospace is now heyman so let's pbc de espn top rank two different companies. And they don't talk that. Well bob air hill talk to somebody like eddie hearn's who's matchbox and that's why we're going to have the fury verse. Anthony joshua fight which will be happening soon helping the site but pack. I mean he has won. The belts task cropper. Only has one belt. Its way for our task offer to pillow more emphasis on how necessary that fight is to unify. Forty-seven welterweight division. I think if pack. Yeah winds i mean. Sorry one of the best boxers of all time but if he beats terence crawford somehow he'll solidified himself as how pound. I mean this may weather and then pack. Y'all right there for this generation. Yeah dan i honestly think that terence crawford will not come with the same protests when keith armand fault pack. Y'all was outclass outmatch. I'm saying a right now first clubs bangers clubs bangers on the list i care score for will win this fight In might go the distance. But i think tears crawford will will have pack yao dump by lisa sixth or seventh round. He starts a little later and then he wants he figures you out it's over with in pac l. Might be rabbi. He might be there with calmer. Gregor the wraps might be sectional. They all my internet things about life thing about how much they drink tonight before. Who knows what. I think pat will be going to sleep. Who could slum writer six or sound around that fight and crawford who have to belts. It'll be more if assist as far as him fighting Earl spencer fight really needs to happen for you have just one chance. I don't like all these these all. These belts and safety and buys are fine but we want one undisputed champion and had way divisions got right there startling towards that path with a anti josh will sisa fury and i think the wealth way forty seven trend towards that way hopefully by next year once cry a patio like trash that he has dispose disposable. Jettison get out here. that's to happen by next year. Oh yeah my brother. I completely agree. We got to have that match. We boxing match in our lives and i agree. I believe that terraced coffer will stop mini. Pack y'all i believe many we'll put up a good fight but yeah i don't think he has what it takes. I think he's a little too old to stop. Terence crawford crawford at the ball in booths. Podcasts he's really good. And i really like him and so yeah i think he's gonna stop him and i i hope so. I'm very excited. So we can have him versus like you said errol spence and see that joint in twenty twenty two fo the win- anyways so we have a huge fight coming up either this year next year. The heavyweight division is finally consolidating and we have tyson fury versus anthony joshua which will be the biggest fight in u. k. boxing history. So my friend. Tell me how we feel about the heavyweight division. How well they're doing art. We can't okay. Starts out first of all omar. Would you

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No. 3 Ole Miss Overcomes 11-Run Deficit but Still Loses to No. 2 Arkansas

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:38 min | 6 months ago

No. 3 Ole Miss Overcomes 11-Run Deficit but Still Loses to No. 2 Arkansas

"Know there's news in the state house as always but Would be wrong in saying that. The hottest conversation the last two or three days and maybe all week long and mississippi involves college baseball. I the only reason you'd be wrong because timeframe should have been since about february staff college. Baseball is Is the topic. We'll tell us about the The past weekend. And then we'll look ahead to this coming weekend because In reading you and keeping up with all my friends down there. It was wild weekend this past weekend and make it even wilder next weekend. The cliff notes version is. Arkansas was number two team in the country. This the number three team in the country. Arkansas ended up taking two out of three from old miss in oxford with Absolute amazingly weird game on sunday. Where inside and eleven. Nothing lead olmecs came back to tie it fourteen to fourteen and then arkansas ended up scoring four runs in the last two innings to to take the win but that seems kind of like a footnote to the fact that over a course a two days over a course of three games there were more than thirty three thousand fans who attended this one and next weekend in a state that again is still open up after the that regulations illness is going to be playing mississippi state and another top ten series this time in starkville with Again we'll see if mississippi state wants to try and beat. What ole miss just achieve to and have the biggest College baseball weekend of the year. Probably all season unless louisiana starts loosening restrictions. A little

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Spurgeon scores 2, Wild beat Ducks 3-2 for 10th home win

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 7 months ago

Spurgeon scores 2, Wild beat Ducks 3-2 for 10th home win

"Jared Spurgeon scored twice in camp Talbot stopped twenty seven shots as the wild down the docks three to two Ryan Suter collected two assists to help Minnesota sweep the two game set with Anaheim Spurgeon has three goals in his last five games since opening the season on a twenty five game goal drought really do much space suits yes thanks a lot my statement right and then the group I think every night there's always someone different and thank you Sir yeah we got a call that are smart vehicle Sturm snapped a two two tie seven minutes into the second period minutes after Max Comtois knotted the score for the docks the Wilder within four points of the west division lead after winning for the seventh time in nine games I'm Dave Ferrie

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Happiness Report: World shows resilience in face of COVID19

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 7 months ago

Happiness Report: World shows resilience in face of COVID19

"The twenty twenty one a Wilder pulled on happiness around the world finds the coronavirus who's brought a year of fear anxiety loneliness on lockdown illness and death but is not crush people's spirits the study finds what emotions changed as the pandemic city in longer term satisfaction with life was less affected co author Columbia University economist Jeffrey Sachs says what we have found is that when people take the long view they've shown a lot of resilience in this past year surveys off his bones T. indicate on a one to ten scale how much social support they feel they have if something goes wrong the freedom to make their own life choices on more issues that affected the wellbeing of people living in the U. S. including racial tensions and growing income inequality between the richest and poorest residents I'm Charles through this month

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"wilder" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

05:07 min | 10 months ago

"wilder" Discussed on Serial Killers

"We often imagined monsters lurking in the darkness waiting for the perfect time to strike but the worst monsters the real monsters walk amongst us in the light of day nowhere is truly safe not a brightly lit shopping mall or even a crowded racetrack and real monsters will use your own ambitions against you with friendly grins and empty promises. The lure you win by you everything. You've always wanted fame fortune a modeling career. And just when you think you're going to get it they'll take everything from you including your life. One of those monsters was christopher bernard wilder born during world war two in sydney australia while just first moments were traumatic. During the delivery wilder struggled to breathe and doctors feared that he would die. A priest was rushed into the room to read wilder. His last rites miraculously after being crate over the baby's vital signs began to improve before long wilder was in clear. Of course wilder doesn't remember his first brush with death but he did claim to remember the second. When wilder was two years old he nearly drowned. Some accounts say that he fell into a pool others that he was at the beach either way the incident had lasting effects on wildfires. Hell he suffered from convulsions. And fainting spells for the next years. The convulsions were painful and arguably affected wilders mental health. These were his formative years. He wanted to be strong like his father. Who was a war hero. But growing up sick made him feel less and week. He couldn't wait to grow up and be a strong adult but as he started to. These fantasies evolved into something darker. He didn't just want to be strong. He wanted to be powerful. And perhaps in wilders young mind he associated power with dominance. because in these new fantasies wild. You're pictured himself hurting people. Despite these disturbing thoughts. Wilders childhood was actually a pleasant one his parents. Us naval officer and an australian woman were in a healthy relationship and provided wilder a stable middle class life in sydney. He was an average student to attended. Good schools held dual citizenship in both america and australia but instead of using these privileges to better himself wilder became spoiled and entitled in his early teens. Wilder reportedly avoided his responsibilities at home and at school spending most of his time hanging out with friends and drinking on the beach while there was a popular presence. They're no longer considered sickly. He started surfing and developed an athletic build. Girls took notice and as his confidence grew. He learned how to be charming. And funny the outside wild your head succeeded in becoming the strong person he had always wanted to be but inside. He was still harbouring. Dark thoughts and fantasies of dominance became more sexualize te. He'd noticed the girls at the beach but instead of imagining taking them on a date he fantasized about raping them. Vanessa's take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode as a note. Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist psychiatrist but she has done a lot of research for this. Show thanks greg wilders. Worrying fantasies about sexual violence were early indicators of his later killings criminology professor dr scott bond states that serial killers program themselves in childhood to become murderers through progressively intensifying loop of fantasy that means that the more wilder fantasized about sexual acts. The more he normalized them and once those violent sexual fantasies felt natural to him. He imagined increasingly escalating violence. Potential serial killers can go through this cycle for years before ever attacking their first victim. Although wilders loop had just begun he was already having difficulty keeping his burgeoning sexual urges in check so he started acting on them in the early nineteen sixties when wilder was eighteen or sixteen years old. He started sneaking out of the house but wilder wasn't meeting up with friends or taking joy rides. He was prowling suburban neighborhood in search of attractive women and when he found one likely and other teenager wilder would follow her home and wait he would watch them through their windows hoping to catch a glimpse of them naked one night a concerned neighbor spotted while dir and called the police but when the authorities arrived they lent wild. You're go with only a warning. The lack of punishment proved wilder. That there was nothing wrong with what he was doing so he started imagining what else he could get away with

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"wilder" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"wilder" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

"There. So i really liked that finance. No i. it's it's it's a very good fight. I just think it's incredibly dangerous for deontay wilder. Think if you're trying to rebuild yourself. I the first thing you want to do is go up against guys that have been knocked out before. And that's not. Andy ruiz q. Wanna go up against. Naski was recently knockout hilarious. We've seen get battered around a little bit. Even chris areola especially at this stage of his career. Those are opponents that that make a lot of sense to me ruis. I'd have.

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"wilder" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

07:34 min | 1 year ago

"wilder" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

"Man and you know what they say about excuses lance. I haven't seen the contracts. But whenever i to top rank officials. They insist that they're in the right. When it comes to fury's ability to walk away from this in fact your colleague. Mike oppa jer just reported that fury has an opponent set for december fifth which is just over a month away as we record this. So tyson fury is moving on and even in that rent. It didn't seem like deontay wilder was saying you contractually owed me this next fight basically saying because i gave it to you down the line and we both don't. That's not how it works. But theoretically sure tyson fury maybe oh something to deontay wilder but what matters what you have on paper. And if they don't have something on paper which would be surprising to me that they don't have something on paper that protects themselves in this situation. I don't know where where wilder can go. I don't know what recourse he has. Because within a month tyson fury we assume if this goes well is going to be back in the ring. Absolutely i mean to talk the bob arum and what he said told me about the contract. He said actually like the wilder side was the one who was of pushing. This kind of like you know. Let's get this Third fight over with because we want to move on and that's why there's this This bridge allows tyson fury to move on because they couldn't get the fight on in october. When it was supposed to get that they couldn't get get it done in december because of the problems with the television networks having some college football. And i guess some. Nfl in the mix as well that they said look. The saturday is is too full for us to allow for this. This fight to take place as well so at the end of the day when all this was happening. Tyson fury said contractually. I see a way to exit. I think i can take this fight. That is a showcase for me. And then set myself up for fights that i really want that are going to be so much more lucrative than a third deontay wilder fight. Because i think the way that tyson fury won the rematch was just so convincing on a lot of people's is what was the interest level going to be among the pay per view crowd. Especially in this in this day of the pandemic where it's hard for people to gather and people are have to be very cautious with their money and again. It's like a week before christmas as well. So i you know. I took some heat for saying that. What ice fury did was the best thing for boxing. But i think tyson fury you know was doing the thing the best thing for boxing because he was he was saying. I've already fought while they're twice. You guys have already seen that. I'm now going to take this other fight. And i'm going gonna set up the fight that you really want to see against the anthony joshua so you know. Look the wilders left out on the call. It's a tough time for him. He's obviously struggling with that Let's hope pecan come to terms with us at some point sooner rather than later. I agree with you because i think the two best things that happened to boxing. Outside of the ring we sort of inside the ring but one was dealing white losing to alexander ovechkin which not only set up eventual rematch with vacuum. Which has been pushed back into january but took white out of the mix as a fury opponent kept that belt play for the undisputed championship. And now you do. Have the path cleared with wilder out of the picture. For the mega fight. That will attract attention globally. Not just in the us and the uk but everywhere when you see joshua versus fury stepping in the ring at some point out next year so it is the best thing for boxing. It's just how it came about is just bizarre sergio. If if you're wilder what do you do. Now you're thirty five. Almost thirty six years old presumably. You're not going to have a shot at the heavyweight title for at least a year. I mean if these belts remain with fury and joshua which things may change on that account but they remain with your joshua. They're going to sign a to fight deal so that's going to take a championship opportunity out of your plans for two thousand and twenty one. Put yourself in in wilder shoes. What do you do well He started boxing late in his career. So i don't think it'd be physically burnt out. He might be mentally worn out but not physically so he can continue fighting Smaller fighters get that feeling that old feeling of knocking guys out and being the man. Maybe not walk with crowns and forty five town costumes. But he could still feel like the man fighting on television on these on. Pbc shows he's not going to be the star but he has to take a couple of steps back to get that attention and the one thing about boxing trainer. Always tell me this only one big fight away from getting one impressive fight from getting a big fight and that's always the case so with spectacular knockout the while there has these back in the mix. He's back in in people's minds and people talking about him so if he really wants to prove that he is the man that he is the heavyweight champion and the king he needs to take a couple of steps back and knock out a couple of guys and then come back to the drawing board but until then he's going to be kind of a cry baby and excuse maker and guy that had so much sour grapes like lands land said. The clock is ticking on deontay wilder because even if sergio's right and there's not as much wear and tear on his body you are what you are and i understand that powers. The last thing to go heavyweight deontay is such a quick twitch type of guy that reflexes. Do go as you get a little bit older. So that could be problematic for him as he gets a little bit older. I know that they're focused. Right now on focused on trying to make that happen one way or the other. But do you have any expectation for what while there might do. Fury really does move on. Now i and i think that there are great options before him. I mean obviously. Andy released junior former heavyweight. Champion is within the pbc stable. And he's a guy who has knocked out. Anthony joshua wilder could take on ruiz. Knock ruis out and say like that. Feels like an immensely dangerous fight. Lance visas tough to knock out. We have another. He's so tuft. I'll let you finish your thought class. But he's he's so tough to knock out. And i could see release winning nine three on the scorecards in a fight like that because if you can't hurt him he's good enough outbox you releases i'm saying and that's that's a problem and i was thinking more of the adam naski range of kentucky wins rematch. Robert atlanta's yeah. He could do that and s to is an option. Big tall guy like that. Who's somewhat comparable to tyson fury. But i do like the idea. I mean because i think that wilder needs to do whatever he can to elevate himself back into that argument in the strongest way possible. That look i. You know. I'm right there with you. Guys okay fury. You had a better night than me but you know. I've always believed that. I can beat anthony. Joshua just finished the guy that finished you. I need to be back in this. Mix sooner rather than later i to me that i know. I know it's tough. I know what you're saying that you think would win the fight. But for me. Deontay wilder and fix himself and re- rehabilitate himself and if he wins a fight against release. That's the best way to do it to a for sure. And guaranteed himself that he's going to be back in play. Come the start of two thousand twenty. Look i i'm quite On sorry bruce. I'm sorry i love that. I didn't think of that fight. And i just imagined that. Fight with andy the walled at the staples center. It'll be an extremely dangerous by because the fast hand and the big fight experience andy. Ruiz has now can make derail deontay wilder but if not released how about a about a style less dangerous version of chris areola. That's another fight that make sense at the staples center. So what are those fights staple center consider a message out.

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"wilder" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

09:04 min | 1 year ago

"wilder" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Any Wilder is the author of many books including truck trucker ghost stories what what do you think it is about what white people are the roadways are prone to to some of these paranormal experiences because we there are so many stories there paranormal relate paranormal related that happen on the road especially in the dark you know like highways yeah that's exactly what I wanted truckers I thought that would be such a cool mashup of paranormal and like that masculine professions all selected for all there you know yeah yeah it's just like if you go on YouTube or check out these things the by the control panel that hundred views yeah that's that's catching a lot of stuff too it's like that's very cool and then that was unexpected I think part of it is because it's night time I think part of it is because when you're driving a lot of times if you're in somewhat of an altered state anyway like you're in a kind of a beta state rather than an alpha state wait and my getting that mixed up let's see actually looked it up yeah no you drive an alpha state aid is the normal consciousness went out that's the one that's a little more relaxed in Canada I think you're driving like tons and tons of hours that I've done that only a few times but it's really easy to get into a fairy altered state I think I think that it is possible I'm not a scientist but I think that it is possible that when we're in altered state it's not only that we are hallucinating I think that we might just be able to we quite have the ability to perceive things that we otherwise don't perceive right right and so a lot of these truckers are out there driving thirty forty hours in a car and a crack you know yeah I can't even imagine what they took away like cheaper and closer to one like driving hypnosis home still yeah so that's what I think I think that those are factors that contribute to people having these experiences that made some of the a lot of the stories and in my book take place at night and by the way it was so much fun to get the stories and gather the stories and I a huge respect for Tucker's home quite dedicated my book to attack that that I knew when I was a preschool cannabis junior high I wish my dad he was the manager of the sand plant so that I would make in the summertime so type invoices and make coffee and sweep the floor home and so one of the structures was named bill sakes and he told me a really good girl story and so I dedicated my book to him I tried to get in touch with them but unfortunately he had passed away on September book involved but yeah still alarm gunship attacks much of forget your original quote that's okay you already answered it and we have a we have another we have another text that's come in from the two to four area code says hi I'm a security officer and worked many haunted hotels but the one I remember I was sitting in the hallway of a hotel in my chair started spinning there was no breeze or is going I ran down the stairs told the maintenance man to go upstairs he set the chair started spinning one way and then another he jumped out of the chair and ran down the stairs and quit yes marquai quit there's so much weird stuff I I that's why I like it when people talk about it actually well when taking your ordinary people tell their beard yeah yeah any Wilder is who were talking to her latest book is called trucker ghost stories three one two nine eight one seven two under his big head go ahead eight eight eight three okay fishermen say southern I'm tired by this very much but Alan of this using your topic right I was in bed one night the average forty six and see god I would think I was dying and I was down this long to there is she this hand comes out and says not yet when I heard that not yet so you woke up early all right what's going on here what happened the reason we're just saying that it was the weirdest thing so so it's kind of like someone telling you that what you thought you shouldn't die yet even though you were you were very very sick at the time that's that's that you get any if you talk about you've talked about near death experiences I'm assuming in the in in some of your stories yeah actually my uncle Jim with votes on the Montana border wall got electrocuted on a job site of somebody with a bag with right next to look carrying a letter that he walked into a power line and my uncle home got electrocuted he flew and actually paramedics or somebody said the only reason he probably lived is because he hit the team so hard that it restarted his heart home and it blew like a blow a whole lot of his own the bottom of his foot but he woke up he said he he did I feel like he was in a tunnel and he saw Europe he couldn't identify who they were pretty soft spirits around yeah and then he said he said then just like the big Bucks under done at a restaurant you got sent back that's how we put it but he's pretty funny guy but he said when he thank you and it's all these guys from that crew was standing around looking at them he said which one it can I don't know can cost a little bit on the show or shouldn't well when you sign up I think please yeah more twenty SOB's gave me PR and the like nobody gave was that you were dead oh man so yeah but it was it was the fact that he hit the steel beam with so much force that while his heart restarted crazy stole so it sounds like it may have had the same the same kind of experience yeah we're talking with any Wilder's latest book is called trucker ghost stories here on seven twenty WGN send it to Julie show three one two nine eight one seven two hundred here's another local haunted story here any not my details are on this one is a a little bit more fuzzy but Danny a listener texted and has any ever heard of bachelor's Grove in Midlothian Illinois off the turnpike no bachelor's Grove is into Tom can you Google this and we can get a few more details so we can tell any about it at once again anyone want when we do talk about ghost stories local ghost stories here in the Illinois Chicago land area bachelor's Grove comes up a lot it's it is so okay it's supposedly one of the most haunted places in Illinois lots of lots of lots of really creepy and scary stories have come out of actually throw time did you do you get you get me info about the haunted bachelor's Grove yes bachelor's Grove goes back to about the eighteen hundreds gable early eighteen hundreds and many strange things have been reported there such as floating orbs of light phantom vehicles the mysterious black dogs that appear and then disappear and it's often been reported that's it was a dumping ground for victims of the Chicago crime syndicate so even people like alcohol right right things have gone down in bachelor's Grove Illinois yeah bachelors Grove Illinois it's it really every time we talk about locals six spots back with growth comes up like near the top of the list you should you should read up on that one and I think you really love someone yeah I just made a note of it yes home I don't know if you guys have ever heard of Adam Selzer oh sure yeah he okay so he he does call stores in Chicago and he I I know of him I don't think I ever met him but he wrote a book that we published when I worked at Malone called ghosts of Chicago right right both of Chicago yeah so no I can't put that haven't heard back with gold yeah because okay so that's something to check out be going down to small town in Illinois later this summer four that's where my husband grew up so maybe we'll have to take a swing through them and convince them to lose those patches Grove Midlothian Illinois okay eighty Wilder is the guest we continue our conversation at seven twenty WGN.

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"wilder" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"wilder" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Where credit Twitter poll last night will you watch Wilder fury to I wouldn't exactly call it a Gallup poll system socked the international one of those places but I said we'll watch a sixty eight percent said no is it because boxing is boring boxing's dad boxing doesn't have an up stars maybe more likely eighty Bucks no thank you what time to start eleven thirty no thanks what's the biggest complaints I get from some of our west coast listeners is that all you guys have east coast bias what are your shows are based out of New York general ms input bloody guys are based out of New York for the east coast don't talk enough about the west coast east coast bias and that's I think that can be true people don't like to stay up when they have to work the next day until one AM it's so even we have Sunday off technically you probably still have things to do you don't always want to sleep until nine ten eleven o'clock in the morning yeah even what sporting events are free part of your cable package that you're used to spending money on our part of the the apps or services that you pay for that our monthly or annually not just a one time thing I think it's hard to convince people to watch say like Lakers clippers if it starts at ten thirty eastern if there's a big pac twelve football game that starts that late I think people of our time watching it that's why the pac twelve want to start playing games at nine Pacific boxing makes it hard in this is yep creasing away societally we want to we want things to be easy for us your people will pay for Showtime or HBO or Netflix those things but they know they're not getting just one episode or one show this is a lot of money this was a lot of money last night for thirty minutes of of sports thirty minutes of action do the cost benefit analysis on that so I mean it's boxing's problem what do you think eight five five two one two for CBS that's eight five five two one two four two two seven I think that's what keeps Wilder from fury from being a real success and what keeps boxing grounded I think there's a ceiling on the sport for the reasons that I just outlined here's Tony in Washington he's on CBSSports ready hi Tony alright yeah I will be eighty dollars a watch any sporting event that includes a Superbowl itself not come from the late sixties seventies and eighties were wide world of sports on TV Mohammed Ali and Howard Cosell that was classic sports TV I've seen all the fight I seen the rand Leonard earned him a Mike Tyson Mike Tyson fight for on TV for free all the time we got to know these guys are that the hype the fight right you know today I don't know Tyson fury to walk on the street I would know who he was and all that your last what is what boxing is becoming I'm not going to pay that so as my yeah thank you Tony appreciate it I don't think your I don't think you're on an island with that opinion fear is very articulate he's got a great sense of humor he's very smart but he's.

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"wilder" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

10:41 min | 1 year ago

"wilder" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

"The distance got knocked out in the first round in the rematch. Fury's the other guy who's wanted to distance and he barely made it to the finish line. Here's dropped hard and round nine even hotter in round twelve and I just don't know if anybody can absorb that power and I'm so intrigued to find out if anyone can. It seems to be fury with resilience. Incredible self-belief yeah. I mean Steve. What do you think? What's the biggest story line for you going back to that I? I actually thought it was much more interesting than it was entertaining. There was a lot of dead spots. But I said this about the Auntie Walter. He's so lethal dangerous. He's the only fighter in the world that I could think of where nothing is happening. And you're still in your seat because literally at anytime that right hand. I call detonate while there. It's absolutely an a bomb. I was there when when Ortiz was two seconds from being of six one and literally blink and next thing you know the fights over it is a Tommy. Hearns esque right hand. I want to know who can be better in the second fight like everyone else but I do question this and I think Yanti Wilder said it best. When you face me you gotta be perfect for thirty six minutes. I have to be perfect for two seconds. I'll take those odds are it's interesting that in rematches. Chris you notice. Most people always say favor. The boxer puncher most of the people that I've canvas. I did a story on the trainers. I'll be honest. Most people are actually picking wilder as AM I. I just get the sense that for all the good stretches that Tyson fury reliable he'll dominate and play ball control for days at a time that one shuttle calm and it could flip whole script. Yeah I mean I I agree with you. I'm taking wilder in this fight too. Because for all the things you articulated. They're like I think fury he could be up like ten one going into the twelve and I think he could still get caught with a bomb. I was in Mike. I was in while this camp a couple of weeks ago and I'm watching him work and I'm kind of asking him and I'm asking J. D.'s. Like do you guys even like train for decisions anymore or is everything sort of just trying to set up. That big shot like position guys. That's what he said after the Luis Ortiz. Fight you know. I'm just trying to move him around. Get Him in the right spot. And I think that's the right strategy. I think what thirty four thirty five years old John is not going to become a good boxer is cast. That he is what is like. He's he's a power puncher. Who has this devastating right hand and if he just keeps moving like fury is going to have to keep the head movement going and keep that mobility going for thirty six consecutive minutes. And I think that's going to be hard for him to do I. I don't know I disagree. I think if I'm if I was in tears corner and I would have them go after wilder. You're you're going to be two hundred and seventy pounds. Wilders not GONNA way more than at most twenty eight or so vitamin E. Inside Walter. Those why looping shots. I think you're safe you smother wilder shots. Of course there's still a men's danger closing the gap but now with sugarhill cronk trainer we would manuals Stewart. Likes Best Right. Lean on the opponent. Sam of his energy sapped wilder of that. Great Power. If it's possible and try to really push them back I mean we've seen a reheard wilder say that furious pulls in his hands. We all know that fury wobbles wilder fury waddled wilder battle. And not twelve after the knockdown and I was recently and furious camp grounds and from what I saw if you're going after his opponent I don't want to. I don't disagree with you. Mike about the strategy of going after him. I think the worst thing you can do is to let wilder kind of get set and get comfortable there. Because then he just sets up that right hand and that was a mistake Ortiz Bane. He was kind of your acting up a little bit and while just does lay them out. I think I think fury can do that for the vast majority of fight but I think if he takes ten seconds off and relaxes all of a sudden. I hate to going back to it. But man like I was ringside when he fought Steve Cunningham. And you know why she sees floor him like that just sections. I remember. That was two thousand thirteen right. Something like that at the garden yeah trout. I'm watching in Texas Mike about what you said you know. Stephen Brandman had were the brightest young trainers so smart. He's Stephen this. I actually think fury has a plan and he goes you may not be actually looking to stop them into but you do have to go towards them because if you have a while very skinny legs you could tell. He's not hitting the squat rack. Okay but what he does. I mean as covering basketball like you can't grow legs like right. Strengthen absolutely impossible you've got to be able to put while on his Hughes a little bit because if he gets set and he gets on the balls of his feet and he starts to come down hill he launches into that right hand and so that may be furious. Way of saying. I'm going to be aggressive in spots. And I'm going to try to rough him up and I was watching one of the Shoulder programming I think the inside wilder fury. Everyone's talking about the two seventy. I didn't realize fury was doing so much weight train. He's body actually looks pretty good. I don't think it's an Andy. Ruiz weight gain. I think it was actually a method to the madness. One thing I do notice about wilder he when he put his hands up above his face he goes into the earmuffs defense. That is a position where it's the one time he's not actually dangerous. The right hand That's were furious. That positioning the hands. That's where he can march right into the front door. I do expect a fury to be a little bit more aggressive offensively on his front foot. Mike you went and saw fury as you said you know what the question I had about. Some of the comments he made about going after a while their second round. Knockout all that stuff like in the first fight. He was playing mind games with them like he was trying to get inside his head and I think he was successful at doing it and take wilder out of his game. I wonder what I heard the second round stuff and I'm going to go after them out. If that was a mind game to to try to get wild thinking here he's going to come after me and all of a sudden whitman splitting off his back foot moving around too much. I mean you never know with Tyson. Fury what is actual strategy is and what he's just trying to make you think strategies. Yeah I believe it's probably bluster and I don't really know his strategy is because like I said I don't want to take too much from sparring and just a day watching training but I don't think you go with a trainer unless you want to try to improve some punching power and really sit on those shots and I think it would be a great idea to go after wilders body. I mean you're a pleasure. South hit the body and try to sap his energy lean on him because for everyone who trash talks wilder and says oh he's so crew. Yeah he has cruden autoways but he's excellent at setting up that right hands. He created fainting and his timing seems to be impeccable. I mean yeah. Ortiz was standing right in the pocket and focus for maybe a second and wilder. He didn't throw the JEB OUT ENTIRELY. He kind of like pushed out a little bit and then or cheese and the right came right behind the blinds. Them now is it. See You talked about the trainers and writing about them. Like what kind of impact can sugarhill have here like these taking over a finished product at this point and you know I? I don't know. Is he going to be? I mean you mentioned manuals store and maintenance to it also failed with guys who took on. Makoto didn't work with the manuals. Yeah so I I wonder what that that relationship and I also wonder Ben Davidson? Look he was there at the Waldo Ortiz rematch scouting. I mean if you told me three weeks later. This guy's out of a job. I would have been stunned in the sense that I get is. That was an economic move that Ben and the fury camp could not come together on pay. It always comes down the money in buffalo wings. Yeah and Ben. Davidson is an extremely intelligent guy. And he's very gracious thing. A lot of Nice things about fury Jalen Hill is a is a young man. I've known for a very long time certainly great bloodlines. But I don't ever remember sugarhill actually being a fight this big I really don't and but I will say this you're right Tyson. Fury could probably have US three in the corner. I'm not so should make a difference. Guys an extremely high boxing. I Q he has rare athleticism for his size and I remember Johnny Tapioca back to hall of Famer. God rest his soul he he. I called him the George Steinbrenner of boxing because every fighting at a different corner man. Just as Billy Martin. Because he was there like seven. Different Times never made a difference. It really is an trainers are honest with you. Ever talked to Freddie Roach about this. He'll tell you that trains can actually be very overrated. It is about the Horse. It is not about the jockey and it could come to a situation. Where if Tyson see something intuitively in that first round? It may not matter what they've worked on the past two three months. I don't think it's necessarily what they worked on. But in ring strategy I think is real like an and being unable. I mentioned Freddie Roach Freddie famously publicly criticized Ben Davidson. You're not having a more offense oriented strategy in that first fight. Freddie was convinced that fury could have knocked wilder out and I. It's hard to disagree with them. Giving some of the success that he had there. So that's that's my biggest question when you get in the trenches in what is expected to be a close fight a tough fight. What kind of advice to sugarhill offer up and is it effective or would different trainer of offered better ideas? You Steve's point what's the biggest fight sugar has been a part of a is it a Donna Stephen Body Jack Thomas Stevenson in that tragic fight against Alexander Bozic. I'm not sure I do agree. That furious rescues incredibly high. He seems to really pick up on things. Fast and just I I can really offer for fury. But it's I think maybe criminal economical. But there's always something to be said about the last performance. We know the fighters to blame their trainers and fury did not look good. All out of wowing. He lost the twelfth round was her badly hit. The bad cody will. I thought he lost. Maybe five rounds and I remember his dad said Fire Band what I remember that cut broke out and I think that was like mid September. That was the typical canal eight that went to Bolivian. As he's battling golden boy and as the cut is streaming there was a palpable nervousness. Ringside from everyone involved thinking. Oh Geez not only do we. Over marinate we burnt this Thanksgiving dinner. I mean for three. You're thinking to yourself we're not getting rematch. And that fight was caused by a punch. Been knockout right. If there was a business decision made by Las Vegas. We're going to let this thing going. Let's let's all could have been hanging out like the terminator duct tape. Got Some Super Glue in there. I don't want I in dealing with both fighters Mike I wonder though I think Yanni's much more relaxed this time around. I've been able to talk to both guys. I know that Tyson I I had been up and down with the media. Deontay has been telling. Everybody told me I'm in the best place of my life and also he's much healthier this time round. I guess there was a hand injury that I buy and yes are going down that camp. I mean they like you know. J. D.'s was telling me that you know. He didn't use that right. Hand for the entire camp in sparring. It was just the job so that was and again..

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