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Panic in the Streets
"We're discussing panic in the streets starring. Richard Would Mark Paul. Douglas Barbara Bel Getty's Jack Talents. Zero mastel directed by Eliah Kazan. This is the now playing. Co-host who's fond of Shishkabob Arnie Stewart? And this the CO host. Who Likes High Foreheads Jacob? Well we hope everybody at home is healthy and safe and likely quarantined. No matter where you're listening to us from the world. Yeah at the moment of recording. We are all separated apart. Watching the news is one of the shows that we've taped since this pandemic has hit America. We are hearing reports. There are over sixty thousand cases in America by the time this airs. Who knows but we are thinking about this pandemic and checking in with you. You guys told us you were interested in watching movies about viruses. I don't know about that you know I can understand why some people might be like. I want to turn that off. I don't WanNa think about that. It's scary to contemplate when you turn on the news these days. Yeah but people are I think indulging in it in some ways entertainment as of this recording contagion is the number four movie on Itunes and it has been for weeks and outbreak is in the top twenty five and let's face it. We had to kind of fill out our schedule. The new mutants is punted for the sixth time or something but James Bond got moved black widow. The new saw film fast and furious nine and just a couple days ago when we're recording. This wonder woman. Eighty four half of our schedule for the spring has no release date anymore. Yeah I thought it was going to be a super busy month person July and lots of new releases and now we don't know yes and we didn't really necessarily know how to approach virus movies. Either there are a lot of them and we've covered some of them and you can go find those in the archives. Twenty eight days later and I am legend. All the stand. I did a list. I wanted to see how many we've really done if people wanted to do. A full now. Playing virus retrospective. There's the I am legend trilogy. Starting with the last man on earth in nineteen sixty four. Yeah then Omega Man in seventy one. There's the stand from ninety. Four twelve monkeys. That counts right. Nine Hundred Ninety five definitely twenty eight days later two thousand and two resident evil also two thousand two twenty eight weeks later as well. Yep Yep rise of the planet of the apes and then its two sequels but rise. Came Out in twenty eleven. Dare I add it in the name of the King Two worlds. It might make you sick watching it. And there was someone plotting to release a virus. Yes and they did. That's the thing it's not if they were blinded they released it in the Kingdom of EB World War Z. And Day of the dead bloodline. Yeah I think what's different here because we do want to be sensitive. We're not doing the sensational Zombie outbreak. Type films I mean. We talked about all kinds of viral outbreaks. And we really wanted something that that would speak to. What's going on right now. Though yeah I agree I mean I want a very clear eyed view if you WANNA laugh and enjoy camping ones no judgment but it might seem inappropriate to make light of something that seemed so severe the way I thought about it is. It's more interesting even though we're told. Time and again. These are unprecedented times. Mankind has always dealt with viruses. It has always been a part of our story and it was interesting to think that we could go back through the decades and look at the ways that it was presented on film and how the general public thought about contagion and viral outbreaks. And it makes sense that we would start with panic in the streets in one thousand nine hundred fifty film when we were discussing the Tom Cruise film losing it Stewart. You pointed out that in the eighties. A lot of movies were being set in the fifties because baby boomers who were in their formative years in the fifties grew up and now they were writing films in the eighties so setting them thirty years earlier while thirty years or specifically thirty two years before nineteen fifty. The Spanish flu was out there so a lot of people. My Ninety nine year old grandmother is regaling me endlessly with this coronas. Nothing you should have been there for the Spanish flu. Nine hundred eighteen. Not many of us can say that we were there for that but it does sound awful. It killed a whole lot of people. And Yeah that comes up a lot. But even in the nineteen fifties which is the start. I think of the movie. Sub-genre virus movies kickoff with panic in the streets. Nine hundred fifty s were a scary time. That looked a lot like. Are you know right. Now we're thinking very much about protecting our seniors because they're what's at risk for covert nineteen but back in the nineteen fifties. Hide your kids to let them go to the pool. Don't let him play with other kids because if you do they're gonNA get infantile paralysis. Polio I mean the scare was real people close pools. They didn't let their kids out. He was considered a summer plague. School's out and then all of a sudden just populations of people all throughout the United States would suddenly be hit hard and kids would suddenly lose motor function and only able to breathe when they were put into an iron lung interesting statistic by the way it sounds a lot like corona only two percent of the population actually develop the disease and most of those cases were mild. Most of the people were not left with long term disabilities but it did impact a whole generation. I know my mom believes. She was diagnosed with polio. My Dad's second wife had it. You know the thirty second president. Fdr The reason why he was in a wheelchair he got it when he was thirty. Nine years old. You didn't even have to be a kit. People were living like we were back in. One thousand nine hundred eighty. When this movie came out there was a real field. If you send your kid to the movie theater. He touched another kid. This could happen wasn't until one thousand nine hundred eighty five. When Jonas Salk released his cure which was very controversial he was doing things that scientists disapproved of in order to get that vaccine and it worked one monkey equaled six thousand doses of immunization. And before you know it all the kids got to lead the iron lung and come home and famously. He didn't even keep the patent. It's something that warms my heart. When I think about it he thought it was unethical for anyone to profit from this cure and so he gave it away for free so there was panic in the streets in nineteen fifty and I think the other thing that might have inspired. The onset of movies talking about viruses was the smallpox outbreak of nineteen forty. Seven guy got on a bus in Mexico. City drove all the way to New York City. Didn't feel so well with feverish. The whole time went to Bellevue hospital a week later he died. That was when the doctors realized. Oh my God is smallpox. They had had a vaccine for smallpox for over century but because smallpox was so rare like nobody was immune from it so suddenly everyone. That man had come in contact when the bus was infected and it was being you know across the country so everyone literally was being impacted. Kind of like we are now. Everyone potentially could have smallpox what the government did was they started a big PR blitz. They put out commercials on the radio. Tv magazines go to our free health clinics. They opened them up all over the country. Get your vaccines and so everyone could sing the songs everyone knew about shots and the necessity of getting immune to smallpox. Hollywood jumps on trends. If something is big in the news. They're going to come up with a movie about it and I think that's the movie we're here to talk about today. I'd never heard of panic in the streets until we decided we were going to cherry pick. What is what the best the most iconic virus movie from each decade the fifties through the teens. And you said this is the top one on the list I I. I never heard of this. Yeah nor have I. This is totally new to me. I knew by reputation but I've never seen it either. I do think most people know Elia Kazan. He was a director more famous. Maybe for Broadway the stage but he helped pioneer the method acting. So if you know Brando if you know James Dean if you know all of those leading light actors for the nineteen fifties Elliott. Kazan probably worked with them and got them to be the actors that they were. Yeah I did look up this director and and unfortunately Brando. Unless he's in Superman or the godfather I I got a blind spot for his films as well as James Dean so I recognize. Yeah Kazan oh he's he's actually done some big movies but this one isn't one of his that I've heard of
"mastel" Discussed on KNSS
"Face three will cover expenses, such as masonry roofing and drywall just to name a few mayor Jeff Longwell was very pleased with the efforts of the construction team thus far. Appreciate certainly how fast you've been able to do. And not always the best of weather to cost for phase three comes in at eleven point two million, the constant or now forty nine point nine million just a little over one million under budget, the stadium set to be completed next March the council also approved realignment of McLean boulevard between maple and Douglas. Most of the road will be reduced to two lanes. Rodney price KNX s news. A fifty two year old Wyandotte county sheriff's deputy has been charged with sexual crimes involving a victim under fourteen. Eighteen district. Attorney Mark Duprey said on Wednesday. Michael Mastel is charged with three counts of sexual exploitation of a child one count each of rape and aggravated criminal sodomy. You pre says the investigation Gan last year when the child came forward he says Mastel knew the child but not through his work as deputy last year. Laura Kelly ran her gubernatorial campaign in part on fixing issues at the DCF during her inaugural state of the state address, she called on lawmakers to help prevent the agency highlighted some of Kansas children who died from abuse in the last few years Kelly's budget for the DCF included four million in new funding money, which would go in part towards hiring more than fifty child welfare workers plan is still making its way through the statehouse into Pika. Hope is that more child welfare workers will help prevent more deaths inches, Lucas Hernandez. Evan.
"mastel" Discussed on KNSS
"The three four three nine north park place. First responders reported smoke and flame coming from a one storey structure battalion chief Jim Wilson says wind was a factor in fighting the blaze. Out of turn. So anytime, we get the fire knocked down on the leeward side are all the way. It back up. Two persons were reported in critical condition for others suffered minor injuries. A fifty two year old Wyandotte county sheriff's deputy has been charged with sexual crimes involving victim under fourteen district. Attorney Marc debris said Wednesday that Michael style is charged with three counts of sexual exploitation of a child and one count each of rape and aggravated criminal sodomy to says the investigation began last year when the child came forward he says Mastel knew the child, but not through his work as a deputy increasing cloudiness in the forecast this evening as the night goes on we're going to maintain a gusty south wind here overnight, low near sixty frontal system, starting to bring showers and thunderstorms by Wednesday afternoon that lasts into Wednesday night. Strong to isolate severe thunderstorms may form we could see some heavy rainfall to and our high upper seventies. I'm Cayenne s meteorologist shot for aero more at Kayan assess are Windsor out of the south at twenty three miles per hour. It's mostly cloudy and breezy. Seventy five degrees. These for ninety eight point seven and thirteen thirty that was k- NSS news. I'm Amy Webb. This is which caused number one ninety seven and thirteen thirty AM SS somewhere under the brick and steel of a nondescript building, we've once again made contact with our leader. Hello, everybody. Mark Levin here. Our number eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one become yo New York, the pathetically incompetent, buffoonish mayor. Well, he doesn't want illegal aliens bust into New York City. I guess he was just fulling all these years..
"mastel" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Fred bodmer. I don't know about you. But I hit a pretty rough weekend last weekend. I was outside a lot taking care of the lawn. Raking leaves and I just couldn't stop sneezing. It was right. The end that I realized that the springtime allergies. Hit arrived here to talk with us about that. It's not your Kim Waterhouse. She's an allergy and immunology physician with SSN health medical group in Saint Charles county. Doctor Waterhouse, thanks for joining us. Thank you for having me. So what are we seeing out there? What's making so many of us sneezing runny noses? We have officially started the tree pollen season here in Missouri. How bad can these seasonal allergies kit? It can be fairly severe. So we're kind of at the very start of it. So you're gonna see that levels are going to be increasing every day from here on out till we get to about the middle of may. And then for tree suffers they'll get a little bit of a break, but people who have grass we'll start seeing grass pollen and that'll go to about the beginning of June. So those are the spring allergies. The main culprits tree pollen in grass that has cracked else we need to worry about they not for the springtime. Okay. So can you tell how bad of a season despite be every year we have been seeing an increase in the severity of the pollen seasons in Batu spot to be due to the climate change. Where seeing what's the warmer temperatures in general? The trees are releasing more pollen. The pollen tends to be more potent than what we've seen in years past and the seasons are being longer than what we've seen in the past as well. And that all makes for a worse spring. Allergy season medically speaking what causes our bodies to react to pollen and other substances. When you breathe in the pollen. You can inhale it swallow, Ed or even just touching it it triggers your body to make an allergic antibody that we call. I g e c that pollen and that ide- will bind to an allergic, Sal called Maso, and that Mastel lives and your nose that lives in your lungs that can live in your skin, and it causes you to have symptoms like runny nose sneezing congestion itchiness for people with asthma configure asthma attacks, and some people can even get some hives from it. How severe canal attacks become? Attacks can become very threat for somebody with asthma. They can even be life threatening. I mean, they can lead to a life threatening asthma exacerbation that requires hospitalization for those patients. So what can people do to protect themselves for starters? I recommend some environmental controls, and those are things that you can do at home to try to reduce your exposure, such as keeping your windows closed, both at home, and in your car, I wouldn't recommend watching the pollen counts and on days that you see the pollen is higher very high. I would definitely try to limit them on a time, you're outdoors, and if you are outside at the end of the day, come in and take a shower changing clothes. So you don't continue to expose yourself to that pollen. We're talking with Dr Kim water how she's an allergy and immunology physician with SM health medical group in Saint Charles county. What about medications both over the counter and prescription what's out there? It is that most of the medications we used to treat allergies are now. Available over the counter. So I recommend starting with an anti histamine such as their attack, which you can purchase over the counter. And then I also recommend doing that with a nasal spray and generally recommend starting with Flo. Nays, and if those symptoms are those two medications do not control your sometimes then I'd recommend seeing an allergist gets contesting done talk about if you're a candidate for allergy shots. Is there any prescription medicine that your high on these days? And the two prescription medications that are available are stinkier and singular is a weaker medication that we use kind of as an add on for people with allergies, and then another no spray that's called Athlon it works differently than the Flonase. Does. It's a nasal antihistamine Brezina flonaise as what we call. A nasal steroid spray in general. The nasal steroid sprays work better for allergies. But those are some additional medications we can add on when patients are not being controlled with the over the counter medicines. Waterhouse what do you think about Nettie pots? Are very effective as far as cleaning out, your sinuses, and helping to prevent you from getting a sinus infection, and so I do recommend those. But they won't unfortunately, help you from making the nasal congestion and having the inflammation in your nose. When we need to know about cleaning, Netti pot. So you do make sure when you use Netti pot or a sinus rent that you're using distilled water and not tap water. No, you can get sick. If you're not using the crack type of water, and then you do want to be very diligent with cleaning those things because they can grow mould if they're not cleaned correctly. So I recommend using some distilled water white vinegar and cleaning those and winning them dry. Really? Well. With all these new types of treatments is this a good time or a bad time to have an allergy. Then in general, it probably is more of a bad time. Just because we are seeing increase in the pollen levels and the potency of the pollens. But there are the good news is our lots of medications available that can help treat allergy suffers. I guess is a doctor. You would probably say there's no reason for anyone to suffer anymore with allergies. Correct. I would recommend if you're suffering with allergies. Get into see your allergist and have skin testing done and see if you are a candidate for allergy shots. Those are the most effective long term treatments. We have for allergies. Okay. Once again in Dr Waterhouse in wrapping it up hit some tips again for us to try and control. What's around us? And how we deal with allergies. Watch your local pollen counts and on days that they're very high. Try to limit them on a time, you're outdoors. Come in at the end of every day. Take a shower change your clothes to limit continuing to exposure cells. Keep your windows closed at home in the car. I'd recommend starting with some over the counter medications like dailies are tack and flow basil spray, and if your symptoms aren't being controlled with those medicines than I would recommend getting into see your allergist and get skin testing done. Tell me more about skin testing. What does that involve? Skin testing involves a plastic device that has perks on the end of it. And it's this scratches the surface of your skin, and when it does that it leaves the little drop of individual tree pollen or grass pollen, and that will sit on your skin for a total of twenty minutes. And at the end of the twenty minutes, if you are allergic to that tree pollen or grass pollen, you'll get a high there, and that's how we know what you are allergic to. So generally, you get skin tested to a variety of different trees grass pollen, ragweed and other weeds a diff- Friday of different modes. We also do indoor things like cat dog. And how stocks might are usually all included on the panel skin testing Waterhouse. Thanks.
"mastel" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Have been abused assaulted some even raped who've shared their own stories of just internal turmoil. Heartache and agony over there attacks which are hard to hear. But I'm glad I'm hearing them today. A few of you have said that this minimizes sexual assault the way this is being used as a political weapon. And look, I'm not I I can't I can't judge what happened thirty six years ago. I do not think it's fair to air an accusation thirty six years ago when someone was under the age of eighteen or no crime was reported. And there is no corroborating information don't talk about lie detector tests. They're not admissible in court for a reason. Judge Cavanaugh is not backing down. He said, I didn't even know who this was before the name was announced, and this is categorically false this never happened. Not during high school not ever. And I tell you all you men out there. If you've your teenager, and a lot of people drinking be very careful because I know there are a lot of teenage boys, and I was in high school there. Now, they're all everyone's excited to being a party friend of mine said well, what the heck teenage boys that trying to grab a kiss or something from a girl. Not that's not what she says. It's much different. But my goodness. If you are a young man, you're listening to this show. You better be very careful because even if you didn't do anything you could be accused later on. Very precarious place to be as a man today. Very at every level. It's so unfair. Breath is not backing down. I'm glad to hear that. We have a lot to get to mega Michaela one of sixty five highschool acquaintances who was. Well, believed enough in Brett Cavanaugh to sign a letter attesting to his character. And she joins us. Now. I'm delighted she's with us. Also, Monica Mastel attends church for the cavenaugh and also is another high school acquaintance who signed the letter last week. She also Monaco work with Brett at in the whitewater investigation as well. We heard from Ken Starr earlier. And both you guys are sisters, which has only. Told to me the second which is also interesting. So both of you are sisters. How are you? Monica and Meagan good to have you on. Thank you. How are you? Well, I'm I was sick to my stomach all weekend over this. Because like you judge is known as brat, but as a dear friend of mine and not I'm not as long as you guys have. But whatever twenty eight years, and we were we were young lawyers together in DC, and I just can't say enough great things about him as a person, and as an intellect and as a father, and I am disgusted by this, and Monaco, let's start with you. Just your reflections on where this is going. Well, I wholeheartedly agree with you. He's probably the most ethical person. I know I knew him through my sister's in high school, I was a few years younger than him, but work with them. And obviously would never entrust my daughter to play basketball for him. If I thought anything less of him. I totally agree with you that I think the weights and handled has said, you know, a negative light on the whole process when they should have just. You know, take an action when it came to light six weeks ago, and we wouldn't be in this position. Well, why don't why this vote has to go forward? I looks like she's going to testify on Capitol Hill and breadth said just judge cavenaugh just released a statement saying I'm happy to answer any questions that committee has no problem. Happy to answer any questions. You know, what I was thinking about Monaco's thinking about the girls. He's coached for all these years is basketball. Does the accuser think of the girls his his daughters who oh they were? They were thrilled to have him as a basketball coach. Now, this is out there. Of course, everyone reads, everything it's all Meghan. I I'm I'm so upset by this. And I'm so adamant that the Republicans need to keep this vote on Thursday. Because I know why this is being done at this eleventh hour, it is being done for a reason. And with a purpose. I knew they would pull something at the last minute. This does not surprise me. One bit Meghan. I agree. You know, I stand by that letter. I have known since high school as I said on your show the other night, I met him when I was a freshman, and he always behave. Honourably entreated women, you know, with respect, and I recognize that Chrissy has alleged it, she endured a traumatic event the behavior. She alleges is wildly inconsistent. Behaviour I ever witnessed at that time. And since you know, her or did, you know her I knew her up that when we went to the same pool curling up. But then she went through a different high school than I did and most of the girls that you hung out with and so I really rarely Sar. And I haven't heard her name in thirty five years. Uh-huh. What kind of what kind of person she was what was her reputation? They know any of that because she alleging reputational harm on on brat. So what what was her reputation? Right. You know, what I don't really know. Again, we didn't hang with our buddy has to know somebody has to know what her reputation was in school was she'd known to be truthful on honorable honest about her former boyfriend. I mean, I'm sorry. But if you're going to go there, let's go there because I know a lot of former girlfriends Abrek speak out. And I agree that, you know, to speak out there that she knew well in highschool or dated in high school that that they could ask them, right? Well. Monica when I think about. How this goes down. And how it's how it's used to bludgeon a man who has two hundred written opinions as an appellate court judge who has gone through six F B I background checks. But the moment he's up for the big for the big job. The anonymous allegation sits in a file intil the offered to in time, which is right before the vote. They knew that if they raise this during the hearing it would have been dispensed with. But now right before the term is about to begin the supreme court term, then it's then it's laid down. The timing is is both predictable and exceedingly suspicious. I agree. It's very suspicious, and if it was for the importance of this job, it should have been handled correctly and investigated immediately. If if they felt it needed to go anywhere, and it didn't. So it is now suspicious because of the way they've handled it. Do either of you know, anyone who knows this this Christina woman, and either, you know, her well, well, I know I know, you know, she did go to high school around our area and a lot of people knew her particularly in her younger years. You know, she she went to open arms, and I assume a lot of people there, and, but you know, she moved away from here from what I gather and never ever came back. So I you know, I have not spoken to her in years. Yeah. Well, she's you know, again, not that it's dispositive or anything. But she does she did give twenty six thousand dollars over the years to left wing causes like Emily's list. Emily's list is the pro abortion women's group that pushes pro-abortion candidates to congress, and this now they're framing this says he used the judge is going to now. Now be the deciding vote on what else Roe versus Wade. So that's I mean, that's certainly a point that has to be raised. But to both of you believe this vote should go forward on on Thursday, SNL, let's start with Monica Monica. I believe it will go forward because they have thoroughly vetted him and proven that he's the best candidate for the job, Meghan. I agree. And I just want to follow up that you know, of the sixty five women that that signed this. You know, it's not we're not polit- political group way. And they I've not heard from anyone who does not still stand by that letter. And I know reporters have been leaving messages on home phones, and and. But I just can say that everyone that I've spoken to absolutely stands by that letter. And that many of the people in the last, well, I certainly hope they do not and none of them break ranks because that's what the left wants them to do the left wants this to be a drip, drip, drip. They wanna drag this out because they know the longer this goes on the more likely it is they'll derailed this domination. That's what they want. That's that's that is the goal you push this past Thursday and anything can happen. Megan and Monica. Thank you so much for joining us, both high school friends of judge Cavanaugh and both signed this letter last week. We'll continue this conversation. Eight five five forty Laura. Raymond Arroyo is also with us. We have a lot more to get through. This is dominating the show today because it's that important, and they they fight a war over these nominations. Republicans cower in the corner enough with this stand and fight or get out of the way. Don't go away. The Laura Ingraham show. My name is Lawrence Sullivan. And I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis nine years ago, and I was severely disabled and about six years ago. My mother had found balance of nature, so we decided to give it a try because at that point. Nothing was helping I was skeptical at first, but over time, I realized I had more energy levels. I was sleeping better which was huge, and my hair looked better. 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"mastel" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Stage and made his screen debut in. The TV series Armstrong circle. Theatre in nineteen sixty two Although, his first film role was portraying a. Hostage in the nineteen sixty seven motion picture Bonnie and CLYDE Wilde's first. Major role was as Leopold bloom in the nineteen sixty eight masterpiece the producers for which he was, nominated for an. Academy Award for best supporting actor this was the first. In a series of collaborations with writer, director Mel Brooks including nineteen seventy four blading blazing saddles and young Frankenstein which wilder cowrote garnering the. Pair an Academy Award nomination. For best adapted screenplay here's gene wilder talking with Larry King about the moment. He met Mel Brooks and Mel, introduced him to a screenplay called springtime for. Hitler I was in a play called mother. Courage by Bertolt Brecht starring and Bancroft, whose boyfriend was Mel Brooks and Mel came by to pick her up each evening after the show and I was having trouble. With one little section in the play And he said he gave me tips on how to act breath you said that's a song and a dance he's proselytizing about communism just skip over the. Sing and dance right over it and get onto the good stuff And he was. Right that's the irony. And I did then he said would you like to come to fire island handing me I'll, read you the first thirty pages of movie? I'm writing Firearm island we went fishing on surf, came back, had dinner and then Andy and I sat down. He read Thirty, pages of, springtime for Hitler that's what it was, called then And then he said would you like to? Play that part of the. Bill Absolutely All. Right all. Right so don't take anything in the fall without checking with. Me September came and I was. Offered one flew over the cuckoo's, nest not the, movie the play with Kirk. Douglas so I called NAS Hatfield, silly but you said Can you get a four week out in your contract I. Said no one knows me I. Know they said can you get, a two week, out he said I said. Maybe a four week 'cause I'm. Not a star All right we'll, have to live with it, he said three. Years went by I never heard. From him I didn't get a telegram didn't get a? Telephone call, and I'm doing calls. Play called love on, broadly matinee taking off my makeup knock? Knock on, the door, opened the door there's. Mel with a twelve stranger I now You don't think I. Forgot to Classic It goes on to describe how Mel Brooks introduced him to Sidney glazier and zero Mastel This is Sidney. Glazier our producer we're. Gonna, do springtime for Hitler now but I can't just cast you you gotta be zero I Tomorrow. Ten o'clock my heart was pounding I got to the office door of, Sydney glaziers office the door opens. There's no come on. In He called zero. Z this is gene gene This is. E I put out my hand tentatively and zero, grabbed my hand pulled me to him and kissed me. On the lips And all my nervousness wiped away and then we did the, reading and I got the part and everything was fine Yeah try that sometime folks Here's gene wilder and zero Mastel from an early scene in. The producers were Leo bloom the accountant play by. Wilder throws an absolute fit when max Biala stock played by the producer takes. Away his little blue blanket may I speak? To, you for a minute Fifty eight seconds well and. Branching at your books I noticed that my columns forty eight seconds left Cari. O I glance at your books I noticed These conditions you make me. Extremely nervous When is that Oh nothing Mike? And, Mike I'm.
"mastel" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"A kick out of it too because the kids we know dogs they respond to us so when you have these kids that are ill and that are just loved that affection that attention they put out that vibe and these dogs feel great as well so i think that's great so if you have a dog that it could be a good therapy dog and you want to have trained and certified please consider it because your dogs will love it as well another schwartz through we talked about this before and we've had dr mcgreevy on from lap of love but is it time to say goodbye i get this question all the time by the fact that it comes all the time tells me that it applies to many of you many of you who have seen her pets and you know one of the things that you have with your pet that i don't have with your pet is the relationship and it really does that close relationship definitely clouds your judgement so but we know typically say is that when the therapies you're using for your pets whether it's for severe arthritis weakness dementia which mentioned a little bit when it gets the point where they're no longer effective and the pet really seems to be suffering one of the criteria used something you can of put terms that you can understand if this were grandma right or maybe if you're lucky enough greatgrandma and you are considering putting her in a home or hiring a twenty four seven nurse right because she can nothing on her own anymore that's when it's time to say goodbye when the burden becomes so strong for you as well it starts affecting that beautiful bond that we've shared for so many years and instead of looking at oh my god but i'm gonna lose an extra month or two or three why did you think of the twelve thirteen fourteen fifteen sixteen years that you shared and how wonderful that has been and why should your pet suffer for even a minute and his danny we talked about this when she was on that you can make you can never make a mistake of saying goodbye a little bit too early but you can make a terrible mistake of waiting too long so keep that mind if you're faced with that if you want to write or talk about or share your story with us we love to hear for you seven seven three eight five eight eight eight to let others benefit and learn from what you're going through as well you know when i finally had to put grover down and many of you know had a sixteen years he almost sixteen and a half year old labrador had already gone through surgery fifteen removed a terrible great three aggressive mastel tumor hatami medication and you know who puts us a fifteen year old labrador under anesthesia to take for two and a half hour procedure to take a tumor off well the idiot right here did and guess what i got almost a year and a half more and when it was finally time i let them go peacefully it was not a battle i didn't have to torture myself because i knew that he had given me another year and a half how can i how can i possibly complain about that so it was wonderful and i sent him on peacefully and we miss him of course we do but i think it was best for him we got you know sometimes the third party the veterinarian friend can look from the outside in and not see what you see they're not as intimately involved and they can help guide you as well so this week starting the six is national pet week eighty maze national pet week it's a great partnership between veterinarians and clients to promote responsible pet ownership and to basically honor the many pets in our lives it's great somebody a check with your veterinaran there may be some specials but it's really a wonderful wonderful thing national pet week he was just an opportunity to celebrate.
"mastel" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Good afternoon at three o'clock i'm bob slurs sunny grade did not pitch well last night for the keys and now comes word that jonathan lawai sokaia who has pitch well when called upon may not pitch again for a while the yankees today continue their series in toronto a monday they'll be in baltimore for double header was a candidate to pitch one of those games against the orioles longer he has a sore shoulder an mri reveal some inflammation so out indefinitely today luis severino tries for his fourteenth one of the season the yankees are sixteen and to engage started jay half in the middle of many yankees sprayed rumors will start this one four toronto we'll have it on the fan at three twenty five the mets scored only one run over the first eight innings last night went home happy though after jose bautisa handed it with a grandstand with the ninth today the mets will be challenged again generate offense they're matched up against tampa bay's best pitcher blake snell medicine ray snell versus stephen mastel on the season eleven four a two point two four era england has advanced in the world cup there into the semifinals after beating sweden to nothing it's the first time that england has advanced as far as the semi finals since nineteen ninety there defenseman harry mcguire scored the first goal today and he knows the job is far from finished soon semi final it's so yeah we just have to go again we're enjoying the fans here enjoying it just keep doing what we're doing yeah made the country proud that audio courtesy of fox in inglewood next play the winner the match in progress between russia and croatia that game has reached the half tied at one the number one seed at wimbledon on the women's side is out simona hallam was beaten in three sets by chefs away on the men's side the fourth seed alexander is era was beaten in five sets by owners galvez ross one is third round match in straightsets lose a set at the tournament and the number five seed in the men's side.
"mastel" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM
"If you have twenty five minutes in you're curious i sat down with jack white it's on camera searched striker and jack white and there's the interview it's a block party weekend single lena okay sweat memorial day block party memorial day weekend mastel.
"mastel" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang
"I live the american dream i want number one you know what are number one up there on the twenty ninth floor you know i am what's number one what is the number one in movie stars jared leto okay not bad academy award winner although all you know what i mean sounds a you like jared leto more than maybe because thirty story yeah exactly what is conservative by the way in movie stars probably zero mastel richard gere okay what is euro mastel in terms of numbers forty two okay okay okay and what does zero in terms of movie stars if you want to write on the side of me what do you do these calculations god you just squished in like three or four feet i'm sorry i wish i could help the feeling this year right cute fields tactile girl poop wants just once and your wife chasing that you know and now i'm going to be chasing this yeah girl pooing is my question you just like crouch outside of of risk public restrooms you've never been able to do it haven't heard have that was the only time a girl pooped and you just happen to catch it at saw that my therapist brought that up and he's the type of guy that's gonna take every angle on it you know really attack it all angles and that was the one that he hit on well melissa i i just don't know what to tell you.
"mastel" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Package snack there you go still on pretty jammed up on that tennis boundary i've only been looking at it from the five bed you know it's always slow out of santa monica i mean away from sentinela to the five with continued delays as you make your way to the 15 free way but you still have some stretches of on the know thirty miles an hour so things are are looking a lot better same with the sixty backing up from the 710 tanisha continue ahead into chino so it's it's easing up its opening up right around euclid before the fifteen that's much better yeah i would ever does hit to the either the tender the sixty make much better time that way than had heading the surface streets because foot hill is still a huge mass like single digits speeds along of what hill boulevard from baseline and now that continues ahead towards central says just a big mastel and then we have word that the fatality might not or was not the driver that was being chased by the cop here that's what i've been hearing as well the person that was being pursued arm is actually survived still in critical condition so a guy just driving homered or woman just driving home from work you know go and see a perhaps the kids uh uh you know four o'clock trying to get home and now they're life is over designate assay classic cliche of it could have been worse when he allegedly stole this truck there was a two year old god and once he realized there was that kid in the back he pulled over put the kid out of this on the side of the road and then continued only to then have this happened so if he ends up surviving because he is in critical condition if he ends up surviving he's he's going to wake up to the left of his life in prison in and kidnapping and that kid could have been killed murder father would have it and killed in that in that i hope all for sure all right i here's a the first whip.
"mastel" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby
"The other guy with the cowboy hat that on count in that the guy that plays that instrument in that band mop point exactly now name me three that are white the democrat just as hard for me now to be country guy but i'm ago garth brooks who's the guy that's always on espn man of commercial brad paisley and towed mcgraw mcgraw either play at third base for the country music singer in one of the two i think to andrawes dad play third baseman leads like greg mastel this shows graphically usa weight i know i know i know who the ban in the usa to who sings born in the usa uh what's his name again is said i know that is i know how to don't put it don't tell them in all bruce springsteen it's all year i can tell why does does not say air i bet you tell me who may band in the usa socialist is the podcast today looks gouge in i will always give you a dope step to however we will always put family first we're going to go through the rest of this week jones on the show on thursday we have some special guest for friday and then we're going to go on a brief hiatus and come back strong in two thousand eighteen we have some very special things planned for you in two thousand eighteen don't forget rate an tunes writer review on i two his tell your friend of subscribe to the podcast keep us moving blows like another nowhere keep memo.
"mastel" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"He has a thrown a pitch now he's just kind of standing on the mound out there so he'll probably wait now tell at least the astros get eight based rudder to where he starts to throw with urgency again the batteries barber to good solace watson speeches high balwant get solace as the switch but he's a much better heater from the left side of the boy so the dodgers have your college autos weakside ride out with brian mcclair the all dexter chewed out very quickly here with the bottom of the eighth it a water wanchai fooled lots of a set has pitch and a good solid sticks the strike opening it side corner he raised up the sharp's that that ball was hit side he said sop that allies v as it out years is due at all the talk of solace is doing most of the listening we'll marlins a guy that's very well light but he's a guy that will build hill voices opinion to the home plate umpire this is something he does alive and looking at the replay the pitch definitely catches the insidecorner show which water want disrupts that experts at us we're going to bowl pulled foul he was out the front of i wanted hit a weekly that vowed album surveys line george wanted true alex wood went five a twothirds gave up a run on wanna hear the george springer volvo branded borrow faced four batters at he got all greg mastel tubay korea 'gorio a great job i borrow that i'll watson gop a couple of quick out so the it shorter backed up a third guarding the eighty three steps off allied a third run here's the one true to gonzalez doubted able to sliders who bolsters drives now theaters is straight away he said he had lap together whereas retold youqian hernandez with white way over to left center to wear the wall shots out from the scoreboard civic deeper part of the fence at once again with two outs here justin turner hugging gnat line protecting against sex for basis watch it set attitude.
"mastel" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"You can get to the diet we always say that it's about wrapping central nutrition and around what what you what you like like a lot of times people forget the satisfaction factor as you know there was a i ask it will how many hours a day think about energy similarly 23 rather 24 now in that attempt can was tied there's like a lot you can do with your life and so let's to kinda get people back where to take a ten percent of your mental stays in then you're off doing more exciting things of a kind of over this type of style it's crazy cologne until recently 24 23 them love dreaming about food attorney is yeah share how're you balancing mitsui's because i know being attorney bright involved people how you doing i mean i think it's just about passion you know i mean i'm really really committed to helping keep all with all how it with an understanding that those dynamics have of themselves in style and i love being a lawyer and i love helping people in that way too from a business standpoint what kind of combines those worlds in some ways you know because as a lawyer your constantly giving strategic advised counseling people and so it's basically taking mastel said anthony had over are sort of into a different topic it's a lot of you know to adam now workstations though to speak ours in a day but i think can the entrepreneur love which are doing it doesn't el much work somebody seventy one with your love with.
"mastel" Discussed on WGTK
"Are the same thing so all these people in our foreign policy apparatus all the highly educated highly credential people who don't want to do anything provocative are the ones who have let it had been precipice if you don't stop listening to them either totally cured him or the crazy are going to start showing a mushroom cloud and placement where we don't water and we got to stop that so i think trump the guy who can we ignore enough of them and liquid reality and do that he did jim yesterday i was working and i had fox news on and i heard an american male voice criticising the president and i thought i'll guy here's another you know talking in the media criticizing him in the night i looked up and it was actually the interpreter for the iranian president i thought shoot he sounds just like armenia the same morrison descriptive ugh it's so you can't even tell the difference between our media and the rainy and president when they're talking about donald trump for god's sake is founded grabbing is they've they'd been coopted you know there's this belief that anything that up the status quo is the most dangerous thing on the world the problem is continuing to follow a status quo that is not working then making a provocative move so come on you have to do suck it up and make a cut call we're at that point you know we're at that point or will have both iran and north korea threatening higher or on a daily basis we care howery fat the world care at have that and we in the curtin of donald trump are the only ones who can make that happen stop it you're so right gem and listen i i love jim hansen thank you so much for joining us this morning them up against a break here you're the best you can check him out on twitter i always follow can add uncle underscored jimbo lot of fine very insightful and he's also very funny he has great great sense of humor so my name is rose them sitting in today for dennis prager love dennis prager and sean thanks for all your help their greg mastel here in pittsburgh helping me out andrew mccarthy is joining us later this hour can't wait to talk to him and acid or john bolton next hour and heather mcdonald next hour so we'll take your phone calls they are eight the numbers eight seven seven 74 four 373 in seventy six eight seven seventy four three seventy seven seventy.
"mastel" Discussed on WWL
"For the second half for a touchdown and then han ville made the score thirty two twenty seven in on the ensuing kickoff air it took it seventy ardian take all the night for touchdown but set him ablaze short feel to make it thirty nine 2007 we'll uri winning coach of the night yeah there was quick lakeshore defeats east jeff for syms go out to tommy vosper recap and winning coach yeah i got art coach gregg joan pierre provides here occurred beggared at you you're bate of work and you're appropriate to get a lot of attention around the crowd it if he ordered how quickly career how do you hear your program for for ethnic away your added you know we're an older team no it is a good team i think one advantage we had this week was backed that they didn't get a plague aimed last week it you know maybe they had a little bit of ross where we rebel knock that rust off but we're happy with uh with where we are and we got a tough opponent coming up next week's buddhist have focused coach congratulations is alan why del i want you to come in a guy that did a lot of reporting for us for the years coach gregg mastel elena that you're school israeli rallied around him i talk about that and we're we're that's at at this moment no same thing coach pat going through his recovery in in our community in in our warner art students at that up a novel john browett around annan in raising money to help him with his medical after eight had such a huge impact on our community anarchy them in a little bit of time that it than with a it's only right that we step up when he the me coach aid such it's great thing you're doing there we wish him the bastion of on the football field it's a great thing you're doing as well a great start for the season for you and i think we're going to talk to you again throughout the year congrats and and again good luck next week it throughout the season i thank you very much kukreja.
"mastel" Discussed on WWL
"He's you guys well that violates the story number two is this guy's not a seattle novi real bright apparently there's a from the moscow times dot com a guy baath go this is a backer of may he sees it open widow what a bank right apparently crawl in steal two hundred ninety five thousand dollars will buy you to a widow into the bank take the body and takes off days what the window is open he saw through this and some idiot inside the bank left the vault o'hare so he look he saw the all nobody fall that money laying around i guess everybody had their background he called in the window good into the wall two hundred ninety five ran and walked out to me dave dan home i like this guy i would have done the same thing and you know what your teaching the he's doing a public service your do you expect no different from an act like why why would i expect teaching the a very valuable lessons needs to be grateful to him leave that window close and leave the waldorf nowadays helpless speculation on my part and i'm not even saying this is what happened i don't know the rest of the story but they always wonder when they're investigating bank robbery the like they always look for inside jobs to somebody helping them either desired and we'll see if that's the case in that particular story uh this coming monday mastel made within for bankrupt really yeah and you only got thirty how long yet i got thirty three days and what was the in my wife and i think he's still in yeah i was still to this day they forbade rubber he got 10day tickets you got thirty probably out before the eggs actually this is according to the natural inquirer days national acquires story about j lo an aide roddick by the way they have more credibility than the new york times these days now wire what's the story.