19 Burst results for "FIV"

NGINX Service Mesh with Alan Murphy

Software Engineering Daily

12:44 min | 11 months ago

NGINX Service Mesh with Alan Murphy

"Allen Murphy. Welcome to the show. Thanks Jeff thanks for having me you were with F. Five beginning back in two thousand five. This was about fifteen years ago. Described the load balancer market. When you started at the company it was all hardware. I mean it was big big iron big volume the bigger the better our customers back then were founded two camps. They were either colocation a data center. They were running their own but either way to customers who were buying a five hardware or aggregating tons of data through those boxes so we dealt with a lot of really high volume clients and then a lot of more geographically distributed technology like global s to be able to distribute traffic between multiple data centers in Colo but it was all just massive ingress single point. Traffic Win was there. This industry shift from physical load balancing infrastructure toward in augmentation of the software based load balancing. I think the big shift came. I guess the first indication that shift was coming was when Colo's and data center companies started offering more segmented in granular services companies like rex basis. Great example they did a great job. Kind of changing the market away from single point service single point entry to more virtualization distributed services. So there's definitely a movement at the data center level back then or maybe around two thousand ten two thousand nine hundred like that but the big shift. No question was cloud and it was the reliability the stability in the cost and accessibility associated with cloud. And that immediately flip the switch of conversation from hardware to software and from single point aggregate traffic management to distributed traffic management and did that causing the other downstream effects in the market like as we went from physical load balancing to software based load balancing. Sure I think it solved too big right. I should say introduced to big changes to the way companies handle their application infrastructure. One was that the more you software if you use that as a verb Maurice software the more granular. They can start managing their traffic so instead of just having his front door service that we used to call the bigger hardware aggregation point instead of having a front door service. They could start managing traffic managing that door. So that kind of that first step gate closer and closer to the APP so further down the stack. I think that was a huge downstream. Change that moving to software naval virtual leising traffic management itself enabled and then I think the second one was the change of ownership so before they were typically one or two teams that were responsible for all of the traffic management functionality because they handled it all in that shift to software in that desegregation of the application stack of the services of the traffic management brought new teams into managing traffic. And today. We're we're talking with devops. You know down in the weeds. Day to day development engineers who have to deal with traffic management so huge changes downstream and the shift to software define networking was this all managed by commodity infrastructure or. Were there still specialized types of servers that needed to be used to host the load balancing and networking infrastructure. As things. Move to the cloud? I think it came down to what type of traffic was being managed. I think commodity whether it's hardware-software commodity for your run of the mill. Http traffic can absolutely be handled by a number of different services in different form factors in different locations and environments but when we talk about very specialized traffic management or the the function of that traffic management. You start to see less and less commoditisation. So if we're talking about their application aware traffic management for what we now call. East WEST TRAFFIC SERVICE TO SERVICE. Traffic for micro services. There's still a level of awareness and understanding environment the kind of moves it out of the commodity requirement or commodity bucket. And then if we're talking about really specialized traffic for service providers for financial institutions that have kind of their own way of formatting traffic of passing traffic but also traffic reliability. I think they're still absolutely a need for specialized components whether again those are hardware-software on Prem cloud doesn't matter the the more specifically towards the application need the more will still need specialized very very fine tuned application delivery software hardware. I do want to eventually get to a discussion of modern software defined traffic networking and Specifically Service Mesh Conversation. But since you've worked in this area for for so long and you've interacted with a lot of different client basis. You just mentioned that different verticals might have different needs for the hardware. Perhaps the software that they use to manage their networking infrastructure so financial services for example. Tell me more about how different verticals might have different needs for the networking infrastructure? Sure we definitely say it again if we're talking hardware software but it's a really interesting space to kind of zero in on what those differences are talk about a couple of examples so financial fintech fencer. Those companies are very very dependent on insanely high reliability. And it makes sense right. We need low. Latency high volume transactions for things like economic trading. We need the ability to embed security controls into the application language itself. The application traffic language so Fintech. They're very focused on something like low latency high availability if you look at service provider kind of four g historic service provider also very concerned with low latency but massive massive volumes of very large types of traffic. So we're talking about over. The top providers companies like Netflix need to distribute their content over service provider network those companies that service providers are very very focused on high resiliency high availability. But for much much bigger larger traffic patterns than you'd seen Fintech for example five G. brings a whole different scope to that because now we're talking about pushing services closer to the edge containerization still that high volume but now the ability to carve out that traffic in a different way that we would in a traditional infrastructure I think healthcare is another very interesting one because security regulations government control over that data or rather government control over how that data is used in access is paramount. Way also talk a lot about remote working when we're in healthcare prior to everything that's going on today. We talk a lot about big big software components that need to reside on site but they need to communicate back to a centralized secure cloud environment. So then we're talking about regulations and how to keep data sandbox and highly secure. So it's really really interesting to these. Larger verticals do have these different traffic necessities that require either specialized components or at least very their application aware components and F. Five. Now is the owner of engine necks. And we'RE GONNA be talking somebody today. You've spent considerable time working at F. Five as well as in genetics and both of these companies are heavily used products to define the the networking infrastructure for different companies so it. Fiv historical application has been the hardware load balancer. But it's moved into a lot of different software services that are required for networking. Dns infrastructure in. Genetics has been used as an edge proxy for a long time cashing infrastructure reverse proxy ing. Load balancing. I like to understand the acquisition from your point of view when f five acquired engine X. Why did that acquisition make sense? As you mentioned I was at the genetic side when acquisition happened from the moment I was super excited. It made complete sense to me when I left at five. Had been there for about ten years as you mentioned so let's in two thousand fifteen and the F. Five culture at the time was very much focused on helping customers support their software their drive the software and it was an exciting time at five but at the same time there was also this kind of internal understanding that hardware is still an important factor absolutely drives a lot of the customer requests and we still have those verticals that we talked about like service provider in two thousand fifteen when I left him of two genetics. It was a great opportunity to focus on as you mentioned the exact opposite side of that coin which is one hundred percent software but also one hundred percent. Devops an application focused deployments so all of our customers engineers were focused on application level. Reverse proxy and embedding that reverse proxy functionality. As literally close to the APP as you can get in today. We'll talk about sidecars a few minutes in that regard but it was very much focused on software. Only get the packet to the APP and then let's figure out how to handle it soon as it gets into our environment and software space so when the acquisition happened even with that kind of four year gap between Lena Five and then rejoining it made perfect sense to me because it kind of melded. The Best of those two worlds but also filled gaps where f five is predominantly hardware. Front door service with Dr. The software engineer was virtually one hundred percent software but starting to deal with kind of higher level network in order. That things like containerized networks. Bring in so that being able to put those two together of hardware network deep history understanding software application delivery deep industry understanding. Bring those together. It just filled both gaps so eloquently so perfectly made perfect sense and I was super excited to come back into F. Five with that software mentality and win that acquisition happened. You help build out some of the strategies for integrating with cloud providers and this is an interesting strategic task to build. Because you have these these gigantic cloud infrastructure providers that are to some extent providing commodity services in. And then you have. They have their specialized services that they built as well. But there was this huge reorientation while the orientation reorientation in the Industry. That's still going on. For how companies that are not cloud providers companies that are not these gigantic infrastructure providers integrate with the cloud providers tell me about defining the strategy for F. Five to integrate with cloud providers. I can speak first to the engineer strategy in the work that we did there in my role when I first joined in. Genetics was to help design some of that from the technology perspective. So what are the where the technology roadblocks? What are the hurdles? We need to get around what we need to provide those cloud providers from the genetic space and we were very fortunate because we had such a huge market awareness and breadth of deployment at engine X. Pretty much everybody in the world is using in genetics. So that in itself was driving questions back to us of. Hey we're moving our infrastructure into aws for example or GCP. We WanNa take that same functionality of genetics into that environment so on paper it was a literal transition. You're running engineering software on PREM PICK IT UP and move wherever you want still works today and we had so many customers who follow that model but at the same time we also had customers as you mentioned who are coming to US insane. Were either trying to build more intelligence into the cloud platform. We don't want to do just lifting shift or we WANNA consume some of the tried and true in Jenex resources through a consumption based model in the cloud so we had as you'd expect a really really strong marketplace offerings and all the cloud providers to someone could purchase genetics in a consumption based model. That was fine but we also spent a tremendous amount of time working with those providers on what value can engine x. Helped bring them in today. Some of the the largest platform tools incorporate engineering a lot of people use genetics without realizing its genetics. Because we have that flexibility and

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"fiv" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"fiv" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Or what I'm gonna breed FIV from now on. And the reason why this is so important to know about is because if you own a cat, I want you to beware of which your cats f- IB status is now about fifty percent of the patients that I end up seeing in the ER our cats and oftentimes shot that pet owners have no idea. What they're FIV status is on their cat. That's the equivalent of you not knowing. If your partner has HIV, very, very similar virus. Now there's a really easy test for this. And if you adopt a new kitten, or Dopp, the new cat, you always have to make sure that your cat is tested for feeling Kimia. What we often called. F E LV and FIV feline, immunodeficiency bibles. And again, this is really similar to HIV. This is a super easy. Really rapid blood test. And I always recommend doing at least two tests within the first few months of adopting, your new cat. It is really, really infectious and we'll talk about specifically what it is. But you always wanna make sure that your cat is tested for this before you bring a new cat to the household now feline, immunodeficiency virus, or again, FIV is a contagious virus that attacks the immune system again, it's really similar to HIV in human medicine. The good thing is FIV is not contagious to humans at all. So you don't have to worry about that. But unfortunately, it's extremely contagious to other cats, the FIV virus spreads through the body and actually reproduces in the t lymphocyte cell, which is a white blood cell. It ends up spreading the left notes, and it can rapidly progress, unfortunately, just like HIV, it makes a cat, much more at risk for getting infections. Because it makes them immunosuppressed. What's the good news though? Unlike feeling new Kimia, which has a much graver or worse prognosis, the prognosis for long term survival for FIV is much better just like how humans can live with HIV for years, unfortunately, it will ultimately progress to as well. Same thing with FIV cats can live with FIV for many, many years. I've actually even seen fifteen to eighteen year old cats with FIV, but unfortunately, they will also succumb to death from the disease or secondary infection, normal healthy cats can fight off bacteria and viruses, and parasitic infections. But FIV cats because of their immunosuppression end up, succumbing to some of these diseases now, depending on where you live in the world FIV is found worldwide. It's much more common in cats go outside in that are young or male cats. And that's because male cats like to scrap around this is one of the reasons why I'm such an advocate of keeping cats indoors. Not only does. Prevent a visit to the ER vet, but it also protects them from infectious disease while also helping protect our wild birds out there to now. It's estimated that over two point five million cats in the world have FIV it's much more prevalent in the Asia Pacific area the world as compared to North America. But specifically in the United States, it's estimated that approximately one point five to three percent of healthy. Cats are f- I've e- positive now again, if you have a healthy cat, keep in mind, it can live with FIV for years, but you may need to make more frequent vetnar visits to your general practitioner. Now, what I end up seeing in the ER vet are sick cats and unfortunately, with sick cats or unhealthy cats, the prevalence of FIV is higher is estimated to be fifteen percent. So in previous episodes, we've talked about how you can save more money in the ER vet. Well, I'm gonna tell you the first step, you should always do if. Your cat presents the -mergency room is request a Phelan Kimia FIV tests. And the main reason why is because if your cat test positive for EFI LV, or FIV you may want to talk to your veterinarian or emergency veterinarian about what the prognosis is now how is five e spread via spread predominantly by cats fighting again another reason why so adamant about keeping cats indoors just because they minimize the risk of actually getting it. Because cats always fight when they see another cat now, I will get on my soapbox and say, if your cat is positive for FIV or F. E L V. It is ethically imperative that you please keep your cat indoors. That's because they can spread it to another cat out there. So again, if you're ever test positive, I wanted to make sure you keep your cat indoors. Now, transmission of FIV again is spread mostly through saliva? But it can also pass through blood through the placenta during pregnancy. Or bisexual transmission? This is one of the reasons why before we actually give a blood transfusion to your cat. We always make sure to EFI v or FIV tests, that blood donor while FIV contagious. Please know that cats can live peacefully together. In other words, without fighting are less likely to spread it to each other within a household. In other words, if one of your cats was just diagnosed with FIV, and he doesn't fight with your other cats in the household. It's totally fine for your cats to get along with minimal risk to your other cats. However, if your cat fights with the other cats that's going to be an issue, because it can be contagious to your other cats. One in doubt, talk to a veterinarian about this. I did want to give you some peace again. I'm going to mention FIV is not infectious to humans. Unfortunately, cats that are affected by FIV end up getting inflammation in their body. The end up getting too much inflammation in their central nervous system too much inflammation. In their intestines or even their mouth or gums. They're more risk for recurrent infections of the is upper respiratory infections, immune, mediated problems or even skin or kidney problems, one of the most common signs at I actually see per catch with FIV is actually severe ginger Vitus. So if you notice that your cat has recurring severe bad breath or is diagnosed with ginger Vitus at your vet. It's worth getting an FIV test just to make sure we'll continue with this really important topic. Right after these messages from our sponsors as vetinarian in a dog owner, I can say it stinks having an itchy dog. My own dog has at a p the equivalent of hay fever. So I totally understand having an itchy dog for once the saying smells like a dog is a good thing. Checkout pets our kids twos. All natural shampoo..

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"fiv" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"fiv" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Of that hormone. So like the FIV tests that we just talked about the BNP snap test is a test that can look at elevated levels of that BNP hormone in the body. And we know we associate high levels of that BNP hormone is secreted into the bloodstream when those underlying heart disease. So if you have a patient that comes in with breathing difficulty this five or ten minute test can help you quickly determine is that patient one that isn't risk and concerning for heart disease, and I should think about diorite six and other heart specific medications or is that test normal, and I should say to myself. Well, maybe that breathing difficulty is because of fluid around the lungs or pneumonia fluid in the lungs or infection. And there's actually a commercial test for this a cat specific feline NT pro beyond tests that's been available now for years, and there have been lots of. Clinical studies that look at this to help determine again that breathing difficulty patient are they in heart failure, and we should use heart medications or are they in lung disease failure, they have pneumonia. Do they have fluid around their lungs, and I need to consider other testing or other treatment because these patients can be quite critical and seconds and minutes can matter such important information again work with your emergency veterinarian and asked them upon questions of what tests are absolutely needed. I will also educate pet owners out there. You don't have to pay for all these tests are certain tested are more important than others. So work with your veterinarian, especially if you have financial limitations, I will say, my go-to and probably GARRETT'S go to for any sick dog and cat is always a complete blood count in chemistry panel the other tests, we may or may not do depending on the situation or what signs your dog is showing. I will say it's really important for us to find out. What's going on? But we can also work with your veterinarian the following day, depending on how stable your dog is Dr packing any last tips us with. I'm just going to go with what you said, many veterinarians, I hope most if not all veterans wanna work with you. Our primary goal is to treat the patient, and we will work with whatever financial limitations. We have we will help you prioritize tests. I routinely tell clients in an ideal world here are the series of tests that I would recommend. I'm going to help you prioritize which ones I believe are the most important could.

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"fiv" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"fiv" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"We're talking about FIV and how we can make sure to protect our cats from this. We are also talking about what the virus is how immuno suppresses the body. And unfortunately, how it does ultimately result in the device. Your cat. The good thing is again cats can live with FIV for several years if not one or two decades. So how do we diagnose FIV like I mentioned briefly before there are several blood tests for FIV, and it's a really common easy blood test that most vets can do right in the clinic. So if you just adopted a kit in or new cat before you, take them home, bring them straight. You're veterenarian in requests an F F I B test. Now oftentimes. Some animal shelters will test a cat for EFI or FIV before they adopt that cat out. I always think this is really really important because it's not fair to a new adopted family. If they just adopt a cat with a disease that's infectious. So always make sure you know, the status of your cats f or f I b test now when it comes specifically to the F I V tests. It's actually a test called an Elisa test. It's testing for antiviral antibodies that's different than the feline leukemia tests which actually test for antigen, not antibody. Why is this important to know? It's important to know because kittens that have been exposed to their moms blood through pregnancy may test FIV positive, but later body will actually convert or what we call Ciro convert that FIV to a negative state months to even years later. So if a kitten wish just diagnosed with FIV. I usually retest them every three to six months for at least a year to see if they truly have the disease or not now, I know I've talked a lot about EFI LV or feeling Kimia. Also, you have to be aware that FIV is very very different from E LV feeling new Kimia or EFI LV is much more devastating. And unfortunately that one typically results in really severe anemia MIM foam, a- leukemia or even bone marrow. Suppression in really, young cats. It is also very contagious, and it's spread mostly by saliva. Unfortunately, by the time, a cat is diagnosed with feline leukemia. They typically only live a few years as compared to FIV where they can live for decades or longer. It's also important to remember that feline leukemia is way more contagious to your cat. So that catch should ideally be isolated forever and kept in. Doors only if you have a bunch of cats, I actually recommend just keeping that feline. Leukemia cat alone in one room. That's how contagious it is. So how do you prevent your cat from getting FIV the best way of preventing? It is to do all the screening and testing at the animal shelter or at your veterinarian before you even Dopp that cat before you bring that new cat into the household again. This is a must do tests. Just like with a new partner you want to know if they have HIV same thing with a kitten. You wanna make sure that they are f- IB negative. If your cat is negative fantastic. But if they are positive again, you wanna make sure that you're minimizing fighting with indoor cats or you're keeping them indoor only to make sure they're not spreading it throughout the neighborhood. If your cat was just diagnosed with FIV, don't worry too much. It is important to be aware of it's important to notify your veterinarian of that, especially if you ever change vets if you go into the ER, it's also important that you tell them that your cat was diagnosed with FIV..

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"fiv" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"fiv" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Back everyone to the Dougie diva show, and we are here with Monica late in the president of professional pet sitting. And she's got a great pet tip of the week this week. I myself, no, I took my girls in for their annual, and they all had to go through the heart worm prevention, you know, for the test for that. And of course, we're all we're all good. And then I don't know people understand the importance of hardwork work prevention. Can you let talk about that? I mean, I know hardware prevention has been around for a long period of time. But it it's amazing to me that, you know, clients come in. And they're just I don't know if we don't talk about it as much as we used to. But they're saying oh my gosh. I didn't even realize that you know, I had to do that. Or no, they're not on something and. It's really really bad disease for your Pat toget- heartworms are transmitted through mosquitoes. So if your pets outside going to the bathroom, or are you gonna mosquito in the house any kind of bike can transfer the larvae of the heart worm if that larvae is found inside that mosquito? We do have a high prevalence in our area. Of course, you know, all over the US pets are getting heartworms. There is a great organization that really compiles all these results that I always like to share a just to let them know, you know, that it is really prevalent, and you can go to the website and look in your area and your specific county for the entire US in through Canada to see exactly how prevalent heartworms are your tick borne diseases like your wines disease in a plasma says also for cats, it'll tell you the problem. Feline leukemia and FIV in your area. And also tell you the prevalence on internal parasites..

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"fiv" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"fiv" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Everyone to the Doug Davis show, and we are here with Monica late in the president of professional pet sitting. And she's got a great pet tip of the week this week, I myself. No, I just took my girls in for their their annual, and they all had to go through the heart worm prevention, you know, for the test for that. And of course, we're all we're all good. And then I don't know people understand the importance of work prevention. Can you talk to us about that? I mean, I know hardware prevention has around for a long period of time. But it it. It's amazing to me that clients come in. And they're just I don't know if we don't talk about it as much as we used to. But they're saying oh my gosh. I didn't even realize that you know, I had to do that. Or no, they're not on something and. It's really really bad disease for your pet to get heartworms are transmitted through mosquitoes. So if your pets outside going to the bathroom, or are you gonna mosquito in the house any kind of bike can transfer the larvae of the heart worm if that larvae is found inside that mosquito? We do have a high prevalence in our area. Of course, you know, all over the US pet circuiting heartworms. There is a great organization that really compiles all these results that I always like to share reclines this to let them know, you know, that is really prevalent, and you can go to the website and look in your area and your specific county for the entire US in through Canada to see exactly how prevalent heartworms are your tick borne diseases like your lyme's disease in plasma says also for cats. It'll tell you that. Prevalence of feline, leukemia and FIV in your area. And also tell you the prevalence on internal parasites..

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"fiv" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"fiv" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Back everyone to the Doug Davis show, and we are here with Monica late and the president of professional pet sitting. And she's got a great tip pet. The week this week I myself. No, I just took my girls in for their their annual, and they all had to go through the heart worm prevention, you know, for the test for that. And of course, we're all we're all good. And then I don't know if people understand the importance of hard work prevention, can you talk to us about that. I mean, I know hardware prevention has around for a long period of time. But it it. It's amazing to me that, you know, clients come in. And they're just I don't know if we don't talk about it as much as we used to. But they're saying oh my gosh. I didn't even realize that you know, I had to do that. Or no, they're not on something and. It's really really bad disease for your pet to get heartworms are transmitted through mosquitoes. So if your pets outside going to the bathroom, or are you gonna mosquito when the house any kind of bike can transfer the larvae of the heart worm if that larvae is found inside that mosquito? We do have a high prevalence in our area. Of course, you know, all over the US pets are getting heartworms. There is a great organization that really compiles all these results that I always like to share clients to let them know, you know, that it is really prevalent, and you can go to the website and look in your area and your specific county for the entire US in through Canada to see exactly how prevalent heartworms are your tick borne diseases like your wines disease. A plasma says also for cats it'll tell you the prevalence of. Feline leukemia and FIV in your area. And also tell you the prevalence on internal parasites..

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Symptoms of Vaccine Side Effects in Dogs

Let's Talk Pets

04:45 min | 2 years ago

Symptoms of Vaccine Side Effects in Dogs

"Is no. Extremely great vaccine. It works very very well. And we've been able to document the literature that this immunity waikele lasts for a long period of time. Whereas for Kalisa virus and herpes virus, the immunity just doesn't last as long, and it's a combination of things that's different target that we're going after a different type of virus. It's more challenging to get that immunity to stay up there. So sometimes when we're seeing in having a conversation with our veternarian, there may be different recommendations for different types of vaccines. So in other words, the veterinary may recommend getting one type of Accion every several years and other type of axion more frequently depending on that cats risk. So another example of how it's important to have a communication with your veterinarian because vaccination is not a one size fits all opportunity. I don't think. Absolutely. And and I would also say if you have concerns you have reservations, I needs to be an open dialogue. So you really need to talk to your vet. And certainly let them appreciate what your worries might be. They may not be founded or they may be founded. And so the only way to really explore that and come up with a solution that you're going to feel comfortable with and that you're gonna feel is gonna give your animal. The best protection that you feel appropriate is to really have a very very open discussion about these risks benefits. Do you have any statistics at hand or in your mind about how frequently these diseases that we vaccinate four appear in our our populations have cats. Well, there are some good data that are actually beginning to come out. And so it's really challenging to oftentimes figure out how frequently they occur because for instance, they're not generally reportable. Right. So we don't know as veterinaries how often they occur unless there are specific studies that look into them. And so it depends a lot on the cat population. So so for some of these types of diseases, it's not unusual for five percent or even higher of cats that are out in an area can. Actually, be infected with these with these types of irises. And so there's a group that is called taxi, and it see a PC, and you can go to that website. And they actually are starting to track feline leukemia and FIV virus status based on certain types of tests. And so that can be a way for those types of diseases to get a better feel for kind of what's happening. But I think the biggest important message here is although some of these viruses may not be incredibly common in our pet population. We certainly when we see them we definitely see them on these unvaccinated animals and the results of these diseases are far more devastating than any possible negative component of the vaccination in my opinion. And I think that you would agree with me. Absolutely. I remember when I was working in clinical medicine saw kitten that had been born Ren shortly after birth had been exposed to pan leucopenia. And so it causes an error, basically it attacks the Serb in the brain. And so this cat could not walk. Properly. It would fall over these are horrible horrible circumstances and situations that happen, and I'm sure every veterinarian has got their stories of what they've seen. So you know, it's really about. How can we do the best for the best number of animals? That's kind of heartbreaking if you think about a twenty five dollar vaccine could have completely changed the outcome for that cat. And I think that happens every day. So I am very very happy that you're with me today to talk about these things because I feel like people trust remorse and internet headlines in making decisions and really the best answer is communication with their veterinarian. Wouldn't you agree? Absolutely. I mean, I think, you know, Dr Google has a place, but we have to be a little bit cautious. Anybody can put information on the internet, and so going to reputable websites if you have questions bringing them up with your veterinarian, I think these are all really important ways of making sure that information, you get is valid and defendable. I have a t shirt that. It says I'm smarter than Dr Google. I love it. It's my favorite t shirt, but it's it's a little bit tongue in cheek. But use the information that you find on the internet to start a conversation and ask do not hesitate to reach out to your veterinarian or retail to

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"fiv" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

Latinos Who Lunch

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"fiv" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

"Anyway, all that to say, I'm just building because we have we have a listener question, and it's titled cast from the past from our friend. We locate he says all FIV Bobby lethal this week. I came across five is new project that is influenced by the films distract the movie gave me so much joy growing up. It was influential and reminding me that joy is something to be shared, and that sometimes it is necessary to break the rules as creative people. I think we all carry with us the inspirations shown in different forms of media. Whether it's film, music, comics, etc. My question for you is what film would you have loved to be cast in which has got us, willow. Tae be. What movie would you would like to be in or would have liked to cast in? There is a movie that has become my favorite movie called nassredine by Lisbon male. And he plays this missionary travels around Mexico and all this people follow him. That is the perfect character that explains all the fucked up Latin necks and leading American ideas, we have behind capitalism. I wanted to be nothing. I will love that character not gay or super fucking gay. Yes. Nothing that Lou. I don't have a movie but TV show one day at a time on. Just because I did like, especially when I was younger like I was a lot like a very outspoken very like anything, my mom would say it'd be like that's a fucking hypocritical. Ousting say, and so yeah, that'd be really cool. That'd be playing it out. But with more confidence in an openly gay that'd be really cool. What will we would? I like to be in. Oh my gosh..

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"fiv" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"fiv" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Welcome back cat lovers. We're here continuing our conversation about vaccination with Dr Jason stall. So are there any other things you've talked a little bit about some sort of immediate side effects from vaccines? And then we've talked about that scene associated sarcoma. Are there any other things that you think my listeners would like to know good bad ugly about vaccinations today? I think one of the things that can be challenging with vaccines is they're all created somewhat differently in that the diseases that were targeting are also different. So for instance, people that have cats may know that in general most people will vaccinate their cats for three key diseases with these are called core diseases. And so that's pan the Capena as we've talked about already herpes virus and Kalisa virus and the vaccine that works for Penn opinion is. Extremely great vaccine. It works very very well. And we've been able to document the literature that this immunity likely lasts for a long period of time. Whereas for Kelly virus and herpes virus, the immunity just doesn't last as long, and it's a combination of things that's different target that we're going after a different type of virus. It's more challenging to get that immunity to stay up there. So sometimes when we're seeing in having a conversation with our veterinarian, there may be different recommendations for different types of vaccines. So in other words, the veterinary may recommend getting one type of acceding every several years and another type of axion more frequently depending on that cats risk. So another example of how it's important to have a communication with your veterinarian because vaccination is not a one size fits all opportunity. I don't think. Absolutely. And I and I would also say if you have concerns you have reservations, I think needs to be an open dialogue. So you really need to talk to your vet. And certainly let them appreciate what your worries might be. They may not be founded or they may be founded. And so the only way to really explore that and come up with a solution that you're gonna feel comfortable with and that you're gonna feel is going to give your animal. The best protection that you feel as procreate is to really have a very very open discussion about these risks of benefits. Do you have any to fix at hand? Or in your mind about how frequently these diseases that we vaccinate four appear in our our populations have cats. Well, there are some good data that are actually beginning to come out. And so it's really challenging oftentimes figure out how frequently occur because for instance, they're not generally reportable. Right. So we don't know as better hearings. How often they occur unless there are specific studies that look into them. And so it depends a lot on the cat population. So so for some of these types of diseases, it's not unusual for five percent or even higher of cats that are out in an area can actual. Be infected with these with these types of irises. And so there's a group that is called taxi, and it a PC, and you can go to that website. And they actually are starting to track feline leukemia and FIV virus status based on certain types of tests. And so that can be a way for those types of diseases to get a better feel for kind of what's happening. But I think the biggest important message here is although some of these viruses may not be incredibly common in our pet population. We certainly when we see them we definitely see them on these unvaccinated animals and the results of these diseases are far more devastating than any possible negative component of the vaccination in my opinion. And I think that you would agree with me. Absolutely. I remember when I was working in clinical medicine saw kitten that had been born Ren shortly after birth had been exposed to pan leucopenia. And so it causes an error, basically it attacks the Serb realm in the brain. And so this cat could not walk. Properly. It would fall over news. Just it's these are horrible horrible circumstances and situations that happen, and I'm sure every veterinarian has got their stories of what they've seen. So you know, it's really about. How can we do the best for the best number of animals? That's kind of heartbreaking if you think about a twenty five dollar vaccine could have completely changed the outcome for that cat. And I think that happens every day. So I am very very happy that you are with me today to talk about these things because I feel like people trust rumors and internet headlines in making decisions and really the best answer is communication with their veterinarian. Wouldn't you agree? Absolutely. I mean, I think, you know, Dr Google has a place, but we have to be a little bit cautious. Anybody can put information on the internet, and so going to reputable websites if you have questions bringing them up with your veterinarian, I think these are all really important ways of making sure that information, you get is valid and defendable. I have a t shirt that. Says I'm smarter than Dr Google. I love it. It's my favorite t shirt. But it's you know, it's a little bit tongue in cheek. But use the information that you find on the internet to start a conversation and ask do not hesitate to reach out to your veterinarian or retail to me. I'm I'm out there on.

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"fiv" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"fiv" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Welcome back cat lovers. Weird here continuing our conversation about vaccination with Dr Jason stall. So are there any other things you've talked a little bit about some sort of immediate side effects from vaccines, and then we've talked about vaccine associated sarcoma. Are there any other things that you think my listeners would like to know good bad ugly about bags nations today? I think one of the things that can be challenging with vaccines. Is there all created somewhat differently in that the diseases that were targeting are also different? So for instance, people that have cats may know that in general most people will vaccinate their cats for three key diseases with these are called core diseases. And so that's Pam the Cassini as we've talked about already herpes virus and Kalisa virus and the vaccine that works for Penn leucopenia isn't. Extremely great vaccine. It works very very well. And we've been able to document in the literature that this immunity likely lasts for a long period of time. Whereas for collegiate virus and herpes virus, the immunity just doesn't last as long, and it's a combination of things that's different target that we're going after a different type of virus. It's more challenging to get that immunity to to stay up there. So sometimes when we're seeing and having a conversation with our veternarian, there may be different recommendations for different types of vaccines. So in other words, the veterinarian may recommend getting one type of vaccine every several years and another type of axion more frequently depending on that cats risk. So another example of how it's important to have a communication with your veterinarian because vaccination is not a one size fits all opportunity. I don't think. Absolutely. And I and I would also say if you have concerns you have reservations, I think it needs to be an open dialogue. So you really need to talk to your vet. And certainly let them appreciate what your worries might be. They may not be founded or they may be founded. And so the only way to really explore that and come up with a solution that you're going to feel comfortable with and that you're gonna feel is going to give your animal. The best protection that you feel as procreate is to really have a very very open discussion about these risks of benefits. Do you have any statistics at hand or in your mind about how frequently these diseases that we vaccinate for appear in our populations have cats. Well, there are some good data that are actually beginning to come out. And so it's really challenging oftentimes figure out how frequently they occur because for instance, they're not generally reportable. Right. So we don't know veterinaries how often they occur unless there are specific studies that look into them. And so it depends a lot on the cat population. So so for some of these types of diseases, it's not unusual for five percent or even higher of cats that are out in an area can. Actually, be infected with these with these types of viruses. And so there's a group that is called cap. See and it see a P C, and you can go to that website. And they actually are starting to track feline leukemia and FIV virus status based on certain types of tests. And so that can be a way for those types of diseases to get a better feel for kind of what's happening. But I think the biggest important message here is although some of these viruses may not be incredibly common in our pet population. We certainly when we see them we definitely see them on these unvaccinated animals and the results of these diseases are far more devastating than any possible negative component of the vaccination in my opinion. And I think that you would agree with me. Absolutely. I remember when I was working in clinical medicine saw kitten that had been born wrench shortly after birth had been exposed to pan leucopenia. And so it causes an error, basically it attacks the Serb elm in the brain. And so this cat could not walk. Properly. It would fall over these are horrible horrible circumstances and situations that happen, and I'm sure every veterinarian has got their stories of what they've seen. So you know, it's really about. How can we do the best for the best number of animals? That's kind of heartbreaking if you think about, you know, a twenty five dollar vaccine could have completely changed the outcome for that cat. And I think that happens every day. So I am very very happy that you are with me today to talk about these things because I feel like people trust groomers and internet headlines in making decisions and really the best answer is communication with their veterinarian. Wouldn't you agree? Absolutely. I mean, I think, you know, Dr Google has a place, but we have to be a little bit cautious. Anybody can put information on the internet, and so going to reputable websites if you have questions bringing them up with your veterinarian, I think these are all really important ways of making sure that information, you get is valid and defendable. I have a t shirt that. Says I'm smarter than Dr Google. I love it. It's my favorite t shirt. But it's you know, it's a little bit tongue in cheek. But use the information that you find on the internet to start a conversation and ask do not hesitate to reach out to your veterinarian or retail to me. I'm.

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"fiv" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

05:11 min | 2 years ago

"fiv" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Back cat lovers. We're here continuing our conversation about vaccination with Dr Jason stall. So are there any other things you've talked a little bit about some sort of immediate side effects from vaccines, and then we've talked about vaccine associated sarcoma. Are there any other things that you think my listeners would like to know good bad ugly about vaccinations today? I think one of the things that can be challenging with Maxine is they're all created somewhat differently in that the diseases that were targeting are also different. So for instance, people that have cats may know that in general most people will vaccinate their cats for three key diseases or these are called core diseases. And so that's pan the Capena as we've talked about already herpes virus and Kalisa virus and the vaccine that works for Pennacchini is now. Extremely great vaccine. It works very very well. And we've been able to document the literature that this immunity likely lasts for a long period of time, whereas four Kalisa virus and herpes virus, the immunity just doesn't last as long, and it's a combination of things it's a different target that we're going after a different type of virus. It's more challenging to get that immunity to stay up there. So sometimes when we're seeing and having a conversation with our veternarian, there may be different recommendations for different types of vaccines. So in other words veterinary may recommend getting one type of vaccine every several years and other type of vaccine more frequently depending on that cats risk. So another example of how it's important to have a communication with your veternarian because vaccination is not a one size fits all opportunity. I don't think. Absolutely. And I and I would also say if you have concerns you have reservations, I think it needs to be an open dialogue. So you really need to talk to your vet. And certainly let them appreciate what your worries might be. They may not be founded or they may be founded. And so the only way to really explore that and come up with a solution that you're going to feel comfortable with and that you're gonna feel is gonna give your animal. The best protection that you feel as appropriate is to really have a very very open discussion about these risks benefits. Do you have any statistics at hand or in your mind about how frequently these diseases that we vaccinate four appear in our our populations have cats. Well, there are some good data that are actually beginning to come out. And so it's really challenging to oftentimes figure out how frequently they occur because for instance, they're not generally reportable. Right. So we don't know veterinarians how often they occur unless there are specific studies that look into them. And so it depends a lot on the cat population. So so for some of these types of diseases, it's not unusual for five percent or even higher of cats that are out in an area can actual. Be infected with these with these types of viruses. And so there's a group that is called cap seeds, and it see a PC, and you can go to that website. And they actually are starting to track feline leukemia and FIV virus status based on certain types of tests. And so that can be a way for those types of diseases to get a better feel for kind of what's happening. But I think the biggest important message here is although some of these viruses may not be incredibly common in our pet population. We certainly when we see them we definitely see them on these unvaccinated animals and the results of these diseases are far more devastating than any possible negative component of the vaccination in my opinion. And I think that you would agree with me. Absolutely. I remember when I was working in clinical medicine saw kitten that had been born Ren shortly after birth had been exposed to pan leucopenia. And so it causes an error, basically it attacks the Serb elm in the brain. And so this cat could not walk. Properly. It would fall over just it's these are horrible horrible circumstances and situations that happen. And I'm sure every veterinary has got their stories of what they've seen. So you know, it's really about. How can we do the best for the best number of animals? That's kind of heartbreaking if you think about, you know, a twenty five dollar vaccine could have completely changed the outcome for that cat. And I think that happens every day. So I am very very happy that you are with me today to talk about these things because I feel like people trust Remer's an internet headlines in making decisions and really the best answer is communication with their veterinarian. Wouldn't you agree? Absolutely. I mean, I think, you know, Dr Google has a place, but we have to be a little bit cautious. Anybody can put information on the internet, and so going to reputable websites if you have questions bringing them up with your veterinarian, I think these are all really important ways of making sure that information, you get is valid and defendable. I have a shirt that. Says I'm smarter than Dr Google. I love it. It's my favorite t shirt. But it's you know, it's a little bit tongue in cheek. But use the information that you find on the internet to start a conversation and asked do not hesitate to reach out to your veterinarian or retail.

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"fiv" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"fiv" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"For instance, they are not generally reportable. Right. So we don't know as hearings how often they occur unless there are specific studies that look into them. And so it depends a lot on the cat population. So for some of these types of diseases, it's not unusual for five percent or even higher of cats that are out in an area can actually be infected with these with these types of viruses. And so there's a group that is called taxi, and it see a PC, and you can go to that website. And they actually are starting to track feline leukemia and FIV virus status based on certain types of tests. And so that can be a way for those types of diseases to get a better feel for kind of what's happening. But I think the biggest important message here is although some of these viruses may not be incredibly common in our pet population. We certainly when we see them we definitely see them on these unvaccinated animals and the results of these diseases are far more devastating than any possible negative. Component of the vaccination in my opinion. And I think that you would agree with me. Absolutely. I remember when I was working in clinical medicine saw kitten that had been born Ren shortly after birth been exposed to pan leucopenia. And so it causes an error, basically it attacks the Serb in the brain. And so this cat could not walk properly. It would fall over mean. It was just it's these are horrible horrible circumstances and situations that happen, and I'm sure every veterinarian has got their stories of what they've seen. So you know, it's really about. How can we do the best for the best number of animals? That's kind of heartbreaking if you think about a twenty five dollars vaccine could have completely changed the outcome for that cat. And I think that happens every day. So I am very very happy that you are with me today to talk about these things because I feel like people trust remorse and internet headlines in making decisions and really the best answer is communication with their veterinarian. Wouldn't you agree? Absolutely. I mean, I think you know, Dr. Google has a place, but we have to be a little bit cautious. Anybody can put information on the internet, and so going to reputable websites if you have questions bringing them up with your veterinarian, I think these are all really important ways of of making sure the information, you get is valid and defendable. I have a t shirt that says I'm smarter than Dr Google. I love it. It's my favorite t shirt. But it's you know, it's a little bit tongue in cheek. But use the information that you find on the internet to start a conversation and ask do not hesitate to reach out to your veterinarian or retail to me. I'm I'm out there on.

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"fiv" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"fiv" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Welcome back cat lovers we're here continuing our conversation about vaccination. With Dr Jason stall so are there any other things you've talked a little bit about some sort of immediate, side effects from vaccines and then we've talked. About vaccine associated sarcoma are there any other things that you think my listeners? Would, like to know good bad ugly? About bags nations today I think one of the things that can be challenging with back scenes is they're all created somewhat differently in that the diseases that were. Targeting are also, different so for instance people that have cats may, know that in general most people will vaccinate their cats for three key diseases or these. Are called core diseases and so that's pound the Capena as we've talked about already herpes virus and Kalisa virus and the vaccine that works for Pennacchini is Nick Extremely. Great vaccine it works very very well, and we've been able to document that, this, immunity likely lasts for a long period. Of time whereas for collegiate virus and herpes virus. The immunity. Just doesn't. Last as long and it's a combination of things it's a. Different target that we're going after a different type of virus it's more challenging to get that immunity to stay, up there so sometimes when we're seeing in. Having a conversation with our veterinarian there may be different recommendations for different types? Of, vaccines so in other words the? Veterinary may recommend getting one type of vaccine every several years and another type of axion more frequently depending on that cats risk so another example of how it's. Important to have, a communication with your veterinarian because vaccination is not, a one size fits all opportunity I don't think absolutely and I and I would also. Say if you have concerns you have reservations I it's needs to be an open dialogue so you really need to talk to your vet And certainly let them appreciate what your worries might be they may not be founded or they. May be founded, and so. The only way to really explore that and come up with a solution that you're gonna feel. Comfortable with and that you're gonna feel, is gonna give your animal the best protection that you feel as procreate. Is to really have a very very open discussion about these risks of. Benefits do you have any to kiss ticks at hand or. In your mind about how frequently these diseases that we vaccinate for, appear in our our populations have cats well there are. Some good data that, are actually beginning to come out and so it's really challenging to oftentimes figure out how frequently they occur because for instance they're not. Generally reportable right so we don't know veterinaries how often they occur unless there are specific studies that look into them and so it. Depends a lot on. The cat population so so for some, of these types of diseases it's not, unusual, for five percent or even higher of. Cats that are out in an area can actually Be infected with these with these types of. Viruses and so there's a group that is called cap. Seeds and it see a p. c. and you can go to that website and they actually are starting to track few I in leukemia and FIV virus status based on. Certain types of tests and so that can be a way for those types, of diseases to get a better feel for. Kind of what's happening but I think the biggest important message here is although some of these viruses may not be incredibly common in our pet population we certainly. When, we see them we definitely see them on these unvaccinated animals and, the results of these diseases are far more devastating than any possible negative component of the, vaccination in my opinion, and? I think that you would agree with me absolutely I remember when I was working in clinical medicine. Saw kitten that had been born Ren shortly after birth. Had been exposed to pan leucopenia and so it, causes an error basically it attacks the Serb elm in the brain and so this cat could not walk Properly it would fall. Over it's these horrible horrible circumstances and situations that happen, and I'm sure every veterinarian has got their stories of what they've seen so it's really about how can we do. The best for the best number of animals that's kind of heartbreaking if. You think about you know a twenty five dollar vaccine could have completely changed the outcome for that cat and I think. That happens every day so I am very very happy that you are with me today to talk about these things because I, feel like people trust Remer's an, internet headlines in making decisions and really the best answer is communication with their veterinarian wouldn't you agree absolutely I mean I think you know Dr Google has a. Place but we have to be a little bit. Cautious. Anybody can put information on the internet and so going to reputable websites if you have questions bringing them up with your veterinarian I think. These are all really important ways. Of making sure the information you get is valid. And defendable I have a t-shirt that Says. I'm smarter than Dr Google I love, it it's, my favorite, t shirt but it's you know it's, a little bit tongue in cheek but use the information that you find on the internet, to start a conversation and ask do not hesitate.

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"fiv" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"fiv" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Welcome back cat lovers we're here continuing our conversation about vaccination. With Dr Jason stall so are there any other things you've talked a little bit about some sort of immediate side effects from back scenes and then we've talked. About vaccine associated sarcoma are there any other things that you think my listeners? Would, like to know good bad? Ugly about vaccinations today I think one of the things that can be challenging with vaccine's is they're all created somewhat differently in that the diseases that were. Targeting are also, different so for instance people that have cats may, know that in general most people will vaccinate their cats for three key diseases with these. Are called core diseases and so that's the Capena as we've talked about already herpes. Virus and Kalisa virus and the vaccine that works for panic opinion is an Extremely. Great vaccine it works. Very very well and we've been able, to document the literature, that this immunity, likely lasts for a long period of. Time whereas for collegiate virus and herpes virus the. Immunity just. Doesn't last. As long and it's a combination of things it's a different. Target that we're going after a different type of virus it's more challenging to get that immunity to stay up there so sometimes when we're seeing and having a. Conversation with our veterinarian there may be different recommendations for different types of vaccines? So, in other words the veterinary? May recommend getting one type of vaccine every several years and another type of seen more frequently depending on that cats risk so another example of how it's. Important to have, a communication with your veterinary in because vaccination is, not a one size fits all opportunity I don't think absolutely and I and I would. Also say if you have concerns you have reservations I needs to be an open dialogue so you really need to talk to your vet And certainly let them appreciate what your worries might be they may not. Be founded or, they may. Be founded and so the only way to really explore that and come up with a solution that you're. Going to feel comfortable with and that, you're gonna feel is going to give your animal the best protection that. You feel is appropriate is to really have a very very open discussion. About these risks benefits do you have any statistics at hand. Or in your mind about how frequently these diseases that we vaccinate, for appear in our our populations have cats well there. Are some good data, that are actually beginning to come out and so it's really challenging oftentimes figure out how frequently they occur because for instance they're not. Generally reportable right so we don't know as veterinaries how often they occur unless there are specific studies that look into them and so it. Depends a lot on. The cat population so so for some, of these types of, diseases it's not, unusual for five percent or even higher. Of cats that are out in an area can Actually be infected with these. With these types of viruses and so there's a group. That is called taxi and it see a p. c. and you can go to that website and they actually are starting to track feline leukemia and FIV virus status based on certain. Types of tests and so that can be a way for those types of, diseases to get a better feel for. What's happening but I think the biggest important message here is although some of these viruses may not be incredibly common in our pet population we certainly. When, we see them we definitely see them on these unvaccinated animals and, the results of these diseases, are far more devastating than any possible negative component of, the vaccination in my, opinion? And I think that you would agree with me absolutely I remember when I was working in clinical medicine. Saw kitten that had been born Ren shortly after birth. Had been exposed to pan leucopenia and so it, causes an error basically it attacks the cerebellar in the brain and so this cat could not walk Properly. It would fall over it's these are horrible horrible circumstances and situations that happen adds a. No I'm sure every veterinarian has got their stories, of what they've seen so you know it's really about how can we do the best for the best number of animals that's kind of heartbreaking if you think about you know. A twenty five dollar vaccine could have completely changed the outcome for that cat and I think that happens every. Day so I am very very happy that you are with me today to talk about these things because I feel like people, trust Remer's an internet headlines in, making decisions and really the best answer is communication with their veterinarian wouldn't you agree absolutely I mean I think you know Dr Google has a place but we. Have to be a little bit cautious anybody can. Put. Information on the internet and so going to reputable websites if you have questions bringing them up with your veterinary and I think these are. All really important ways of making. Sure that information you get is valid and. Defendable I have a t shirt that Says I'm smarter than Dr Google I love, it it's, my favorite, t shirt but it's you know it's, a little bit tongue in cheek but use the information that you find on the internet, to start a conversation and ask do.

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"fiv" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"fiv" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"And then all of a sudden they're like, no, it's not happening. And you just get all these like really hard nose and someone who had helped on right, right on my pilot wrote for the Mindy project. And she told Mindy who had never met before the she? Yeah, check this girl out. She's really funny. Mindy ended up creating or are had idea in mind for this sibling. These siblings to come into the office, put it was only supposed to be three episodes, and so she called me and asked me if I wanted to do it as like a guy. Yeah, like she, I think she's so funny. So talented and restarted doing the episode. Then three turned into nine of the nine turned into a series regular. It was like the greatest thing every actual, you know that suddenly you have steady work for three years. And what's nice people. There was also champions. I love seeing champions as well and NBC, but I was sorry to to find out recently that it's not gonna be renewed for that. How does that feel? What's going on there? I need a hug. Now it's, you know, it's you learn after fifteen years of in in this business that you know it's par for the course are was just so excited to continue on with Mindy and with you know, it was a lot of the same crew, right? Because I came into Mindy project halfway through, so I didn't get to have the full six season experience like, oh, this is perfect, and it was a funny cute show had a lot of heart. It's one of those shows you don't see a lot of anymore. And you know, we had a ten episode run and it just there's so much content out there now, I don't think a lot of people knew existed, but the people that did watch it always always had really nice things to say about it. So I'm proud of what we did. I wish it could have gotten, you know, more time because I had like, how do you stab a show. Oh, at a fan base for that show in ten episodes pretty popular. It's impossible to especially given all the competition that's there and not just TV. I mean, there's so many things taking people's attention. It's like if you don't have some like gangbusters show in like three episodes you're done, it's just like lightning in a bottle sometimes. Yeah. Well, I'm so glad to see, but there's so many other things that you're doing and can do, including your stand up. I really wish we could talk longer, but I'm afraid we're out of time fortune. That's all right. Lovely. It has been lovely. Thank you for joining course. Thank you. That's fortunate fiv stirred. You could catcher in Montreal at the just for laughs festival tonight? Friday and Saturday at passed as if you're in Toronto, you could see your at j. f. l. forty to the September. And that's the key podcast for today. Thanks for listening tomorrow on the show. Actor defeat digs tells about his new movie blind spotting the next time. Love CBC podcasts. Help us make them better. Take our CBC podcast listener survey. Now at CBC dot CA slash podcasts. The quick survey will help us improve your favorite CBC podcasts, CBC dot CA, slash podcasts..

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"fiv" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"fiv" Discussed on RobinLynne

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"fiv" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

17:00 min | 2 years ago

"fiv" Discussed on RobinLynne

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"fiv" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"fiv" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The boys have robert ford and fiv sparks the last call the very last call of the two thousand seventeen world series game seven and as you heard them talk about screaming because it was such a crazy atmosphere there but also because of the excitement first ever world series in astros franchise history and it was more than just a championship it meant so much more to the city of houston the people in that area that region who had been ravaged by hurricane harvey and we had a chance to talk with steve sparks earlier on the show so he joined us in the first hour getting set for opening day today and we asked him about his off season experience and he told us a couple of stories about people wanting to speak to him about how much healing there was in that win for the astros and i remember talking with brad peacock a month after the season and he told us the story of being in vegas at a at a some kind of a table and a guy next to him just happened to be playing cards and was also a houston ian and said my mom lost her house my sister lost her house that win in the world series meant so much to us it was healing it was a opportunity to to find some joy in the midst of so much heartache and also this long process of rebuilding it doesn't just it doesn't just end when the when the rain ends i mean there's there's so many people even when i was there at christmas who are still displaced in waiting for money or trying to figure out how to rebuild and so it's it's a process that takes months and months in many cases and then also years for some people so to have this healing power from the houston astros winning the world series it was so significant and it was great to talk to steve if you missed that conversation part of our podcast of your an astros fan had recommended he talked about being at spring training the addition of garrett cole to the rotation justin verlander getting the start on opening day that massive contract for jose altuve aa that sends a huge message not just to the astros but also to the rest of baseball the reigning al mvp and also what he expects that first time when they're all back together minute maid park the fans have a chance to.

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