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"angels gate" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:52 min | 9 months ago

"angels gate" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"I am a sixfour. It's Conway Show. Where are you getting on? Metro's on still tryingto snag him. You got him. All right, ladies and German half of the Petros of money team over there. 5 70 am started two PM everyday Petro's pappa daggers. How are you, Bob? Hello, Tim. How are you? That's the landline here is down. So I'm on the cell and I'm outside with these apocalyptic skies, but I don't know. I no longer live in San Pedro. Unfortunately, I I don't Yeah, it's a real loss of street cred. A really heavy losses. I feel like you know that. I don't know where I live. I don't know where they make. You know, I don't know where you live, but I feel like that's ah big shot to San Pedro. Yeah, well, it's like, take a Mickey Mouse at Disneyland. That's right. Tell people where you moved. Yeah, It's been five years. I live in palace 40 states. I had no idea. I always picture you like in a crappy apartment in San Pedro. With lot of streets. History spread. Well, look across 7 11. What? The last time I lived across from a point firm and market and the cliff. With the Ah red light that said, and flashed in my window here, So I've been weathered. When I lived in San Pedro, with my wifely. We lived in a very nice area next to the Angels gate. You know the old Korean bell from the usual suspects. Yeah, well, you know, flicked a cigarette it that guy. You know, my when I was in sixth grade our sixth grade field trip, you know, that's the big year when you're before you gotto junior high. You have one big trip was to go whale watching. We stayed the vagabond and Sam Pead Roe and then the day of ports of call. Yeah, Porch. A call is a pretty gnarly place. Last time I was there, which is not that long ago, But three Cove it I ended up with my almost my entire torso out of a uber throwing up on the way home. I love those enchiladas. Yeah, CD it wass and everything is you know is water logged all the wood is warped. I mean, there's You know the rats the size of ponies. I enjoyed the place. Well, what we've always called Sampedro endearingly is where the ghetto meets the sea. And it's never been more true. Then today, you know, just like most of our other places. I mean something like 80% of the halfway houses in the city of Los Angeles are in San Pedro. So we got a lot of weirdoes walking around. You know, Uh, I drove through Hollywood the other night, but I could no, I thought it was a blade. Runner was it was I was like, Wow, right, And that's where people want to go when they come to town. And I, we steer them away from it. Like when I have uncles and aunts and cousins who come to town and they want to see Hollywood. I always say, like, you know. Well, let's let's put that off. Let's try Disneyland Universal. I don't know. Maybe you know, downtown L A with the homeless and then maybe maybe You know the hellhole that is Hollywood. I mean, when you're on the 101, it's almost like being on a boat. You know, with the with the freeway exits, right? And you're kind of like, you know, Um, I'm going to go in this cove. Now. That's a little too gnarly. Maybe I'll wait for fine like that. I don't think you know. Probably wait until sunset. It is like so much squalor just rolling up on the embankment. Oh, I don't really is. It's a trip. I don't know how anybody swallows their pride. It does it. I did it the other day. Because I'm a radio man, and I want to stay in tune to the city, even if it's like being in like an amusement park car. But man, what a friend. I only go there because I love Joe's pizza. And so I risk it. I get off on Gower. And I make an immediate right and I go and I blow through any red light. And if a cop pulls mail run, like, Look, I'm glad you're here. Write me a ticket, and you just watched me as I go to Joe's and then watch me get out of the city, please. But I don't stop for any red lights in Hollywood. Just take a pill or Gulch. That's not your right. The Gower Gulch. The people living under Gower are not as crazy as the people living on Hollywood or sunset, or, you know, or Norm or Melrose. All those other exits are really dangerous. But you've got that real western. A Gower Gulch there. Oh, yeah. You know, that's a pretty Yeah, That's the old West aspires Hollywood, but that's where the old like old school. Homeless guys are that you know, they beg for money, but they're not going. I thank you. The new style, Laura wisely style. Yeah, right. Exactly. Yeah. Old school, homeless guys air on Gower, and they live in that area for years. But the new eye, you know, the new fangled homeless guys will ask you for money and then shank you they'll stab you. Yes, it's rough. I played at Berkeley for a very short time before I disgrace my family and hitchhiked home that really noticed that about the homeless of Berkeley. Telegraph and beyond, You know, they really they had a stick. You know they had a personality they had on approach. Unlike you know the kids with the but with the gauges in their ears and noses. It's just smell bad and are asking for money. You know, there was a guy called Hate Man, but he hated everything. That was his thing. There was a guy who occupied a parking spot with an invisible car. And you know what? Back it out. You know, that's you know, that's the kind of entertainment you were looking for. From our homeless right now. They have creative names like dirty legs. You know, there's Phil. Dirty legs. Hey, how'd you get that name? Legs? They're filthy. Oh, wow. Who created that name? Who came up with that? Honey? That's great. Hey, I'm mark Old rotator cuff. Ron s O football started tonight. That's exciting. I love the sport. And I don't care how much you know I've got. I sit through with e you know, and the rules about no one tendons and all that stuff. I just love the game, and it's sort of signifies. A change in America. You know, we don't have change is out here with weather, So we look to for two things in a change of life..

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"angels gate" Discussed on Dateline NBC

Dateline NBC

10:34 min | 1 year ago

"angels gate" Discussed on Dateline NBC

"Ten days after Frank Rodriguez died he was honored like a fallen soldier at the military cemetery in Riverside California it was very hard to come out here for the funeral Angelina daughter autumn who was in the house when Frank Dodd said goodbye in a way only child good autumn put a teddy bear in ranks often she she was a sweet little girl she really was that last goodbye was a struggle for frank's family it was very hard on mom she did go into deep depression after that as the people who loved him more detectives with The Los Angeles Sheriff's department we're trying to find answers they drove two hundred miles north to the Rolling Hills and Small Town charm of San Luis Obispo to eat Jill gate to check out angelenos unsettling story that she had accused Frank's friend Chad Holloway of misconduct with students the Chad was furious over that and that all of it might be the reason behind francs unexplained death they were asking us in our opinion of who had access to Frank Richard Ranjan worked at Angel Gate at the time Ron's on told police he didn't notice Chad talking with frank but he did remember how upset Chad was about Angelina charges Chad was beside himself. I have never seen him that angry Jello is pretty angry about that accusation and express some people that he would like to deal very harshly with whoever had done that to him yeah he was initially very angry about it yes area of to kill who knows we don't know Chad Holloway very well yet we it to know and that's what we needed to do in this particular case what detectives call getting to know you doesn't feel quite so friendly when you're a potential murder suspect was under the impression before they talked to me that they were so convinced I did this that they had stopped at the sheriff's department had basically told them to prepare to book me you're in the crosshairs and crosshairs before they ever met Chad detectives already learned something important that the misconduct allegation wins against him had been thoroughly investigated by local law enforcement and found to be completely baseless but the detectives also a new a false allegation can still be a very good motive for murder that's one of the worst things that a teacher or instructor can do to a kid under his or her tutelage or control yes and it's so one of the worst things to be accused of if you didn't do that was probably the curious thing that had ever happened to me in life I I've been war as in Desert Storm a lot of things happened in combat I had never alive been that scared scared and he admitted angry I was beyond Matt is I I can't even describe how angry I was did you say you would like to put your gun to the head of the person that was doing this to you and bullets royer something to that effect why did but Chan Holloway insisted to detectives and UH as- whatever threats made were out of anger and frustration and he would never have followed through when you said that you wanted to think a gun and put it to the head of the person who made those accusations against you You didn't know it was Angelina you were talking about at the time I did not but once you found out it was angeline who made those accusations I'm guessing you probably thought about putting your gun to her head absolutely not no Chen also said that what Angelina told detectives about Frank's last visit Angel Gate you never actually happened were you working in the office no I wasn't working the office when you last saw frank did you offer them a gatorade or anything to drink aw clearly someone was lying the question was who I heard he what that killed frank investigators have a secret mission for Sergeant Holloway ah you better believe it what happens when a true crime show becomes the story hold onto your seats. The thing about Pam is the chart-topping podcast series from dateline and Keith Morrison this is drain starring a strange story and a career strange story things became personal all episodes are available now wherever are you get your podcasts join us for the ride on the thing about pan her husband died and suddenly Angelina Rodriguez quickly shared her suspicions with detectives that Frank had been poisoned by a former CO worker who carried a grudge including our but so far there was no solid evidence against Chad so detectives also looked at everyone who was close to frank including his new wife you talk to other people about Franken Angelique is marriage yes and we find some interesting things out for one thing frank was angelenos fourth husband but not necessarily her first choice people who worked with Angelina and frank at Angel Gate said Angelina initially had her eye on a different guy she was interested in Gentlemen worked there also that was somewhat of a cowboy were cowboy boots and a hat all sudden she showed up with like a cowboy up bumper sticker on her car and a hat in the back seat L. Girl and now she's a Calgary and then when he didn't want anything to do with her she had recognized frank was a religious man in the next you know she's got a Bible on her back window of her car I love Jesus bumper stickers to a lot of people it seemed Angelina was shopping pretty hard for a man and would do what was necessary. get one she was pretty much like a chameleon based on some of the behaviors we learn about her when she was working at the Gate Academy they learned that after meeting Lina Franken become less close to many of his friends at Angel Gate then when the couple moved south frank seemed to cut off his own family living life or later a grieving widow. When soon after Frank's death Angelina moved back up north and left behind some of frank's things we found it very odd that she took his dress shoes from the service some of his uniform stuff some of his medals and stuff like that that he had and they were on the I can she threw them away the things in the trash were were really shocking things that you'd think you'd keep from your husband that you love all that was curious but there was something above all others that made detective suspect Angelina might be involved in francs death something straight out of Homicide One oh one was the way Angelina kept bringing up frank's life insurance frank is that we need how long after frank died that Angelina call the insurance company then reclaim roughly within eight hours so the same day same morning but ensure like well they probably pay butyl until the communist and as the days went on and the coroner still didn't rule Angelina grew more and more impatient? I have a question did you guys get anything at all to the Karner the kept going and Stein Juan kept recording those goals or a cardiac it takes time for this type of stuff we know what the -tective saw an opportunity remember they needed the same thing Angelina did just for different reasons causes death and at this time we're thinking she knows what that caused death is the thought Angelina might be telling the truth about one thing that frank had been poisoned and they also knew what frank sister had told them something very strange that Angelina had said to her she says there are lots that you can poison someone she said for instance she says we have a flower out here called Oleander oleander thrives in warm climates like southern California the leaves and flowers our tactic but only deadly in large quantities or if the poison is somehow concentrated Angelina seemed to know how to do that she said you can make a tea out of that you can make soup out of it and you know it's a poison when we were riding in the limousine pointed right out those are oleander bushes but Angelina wouldn't quite spit it out for the detectives we keep asking her well Angelina what poison which had Holloway have given free it could be anything it could be the flowers on the road it could be something yeah kind of you know the bill they they grow in the middle of the highway at this point we believe she knows exactly what it is there's no doubt she's trying to get you to said she would rather have us say it and of course we'd rather have her.

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"angels gate" Discussed on Dateline NBC

Dateline NBC

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"angels gate" Discussed on Dateline NBC

"Fragrance brighi was finally coming into his own a new bride a new family a new job but then at three am after just five months of marriage Franks new bride Angelina found him unconscious on their bedroom floor and called for help it was too late Frank Rodriguez was dead his family was stunned he'd been a healthy man my mother called me after Angelina called her on the day that frank died and mom said she lost it she started screaming and the slammed the phone it was it was horrified he was only forty one frank left behind a widow and a nine year old stepdaughter to whom frank had become very close hundred dollar reactive frank dying she was devastated that she was also very confused she wasn't the only one confused the coroner's office found no obvious cause of death natural or unknown -tural no heart attack no trauma nothing toxicology tests found a little vicodin and frank system but not enough to kill anyone his family he was at a loss especially his wife Angelina who seemed to be groping for answers trying to make sense of what happened to frank she called me almost every day to talk about it she thought he was killed and she thought he was poisoned the ideas seemed on the face of it crazy want to kill Frank I just didn't know what to think it was just such a shock homicide detectives were called in even though there was zero evidence of a homicide any chance that this was going to turn out not to be a murder and that would frank died Eva's either natural causes or food poisoning or something like that absolutely absolutely Ellie county sheriff's Homicide Detective Brian Stein Wand says his job was just to keep moving forward we were dependent upon what the corner the office was doing what they would find or wouldn't find but in the meantime you can't stop investigating a few days after Frank's death they spoke with Angelina about her suspicions here because we understand there's a pup you have some information believe is a possibility that your husband was Angelina had a lot to tell the detectives about Frank's final days about what she thought had happened to him and why we're going to start from the Angelina said that after his trip on the bus Angel Gate Frank got sick with what they both thought at first was comic flu like very one every hour but then frank got so sick that Angelina took him to the Er the doctor said all frank needed was rest and fluids and he'd get better but two days later frank was debt and Angelina now told detectives she didn't believe it had been the stomach flu at all she thought that something happened to frank on that trip to Angel Gate ooh Angelina told detectives she had urged frank not to chaperone those students and specifically not to go back Angel Gate before he went when you say we aren't used by said she was worried that frank who was so trusting wouldn't be safe I mean he looks good everybody now he's very didn't Angelina then said why she was afraid it turned out that when she and frank work together an angel gate they became involved in something intially dangerous various you pray together on the program only gone and you situation the situations Angelina said she Frank became convinced a person working at Angel Gate was engaged in inappropriate behavior with some of the students Angela Ena said she'd reported the man to authorities and he now had a motive to hurt her or frank this person has uh-huh my job I will tell them he looked at frank he went like this and yeah I mean despite her fears Angelina said that night when frank returned from Angel Gate he now she wondered was there something in that gatorade did that friendly welcome hide something much more sinister because the man Salinas said had offered Frank Food and drank was the same man Angelina had accused the same man she said had threatened Frank Months only Sergeant Holloway Chad Holloway Frank's former boss Frank's friend I was beyond mad I can't even describe how angry I was from friend to Suspect did you say you would like to put your gun to the head of the person that was doing this something to that effect idea.

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"angels gate" Discussed on Dateline NBC

Dateline NBC

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"angels gate" Discussed on Dateline NBC

"Frank grew up in rural Illinois one of six kids he played football love baseball his sisters Carmen and surely remember most that he loved kidding around with his siblings dry sense of humor it say something and you're not sure if you're supposed to laugh at it but he was joking you know funny jokes and little tricks and things pranksters or the word I'm going for after high school frank joined the navy it was around that time that he married a girl but that line about the see being jealous mistress is true his first wife was tired of him traveling all over being gone for six months at a time after he got out he was really kind of a lost soul he just really didn't know what he wanted to do and then she ended up leaving him anyway after the divorce frank was at Lucent's different jobs different relationships he felt as if he were floundering until he found I the religion questions and then a place called Angel Gate Academy he just loved that job he loved working with the kids Angel Gate was run by the California National Guard from its base in San Luis Obispo on California's central coast it was a military academy near city kids who were headed in the wrong direction learned order discipline and respect how was I with the kids frank was awesome when the kids away was frank supervisor and friend I never met a person that was some better around the kids if they were acting out he would kind of like get say things to get them to for a successful life he also found that thrilling to take these city kids kayaking or camping or just hang out by the ocean which many of them I had never even seen it also left him wanting kids of his own I remember him talking a lot about he wanted to have kids I mean unwanted kids really bad he wanted to start a family whose sister's say frank thought his faith would guide him there he was big into believing that God was going to give him signs of what was good for his life and then one day at Church frank ran into a woman he worked with at Angel Gate he called mom to tell her that he had met this woman Angelina and that she was his soulmate and my mom our mom was excited oh my goodness she called me up she was so excited thanks met someone her name was Angelina Morale's she had also been in the military she was as devout Christian as frank their romance was a whirlwind baby here the excitement about this new love in this video that Angelina shot roll daughter named autumn so instant family I liked frank frank was a really good guy seemed very down to earth and good for her seemed very good for her come fuller is autumn's dad and Angelina Zanex usually guy in your position not too crazy about the husband do come after him with frank was different at the wedding frank vowed to be a good husband and he made a promise to autumn to be a great st up dad when frank loved working with kids was offered a teaching job in Los Angeles Frank's life seemed to be coming together the way he had always prayed that it would at least that's how it seemed when was the last time you saw frank I saw frank the Tuesday after Labor Day two thousand frank wanted to earn some extra money and greeted chaperone a group of new students on their way to Angel Gate road with them on a bus from La to San Luis Obispo where he we met up with his old friend and boss Chan how do you look frank looked absolutely terrible four days later Frank Rodriguez was dead what had happened the frank a warning from his wife.

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"angels gate" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"angels gate" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

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"angels gate" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

11:41 min | 2 years ago

"angels gate" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Angel gates. Went angel gets its wings. There is no fan base that is easier to root against not one maybe New Yorkers men that depicted most New York stuff. I mean, the Yankees bought a few championships. But the the Knicks have been so bad for so long that who cares. The jets really haven't been a contender in a long time. We do we hate Boston sports because of the obnoxious fans because their excess it's a combination of both noxious fans are okay, you can deal with them noxious fans because you can say scoreboard, except when they're winning. Yeah. Then you like you could you know, there were years where you could just look at raider fan. Yeah. Well them off and Boston fan at least Red Sox fan. They're going to have that World Series. Yeah. Flex those. Knuckleheads. Like oh. The Craig win tonight and extras, right? We still punked you in the World Series. Right. And it's not even that. I mean, you go back the patriots Celtic on and on like, oh is there any is? There any city. That's got so tired of winning. The Bruins are really good to know. Really good. Yeah. It's it's pretty awful. And they they deserve right now. Justin Simmons hates this conversation. But you know, that's what we should have called lot show. And that no doubt. No doubt. All right. Well, so yeah. The Rockies win tonight. They win an extra five four good stuff. There the Golden State Warriors as supplies to nobody. They win game one of the Western Conference files. One sixteen to ninety four Steph curry my goodness thirty six points on the night. Plus ten fact all the starters for Golden State. We're in the positive and as I look at it. Why all the bench players were in the positive too. I don't know of seen that really won't ever every player on a team in the playoffs on the positive side of the plus minus. Yeah, that's rare feat happens. I think you see it with high scoring teens teams like Houston. You'll see it every once in a while teams like Golden State. Rare as well. I mean, not a comment occurrence though. And meanwhile, naturally as there is a balance to this equation, everybody on Portland by they have to be kind of have to all be negative, right? CJ McCollum the star of the previous series against Denver Nuggets, minus twenty on the night. Yeah. I don't think that's going to be sustainable. I don't think that you gotta keep him that down that long, but you know, the Portland Golden State Warriors are bad matchup, Portland. Go Portland's a team that you're a hot shooting team. The source of their points comes from the back court on the two guards. And then a spark off the bench where that's hood curry, whomever. They hope to rotate one of the other hot shooters through and you you're not gonna out shoot Golden State. Like, you just not going to win that way, you know. And so so the nuggets were a better matchup for the warriors. I see the Portland may they may pull one game off the warriors. But I this is series gonna be over pretty quick probably four one. Yeah. And you know, what if it ends up being like that they can rescue as long as they want right and get him healthy for the finals could be his last finals with the warriors. Now, maybe we pulled for the for the east you want Milwaukee or Toronto Milwaukee was so good and are small market team. You always kind of like to see that new blood flowing through there. I think John doesn't get kind of like Nicola. Those are probably the two most underrated players in basketball, and they're very very good. But the because they play in smaller or forgotten markets. You know in the in that's not a coastal coastal team. They tend to be forgotten a little bit. I'd like to see I'd like to kind of get his on the other hand that coli with everything that happened and then moving off from the Spurs, you know, you kinda like to see it for him too. So I'm okay either way really I'd like to to see us. And then collide with whatever team he winds up with whether that's if he stays with Rana removes on. But I'd like to see us in the box. I mean, what they put together this year has really been very very good. It's fun to see them matchup us, and they're one of the most dominant home teams in the NBA outside Denver, really. That's those are the two most dominant home team. So I kind of like to see that match up because I don't think Golden State's going into Milwaukee and taken any it's just a question of whether Milwaukee Golden State, take one Janas has special. He's going to be an MVP one day, very very soon. I might should be one. Now. I mean, there's an argument being. Honest. There's an argument for that last year the NBA before we we move on. The draft lottery was tonight. And to basically everybody's surprise. I it seemed like it was walking perfectly. You had both the Lakers and the Knicks in the top four. Everybody was having flashbacks to eighty five with the frozen envelope. Thinking about. Okay, here we go again given Zion. The knicks. They add fourteen percent chance getting the number one overall pick the pelicans knowledge pelicans are the number one pick in the NBA draft. You know what? So so on one hand, I'm laughing hysterically at Knicks fans who have been just desperate for this just desperate to get Zion. They're hoping that would help attract maybe Katie help attract kyri. I mean, they they had this all lined up now. The pelicans might be able to make a case to Anthony Davis to stay if they're taking Zeile, and then the other thing about this, Ben let you respond. The other thing about this is it so anti NBA to have the best player in the draft. What's considered one of the one of the bright stars potentially maybe already crowning this guy as an all Star Wars even played a game. Going to New Orleans not New Yorker LA. It's it's so anti NBA the NBA kind of needed Zaylon in one of these markets. Well, the the knock on the NBA for years for the last couple of years, especially with the consolidation of these super teams has been there's only four or five relevant teams in the league at any one given point in time, they're usually a major market team. And so there's no parody in the league. And that's what allows the NFL to thrive. So on the one hand, you're glad that a fairly New Orleans a small market by any means, but a small smaller market team almost an afterthought in terms of sports. I mean, you get saints down there. But that I think that. On the one hand you like it because of that on the other hand every idiot out there who's talking about the draft being rigged gets to use this as fuel. Well, the NBA set it up. So if they didn't take, and they they let Anthony Davis and go, and they can keep they they'll give them, and I get so tired of the the draft lottery is not rigged is not rigged. And I'm so tired of people like ache with all these just bizarre conspiracy. It's amazing to me. How people will do whatever. The opposite of atoms razor is in the mental gymnastics that they will go through to come up with a conclusion to support the most outrageous outlandish ridiculous thought process in the world. It's not rigged the NBA does not care one way or the other because you to tune into watch that player wherever he's playing strange flex. I'll tell you what Ben because I don't have anything directly to refute you, I'll I'll tip my cap, but in the end, I I am a frozen envelope. Believer the Patrick Ewing to the Knicks that that was a little bit of coincidence and lock all happening at the same time to the market that David Stern needed to prop up. I see you're right. It was a little convenient. It's not only tipping like cap. He's doffing. It's a little bit of a doll. It's a little convenient. That's on say. I talk. Oh incidence. I mean, you know, you got the top twenty teams you got it. It's fine. Whatever that many markets. I mean, one of them's going to get it's it's just weird to me people do all that kind of stuff, you know, major market. Well, yeah. Guys want to go to major Marcus NBA survived on. I mean, the NBA now give give Davidson credit he recognized early on. I need my major market teams to be good for this thing to get to another level. And so there was a time. But you don't actually what you want to do is down is brand those European star since you, get international coverage, the international dollars this. This is you're talking about. Now is in the NBA may be coming around to that. I'm saying what when it was in the navy's and even into the they they viewed the major market as the crux of their success. They viewed that I mean, this is the U S. David stern. I believe that he ended that wrong. The the beauty of the NBA is when the smaller market teams are good motive Wingate in the nineties was when you had the Indiana Pacers in New York Knicks rivalry, the small market Indiana Pacers and Reggie Miller taken on Ewing Starks, and and spike Leeson on the front row when the when the barnstorm says at were were taking on hot, the, you know, the New York Hollywood prior to that it was it was shakers Landau magic when there's the Charlotte Hornets head Larry Johnson Alonzo, Mourning look I I'm with it. I I grew up in that era lay. That was when I really fell in love with the NBA Phoenix was run cage AM Barkley. But prior to that they did what they could to make sure that those other market the bigger markets were the ones. That had the most star power. Celtics, Lakers Celtics weren't that good that point fallen off. I'm talking about the eight Dallas is a major market the eighties. I've talked in the mapfre YoM going beyond that I'm eighties nineties. Here's where I'm telling you what we really call go before that Detroit took that blue collar work ethic and just built up a, you know, that's later. Let's later let's later I'm not talking about the merger. Like, yeah. I'm I'm talking about with David. David Stern from the the foundation. And besides there's only been like a dozen teams that have won a championship unless thirty years the NBA is built on parody. But that we is not built on parody. That's the point. I'm saying he was at its best when it was though. Yeah. Agreed. When. I would say, okay, it's going to be LeBron versus the warriors either in the finals the conference of the the NBA finals. And then whatever other two teams are unfortunate enough to go up against those buzzsaws. That's not good for anybody. Nobody cares about that. Tune in for that. The argument, I tend I tend to watch them all partly probably gambler. And I'm you know. Defense. And all right. Ryan degenerated, which you can follow us on Twitter. Yeah. Yeah. I'm usually gambling on all of it. So that does part of my my thing. But. I'm with it. I think that this is good news for the NBA. I I liked the meltdown liked the chaos of the pelicans getting the the number one overall pick for that. I'm glad I'm happy. Hopefully, Anthony Davis sticks around plea. And by the way, the Twitter is always the greatest they came up with that that that mean right away that the New Orleans food was going to fatten up Zion. And they make them look like booger McFarland. This Photoshop of him on booker's body, or whatever. That's great. If you find it. It's it's fantastic. I think look I I mean, I just I guess I don't get. I don't know. I I don't get these people. They always want something to complain about their complaint. What do you mean you people? What do you mean? You people know you these. The people don't get the conspiracy..

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"angels gate" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"angels gate" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Daily dot com. Empathy represses analytic thought and vice versa. So it turns out our brain physiology keeps us from at the same time being analytic and empathetic. Well, this explained everything to me. So we can only be in one place at once. And then I started thinking about people who are not neuro typical like my own daughter who has mild autism and how they come off as rude while they just want the facts, and they're analyzing right? And I realize that maybe that's part of what's going on in their brain. So keep in mind that sometimes. We will all say the wrong thing while we're busy just trying to analyze. And there can always be another time when we're at rest where we can think about what we said and call somebody up and say, hey, I'm sorry. I didn't mean to hurt your feelings because then our empathy can flourish when we just stopped analyzing how many people in my life have told me, I think too much and I analyzed too much. I like the fact that I think too much. All right. I think it's good because I see the parallel universe in the world. I see what people do and what people say. But actually what they mean. And where they might have come from. All right. When we come back. There's a certain personality traits that makes people around you feel very comfortable. Do you have the trait? I'll tell you when we come back. You're listening to KFI AM six forty this is Dr Wendy Walsh. Follow me online on Instagram. And I'll maybe follow you at DR, Wendy Walsh. Larry Prell has a news for us. A police. Chase has ended with breaststrokes in handcuffs driver of an alleged stolen. Acura, kube led sheriff's deputies in Long Beach, and then CHP officers on a chase ended that the port of Los Angeles. After a standoff, the driver drove into the ocean at the boat launch at Cabrillo beach, and San Pedro he and an alleged accomplice got out and dough for it. The driver swam towards the angel's gate lighthouse in the outer harbour. Authorities had already cleared the water of boaters and had a poor police canine unit on hand after forty five minutes. Cops had both guys in cuffs on dry land. Michael shapiro. KFI news, another Pacific storm has moved into northern California. It has prompted a flash flood watch for communities hit by last year's devastating. Wildfire. Officials say mud and debris flows are possible in and around the town of paradise through tonight paradise was leveled by fire two months ago. At least eighty six people were killed in nearly fifteen thousand homes destroyed President Trump says he is providing congress with a path forward to end the partial shutdown of the federal government. Trump says he's asking for nearly two billion dollars for Humana. Terry Ad and increased border security that is our plan border security, DACA, TPS and many other things straightforward fair reasonable and common sense with lots of compromise. Trump says he also wants to nearly six billion dollars to help build a border wall. And in return Trump has offered temporary protections for undocumented dreamers. Trump called it a common sense compromise. It should be embraced by Democrats and Republicans..

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"angels gate" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"angels gate" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Quired chairs, blankets and coolers will not be allowed onto the grounds. After three pm a police. Chase ends with breaststrokes and handcuffs the driver of an alleged stolen accurate coup. Led sheriff's deputies in Long Beach, and then CHP officers on a chase that ended the port of Los Angeles. After a standoff, the driver drove into the ocean at the boat launch at Cabrillo, beaten, San Pedro, he and an alleged accomplice got out and go for it. The driver swam towards the angel's gate lighthouse in the outer harbour. Authorities had already cleared the water a boaters and had a poor police canine unit on hand after forty five minutes. Cops had both guys in cuffs on dry land. Michael survey KFI news a man in Oregon has shot and killed four members of his family. The incident happened last night when cops arrived the man was attempting to kill another family member when he was shot and killed by deputies President Trump says he's providing congress with the path forward to end the partial shutdown of the government. Trump says he's asking for nearly two billion dollars for humanitarian aid and increased border patrol security. Trump also wants nearly. Six billion dollars to help construct a border wall. This plan solves the immediate crisis. And it is a horrible crisis. It is a humanitarian crisis like we rarely see in our country in return Trump offer temporary protections for undocumented dreamers. Trump called it. A common sense compromise should be embraced by Democrats. And Republicans Wyoming Republican Representative Liz Cheney says there has been progress made in conversations between Democrats and Republicans, but there's still much work to be done speaker Pelosi. She commandeered the floor of the house representatives for eight hours less than a year ago. So for her now to just simply reject out of hand, you know, it shows you they're just not interested in negotiating. She says Trump's offer to extend protections for Dhaka recipients and White House speaker Nancy Pelosi's immediate rejection of his offer shows, the Democrats are just not interested in negotiating the CIA agent. Who inspired the Oscar winning movie Argo has died. Tony Mendez has died at an assisted living center in Maryland during the Iran. Hostage crisis. Mendez had to find a way to smuggle six State Department workers out of Tehran. He turned to Hollywood to come up with a plan to make a fake movie in the Middle East.

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"angels gate" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"angels gate" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Newsroom. Thousands of people have gathered in downtown LA for the women's March L A event began yesterday with a rally at Pershing square women's marches went around all across the nation. New York congresswoman Alexandria, oh Cossio Cortez had her first March two years ago, influenced her political career, and I saw that capital and shiver went up my spine. I did not know then that I would run for congress. But several months later, I launched my campaign. The margin LA ended at city hall police. Chase ends with breaststrokes and handcuffs the driver of an alleged stolen accurate. Cool. Bled. Sheriff's deputies in Long Beach, and then CHP officers on a chase that ended at the port of Los Angeles. After a standoff, the driver drove into the ocean at the boat launch at Cabrillo beach, and San Pedro he and an alleged accomplice got out and go for it. The driver swam towards the angels gate lighthouse in the outer harbour authorities had already cleared the water a boaters had a poor police canine unit on hand after forty five minutes. Cops had both guys and cuff on dry land. Michael Shapiro KFI. News, Orange County is reporting. It's first flu related death of the year. A woman under the age of sixty five with underlying health conditions died from complications related to the virus. Dr Nermeen Marcos Clark with monarch healthcare says it's not too late to get vaccinated, regardless of age, the age of six months, it's so important to receive your flu vaccination in Orange County health officer says. Last year was the worst flu season and more than a decade with one hundred sixty four flu related deaths in California. That's compared to eighty one debts. You're before a utility being sued over a wildfire is now suing over a mudslide. Socal Edison has filed a lawsuit against Santa Barbara county. Cal trans over mudslides that killed twenty three people and destroyed hundreds of homes in montecito last year as C E claims the county and state neglected to prepare saying public officials knew such an event would inevitably occur after a wildfire and did not minimize the risk in advance. Edison, says county and transportation officials allowed development in hazard prone areas and built inadequate debris basins flood channels and other infrastructure Aaron bender KFI news. President Trump says he's providing congress with a path forward and the partial shutdown of the federal government. Trump says he's asking for nearly two billion dollars for humanitarian aid and increased border security. Trump also wants nearly six billion dollars to help construct border wall. Walls are not immoral. In fact, they are the opposite of immoral because they will save many lives.

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"angels gate" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

07:50 min | 2 years ago

"angels gate" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Super smiley adventure. And we're back on the Stuart Smalley adventure with our dear friend, Jill Rappaport. Welcome. Thank you so much Meghan. No, you made a really good point about, you know, first of all the dealerships. It's million just for the initial airing. But they get a total of over ten million eyeballs watching it probably one million eyeballs. Oh, yeah. Ten ten million viewers are estimated to have seen the puppy bowl because it re- repeats throughout the day from three o'clock eastern standard time on and job. Bowl is Saturday night at eight PM. I believe it runs again at one in the morning eastern standard time, and I was told maybe even a third run on Monday morning, February fifth at eleven so I'm y'all to check your local listings, but what's so great again is the messaging we have come a long way, baby. You know, when I first started watching the show it was just about adorable puppies. Even though they were all from shelters, which was like really ahead of their time in so fabulous. What I love is. That people really are finally understanding not only, you know, how great it is to adopt. But the need the importance to adopt. You know, it's like, I think people would actually feel from at least people, I know feel bad if they didn't adopt because they know, you know, socially to be socially conscious and also emotionally it's the right thing to do. You know, I'm sure there must be some reputable breeders up there. I'm not saying that I I will say never go pet stores long as you live. I definitely feel strongly about that. And I'm sure there are some very nice reputable breeders, it's just that with all of our animals in these shelters filling up cages across the country. And if people wanna purebred guess what you can get anything you want in the shelter system. I tell people all the time you wanna golden retriever. There's golden retriever rescue there's labrador German shepherd rescue Dobson. No, yes. What there's no excuse not to rescue. Tell people all the time. You know, if you wanna marvelous mutter perfect purebred in your eyes. You can find them. A little time till the one speaks to your heart. But get you will do it. And it's the best gift. You think you're giving them an amazing gift? Yes. You are. But in the end, you know, I know it's the best gift we can give ourselves absolutely installed chill me. See the puppy bowl. Does the dog bowl? Look like a football game like the puppy bowl. And is he going to be a referee with uniforms competition? What was it like to see it? Live was crazy fun. What was it like shooting? It's just the most fun. You know? In both. I just it's the best week of the year when we're filming these shows, and Dan Schechner, you know, the referee from puppy bowl is also the referee in dog ball, really ju. Yeah, we actually have a real game. We have a little different type of game because unlike puppy bowl with the dog ball casually. We'll take a siesta break. Sometimes they're fine for it. But you know, what it's really adorable. We have the cutest dogs, and, you know, very energetic and very chilled, and they get along in the feel the difference. I'd say the main difference between the two shows is that dog bowl is very story driven. We have some incredible back stories of people made it their life's mission to seem. This tell something that really billions fired you whenever meawhile they every story. We have Eric decker who is an NFL player and his wife Jessie dot they have a Deckers dogs. They have made it their mission to help save older dogs have been credible back story on them and gentlemen, he's an accountant, and he he's known as Wolfgang to his hundreds of thousands of fans and he's out in Colorado. And I believe he has over ten super seniors. And it'll either wheeling round and buggies, and he has a whole Instagram following that will just slay you where he literally, you know, post something every day about their wellbeing and their situation, and he just takes the most beautiful care them till their last breath. And only, you know, literally takes in the super seniors every every story, we'll just warm your heart. They even did it at home piece with me at the top where they show me. It's short and cupid features all six of my rescues at my ranch. Yeah. Then we have the playing field. You know, we we have a half time at a wonderful shelter called little shelter and Huntington Long Island. And what's so great about that place? I love David Sealion little shelter because they specialize in older dogs. And they never have a problem getting them adopted. They're one of the few shelters where people literally not go there for an older pet. And they as soon as they get 'em in it. They seem to come right into a home immediately. And understand. He says, I don't know what it is about us. But we never have trouble adopting one of our wonderful dogs. Jim who was featured who's a teenager and has some hearing loss in his diabetic. She was just adopted yesterday. And she's also featured in dog, I mean here, you know, like thirteen years old, and she has diabetes in literally someone came in and couldn't wait to give her a home. So they're beautiful stories. I mean, it's really you're gonna just flip out. And so is super smiley. He's gonna go nuts watching it. He's going to be glued to the TV set. I know we're going to be doing it again, it's Saturday night before the Super Bowl on animal planet and check local listings to see if it's reassuring. Is that correct? Yes. Eight PM eastern standard time. And then, of course, the next day perfect, and you know, jail that here on a super smiley venture. We know that animals are healers and teachers, so what have your dogs been sharing with you? What have they been teaching you lately? Well, you know, what my dogs have taught me is not to sweat the small stuff. My German shepherd who I had to amputate his leg because of bone cancer. And I want you to recovery, and he was just so happy to be out of pain. He literally never let the loss of a limb. Stand in the way of living the most beautiful life after that live for by the way, two and a half years after I mean, he he was thirteen and a half when he went up to rainbows bridge, and you know, angels gate. Literally for shepherd that would be a lovely life without cancer. And so he just I watched him, and I thought, wow, you know, he's not worried and thinking, oh, I don't have a leg. I don't look, right. I'm just happy. I'm out of pain, and I'm so happy to be with my family. So I'm telling you that's the biggest lesson. I've learned from my dogs, not to sweat, the small stuff in also the joy that little things in life can bring us meaning just hanging out on the bed with your dog when he puts his nose in your throat and goes. Together. Put some on your lap. You know? Yeah. Everything they do. They lower blood pressure when we're putting them they make us happier. We live longer just because of the joy of our pets. Don't you agree? Oh, not only do. I agree. It is a scientific fact longevity. Studies have been done with the blood pressure and a longer lives in the the lowered heart rate calming down, absolutely gel. So well said, and I also want a second what you said I had a beautiful little labrador named spirit and she also had bone cancer. And she lived two years over two years after the amputation as well when they predicted about six months, but it was two years. And I was so worried I was so worried when she was going to come back from that, you know, we're ready to take her home, and she was going to come out with their three legs. And I didn't know she was going to be all scared or whatever, and she was dragging the vet tech through the parking lot. And he just hopping hopping and happy and smiling and smiling and she wanted. She was just so happy, it'd.

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"angels gate" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

11:00 min | 2 years ago

"angels gate" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"And a super adventure. We're back on a stupid smelly adventure with our dear friend, Jill Rappaport. Welcome back. Thank you so much Meghan. No. You made a really good point about, you know, first of all the viewership. It's million just for the initial airing. But they get total of over ten million eyeballs watching it probably twenty million eyeballs. Oh, yeah. Ten ten million viewers are estimated to have seen the puppy bowl because it re- repeats throughout the day from three o'clock eastern standard time on and job. Bowl is Saturday night at eight PM. I believe it runs again at one in the morning eastern standard time, and I was told maybe even a third run on Monday morning, February fifth at eleven. So I'm y'all have to check your local listings, but what's so great again is the messaging we have come a long way, baby. You know, when I first started watching the show it was just about adorable puppies. Even though they were all from shelters, which was like really head of their time and fabulous. What I love is that. People really are finally understanding not only, you know, how great it is to adopt. But the need the importance to adopt. You know, it's like, I think people would actually feel from at least people, I know feel bad if they didn't adopt because they know, you know, socially to be socially conscious and also emotionally it's the right thing to do. You know, it's I'm sure there must be some reputable breeders out there. I'm not saying that I I will say never go to a pet stores long as you live. I definitely feel strongly about that. And I'm sure there are some very nice reputable breeders, it's just that with all of our animals in these shelters filling up cages across the country. And if people wanna purebred guess what you can get anything you want in the shelter system. I tell people all the time you want a golden retriever there's golden retriever rescue there's Laverick German shepherd rescue. No, guess what? There's no excuse not to rescue. Tell people all the time. You know, if you wanna marvelous mutter perfect purebred in your eyes. You can find them. A little time till the one speaks to your heart. But get you will do it. And it's the best gift. You think you're giving them an amazing gift? Yes. You are. But in the end, you know, I know it's the best gift we can give ourselves absolutely installed. Jill made see the puppy bowl. Does the dog bowl? Look like a football game like the puppy bowl. And is he going to be a referee with uniforms competition? What was it like to see it? Live was crazy fun. What was it like shooting? Well, it's just fun. You know? In both. I just it's the best week of the year when we're filming these shows, and Dan Schechner, you know, the referee from puppy bowl is also the referee and dog ball, really ju. Yeah, we actually have a real game. We have a little different type of game because unlike puppy bowl with the dog ball casually. We'll take a siesta break. Sometimes they're fine for it. But you know, what it's really adorable. We have the cutest dogs, and, you know, very energetic and very chilled and they get along in the field the difference. I'd say the main difference between the two shows is that dog bowl is very story driven. We have some incredible back stories of people. Their life's mission to seem. Tell something that really billions fired you whenever meawhile they every story. We have Eric decker was an NFL player and his wife Jessie dot they have a Deckers dogs. They have made it their mission to help save older dogs. An incredible backstory on them and gentlemen, he's an accountant to me keep he's known as Wolfgang to his hundreds of thousands of fans and he's out in Colorado. And I believe he has over ten super seniors, and it'll either wheel around and buggies, and he has a whole Instagram following that will just slay you where he literally, you know, post something every day about their wellbeing and their situation, and he just takes the most beautiful care them till their last breath. And only, you know, literally takes in the super seniors every every story, we'll just warm your heart. They even did it at home piece with me at the top where they show me. It's you know, short and cupid features all six of my rescues at my ranch. And then we. And we have the playing field. You know, we we have a halftime at a wonderful shelter called little shelter in Huntington Long Island. And what's so great about that place? I love David Sealion little shelter because they specialize in older dogs. And they never have a problem getting them adopted. They're one of the few shelters where people literally not go there for an older pet, and they as soon as they get them in it. They seem to come right into a home immediately. And he says, I don't know what it is about us. But we never have trouble adopting and one of our wonderful dogs Jemma who was featured who's a teenager and has some hearing loss in his diabetic. She was just adopted yesterday. And she's also featured in dog bowl. I mean here like thirteen years old, and she has diabetes, and literally someone came in and couldn't wait to give her a home. So they're beautiful stories. I mean, it's really you're going to just flip out and so a super smiley. He's gonna go nuts watching it. He's be glued to the TV set. I know we're going to be doing it again, it's Saturday night before the Super Bowl on animal planet and check local listings to see if it's reinjuring is that correct? Yes. Eight PM eastern standard time. And then, of course, the next day perfect, and you know, jail that here on a super smiley adventure. We know that animals are healers and teachers, so what have your dogs been sharing with you? What have they been teaching you lately? Well, you know, what my dogs have taught me is not to sweat the small stuff. I my German shepherd who I had to amputate his leg because of bone cancer. And I want you she's recovery, and he was just so happy to be out of pain. He literally never let the loss of a limb stand in the way of living the most beautiful life after that lived for by the way, two and a half years after I mean, he really he was thirteen and a half when he went up to rainbows bridge, and you know, angels gate literally for shepherd that would be a lovely life without cancer. And so he just I watched him, and I thought, wow, you know, he's not worried and thinking, oh, I don't have a leg. I don't look, right. I'm just happy amount of pain. And I'm so happy to be with my family. So I'm telling you that's the biggest lesson. I've learned from my dogs, not to sweat the small stuff. And also, the joy that little things in life can bring us meaning just hanging out on the bed with your dog when he puts his nose in your throat and goes. Together. I'll put some on your lap. You know, everything they do. They lower blood pressure when we're putting them they make us happier. We live longer just because of the joy of our pets. Don't you agree? Oh, not only do. I agree. It is a scientific fact longevity. Studies have been done with the blood pressure and the longer lives than the the lowered Hartmut calming down, absolutely gel. So well said, and I also want a second what you said I had a beautiful little labrador named spirit and she also had bone cancer. And she lived two years over two years after the amputation as well. When they predicted about six months, it was two years. And I was so worried I was so worried when she was going to come back from that, you know, we're ready to take her home, and she was going to come out with their three legs. And I didn't know she was going to be all scared whenever and she was dragging the vet tech through the parking lot. And he goes hopping and hopping and happy and smiling and smiling and she wanted. She was just so happy. It'd be pain-free that with their people and she went and lay down outside would start firing many Hama beautiful little horses and just embraced life. That's what she taught me was just a mess. When we do when life throws you her ball. You know, these dogs these animals life throws them a curve ball. They catch it in their mouth. And they toss it back. The symbolism. Really, right. And the other about the physical joy, you know, what about the emotional joy. I mean, I'm a single woman. I never feel alone. When I have my dogs with I I'm never lonely. I've never sat there the best company in the world for young people middle aged people or senior right amazing. Million percent. A billion percent. And there's so many people that know this, and I feel very blessed to be one of the people that knows that secret that you just shared that animals. They uplift our lives. And I'm just so grateful to know that I feel like going. Thank you. Thank you. It's a secret and Jill. Always. It's so beautiful to reconnect with you in person or here on a super smelly adventure. Are you going to be at global pedic's though this year? Any place this year? You know, maybe I mean, I have all these products. The problem is you know, I used to come with ruby. And for senior in fact, ruby who I call my sugar doggy because she sells all my products for me. She is also she takes center stage in dog bowl, ruby is my senior Weiner sidekick, and she's back stage with me, and she's checking out all the competition. And she helps with my interviews and she's incredible. But you know, I would bring her to global every year, and I would drive I'm probably going to you know, I don't want to put her on a plane. It's not good for her. But it's hard that trip. You know, the last couple of times I didn't have a stroller and I carry her, but it's hard. I don't know if I'm gonna do it, and I really don't like to come without her. So are you going to be there? Well, I'm not sure either. But I I would like to be, but I hope sometime this year jail. We get to meet up at some beautiful dog events someplace, so we get to give each other a hug in person. And maybe I can kiss miss little ruby right on the face. That's what I look. One year global I took home Stanley my soup. I remember my poodle, my standard poodle unbelievable right now. It is it is. Well, Jill thank you so much for joining us. Thank you for all of your messaging that you share on key on here, he junior, and especially as we're talking about the dog on animal planet. Thank you, sir. I know thank you so much. It's truly a labor of love a dream. Come true. I hope your listeners tune in because we wanted to come back every year but most important opt to adopt the older pet. That's our message. Doc and show. Yup. And if we can show that we've made a difference with that then we've done our job, and this show is a huge hit. You know? That's why I love that. And before we going also remind all of our listeners to watch our latest PSA for kindness dough dogs and help us share kindness round the world, and that's kindness films dot com. Supersize flash modern.

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"angels gate" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:22 min | 3 years ago

"angels gate" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"We have the playing field you. Know we we have a halftime at a. Wonderful shelter called little shelter and Huntington Long Island. And what's so great about that place I love David Sealion little shelter because they specialize in older dogs and they never have a, problem getting. Adopted they're one of the few. Shelters where people literally not go there for an older pet, and they as soon as they get, them in it, they seem to come right into a home immediately and he, says I don't know what, it is about us but we never have trouble adopting one of our wonderful dogs Jim, who was featured who's a teenager and has some hearing loss and his diabetic she, was just, adopted yesterday and she's also featured in dog bull I, mean here you know like thirteen years old and she has diabetes literally. Someone came in and, couldn't wait to give her a home so they're. Beautiful stories I mean it's. Really you're gonna just flip out and so is super smiley he's gonna go nuts watching it, he's gonna, be glued to the. TV set I know we're going to be doing Again it's Saturday night before the Super Bowl on animal planet and. Check local listings to see if it's rearing is that correct yes. Eight PM eastern, standard time, and then of course the next day perfect. And you know jail that here on a super smiley adventure we. Know that animals are. Healers and, teachers so, what have your dog benched sharing with you what have. They been teaching you lately well. You know what my dogs have taught me. Is not to sweat the small stuff Jab my German shepherd who I had to amputate his leg because bone cancer and I want. You to his? Recovery, and he was just so. Happy to be out of pain he. Literally. Never let the loss of a limb stand in the way. Of living the most beautiful life after that. Lived for by the way two and a half? Years after I mean he he was? Thirteen, and a half when he went up to rainbows bridge and you know angels gate Literally for shepherd that would be a lovely life without. Cancer and so he just I watched him and I thought, wow you know he's not worried and thinking oh I don't have a, leg I don't look right I've just happy amount of pain and I'm so happy to be with. My family so I'm telling you that's the biggest lesson I've learned from my dogs not to sweat the small stuff and also the joy that little things in life can bring. Us meaning just hanging out on the bed with your dog when he puts his nose in your throat, and goes Together I'll put some on your lap you know everything they do they lower blood pressure when we're petting them they make us happier we live longer just because of the joy of our pets. Don't you, agree oh not only do I agree it is a scientific fact lung studies have been done with the blood pressure and a longer lives than the the lowered heart mate calming down absolutely gel so well said and I. Also want a second what you said I had a beautiful little labrador named. Spirit and she also had bone cancer and she lived, two, years over, two years after the application, is, well when they predicted about. Six months that it. Was two years and I was, so worried I was so worried when she was. Going to come back from that you know we're ready to take her, home and she was going to, come out with their three legs and I didn't know she was going to be all scared whenever and she was dragging the vet tech through the parking lot and he goes Hopping and happy..

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"angels gate" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:27 min | 3 years ago

"angels gate" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Of my rescues at my ranch and then we have the playing field you know we we have a halftime at. A wonderful shelter called little shelter and Huntington Long Island and what's so great about that place I love, David Sealion. Little shelter because they specialize. In older dogs and they never have a problem getting them, adopted they're one of the few shelters Where people. Literally not go there for an older pet and they as soon as they get them in it they seem to. Come right into a home immediately And he says I don't know what it is. About us but we never have trouble adopting and one of our wonderful dogs Jemma who was featured. Who's a teenager and has some hearing loss in his diabetic she was just adopted yesterday, and she's also featured. In dog, bull mean, here like thirteen years old and she has diabetes in. Literally someone came into couldn't wait. To give her a home so they're beautiful. Stories I mean it's really you're gonna just flip. Out and so is super smiley he's gonna go nuts watching it he's gonna be glued to the TV. Set I know? We're, going to be doing it. Again it's Saturday night before the Super Bowl on. Animal. Planet and check, local listings to see if it's reinjuring is. That correct yes eight PM eastern standard time. And then of course happy ball the next day? Perfect and you know Jill that here? On, a super smiley adventure we know that animals are healers and teachers so what have your dogs been sharing with you what have they been teaching you lately well you know what my dogs have, taught me is not to sweat the small stuff I my German shepherd who. I had to amputate his leg because of bone cancer and I'm you she's recovery and he was just so happy. To be out of pain he literally never let the loss of a limb stand in the way. Of living the most beautiful life after that live for by the way two and a, half years after I. Mean he, really he, was thirteen and a half when he went up to. Rainbows bridge and you know angels. Gate literally for shepherd that would be a. Lovely life without cancer and so he just I. Watched him and I thought wow you know he's not worried and thinking oh I don't have a leg. I don't look? Right, I'm just happy amount of. Pain and I'm so, happy to. Be with my. Family. So I'm telling, you that's the biggest lesson I've learned from. My dogs not to sweat the small stuff. In also the joy that little things in life? Can bring us meaning just hanging out? On, the bed with your dog when he puts his nose in your throat and goes Thanks Together put some on your. Lap you know everything they. Do they lower blood pressure when we're petting, them they make us. Happier we live longer just because of the joy of our. Pets don't you? Agree, oh not only. Do I. Agree it is a scientific. Fact longevity studies have been done with the blood pressure and a longer lives in the the lowered heart rate calming, down absolutely. Gel so well, said and also want a second what you. Said I had a beautiful little labrador named spirit and she also had bone cancer and she lived two years over two years after the amputation as. Well when they predicted about six months that it was two, years and I was so worried I was so worried when she was going to come back from. That you, know we're ready to take her home and she was going to come out with their three legs and I didn't know she was going to be all scared whenever and she was dragging the vet tech through the parking. Lot and he just hopping hopping and happy and smiling and, smiling and she wanted to..

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"angels gate" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"angels gate" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Where he literally you know post something every day about their wellbeing and their situation and he just takes the most beautiful care them till their last breath and only you know literally takes in the super seniors every every story we'll just warm your heart they even did it at home piece with me at the top where they show me it's short and cute but it features all six of my rescues at my ranch and then we have the playing field you know we we have a halftime at a wonderful shelter called little shelter and huntington long island and what's so great about that place i love david sealion little shelter because they specialize in older dogs and they never have a problem getting them adopted they're one of the few shelters where people literally no to go there for an older pet and they as soon as they get them in they seem to come right into a home immediately and he says i don't know what it is about us but we never have trouble adopting one of our wonderful dogs jemma who was featured who's a teenager and has some hearing loss and his diabetic she was just adopted yesterday and she's also featured in dog bowl i mean here like thirteen years old and she has diabetes and literally someone came in and couldn't wait to give her a home so they're beautiful stories i mean it's really you're gonna just flip out and so a super smiley he's gonna go nuts watching it he's gonna be glued to the tv set i know we're going to be doing it again it's saturday night before the super bowl on animal planet and check local listings to see if it's reinjuring is that correct yes eight pm eastern standard time and then of course the next day person and you know jail that here on a super smiley adventure we know that animals are healers and teachers so what have your dogs been sharing with you what did they been teaching you lately well you know what my dogs have taught me is not to sweat the small stuff jab my german shepherd who i had to amputate his leg because of bone cancer and i want you to recovery and he was just so happy to be out of pain he literally never let the loss of a limb stand in the way of living the most beautiful life after that lived for by the way two and a half years after i mean he really he was thirteen and a half when he went up to rainbows bridge and you know angels gate literally for shepherd that would be a lovely life without cancer and so he just i watched him and i thought wow you know he's not worried and thinking oh i don't have a leg i don't look right i'm just happy amount of pain and i'm so happy to be with my family so i'm telling you that's the biggest lesson i've learned from my dogs not to sweat the small stuff and also the joy that little things in life can bring us meaning just hanging out on the bed with your dog when he puts his nose in your throat and goes together put some on your lap you know yeah everything they do they lower blood pressure when we're putting them they make us happier we live longer just because of the joy of our pets don't you agree oh not only do i agree it is a scientific fact longevity studies have been done with the blood pressure and a longer lives than the the lowered hartmut calming down absolutely gel so well said and i also want a second what you said i had a little labrador named spirit and she also had bone cancer and she lived two years over two years after the amputation as well when they predicted about six months that it was two years and i was so worried i was so worried when she was going to come back from that we're ready to take her home and she was going to come out with their three legs and i didn't know she was going to be all scared whenever and she was dragging the vet tech through the parking lot and he goes hopping and hopping and happy and smiling and smiling and she wanted to talk to so happy painfree back when their people and she went and.

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"angels gate" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show

The Tom Leykis Show

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"angels gate" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show

"Yup anyway that's my frustration with the with the homeless i just wish that there was a i mean a solution for it but it seems like it's well you know where they could you know what they can house those homeless that we're living in the riverbed over there in orange or they can house them all the empty seats at the angel gate call come on be like seat fillers at the oscars they can use them to to clean up that spill that they had the take the homeless out of the river bed in the city of orange you give them a rent angels cap and a rally monkey setting all the ftc's it more than enough ru i don't want them sitting next to me come on you actually go to angels games i just i'm a fan i just can't tell you who watch baseball on tv so i don't really care who fills those seats on tv it just looks like a lot of empty seats or they do decide to do that hopefully they don't come up with smellavision the law of the homeless yeah tom and it's been great i don't call me anytime i really appreciate it it's wide open phones on the tom leykis show at nine zero one three.

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"angels gate" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"angels gate" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To this in a glass each within a problem of course we to some and bring a different kind of stories on that team today's program kid logic we wanted in our filled with stories in which kids employee kid thinking especially the kid thinking that is perfectly logical but completely wrong headed and we arrive deck three of our program act three the game main over to the fat some man sings a little kids talk about a crush or load and the talking about more or less the same thing that adults mean by those words where howie check which remembers how he thought about loving grade school he won aggressive like him but they never seemed to he is looking back on it i think part of the problem was how i thought of a lot as a kid and if you ideas would hey get some to levy that in retrospect when particularly helpful to me first i thought that if they can see me sleeping they would immediately fall for me when i would describe each night i would kuch to try to sleep an acute way just accused to go so they could keep on me have to feed the ball to couldn't sprints my head into my pillow handed him ahead and that's in all pop their goals and ten thankfully pranking me the latter and kind of my bed window instead of picking fat so whatever um i when that was planned deflected parts of mailed this on the speed we could be and angel gates led when i'm i blankets i guess was some cross over the kids knowledge of what was an due to adults apply to romance.

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"angels gate" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"angels gate" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Chemistry classroom but people moved about it a recent open house a lotta never his acrylic and mix media i do a lotta charcoal in pencil islam there's plenty of well space for paintings that are dynamic colorful and large scale some of the campus a stretch six feet wide in five feet tall shared is pretty well financially speaking but whatever fell i guess i don't i don't know if you can really live year and on our to salary would be tough but poulter is helping and the fact that we how this community is just invaluable that's a common refrain covering and sheer who originally hails from bangalore takes the concept one step further she organizers this along and hurt chemistry classroom with people are invited to discuss literature hurt the homeless crisis whatever seems topic of anyone least until i'm picking thick schumer this team kind perform at a form of he needed classical pierce is this kind of thing players and others if quite roughly and done it really translate into my where i think it part of our an sharing with like minded people it's really important have really is hardly the only publicly owned arts community there are similar examples around the state like the angels gate cultural center in southern california the barbara goldstein the public are an expert wants to see more of the same in silicon valley and the brodeur bay area cup really artist city has or is a really good example from model that could work for artists all over this reach and she's not averse to private outfits either like the minnesota straight project in san francisco or the sitter they'll art studios in san jose but goldstein warren's they face the same market pressures other private lamb learn stew.

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