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"burt ward" Discussed on Evangelism on SermonAudio
"Morning. Ashley wasn't kidding. I am glad to be back. I really, really love this church. It's evident every time we go away, and I absolutely love preaching and teaching the Word of God. I get a little jealous when I'm away, to be honest with you, when I see someone else standing behind my pulpit. Just truthfully, I'm jealous over this. I love doing this. It's the greatest privilege in the world. Well, if you're just visiting us, we go through books of the Bible, and we're going through one of the, as if they can be ranked, right? But John has done some incredible work down through history. This book has been used to convert souls, the most unlikely of souls. And so whenever we have taken a little bit of a break, I've been gone for two weeks, and so some of you may have no idea. Some of you can't remember what you did last night, let alone two weeks ago, right? So whenever I'm away for a little while, I like to do a two-minute review of the purpose of the book so that you know why this book was written. In case some of you are here and are not familiar with the Bible and how it works, it's a library. As a matter of fact, biblio means library, and so there are 66 of these books, and each one of them has a different purpose. And the Gospel of John has its own unique, distinct purpose, and here's the job of every interpreter. Every interpreter's job is not to find clever ways to make it mean something that's relevant for their culture. That's not the job of an interpreter. The job of an interpreter is simple. Get in the head of the original author to the original audience. I have to try to find out what John meant. Who cares what we think it means, right? Give me an amen. We want to know what John says it means, and we want to know what John says it means to the first readers. We're not the first readers. This was written to a unique people group a long time ago in the Middle East. And so let's start up again by reframing our mind according to what the author says he wrote this for. At the very, very end of the book, it's 21 chapters long, and at the very, very end of the book, he tells us flat out why he wrote the book. Here's what he says. He says, Jesus performed many other signs, miraculous signs that is, in the presence of his disciples which are not written in this book. In other words, you're going to have to go somewhere else for those. These, the contents of this book, these have been written so that, here comes the author's purpose statement, so that you may, say the word, be. So that's purpose number one, that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God. And there's a second purpose, that believing you may have life in his name. This, what you're reading, is a true, historical, eye-witness account of the life and ministry of a man who lived in the Middle East, who rose from the dead. That means, if someone raises from the dead and defeats something that you can't defeat, you should probably listen to what he has to say, don't you think? John says, I'm recording every word that man who rose from the dead had to say, so that you can, two things. One, believe, and two, live. Here's the point of the book. The point of the book is to help people believe an eye-witness account to the life of a man who died, and then three days later, got up and walked around. But it's not just so that you can say, okay, I believe. No more John. No. It's so that as you experience seasons of doubt in your life, you come back to John and say, oh yeah, this is why I should keep on believing. And when I'm struggling to believe, John will help to reaffirm your feet on solid ground, so that you go through your whole life saying, I believe. Tomorrow, I'm going to believe again. The next day, I'm going to believe again. John is for the person sitting here who's not a believer. And they know they're not a believer, and someone drug you here. You're here on purpose, and John is written for you. But John is also for the person who's been a believer for the last 66 years. And you know John, but maybe you're in a season of doubt. Maybe you're struggling because you just lost your spouse. John is a book for you. So, before we go any further and dive back into John, we are in, I started in April. That's about five months ago. We're in the fourth chapter of 21 chapters, and we're about halfway through the fourth chapter. And so, I'm sure that all of you remember exactly where we left off, but just in case there's one person who can't remember, let's repurpose our hearts. Let's go before God, every individual. I'm not going to do this for you. You're here as a worship service. That means there's a part for you. You're going to go before God right now, and you're going to say, Lord, I'm here to hear from you. And you spoke through John, and so speak to me through your servant John. Let's do it together. Father, I'm just a tool to act on behalf of the people who are here to meet with their God. As Craig said, you are a living God. No one else can claim that, but we can because Christ is alive. And so, we put our faith in you. I pray that you would help every person here to commit their heart and mind to not just listening to the word of God, but doing what it says. Lord, speak to us, for we are listening. In Jesus' name, I pray. Amen. Fourth chapter of John, it reads like a movie script. I read it again. It's like the 20th time that I've read it just this month. And this week as I was preparing, I read it, and I'm like, some chapters read like a movie script, and some are not like that. Fourth chapter of John, it literally is set up for a producer and director to just go and put this on film. And I couldn't help but this week as I was reading it, my mind went back to a show that I watched when I was growing up. It was the original Batman show with Burt Ward and Adam West from the 70s. How many of you know what show I'm talking about? Just curious. I had a feeling. I grew up on that show. My mom would put it on for me when I'd come home from school. And there was this thing that they did in the show where whenever they would transition to another part, the narrator would come on and say, meanwhile, back in Gotham City, or meanwhile in the Batcave, and then you'd see the transition. The screen would roll, and you'd hear the doodle-a-doodle-a-doo, remember? It's showing you what's happening at a different part at the same time. John 4 is written like that because the text we're going to start with opens up in a meanwhile in another part of town, and my mind just went back to the old Batman as I was raised on. Here's what you're going to learn. If you've been here for a while, then you know that we're in one of the most beautiful dialogues that really I've ever taken in history. It's between Jesus and a promiscuous Samaritan woman, and he is tender with her. Isn't he tender with her? We're going to get back to that dialogue next week, but the writer, the narrator of the story, interjects. He pauses the story, and he wants you to stop thinking about the woman and Jesus for just a moment because there's an absolutely important lesson that Jesus wants to teach his disciples, and it is a major, major pause. And so this morning, I invite you to turn in your Bibles to John 4. We're going to start in verse 31, and we're going to go down through 38. Not very much, but it's a meanwhile, so you can see the screen roll in your head, and here's what it says. John 4, 31 through 38.
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"Morning. Ashley wasn't kidding. I am glad to be back. I really, really love this church. It's evident every time we go away, and I absolutely love preaching and teaching the Word of God. I get a little jealous when I'm away, to be honest with you, when I see someone else standing behind my pulpit. Just truthfully, I'm jealous over this. I love doing this. It's the greatest privilege in the world. Well, if you're just visiting us, we go through books of the Bible, and we're going through one of the, as if they can be ranked, right? But John has done some incredible work down through history. This book has been used to convert souls, the most unlikely of souls. And so whenever we have taken a little bit of a break, I've been gone for two weeks, and so some of you may have no idea. Some of you can't remember what you did last night, let alone two weeks ago, right? So whenever I'm away for a little while, I like to do a two -minute review of the purpose of the book so that you know why this book was written. In case some of you are here and are not familiar with the Bible and how it works, it's a library. As a matter of fact, biblio means library, and so there are 66 of these books, and each one of them has a different purpose. And the Gospel of John has its own unique, distinct purpose, and here's the job of every interpreter. Every interpreter's job is not to find clever ways to make it mean something that's relevant for their culture. That's not the job of an interpreter. The job of an interpreter is simple. Get in the head of the original author to the original audience. I have to try to find out what John meant. Who cares what we think it means, right? Give me an amen. We want to know what John says it means, and we want to know what John says it means to the first readers. We're not the first readers. This was written to a unique people group a long time ago in the Middle East. And so let's start up again by reframing our mind according to what the author says he wrote this for. At the very, very end of the book, it's 21 chapters long, and at the very, very end of the book, he tells us flat out why he wrote the book. Here's what he says. He says, Jesus performed many other signs, miraculous signs that is, in the presence of his disciples which are not written in this book. In other words, you're going to have to go somewhere else for those. These, the contents of this book, these have been written so that, here comes the author's purpose statement, so that you may, say the word, be. So that's purpose number one, that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God. And there's a second purpose, that believing you may have life in his name. This, what you're reading, is a true, historical, eye -witness account of the life and ministry of a man who lived in the Middle East, who rose from the dead. That means, if someone raises from the dead and defeats something that you can't defeat, you should probably listen to what he has to say, don't you think? John says, I'm recording every word that man who rose from the dead had to say, so that you can, two things. One, believe, and two, live. Here's the point of the book. The point of the book is to help people believe an eye -witness account to the life of a man who died, and then three days later, got up and walked around. But it's not just so that you can say, okay, I believe. No more John. No. It's so that as you experience seasons of doubt in your life, you come back to John and say, oh yeah, this is why I should keep on believing. And when I'm struggling to believe, John will help to reaffirm your feet on solid ground, so that you go through your whole life saying, I believe. Tomorrow, I'm going to believe again. The next day, I'm going to believe again. John is for the person sitting here who's not a believer. And they know they're not a believer, and someone drug you here. You're here on purpose, and John is written for you. But John is also for the person who's been a believer for the last 66 years. And you know John, but maybe you're in a season of doubt. Maybe you're struggling because you just lost your spouse. John is a book for you. So, before we go any further and dive back into John, we are in, I started in April. That's about five months ago. We're in the fourth chapter of 21 chapters, and we're about halfway through the fourth chapter. And so, I'm sure that all of you remember exactly where we left off, but just in case there's one person who can't remember, let's repurpose our hearts. Let's go before God, every individual. I'm not going to do this for you. You're here as a worship service. That means there's a part for you. You're going to go before God right now, and you're going to say, Lord, I'm here to hear from you. And you spoke through John, and so speak to me through your servant John. Let's do it together. Father, I'm just a tool to act on behalf of the people who are here to meet with their God. As Craig said, you are a living God. No one else can claim that, but we can because Christ is alive. And so, we put our faith in you. I pray that you would help every person here to commit their heart and mind to not just listening to the word of God, but doing what it says. Lord, speak to us, for we are listening. In Jesus' name, I pray. Amen. Fourth chapter of John, it reads like a movie script. I read it again. It's like the 20th time that I've read it just this month. And this week as I was preparing, I read it, and I'm like, some chapters read like a movie script, and some are not like that. Fourth chapter of John, it literally is set up for a producer and director to just go and put this on film. And I couldn't help but this week as I was reading it, my mind went back to a show that I watched when I was growing up. It was the original Batman show with Burt Ward and Adam West from the 70s. How many of you know what show I'm talking about? Just curious. I had a feeling. I grew up on that show. My mom would put it on for me when I'd come home from school. And there was this thing that they did in the show where whenever they would transition to another part, the narrator would come on and say, meanwhile, back in Gotham City, or meanwhile in the Batcave, and then you'd see the transition. The screen would roll, and you'd hear the doodle -a -doodle -a -doo, remember? It's showing you what's happening at a different part at the same time. John 4 is written like that because the text we're going to start with opens up in a meanwhile in another part of town, and my mind just went back to the old Batman as I was raised on. Here's what you're going to learn. If you've been here for a while, then you know that we're in one of the most beautiful dialogues that really I've ever taken in history. It's between Jesus and a promiscuous Samaritan woman, and he is tender with her. Isn't he tender with her? We're going to get back to that dialogue next week, but the writer, the narrator of the story, interjects. He pauses the story, and he wants you to stop thinking about the woman and Jesus for just a moment because there's an absolutely important lesson that Jesus wants to teach his disciples, and it is a major, major pause. And so this morning, I invite you to turn in your Bibles to John 4. We're going to start in verse 31, and we're going to go down through 38. Not very much, but it's a meanwhile, so you can see the screen roll in your head, and here's what it says. John 4, 31 through 38.
"burt ward" Discussed on WTOP
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"burt ward" Discussed on Animal Radio
"burt ward" Discussed on Animal Radio
"It is animal radio celebrating the connection with our bats. Our bats. Today we're doing that. We have Batman's sidekick Robin Burt Ward is joining us right now. Hi, how are you doing, Bert? Hello, citizen. It is great to hear from you. I understand that you are now involved with saving animals and dogs in particular and giant dogs. Well, actually, for the last 25 years, my wife and I have operated gentle giants rescue and adoptions the world's largest giant free dog rescue. And in the last 25 years, we've rescued more than 15,500 dogs. Everyone which would have been put to sleep if we hadn't been there to take it out of a shelter or to take it over from an owner that had to give it up. In the course of doing that, we have discovered some fantastic things. We have dogs now living, and I'm sure since you get there, she would be very happy to hear. We have dogs living up to 27 years healthy and active including giant breeds. I thought giant breeds generally don't live a very long life. They live shorter lives now. They don't. I'll give you some actual numbers. Irish wolfhounds and masks 5 to 7 years, great game 7 to 9 years. Russian wolfhound 7 to 9 years and other breeds, they can live a little longer. But in fact, the average dog in America I understand actually only lives about 9 or ten years on average. What made you decide to bring in big breeds? Because when we moved here from Los Angeles, we're about an hour east of Los Angeles halfway between LA and Palm Springs. My wife and I, 25 years ago, move with our young daughter and we decided to get her a dog. I mean, my whole life, I've had dogs, and I've trained dogs. In fact, I handle dogs, including military and police dogs and stuff. I mean, my wife and our expert handlers. But we wanted to get a dog for our daughter. And we wanted to get a great game. We found it was very hard to find them because there weren't any. And we did some more research and found out that the rescue that had been there before for great games, the lady had actually died. And people that were giving up their great Danes, if they couldn't find a home, they go to a shelter. And in animal shelters, dogs are barking in cages all day long. And who's going to take out a big gray game that's barking in a cage. So they were all being put to death. And with my wife and I were so upset because great gains are very gentle dogs. They call them gentle giants. Hence our name. And so I said to my wife, the first week in August of 1994, I said Tracy, we can't let these dogs die. How about just for a couple of weeks? Just so we find somebody else to take this over to the rescue the great. Well, by the end of August, we had more than a hundred years. And it's been 20 5 years. I'm a patient guy, but nobody has come to take this over. That's okay. I think you're doing it the right way anyway. Anyway, what happened was and how we got these dogs to live so much longer and I'm sure your vest is going to be very interesting because I'm going to be saying things she or she might not be aware of. But we couldn't stand it when we would lose one of our dogs. And in the beginning, the Danes living 7 to 9 years, when we would lose one, my wife and I would absolutely sob. I mean, it just affects us so much. We couldn't stand it. So we vowed that if we could find a way to help them live longer, we would. Initially, we developed a feeding and care program. We feed and care for dogs differently than other people do. And we have a whole time in the last 25 years, more than 50 in our House. At all times. 24/7, more than 50, all different sizes mainly the giant breeds. Everybody gets along harmoniously. In fact, if you listen, you don't hear anything because all of our dogs are trained not to bark, unless they sense danger because barking is the beginning of aggressive behavior. Anyway, what happened was we first developed the student care program and we got to a point where we were really excited. We had our dogs on average living about three years longer. So our great gains instead of only living 7 to 9 years were actually ten to 12 years, okay? And at that point, we said, is there anything else we could do? So because we had the money to do it, we decided to make our own food. And our expectations were very small. We thought, hey, what if we make the finest food in the world maybe we could pull out another year? You know what I mean? Maybe a year and a half to each dog's life. And so one thing and another, we've got right now 30 of our 50 dogs that have already lived more than twice their normal lifespan. That's very, very impressive. Now, are any of these your personal dogs? Well, everyone is rescued. So until they get a home, we call them our personal dog. So do they sleep in bed with you, I guess, is the question. I have it all times. You have to minimum. I would say of 25 of the 50 in bed with us. Many more. You go to our website. There's a video right at the top of the website, a wonderful video. It's in slow motion because there's so many dogs. And with us in bed with many of the 50, okay? And these are giant dogs. We have dogs that weigh up to 300 pounds. We have great gains that stand on their hind legs, 7 foot 5. While Bert, we got to take a quick break. We are with Burt Ward, the original Robin from Batman, and we'll be right back, stick around. Admit it. You love your dog, and he is part of the family. So when choosing your next vacation, don't forget fido, with just a little planning the entire family can enjoy a road trip. To find the best vacation spot, four spot, subscribe to fido friendly. The travel and lifestyle magazine for you and your dog, where each issue includes hotel and destination reviews where both you and fido are welcome. Go online to phyto friendly dot com. And find out what all the barking is about. Live at the red barn studios, you're listening to animal radio. Here's how and Judy. We are with Burt Ward, Batman's original Robin, and Burt loves himself some great Danes and big dogs, gentle giants as he calls them. Did you have any pets as a kid? Did you have any animals? Oh, yes. My whole life and on Batman because of security issues. I had two dobermans. Oh, really? Oh yeah, I had to. I had security issues. So I learned how to handle protection dogs. And the thing that I was going to say is that what we're doing is our charity. My wife and I take no money from our rescue. We don't take a dime. You know, the biggest thing I have to say is 50 dogs and big dogs that you have to have a lot of scooping going on there to take the full time job. Do you have a back home? Well, we feed 600 pounds a day of general giants that 16 of our 33 pounds a day that's a 112 bags a week. It is too much for us to lift and carry. So we have people that help. But you might find it interesting that my wife, who I like her name is Tracy, I like to describe Bruce the Mother Teresa of dogs. She personally handles all 50 of those dogs by her. Wow. Wow, yeah,
"burt ward" Discussed on Animal Radio
"Live at the red barn studios, you're listening to animal radio. Here's how and Judy. Okay, we're just getting used to things here. This may not make a difference to you, but to us, we are in brand new studios, the red barn studios here today. Great decor. After 19 years of doing animal radio, it's about time we get some new studios. We are moments away from Burt Ward and we're also moments away from a quick check in the news with miss Laurie Brooks in our animal radio newsroom. Coming up. The opioid crisis not just affecting people. And we'll discuss addiction with animals. Is that possible? Oh, I never thought of that. I bet they can get addicted. Okay, that's on their way in just a few minutes. Let's go to your calls right now. And we're going for a call for doctor Debbie. We have Jim. Hey, Jim. How are you doing? Good. I've got two small dogs. And they've got, I don't know which one is the most or they both if one just ate the whole thing or the other one did not get any. What did they get into? Pork rinds. Oh, was this a full bag of pork rinds? I would be probably about a half a bag. Okay, all right. Well, is anybody showing any symptoms as so far? Not so far, but I have no longer what the dogs right now. I had to hit the road and so my wife is watching them, but we did have one years ago that we gave them pork chop fat. And she died from it. I don't understand. We got to back up here because I'm completely confused. Pork rinds are not good for dogs. Okay, pork rinds are really high and fat. It's basically the deep fried fat from pork. And it's going to have a lot of salt in it. So it's kind of cured. So because of those two things, the high fat and the high salt content, it definitely can be problematic. Now, depending on who got it and how much was ingested by each particular dog, this may be something as simple as some stomach upset with diarrhea or vomiting. I do tend to see in dogs to get into this kind of thing. You will even see a greasy nature to the stools when they're passing their stools. So that would definitely be, I'd say, on the lower end of the concern level. On the higher end of the concern level is something pancreatitis, which I might be suspicious might have been what was going on with your other baby. Because we know that in dogs, when they eat a high fat meal, like get into the garbage, they get into the leftover things, good and goodies and overdo it. It can trigger a problem with the pancreas, where too many of the digestive enzymes are released, it causes abdominal pain, vomiting, can be very serious. It can be life threatening. So that would be on the higher end of my concerned spectrum. And I think with that, that would really, for your situation, Jim, I would honestly say we'd have to watch and see how we're doing if we saw any symptoms of anyone not eating, having vomiting or just abdominal pain when you kind of touch their belly and kind of just gently squeeze if they groan or kind of cry out. That would be a pet I'd get to the veterinarian right away. But because we don't know who got what and how much it may just be a matter of watching and waiting there. Yeah, should we maybe wean them off of food for a little while and how recently did this happen? Just yesterday. Just yesterday. Well, normally if I have a dog that gets into something that they shouldn't. One thing you can do is for some dogs, we will actually give a little bit of food along the time just to give them something else with some bulk. If it's already been sent yesterday, I would probably just hold them off and a fast for at least 12 hours. Just to see what happens. And if you get past the point of 24 hours without incidents, you're going to be hopefully okay. Maybe still having some diarrhea at that point. But that'll be kind of the point of going, and hopefully we'll be past that and another 12 hours. Yeah, okay. We lost, she did have pancreas. Something wrong with her pain free is passed. So we're concerned about it. Yeah, definitely. So if we would have caught these guys and I'd be talking to you right after this happened, I'd probably be talking about some foods or some things we can do, but at this point, I think you're in the watch and wait mode there. Okay, so far, there's not really showing any symptoms. Good, good. All right, thank you. Thanks for your call, Jim fingers crossed there. One 8 6 6 four O 5 8 four O 5 to connect with our Dream Team. What kind of foods would you give in this dog after? If it was just right after. There are certain foods that counteract pork rinds. I'm mostly I would just be giving something with some carbohydrates, so whether that be just a dry kibble for sometimes I'll actually give bread believe it or not, just if it's something I want to absorb, something that's really greasy. But yeah, usually just a good solid dog meal would be something I'd give them. So pork rinds can't be good for humans, can they? You know, I don't know. I think anything in moderation, I just, you know, you got to watch. There's a lot of salt in these suckers. If you've ever, I can't say I've eaten a full bag, because I usually get greased a mouth after a while. But they really do make you thirsty. So that would be the other thing for Jim to be ready for. Lots of drink and lots of pee in there. Good to know. Okay. You're listening to animal radio, call the Dream Team now with the free animal radio app for iPhone and Android.
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"Ask permission and then be mellow about it. And now an animal radio news brief. A British woman recently located her missing diamond earring, but she's going to have to wait almost a decade before she's able to wear it again. Claire Lennon told the telegraph that her pet chicken Sarah snatched the $450 piece of jewelry while she was perched on her shoulder. Everybody carries around a pet chicken, don't they? Veterinarians determine the earring was trapped in the chicken stomach and while they said they could remove it with risky surgery, Lennon quickly ruled that out because she says her 6 year old daughter would be devastated if Sarah died. So instead they didn't intend to wait until Sarah grows old and passes away from natural causes which Lenin estimates could happen in about 8 years. I guess it doesn't come out in the poop like dogs or something. You know, you go through the dogs if they eat something. Well, at least I do. My dogs eat something that I need. I look in the backyard and see if it's there. This has been an animal radio news briefs, get more at animal radio. You know, here at animal radio the studio cats have been using the armor cat cat trees for two decades. And you know, cats need to scratch claw and climb and unlike any other tree, armor cat furniture is strong, durable, and really reliable. Armor cats best in class cat trees and beds all come with 6 month warranties. Go to armor cat dot com. That's ARM AR Kat dot com and give your cat the tree they deserve. And get 15% off using the code animal radio. Hi, this is Justin Tyler Ferguson from Modern Family. I'm on Hannibal radio,
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"No, you mentioned you have more than one dog and they both have the same problem. Yes. Oh, okay. Well, that's a little problematic for me because in general, when we talk about your problems in dogs, there's not a lot of things that are really contagious. And if I'm from Vegas, so if I'm going to put my gambling ships on the line, I'm going to say, it's a little unusual to have something in both dogs that isn't contagious. So the number one thing I'd really go looking for is you're mice, which are contagious parasite that can cause ear problems, a lot of itchiness, discomfort, very scratchy pets. When they have that, but there are other things. And we look at anything from infections of yeast, bacteria to little foxtails, those little plant plant parts that work their way in the ears. So if both pets are in the same environment, yeah, I guess they could get those. But I really want to check out your pets and see if they might have something like ear mites. And that's something easily done. You'll walk into your local veterinary office and you ask them to take a sample of that and look at it under the microscope and, oh, cool stuff moves around when we find ear mites. So if it is something like that, it was very treatable. They're pretty much indoor dogs. You know, we just let them out to go to the bathroom. And they're chained up. It's not like they'd run through any fields or they're running all over the place. Okay. And usually for something like ear mites, it is contagious between pets. So if there's a new animal in the home, whether it's a rabbit, a cat or a dog, if they're sharing the same environment, then that could be contagious. Now, if they're not running that large and they don't really have contact with other pets, oh, you know, maybe it's less likely, but either which way, the number one thing I'm going to want to have to help answer this question is really to get a sample of that and look under a microscope. Because that's really the heart of where we start with these type of problems. I could list a million products to have you go purchase and put in your pet's ear, but it'll be just as worthless as flesh in the toilet. So the number one thing is really fun. Any pet with an ear problem to really get a good direction in a diagnosis. And that is the biggest problem in the biggest reason why a lot of pets ear infections don't get effectively treated because we kind of home trade or we go over to the local pet store and we pick something off the shelf and we try to see if that will do the trick. But I really can't advocate enough that we get at least one of these babies to the vet, but I would preferably get both of them over there. Okay. Thanks for your call. Richard, good luck with that. Let us know if you need a follow-up. Well, welcome to the show, Brian. How are you doing? Oh, just fabulous. Where are you calling from today? Colorado. Beautiful Colorado, my home state. What's going on? I have the doctor and the behaviorist. We're all here for you. Well, I had my mother was bitten by a four month old kit and he got infected. She went to the doctor and he's got a report or says he's got a report all animal bites. Yeah. The thing, just curiosity I have is do they quarantine the cat? Because it hasn't had us rabies shots hasn't had any of the shots and stuff. Yeah, I mean, generally, if the pet is old enough to have the ruby's vaccine and has not yet received it, the animal control authorities are going to do some kind of quarantine. Whether that's in a boarding situation, like in an animal shelter and an animal hospital or at home. It kind of depends a little bit on the jurisdiction. As well as with the potential exposure is. Now, the thing that we have to recognize is that rabies does occur in a lot of parts of this country. And actually I read a recent report about a kitten that did have rabies. And it had to be put down. So this can happen. So there is some justified concern here. Now, you may know you're Acadia and say it's impossible. But still, we want to follow whatever regulations your area has. So yeah, and it generally something we don't have to necessarily panic about. If the cat has a lot of outdoor exposure, then it might be paused for concern. But that may be, like I said, it may be just something that they impose a home quarantine without necessarily impounding her at a shelter. So I'm sorry. Oh, she's been safe. Have you talked to anyone from the animal control authorities? No. I have not talked to anybody yet. Okay. It's like I said, it's a four month old. It's a kitten. It's inside. In my heart, I noticed that's every. I wouldn't panic. Yeah, you know what? It happened to me. I got bit by my older cat, and I had to go and get shots and stuff because I got infected. And I was contacted immediately by our animal control and they came out to the house. They looked at the cats, said, okay, he looks fine. They put signs all over my house and quarantine him there for ten days. I was not allowed to take any animals outside my dog was not allowed out of the house. Everybody had to stay in the house for ten days. That was pretty benign. Ten days, I called him and they said, okay, rip the signs down. Everybody's fine. And we actually have the sign hanging here in the studio and we think it's kind of a joke now. But I wouldn't worry about it. I don't panic about it. And it's something that they've got to do. It's the law. They're just trying to protect everyone from rabies. Right. How can you start giving the rabies shots? Good question. Rabies is generally at 12 weeks of age. It can be given. So you're not too far behind, but gosh, it would have been just great if that was on board because that just kind of changed the rules if a pet's already been vaccinated or if they've not been vaccinated. So. Yeah, don't sweat it, Brian. Totally protocol, and I'm sure everything will turn out okay. Thanks for your call. You're listening to animal radio. Call the Dream Team now with the free animal radio app for iPhone and Android. Hi, talent cable. You know, 33% of us pet owners talk to our pets on the phone with the answering machine when we're away. 62% of us signed letters and cards. So it looks like it's coming from both you and your pet. 79% give their pets holiday and birthday presents. 50% of those actually throw a birthday celebration parties. And 17% of us sometimes dress our pets. He probably heard about the labradoodle that looks like a lion. Are you serious? Oh yeah, listen to some of the 9-1-1 calls. A big lion. Lion, a baby lion. And everything. Here's his owner. I tell people he's a lava Lion. When people see Charlie the dog walking, they really freak out. I've seen him literally dive through the window to get into the car, think of a lion as after them. Oh, this stuff's fun. We all love to humanize our dogs. Don't we give them human emotions? How is it soccer on Saturday and this guy comes up and says, can I pet your dog? I said, sure. He commences to acting like a nut. Oh, you're a good boy. You're just such a good boy. I said, dude, come on. You're gonna get them all wound up. And I've taught him he needs to be calm. Here's the irony. He tells me he noticed how calm and mellow and well behaved my dog is. So then why are you trying to choose some up like that? I said, buddy, you gotta be calm when you pet a dog. Just mellow. You don't wanna act like his head is the hope diamond. Of course he doesn't get it, or he doesn't wanna get it. And here's more irony. He tells me he's got dogs and he doesn't believe in ever putting him on a leash. And he says, you know why? Here's why. Would you want to be on a leash? I already know the answer, but just for the heck of it, I asked him, do you bring your dogs out? Says, no, of course not. I can't bring them anywhere. I can't control them. They might knock down a kid or an old woman. Of course he doesn't hear what he's saying. I said, look, my dog is here with me. I take him lots of places. People don't even notice him. They're happy to see him. Kids can come up and pat them, and he's not locked up in the house all alone by himself. And the reason for this is because he knows the rules. Knowing the rules makes him calm and happy, he knows what I expect of him. And he always gets to come along because of that. Anyway, if you want to pet a strange dog,
"burt ward" Discussed on Animal Radio
"burt ward" Discussed on Animal Radio
"Live at the red barn studios, you're listening to animal radio. Here's how and Judy. Every once in a while I'll catch you surfing videos. Online, you were surfing yesterday. You were watching videos of cats that steal stuff. It was adorable. They were taking all kinds of stuff. They were getting in drawers. They were taking pins. They were not gonna stuff off the desk and once they got it in their mouth, they just took off running like they knew. Apparently this is a thing. You know, yeah, if I've heard about a lot of cats that do that, one cat would steal like, I guess, underwear, from neighbors lying and stuff, and they'd have to come around, collecting it, or the people would have to go back and find the owners. It sounds like it would make a great inspiration for a story and that's exactly what Melinda Metz did with the secret life of Mac and we're welcoming author of Melinda Metz to the show right now. Hi, how are you doing? Hi. Great. Thanks for having me. So tell us about your personal cats. Do you have cats? You know, my very first pet was a cat. My dad got her for me when I was two years old, and I had her till I was in my first year of college. Her name was smokey. But since then, I've gotten allergic to cats. I have a dog now. So it's not a matter of being a cat person or a dog person. It's an allergy thing. It's an allergy thing. And when I go to visit friends who have cats, I always still pet them, and then I'm like, oh, I should have taken the old girl before I came. But it's nothing personal about cats. We don't have to shoot Hal if he was allergic to cats. Yeah, he couldn't handle it. He loves his cats. I am a cat guy. You are a kid. And that's why I love the secret life of Mac. This is a story obviously about a klepto kitty, a cat that takes off with stuff. You know, my editor Gary Goldstein actually came to me with the idea because he had been watching a lot of cat videos. And then I started watching them all all the klepto kitty videos. He was actually thinking of doing a nonfiction book about them because there became such a phenomenon, but then his wife said, she thought that he should do a romance with the klepto kitty. And then that's how I got involved. So it's almost a real story. It was inspired by real stuff happening, but it is fiction. It's definitely fiction. Without giving it away, I hate spoilers, but without giving it away, can you kind of give us a hint of what happens in the story? Well, in this story, this is the second book about Mac and in the first book he got his person together with a human and they go off on their honeymoon and her cousin comes to cats that for him. And he can kind of smell that she's unhappy. So he always kind of takes them on himself if he thinks he just kind of thinks people aren't smart enough to really solve their own problem. So he kind of goes, he takes it on somewhat reluctantly, but he just thinks no one else will be able to do it. So he does it mostly by smell. He smells a person that he thinks would be good for her and then he goes to work kind of getting them together. And he also foils a little bit of a crime. Now I had a when I was dating that I would use my cat to pick kind of pick out my boyfriends if I probably. If I brought home a date, my cat didn't like it, the guy was out. Really, they can tell you a good sense of character. And he was right. You must have done some research for this book. I read all kinds of different things about cat behavior, even though I had that one cat for 17 years and I had another cat too. I didn't know about the little gland they have on the roof of their mouth that gives them extra information from what they smell, they kind of flick air in with their tongues and I looked at things about cat body language with their whiskers and their ears and their tails and sense of eyesight and smell. And I just write a bunch of different factual cat information, anything I could find. A lot of watching videos, I assume? I watched a lot of videos too, for inspiration. So is the book is anyone in the book real or based on real people? A couple people, a couple minor characters are based on people that the story said in Hollywood and I lived in Hollywood for a while and my neighbors inspired a couple of the characters. It was great. The names have been changed. I didn't actually change their name. They would mind. Everyone else's name I changed. I mean, and everyone else was just kind of loosely inspired, but Alan Marie de Francesco were my neighbors and I didn't think they'd mind because they were great neighbors. It's just they knew everything about whatever was going on. There's always every neighborhood has one of those. Right, it would be like, oh, I saw you had lean cuisine, are you trying to lose weight? I mean, they would know the contents of my garbage can. Because I shared a garbage can with them. And at that time I had a dog too, and they were, they were really sweet to him, they would give him like leftovers with warmed up gravy. And Marie was the only one who could tell my dog what to do, she'd say, Dodger, go home, we shared, we shared a fenced in area. And he would go home, and he wouldn't go home when I called him. So I just was kind of things like that. They were both in their 80s and they were they were just such characters. I don't think that they'd mind. I did put in the beginning of the first book that I dedicated it to them. And I did make it clear that I made up some stuff. Now, as an author, in a reader, you were fairly resistant as a kindergarten to the whole reading and writing thing. Weren't you your mom tried to get you? Oh, my mom has told me. My mother was an elementary school teacher and she loved reading and she wanted me to learn to read before I started kindergarten but I had no interest at all. So then she just let it go. But I did become quite a reader pretty quickly. I don't know why I had no interest. I just didn't want to learn, I guess. Well, as a late bloomer in that, you certainly have done fine. The secret life of Mac is your second, talk to the paw was the first, but the secret life of Mac, I have ten copies to give
"burt ward" Discussed on Animal Radio
"burt ward" Discussed on Animal Radio
"Doctor Debbie white, groomer Joey velani, news director Laurie Brooks, and now here are your hosts. How Abrams and Judy Francis. Get this. Burt Ward will be joining us. Is that someone else named Bert Warner? Is it the bird ward? This is Robin from Robin. Robin. That's the real Robin now. It is the real Robin. Nothing that came after was the real Robin, the real Robin joining us today. Bert, apparently, is rescuing very large breeds of animals or dogs. Should I say? He's been doing it for quite a while and you know he started out with great Danes. I remember years ago, so I guess he's just doing all big dogs now, not just great things. What do they call those the giant? Gentle giant gentle giants. Yes. Oh, cool. Okay, so we'll speak to him today before the show is out. I also see we're going to talk a little bit about klepto cats. I saw you surfing a video yesterday of cats that would steal stuff. It's so funny to watch them. Those videos, I believe were the inspiration for a book that's just come out called the secret life of Mac and it talks about a klepto kitty. Is that your bat phone? It is, but it's a false alarm. I'm patiently waiting for a phone call. I'm waiting to hear news of my little girls anesthetic procedure. She's having a dental cleaning and she's having a scoping of her bladder and her vaginal area. So you don't do these procedures yourself. Not on your own dog. Okay, I get that. I'm a mama. I can't do it to my baby. So my husband does it. You guys obviously think different about that. So yes, you're waiting for a call on your bat phone. From your husband. And we're waiting for a call from Batman's sidekick. How cool, it's meant to be thing today. It is. Lori, what are you working on for the news this hour? Oh, I'm going to tell you why. This caught me by surprise. Why some police dogs, in fact, a lot of them could be losing their jobs soon. I hate to hear that. Oh, wow. Yeah. Okay. Joey, what are you working on? Well, I got a letter that I want to read. Someone's dog has some dry itchy skin. How we can help solve that problem. Hey Mike, how you doing? Hi, hi, Doc. I have a couple of questions. I have a 12 year old Labrador. Experiencing some well, I've been diagnosed with some elbow arthritis and he's been getting real wobbly walking. Okay. So the slightest little divot in the grass, you could literally almost fall over. Okay. Is that on the front end or the back end or both? Well, the elbows have seemed to be the limping, the pain, the rear legs, don't seem to be painful. They just seem to be loose, you know, wobbly. And short walks are about that already can do now. So I've tried I've tried a little remedial had no effect. I tried to make a cam. I didn't see anything either. I've been given them an aspirin or so every other day. That seems to be the best. And then I've been giving them the liquid glucose to mean controversy high potency in its drive-through. Okay. Yeah, I'm just worried that using pain. I don't know how to tell. Yeah, and that's a great question because it is hard to tell with osteoarthritis when a pets in pain, because a lot of the gradual signs kind of mimic that of just getting old and it's very easy to just say, well, just getting old, that's why he's doing that. But if we're noticing that he's having trouble getting up and down from a lying position, if he does have some muscle loss or unsteadiness in the back legs, that can be associated with arthritis, but there can be some other causes. There. So if he seems wobbly, I would look for explaining this by arthritis, but there still could be some other spinal disease or other neurologic things that could be going on causing an unsteadiness in the back end. So we might have some success with some pain management, but I kind of wanted to keep my eyes open that we're not missing anything else. That's more than just arthritis here. So you mentioned a couple of the good non steroidal pain remedies that we use remodel, Medicare. I don't use aspirin anymore. It's got such a long withdrawal time and causes GI ulceration for animals. So if those prescription ones didn't do the job, look at doing some different things. I heard on this morning on the radio I heard a lady using your recommended to use an aquarium that was another one I guess. Oh, the adequate, yes, yes. And that was actually one of the things I was going to mention, because even the liquid glucosamine, great thing to try. I have tried recently a product that has not just glucose amine, but also has avocado extracts. It goes by a brand name called das Quinn and they come in a little chews and I had some good success with some patients on that that have been on glucosamine. And we just haven't seen quite enough results. But that is something check with your veterinarian for you. I don't think you'll find that in the general market. But yes, a prescription? It's not necessarily a prescription, but it's just a veterinary line. It's a nutraceutical. So it's kind of a supplement, but it's kind of in the food form. But it is, like I said, it's usually a veterinary brand, so it's just not sold at Costco or at the pet stores. And then yes, the adequate, which can be very helpful to help keep that joint healthy, helps to prevent enzyme degradation in the joint. And a lot of people, we have to give it by injection. That's the only thing that kind of puts some people off. But I've actually trained many of my clients to give these injections at home. And once we get through that initial period of twice a week for several weeks, they may give a shot once a month or every couple months, and it can kind of help. Give them a little more get up and go and comfort when we're talking about dealing with this chronic painful condition. So yeah, I wouldn't hesitate to look at that. And for many people, we'll also look at fish oils and just like people who have heart disease and arthritis, it has some benefits about decreasing inflammation in the body. And for animals, we can use that as well in that same way. So that's another alternative. I have been giving him fish oil, the omega, you know, fish oil, the high potency ones with his food. Are those antiquated injections? Are they done in the in the area of the pain? Or are they just done in the loose part of the skin? Good question. They're just given anywhere in the loose skin. And we used to have to give this in an intramuscular injection, which meant the veterinarian had to do that. But yeah, anywhere we can give a subcutaneous injection on the back on the hip area anywhere up through the back area. We can give that. And it's really easy to do in most pets take to it very well. So yeah, that might be something if you're comfortable with the needle thing and you're not a little needle shy. I look into that. Mike, we appreciate your call today. I know you're a new listener in Los Angeles. Let's take one for doctor Debbie. We have Robert on the phone. Welcome to the show, Robert. What's going on? I don't know. I can barely hear you. Take your hand off the speaker on your phone. Hold it, hold it on either side there. Your mother, let me take off the Bluetooth dance. Hold on. They're supposed to help us out, but I can't get mine to work. Okay. There's always trouble. Okay, can you hear me now? Yeah, what's going on? Oh, okay, my key to when the last two weeks, he started to bleed after she used the restroom. Now the blood is in the urine now. And well, she had a problem when she was one year old. And they found out she had a weak liver and they put on that LD prescription diet and I was trying to figure out if she had an affection or just
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"It is animal radio and if you're one of those people that just doesn't do facebook or instagram joined the club either. One of the few people. I think were i think. There's like ten or a dozen of us in the in the whole world that don't do this what i actually do. I leave this to judy. Judy she will scan through all of the videos. All of the pictures all the viral viral on social especially the cat videos. That's my favorite and this next guest caused by attention. We welcome to the show activist and glamour magazine woman of the year from two thousand twelve and the guardian of the late viral sensation bailey. Not the ordinary cat. This is a very unique cat. Welcome to the show erin moran so let's talk a little bit about bailey and bailey is definitely not an ordinary cat. Bailey loved by the way bailey has passed. I'll just point that out right now. At fourteen years old lived a nice long life but yes bailey used to take bubble baths and actually enjoy these bubble baths and yes that is correct and he would often sit in a chair and be read two hours while getting a pedicure catholic cure and didn't mind actually enjoy this and you were able to photograph this. Oh yes everything. From being pushed in a buggy to dress stuff in baby sitting in a highchair and being said ammo you know cat food. He would allow my daughters to do anything to him. Well now that's interesting because my cat barely loves me to pet it. What do you think may be different. And i knew he was unique. Sweet cat the minute. I met him just by his manners. In how affectionate he was and how he choose like. Let you do anything to them. Because i have two cats back home. When i found bailey and so i fell in love with them so quickly and knew he was snow ordinary cat that i actually hit him in my college. Catherine allowed the dorms. And i hit him Because i could not walk out of that store Without without him you've found him at a pet store. I on in a pet store in my college town. A little dinky town had this little pet store net cats and poppies and i. You could play with the kittens. And i found of indicate with those little female sibling. Pull them out. And i just i. I couldn't leave after three hours. I walked out with them. The relationship between bailey. Your daughter is amazing. It is truly incredible. People cannot believe some of the things that captured on camera. I mean he looked he would let her lay on them in and she'd sit there and like you know pulling his years and stuff and he just per away like i think that this little girl my little abby would do to bailey people watching go. You know what. What cat allows this. And i had a videotape it because they just took a picture. People think oh. He ran out of the bathtub in two seconds after he was being held or forced down. But when you watch videos you see that the cat sit there in the bathtub. Willie squirted all the bubble. You know so pondimin scrutton with the loofah. No he died share with a big on his shoulder on a on a. And it's just i had to capture the video to show people. Oh yeah. He's sitting on their little motorized pete car going down the driveway And just sits in the back. Well my little. Hannah and abby drive off do you think it just like the attention. Yes and that. I can tell you is why he would do anything. He was obsessed with attention. He you look at pictures. He's gotta be touching the human he's constantly got upon you and he follows you if everyone gets up and leaves the room. He follows you into the next room. He follows them to bedtime up in their bag. When i when i leave and go into the office he tells me that the office i mean everywhere you go and if you close the door and he doesn't have access to human. He will sit there and scratchy theodore until you let them in well. Even though he's crossed the rainbow bridge he still lives on and within a book and i assume still online yes He one hundred fifty four thousand instagram followers on bailing ordinary cat. I've got so many videos of them. I just continue to share on because people are constantly telling me you know. It's the highlight of their day. So you know the video picture. And so i've got fourteen years of great footage that i just continue to share with people. Tell me about the book. So the book is It captures who bailey is. It's a picture book with words on the next page of captions. So there'd be a picture of for example Baby wrapped up in a blanket. All around his head and he'll unaccounted like we. Stop laughing at me and unwrap me. Human the bathtub with the girl. They've got their little. Kitty cat swimsuits down and heating the bath talk and they're not looking at the camera but he is and you know. The quota of one of somebody told cafe water. There's the cat is talking out the book. So what do you. What do you think all the other normal cats thought of him. Oh they're probably like who is this crazy kept. He's i think there's a little humid gonna cost you that. There's really not a cat mayor. I'm looking through the book now. It looks like it would make a great gift and in fact. I'm going to give away ten copies right now if you're not looking to get on through. How can people get the book. You can get the book in targets. Barnes and nobles all your online amazon other you know sites and just local bookstore is a lot of them were carrying An in target has just named its on. It was so successful than first week. They've named it's. They're putting it on the recommended reading on stuff and you know like cats made the internet and this book you can see why daily no ordinary cat is. The name of the book author in guardian air in maryland. joining us. Thank you so much for telling us about daily appreciated at checkout animal. 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"burt ward" Discussed on The Moratorium
"Are you sit. Yeah how did you get from dawn swayze to this. Well don swayze. There is nobody in this movie. Hauer my supposed to get out of this move. That's that's what i thought too. And listen don swayze. Just imagine how i went back from james lou grow. Imagine if i had a brain magid you did it correctly. So patrick swayze and don size. That was my killing blow right. There was like he'll never see this. I'm gonna. I'm really gonna impress him. I got both of the brothers in the same. It could've even been a tv movie. i don't know anyway. So don swayze was in a movie called beach babes from beyond yes. It was in the same like four or five years where all of those movies had those titles and they basically were like beach movies. But with like supernatural elements in them and lennon wigley usually popped up kinda like they're the wraith in there with the uh abbott more stupid than that. Okay like You know the one with Religion you should be i. I'm done i'm done. Oh downtown julie brown. No not downtown julie brown regular julie brown regular julie brown anyway. Okay so this is going to get dark guys if you're having suicidal thoughts about listen to the next paragraph where i'm not so. Clean your guns while you leave me. Don swayze was in beach babes from beyond with burt ward guy. That played rob hall hill batman series risks. Anyway burt ward was in a movie called virgin high. Feel free to look that up if you don't know until that's a good thing. It's not robin in virgin high. That's man it's always uncomfortable. When those old geyser. Mike leaner I see it right there so you got through michelle bauer. yes michelle bauer screen quake. Yes i'm already looking at michelle by our yes. She was in a movie and ninety four called demented. Which i did not bother to look. There's puppetmaster three to lonzo revenge. Yeah charles band was in there somewhere. But i didn't do. I didn't that wasn't what i was trying to fuck up on. It was the other thing and jim van boever was in demented at..
"burt ward" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Time Capsule
"Gaoli gods and monsters is out and certainly worthy pickup. I spoke to the voice of wonder woman. Tamra taylor who is also dr camille stay on on bones wonder woman. Well that's awesome. That's great i mean and this different wonder woman to really different wonder woman. Machetes bruce had the concept and alan had. The script was ernie wiggle room to play with her a little bit. Well they were amazing. Because the minute i got in there you know i of course being a comic book fan myself. I had preconceived notions of how it was supposed to be done. And you know. I got the script and thought i don't really understand this but i'm still gonna go in with my idea about how it should be done. And bruce said let go of that. We're going to. We're going to create something new this. It was totally fun. And freeing and wild so did andrea kinda help you along to find her a little bit. Did andre help me andrei. She was a gift from god. If you know without her i i couldn't done it and i mean she looks different. She acts different Shorts are amazing. What they did the no shorts icu. She's looking it's definitely. Yeah and she's kicking a little more ass. I like unapologetically. It's really cool. I mean what what. What was that part of the attraction to project. Well you know i. I don't know any young girl that doesn't want to be wonder woman so the attractions the project was you want me to wonder i wouldn't like i would have taken. I would've taken it whether it was in an alternate universe or not but to actually get the opportunity to sort of do a take on one woman. That's never been done was rad. Great so. I can't wait definitely pick out jail. A gods and monsters definitely gotta get it in blu ray. If you can justin cavender of peak legacy spoken robot. Chicken's kevin schick and tom. Route the writers of the dc comics special three from san diego. Comic is robot. Chicken dc comics special. Three friendship is magic. We'll kind of what kind of magic we're talking about is Superman gonna be doing lines of coke off of batmans back. Or are they gonna go. Trolling for hookers and a batmobile screening. Did you know nothing like that. Oh it's nothing but warm cuddly friendly says it right there in the title. Yeah it. it's a romance and everything that goes along with the good the bad the ugly we touched a vodka. I like it. So superman gonna tell batman. Hey look it's been like thirty years. It's time to get over your parents death or anything like that. You might see some of that. You know I think what makes this special different other than the bromance. And the fact that maybe their their arguments go beyond this universe maybe into parallel universes and they can involve other types of characters who have a say in their relationship so we kind of kind of blew the doors off this and went to parts of the universe. We didn't even expect to go to before great so when you talk about parallel universes than you can now. Just open up the doors for everything. It doesn't matter. None of it has to make sense. It can all be fun when we're writing it's true it's true but it also enables us to rope in different versions of different characters air. Go we were so fortunate enough to get adam west and burt ward to come in and do voices for us. Oh you'll see maybe some other batmans that we haven't seen the switch one gal say already in the press release that i can touch about but But yeah it's just going to be a lotta fun. I keep saying. But it's like the crisis of infinite earths of robot chicken specials perfect or any Guest voices that you're really excited about this time around well again. I was excited by adam. West burt ward. Br towards birthday. This week is it really happy. Earthy bird perfect Let's see when is this gonna air. That is a very good question. I thought you'd know that we could ask you soon. I'm sure we wouldn't be here. The viewers at home could google it. We'd really yeah a little weight here. You could tweeted and we'll figure it out there you go so you guys actually have some pretty racy scenes in robot chicken. Has there been times now that you're dealing with Dc particular where. They're just like no that. That might be a little bit too much. That has happened particular special but actually these e has been very forgiving of our sense of the yet. they they. We thought is going to be up battle and they've been very on board. I have alyssa sketch. That didn't quite make it. Instead of a joker venom. he created a jerk venom. And that that you may see an automatic form but not actually in the actual show. Watch the for that. I'm a dvd. Yes in the special reason to buy the dvd and blu. Ray thank you very much for your time and hope you enjoy the rest of your con- thanks to a geek. Legacy check out the rest of the geek legacy videos available on their youtube channel. There's more time capsule so stay tuned. let's get back to time capsule on the sat podcast network but light has a preview of my conversation with neville page faceoff judge creature designer about the critics award winning series latest star trek challenge. I think it's the best quote unquote reality show on television. And because it it you it doesn't have the boundaries that other shows do and I mean you don't know what the final product is gonna look like until you see it. I mean you get to go in and kind of mentor them. A little bit and kind of guide them but essentially until you see the final reveal. It's all new to you. And and as an audience we like to kinda handicap. The different people in who are favorites are who we think is going to be the front runner and That's part of the fun of it too. Yeah yeah it is I couldn't be more and speaking klingons. You had michael dorn on the On on the show and I mean he's not a makeup artist but he's been under the make up a few times the kind of not a good makeup looks like so what was it like and i'm sure he was relieved. It in etiquette right up on the show i've been wouldn't have minded probably was I know nothing michael during nothing of his personality. So you don't know what's expect when you meet a celebrity He was such an interesting sweet grape. Judge as well because he brings to judging perspective. That glenn the and i have but not to the degree that michael did and that is every day same makeup that he has to perform in hand glenn's worn makeup. I think the may have make up. I'm talking about like brevard prosthetic. yeah. I've also been under a lot of rubber as well. So it really. I think it's an important thing to have a respecting appreciation for pinko true. Because it's it's it's not as easy as it seems actually to wear rubber and perform and being an all day it was. It was great sitting next to michael and have chance to just talk to him by his experience as a character Any other thing too or is just the best thing before mr west smart the very idea that i was sitting next to michael jordan.
"burt ward" Discussed on KTOK
"At this time. You know, I was only 12 years old. My dad was not in the sport, so I didn't know that. And then as I look, you know, as I grew up and I listen to stuff I'm like, Wow, this guy's going and everywhere in the world and I met him when he had his apartment and the other one I met. That was in that apartment complex was Paul Molitor, the baseball player lived there. Oh, great third baseman and played with our our Blue Jays to part of her World Series team. While he played for the Brewers before he went to the Blue Jays. He was that's right. That's right. Yeah. And you know what, Really Wild is that later on? I married a Molitor and I met Paul Molitor at a Bible study because he was a family friend of the Molitor's that I married a wonderful, wonderful, Yes. There's another one that my dad stop if we would stop by. We're driving through Milwaukee in he was like, Hey, gotta meet the crusher. We always watched the wrestling and the question was just hanging out at Various corners or, you know some of the places it was always breaking. He would. He would rip up the phone books and crush a tire. You know, he was called the crusher. He was a wrestler and Milwaukee. And it was like he was just common people, though. They were very nice. They were very common. My grandparent's new Les Paul, very humble guy. Very just there were they were never walking around, you know, with crowns on their heads and saying We're great. My dad took me. He taught me how to shoot a bow and arrow. He took me to a place where Guy measured my arms. I was 12 years old and he was going to make my arrows to fit the bowl and was threadbare. His house was right here in Milwaukee. Fred Bear. Sorry. Who is Fred Bear? Why he sells. He is worldwide now with bow and arrows. Oh, I see. Okay? But at the time he just had a house where everybody. When I went downstairs, he had a basement. You know how they had those We had some of these houses in Milwaukee had an outdoor You know, and Prince to your basement. You didn't have a great house to get to the basement. It was outdoors. And he came down to the basement. And it was Fred Bear that made my first Bolin arrows he There you go. My dad. Just shoot Bolero was threadbare and and both before he was world Known for selling bows and arrows. You knew them way back when great call Mark. Thank you for that. Kareem Abdul Jabbar, Paul Molitor, the crusher Ah, Who's Who of celebrities? Let's say hi to Here's another brush with greatness Story. Kelly's and Huntington Beach, California. Good Morning, Kelly. Welcome. Good morning to topics he seemed excited, really excited about with that man and drummers. So I had to call the first time. The first one was, um my brothers were in karate classes and we got to go to a tournament and Burt Ward was supposed to be like the special guest and it was so excited because everybody had a crush on Robin and that showed up. And I'm like I was disappointed because he wasn't wearing his tight. He was wearing his karate gear. And I was like, Oh, dog food, me still cute and we love him. And more recently, I was assigned to photographic show in Hollywood, and I was just take fan photos as well. So as I was walking out after my three songs Was taking a picture of the Marquis of behind me. Came walking Dave girl, and so I thought. Oh, my gosh. Almost didn't do it. I said Hey, Do you mind if I take a fan photo for the paper? He goes. Oh, no sure. And then I had to ask him after I took the photo, I said. Why are you leaving? I have to leave up to three songs. Why you leaving? And he said, Oh, I have kids. It's a school night. I gotta go put in the bed. That's great, Cute. David Girls want to thank you for giving all the love and the music props and naming all the artists. You play for your bumper music because I love it, and it's amazing. Oh, thank you so much. I'm glad you enjoyed the musical selections. Thank you. Kelly Recall recognized them and announced their names.
"burt ward" Discussed on 710 WOR
"W O R. Well, Here's the kind of story that will send you scurrying to your attic. To see if you have any old comic books from your childhood. Vintage issue of the Batman number one comic book that man number one came out in 1940. And The stories by Bill Finger and it was illustrated by the Great Bob Kane. This vintage 1940 Batman number one sold at auction on Sunday. Get this letter to $10.2 million. $2.2 million for the old Batman comic book now. It's not the first comic book to feature the Caped crusader. He actually first appeared in something called Detective Comics Number 27, which actually sold for 1.5 million in November. But the Batman number one comic book introduces us to Who of Batman's biggest adversaries, the Joker. And Catwoman. Now I found a couple of Catwoman because when I was a kid growing up I love the old Batman TV series with Adam West and Burt Ward. It was always on time I got home from after school, I think was the S e think of starting 66. So I was wasn't really around for the original. But I would always watch the reruns in the afternoon and I was always remember the very sexy Julie Newmar as Catwoman so well, here's old Julie from the sixties, The sonic Beam in this gun can slice like a hot knife through the high priced spread. But every sin impasse Shall I steal your voice or end your life? Whichever you decide, I'm sure it will be the wrong choice. Have a pretty sharp tongue for a man about the second bite of this world. Batman. Big big for your mortal existence. I'd rather die than beg for such a small favor as my life. Doesn't that remind you of the way Natalie sometimes threatens us around here Now he's got a little cat woman. She's got a little cat woman here. Do a little Catwoman personality sort of, you know, Thanks for your life, leading beg for your life if you don't get out in time. I don't wear that outfit to work, though. Tell you that much. That was some outfits. Really? Woz was something Catwoman was also played by the wonderful singer Eartha Kitt. So here's a little bit of Earth a campus Catwoman. I want to live it. Big boy made good cat woman with a.