I often warn people when I see them going down the wrong track, but I've realized something, a warning to a fool is wasted. Sometimes you can see something so clearly, you explain it to people, you tell them, you logically show them, this is not the way you should do this. And still, they proceed on without giving a care in the world about it, because they want to do what they want to do. And they end up paying this terrific price and penalty for walking and running down the wrong path, and the wrong road. People, don't be a fool. Look at first of all, does the person who's trying to tell you something and warn you, do they really have your best interest at heart? And if they are, listen to them, and weigh out the options; look at it. Don't just throw the warning away, because you don't want to hear it and you want to do what you want to do. A warning to a fool is often wasted. Don't be a fool and pay that price. This is Coach Bronner! I'll see you tomorrow.