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"duckie" Discussed on D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast

D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast

04:42 min | 3 months ago

"duckie" Discussed on D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast

"Now we know that larry will find out about the weeping angels lighter and know the truth about kathy eventually but at the moment it just sounds like sally is acting super suspicious especially after the police come around looking for kathy when she stops going to work Yes and i love the way she says and she loves you because she dick. Mr sick. but. If larry never found out about the angels would come around and be like hey. Have you seen your norm. But my friend said that she's gone on a trip. That sounds super considering. No one's heard from her months. My friend said she got up early in morning and went for a round kid. Top to that. I mean i was with her but i mean like yeah well. She went on a vacation. But no but i was with her out of it. Basically that's what you hear in there like duckie series where they're like people were murdered and the first excuses always like. Oh yes she went on a trip and the second one was like. Oh yeah saw. But when i left she was real depressed. I would say. I dunno suicidal. Now they always the husband's away say she got up early win for. I don't know what happened job to that. She ever gone for run before on purpose out. Why is there a big chunk of your ham missing. I also went for abroad. Fell into bouche. Well if you'll excuse me. I need to go for a run right now taking a suitcase with you. Goodbye sally us about the video. Larry keeps watching. It's an easter egg on a list of seventeen. Dvd's which sounds like one side of conversation. When larry is to serve the customer selley has part of a conversation with the doctor freaked out. She leaves the store with a copy of the seventeen. Dvd's unsure what to do. She is given inspiration by. Larry's coworker yells at the movies watching. Why does nobody spot. And it's like it's like what you can horror movie being daren't go out the front door dunk run upscale says. Sorry yeah go out the front door run. Go get the police. There's a noise and the lights out working. Why are you going in there. Let's split up. Yeah let's have sex over here. We also dead world terrified so let's have six. I have you had sex. No talking about one to be terrified someday when mommies and daddies love each other..

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Corsair's K65 RGB Mini Gaming Keyboard Is for People Who Think Less Is More

Digital Coffee

01:55 min | 9 months ago

Corsair's K65 RGB Mini Gaming Keyboard Is for People Who Think Less Is More

"It looks like corsair is brought out a very small keyboard. Colic duckie keyboards. That are out there that you can actually build yourself. This is along the lines of that. It's the case sixty five. It's basically a sixty percent keyboard so it's very very small way smaller than what i have. But i also have a wireless keyboard instead but it looks very interesting. It has done to make pre ki- rgb backlash for advanced tw- twenty layer onboard lighting effects with clue control because of corsairs. The one that bras. Rgb everything because that's what they did and that's what people liked. I guess in some way. It's just a really interesting thing about that. But it's very interesting because it's still uses the mex- keys which is also has the red silent our speed silver variants to have that as well also onboard profile storage of fifty profiles also full and key rollover basic means that. There's no anti ghosting so you don't. It will actually understand when you double click something. Click multiple buttons will also recognize up so anti ghosting. Only a few of the keys. Now enki rollover is the full keyboard. So there is a difference between that and also has the corsair annex hyper processing technology. With eight thousand hertz. Polling and detachable one point eight mill millimeter braided. Usb desi cable also weighs about one is Excuse me weighs about zero point. Eight five kilograms of very lightweight. If you're looking for something very small. But it's not a duckie keyboards more mainstream keyboards. This is something you should actually look for. It looks nice. It looks very very small. Looks like almost like a travel worthy keyboard. If you're looking for a very small keyboard this is it for you or if you just have a very small space for you as

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Kristy Swanson defends Trump from 'cancel culture,' demands to be removed from John Hughes films

The Adam Carolla Show

02:36 min | 11 months ago

Kristy Swanson defends Trump from 'cancel culture,' demands to be removed from John Hughes films

"Actress. Kristy swanson wants to be cancelled and she wants to be cancelled to support a president trump. So let me explain this forty five years ago. Well she's she wants to get in the time machine and b. Can't let me explain last week. Fans called for trump to be digitally removed from home alone two loss to new york and over the weekend. She tweeted because she was worried. Who want oh. We want to be digitally removed. Taken out of home alone to wow. This is scary and kind of tearing down. Statues is one thing but that digit physical but digitally removed. That's interesting yeah. I agree to this thing is like you're honoring racist or whatever but like he was in there was an extra ticket. Oj naked gun ignored. Berg gotta make berg. So she's kind of calling the bluff in some way says if cancel culture is really going to have donald trump removed from the john hughes movie Then in support of my president. I'd like to have myself officially removed from the john hughes films. Pretty in pink and fares. Buehler's day off now if you don't remember pretty in pink. She's at the very end. I think she's credited as like miss duckie. Because she's the one that jon cryer sees at the end and like she gives him a little wave and then the credits roll in fair to dealers. Day off. I think she's the one that does the speech about fairs like my sister's boyfriend's cousin's you know some fainted flavors. I heard it's pretty serious. That's kristy swanson. So she wants both of those clips removed. Of course twitter is just beating the shit out of her for this. You are in that. Who are you. Who cares but You know she makes a point. She kept her mustang in my warehouse for six months where you are right now. No i have multiple warehouses. Why i asked. Yeah i wish. I could remember the street name address but glendale with all that really how it got to me. Or she's needed a place to keep her her her mustang. I had no idea how hard core she was. She is hard goddamn core man. Twitter bio is like some about quitting. Proud mom god. I was very religious. I only know her second hand my dear friend lindsay parker who is in the movie flowers in the attic with her when they were when she was a baby i mean. How old is that movie. Remember from the mid eighty s. She worked with swanson played her sister and said she was

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"duckie" Discussed on Maureen From Quarantine

Maureen From Quarantine

07:43 min | 11 months ago

"duckie" Discussed on Maureen From Quarantine

"The rice now and then you flip that over onto the bamboo man and now it's this simple. You're done so if you decided to go with the obviously you'll cook it up. You're frozen whether it's crab meat or whether it's your chose Maybe you chose the shrimp bring all kinds of choices out there and you can go ahead and put whatever you choose there and then from that place you'll need maybe you can even go with whatever it a lot or a little bit of the fresh avocado so get i always go for organic with whatever it is including the rice and so in the nearly to you can always find that where you go. And so incorporate that into it and then set up very simply very healthy and again macos had the nigga three oils there and just beautiful for you. All these things so slice up the avocado. Put them in with the whatever you chose to the seafood quote seafood. Little little duckie's coming over to say hi to me. Son is setting beautifully here over the mountains and the lake and little. She's fisher jumping in. The cotton is high. It's a beautiful beautiful day and got beautiful flowers in front of me too. So you're almost finished with this beautiful sushi roll. So what you're going to do now. You got the avocado. You can even slice up very very thin. Mismatch stick style some cucumbers and some carrots and nothing like that fresh cucumber there and so and then you're gonna roll it up and you roll it up with the bamboo met. There's an art to that and just with practice you'll get it so now you've got a sushi roll all rolled up and again. The rice is now on the outside of it and so inside. You get your seafood. You've got your avacado you've got your you know maybe carrots you know whatever you chose and you're cucumber. I love that fresh cucumber in it and then maybe have some cute greens put on the top of it. You and i sprinkle a little extra of the Sesame seeds tune symptoms. I put both the black sesame seeds and the white sesame seeds and a cute little girl. Decio is weeping at me are in keeping distance. everybody is. They're looking at lymph issues over there and so how now dow is very slowly very slowly going by embraced nature to if you're just the energy and ambiance that you surround yourself with when you're in the kitchen and with this beautiful sushi maybe beautiful music. Whatever you so choose or have that nice silence and sometimes just the sounds of nature's kind of nice. Oh cute little girls community and so maybe when you're when two years old or have kid waving hi hi cutie. She'll be on the podcast now too. Cute little baby. Red shoes have red shoes onto see. We're insanely and it's about having that synchronicity to When you're in you know it's funny. I was just talking about being grounded and grounding. And i'm going to do my next podcast on grounding and earth and they're they're jumping up and down on the earth on the green grass which i talk about to the earth thing and i'll incorporate That to that essence of what we do to get with back to earth back to basics she secured a little red. She's like me Big smile from now she'll be part of it Cute little red shoes and so what we do. Now you got it all together and We now cut the Sushi roll up. And maybe maybe six pieces and the just how you've seen it. The professionals do you need a nice a sharp knife. And sometimes i get the knife wet to to make sure you get a nice cut right through that nuri. So you've got it. Beautifully rolled hopefully tight that. It's ready to cut up and i put a little early in little cute greens on top of it and then i also Some on top of their some japanese mayonnaise and this is really beautiful too. It's like an orange color yellow. And then also sometimes incorporate either on the side or maybe a tiny bit to you're feeling so inclined. the Green master the Sabi back in the day. What was that it's We used to say what's Be and i think it was a commercial for what's up so incorporate your humor in your energy and your authenticity into whatever it is. You're doing wherever you are and it can be again just moving right down the street to go and get your Whatever it is you want to cooperate. The the avocados are maybe go to a farm and get them and now they're a part of the meal you're making so again re chow be creative and have ambience. There that helps in other words. I was saying you know with the because it's why did you hear that. That's a quacking. Wow quack quack waddle waddle right if it walks like a duck is duck if it talks like a duck and so he hit the parent parents. So we'll also send out now all over quarantine and all over the world. I lift my arms up to the good energy and send out the love and the life force and the she and into the foods that we eat the visuals we see and send out the love. And it's real it's powerful and this is a great power recipe to have here in quarantine in very very simple and you play around with it too and see what you like. You can even have some of that hot chili sauce on the side too. That's kind of fun to the hot chili sauce. Sabi and you can make or buy it premade and see what suits your fancy but there you go. You've got it and then decorate it. And i like to decorate the played a little bit. You can put the beautiful roll out there on the plate. Find some gorgeous. You know just very very simple again. maybe a play doors and i like also to use The chopsticks consent. Makes it just that much more fun. So get yourself chopsticks if you can and You can even pick them up. Whoops pick them up for you know if you don't want to buy any just get them in one of your local little restaurants there they'll give you a little set of chopsticks and have fun. That kids have fun with this too and and make it really authentic. And if you're not ready for chopsticks that's okay too whatever you so choose and And there voila. You have got this for just very simple power meal which doesn't take long at all and some terms what you can do With this when you're putting together you can try. Like i said incorporating in different things into it you can incorporate Be a like. I said the sticky rice is is important too because then it sticks to the nouri role and the sesame seeds and then simple flip that over and it was part and parcel of the role there without going this way and that and so beautiful. The sun colors of the sunset on the water. Here in front of me and.

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Sen. Bernie Sanders calls for tax on billionaires' gains during the pandemic

Squawk Pod

02:38 min | 1 year ago

Sen. Bernie Sanders calls for tax on billionaires' gains during the pandemic

"A major milestone for the Nasdaq on Thursday the index briefly crossed eleven thousand for the first time ever the Nasdaq them closed out the day a hair below that eleven km milestone, a record high that's the indexes six record close in. So. Far, the Nasdaq is clocked a record close thirty one times in twenty twenty. It's remarkable run for the and exit especially considering what a hit like the rest of the stock packet back in. March. Clearly, the Nasdaq is come back with ferocity it's gained about twenty three percents alone the S. and P. Five hundred and the Dow Jones indices have each clocked day winning streak and the S&P is now near percentage points away from his own twenty twenty. Of course, record highs in the marketplace seem at odds with the troubles were seeing a real economy small and medium businesses are shuttered big retailers bankrupt individuals and entrepreneurs are anxiously awaiting more government relief according to some as you'll hear, the disconnect is in part due to the Federal Reserve's unprecedented actions throughout the pandemic. And investor competent that the Fed will continue to support the markets. One former presidential candidate is calling for billionaires to step up to the real economy. Here's duckie quick Senator Bernie Sanders he is now. Calling for a crackdown on billionaires, this is what he tweeted last night. I will be introducing legislation tomorrow meaning today to tax the obscene wealth gains billionaires have made during the public health crisis. The senator tweeted a thread explaining his proposal saying while over thirty million. Americans. Have seen their six hundred dollars a week and unemployment benefits. Expire emergency actions taken by the Federal Reserve to prop up the stock market have meant that four hundred, sixty, seven billionaires saw their wealth go up by over seven hundred and thirty billion dollars since the pandemic began while Amazon is denying paid sick leave hazard pay personal protective equipment to four, hundred, fifty, thousand of its Workers Jeff Bezos has increased his wealth by over seventy billion dollars. Amazon shares are up more than seventy percent year to date. You can see this morning down by about twelve dollars. Senator Sanders also calls out Walmart's Walton family. Tesla's Elon Musk and facebook's mark Zuckerberg for making billions of dollars during the pandemic, and then trying to juxtapose that with what they've done for some of the workers along the way he then said by taxing sixty percent of the wealth gains made by just four, hundred, sixty, seven billionaires. During this pandemic, we could guarantee has a right for an entire year and billionaires would still be able to pocket over three hundred, ten billion dollars gains during the worst downturn since the Great Depression.

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Grace Lanni Is All About That Brand

Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner

09:16 min | 1 year ago

Grace Lanni Is All About That Brand

"My extraordinary women friends today. I am honored to bring you a twenty twenty Colorado Women's hall of fame duckie Guadalupe Brazelle.

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Stand-up, sketch and satire: The rise of Indigenous comedy

Unreserved

08:57 min | 2 years ago

Stand-up, sketch and satire: The rise of Indigenous comedy

"Tim Fontaine Initiative and a member of the sagging first nation and he joins me from Toronto. Intel Hallo Tim Moon who I need so tell me. Do you still remember the first story that prompted you to start walking eagle. There was a would watch. Watch the news when I was a reporter. You're watching the news. And I was watching a story about pipelines like pipelines has been in the news for for decades and it always seemed to me that they were always going through indigenous land. No matter what it just seems like they're you know you never hear of it. Like it's going to go through brandon or something like that. It's always like our. We're GONNA go through this list. And so I had made this joke over the years that they're fighting and make a pipeline that goes through every single indigenous community in the country first nations and you admitted meaty that was probably the sort of like the Genesis of Walking Eagle News was I wrote it exactly like a new story. This joke and it was. And that's basically that's the headline is new. New proposed new pipeline will cross through every single indigenous community in the country and Yeah so that was. That was probably the first one that I wrote. It wasn't the first one that that I published but that was the one that made me think I could probably do something with these. Yeah yeah now at the top of the show you did recite some of your headlines but looking back over for the last two years even posting these esoteric articles. What's been your most popular? The most popular is the one about the the Queen US can trudeau. How how her Indians are doing? And it's one that's like a lot of them are strangely plausible like as ridiculous they sound or there's there's something in there that makes people think think that she actually say that or they actually say oh. I can't believe she said that. Even like believing that chef she said it so that one is probably the most popular one of all of the stars that Everton. It's one that's that gets shared the most still what about the most controversial story Any of the ones that do with racism. I mean there was one then. There's some that that I hate saying this. 'cause new real news as says this all the time. Sparks debate is is one about all white panel. Discusses says whether something is racist and that one gets a lot of people. Well you know whatever like people taking both sides on that one Any of the ones about racism usually. Yeah Yeah I get a lot of people sort of riled up either some topics that That you won't cover yeah. I don't do a lot of my. WG and that was one where very very early on in the site. published a story about At inquiry being called into the inquiry which maybe now might fly. I don't know but at the time There were so many families that that were struggling with what was going on. They weren't feeling like they were getting information. And then the story comes out. That's written just like a new news story and I think some of the families believed what people told me and so I just I just put it in apologize because and so. That's that's one where it's sort of. It's really tough to cover without feeling like you're making fun of the issue itself right like a lot of these stories. You'll have to trump fine line between laughing at the issue and laughing at the ridiculousness of the response to it which is usually what I do But that one. I didn't want anybody with that issue. I absolutely don't want anybody getting even the impression that we're feeling that I might be making fun of. Where do you think that line is? What were you gone too far? You've got not gone far enough. I don't know I mean there's sometimes when I published a story and I can't think of one off the top of my head right now but there's a couple of times where I've published a story and I thought I could have been stronger on this. You know what I mean like in calling out racism or in calling the ridiculousness of how the media talks about indigenous communities. There's a couple of times where I've were published it because I published them really fast. It's usually just it pops into my head. I sit down and five five minutes I have a story and publish it and I find that the longer I dwell on it the more I second guessed myself and so and that works a lot of times and then other times it it. It comes out later that I think like maybe I probably could have said something stronger about that. I don't know where the line is yet. I don't think I've crossed although it's funny like people people think satire is the same as comedy and I don't think it always is satire. Doesn't always have to be funny like it doesn't always have to make you laugh. I think sometimes it can make you groan grown and and a lot of my stars do that and a lot of my stories make you feel uncomfortable and I think that's fine as well and so You know the the gauges ages different. It's not like it's not like every single one is getting a laugh. I think a lot of them are just sort of like woo. You know so. Sometimes it's not ha ha funny. It's like ha ha. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah. There's a lot of that and I think that's that's that's sort of becoming my brand new headline says this is Kennedy. Which is true? I mean and that's that's there's a lot of that right like because I mean the thing about walking you'll news I've been thinking more and more about uh-huh roots and where it came from where that sense of humor came from and I think a lot of it is like sitting around with my brothers and my sisters watching the news when we were kids and parodying as it's happening right like sitting there and putting voices on the reporters or you know doing bad voiceovers or are imagining scenarios where the news would go right. I mean I remember my my old one of my brothers. He could just he could parrot a reporter like crazy and he's just as big MSCI guy he would be like you know Monte Fontaine. CBC He News Duckie. He would just do it. So perfectly but yet just exaggerated enough that it's really really funny right and so that that was always in me. Yeah I think as as the news is funny it can be very funny but it can also be you can say things with that voice. That's strangely make people listening. Yeah so For a long time indigenous issues as you know were largely ignored or misinterpreted by the media. Let alone featured in mainstream comedy Until we have this clip recently. I'm GONNA play this clip from the Baroness von Sketch show. Here's what happened when that sketch show decided to take on land acknowledgments before we begin this evening's performance. We'd like to acknowledge that this theater stands on territory of the initial Bay schone here on and Wendy first nation also mindful of broken covenants and the need to make right with all our relations. Now please enjoy the show. Sorry excuse me should we. Should we go on someone else's it lands shouldn't we should we leave only the theaters here. Now we just like to acknowledge WHO's landed in. I'm sorry I'm so confused. So if we're on someone else's land shouldn't shouldn't we do something about that or Hopefully enjoy the performance. Okay so some of the money from ticket sales of the show or going to the indigenous. No the ticket sales go to theater. So is the money from the bottled water. Sold here here going to the first nations for clean drinking water or that money goes to sleep. Sorry I'm so who's minded. What are we doing? Gosh that's a good laugh. That's a bit of the sketch from the Baroness von schedule. And Land acknowledgements all shared on our facebook page. You want to check it out but tim. How did you react when I saw that sketch I thought it was great? Thought it was like it's finally I don't know who wrote it. I mean but they did a pretty good job of sort of like cutting through the ridiculousness of of these things that we're starting to take for granted now. Are these things that we're starting to expect. Do you feel like comedy generally is starting to get it. I think to a certain extent I mean you know there's pushback against that rate now I find you. They are working. Nobody can be funny anymore. But that's all like angry white comedy. Nobody sounds to me. Oh I don't understand anything anymore. I think makes sense. It's like that's that's basically what. The world is changing comedies changing. And everything's changing people. When that happens people tend to hold on tight sometimes right in that? That's where a lot of the detention comes in but there are still people out there that are that are funny. I mean I think a tall boys on on. CBC knowing mean that doesn't rely on on anything other than other than up. You know these these funny guys and so I think Yeah you can still be funny. But I think there's there's absolutely a brand of comedy out there that that now especially indigenous comedy. That's that's also there to sort of make you think all right then. I think I'm I'm sort of in that cap because I don't I don't consider myself a comedian yet or comic yet but it's definitely definitely cousins so yeah

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How Could Artificial Glaciers Hydrate the Himalayas?

BrainStuff

06:06 min | 2 years ago

How Could Artificial Glaciers Hydrate the Himalayas?

"Discussions about climate change tend to focus on low lying areas like coastal cities yet people who live at higher elevations also feel it's negative effects including fresh water shortages to help these folks get by the duckie inventor named Sonum one Schuch has created a line of artificial glaciers called called. I stoop as their restoring frozen water so it can be used hydrate crops in the driest stretch of the year. Glacial meltwater is a necessity for most villages judges in Lubbock a region of northern India. The DOC sits on the debt and plateau between the Karakoram and the Himalayan mountain ranges this elevated terrain is is world famous for its is supply Abedin Plateau and surrounding mountains contain more ice than any other non polar area on earth. Much of this is stored up in glaciers. His will help feed vital Asian waterways the young Zee the Mekong and Indus rivers. Unfortunately those glaciers are receding because of climate change between two thousand and three in two thousand fourteen the ones located near the Brahmaputra River source lost six point nine billion cubic miles of ice. That's twenty eight point. Eight billion in cubic kilometers with glaciers some seasonal melting is expected but normally winter snowfall allows glaciers to replace the melted ice. They lose during the springtime however across the plateau. Glaciers are no longer getting enough annual snowfall to offset their lost water and so many of them have been dwindling in size as a cold desert. The dock area sees very little rainfall receiving an average of two to three inches per year. That's about fifty to seventy millimeters meters. The summer months of June through August. Do get a modest amount of precipitation however that's also when a large quantity of melted water from neighbouring mountain. Glaciers enters the streams teams. That depends on a steady water flow fills the streams during the winter as well yet because of the frozen ground and low air temperatures. The farmers can't hint grow crops during the coldest months of the year. According to an Chook winter water gets under utilized as a result demand for meltwater grows exponentially in April April in May when the life-sustaining crops of wheat buckwheat and barley need to be sown and hydrated. But in the springtime before the glacial water arrives enforce the streams often run dry. Climate Change has worsened. The problem a twenty seventeen study found that over the past six decades about twenty percent of the permanent ice ice preserves and the Docs home state have disappeared that translates to less meltwater for the locals hoping to solve these water woes. A civil engineer by the the name of Chihuahua North L. devised an innovative reservoir system in the nineteen eighties and I hope I'm saying his name correctly I couldn't find a pronunciation using dams and channels nor fell L. diverted large volumes of glacial water into Manmade Lakes on the shady sides of mountains where it froze into blocks come springtime. The ice would melt and be sent downhill the farms and villages eligible by way of canal. But this ice melted to quickly so the water tended to run out before the summer rains arrived in two thousand thirteen Wangchuk deduced I ice in Norfolk dams melted so fast because too much of it was exposed to direct sunlight. When chook figured that if he could somehow freeze the ice into a conical tower with the narrow oh end aimed skyward much less surface area would be exposed to make his frozen stalagmites when Chook devised an irrigation system? That's brilliant in its simplicity. implicity the major component is a long pipeline most of this is buried deep underground with one end tapping into a glacial stream or naturally occurring reservoir high high in the mountains through the tube the water rushes in the direction of populated areas at lower altitudes. No moving parts are electrical gizmos are needed to keep the liquid water flowing. Gravity does the trick it also pushes the water into the final stage of its journey downhill. The pipeline connects at a sharp angle to another narrower pipe. That rises soil standing vertically like a telephone pole as the saying goes water seeks its own level gravity pretty and pressure gained by flow through the narrowing pipe together naturally propel the liquid straight up that pipe until it flies out of a sprinkler on the pipes raised tip high in the air. The spray encounters atmospheric temperatures in the ballpark of negative four degrees Fahrenheit. That's about negative twenty Celsius or lower before landing it freezes. He's a solid forming a large cone of ice around the vertical pipe. The cones distinctive shape resembles that Stupa which are traditional Buddhist prayer monuments that have graced creased look for thousands of years. Hence when Chook and his associates have taken to calling the new glacier like structures I status the ducks ice Tubas meltdown meltdown in late spring. Right when the need for liquid water is greatest. The prototypical stupa erected in the winter of two thousand thirteen contained about forty thousand gallons. That's about one hundred hundred and fifty thousand liters of frozen water and lasted until may eighteenth of two thousand fourteen. Since then numerous others have been constructed. Single Stupa has is watered as many as five thousand newly planted trees standing at sixty feet eighteen meters tall. It held a breathtaking five hundred and thirty thousand gallons. That's two million liters a frozen water. Others may someday exceed one hundred feet about thirty meters in height and hold two point six million gallons or ten million liters of water outside India. The stupas have spread to countries like Switzerland in two thousand sixteen. When tooks icy brainchild earned him a coveted Rolex award for enterprise But I- stupid are not without their critics. went to in companies legal right to divert. Glacial meltwater has been challenged by a group of the duckie villagers furthermore anymore although the stupas are meant to help sustain human life they won't reverse the Tibetan Plateau's worrisome climate trends but if Homo sapiens is to survive on a changing Jin planet will need to reevaluate the ways. We use an store water. Projects like this can kick start those

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"duckie" Discussed on Project Upland Podcast

Project Upland Podcast

14:11 min | 2 years ago

"duckie" Discussed on Project Upland Podcast

"We are soliciting taking questions from are listener base if you have a question you would like the aspen jp bosh email me at nyc dot larson that north of collective dot com it's unfamiliar with jc rewind and listen to episode number thirty two percent be interviewing him again in the next couple of weeks lender question my way all right we're gonna dive into sunday interview yesterday newest latest and greatest in although i'm sure he would not describe up that way president and ceo of the rush of society an american jackie benjamin this wasn't an interview that i recorded while in pennsylvania with ben myself aj rossa northwood selected and meant for a couple of days out in pennsylvania guarding two things that were all working out together and we recorded this podcast back in march but most is still relevant as the main focus of the story was the story of van jones how he threw up hunter how he became conservation and how he found himself leading organization that's drives create healthy for some abundant wildlife let's hear from the man himself in jumped into our interview with aj drills at benjamin starting to show some serious while i take this very seriously aj duckie's my seriously now definitely don't everybody nick larsen with the project up when podcast coming to you.

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"duckie" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"duckie" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"And welcome back paranormal pets. I have my guest today. Shannon spring Shannon. How are you doing? I am doing. We are doing pretty well. It's been a wild and crazy New Year's, but we are in twenty nineteen and you are first interview of the new year. So congratulations. And thank you, thank you. We're delighted to have you. We actually met at interestingly enough, Acerra soda events that was talking about weed you boards. Right. It was actually pretty interesting because I'm not quite sure how our conversation started, but I think right in the middle of the session, we were making our ouija boards and talking about them, and, and you turn around, and we started talking about animal communication. So you're perfect for the show semi. Let me start off by asking. How long have you been doing animal communication longer than I had realized I have professionally been out of the closet for a year? And I had been doing it on my own without knowing it with. My own dogs so with my own dogs visiting the dreams having premonitions and then just practicing with friends pets. And I finally started putting myself out there getting some real cold cases, that's wild. So I mean how did you get started? He said dreams and from initiatives. But what really led you to understand that you weren't animal communicator is funny, after I had posted a lot of my own stories on Facebook people were saying, well, this is really unusual, and it was sort of normal to me. But then I started realizing this is unique in, I was actually talking with a professional psychic who's not an animal communicator. She does human spirits, and I actually do both which sets me apart from some other animal communicators, and she said, Shannon, you're an animal communicator, and you don't yet know it and that got me, very excited. And that's when I started signing up to take some medium ship training, most of my training was with human spirits, and then I also went over to finish horns Scotland in studied animal, a nature communication, and that's when it really blew wide open. So. So how do you know that you're an animal communicator? I mean, what was the indicator for you wanna mentors do that way? Yeah. Absolutely. Because I'm picking up on messages from my own animals and other people's animals. Do you want me to share a story with you or let's start with the story? Okay. So I started off actually teaching animal kindness classes, my dogs and I would visit schools. We talk all about being kind to animals, and I was telling history that my dog Duckie, who is a black dog. Who's in heaven with sharing the kids about how black dogs have a hard time getting adopted how I really miss Ducky how she had just passed and within twenty four hours of Duckie passing. I also I saw two rainbow colored orbs like dancing cubes of light in front of me. And that was so exciting to me because I knew it was Duckie coming to visit. Then it got kicked up a huge notch when I was teaching the summer camp. And I was talking about Duckie and was about to introduce a clip on wildlife communicator, named Anna Breytenbach, and as was introducing this clip, I really miss Duckie. I hear from her all. All the time and I turned around to play this clip on YouTube in up out of nowhere came a photograph of my dog Duckie in heaven. I hadn't cute it up. It wasn't on my home screen. It was a photo. I hadn't seen in years, and the kids, all started chanting Duckie Duckie Duckie coming down from heaven, to tell her mom that she loves her. And we all smiled and enjoyed it than the photograph went away, the kids would chant, her name the photograph would reappear. And this went on for a good, five minutes of actually have a little snippet of it on my Facebook page, mayor puppy fans where I had the, the kid reenact what happened, and we showed the photograph that Duckie my dog from heaven, literally came in as a guest speaker to teach animal communication. So your own pets are it's nice when they help you out right yet. My I have two dogs here on earth. And then my spirit team, I've got nine dogs up in heaven,.

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"duckie" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"duckie" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"East? Why is that because the people who resist or people who are not gonna go along with the program are they're pretty much fighters. They are look at your Notre Dom on the wall and says the fighting Irish there's a reason for that. And had taken what we've done all our generations the same thing with many native American cultures. Now that may not be today. So you don't have anybody fight. So speak. The government. But the fact is that if you wanna get in trouble in sixteen seventeen eighteen hundred go to certain people's lands that you had no business being on. And you're gonna get a real good haircut. And so we're the fighter. So we're the killer bees. And I think that that upsets the I don't think they have an interest in. We can't we're not controllable. We're not gonna go along with the program, which is not gonna do it. Have you been conducting any new studies lately, Daryl? Certainly have some of which. Somewhat. You can't tell you because you know, the penalty for that George. That's right. Been the the the the fact is that we've been doing other studies and some of them are on the specifically implants some specific ways in which we can detect them. In fact, we're looking for scientists specifically to assist us in this realm because everything we do still improperly. They're just not a money making the I never take penny from these people most of them don't have insurance and in your insurance not gonna pay for nearly implant movable anyway. For all practical purposes point. Yes. So we do these. And we are my main one of my main studies is a want to take these implants all of them that I've collected and others that we know about two at specific university and have the professors their tests days, basically, paying them and say if there's a if they ring so if they if they respond in any way and see if there's a signature that's available there in the removed implants, the second thing is went all that testing's done is to take certain Duckie's to the same university. And that have implants in them such as we got one man that's got seven metallic objects behind here. All in one little love this. It's an incredible case. I'd love for all these people to be tested again by the proper propel. And if I collagen pharma psychologist as well. His see if there is any correlation between these people themselves among themselves support groups so to speak about Duckie's with implants incident to in the body. That's currently functioning and the obvious that are out of the body tests all of that as a third test. And then last of all wanna bring in in. This is another one of our the answer to your question. What else are you doing one thing? I can tell you that I've had my eye on several people that have in my opinion likely been artificially inseminated by the alien, and they're here. These are not me here heads out there that you hear all the time while I'm Leon, and I've got this. I'm not talking about people like that. I'm talking about people that verifiably medically have been artificially inseminated. And there was no way that for them to get here. And we've got a case even one of the major hospital here in Houston five of the mercies all came up pregnant one night, including the comatose, lesbian woman patient, the nurses, all of them in an enclosed environment with the camera. Running him to God true story. Jeez. The only cases another case in Arizona. The same way there. We're gonna come back and take phone calls with you next on coast.

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"duckie" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"duckie" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"You're doing. I'm sure they told him already before you have in pitch tonight. So yeah. And good then he got into. Yeah. Even though he wants a couple of guys he ended up settling down pitches scoreless inning. He can feel good about that. He looks like a guy who could help them at some point. That'd be important for him. Don't you think in coming to watch you guys which is not good in this ballpark? And then the big hitters are coming up. Oh, yeah. Well, let's say we talked about you can't you can't walk guys in this park with the meat coming up. And that's when they do the damage, and he was able to get the tough guys out. You know, stay focus. You did state focus. It's got to be a little nerve racking. You know, you come in and new ball club that you haven't seen it all you got traded at the end of spring training. So he doesn't know any of these guys and he's trying to make an impression in Asia. Do it in Colorado this ballpark, and you know, he's seen games here. So yeah, it was nice to him to settle back down after the two oxen and not allow anybody to score and get out of that. Anyway, he came to Cincinnati me. He was on. He was in the clubhouse in Cincinnati has an emergency guy. Yeah. And then flew right back and then came here. And so it's been a weird week for him and stuff looks good Duckie can help does. He can help them sometimes fastball like the slider. Nice little slider eighty nine ninety. So so big leagues. And you know, it it'll give. Mm confidence if he comes back up, and we don't know, maybe that's not the, but it's probably you would think it seems like the logic move. So we'll find out tomorrow. What's on deck? Sponsored by your California four dealers. No one else can bring it like the F one fifty with best in class towing and payload. That's just one reason why F-series is America's bestselling truck. Forty two years running John. We'll have the highlights.

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"duckie" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"duckie" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Welcome. You bought now coming in here with some sports taste for change. Paul pierce? Faking injuries are doing a with unfilled impersonation because the last two times that you slap your gums about how this was this was series. The New Jersey only to watch your team. Get blasted the next two games. And now your beloved Celtics have literally went into woodshed half for you declared, Milwaukee delay. So please say another program, but he Rony I wanted to let you know. I don't know if you're aware you are in the presence of a legend are dude, it's rich. Now. I know he's a part of the job will now the best so in radio history. But did you know he had a cameo back in the day man signs the best possible sitcom history win? He was dude. Going out with Elaine. Like he had a shaved head only to find out that he was balding. So my man, I'm welcome need you to bald nation. That's all I got Jimmy where teams Kelly's bamboo straw arms. And sour dough bull forehead belly Clarkson, stocking dicey area and Bobby flay yet work sick on war, irate, Craig Duckie, Randall so that they could watch sporting events from your patio out. Damn at. I often think of myself why are you calling today? You've got nothing to say, but never more so than right there. I've got sports takes their sports taking their Paul Pierce. Take. Seinfeld guy. I'm not aware of the guy that tried to get what he lane that was bald or pretend to be bald or going bald. She's wind to out a Singapore. One eight.

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"duckie" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

11:43 min | 2 years ago

"duckie" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"And welcome back paranormal pets, I have my guest today. Shannon, spring, Shannon. How are you doing? I am doing. We are doing pretty well. It's been a wild and crazy New Year's. But here we are in twenty nineteen and you are first interview of the new year. So congratulations and thank you. Thank you. Oh, we're delighted to have you. We actually met at interestingly enough Acerra soda event that was talking about ouija boards. Right. It was actually pretty interesting because I'm not quite sure how our conversation started. But I think right in the middle of the session, we were making our ouija boards and talking about them, and and you turn around and we started talking about animal communication. So you're perfect for the show. Cilla me. Let me start off by asking. How long have you been doing animal communication longer than I had realized I have professionally been out of the closet for a year? And I had been doing it on my own without knowing it with my own dogs. So with my own dogs visiting me and dreams having premonitions, and then just practicing with friends pets, and I finally started putting myself out there and getting some real cold cases. That's why. So I mean, how did you get started? He said dreams and from initiatives. But what really led you to understand that you are an animal communicator. It's funny after I had posted a lot of my own stories on Facebook people were saying, well, this is really unusual, and it was sort of normal to me, then I started realizing this is unique, and I was actually talking with a professional psychic who's not an animal communicator, she does human spirits, and I actually do both which sets me apart from some other animal communicators, and she said, Shannon, you're an animal communicator, and you don't yet know it and that got me very excited. And that's when I started signing up to take some medium ship training, most of my training with with human spirits, and then I also went over to finish horns, Scotland and studied animal nature communication, and that's when it really blew wide open. So how do you know that you're an animal communicator? I mean, what was the indicator for your mentors do that way? Yeah. Absolutely. Because I'm thinking on neces- just from my own animals and other people's. Animals. Do you want me to share story with you? Or let's start with the story. Okay. So I started off actually teaching animal kindness. Classes my dogs, and I would this schools, and we talk all about being kind to animals, and I was telling my dog Duckie who was a black dog who's in heaven with sharing kids about how Blackhawks have a hard time getting adopted how I really miss Ducky how she just passed and within twenty four hours of Duckie passing. I also I saw two rainbow colored orbs like dancing cubes of light in front of me. And that was so exciting to me because I knew it was Duckie coming to visit. Then it got kicked up a huge when I was teaching the summer camp. And I was talking about Duckie and was about to introduce a clip on a wildlife communicator named Anna Breytenbach, and as it was introducing this clip, I said, I really miss Duckie. I hear from her all the time, and I turned around to play this clip on YouTube and up out of nowhere came a photograph of my dog Duckie in heaven. I hadn't cute it up. It wasn't on my home screen. It was a photo. I hadn't seen in years and the kids all started chanting Duckie Duckie Duckie coming down from heaven to tell her mom that she loves her, and we all smiled and enjoyed it. Then the photograph went away the kids would chant her name the photograph would reappear and this went on for a good five minutes of actually have a little snippet of it on my Facebook page mayor puppy pants where I had the the kid printer. Reenact what happened and we showed the photograph that Duckie my dog from heaven literally came in as a guest speaker to teach animal communication. That's why. So your own cats. Are it's nice when they help you out right yet. My two dogs here on earth. And then my spirit team. I've got nine up in heaven and one of the teachers at school. Let me practice on her. We did her dog who had developed some aggression issues. So the way that I knew that I was an animal communicator is because I sat down to talk to animals, and I actually do all of my work so far by photograph, though, I do private I tune into their spirit. I listened to some Hemi sync music which aligns the right and left brain. And I start communicating just like having a conversation with you. Now, I have a conversation with photograph on my ipad of either an animal or human, and I started talking with her dog. And I said I understand that you your personality has changed a little bit. No judgment. We're just trying to figure out. Maybe why you're starting to have some aggression. Can you tell me about that? And the dog showed me poison sign, the, skull and bones. I said, okay. Well, that's the poison symbol. What is it? That's poisonous in your environment. And she said my food. So I said, well, what food is this? So end up getting the food, and it turns out that her food had the FINA barbital drug in it had the USA drug. Oh my gosh. Yeah. So the dog was literally eating poison. And I relate this to the mom. So how did the dog notion was eating poison? That's hurts accents. And that's their awareness. And one of the greatest misconceptions that people have of their pets is that their knowledge is limited. They have unlimited knowledge they often recommend supplements to me that they need in their diet and keep in mind that science was one of my worst subjects. Medical information is not coming from Shannon's springs. It's coming from a deeper place at another dog who was developing aggression issues, and it's because he was going blind. And he said that to me it was like, we'll look at my eye and sure enough he was going blind in left to right I but the dog show me this now on the often tell me what's lacking in their diet. So the messages are coming from them. So how do the messages work is something that's in your mind that you're hearing from them a clear audience Clervoy and Claire suntan. So it's a feeling. I hear words loudly images. So the skull and bones was an image. One time a dog was showing me that there was domestic violence in the house, and he gave me both an image. They sometimes we'll dress themselves up in costumes to represent emotions. So they're not literally wearing these costumes, but I had a dog one time appear to me in a night custom and he was flipping up and down the mask, and I said, well, what's that about? And he said danger danger. There's danger everywhere. And then I oughta. Really heard check the husband's. Okay. So so they know us better than anybody knows us. That's something. Also that people don't understand that our dogs really kind of. No, excuse me. Not just I say dogs a lot because I'm dog, all I'm speaking of all animals here. So please know that you can substitute any animal. I don't mean to be species. Okay. Real term that I learned myself. So that's a real thing that they know things about our past. They know our hopes and dreams that can also sometimes give the best life advice we've ever gotten. It's really pretty wild. Once you understand that energy is energy. Whether it's a bird turtle tree or a human being that energy never dies. It's like downloading information from a cloud. So I get my information symbols words messages. Sometimes songs titles cartoon characters. Yeah. You said you do I have recently acquired a tortoise name is Artemis Lia. And it is like having a little old cranky person living in the house to talk to you afterwards. There are very unusual. So all species. So it doesn't matter if it's reptile a rodent or canine, they're all communicated, it doesn't matter. And it's funny at the same that, I met you. I met a woman who had a turtle and she said to me, can you do a turtle, and I caught myself, and I quickly answered the question correctly and said, I don't see why not and there's actually a video about that on my website, Shannon, spring dot com that the turtle would actually one of my most interesting cases, and I had to get over my own judgment of thinking that a turtle wouldn't have as much to say as maybe a dog or a cat. And boy was I wrong. And I always ask my clients to give me a few questions to ask the rannells. I only ask the most basic of questions of them. So that I'm not gaining information other than their name the photograph their age and who lives in the household. That's basically all I ask. And of course, what is the challenge if they're having a challenge. What is the challenge? My clients to provide me with some questions that they have of the animals one of the questions that I asked him all the animals, regardless of how happy they are. They need happier. Also, tuned, turtle in the mom wanted to know. What is needed you happier? And how does he feel about his dog? Got your doggy talking minor loudly chewing in the bathroom. Where I still have grumble in the bathroom on. There is not much. I can do with them. I can talk loud. I can tell you what the turtle came through and share which is pretty wild here it, so I asked the turtle. I said what? And again, keep in mind. I am talking to my ipad same as I'm talking to you now with the photograph of the turtle adding a very real conversation. And I said what is it that you need to be happier. And how do you feel about your dog siblings? First question. He's shows the huge birthday party with streamers and balloons, and it had this name in alter his name for privacy purposes. It said Bert's birthday party. I thought okay. This is weird. Even for me, this turtle wants a birthday party. This is crazy, right? Okay. Look birthday party. Okay. It's not so crazy. And then I said, how do you feel about your dog siblings? And he said, I'm not treated equally. I wanna be on the same playing field as the dogs when it be treated equally. So I delivered after tuning into the animals, I then do all of my messages, I deliver the messages via video chat. Video chatting with the mom. She kinda get some tears in her eyes. And I said, well, what is it? And she said, oh my gosh. I can't believe this. I can't believe he knows. She said Bert's birthday was two weeks ago. And we didn't do anything for him. And just last week. We through Hugh birthday party for all the dogs. Okay. So it was like, I mean, I love it. Because it's a game for me. It's fun for me. None of our ever the same. And you think that your feelings didn't hurt because even have birthday party? They did. And I think once you become aware of that it sort of the good news in the bad news. The good news is yes, our animals are always talking with us all the time. And they know the bad news is start paying attention to their feelings more because they really are picking up on all the different things that are going on in the household, which is funny because you see all of these scientists doing these studies as to whether or not animals have feelings emotions or thoughts, and it's like come on their behind us right to be listening to paranormal pets where we've been talking about animal sentence for quite some time. Like, the turtle then continued to a run for my money because he told me a joke and the joke was on me tell ya, it's it's just Ron years and years ago, I went to a human psychic. And she was pretty good. And then at the end, she started laughing. I was like, oh what? What's so funny? And she said, oh, my dog just told me a joke at I thought, oh, she crazy. That's insane man. And I was the biggest lover ever. And I didn't believe they could tell jokes. So boy, did you know karma serve that up to me. And it was well, it was a welcome serving of karma because one of the questions that she had a return was how does he feel about as who'd? Okay, simple question. So rather than just saying he likes it or he doesn't like it or shrugging it. He makes a joke. He shows me an image of himself eating a piece of lettuce. I have no idea about turtles never had one. Nothing chose end up. Yes..

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"duckie" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

12:51 min | 2 years ago

"duckie" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Welcome back here normal pets. I have my guest today. Shannon, spring, Shannon. How are you doing? I am bread. How are you doing? We are doing pretty well. It's been a wild and crazy New Year's. But here we are twenty nineteen and you are first interview of the new year. So congratulations and thank you. Thank you. Oh, we're delighted to have you. We actually met at interestingly enough a Sarasota event that was talking about ouija boards. Right. It was actually pretty interesting because I'm not quite sure how our conversation started. But I think right in the middle of the session, we were making our ouija boards and talking about them, and and you turned around, and we started talking about animal communications. So you're perfect for the show. So let me let me start off by asking. How long have you been doing animal communication longer than I had realized I have professionally been out of the closet for a year? And I had been doing it on my own without knowing it with my own dogs. So with my own dogs, visiting me dreams having premonitions, and then just practicing with friends pets and finally started putting myself out there and getting some real cold cases, that's wild. So I mean, how did you get started? You said dreams and from initiatives. But what really led you to understand that you are an animal communicator, it's fun. After I had posted a lot of my own stories on Facebook people were saying, well, this is really unusual, and it was sort of normal to me. But then I started realizing this is unique, and I was actually talking with a professional psychic who's not an animal communicator, she does human spirits, and I actually do both which sets me apart from some other animal communicators, and she said, Shannon, you're an animal communicator, and you don't yet know it and that got me very excited. And that's when I started signing up to take some medium ship training. Most of my training was with human spirits, and then I also went over to finish horn Scotland and studied animal in nature communication, and that's when it really blew wide open. So how do you know that you're an animal communicator? I mean, what was the indicator for your mentors do that way? Yeah. Absolutely. Because I'm picking up on messages from my own animals and other people's animals. Do you want me to share a story with you or shorter? Let's start with the story. Okay. So I started off actually teaching animal kindness. Classes my dogs, and I would visit schools, and we talk all about being kind of. Animals, and I was telling a story that my dog Duckie who was a black dog who's in heaven was sharing with kids about how black dogs have a hard time getting adopted how I really miss Ducky how she had just passed and within twenty four hours of Duckie passing. I also I saw two rainbow colored orbs like dancing cubes of light in front of me. And that was so exciting to me because I knew it was Duckie coming to this it then it got kicked up a huge notch. When I was teaching the summer camp. And I was talking about Duckie and was about to introduce clip on wildlife communicator named Anna Breytenbach, and as it was introducing this clip, I said, I really miss Duckie. I hear from her all the time, and I turned around to play this clip on YouTube and up out of nowhere came a photograph of my dog Duckie and heaven. I hadn't cute it up. It wasn't on my home screen. It was a photo. I hadn't seen in years and the kids all started chanting Duckie Duckie Duckie coming down from heaven to tell her mom that she loves her, and we all smiled and enjoyed it. Then the photograph went away the kids would chant her name the photograph would reappear and this went on for a good five minutes. And actually have a little snippet of it are on my Facebook page mayor puppy fans, where I had the the kid print reenact what happened and we showed the photograph that Duckie my dog from heaven literally came in as a guest speaker to teach animal communication. So your own pets. Are it's nice when they help you out, right? Yeah. My I have two dogs here on earth. And then my spirit team. I've got nine up in heaven and one of the teachers at school let me practice on her. So we did her dog who had developed some aggression issues. So the way that I knew that I was an animal communicator is because I sat down to talk to animals, and I actually do all of my work so far by photograph, though, I do private I tune into their spirit. I listened to some Hemi sync music which aligns the right and left brain. And I start communicating just like having a conversation with you. Now, I have a conversation with photograph on my ipad of either an animal or human, and I started talking with her dog. And I said I understand that you your personality has changed a little bit. No judgment. We're just trying to figure out. Maybe why you're starting to have some aggression. Can you tell me about that? And the dog showed me a poison sign, the, skull and bones. And I said, okay. Well, that's the poison symbol of what is that? That's poisonous. In your environment. And she said my food. So I said, well, what food is this? So end up getting the food, and it turns out that her food had the phenobarbital drug in it had the Houston Asia drug. Oh my gosh. Yeah. So the dog was literally eating poison. And I relate this to the mom. So how did the dog notion was eating poison? That's hurts accents. And that's their awareness. And one of the greatest misconceptions that people have of their pets is that their knowledge is limited. They have unlimited knowledge they often recommend supplements to me that they need in their diet and keep in mind that science was one of my worst subjects. Medical information is not coming from Shannon's spring. It's coming from a deeper place another dog who was developing aggression issues, and it's because he was going blind. And he said that to me it was like we'll look at my eye and sure enough he was going blind in November's left or right. I, but the dog show me this they often tell me what's lacking in their diet. So the messages are coming from them. So how do the messages war? It is something that's in your mind that you're hearing from them a player audience Clervoy in Clare sent him. So it's a feeling. I'd hear words loudly images. So the skull bones was an image one time a dog was showing me that there was domestic violence in the house, and he gave me both an image. The sometimes we'll dress themselves up in costumes to represent emotions. So they're not literally wearing these costumes, but I had a dog one time appear to me in a night custom and he was flipping up and down the mask, and I said, well, what's that about? And he said danger danger. There's danger everywhere. And then I oughta be. I heard check the husband's. Okay. So so they know us better than anybody knows us. That's something. Also that people don't understand that our dogs really kind of. No, excuse me. Not just I say dogs a lot because I'm dog, all I'm speaking of all animals here. So please know that you can substitute any animal. I don't mean to be species. A real term that I learned myself. So it's a real thing that they know things about our past. They know our hopes and dreams that can also sometimes give the best life advice we've ever gotten. It's really pretty wild. Once you understand that energy is energy. Whether it's a bird turtle tree or a human being that energy never dies. It's like downloading information from cloud. So I get my information symbols words messages, sometimes songs movie titles cartoon characters. Yeah. You said you do I have recently acquired a tortoise her name is Zia, and it is like having a little old cranky person living in the house have to talk to you afterwards. There are very unusual. So all species. So it doesn't matter if it's reptile rodent or canine. They're all communicate. It doesn't matter. And it's fact it's funny at the same time that I met you. I met a woman who had a total, and she said to me could you do a turtle, and I caught myself, and I quickly answered the question correctly and said, I don't see why not and there's actually a video about that on my website, Shannon, spring dot com that the turtle would actually one of my most interesting cases, and I had to get over my own judgment of thinking that a turtle wouldn't have as much to say as maybe a dog or a cat. And boy was I wrong. And I always ask my clients to give me a few questions to ask if they're animals, I only ask the most basic of questions of them. So that I'm not gaining information other than their name the photograph their age in who lives in the household. That's basically all I ask. And of course, what is the challenge? They're having a challenge. What is the challenge that? I asked my clients to provide me with some questions that they have of the animals one of the questions that I asked all the animals regardless of. How happy they are. But they need to turtle in the mom wanted to know. What did you need to be happier? And how does he about his dog? Simply only. You've got your doggy talking minor loudly chewing in the background. Where I still have grumble in the bathroom on. There is not much to do with them. I can talk loud, and I can tell you what the turtle came through and share which is pretty wild here. So I asked the turtle. I said what? And again, keep in mind. I am talking to my ipad same as I'm talking to you now with the photograph of the turtle and adding a very real conversation. And I said what is it that you need to be happier. And how do you feel about your dog siblings? First question, he shows me, a huge birthday party with streamers and balloons, and it had this name in alter his name for privacy purposes. It said Bert's birthday party. I thought okay. This is weird. Even for me, this turtle wants a birthday party. This is crazy. Right. Okay. Birthday party. Okay out. It's not so crazy. And then I said, how do you feel about your dog siblings? And he said, I'm not treated equally. I wanted the on the same playing field as the dogs wanna be treated equally. So I delivered after tuning into the animals I've into all of my messages, I deliver the messages via video chat video chatting with the mom. She kinda get some tears in her eyes. And I said, well, what is it? And she said, oh my gosh. I can't believe this. I can't believe he knows. She said Bert's birthday was two weeks ago. And we didn't do anything for him. And just last week. We threw a Hugh votes birthday party for all the dogs. No, okay. So it was like, I mean, I love it. Because it's a game for me. It's fun for me. None of meetings are ever the same. And you think that your turtles feelings didn't hurt because he didn't have birthday party. They did. And I think once you become aware of that sort of the good news and the bad news. The good news is yes or animals are always talking with us all the time. And they know the bad news is start paying attention to the feelings more because they really are picking up on all the different things that are going on in the household, which is funny because you see all of these scientists doing these studies as to whether or not animals have feelings or emotions or thoughts in. It's like come on their little behind us. Right. It need to be listening to paranormal pets where we've been talking about animal sentence for quite some time. Now, like, the turtle then continued to give me a run for my money because he told me a joke and the joke was on me tell ya, it's it's just ironic years and years ago, I went to a human psychic. And she was pretty good. And then at the end, she started laughing, I was like. Oh, what's so funny? And she said, oh, my dog just told me a joke at I thought, oh, she crazy. Like dogs told her to that's insane, man. And I was the biggest lover ever. And I didn't believe they could tell jokes. So boy, did you know karma serve that up to me. And it was well, it was a welcome serving of karma because one of the questions that she had a return was how does he feel about as food? Okay. Simple question. So rather than just saying he likes it or he doesn't like it or shrugging it. He makes a joke. He shows me an image of himself eating a piece of lettuce. I have no idea about turtles never had one. Nothing chose the end up. Yes. And shows me a piece of himself eating lettuce. And then he says, let us have more variety. And she said that she when he was younger she used to give them all different types of food in for a long time. Now he'd only been getting lettuce. So he got sick of it. So I don't wanna make this a little thing about the turtle. But he had a lot to say as well as all the other animals. I've worked with is awesome. Actually what we're gonna do. I want to hear more stories. So we're going to pause here. We're going to put in a few commercial messages. And then when we get back. Let's hear let's hear some more of your really interesting cases. Thank you. All right. We'll be back right after this. Now time for something scary. I would from us conference normal pets will reappear before you can say they don't want away. Molly here, she dinner. Food. Don't let that happen to your precious cat elevate your cat's eating experience with the cat tree..

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"duckie" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"duckie" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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"duckie" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

08:03 min | 2 years ago

"duckie" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Duckie making its fifty eighth all-time NCAA tournament appearance on Thursday down in Jacksonville. Playing a tournament game there for the first time fifty eight is tops in the nation. As is one hundred and twenty six wins, Kentucky's forty seven and ten all time in NC a tournament openers. It's the UK healthcare John Calipari show our coverage this week of the NCAA tournament presented by UK healthcare and Appalachian regional healthcare. Question off the Twitter feed at UK sports network from Shane he says college football teams are charged one time out to contest a call. Would you like something similar in college basketball? Well, I I have suggested well, first of all I suggested this the s curve. Some of the stuff we did on the committee with the net, which I know people complaining, but you have teams that figured out the RPI and their leagues were getting seven eight teams in and those teams were losing in the first round games. This is a better indicator of the strength of your team. Now, they can still tweak. It second thing was I thought the team should be on TV two weeks before. And the reason is the top sixteen teams, you can't mess around. Now, you already said who they were. And if a team is. Twelve and one three games. They can't be sixteen. You said there were twelve how did they they won every game? And now second thing was the esker because it takes it away from why did you do that? Because we went down in one through sixteen. I didn't say do the S-curves the whole. Field. Just for the top four just for the top four one two three four. Five six seven eight nine ten eleven twelve thirteen fourteen and it's just an s and that's who you play. And how you're going to be mad. Why did we get thrown here? We did. Well, here's where we rated units NS curve. It eliminates. Well, you talked about league tournament it matters. When. She didn't seem to help you guys Sunday didn't help you guys twenty eleven or twenty sixteen. It matters when it matters. That's why you just do the curve just easier. And so what were you asking me about something else challenge shades question about being able to say challenge a call during the game? You throw a challenge. And I even said that I thought that was a good idea because I say challenge Andy call like, well, you can't challenge this, but you can challenge that now you can't challenge a gold tin, but you can now it'll because of that LSU game it'll be it'll be a rule now you could never challenge a shot clock violation. Until Wisconsin in the final right with that thing was like, wait a minute. The thing went out for three three officials. It went off. Now. Now, we can go to the monitoring couldn't end. So my thing is look if I'm right? I don't lose ten or time out if I'm wrong it cost me a timeout. So. I'd be fine with that. I don't question calls. What what what what happened? Something happened. Why's everybody laughing go to call Eugene in Harlan Kentucky, L O, U G? I wanna you're mottos all years either win or where you are in a game against Tennessee. Well, we had several questionable calls door. Foul trouble with reading PJ, and then also rebound missile. The game. Oh perfect. At a great. I'm to prepare this young team. Let me let me ask you you, gene. What does it tell you? If the all the stuff you said, and we still could've easily won the game. What to tell you about my team is very very resilient and they overcame a heck of a water adversity in that game. Even be in the game gets the final four. How about this? And we're pretty good. That's what you walked away. With like, I said it we're good. I'm not trading my team for I know, we're young. I know what we I know we don't have twelve guys. But I wouldn't trade the team for anybody. Let's go with throwing it up. And and the talking is done. Now, everybody has to step into the ring. So all these people talking about percentage to win percentage to lose this and this and that and that and this team, and I'm picking this. I don't care who you picking. We gotta get into ring. They gotta lift the rope up and you've got to climb in there. And now all swing and starts. And everybody has a plant. Everybody has something to lose. Everybody has something to lose. Who said everybody has a plan until they get hit in the head, Mike Tyson. There you go Mike Tyson said, then you get in that ring. And all of a sudden we got this beautiful plan bat bat bat, and it's like what just happened? So, you know, it's it's a fun time of the year for everybody. You know? And again, I try really hard all year. You say you or you learn why is that because it's not about that game. It's about now. It's about these weekends coming up everything. Here's what I told him today. All right. So in our league we had a ton of tough games with the first game that we didn't finish the game. Was that Tennessee game? So first game we didn't finish like we finish him off. And part of it wasn't just a couple of turnovers a couple of miss shots. Eugene said there were some other things that happened. Like what in the world? You know, I can't say that. But. And we don't finish the game off. But did we play against zone this year? Yes. So we play against a one three one zone, which is a little unusual. Yes. Do we play against pressing teams? Yes. Did we play against teams that trapped the post? Yes. Did we play against teams that play real fast, North Carolina? Yes. Do we play against teams that held the ball and tried to shoot with five seconds left in it? Yes. We did. We play against teams that have one player trying to get thirty five points. Yes. The problem is the kid got thirty five, but. We've got every game. We've played helped us and prepared us for this time. Now how about the injury? You know as much as you don't wanna see that it gave Nick. And it gave EJ their chance to go play and be ready for this moment now, and I'm gonna say this. We don't know who's going to be the hero. What if it's Jamal Baker? What if this dudes in there making shots, and it'll be him? Now, I've told all these guys. If you're listening to the flattery. That's poison. And you're probably not going to be in a position you want to be in because everybody's going to get their chance to play what you do with. It is up to you. The flattery comes out of a wire. Shoot more. You should be you're better than the flattery is to make you feel good, and enable you it's poison and it never is. Hold them accountable. Keep it real. It's always that other stuff. And I told him, you know, you gotta deal with it. You got to be able to deal with the flattery. No, it's poison and don't drink it. You can nod your head. And then you move on this team. Like, I said it may be EJ. It may be Tyler may be cut. Maybe it's Ashton. Maybe it's a manual quickly. Who goes crazy? And we're all like, wow. The whole year was to prepare Emmanuel for this moment. Now. Let's see what happens you, gene. Thank you for the call. We'll get to a break the UK healthcare John Calipari show, and we'll be right back. Hello. I'm Melissa.

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"duckie" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"duckie" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Com. Wherever you are. You can get down on your favorite horse and make a bet just by having be a expressed that participant have your number and have your account setup. And this is exciting time of the year is we have all these major preparations leading up to the Kentucky Derby on the first Saturday in may next week. We've got three we have the Tampa Bay derby, the Gotham and the San Felipe bay. They're all shuffling to decide where to go all indoor I taking his horse Instagram on the road to the Gotham to avoid the top two listed right now that being game winner and improbable out of the bathroom barn. Yeah. That was an interesting move by Jerry Allen door for and I'm sure. Owner basket some input into that decision. You know, people say, well, he's Duckie two of the top. Probably the top two rated. Game winner. Improbable? Jerry's Duckie to go back east and. I don't know if that's exactly true. A lot of times a train will feel not ready to meet those horses right now. Let's you know, they've got horses have to get points to get in the starting gate the derby. So maybe the Ford is if we go back back in New York, it's not certainly not as difficult to raise will pick up some points. We'll come back to California. And then we meet these guys. Any the derby? And we'll we'll get an idea of where we are. So I think he's got to remember the chase kind of in the back of your mind when when these guys decide where they're going to run, you know, that old saying Sam with the horse's feet yourself in the best possible company and keep your horse in the worst possible company. And I say that's partly due decision. Here's to is not so much dog. Just avoid those top two game winner in a problem. Yeah. In the boxing world, you want to get your you? Don't wanna get. Sure. Fighter knocked out before he fights for the championship you bring them along. And and make sure he wins and gets the confidence that the horses have to get and find out if they have the distance and the strength to go the Malla quarter on at the derby. So we got the dot com. We got the Tampa Bay derby. And we'll find out in a big race to that Baffert has in game winner and improbable. How do you see it shaping up as of right now? Is there somebody that? You're you're eyeing that that maybe is a decent price that we were not aware of right now. I I really couldn't couldn't say that. That's the case Sam. Seen. I think watching me workouts on XP TV, which is a great source for for following what's happening with these top horses, and and many others on a daily basis and also expressed that we have a link each day, we have horses and their workouts. So you can watch the workouts of horses that are entered today on XP was sorted them out by race. And you could actually go watch them. But watching those workouts in my humble opinion. I like better what I've seen from improbable than necessarily what I've seen from game winner. And that's always a question. A game winners it the two year old camp. That's always the question when you're moving to the three year old season how whether the two year old champions going to mature improve grow get stronger. Get faster whether these. The other two year olds catch up to them when they turn three. And that's always a huge question. Obviously, you know, the case with as we just discussed code of honor. He showed he had ability to and how he's validated that at three. But there was a question there for a while after he ran so poorly in the mutual macho man there was a question of whether he would be able to duplicate that effort. So I I really. This will has as look look great winning. Risen star and in New Orleans coming out of that area of the country. But as far as. Price horse. I can't really put my finger on one you. I wish I could cause I'd love to know. No. I'd love to be able to say, hey, here's a sleeper, and it's going to get the job that I loved to bet myself. But I think the other thing.

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"duckie" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"duckie" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"End up in jail. I'm telling you, do I can't take him. That's your phone tap coming up next. And saying. Baqi duckie. Visit number. With. Becky. One such. Piggybanks? You need a pita. I want to read it. Isn't feeder? Scary. Four. Does your.

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"duckie" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

11:05 min | 3 years ago

"duckie" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"And welcome back here normal pets. I have my guest today. Shannon's spring. Hi, shannon. How are you doing? I am bread. How are you doing? We are doing pretty well. It's been a wild and crazy New Year's. But here we are in twenty nineteen and you are our first interview of the new year. So congratulations and thank you. Thank you. Oh, we're delighted to have you. We actually met at interestingly enough a Sarasota event that was talking about weed you boards. Right. It was actually pretty interesting because I'm not quite sure how our conversation started. But I think right in the middle of the session, we're making our ouija boards and talking about them, and and you turned around, and we started talking about animal communication. So you're perfect for this show is let me let me start off by asking. How long have you been doing animal communication longer than I had realized a have professionally been out of the closet for a year? And I had been doing it on my own without knowing it with my own dogs. So with my own dogs visiting me and dreams having premonitions, and then just practicing with friends pets, and I finally started putting myself out there and getting some real cold cases, that's wild. So I mean, how did you get started? You said dreams and premonitions. But what really led you to understand that? You were an animal communicator is. After I had posted a lot of my own stories on Facebook people were saying, wow, this is really unusual, and it was sort of normal to me. But then I started realizing this is unique, and I was actually talking with a professional psychic who's not an animal communicator, she does human spirits, and I actually do both which sets me apart from some other animal communicators, and she said, Shannon, you're an animal communicator, and you don't yet know it and that got me very excited. And that's when I started signing up to take some medium ship training. Most of my training was with human spirits, and then I also went over to Scotland and studied animal and nature communication, and that's when it really blew wide open. So how do you know that you're an animal communicator? I mean, what was the indicator for your mentors? You that way? Yeah. Absolutely. Because I'm picking up on messages from my own animals and other people's animals. Do you want me to share a story with you? Or let's start with the story. Okay. So I started off actually teaching animal kindness. Classes visit schools we talk all about being kind. To animals, and I was telling a story about my dog Duckie who is a black dog who is in heaven was sharing with kids about how black dogs have a hard time getting adopted how I really miss Duckie. She just passed and within twenty four hours of Duckie passing. I also I saw two rainbow colored orbs like dancing cubes of light in front of me. And that was so exciting to me because I knew it was Duckie coming to this. Then they got kicked up a huge notch. When I was teaching the summer camp. And I was talking about Duckie and was about to introduce a clip on a wildlife communicator named Anna Breytenbach, and as it was introducing this clip, I said, I really miss Duckie. I hear from her all the time, and I turned around to play this clip on YouTube and up out of nowhere came a photograph of my dog Duckie and heaven. I hadn't shoot it up. It wasn't on my home screen. It was a photo. I hadn't seen in years and the kids all started chanting Duckie Duckie Duckie coming down from heaven to tell her mom that she loves her, and we all smiled and enjoyed it. Then the photograph went away the kids would chant her name photograph would reappear and this went on for a good five minutes. And actually have a little snippet of it are on my Facebook page mayor puppy pants, where I had the the kid crying of reenact what happened and we showed the photograph that Duckie my dog from heaven literally came in as a guest speaker to teach animal communication. So your own pets. Are it's nice when they help you out right yet. My dog I have two dogs here on earth. And then my spirit team. I've got nine dogs up in heaven and one of the teachers at school let me practice on her. So we did her dog who had developed some aggression issues. So the way that I knew that I was an animal communicator is because I sat down to talk to animals, and I actually do all of my work so far by photograph. Do I do it in private I tune into their spirit. I listened to some Hemi sync music which aligns the right and left brain. And I start communicating just like I'm having a conversation with you. Now, I have a conversation with the photograph on my ipad of either an animal or human, and I started talking about your dog. And I said I understand that you your personality has changed a little bit. No judgment. We're just trying to figure out. Maybe why you're starting to have some aggression. Can you tell me about that? And the dog showed me poison sign, the, skull and bones. Okay. Well, that's the poison symbol of what is it? That's poisonous in your environment. And she said my food. So I said, well, what food is this? So we ended up getting the food, and it turns out that her food had the phenobarbitol drug in it had the Houston Asia drug. Oh my gosh. Yeah. So the dog was literally eating poison and related this to the mom. So how did the dog notion was eating poison? That's hurts accents. And that's their awareness. And one of the greatest misconceptions that people have of their pets is that their knowledge is limited. They have unlimited knowledge they often recommend supplements to me that they need in their diet and keep in mind that science was one of my subjects. Medical information is not coming from Shannon's bring it's coming from a deeper place. I another dog who was developing aggression issues, and it's because he was going blind. And he said that Jimmy it was like we'll look at my eye and sure enough he was going blind in November's left or right. I, but the dog show me this now, I'm they often tell me what's lacking in their diets. So the messages are coming from them. So how do the messages work is it something that's in your mind that you're hearing from them. Claire audience, clairvoyants and Claire sunshine. So it's a feeling. I hear words loudly images. So the skull and bones was an image. One time a dog was showing me that there was domestic violence in the house, and he gave me both an image. The sometimes we'll dress themselves up in costumes to represent emotions. So they're not literally wearing these costumes, but I had a dog one time appear to me in a night costume, and he was flipping up and down the mask, and I said, well, what's that about? And he said danger danger. There's danger everywhere. And then audibly heard check the husband's. Okay. So they know us better than anybody knows us. That's something. Also that people don't understand that our dogs really kind of. No, excuse me. Not just I say dogs a lot because I'm a dog mom, all I'm speaking of all animals here. So please know that you can substitute any animal. I don't mean to be species. Okay. It's a real term that I learned myself. So that's a real thing that they know things about our past. They know our hopes and dreams that can also sometimes give us the best life advice we've ever gotten. It's really pretty wild. Once you understand that energy is energy. Whether it's a bird turtle tree or a human being that energy never dies. It's like downloading information from cloud. So I get my information and symbols words messages, sometimes songs movie titles cartoon characters. Yeah. You said you do I have recently acquired a tortoise name is Artemis. And it is like having a little old cranky person living in the house. Not to talk to you afterwards. There are very unusual. So all species. So it doesn't matter if it's reptile a rodent or canine. They're all communicate. It doesn't matter. And it's fact it's funny at the same time that I met you I met a woman who had a turtle and she said to me, can you do a turtle, and I caught myself, and I quickly answered the question correctly and said, I don't see why not and there's actually a video about that on my website, Shannon's spring dot com that the turtle would actually one of my most interesting cases, and I had to get over my own judgment of thinking that a turtle wouldn't have as much to say as maybe a dog or a cat. And boy was I wrong. And I always ask my clients to give me a few questions to ask of their animal's. I only ask the most basic of questions of them. So that I'm not gaining information other than their name the photograph their age and who lives in the household. That's basically all I ask. And of course, what is the challenge if they're having a challenge. What is the challenge not ask clients to provide me with some questions that they have of the animals one of the questions that I ask him all the animals, regardless of. How happy they are. But they need happier. Turtle and the mom wanted to know. What is he need to be happier? And how does he feel about his dog? You've got your dog talking minor loudly chewing in the bathroom. I still have a grumble in the background. And there is not much. I can do with them. I can talk loudly, and I can tell you what the turtle kings through and share which is pretty wild. So I asked the turtle I said, what do you? And again, keep in mind. I am talking to my ipad same as I'm talking to you now with the photograph of the turtle in adding very real conversation. And I said what is it that you need to be happier. And how do you feel about your dog siblings? First question, he shows me, a huge birthday party with streamers and balloons, and it had name in our ultra his name for privacy purposes. It said Bert's birthday party. And I thought okay. This is weird. Even for me, this turtle wants a birthday party. This is crazy. Right. Okay. Birthday party. Okay. Turns out it's not so crazy. And then I said, how do you feel about your dog siblings? And he said, I'm not treated equally. I wanna be on the same playing field as the dogs when it be treated equally so I- deliver after tuning into the animals. I then do all of my messages, I deliver the messages the video chat video chatting with the mom. She kinda get some tears in her eyes. And I said, well, what is it? And she said, oh my gosh. I can't believe this. I can't believe he knows. She said Birt's birthday was two weeks ago. And we didn't do anything for him in just last week. We threw a huge birthday party for all the dog. Oh, okay. So it was like, I mean, I love it. Because it's a game for me. It's fun for me. None of the meetings are ever the same. And you think that your turtles feelings didn't hurt because he didn't have birthday party. They did. And I think once you become aware of that sort of the good news and the bad news. The good news is yes or animals are always talking with us all the time. And they know the bad news is I better start paying attention to their feelings more because they really are picking up on all the different things that are going on in the household, which is funny because you see all of these scientists doing these studies as to whether or not animals have feelings or emotions or thoughts, and it's like come on their little behind us. Right. They need to be listening to paranormal pets where we've been talking about animal sentence for quite some time. Now, like, the turtle then continued to give me run for my money because he told me a joke and the joke was on me. I'll tell you it's it's just ironic years and years ago, I went to a human psychic. And she was pretty good. And then at the end, she started laughing, and I was like oh. What's so funny?.

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"duckie" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

10:02 min | 3 years ago

"duckie" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"And welcome back paranormal pets, I have my guest today. Shannon's spring. Hi, shannon. How are you doing? I am bread. How are you doing? We are doing pretty well. It's been a wild and crazy New Year's. But here we are in twenty nineteen and you are first interview of the new year. So congratulations and thank you. Thank you. Oh, we're delighted to have you. We actually met at interestingly enough, a Sarasota events that was talking about ouija boards. Right. It was actually pretty interesting because I'm not quite sure how our conversation started. But I think right in the middle of the session, we were making our ouija boards and talking about them, and and you turned around, and we started talking about animal communication. So you're perfect for this show. So let me let me start off by asking how long have you been doing animal communication longer than I had realized I have professionally been out of the closet for a year. And I had been doing it on my own without knowing it with my own dogs. So with my own dogs visiting me and dreams having promotions. And then just practicing with friends pets, and I finally started putting myself out there and getting some real cold cases. Oh, that's wild. So I mean, how did you get started? You said dreams and premonitions. But what really led you to understand that you were an animal communicator. It's funny after I had posted a lot of my own stories on Facebook people were saying, wow, this is really unusual, and it was sort of normal to me. But then I started realizing this is unique, and I was actually talking with a professional psychic who's not an animal communicator, she does human spirits, and I actually do both which sets me apart from some other animal communicators, and she said, Shannon, you're an animal communicator, and you don't yet know it and that got me very excited. And that's when I started signing up to take some medium ship training. Most of my training was with human spirits, and then I also went over to Scotland and studied animal in nature communication, and that's when it really blew wide open. So how do you know that you're an animal communicator? I mean, what was the indicator for your mentors? You that way? Yeah. Absolutely. Because I'm picking up on messages from my own animals and other people's. Animals. Do you want me to share a story with you or a shorter? Let's start with the story. Okay. So I started off actually teaching animal kindness. Classes my dogs, and I would visit schools, and we talk all about being kind to animals, and I was telling a story about my dog Duckie who is a black dog who is in heaven with sharing with kids about how black dogs have a hard time getting adopted how I really miss Ducky how she had just passed and within twenty four hours of Duckie passing. I also I saw two rainbow colored orbs like dancing cubes of light in front of me. And that was so exciting to me because I knew it was Duckie coming to visit then they got kicked up a huge notch. When I was teaching the summer camp. And I was talking about Duckie and was about to introduce a clip on a wildlife communicator named Anna Breytenbach, and as it was introducing this clip, I said, I really miss Duckie. I hear from her all the time, and I turned around to play this clip on YouTube and up out of nowhere came a photograph of my dog Duckie and heaven. I hadn't cute it up. It wasn't on my home screen. It was a photo. I hadn't seen in years and the kids all started chanting Duckie Duckie Duckie coming down from heaven to tell her mom that she loves her and we all smiled and enjoyed it than the photograph. Went away the kids would chant her name the photograph would reappear and this went on for a good five minutes actually have a little snippet of it are on my Facebook page mayor puppy pants, where I had the the kid kind to reenact what happened and we showed the photograph that Duckie dog from heaven literally came in as a guest speaker to teach animal communication. That's why your pets. Are it's nice. When they help you out right yet. My dog I have two dogs here on earth. And then my spirit team. I've got nine dogs up in heaven and one of the teachers at school. Let me practice on her. We did her dog who had developed some aggression issues. So the way that I knew that I was an animal communicators because I sat down to talk to animals, and I actually do all of my work so far by photograph. Do I do it in private I tune into their spirit. I listened to some Hemi sync music which aligns the right and left brain. And I start communicating just like I'm having a conversation with you. Now, I have a conversation with the photograph on my ipad of either an animal or human, and I started talking about her dog. And I said I understand that you your personality has changed a little bit. No judgment. We're just trying to figure out. Maybe why you're starting to have some aggression. Can you tell me about that? And the dog showed me poison sign, the, skull and bones. Then I said, okay. Well, that's the poison symbol of what is it? That's poisonous in your environment. And she said my food. So I said, well, what food is this? So we ended up getting the food, and it turns out that her food had the phenobarbitol drug in it had the Houston Asia drug. Oh my gosh. Yeah. So the dog was literally eating poison. And I relate this to the mom. So how did the dog notion was eating poison? That's hurts accents. And that's their awareness. And one of the greatest misconceptions that people have of their pets is that their knowledge is limited. They have unlimited knowledge they often recommend supplements to me that they need in their diet and keep in mind that science was one of my worst subjects. Medical information is not coming from Shannon's bring it's coming from a deeper place is another dog who was developing aggression issues. And it's because he was going blind. And he said that to me it was like we'll look at my eye and sure enough he was going blind in November's left or right. I, but the dog show me this they often tell me what's lacking in their diet. So the messages are coming from them. So how did the messages work is it something that's in your mind that you're hearing from them. A clear audience clairvoyants and Claire sunshine. So it's a feeling. I hear words loudly images. So the skull and bones was an image. One time a dog was showing me that there was domestic violence in the house, and he gave me both an image. The sometimes we'll dress themselves up in costumes to represent emotions. So they're not literally wearing these costumes, but I had a dog one time appear to me in a night costume, and he was flipping up and down the mask, and I said, well, what's that about? And he said danger danger. There's danger everywhere. And then I audibly heard check the husband's. Okay. So so they know us better than anybody knows us. That's something. Also that people don't understand that our dogs really kind of. No, excuse me. Not just I say dogs a lot because I'm a dog Mont, all I'm speaking of all animals here. So please know that you can substitute any animal. I don't mean to be species this. Okay. It's a real term that I learned myself. So that's a real thing that they know things about our past. They know our hopes and dreams that can also sometimes give us the best life advice we've ever gotten. It's really pretty wild. Once you understand that energy is energy. Whether it's a bird turtle tree or a human being that energy never dies. It's like downloading information from cloud. So I get my information and symbols words messages, sometimes songs movie titles cartoon characters. Yeah. You said you do I have recently acquired a tortoise name is Artemis. And it is like having a little old cranky person living in the house. Not to talk to you afterwards. There are very unusual. So all species. So it doesn't matter if it's reptile a rodent or canine. They're all communicate. It doesn't matter. And it's fact it's funny at the same time that I met you met a woman who had a turtle and she said to me, can you do a turtle, and I caught myself, and I quickly answered the question correctly and said, I don't see why not and there's actually a video about that on my website, Shannon's spring dot com that the turtle would actually one of my most interesting cases, and I had to get over my own judgment of thinking that a turtle wouldn't have as much to say as maybe a dog or a cat. And boy was I wrong. And I always ask my clients to give me a few questions to ask of their animal's. I only ask the most basic questions of them. So that I'm not gaining information other than their name the photograph their age and who lives in the household. That's basically all I ask. And of course, what is the challenge if they're having a challenge. What is the challenge? I ask my clients to provide me with some questions that they have of the animals one of the questions that I ask him all the animals, regardless of how happy they are. But they need happier. Turtle and the mom wanted to know what you need to be happier. And how does he feel about his dog? You've got your doggy targeting. Minor loudly in the background. I still have a grumble in the background. And there is not much. I can do with them. I can talk loud. I can tell you what the turtle came through and share which is pretty wild here. So I asked the turtle. I said what do and again, keep in mind. I am talking to my ipad same as I'm talking to you now with the photograph of the turtle and adding a very real conversation. And I said what is it that you need to be happier. And how do you feel about your dog siblings? First question, he shows me, a huge birthday party with streamers and balloons, and it had this name in alter his name for privacy verbs is it said Birt's birthday party. And I thought okay. This is weird. Even for me, this turtle wants a birthday party. This is crazy. Right. Okay. Birthday party. Okay. Not so crazy. And then I said, how do you feel about your dogs siblings? And he said, I'm not treated equally. I wanna be on the same playing field as the dogs when it be treated equally so I- deliver after tuning into the animals. I then do all of my messages, I deliver the messages the video chat video chatting with the mom. She kinda get some tears in her eyes. And I said, well, what is it? And she said, oh my gosh. I can't believe this. I can't believe he knows. She said Birt's birthday was two weeks ago. And we didn't do anything for him in just last week. We threw a huge birthday party for all the dogs. Oh,.

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"duckie" Discussed on V103

V103

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"duckie" Discussed on V103

"Okay. Thank you. That sounds good. This is Andrew, but the news everybody, a judge in Nashville, Tennessee has ruled that a white police officers fatal shooting of a black man who was running away from him. Last. July was not a justifiable use of lethal force twenty five year old Daniel Hamburg was carrying gun, but he was running away not towards officer, Andrew del key. And just says it had no reason to shoot him. So he says Duckie's criminal homicide case will be going to a grand jury in Davis. Who shoot someone who is running away from him shoots them in the back and kills them needs to be held account. Delk was looking for stolen cars. But that after checking Hamburg's finding that it was not stolen not stolen that officer tried to make an arrest anyway. And dash Cam video shows Duckie shooting Hamburg twice in the back. And once in the head says he feared for his life. The governor Tennessee Bill Hasham's granted as decorative clemency to woman named Toya Brown, a young African American woman whose case you may have heard of right here since he's been serving a life sentence for killing a man when she was only sixteen who paid to have sex with her her supporters say Sinn Toyota was a victim. She was homeless. She was alone. She was used by human traffickers and she killed a man in self defense. She had hosted people all over the country championing her case and kunia Rajan and Kim Kardashian governor has some says it in this case imposing a life sentence in a juvenile that would require her to serve at least fifty one years before being eligible for Berle. Is much too harsh. The White House says that President Trump will address the nation tonight in primetime at nine o'clock with the partial government shutdown a congressional impasse over the border wall. Now in its third week. There are now reports of long lines at airports, by the way, some of the unpaid airport personnel. TSA people calling in sick, the partial government shutdown, by the way could affect millions who rely on food stamps to feed their families the food stamp program is run by the department of agriculture, which is one of the departments. That's not getting funded. The IRS still says it will get those tax refunds out Oscar winning actor Kevin Spacey pled innocent yesterday to charge concerning alleged sexual assault stemming from an encounter in Massachusetts bar years ago R Kelly says he hasn't washed that controversial documentary that everybody's talking about. But he says he's doing everybody. And finally, it's national man watches day..

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"duckie" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"duckie" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"Yeah. Yeah. On weighing. Thirty pair me LA Hanley the Milwaukee Lang's of any twenty mini minute. Twenty to go here in third quarter on a beautiful pass play from hunter ho all the way down though and Tron dog and then hitting slut me in the end zone for the rather hitting an fron dog near wait a minute. I forget what happened run and dog down around the three men and then running it in thorns quotas for the touchdown and brings us to thirty one to ten score. That is if I'm not mistaken at they've starts in his eighteenth nineteenth touchdown run of the season clients coming out. Now, they got Saito back to receivers and tight on either side of the nineteen guard line first and ten no walking lines. Everybody up in the line. They got nobody deep. Here's the run do to Wayne light-touch dropped for a big big loss. Bobby Duckie, making a tackle. You know, the LA ten not even playing for the past while they're really Jack. They are everybody on the line hall doing. Playing that run. And I mean, it may very well be the lions going to probably try to run now because we're in a shotgun formation. They got three down linemen the lines got four wide receivers. It looks like points. Gonna try to throw in a Bali hit incomplete. Pass hit at the ten yard pass is incomplete. And it was it was the right site in Bobby Duckie not gonna ball out of his hands at brings up a third down and third down at twelve here down fourteen for the lines the bottom the fifteen yard line. Parents motion guys three wide receivers the side long count Habur.

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New York, Jessica Schneider and Donald Trump discussed on Red Eye Radio

Red Eye Radio

01:22 min | 3 years ago

New York, Jessica Schneider and Donald Trump discussed on Red Eye Radio

"Not settle steve kastenbaum new york at and t and time warner have completed their merger word comes two days after a judge dismissed government objections that the merger would harm consumers at merger could shape the way viewers stream tv and how much they pay well justice department inspector general's report is condemning james comey for his lack of oversight in the hilary clinton email investigation the false call for publicly announcing that decision to reopen the probe jessica schneider reports the time then candidate donald trump seized on the news that the investigation was reopened i have great respect for the fact that the fbi at the department of justice are now willing to have the courage to write the horrible mistake that they made hillary clinton has blamed komo's announcement on october twenty eighth in part for her election loss saying the damage was already done by the time the fbi announced nothing more had been found on november sixth two days before the election duckie's attorney general filing a lawsuit against walgreens accusing the company of playing a dual role in supporting an opioid epidemic in the state i'm elliot francis yesterday i got a call from the irs they say i owe them over sixteen thousand dollars i don't have that kind of.

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Los Angeles, Stephen Reinhardt and President Carter discussed on Wake Up Call

Wake Up Call

00:53 sec | 3 years ago

Los Angeles, Stephen Reinhardt and President Carter discussed on Wake Up Call

"Am six forty more stimulating talk one of the nation's most liberal federal judges his died in los angeles judge stephen reinhardt sparks some outrage in two thousand and two when he ruled that it was unconstitutional to include the words under god in the pledge of allegiance reinhardt was appointed to the bench by president carter in nineteen seventy nine before that he served as an la police commissioned member and he was an informal adviser to mayor tom bradley he died of a heart attack yesterday he was eighty seven a couple of juvenile great white sharks have been spotted in dana point so this is the time of year when we get little baby duckie's little baby rabbits and little baby chicks and now we have a little baby sharks local photographer matt lauer lahrmann managed to get both of them in as he looked at him with his drumming though is probably in the six to maybe seven foot range so it's still relatively small for a great white but that's big enough to scare me.

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Metamorphosing Caterpillars

Ear Snacks

01:25 min | 4 years ago

Metamorphosing Caterpillars

"The letter also cocoons are for moths and chris lewis's are for butterflies what's in here kristen us as a case of less you describe it what does it look like to you you were color it's brown that's interesting how big is it is it bigger than in your some so it is smaller than your some is bigger than your nose i think it's about i'm plunked and like an interesting on how is it attached to the bridge how does it

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