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I do want to talk to you Rick about.
Your column which -- read.
It's entitled god wants us to celebrate and I -- on our web site and people can check it out and it's it's really really well written.
But talk -- about this -- Well you know I always thought that.
You know an excessive celebration is really in the idol holder.
I if you're from -- for example and you tend to be a very passionate personal likes to dance for example.
I know that may be heating generalization let me just get away -- the -- sake of argument.
It's not cool to see someone.
Isn't an end zone or after a soccer match celebrate when -- score.
If you're from.
I don't know all Norway or Sweden.
Maybe it might be a little comparable -- someone jumping up and down the third fourth is six I don't know seventh time my point is this.
It's an excessive celebration is subjective to the person who's -- -- for years I've watched the NFL and other leagues in the NCAA console this trying to determine that some kid was a lot of celebrating too much of a unit with a plaque -- was originally Cuban you know we -- little -- -- by the whole nine yards and a government culture -- -- -- -- -- -- hands -- be very -- for example and I always -- you know.
Want to meet wasn't excessive but maybe that one was always said maybe we should just quantify this.
And along comes this case now and taxes when this young man.
Where -- we all can agree he should not happy.
The other title taken away from them what they did a kid Columbus high school in Texas isn't going to the state finals and Greg you hurt.
Toward the end of the crazy enough to win and he -- -- pointed his finger and god as if to say thank you god you don't get the credit for this not me thank you only think.
All the -- through this -- and say that's an excessive celebration.
And I start saying to myself and that's why I wrote a column.
You -- just don't point where we all can finally agree that we need to come up with something better than just some.
Inadequate rule about excessive celebration and that's -- -- -- You know.
-- it's a great point and you laid out very very nicely in your column and I encourage people to go to foxnews.com.
It's entitled god wants us to celebrate and what's interesting Rick.
-- eat it to me he wasn't celebrating god.
We're celebrating victory he was -- knowledge Jean guy lessening.
He certainly was and you -- we see -- do that all the time inciting you don't want.
Some people want to give me the credit for this achievement but you know what I'm gonna turn it over Uga.
A beautiful thing I mean you know as a as a Catholic that's something that I would I would be proud of myself my -- do that after an athletic competition should be proud he's so what are your -- is doing to good advice and to see them -- -- -- -- -- in this -- -- -- it's almost -- -- -- -- -- -- the -- -- -- -- -- -- to go to the state title there all the disqualified.
You know it just seems like an over reach and I think.
I think -- I think that's why we need to look at this thing and we need to start looking at how we make these decisions.
Because I go back to my original -- owners you know one -- excessive celebration.
Is another -- boring reaction.
Yeah well set.
Rick Sanchez check out god wants is to celebrate it's his column on Fox News get dot com.
You have an amended version that's about to be there -- so wait for it.
Our Rick great to see you as always good.
Let us gone down South Florida C divisional play some golf and we'll have some -- runner Greg I would love to do it on the it'd take you up on that Rick -- -- any time -- -- -- -- a black.
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