19 Burst results for "Buddy Hackett"

"buddy hackett" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:33 min | 4 months ago

"buddy hackett" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

"Dax shepherd and Kristen Bell's marriage. They constantly bring up such private issues about their marriage. Such as close sleeping, such as Dax falling back onto drugs and just there was another story not too long ago where Kristen had some kind of, I think it's called mastitis where her milk duck was blocked and it's hard for a kid to get the milk out. So Dax in the shower sucked really hard on his wife's breast and got whatever you wanted to blockage out and spit it out in the shower. I mean, this is some weird shit. You know what I mean? Don't you think? Can you do that? When I hear that story, it gets me a little weird out. Suck it on your wife's breasts to get something out of it mess Titus. I'm sure it's painful for a woman, but there's gotta be a better way to do it than having you husband in the shower, taking care of you like that. Anyhow, these two are always talking about their private lives and something she said the other day was pretty ridiculous. They're now sleeping in their own bed, the kids, but they don't always have good nights of sleep. So what she's done recently, she gives them melatonin gummies to knock them out quicker. Now, here's the thing. Kristen Bell has a company that sells melatonin and gummy bears. So maybe she's trying to promote her business, but I don't think this is a great idea. A to talk about it be to do it. There's always a lot to unpack when it comes to these two talking about their marriage. They always make headlines for the wrong reason. And they've spoken out about everything from the mastitis in the shower to self regulating hard period, they've talked about the divorce between Chris Pratt and Anna Faris, and also most recently, the frequency in which she and her husband bathe their kids. And what they said at that point was it's a privilege to bathe your kids. We only bathe them when we can smell the stink on them. Laval days without bathing that without their kids baby. They're those kind of parents. I think they stepped it at this time. Because, you know, melatonin, that's not even FDA approved I don't believe. It's asleep. It's a sleep hormone. And it's yet to be approved by the FDA for use in kids and adolescents where all the doses are still possible, especially in gummy bear form, kids look at that and think it's candy.

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"buddy hackett" Discussed on No Challenges Remaining

No Challenges Remaining

05:40 min | 8 months ago

"buddy hackett" Discussed on No Challenges Remaining

"While you're here. This is like, it can be like pay me to watch tennis. I play tennis four times a week. I'm a fading four or 5, you know, the body's going. But the mind still there. I watch it. I write it. My wife doesn't see me during grand slams. I'm watching, I get up at three in the morning, get taped the Australia, and then I watch it at 6 in the morning, like it's live. Wimbledon forget it two weeks up when it was on HBO. Remember the days I was in HBO. I bought HBO for just two weeks of the year. No, I'm a tennis fanatic. I started when I was 18, I got I was the Borg McEnroe years, you know? I wanted to be on board. I long blind hair. I had the headband. I bought Bancroft rackets. I spoke with a Swedish accent. For sure. I hit the ball, good. No, so I just can't as years, McEnroe, I just love those years. Christie and Martina, I became a friend of Christy Martina. Chrissy, Everett I mean. I covered the pro celeb every year when Mary pierce was being hounded by a father. He had a restraining order. I scooped it because he snuck on the grounds. I scooped it and the cops had to come and take him away. I interviewed Chevy Chase there and Linda crystal, Linda Evans and Buddy Hackett and president Bush at frozen at Christie's tournaments and one of the biggest honors of my life when Jimmy Everett God bless and died a few years ago. Holiday park. That was where he and Claire and Genie, the whole family who have all won orange bowl and junior on tournaments, amazing family. John Everett and Chrissy called me to write the dad's obituary for the sunset. One of the biggest honors of my career and I went to the wake and everyone was proud of me and it was a very crowning moment to my career that John Chris Everett had the faith in me to write that dad's obituary. So you've been with tennis, like I said, some sort of those glory days in the 70s, 80s. What do you think about the tours now where they're at? What do you think of the current sort of product on the torus? It's rolling through Miami. I think, okay, I think the men's game improve about 20 years ago and they slowed the courts. They slowed all the surfaces down. They probably sped up Roland Garros because people were getting tired at Wimbledon of serve and the point was over. Serving volley point over. Remember, even as if it's years. It's tough to watch. If you watch this old matches, they're not entertaining. That's raw. It's served. It's served. That's why the contrast was always good, bought Mac and no Sampras Agassi 'cause you had their baseline against a certain volume. But when you had two serving values, Ben, it was boring. It was I got into women's tennis more Steffi Graf and sabatini and sallis and Martina Hingis. I loved her game. I think people kind of discount that in terms of part of why women's tennis got so big late 90s, early 2000s when the Hingis and the Williams did were coming up. Part of why they're doing so well, I think, as they test the alcohols in the stadium quality, when you can hear, is that the men's game was really boring at that time. There was a lot of space for the women to grab the grab the stage. But then I think they have slowly gone the other way. I think the courts are starting to speed up a little bit. They're pretty slow here. They're slow here. But you get more rallies, but I do believe that they did a good thing recently by making all the tiebreakers the same and all the grand slams. Chris, listen, I love tennis, but I have trouble watching a 5 hour match on clay. I mean, I think that's the best if I probably more than a tiebreak problem. Yes, you're correct, but also clay. Slow clay. Sometimes I think the first week of Grand Slam should be two out of three, the second week should be three out of 5 for the men. I know this would get me in trouble. I love women's tennis, two out of three should be equal pay. I just don't understand how three out of 5 is equal pay. I don't understand it. It's equal pay for equal labor, right? Demand a plane 5 hours, women are playing an hour. I just don't think it's true. I think that's the men's problem more than the women. So I think the men if they look over, especially because the women get to add, especially looking at the Serena at their peaks, we're not only winning equal prides money for the singles. They're also adding the doubles check on top of that. And so a lot of years of Serena would win singles and doubles the Wimbledon intervenes a couple times. And I walk away with way more money than the men's champagne because it's prohibitive to play doubles when you're playing the best of 5. Guys are not adding. So anyways, I think yeah, if the men want to feel bad about that, they can play best. But men's doubles, I would like the fact to go to the Thursday at ten point breaker now. I love doubles. I love watching the Bryan brothers. The funny thing is that they consider the greatest bubbles team of all time. But McEnroe Fleming probably would have beat them, but because the great plays did not play doubles. And I also don't like the whole thing about the most grand slams is the greatest player ever. We know Borg McEnroe Khan is Chrissy. They didn't play Australia. It was during Christmas. Americans can go there. What's considered one of the big four. So it is a fair estimate now with the big three. Because they all play there. They lost apples to apples. Yeah, now it is. Now it is. But with like Serena and Margaret court, it's not. No, Margaret court played, she won't have about 12 of them over there. I don't know. You would know better than me. How many did you win over there? I think she'll 1111 Australian open. Small draw is not many people showing up. Mark edmonson running Australian open. So many guys in have I heard of, but anyhow, we digress. The man's game right now, I love it. I do love it. I love it. The city passes of the world. Alcaraz, this kid's gonna be a legend. We're witnessing the birth of a legend here. Wait, what are you seeing out there? He's a big story this week. So what do you make alcaraz? Listen, they compare it to Rafa, but there's no comparison other than vamos. And he's got that competitive fire. He wants to win every point every game. And he also had his fearless like Rafi, ghosts for it, like Djokovic does as well. I do admit that..

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"buddy hackett" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:28 min | 9 months ago

"buddy hackett" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Away hey there folks, welcome back and I'm talking to papuan. Do you understand what I'm telling you? Pat Boone. Pat, is it really you? It's definitely me. You're not just teasing me. It's really you. I confess, no makeup whatsoever. A purposely kind of fuzzy light so that I'm wearing, I'm wearing enough makeup for the two of us. Don't worry about it. I said to them, I want to look like George Hamilton. What can you do? And this is as close as they were willing to go. They didn't want to give me what you need four shades of tan more. That's all. Have you played golf with George Hamilton? I played in the same tournament with the who's who of showbiz, but not in the same force of no. What about so you've played golf with Bing Crosby? I don't know that it gets when you say you've played off with Bing Crosby and Bob Hope. I think we're done. I don't think you can top that. Have you ever played? Have you ever played golf with Phyllis Diller? No, I don't think she plays, but you know, I topped it, as I say, Bing Crosby was my sponsor. He was my reason. Now, look, can I tell you a funny story about that? It involved buddy. I dare you. Go ahead. It involves Buddy Hackett. He and I were making a movie. Now you got to keep it clean. It is clean. All hands on deck with Dennis O'Keefe, Barbara Eden, and so on. And Buddy Hackett, who played an Indian in this film. It was a naval. It was in the navy. I mean, we were on the navy LST. And he was just lower course. And I was a lieutenant. And so anyway, you don't need to know the story. While we're making the film, he was taking up golf. He said, pat. He says, I want to get to be a Bel Air. Can I be a member of Bel Air? And I got to be honest, I was not, I was not expecting you to do a Buddy Hackett impression on this program. So I just checked that off my bucket list. So you're doing a film with Buddy Hackett, Barbara Eden, and during the film, Buddy Hackett is leaning on you to try to get into the Bel Air country club. Okay. Yes. Now, he was already a member of hillcrest, a Jewish club. But Bel Air, of course, is famous. That's where Howard Hughes landed his plane famously and on the golf course and things like that. And this pictures of being in bob and Fred Astaire and Gable when he had a hole in one. You know, it's where all the stars like to play. And I was a member now at 23, 24 years old. And we're in the car, and he says, I want to play a bit here. And I said, well, buddy. I don't have anything to do with except I can ask the manager. And he says, we'll do that. So I did. And the manager told me he said, you know, we don't have any Jewish members. I said, what is it? He says, it's not in our bylaws. Now, wait a minute. What year, this is like what 54, what year is this? 57. 57. Bel Air country club had no, I mean, I'm not surprised, but it's nonetheless, it's extraordinary. It was shocked to me. And they didn't say it's not in our bylaws. It's just we don't happen to have any. She said, but you can talk to the membership committee, the various members and see what they, if they'll vote, but the next membership meeting. I said, well, give me their names and addresses, which I did. They gave them to me and I called each one and each one said Buddy Hackett. Oh, he's funny. Oh yeah, he'd liven up our meetings and yeah, sure. We'd like that buddy. But when the vote came down, the vote was no. And I can only imagine that it was because without it being written anywhere, that they didn't have any Jewish members intentionally. So I was furious. And I got buddy on the phone. No, it was in the car. It was in the car. And I said, buddy, I'm just insanely mad. I'm going to take my membership away from Bel Air because I told him what had happened. And I tried, I tried to get you into the club, and they said, well, no, they voted you down. And I think it's because you're Jewish. So I'm going to withdraw my memory. Don't do that. Don't do that. He said, I tried to get you into Bel Air. I can't give no. He said, I investigated. I can't get you in the hill crest. Which is a Jewish club. Well, that was a joke, and I didn't tell you very well. But it was, that is what he said to me. I can't get you into hill quest. And so I didn't join hill Chris. I stayed at Bel Air, but I did play with buddy at hillcrest. And several of us entertainers had buddy play as our guest. And our body could, of course, we've got many Jewish members now, of course. That went by the boards. But of course, Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, all of us would have been turned down at lakeside. Golf course, because they had no entertainer members. For many, that is very funny. I mean, those are crazy stuff. Really? It is. But the fact that of all the Jews in the world, the fact that you stood up for Buddy Hackett, it's just absolutely fascinating. And I wonder if they would have let Sammy Davis in. Not on your life. No, he wouldn't have been a member. Two Jewish? Well, Jewish and black. We didn't have black members either. No, I knew that. That was a joke, pat. That's what I call a joke. A bad stupid joke. This could lie there. You, but I mean, the fact that you played golf with all these folks, I mean, look, that's why when they were making the film the Mulligan, they thought, my goodness, what if we could get pat Boone? Wouldn't that be incredible? When I was at the NRB recently, I saw you standing there in your plus fours. You were dressed up, promoting the movie when we come back, I want to talk to you more.

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Legendary Performer Pat Boone Shares a Story About Buddy Hackett

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:44 min | 9 months ago

Legendary Performer Pat Boone Shares a Story About Buddy Hackett

"Talking to papuan. Do you understand what I'm telling you? Pat Boone. Pat, is it really you? It's definitely me. You're not just teasing me. It's really you. I confess, no makeup whatsoever. A purposely kind of fuzzy light so that I'm wearing, I'm wearing enough makeup for the two of us. Don't worry about it. I said to them, I want to look like George Hamilton. What can you do? And this is as close as they were willing to go. They didn't want to give me what you need four shades of tan more. That's all. Have you played golf with George Hamilton? I played in the same tournament with the who's who of showbiz, but not in the same force of no. What about so you've played golf with Bing Crosby? I don't know that it gets when you say you've played off with Bing Crosby and Bob Hope. I think we're done. I don't think you can top that. Have you ever played? Have you ever played golf with Phyllis Diller? No, I don't think she plays, but you know, I topped it, as I say, Bing Crosby was my sponsor. He was my reason. Now, look, can I tell you a funny story about that? It involved buddy. I dare you. Go ahead. It involves Buddy Hackett. He and I were making a movie. Now you got to keep it clean. It is clean. All hands on deck with Dennis O'Keefe, Barbara Eden, and so on. And Buddy Hackett, who played an Indian in this film. It was a naval. It was in the navy. I mean, we were on the navy LST. And he was just lower course. And I was a lieutenant. And so anyway, you don't need to know the story. While we're making the film, he was taking up golf. He said, pat. He says, I want to get to be a Bel Air. Can I be a member of Bel Air? And I got to be honest, I was not, I was not expecting you to do a Buddy Hackett impression on this program. So I just checked that off my bucket list. So you're doing a film with Buddy Hackett, Barbara Eden, and during the film, Buddy Hackett is leaning on you to try to get into the Bel Air country club. Okay. Yes. Now, he was already a member of hillcrest, a Jewish club. But Bel Air, of course, is famous. That's where Howard Hughes landed his plane famously and on the golf course and things like that. And this pictures of being in bob and Fred Astaire and Gable when he had a hole in one. You know, it's where all the stars like to play. And I was a member now at 23, 24 years old. And we're in the car, and he says, I want to play a bit here. And I said, well, buddy. I don't have anything to do with except I can ask the manager. And he says, we'll do that. So I did. And the manager told me he said, you know, we don't have any Jewish members. I said, what is it? He says, it's not in our bylaws. Now, wait a minute. What year, this is like what 54, what year is this? 57. 57. Bel Air country club had no, I mean, I'm not surprised, but it's nonetheless, it's extraordinary. It was shocked to me. And they didn't say it's not in our bylaws. It's just we don't happen to have any. She said, but you can talk to the membership committee, the various members and see what they, if they'll vote, but

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AJ Reflects on His Friendship With Comedian Jay Mohr

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:21 min | 9 months ago

AJ Reflects on His Friendship With Comedian Jay Mohr

"I listen to an atom corolla shot and by the way, at this point in time, you know, I don't ever care about promoting someone else's podcast, especially someone I love, like H man. And he had Jay moron. And J Moore, the brilliant comedian was on and I didn't know this, but apparently he had an Adderall addiction and went to rehab and the last I saw Jay, he invited me to go see him perform and I did and it was great, he's got such a frenetic energy and a comics brain like few others. And Jay and I got close because he got very friendly with the great comedian Buddy Hackett. And he does a great Buddy Hackett. And at one point I had reached out to him and I said, you know, my father was a best friend with buddy happy in high school, but he hadn't used to come to my apartment in Brooklyn. You know, I'd love to share stories about. And he couldn't believe he got so emotionally almost cry. I went to his apartment, his condo and I think it was Westwood. And marine del Rey, something like that. And you know, we had a great night. This was way back in the early days of the podcast and Jay was, you know, very emotional about the fact that I had a connection to Buddy Hackett. And I saw him did a couple of pills that night. But he told me their heart pills because, you know, we're all getting up there in age. In fact, he said that night. I'm getting old. I fought when I pee and I ain't laughed 'cause I understand that. And then I saw him in concert not long after that. At the last factory, the comedy store or something like that, and then, you know, I hung out with him and Jeannie bus one night, his squeeze, and she's a great woman, and I learned from again. You know, we crossed paths. He called me. We chickened on each other, but then he kind of disappeared. And I learned from the Adam Carolla show that Jay was in rehab. And he's been a year sober

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"buddy hackett" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:33 min | 9 months ago

"buddy hackett" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Stood up straight. And of course I love you, so I was like, oh, Jeff, no. But you know, I don't remember this in that, but a person of thank you that was hysterical. When did you, when did you realize that you could incorporate roasting into comedy? Again, another happy accident, Suzy, wasn't me. It was a year where the friars club was struggling to get celebrities on the shows. They weren't televised. They were just as sort of inside showbiz thing in New York. And they couldn't get people, they'd had controversies and so on and it was like the roasting and it was kind of antiquated. It was like a lost art like jousting or something. No one really knew what I was outside the walls of fires club in New York. Milton Berle and had a young man and Buddy Hackett and these guys. So when I realized I could always do a little bit of crowd work, I can make fun of people as they went to the bathroom with the comedy clubs and I was getting good at MC. I learned how to do that by am saying I'd always want to host shows so that I get to go on in between the comics and talk to the audience. Like I thought that would be good training if I ever hosted a game show or a talk show, whatever. And I think I built some roasting skills so that when I did some private show at a friars club at a golf.

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"buddy hackett" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"buddy hackett" Discussed on Animal Radio

"Coal. Coal in your stock? I wasn't there. I wasn't a good boy this year. But my dogs and my wife got everything they wanted. It's a tradition every year in my house that we actually have all the gifts wrapped in for our pets. And the pets know, and they actually rip open their gifts, even the bird rips open their gifts. Do they wait, though? They get excited. They don't wait. It's funny because they know something's going on. They're up for all of their bark and they get us up. They run down. They run through the Christmas tree. Usually they run through the refrigerator. They wait for their gifts. Well behaved animals. Can you put the rap presents under the tree ahead of time? Or will they get into them? No, I can't. Don't try to get into we won't let them keep trying. This is edible radios, Christmas show. A little different than we usually do. We're all sitting around, roasting our chestnuts, and listening to stories and music for the holiday today. Now, if you missed any part of the show, you want to hear any of these stories back, head on over to the website at animal radio dot com after every show we post a podcast and you can download that podcast or let's say you live in one of the cities where there's only one hour of animal radio. You can listen to the entire show. Yeah, it's actually a two hour show. Head on over to animal radio dot com, get the entire show over there. It doesn't seem like that long ago, but it's been 19 years since a little ball of joy and fluff came into my life and changed it forever. I was working for a property management firm in San Francisco and was asked to relocate to Texas to oversee an apartment complex there. Soon after my wife, Linda and I arrived, the building maintenance man discovered a little mutton a recently vacated apartment. The dog was in a closed closet with no food or water. The maintenance man and his wife were unable to keep her, so Linda asked me if we could do so. Just for a little while. I reluctantly agreed but added, just for a few days. A nickname the dog shorty, and shorty took to me like you wouldn't believe. She followed me everywhere. She was closer than a shadow, and when she lay beside me on the couch or in bed, you couldn't get a dime between us. Both Lin and I quickly knew that a little while was going to become a lifetime. When our time in Texas came to an end, we returned to San Francisco, where shorty adjusted to being a city dog. We take her to the park and for walks around town, but it wasn't the same as when she and I went running out in the fields together, just enjoying the day and one another. That was truly our favorite time. In San Francisco, shorty learned how to play baseball. She absolutely loved it. Linda pitched, I hit and shorty field of the ball. She would catch it in the air, or at most on one hop. Trot up to Linda, give her the ball and then run back to the outfield and bark as it to let us know she was ready for more. As time went on, Linda wish she had a dog that was as devoted to her as shorty was to me. So one day we went to the SPCA. Sitting in the back of a cage was a terrier mix, a little bigger than shorty, but with the same coloring. He had the biggest brown eyes and was just begging to be taken home. And he was. Shorty and buddy took to each other from the beginning and people used to think they were brother and sister. Some years later we rented a little house with a fence in a room for shorty and buddy to play in. By then in her old age, shorty started losing her teeth, and her tongue used to hang out of the side of her mouth. She also lost her sight and hearing, but buddy became her eyes and ears. He knew that when shorty went to the front door embarked once, the way she had always done, she wanted to go outside. But now she needed assistance, and buddy knew exactly what to do. He would take her ear in his mouth and gently guide her down the steps to the lawn, where he would lie down and watch her roaming around smelling everything she could. When she was ready to come into the house, shorty would stand motionless, Bart wants, and again, but he would go to her, take her ear and guide her up the stairs to her bed. One evening, the door was open, and shorty somehow made it down the stairs unattended, but she collapsed at the bottom. I carried her to her bed and she lay there for a day whimpering. Just as she had 17 years earlier in that dark closet. I told Linda that it looked like it was about time. Linda knew what I meant and nodded. We took shorty to the vet that night, and as expected, there wasn't anything she could do. She helped us feel better by asking us to think of all the positive things that shorty had brought into our lives. I will always feel grateful for that. I decided to remain with shorty. The vet left us alone in a room, and I stood just stroking her. I think we both gathered some comfort and being with each other. When it was over, I cradled her, not ever wanting to let her go. Today her ashes and her pictures to the top are dresser. When the time comes, I've requested that I to be cremated and Linda has promised me that she will scatter my ashes together with those of shorty in the biggest field she can find. Then,.

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"buddy hackett" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

29:00 min | 1 year ago

"buddy hackett" Discussed on Animal Radio

"Is good. When your dogs. Bringing animal home for the holidays give yourself a new best friend bringing animal home for the holidays your thank yourself in the end bring an animal home for the holidays save a fellow spirit from shrine bringing animal home all the holidays and keep it for the rest of its life. A cat a dog a bird a mouse the batter a little theme through the house and to give that keeps on giving it's a game right from the street. It's a feeling it can't be a feeling that can't be every feeling that can't be..

"buddy hackett" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

09:10 min | 1 year ago

"buddy hackett" Discussed on Animal Radio

"Know that it's just not a vacation without our furry companions by our side. Start day dreaming now and visit fido friendly dot com to scout out places near and far, so you will be ready for your next adventure once it's safe to travel. That's phyto friendly dot com. Until then, stay safe and leave no dog behind. You're listening to animal radio in today's show originally aired 11 years ago on Christmas 2010. We all hope you love this holiday special. And best wishes from all of us, here at animal radio. This is an animal radio news update. For animal radio news, I'm Laurie Roberts. Did you buy your pet a gift for Christmas? 56% of women were likely to more likely than men at 49%. According to an AP poll. However, it was the kiddies who are more likely to get the cold treatment as 56% of dog owners said they'd buy a gift for the hound of the house, but only 48% of kitties were going to get a gift. In Australia, marriage is going to the dogs. Literally. In the city of toumba, Joseph guizot married his best friend. His 5 year old lab, honey, who he adopted 5 years ago. The couple decided on the location of Laurel bank park after seeing a wedding there during an afternoon walk. Mister guizhou said he looked at honey and stated that could be us. And she didn't say anything, so he took that as a yes. 30 friends and family witnessed the emotional ceremony which took place at dusk, where Joseph vows included you're my best friend and you make every part of my day better. Mister guizhou says he is a religious person and could no longer take the guilt of living with honey out of wedlock. He assures it's not a sexual thing. It's just pure love. The couple was planning a short honeymoon to one of the local parks. For animal radio news, I'm Laura Roberts for breaking animal news. Go to animal radio dot com. This has been an animal radio news update. Get more at animal radio dot com. One 8 6 6 four O 5 8 four O 5. Happy Christmas weekend. Keep that tinsel away from your animals if you will. It's very dangerous. Doctor Debbie is going to have to put out here early today to go take tinsel out of a cat. Emergencies this time of year. Don't let it pass. If you see them do it. Yeah. They can't go through their system. Let's head to the phones right now. We have Debbie on the phone. Hey, Debbie, how are you doing? Hi, I'm wonderful. How are you? Good. I understand you want to talk to animal communicator joy Turner. Yes. I certainly would thank you. She's right here. I love their Debbie. Hi, joy. How are you? Marvelous. And what can I do for you today? Well, I have a 15 year old used to be a feral cat. He's not very friendly. And he hates everything, but he's my good boy. And he stays in the house all day and goes out when we get home and then after dinner he goes out and he comes in at that time. But when Steve and I he did not come in, which is not an initial sometimes he's out on life, but then he comes in first thing the next morning. Well, I have not seen him since Wednesday night. I live in a very wooded area on developed area outside of Fort Myers, Florida. I have combed all things of Woods with my dog, looking for him. All over the neighborhood. And the only thing is we have, we do have wild animals out here. Okay. Coyotes, coyotes, and other predators. And some of these names, if you're kidding, excuse me, I'm sorry. His name is Ziggy. Okay, so give me a minute here. I'm going to see okay. Well, the first thing he tells me is that he wanted to go back to being wild, but he hadn't intended to stay out this long. Okay. So I want to take a minute and ask him where he is in relationship to his body. Okay. He tells me he's still in his body. So that's a good thing. Yes, you're out of it. So they will tell me if they're out of it. He is what from what he's showing me. He is just roaming around there. And there is some confusion. I don't know if maybe he suffered some kind of a something like maybe a stroke or something. Well, he was very upset that evening when the neighbor cats came over and was just acting like he wanted to live here and he was very upset. He was upset about that. Okay, so I would do a couple of things if I were you because he is still somewhere not too far from where you are. Okay. Although he won't tell me exactly where. I can tell him do I assume that your neighbor cats you would not allow to live there, you want him there? No. No, the neighbor cat went home, and we have not seen him since. I want to tell Ziggy that everyone should that neighbor cat back to where that cat had lived before and their face is open for him and you really would appreciate it if he would come back home again because this is his home. And the neighbor cat has his own home. That's correct, because he runs this house. Ziggy runs my house. And Vicky just gave me a big sigh. So I would keep telling him that type of thing and you would do that by thinking about him and when you talk to him really feel like you're connected to him and sent him a lot of love as much love as you can. And make as many pictures in your mind about this being his home. Okay. And just keep doing that very good. Welcome to voice of the animal. I am moving to a really wonderful place in my native state of California to do something I love. I have spent this week saying goodbye to beloved friends and places, with promises to stay in touch, easy to do with email and phones and letters. Even though I have a lovely and gracefield journey in front of me, the farewells are tinged with sadness and grief. Isn't it always that way when we leave for something new? Gratitude for time spent with remarkable people and melancholy and leaving them. Because I can stay in touch with my human friends, the more difficult farewell surround my animal friends. Specifically, the ones I have been privileged to share the last 9 years with in this beautiful forested ranch in the land of enchantment. 9 years in which I have come to cherish the daily and seasonal routines and habits of my wildlife companions. I know when the hummingbirds will return each spring, the week of April 12th. I always have their feet are ready for them a few days early. What will they think next year when I am not there to welcome them back with their sugared water? Will the next person to live here care for them? I know the western tanager is brilliant scarlet head and beautiful black striped yellow feathers. He arrives every year in May and loves to bathe in the bird bath. Will he have bathwater waiting for him next may? The bats have their own bat houses. They have a safe place to live, and last the people who end up here are afraid of death. They need to know that bats eat mosquitos and are our Friends. Will they care? I know when the bluebirds will nest in their box among the aspens, the babies will hurt in June and their cheaping will permeate the air with happiness. Memorial Day is the weekend the bears appear. This year, the biggest brown bear I have ever seen arrived right on time to eat from the bird beard. By chance I had happened to throw at some old strawberry cake. The nice thing about living in the country is that old fruit vegetables and yes cake can be shared with the animals. That gorgeous pair sat down and just ate every bit of that strawberry cake. Of course I got a picture. There are the dieter and Elk, bunny, porcupine skunk, raccoon, possum rats, mice, Gopher squirrel, fox coyote. Today I even saw a black footed ferret. There are the red tailed hawks the rough legged hawk out of the bald eagle and the cranes that migrate not to the east or west but directly over my house every spring and again in fall. Their cries and occasion to look heavenward in awe and admiration. And my bobcat, his name is shashank. At special and always unexpected times, one can never know when above cat will allow himself to be seen. He has grazed me with a glimpse of his presence. It is fleeting and rare. But during those glorious precious moments, I am blessed..

"buddy hackett" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

07:48 min | 1 year ago

"buddy hackett" Discussed on Animal Radio

"Holiday special. And best wishes from all of us, here at animal radio. This is an animal radio news update. For animal radio news, I'm Laurie Roberts. Did you buy your pet a gift for Christmas? 56% of women were likely to more likely than men at 49%. According to an AP poll. However, it was the kiddies who are more likely to get the cold treatment as 56% of dog owners said they'd buy a gift for the hound of the house, but only 48% of kitties were going to get a gift. In Australia, marriage is going to the dogs. Literally. In the city of toumba, Joseph guizot married his best friend. His 5 year old lab, honey, who he adopted 5 years ago. The couple decided on the location of Laurel bank park after seeing a wedding there during an afternoon walk. Mister guizhou said he looked at honey and stated that could be us. And she didn't say anything, so he took that as a yes. 30 friends and family witnessed the emotional ceremony which took place at dusk, where Joseph vows included you're my best friend and you make every part of my day better. Mister guizhou says he is a religious person and could no longer take the guilt of living with honey out of wedlock. He assures it's not a sexual thing. It's just pure love. The couple was planning a short honeymoon to one of the local parks. For animal radio news, I'm Laura Roberts for breaking animal news. Go to animal radio dot com. This has been an animal radio news update. Get more at animal radio dot com. One 8 6 6 four O 5 8 four O 5. Happy Christmas weekend. Keep that tinsel away from your animals if you will. It's very dangerous. Doctor Debbie is going to have to put out here early today to go take tinsel out of a cat. Emergencies this time of year. Don't let it pass. If you see them do it. Yeah. They can't go through their system. Let's head to the phones right now. We have Debbie on the phone. Hey, Debbie, how are you doing? Hi, I'm wonderful. How are you? Good. I understand you want to talk to animal communicator joy Turner. Yes. I certainly would thank you. She's right here. I love their Debbie. Hi, joy. How are you? Marvelous. And what can I do for you today? Well, I have a 15 year old used to be a feral cat. He's not very friendly. And he hates everything, but he's my good boy. And he stays in the house all day and goes out when we get home and then after dinner he goes out and he comes in at that time. But when Steve and I he did not come in, which is not an initial sometimes he's out on life, but then he comes in first thing the next morning. Well, I have not seen him since Wednesday night. I live in a very wooded area on developed area outside of Fort Myers, Florida. I have combed all things of Woods with my dog, looking for him. All over the neighborhood. And the only thing is we have, we do have wild animals out here. Okay. Coyotes, coyotes, and other predators. And some of these names, if you're kidding, excuse me, I'm sorry. His name is Ziggy. Okay, so give me a minute here. I'm going to see okay. Well, the first thing he tells me is that he wanted to go back to being wild, but he hadn't intended to stay out this long. Okay. So I want to take a minute and ask him where he is in relationship to his body. Okay. He tells me he's still in his body. So that's a good thing. Yes, you're out of it. So they will tell me if they're out of it. He is what from what he's showing me. He is just roaming around there. And there is some confusion. I don't know if maybe he suffered some kind of a something like maybe a stroke or something. Well, he was very upset that evening when the neighbor cats came over and was just acting like he wanted to live here and he was very upset. He was upset about that. Okay, so I would do a couple of things if I were you because he is still somewhere not too far from where you are. Okay. Although he won't tell me exactly where. I can tell him do I assume that your neighbor cats you would not allow to live there, you want him there? No. No, the neighbor cat went home, and we have not seen him since. I want to tell Ziggy that everyone should that neighbor cat back to where that cat had lived before and their face is open for him and you really would appreciate it if he would come back home again because this is his home. And the neighbor cat has his own home. That's correct, because he runs this house. Ziggy runs my house. And Vicky just gave me a big sigh. So I would keep telling him that type of thing and you would do that by thinking about him and when you talk to him really feel like you're connected to him and sent him a lot of love as much love as you can. And make as many pictures in your mind about this being his home. Okay. And just keep doing that very good. Welcome to voice of the animal. I am moving to a really wonderful place in my native state of California to do something I love. I have spent this week saying goodbye to beloved friends and places, with promises to stay in touch, easy to do with email and phones and letters. Even though I have a lovely and gracefield journey in front of me, the farewells are tinged with sadness and grief. Isn't it always that way when we leave for something new? Gratitude for time spent with remarkable people and melancholy and leaving them. Because I can stay in touch with my human friends, the more difficult farewell surround my animal friends. Specifically, the ones I have been privileged to share the last 9 years with in this beautiful forested ranch in the land of enchantment. 9 years in which I have come to cherish the daily and seasonal routines and habits of my wildlife companions. I know when the hummingbirds will return each spring, the week of April 12th. I always have their feet are ready for them a few days early. What will they think next year when I am not there to welcome them back with their sugared water? Will the next person to live here care for them? I know the western tanager is brilliant scarlet head and beautiful black striped yellow feathers. He arrives every year in May and loves to bathe in the bird bath. Will he have bathwater waiting for him next may? The bats have their own bat houses. They have a safe place to live, and last the people who end up here are afraid of death. They need to know that bats eat mosquitos and are our Friends. Will they care? I know when the bluebirds will nest in their box among the aspens, the babies will hurt in June and their cheaping will permeate the air with happiness. Memorial Day is the weekend the bears appear. This year, the biggest brown bear I have ever seen arrived right on time to eat from the bird beard. By chance I had happened to throw at some old strawberry cake. The nice thing about living in the country is that old fruit vegetables and yes cake can be shared with the animals. That gorgeous pair sat down and just ate every bit of that strawberry cake. Of course I got a picture..

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"buddy hackett" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

06:54 min | 1 year ago

"buddy hackett" Discussed on Animal Radio

"Animals are people to the Danish air force paid about $5000 to Santa Claus after his reindeer died of a heart attack when two fighter jets roared over his farm. A loving economic not the real Santa Claus, of course, said his reindeer Rudolph, not the real Rudolph just to help her, died after the screaming F-16 jets flew at low altitude. Nikonov wrote to the air force who compensated him for the loss of the reindeer in some vet expenses. Unlike the real Santa nikonov had only two reindeer and now has only one, so he'll use the money to replace Rudolph. Ombre savage for animal radio. Animals are people too animal radio. All of us hear it, fido friendly magazine can't wait to get on the road again with our favorite fido. We know that it's just not a vacation without our furry companions by our side. Start day dreaming now and visit fido friendly dot com to scout out places near and far, so you will be ready for your next adventure once it's safe to travel. That's phyto friendly dot com. Until then, stay safe and leave no dog behind. You're listening to animal radio in today's show originally aired 11 years ago on Christmas 2010. We all hope you love this holiday special. And best wishes from all of us, here at animal radio. This is an animal radio news update. For animal radio news, I'm Laurie Roberts. Did you buy your pet a gift for Christmas? 56% of women were likely to more likely than men at 49%. According to an AP poll. However, it was the kiddies who are more likely to get the cold treatment as 56% of dog owners said they'd buy a gift for the hound of the house, but only 48% of kitties were going to get a gift. In Australia, marriage is going to the dogs. Literally. In the city of toumba, Joseph guizot married his best friend. His 5 year old lab, honey, who he adopted 5 years ago. The couple decided on the location of Laurel bank park after seeing a wedding there during an afternoon walk. Mister guizhou said he looked at honey and stated that could be us. And she didn't say anything, so he took that as a yes. 30 friends and family witnessed the emotional ceremony which took place at dusk, where Joseph vows included you're my best friend and you make every part of my day better. Mister guizhou says he is a religious person and could no longer take the guilt of living with honey out of wedlock. He assures it's not a sexual thing. It's just pure love. The couple was planning a short honeymoon to one of the local parks. For animal radio news, I'm Laura Roberts for breaking animal news. Go to animal radio dot com. This has been an animal radio news update. Get more at animal radio dot com. One 8 6 6 four O 5 8 four O 5. Happy Christmas weekend. Keep that tinsel away from your animals if you will. It's very dangerous. Doctor Debbie is going to have to put out here early today to go take tinsel out of a cat. Emergencies this time of year. Don't let it pass. If you see them do it. Yeah. They can't go through their system. Let's head to the phones right now. We have Debbie on the phone. Hey, Debbie, how are you doing? Hi, I'm wonderful. How are you? Good. I understand you want to talk to animal communicator joy Turner. Yes. I certainly would thank you. She's right here. I love their Debbie. Hi, joy. How are you? Marvelous. And what can I do for you today? Well, I have a 15 year old used to be a feral cat. He's not very friendly. And he hates everything, but he's my good boy. And he stays in the house all day and goes out when we get home and then after dinner he goes out and he comes in at that time. But when Steve and I he did not come in, which is not an initial sometimes he's out on life, but then he comes in first thing the next morning. Well, I have not seen him since Wednesday night. I live in a very wooded area on developed area outside of Fort Myers, Florida. I have combed all things of Woods with my dog, looking for him. All over the neighborhood. And the only thing is we have, we do have wild animals out here. Okay. Coyotes, coyotes, and other predators. And some of these names, if you're kidding, excuse me, I'm sorry. His name is Ziggy. Okay, so give me a minute here. I'm going to see okay. Well, the first thing he tells me is that he wanted to go back to being wild, but he hadn't intended to stay out this long. Okay. So I want to take a minute and ask him where he is in relationship to his body. Okay. He tells me he's still in his body. So that's a good thing. Yes, you're out of it. So they will tell me if they're out of it. He is what from what he's showing me. He is just roaming around there. And there is some confusion. I don't know if maybe he suffered some kind of a something like maybe a stroke or something. Well, he was very upset that evening when the neighbor cats came over and was just acting like he wanted to live here and he was very upset. He was upset about that. Okay, so I would do a couple of things if I were you because he is still somewhere not too far from where you are. Okay. Although he won't tell me exactly where. I can tell him do I assume that your neighbor cats you would not allow to live there, you want him there? No. No, the neighbor cat went home, and we have not seen him since. I want to tell Ziggy that everyone should that neighbor cat back to where that cat had lived before and their face is open for him and you really would appreciate it if he would come back home again because this is his home. And the neighbor cat has his own home. That's correct, because he runs this house. Ziggy runs my house. And Vicky just gave me a big sigh. So I would keep telling him that type of thing and you would do that by thinking about him and when you talk to him really feel like you're connected to him and sent him a lot of love as much love as you can. And make as many pictures in your mind about this being his home. Okay. And.

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"buddy hackett" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"buddy hackett" Discussed on Animal Radio

"I'm hearing about all the crazy gifts. It seems like this year more than ever. People are spending more money on wild things for their pets for Christmas and Hanukkah. Isn't that strange? We want to hear from you. Give us a call right now and let us know what you're giving your pet. Hi, who's this? Erica? Hi, Erika. How you doing? Good. Where are you calling from? What did you get your pet? I got my pin a helmet, a jacket and some doggles. A helmet? A jacket and some goggles or doggles each other? But is it like a motorcycle jacket? Yes. A black platter jacket. Pleather, well good. Very good. That's very good. Does your does your dog write a motorcycle? I assume? Yes, with my husband. Okay, with your husband, I want to make sure that because the last thing you want to do is change your dog on the motorcycle by himself. Not a good idea. And then he's using the cell phone, not really paying attention to the road and all kinds of things can happen there. Well, congratulations. That's a great gift, a very thoughtful gift. Does he like the helmet and all that stuff? Yes, he does. Is it a big dog? Chihuahua. That must. Oh boy, I wish I could see a picture of your husband a big motorcycle guy? Yes, he is. Oh, how funny I could barely picture that there, driving the Harley down the road with the chihuahua and the doggles of the leather jacket. I love it. Well, Erica, thanks so much for calling. Hold on one second. 186-640-5845 tell.

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"buddy hackett" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

06:24 min | 1 year ago

"buddy hackett" Discussed on Animal Radio

"Do you feel well that's all we have for this hour? God that was a lot of fun. Happy holidays. If you want more, there's plenty more in animal radio dot com remember we're streaming online. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week just for you. This is. Animal radio. The old way of living with diabetes is a pain. You've got to remember to do your testing and always need to stick your fingers to test your blood sugar. The new way to live your life with diabetes is with a continuous glucose monitor, apply a discrete sensor on your body, and it continuously monitors your glucose levels, helping you spend more time in range and freeing you from painful finger sticks. If you are living with type one or type two diabetes and you administer insulin three or more times per day or use an insulin pump, you might be eligible for a CGM through your insurance benefits. U.S. med partners with over 500 private insurance companies and Medicare. We offer free shipping. 90 days supplies, and we Bill your insurance. Call us today for a free benefits check. 807 8 5 one 6 7 three 807 8 5 one 6 7 three 807 8 5 one 6 7 three that's 807 8 5 1673. I'm Hal Abrams co host of animal radio, and today we bring you a holiday special that originally aired Christmas weekend 2010. I hope you enjoy it. Celebrating our connection with our pets. This is animal radio. Here are your hosts. LA rooms and Judy Francis. And welcome one 8 6 6 four O 5 8 four O 5. We're live with you on Christmas Day. Yeah, I know all the other shows are recorded. Yeah, not us. We're here. We don't get paid enough. We need this overtime. Okay. We have a great show for you today. We have a lot of great Christmas like stories. Plus, we're also going to answer your question as doctor Debbie is available right here. She's walking in with a glass of coffee in her hand. I'm going to stress that. As well as a lot of the world famous Russian dog wizard and Joey villani. Hey, let us know what you got for Christmas. We want to know. I want to know what their pet got for Christmas. Yeah, what do you get a unique pet gifts this Christmas? Give us a call. Everyone is here. While I was working as a maid for the kuns, you know, dinkins, he's some kind of bestselling author. Anyway, I walked into mister kunz office and found trixie, his dog, typing away. I swear to God, you don't believe me? Dad teaches me to type. Hold pencil and mouth and type. At first is fun. Then is not fun. He says to me, writes trixie right right esay for website. Being a good daughter, I write, not fun, but I write. Expect to writing. You get no treat, stop writing. Get treat cargo biscuit. Good, good, good. So, okay, I write some more. Dad promises website visitor my essay into July. Must give up important ball chasing important napping, important sniffing to write. Work hard. Writing hard. So many words, stupid punctuation rules, paint semicolons, hate hate, hate. Chew up many pencils and frustration. The Finnish article will give to dad. Then I rip guts out of duck. Duck is not real is Buddha duck stuffed toy. I am gentle dark. Get out of her real touch, or even cat. But I'm hell on stuff toys. Four K tension. Rip rip rip feel pretty good. Cough up soggy water booted up stuffing. Feel even better. Dad gives editorial suggestions. Stupid suggestions stupid stupid key is not editor, is writer like me. I pretend to listen and actually thinking about bacon. Bacon is good. I am good too. People call me the dog. Good, very good. Bacon is very good. I am very good. But I am not bacon, why not? Mysterious. Then I think about cats. What is wrong with them? Who do they think they are? What do they want? Who invented them anyway? Not God for sure. Maybe Satan. Dogs are not born to write essays, maybe fiction, maybe poetry. Not essays. Maybe advertising copy. Here is my advertising copy. Bacon is very good. Buy bacon buy lots of bacon, give to me, thank you. Dad gives me editorial notes for study. 8 phages. IP on them. He gets message. Dad says, he'll get my essay to webmaster as his. Webmaster is nice person. She will know good writing what she sees. Dave's pass weeks chase far chase rabbits, chase butterfly chase frisbee, begin to notice sameness and leisure time activities. Bolt talk to a snake, full tug toy bone, pull tug toy rope, lift four Paul, look at her for a paw, click some more private place. Still, do not taste like bacon. Get belly rub from mop. Get belly rub from dad. Mom, dad, mom, dad. Get better up from Linda. Mom and dad's assistant. Red blink house by Charles Dickens. Study the brilliant characterizations and ponder the tragedy of human condition. New tennis ball chase chase chase suddenly in September. Webmaster asked where's trixie essay? Where? Dev lost. Dead got busy working on new book. Not busy and forgot trixie essay, lost it. My human ate my homework. Sort of. All my hard work. My struggle, those hateful semicolons for what? All for nothing. That's a loss. For nothing feel like character and bleak House. Worst, like character Joseph Conrad book. Feel like getting an attorney. Get agent instead, writing fiction, novel, maybe knock down a bestseller list, teach him lesson, writing novel called my bacon by trixie coots. Don't already have invitation from Larry King and David Letterman. Be on shows, dupe up listy, sell book, get Billy rough from day. Maybe get limo for media tour. Right around in limo, chasing cats. Life.

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"buddy hackett" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"buddy hackett" Discussed on Animal Radio

"Old way of living with diabetes as a pain. You've got to remember to do your testing and always need to stick your fingers to test your blood sugar. The new way to live your life with diabetes is with a continuous glucose monitor. Apply a discrete sensor on your body, and it continuously monitors your glucose levels, helping you spend more time in range and freeing you from painful finger sticks. If you are living with type one or type two diabetes and you administer insulin three or more times per day or use an insulin pump, you might be eligible for a CGM through your insurance benefits. U.S. med partners with over 500 private insurance companies and Medicare. We offer free shipping. 90 day supplies, and we Bill your insurance. Call us today for a free benefits check. 807 8 5 one 6 7 three 807 8 5 one 6 7 three 807 8 5 one 6 7 three. That's 807 8 5 1673. Hi, I'm Hal Abrams co host of animal radio and today's holiday special originally aired Christmas weekend 2010. Please sit back and enjoy these timeless stories and tales that make the holidays so great. You're listening to animal radio. You can learn more about today's guest at animal radio dot com. Log on, learn more. Hi, Mike. Hi, how are you? Very good. We have Mike arms from the Helen Woodward center in San Diego. Mike, I'm wondering if you could share with our listeners the story of how you got into dedicating your life towards the animals. Your New York experience. Well, sometimes I'm happy to share it sometimes. I'm not supposed to be back there that day, but I will share it today. I'm from Kentucky. And after I went to school for accounting, I went to New York that went to the employment agency. And they said, well, you're from Kentucky. You must like animals when I said well, what do you see a picture of a horse on a calendar and just assume this? They said, well, how would you like to work for the ASPCA? And I said, I had no idea what that is. They said, place it takes care of unwanted homeless banded animals. I said, you know, I don't see the fit and they said, you know, they need to more business approach. Well, okay, I can do this. But I found out very quickly, I couldn't do this. I had lost in my first 8 months that was 25 pounds. The ASPCA at that time was killed a 140,000 animals a year. I couldn't take it. I just thought this was a very, very sick world. We lived in and I needed to get out of this field altogether if I wanted to maintain life. So insurance company made me an offer and I went back and gave my notice that I was leaving and a guy upstairs had much different plans for my life and he was about to let me know about it. 6 days before I was leaving I was told by a car on David Snell in The Bronx. And I said, okay, get a driver out and get it. And they said, that's just it. There are no drivers available. So I did just what you would have done. No different. Oh, yes. So called my suit jacket, put on a uniform jacket. It took the Amazon myself. And when I got up there on David Sinai, and those little black and tan shepherd mix looked like little Benji type was laying in the street, but his back was curved so badly, almost Benjamin has the call that hit him hit him with such bores, snapped his back and left them as it died. And as I got out of the ambulance to pick this little guy up and he was just quivering there, you could just picture the sad little guy and just as I was about to reach down from these three fellows came out of this apartment building doorway and said, what do you think you're doing? And I says, obvious this little one is dying. Taking it to the hospital. I said, no, you're not taking it anywhere. I said, why is this your door? And the reply was no. We are betting on how long it's going to live. Well, you guys are really sick. I reached down, I scooped this little one up in my arms and I'm holding them cradle in my arms and I can feel this hot beaten so hot against my chest and I'm just looking into his eyes and he had me locked with his brown eyes and he just thought it's calm down. And when I turn to put him in the ambulance, that's when they beat me stabbed me and laid me in the street. That's when my whole life changed. This little one that should not have been able to move by any shape of the imagination found a way to crawl to my side. So I opened my eyes and gained consciousness. And when I was looking back and has beautiful eyes one more time and I realized what took place and as I'm laying there in that pool of blood, I just lay there and cried and played. Please don't do it. Don't take my life today. Give it back to me and I promise I will dedicate my life to that. Wow. That consists I made that promise my little friend close his eyes and crossed over rainbow bridge and someday we'll take our walk from that date now. I have kept my prompt and I'll do everything in my lifetime just to stop euthanasia to increase adoptions and to help my Friends. Mike arms run the Helen Woodward.

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"buddy hackett" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"buddy hackett" Discussed on Animal Radio

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"buddy hackett" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"buddy hackett" Discussed on Animal Radio

"Sorry Joey that she got coal in your stocking this year and that was not me that gave it to you. I'll tell you that right now. You know what? I'd rather get a call and I'll tell you why. Why? Because I know that whatever my wife is going to spend on Christmas gifts, it's all going to come out of my bank account. So Cole was about not being expensive. His about the cheapest thing out there. So when I get cold, it's actually a good thing I'm a happy boy when I get cold for Christmas. It depends on what she got for everybody else with your credit card. That's the big problem there. Listen, you know, forget about it. That's gonna be anyway, so I take that on the chin. This is animal radio. The old way of living with diabetes is a pain. You've got to remember to do your testing, and always need to stick your fingers to test your blood sugar. The new way to live your life with diabetes is with a continuous glucose monitor, apply a discrete sensor on your body, and it continuously monitors your glucose levels, helping you spend more time in range and freeing you from painful finger sticks. If you are living with type one or type two diabetes and you administer insulin three or more times per day or use an insulin pump, you might be eligible for a CGM through your insurance benefits. U.S. med partners with over 500 private insurance companies and Medicare. We offer free shipping, 90 day supplies, and we Bill your insurance. Call us today for a free benefits check. 807 8 5 one 6 7 three 807 8 5 one 6 7 three 807 8 5 one 6 7 three that's 807 8 5 1673. The following program is a repeat of an earlier broadcast. I took last week off. I flew to Denver to visit family. More and more, you're seeing animals on the airplane. There was two dogs and one cat. And that's definitely the most I'd ever seen. They were very good. I heard one bark, but there was one problem that I just want to give people heads up. I thought these FAA regulated carriers would mean that they'd allowed me to carry a pet on. Apparently this one person that brought their dog on, it didn't fit within the carry on size. So just because it says FAA approved, doesn't mean you can bring it on board. And they actually had to check their pet. Down below. I hate that. Well, and you know all about the recent story of the little terrier that got a little rambunctious, sedatives wore off in the airplane. So they took them out to try to calm him and he proceeded to bite two different individuals and run them up on the airplane and cause the airplane to have to take an emergency landing. Oh no. So, I have a huge problem with this because I'm all about well behaved pets, but more importantly, for me, this is all about picking the right pet to travel 'cause I don't think every pet should get on an airplane nor is it the right thing to do for the people around you. Really you have to select if your pet is a good traveler and is appropriate to get on an airplane and I hate tranquilizing. I refuse to tranquilize pets when they travel by air because there's so many unknowns. So for me, this was a big tusk to those other pet lovers that do things right and recognize if their pets should not fly. Well, how do you know? Because getting in a car and getting on a plane are two different things. Your animal might be great in a car, but how do you know how it's going to react in a plane? You know, it's similar though. So if your pet gets aimed, amped up in the car, especially if you can't put them securely in a pet carrier, then we're going to potentially have a problem. So you need to be able to comfortably restrain your pet in a pet carrier and have them be okay with that. If they are not okay, then I am not going to try to tranquilize the pet. I'm not going to try to torture that animal. It's just not going to be a vacation that that dog needs to go to. What could go wrong if you sedate them? Well, it high altitudes. They're excited. We don't know exactly how the tranquilizers could affect the cardiovascular system. So if there's an underlying heart problem or a breathing problem, it could cause them to have a fatal episode, and especially these little lugs with the Swiss and faces, they've already got problems in traveling because when they get excited, they have trouble panting. So the last thing we want to do is sedate these pets. So physiology is different when you're in the air just like you get dehydrated when you fly. Yeah, and in the cabin, I think a lot of people feel more comfortable because they can see their pet, but clearly in this situation, you know, that dog was still just jazzed up and anxious and tranquil is still did not do enough. So I think it's really our pet parent responsibility to recognize, you know what? Fluffy's not going to dig this. You know, let's leave her behind to have a pet soder take care of her rather than torture all those people and change their flight plans, which I'm sure though they were not thrilled about. And what about their ears? The airplane it affects my ears, but as the dogs, ears, a different makeup where it doesn't feel that pressure, do they feel it just like we do? You know, we would suspect that they feel at the same way we do. It's one reason I will not fly a pet if they have an ear infection because I flew ones with an ear infection, especially in an unpressurized cabinet and it was horrible. I thought I was dying. So yeah, we want pets to be in good health to be in sound physical condition and mental condition for travel and we want to be really hip and comfortable with the idea of being confined in a carrier and not being mommy's laugh because that can't always happen on airplane and usually get in trouble for that. Good advice. Doctor debby's answering your questions have along with drew or Joey villani, vladi the world famous Russian dog wizard and animal communicator joy, Turner. I'm supposed to say, oh, good. Hey, listen, if you miss any part of today's show head on over to animal radio dot com. We have podcasts of every show. I thought we burned the tapes after the show. I thought we had to do that so but apparently they may come into these podcast thingies and you can listen to every show way back over at animal radio dot com. I'm waiting. I'm waiting hello in there. Wow. Oh no. I can't believe it. He blew it again. I know. I know. I'll go talk to him. How hard is it for a horse to nay? That's what horses do. Isn't that what we hired him for? He's just a little nervous. I mean, he's been chomping at the bit all day, and he's coming on glued. Well, he's going to become glue if he doesn't stay in the right place this time. I just need one day at the end of this song. No sneezes or wheezes or other horse noises. Oh, I don't know. What part of nay doesn't he understand? I just can't work this one. While he was fine and rehearsal, I know he can do it. Just give him one more chance. Okay, but no more horsing around in there. Hello, Nelly. This horse. That was really good, but we're gonna try it. One more time. You're doing just great. Completely horrible. Remember, it's one day at the end of the song. Just relax. No mister just made the very end of the song. All right, sewing is wild oats. Are you ready? Oh, my side. This horse. Places people. All right. They ride, take 44. Nothing to do with the collapse. 5, 6, 5, 6, 5, 6, 7, 8, just.

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"buddy hackett" Discussed on Talking Sopranos

Talking Sopranos

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"buddy hackett" Discussed on Talking Sopranos

"I don't think he just yeah. I would think you gave me. She told me wanna come. Backstage on sale enjoyed my show. What do you don't like it. Okay right. I heard stories that what he hackett would come to the door naked. I my i think my mother and father saw him the westchester premier theatre which was in tarrytown that was for sinatra that photo with colombian beano that There was an opening comedian. For buddy hackett was a headline. They want to stay. Loved buddy hackett so whoever was going to open before the opening act buddy hackett ran on stage completely nude with ski goggles on. Yeah and that was it. And then the opening act came out and then buddy came on and then he would also if you knock on the door he would come to the door negative. I knew buddy hackett. He was very nice to me His son sandy was a comic he. I've met sandy. I like buddy. I put No i did not see why they make it. You see you start like ruma. You're hoping like your open like some news. Outlet says sharp hangs out with rodney dangerfield making both of them naked. That's your steve. Steve used to get naked. In in the rodney stressing. No but you saw him partially naked. Partial nudity is is bowl naked. That's usually the part that that's usually the definition of naked or not. What's covered those parts. Covered is not well. I guess i saw one of the to me. The funniest stand the cock of all time to me eliakim like watching. Some of his old stuff been arson show. Many great ones. Don't forget.

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"buddy hackett" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"buddy hackett" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"You're listening to the atom. And dr drew show get it on got to get on a mandate. Get it on doctors. Bad it's going on their escape. Got a bunch of stiff. I'm let me just give my love line on my love boat thing the way real quick food. Repeat this week so now. Let's talk about Right but one thing that jumped out for me. Because i i've taken to the habit of doing a little deep dive on some of the actors and actresses and stuff Buddy hackett in your of childhood and young adolescence was he the he figured large in any way he was one of the guys who was sort of always there and he was sort of like. I guess it'd be like a fast food restaurant that you know you'd always kinda heard of and you seen and been around but she didn't really eat there. Yeah there all the time all the time. And so i looked at his stuff hindu much. He did like three films of one of them. Was the music man. There was herbie the love bug in other words. You'd really just didn't really do anything nightclub back. Kind of thing was around a lot with that. He was on the tonight. Show a lot and that's probably where we got that sense. I think he did. I dunno gary did buddy. Hackett do Mad mad he took it. So i mean those are those. Are you know three films..

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"buddy hackett" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"buddy hackett" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Hmm. Good morning, Michael. How are you? How are you doing? I'm good boy. Heard Doug Fester. Talk about my one of my favorite shows. Johnny Crawford, Mark McCain rifleman. That's right. Yeah, it's kind of funny when you watch it upside to see Buddy Hackett in the Western Doesn't really go together, too. Okay now. Well, it was interesting. The people on that show Had so many multiple talents. Chuck Connors was like, Wouldn't you like an all American basketball player? Is something Boston Celtics? Yeah, yeah, And in a great actor, obviously. And Johnny Crawford was obviously also a singer or a musician, or they made him one anyway. I just thought it was funny when he talked about him being it has been at the age of nine. You start retirement Only Mouseketeers. Yeah. So what? We got some work, Let's talk tough covert and flew. This article came out yesterday. In the scientific American and I had this question before, and I couldn't miss finally answered, But the flu was very, very Only undetectable. This year's We only have 600. 600 flu deaths in this 2020 2020 21 season? Yes, and we had 2018 19. There is 34,000 deaths and last year In 2000, but the is you know, they talk about the mutation of the covert virus between the more people since it. In fact, the more mutations there are right. With the flu since and always ask this question with sensors, so puke flu cases. And the related death. Did it really mutate at all? And I went to the World Health Organization website and they gave the recommendation further. 2021 2022 Northern hemisphere. Influenza season for the shot the recommend about the vaccines and they're exactly the same as the As the year before. So I guess the point about that is Personally, I'm not gonna get another flu shot. No and three interesting thing. Jerry. Jeff is the names they give these vaccines. The Victoria that Cambodia the Washington flew the food cat flu. Guang Dong Maman Clue. You know your language. It's okay to be calling the flu viruses after Locations, But we can't call. We can call this the Wuhan virus. No, I don't give it. Hang out. Why do you call it? Whatever I want, Lugo with fluid really didn't mutate so Gets good news. You know what All viruses mutate, Though all viruses have variants, the fact that we're treating this virus so differently. And that it behaves so differently from other viruses is just a crock. It's not true. It's a cold virus. Yes, and you know, I've always heard when you when you have a cold that You can't touch the flu when you have a cold. You can't catch the flu. You can't catch a cold when you have the flu for some reason they used Don't you can't get one with me while you have the other one. Can't catch anything. I'm not fast enough Little ingenuity story this today. All right. Thanks for the weekend. You to appreciate the visit from science, Mike, as always. Mike, another Mike is on the line to talk about. The visit by The communist pantsuit. Who sits behind Joe Biden in just a moment on 700 wlw like.

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