21 Burst results for "Sackets"

 Saget likely hit head on 'something hard, covered by something soft': Police report

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 7 months ago

Saget likely hit head on 'something hard, covered by something soft': Police report

"January ninth may have been caused by hitting his head on the floor I marches are a letter with the latest a report released by the Orange County sheriff's office in Orlando says Bob Sackets may have hit his head on something hard covered by something soft such as a carpeted floor the report notes that Sackett had fractures around his eye sockets and bleeding around his brain the report quotes a medical examiner is saying the fractures would have made so I get dizzy and if people have been with him they would have noticed something wrong no drugs or toxins were found in his system and there was no blood on the bed where he was found earlier this week a judge made permanent in order that prohibits the release of photos or videos from Sackets death investigation

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Judge temporarily blocks release of Bob Saget's autopsy records

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 8 months ago

Judge temporarily blocks release of Bob Saget's autopsy records

"A judge in Florida has temporarily prohibited the release of recordings related to the investigation of comedian Bob Sackets death marches are a letter with the latest Bob seconds family filed a lawsuit this week to prevent the release of graphic photos video and audio recordings that were made during his autopsy and death investigation the family says media outlets have requested the records circuit judge Vincent hsu has issued a temporary injunction saying the family would suffer severe mental pain if the records were released he will decide whether the family's privacy outweighs any claims for the records to be released authorities say sag it died January ninth in a hotel room after an accidental blow to the head lightly

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Bob Saget's family may want to stop release of 'embarrassing' details, expert says - The US Sun

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 8 months ago

Bob Saget's family may want to stop release of 'embarrassing' details, expert says - The US Sun

"The family of comedian Bob Saget is asking the courts to prohibit the release of records related to his death investigation I marches are a letter with the latest Florida law prohibits the release of recordings of death investigations but it does allow for viewing or copying if there's a good cause Bob second family says media outlets have already filed requests for records related to his January ninth death in Orlando authorities say Sackett died from an accidental blow to the head likely from a backward fall the Orange County sheriff's office and the medical examiner's office made graphic videos and photos of Sackets body as well as audio recordings the family members say they will suffer irreparable harm if the records are released

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Family: Bob Saget died after accidental blow to the head

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 8 months ago

Family: Bob Saget died after accidental blow to the head

"We are learning more about how comedian Bob Saget died the comedians family is out with a statement which says Bob Sackets death stemmed from an accidental blow to the head you recall the comedian and full house star was found dead January ninth and a hotel room after performing the night before as part of a stand up tour he was sixty five years old the statement says sided died from what the family calls head trauma adding the thirty say he struck his head on something thought nothing of it and then went off to sleep the statement says no drugs or alcohol were involved at this point though the medical examiner's office in Orange County Florida has not released details about their findings I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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"sackets" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"sackets" Discussed on KCRW

"At the age of eighty four the cause was pneumonia Larry Kramer was one of the great provocateurs of the late twentieth century and some of the language in our remembrance reflects that here's NPR's neda Ulaby Larry Kramer was a high profile high volume one man crusade against aids and I am going to go out screaming so loudly that you will hear this chorus group voice of mine in your nightmares you are going to die and you are going to die very very soon unless you get up off your she's and fight back that's creamer interesting other gay men in the documentary positive but he wasn't always with his friends called a message queen before that he was an up and coming writer with an Oscar nominated screenplay was in the film industry I was on my way to making a great deal of money I was not a gay man first by any manner of means until I became involved in fighting aids and because someone close to me died and suddenly I was no longer the white man from Yale I was I was a **** without a name Sackets was the name of Kramer's first novel written a few years before H. destroyed his world the controversial satire became a best seller although some bookstores including a gate bookstore refused to carry it in a nineteen ninety two interview with WHYY's fresh air clean remembered seeing one of the first newspaper stories in nineteen eighty one about a so called gay cancer my mind went back to incidences over the preceding couple years where I have had friends who were mysteriously ill lovers carrying their lovers around literally in their arms from doctor to doctor from hospital to hospital banking for have you heard of anything with this could.

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"sackets" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"sackets" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"One hundred dollar visa gift card from general communications and this one's gonna have to take her mom said she was part of the process a hundred and fifty dollar gift certificate to the packing house right by the airport to Mitchell field on Layton Avenue those are just some of the benefits as well as a certificate of recognition as a salute to service honoree I want to thank you both for sharing your story I want to congratulate you rob for being our honoree today and really really appreciate it what all right that is rob Sackets firefighter paramedic and the somebody who stepped up for his mom away from the job and those are the kind of stories that I love to hear in the edit it humanizes what are often very challenging tough jobs it's one of the reasons we chose rob sack as our as our honoree for salute to service again thanks to Waterstone bank general communications and the folks the packing house they help us make this all possible and thanks to my buddy Jordan does Ross you for putting all that the great interview and the music to those those features you hear every day we have one more to do tomorrow story is a patrolman I cannot wait to share that story with you it's our final salute to service honoree of the week and it is a good one do that eleven thirty five tomorrow all right well I wrap our show and handed off to the Jeff Wagner that's next right here on WTMJ more of the Steve Scaffidi show next on I by now you know about.

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"sackets" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"sackets" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"To share those stories and today is number four of five sharing a wonderful story about an individual who goes above and beyond every day when they show up to work here's a story of rob Sackets parcel to service honoree a firefighter from Racine I'm rob Beckett work for the Racine fire department I get celebrated my five year anniversary in high school none of them not being in public you're going to all of my grandfather's value with them what robs mom Linda has always been proud of his service and his willingness to help others he's always helping people when he was in high school over the time of Columbine one of the bodies devises a plan that if something happened how to get everybody out safely rob's commitment to his career community also plied his mom Linda is battling stage five kidney failure not tonight a kidney disease early twenties that he founded by after my older brother when when I get pregnant again M. and it would gather her gone down three times a week and unfortunately your quality of life isn't very good then you can't keep the candy after started that so we did that and that is that how the match thankfully we found out he would I mean it was incredible feeling in it we're told you know some of the rent then you live a good healthy life it really doesn't impact you given up you can live with one Kenny for the bulletin life there wasn't a whole lot of doubt in my mind that do the right thing we both of us had to be protocol and they're kind of drawing him like making sure that he's not being ride into this pressure like that give anymore I look at the latest attempt by my and at one hundred I can't really put a lot of many credible incredible honor to do it you mean the absolute world I'm very lucky that project just like his relationship with his mother Linda Robbins that same example at his job the men and women that I worked with my role model but my mom great unit being they're real proactive in training and trying to better service the community and they all have families as well and great human being I think that a lot of people out there that are bigger here than I am coming up at nine and.

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"sackets" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"sackets" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Here with you on CBS sports radio I'm trying to drop some wisdom trying to drop some facts NBA is a different game today than it was in the past yeah I can't wait to see Michael Jordan's you know the last dance documentary it's going to be interesting to sit down and watch this upcoming Sunday on ESPN and Shaq is given his opinion as he does we get paid to do Sackets paint to give his opinion and he said Hey yeah my Lakers and in our prime late nineties early two thousands would take out that the the the the late nineties bowls and I say no armor defenses as let's not going down like that no Michael Jordan and the bulls I think they would handle the Los Angeles Lakers Kobe Bryant is a little bit younger shack is in his prime just dominating everybody but I think the bulls just had too many defenders which sat get his points which I'd be dominant like Shaq is yes and absolutely but I think the fact that you have a Michael Jordan elite defender you have a Scotty Pippen elite defender you have a Dennis Rodman a league defender I don't think anybody else's get anything all and you have centers people got files USM that's one thing you actually hear NBA coaches us say you don't hear it so much now but every single player has six files if you're looking out poor free throw shooting you can't stop him you can frustrate him then use those files they're there for a reason.

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"sackets" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

07:45 min | 2 years ago

"sackets" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Reckons the Montana allies have you guys ever come up with that name I think I ask you a couple years ago when you're on the show but to be honest forgot back about that a couple different times and we really don't know when exactly it happened we'll tell you what David we have you back after a while and then you've got your data we can look like outlaws I think that's kind of how it came about there was a young lady right Walmart deposit we just got a ball that way I think we got some cool sweatshirts and your logo because I saw that online when I reached out to you to come back on the show and I looked at that on Facebook a wow that's that's nice that looks good right yeah what is really good I'm sorry you guys still cooking on the same cookers are you have you stepped up steps sideways what do you do in that way right Nikolai phone we talk you know we were still going on London Q. gravity feed instead graduated out there Jambo yeah now we do all our competition could be on campus there you go what do you like it I mean you obviously like it for competition but I mean tell us about the difference between the two for you yeah I think you know we're on target capitation to go to the Jambo was the lack of hardwood Montana that's like gravity feed made so much sense we could order smaller chunks we can just run it kind of charcoal we wanted in there and it was easy to get that kind of natural smoke now we order our our what invited palette from Missouri and long what products and that's how we kind of mitigated the fact we don't have hardwood in Montana to cope with that let's not waver to come up with yeah both I mean it is unparalleled in my opinion I mean there's others out there that are kind of replicating the jam okay at the moment stay on that do not look at their wedding well in the competition circuit but you get that through what fire you just can't replicate that type of smoke flavor with any of the cooker in my opinion not really not really I mean I'm a I'm a palette guy and that's for convenience you know unless I've still got some offsets and things like that but normally I just permit pretty much use my pellet cookers for my you know family weekend warriors are fundamentals I don't do much catering anymore but when I did I use those a lot yeah but one I've got a whole weekend and I want to fiddle around with stuff I pull out my old lasik a Christian lord Abbett wouldn't go for it you know yeah there you go and if you want you know I'm with you we use greater there at home I am with greater Greco the trigger and that that's really what we use as our general day to day because because you have to get up get a fire going in to do an eight hour it's just not realistic for us or anybody for that matter on a normal day to day basis right right in front of one of our sponsors the barbecue here also we're really happy with them oh absolutely we're gonna talk about barbecue heroes in our next segment because I think that's passing by the way we're talking to the Montana outlaws reckon tie and do you mind if I call you tired you want me to call you Tyrell okay all right so I mean I thought maybe you were correlating to the old Sackets westerns and they had to call on Tyrone yeah my name or my name came from but you know if you need that misspelled mispronouncing so I'd go back hi shortly things work out better it's easier to write down that's for damn sure yeah so in your travels and like you know you want to contact the vendor Washington DC you're doing some of these other events it had a when you get there and you know like you say you're not this not places you've been before and now have you found a difference in the way they want either organize and run the competition or the way the competition is kinda looked upon by a lot of local competitors I mean did you learn anything that way I think little rock ark that will run a matter whether active directory he he gets that their standards and their vote both your reps are really really good we got really low mark resolve this station the body and how did you get that welcome how did you get that you know for the most part are a woman like that the same no matter where you go in the country in the country I would say the biggest thing that I've noticed from going into different areas every part of the country the coaches the Montana appear even in the Pacific Northwest in the most part of that matter our pocket money is so much higher and I think that's because people travel further to get here we're trying to pull into the part of the country we have been trying to work something out so it's really bad it's private money out you go back into the Midwest and then back to you a little bit and the prize money that we think is pretty standard ten thousand twelve thousand thirteen thousand dollars into what they cook for back there they're cooking for five thousand dollars on a weekend in there for us monkey which bars we have to go to do it we can't locate your content that only has four five thousand dollar prize money right well just like I said any professional sport you know when I was in the horse business if we were gonna go showing show in Las Vegas were show in Denver and you know they had fifty thousand dollars this is years ago sort of numbers are that big but that fifteen thousand dollar total prize money at that show we went there instead of just you know moose nose Utah where they had a thousand dollars in prize money right exactly and that's where we're back in our world are doing you know that may contest year we were weird like I referenced in the first segment were a little more picky on where we go we wanted it badly wanted destination and we are we want to go provide money why he wants some places fund to to go to yeah I'm yeah exactly are easy right yeah you can spend a lot of time out there traveling whether it's barbecue or whatever else you you're into and you can go to places that really aren't that much fun and it makes for a very long weekend it does yeah if you want to hit that Coleman cooler pretty fast you know what I mean yeah no no don't expect if we're to a parking lot somewhere but now nothing else there yeah I and you know the other thing about that I'm not being snarky here mate you know you can get there and especially if it's in the summertime and it's hot and your standard on asphalt and you know you've got a a tent over your canopy or something like that but you can kind of look across the parking lot and see the heat waves coming up you know you're not gonna get a whole lot of public attention that way on that day either no no nap in today's day and age of barbecue everybody's got you know there's a thousand heroes out there there's about talking about their you gotta get the content the world the Jack one more so than the Jack but some of the bigger concept is all about marketing they're still great everywhere that just wasn't the case yeah six years ago when we were getting don't let the you can be that type of deal media kind of attention that the day that that order getting I Google something about barbecue the other day and prepping for one of my shows and in you know two point three seconds seven million items came out seven million in change you know and I'm like holy crap that's that's what anybody wants they were barbecuing social media digital looks like the only American oil and you count the number of film crews walking around the number on hand better hearing it's a toilet how to videos on Friday before things really get going on it I mean it's absolutely amazing the difference from when we started going all absolutely we're gonna take a break reconcile be back with us in just a minute on the nation don't go away.

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"sackets" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"sackets" Discussed on KCRW

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"sackets" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

06:33 min | 2 years ago

"sackets" Discussed on KGO 810

"Command sergeant major David divinities new book US marine corps retired is they were here as the story episodic story throughout Iraq and Afghanistan and other duties the David's had over the years and friends and colleagues and observe all metals what holds it all together is again and again these men are wounded while they conduct operations that save other people's lives off times they put themselves a great rest to help someone who cannot move out of out of out of a kill Sackets call that's one of the words David teaches you in the book we're going back to the beginning of the Iraq story because David was with the marines when they moved in from Kuwait to Iraq this is operation Iraqi freedom April two thousand and three the marine in question wins the Silver Star posthumously his name is gunnery sergeant Jeffrey bore these are early days David when the marines and the army are moving in in great numbers into Baghdad and their X. as if they're coming up what they think are going to be fixed units fixed combat units but the Iraqi army didn't fight that way they they became insurgents right away and that's what sergeant bore faced which was a series of ambushes and a question marks about rules of engagement that looks to have been a learning process for the marines at the time do you recall that David they are actually during the invasion will very simple actually division two and I see others any if you're after that killed them only we became a problem later later in time bore has it comes up against what looks like an ambush however is he's certain that he's being shot at by the insurgents does he know where to direct his arms deleted Bailey is he didn't really worry about what he wrote about his logistics to drive he he company gunny so he told me he had scrawled sunscreen will goals decision it was an armor and he was told to go back to the logistics train and he refused to he says my memories are well on the road with them he was a self can do it all and you think about going to boys he actually he it's a good thing well lawyers fight like crazy but he brought right into the last two he also going to lose mortally wounded he was he was leading what you called suppressive fire what is active or is it supposed to suppress them to make them not want to fight anymore so if you've got a group of individuals in a building a new section in the windows it prevents them from shooting up those wonderful that's what we call suppressed and bore put himself at risk again this is a story about you tell again and again David because there was a wounded marine that's why he was in a place where he lost his life anyway he was trying to get the marine out what is the teaching about a wounded soldier and one someone's down in a fire zone are you talk to go and get that marine or to continue the combat how does it work to there is an outstanding question and then it depends on what is going on what your job is because we both the company gunny that's because we could become as priority but one thing that we have to emphasize people one of his heart personalization is when you're actually in a fight the best chance of survival everyone has one continues to fight and win big if you stop every time somebody goes down if that's you're taking yourself out of forty and then a you know more people get hurt so what we have to go beat the enemy in the late to back off but in this case he was a rock because he's a company gunny had remote more anyway to do things but he didn't realize he was either he was slowing down he was very what everybody else we go now to a little later in the war this is after the major combat is ended and the insurgents are now strong and we go to a place called has a bio you'll hear it again because it's part of the conflict zone with between the she had in the seventies in this instance the it's it's a Silver Star to corporal Jared Adams and it's a series of events that Gerry Adams and his colleagues are thrown into but they're in a convoy and there's a crash and immediately they come under ambush and it looks like corporal Jared Adams demonstrates leadership spontaneously he very much sacrifice he he puts himself at risk to pull the marine out of a vehicle that's been damaged and subsequently we learned that the marine is dead but he continues to take these risks for F. for someone who's fallen and I read that as you don't wait to see if somebody's alive or dead you're just getting the marine out of out of out of out of whatever Riske's in absolutely no one ever knows when I do call lance crashed global items that he and other styles neighbor he was right with my unit during this exact time so anyway quick items jumped out of the vehicle immediately took up security to allow to to start fighting enemy to allow the guys in the vehicle to try to get out of that all that was stuck so he moved and it now he just moved to a new position and suppress the enemy he moved through multiple he exposed himself multiple times now in it when you talk about here with him going to get the world it was actually a lot cooler Donna and her daughter was bad but even though Clinton Adams did it when he you know he did not like up there but he did after dinner an actual vehicles on fire he refused to leave that line in there and but he has to go in he kept fighting with them I try to get a monitor which is a very difficult thing to do it with a with dead weight another one came up and they finally were able to school to get a lot of good things about this it is so why would we put such a risk for for a body well of course because we would want well we would honor what I've got to come home to give our family all clear also so when I can just leave our or or die close behind whether they're dead or alive and well and a corporal Adams was wounded while he's trying to extract the at the the dead marines body he's he's and he's ignoring his own wounds absolutely and he he jumped on the vehicle multiple times yes he was bleeding from the neck and is on at the time the book is they were heroes a sergeant majors tribute to the combat marines of Iraq and Afghanistan.

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"sackets" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

10:49 min | 3 years ago

"sackets" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"To service dogs of US veterans and she's partnered with combat wounded coalition and sides which is soldiers undertaking disabled scuba and is that wasn't enough she also supports a veterinary hospital in Afghanistan she's incredible and I'm privileged aber on the podcast today podcast listeners please join me in welcoming doctor Yasmine mort Sackets to the show welcome doctor more tax how are you doing here thanks that's quite an introduction thank you I'm very excited to be doing this today and of course this is you know near and dear to my heart about socialization so this is a great topic and and something I don't think we talk enough about as veterinarians so you're you're completely right and I actually wanted to talk to you about veterinarians role in terms of socialization because I know that a lot of people utilize the services of dog trainers and those sorts of things and I kind of wanted to talk to you about that but I'm actually differential so I want to call your doctor more tech is can I call you doctor yes man yeah that's fine absolutely of course fantastic Dr yes man all this is great we're getting comfortable but before we get more comfortable could you do us a favor and everybody out there and do something we call set the scene and set the scene basically means you give us a sort of a a vivid picture of what it was like kind of growing up what region of the country grew up in and if it was a rule or city environment and your contact with that's a kind of how you developed a love for animals sure yeah so I grew up in Manhattan in New York City on the Upper East Side but you know had tons of had sort of rescued lots of kittens and we had hermit crabs and snakes and durables and all sorts of different animals coming in and out of the house and hermit crabs that's a great start it was it was I felt bad for my parents because anything that needed a home came home many Pat that you know is the class Pat when school still had a class pets would come home for the holidays and you know sort of keeping the durables and the cats and everybody safe and separate was that interesting yes yeah and then I you know I sort of cliche you know every I think a lot of people who you know have a love for animals it starts when you're young and and I sort of ended up not going that route initially and and dom went into international relations and marketing and then decided that really didn't fit what I wanted to do and I made a career change sort of a little bit later and went back to that's warm and loved it and haven't looked back since so it's been great for me and now I'm back in New York so I went to school in North Carolina I thought I might want to be interested in a little bit of course medicine and then changed my mind move back to the city and now primarily work with dogs but now we see cats and some other animals as well you but you don't see miniature horses no miniature horses yeah but you know we're not ruling it out we'll see what happens all options are on the table you know what exactly cool when I was going to vet school I had a real sort of a divergent path to binary choice because my two favorite species were canine and bovine so basically dogs in cows and I was like I can't have an old dog cow practice I've got so I hundred percent might interesting question you mentioned that you had in international relations and marketing focus initially and then you change course my course is always been very science based aid flirted with the idea of becoming a radiologist but then I transition to surgery but it always kind of stayed in that veterinary medicine science round I guess what I'm very interested to know is do you find out when your professional career that there are any parallels our connections to your previous training in international relations and marketing and currently what you're doing I mean I think for me currently what I'm doing because I on the practice and we do a lot of marketing we reach out to people who were doing other things other than just you know the veterinary medicine piece of it it's been very helpful for me to have that business background and I like both of them so I you know I love the science and I'm a definite medicine G. can talk medicine all day long but you know I also enjoy the marketing aspect in the business aspect so for me it really ties both of those kind of past sins together and keeps me excited every day so it's it's been great well this is great year we you know you have one geek talking to another this is the this is exactly what I always dreamed up you know you have talked about the marketing aspects and that your marketing aspects have been nothing short of incredible there's over eleven locations I'm sure just by in the time that we've been talking that's far you opened up another location we next week next week will have twelve do you think I'm telling jokes but it's the truth you're opening literally as your as you're talking to your opening lotus described to me the proliferation of biscuits in bath and how you've been so successful spreading throughout New York so it's been I you know it's been a very interesting sort of business model this gets a bath has been around for about twenty five years and I think you know I remember when they opened their first location it was down the block from where I grew up in everybody was sort of like what's a doggie Jim what is that and people don't really understand the concept of dogs like to be with other dogs and this is a great idea for city environments where they don't get to run around freely and meet other dogs and so it caught on from one location and biscuits opened about five or six other locations and then they brought me on about in two thousand eleven is sort of meet the need of you know what the dogs are here there's lots of care that they need and so the vet he's kind of got tied into the socialization piece which you know they go hand in hand so it's this very symbiotic relationship there is a bunch of dogs playing together and you want to keep everybody healthy and and up to date on vaccinations and all sorts of other things that they can transmit to other dogs so you want a healthy population so that the dogs can come here interact get social and be as safe as possible so they brought me on in two thousand eleven and it worked so we did the incredible business model where we partnered with them and we provide that care exclusively for the pets that come here as well as other paths that can come in and see us as well and it's just taking off because I think the ideas that you want I think a lot of people want their dog to socialize with other dogs in there at work you know ten hours a day and the idea of leaving your pet at home for ten hours is a little bit sad a lot of course why am I getting a dog I'm leaving them home the whole time so it's you know taken off tremendously because there's all sorts of different things that they can do so if they're not very social they can come in and play for a few hours if it's an older dog they come in and play for a few hours because a full day for an older dog might be too much so there is a variety of different options some dogs just want to walk with a few other dogs and then go home and we do it all so yeah there to the dog and as a that's absolutely perfect it with particularly when you mention the personality I mean listen I'm a grown man I don't like being left home for ten hours in the day so I mean I can only imagine what a dog feels in you mentioned doggie Jim what I love about what you're saying is it's almost like **** Wonka's factory for dogs where there's everything there for them there's you know fine but then they also get their healthcare I left off **** Wonka's chocolate factory because I don't want dog's getting soccer right that that word out but you know what I mean it just seems like the one stop shop you find that people really enjoy the level of care that they get but then have any voice to you that they also like that convenience well the convenience is a huge factor and and nowadays everybody wants convenience so you don't you want everything sort of in one place you wanted as easy as possible and I think what they like about it too is it's really tailored to the individual dog so as much as we want all our dog sui social all the time and you were talking about social anxiety not all dogs had that beginning not all dogs feel super social and so what I like about it is it really looks at the individual dogs and if they want to play all day that's great and if they don't there's options for that as well because I think a lot of owners think oh my dogs not social so there's no other option eight you know they're home alone and that's not the case at all that there is so many different options if you just look at that dog individually and what that dog's needs are and not try to sort of fit it into a mold that's there you mold herself to the dock and what their personality is that's absolutely key in I like the fact that we're reinforcing the idea that all dogs are individuals all have separate personalities in my parents generation a lot of them felt that dogs were fairly homogeneous in their behavior and the way that they talk to put it nicely and I I the idea that every dog has a personality just as individualist as humans it's so heartening to hear that and what I like the most to is that you tailor the social experience based on not only personality but also health considerations in health concerns are there any particular health concerns that you see with some degree of regularity that cause you to change or adjust the level of socialization I mean I think for us that you know are most our two most common things that we see our age groups that we see you know the puppies for the puppies really have certain needs depending on where they are and their vaccination schedule how old they are what vaccines they've gotten that sort of thing said those programs are really tailored for exactly where they are in their vaccine schedule to keep them as healthy as possible so they can't walk outside at a certain point there kept with dogs that are in sort of a similar age range that sort of thing and then the other thing we see a lot of his with you know our geriatric dogs are aging dogs that need other specific health care needs and whether that's you know extra downtime or slower more frequent walks because I like to say motion is lotion for the older dogs salute me you know getting them out there and walking them they can't do those thirty minute walks anymore but they could do a ten minute walk more frequently throughout the day they need different betting when they're sleeping at night so you know those sorts of things I think those are the two most groups that we see that we really Taylor a lot too and then you know dogs that are very anxious make work with a trainer a little bit more or in a smaller group setting rather than going on to a big play field where there is you know ten fifteen dogs they might work with one or two dogs for a few weeks until they get more acclimated to being around other dogs so there's a lot yeah absolutely you you know someone ask you a simple question like why do you feel socialization is important a lot of people may feel like that's just an ordinary sort of perfunctory pro forma question but honestly can literally be life or death a lot of dogs I mean more dogs are likely to lose their lives due to behavioral problems an infectious disease and it turns out that the number one cause of euthanasia and healthy animals is behavioral problems you know over two million dollars a year.

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"sackets" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

11:06 min | 3 years ago

"sackets" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"To service dogs of US veterans as he's partnered with combat wounded coalition and sides which is soldiers undertaking disabled scuba and if that wasn't enough she also supports a veterinary hospital in Afghanistan she's incredible and a privilege to have her on the podcast today podcast listeners please join me in welcoming doctor Yasmine mort Sackets to the show welcome doctor more taxes how are you doing here I think that's quite an introduction thank you I'm very excited to be doing this today and of course this is you know near and dear to my heart about socialization so this is a great topic and and something I don't think we talk enough about as that area so you're you're completely right and I actually wanted to talk to you about veterinarians role in terms of socialization because I know that a lot of people utilize the services of dog trainers and those sorts of things and I kind of wanted to talk to you about that but I'm actually differential so I want to call your doctor more tech is can I call you doctor yes man yeah that's fine absolutely of course fantastic Dr yes man all this is great we're getting comfortable but before we get more comfortable could you do us a favor and everybody out there and do something we call set the scene and set the scene basically means you give us a sort of a a vivid picture of what it was like kind of growing up what region of the country grew up in in if it was a rule or city environment and your contact with that's a kind of how you developed a love for animals sure yeah so I grew up in Manhattan in New York City on the Upper East Side but you know had tons of pets sort of rescued lots of kittens and we had hermit crabs and snakes and durables and all sorts of different animals coming in and out of the house and hermit crabs that's a great start it was it was I felt bad for my parents because anything that needed a home came home many Pat that you know was the class Pat when school still had a class pets would come home for the holidays and you know sort of keeping the durables and the cats and everybody safe and separate was that interesting yes yeah and then I you know I sort of cliche you know every I think a lot of people who you know have a love for animals that starts when you're young and and I sort of ended up not going that route initially and and dom went into international relations and marketing and then decided that really didn't fit what I wanted to do and I made a career change sort of a little bit later and went back to that's warm and loved it and haven't looked back since so it's been great for me and now I'm back in New York so I went to school in North Carolina I thought I might want to be interested in a little bit of course medicine and then changed my mind move back to the city and now primarily work with dogs but now we see cats and some other animals as well you but you don't see miniature horses no miniature horses yeah but you know we're not ruling it out we'll see whatever all options are on the table you know what exactly cool when I was going to vet school I had a real sort of a divergent path to binary choice because my two favorite species were canine and bovine so basically dogs in cows and I was like I can't have an old dog cow practice I've got so I started a hundred percent might interesting question you mentioned that you had in international relations and marketing focus initially and then you change course my course is always been very science based aid flirted with the idea of becoming a radiologist but then I transition to surgery but it always kind of stayed in that veterinary medicine science round I guess what I'm very interested to know is do you find out when your professional career that there are any parallels our connections to your previous training in international relations and marketing and currently what you're doing I mean I think for me currently what I'm doing because I on the practice and we do a lot of marketing we reach out to people who were doing other things other than just you know the veterinary medicine piece of it it's been very helpful for me to have that business background and I like both of them so I you know I love the science and I'm a definite medicine G. can talk medicine all day long but you know I also enjoy the marketing aspect in the business aspect so for me it really ties both of those kind of past sins together and keeps me excited every day so it's it's been great well this is great your we you know you have one geek talking to another this is the this is exactly what I always dreamed up you know you have talked about the marketing aspects and that your marketing aspects have been nothing short of incredible there's over eleven locations I'm sure just by in the time that we've been talking that's far you opened up another location we like our next week next week will have twelve do you think I'm telling jokes but it's the truth you're opening literally as your as you're talking to your opening lotus described to me the proliferation of biscuits in bath and how you've been so successful spreading throughout New York so it's been I you know it's been a very interesting sort of business model this gets a bath has been around for about twenty five years and I think you know I remember when they opened their first location it was down the block from where I grew up in everybody was sort of like what's a doggie Jim what is that and people don't really understand the concept of dogs like to be with other dogs and this is a great idea for city environments where they don't get to run around free Lee and meet other dogs and so it caught on from one location then biscuits opened about five or six other locations and then they brought me on about in two thousand eleven is sort of meet the need of you know what the dogs are here there's lots of care that they need and so the vet he's kind of got tied into that socialization piece which you know they go hand in hand so it's very symbiotic relationship there is a bunch of dogs playing together and you want to keep everybody healthy and and up to date on vaccinations and all sorts of other things that they can transmit to other dogs so you want a healthy population so that the dogs can come here interact get social and be as safe as possible so they brought me on in two thousand eleven and it worked so we did the incredible business model where we partnered with them and we provide that care exclusively for the pets that come here as well as other paths that can come in and see us as well and it's just taking off because I think the ideas that you want I think a lot of people want their dog to socialize with other dogs in there at work you know ten hours a day and the idea of leaving your pet at home for ten hours is a little bit sad a lot of people are saying why am I getting a dog if I'm leaving them home the whole time so it's you know taken off tremendously because there's all sorts of different things that they can do so if they're not very social they can come in and play for a few hours if it's an older dog they come in and play for a few hours because a full day for an older dog might be too much so there is a variety of different options some dogs just want to walk with a few other dogs and then go home and we do it all so yeah there to the dog and as for today that's absolutely perfect it with particularly when you mention a personality I mean listen I'm a grown man I don't like being left home for ten hours in the day so I mean I can only imagine what a dog feels in you mentioned doggie Jim what I love about what you're saying is it's almost like **** Wonka's factory for dogs where there's everything there for them there's you know fine but then they also get their healthcare I left off **** Wonka's chocolate factory because I don't want dog's getting chocolate right that that word out but you know what I mean it just seems like the one stop shop you find that people really enjoy the level of care that they get but then have any voice to you that they also like that convenience well the convenience is a huge factor and and nowadays everybody wants convenience so you don't you want everything sort of in one place you wanted as easy as possible and I think what they like about it too is it's really tailored to the individual dog so as much as we want all our dogs we social all the time and you were talking about social anxiety not all dogs had that beginning not all dogs feel super social and so what I like about it is it really looks at the individual dogs and if they want to play all day that's great and if they don't there's options for that as well because I think a lot of owners think oh my dogs not social so there's no other option eight you know they're home alone and that's not the case at all there are so many different options if you just look at that dog individually and what that dog's needs are and not try to sort of fit it into a mold that's where you mold herself to the dock and what their personality is that's absolutely key in I like the fact that we're reinforcing the idea that all dogs are individuals all have separate personalities in my parents generation a lot of them felt that dogs were fairly homogeneous in their behavior and the way that they talk to put it nicely and I the idea that every dog has a personality just as individualist as humans it's so heartening to hear that and what I like the most to is that you tailor the social experience based on not only personality but also health considerations in health concerns are there any particular health concerns that you see with some degree of regularity that cause you to change or adjust the level of socialization I mean I think for us that you know are most our two most common things that we see our age groups that we see you know the puppies for the puppies really have certain needs depending on where they are and their vaccination schedule how old they are what vaccines they've gotten that sort of thing so those programs are really tailored for exactly where they are in their vaccine schedule to keep them as healthy as possible so they can't walk outside at a certain point there kept with dogs that are in sort of a similar age range that sort of thing and then the other thing we see a lot of his with you know our geriatric dogs are aging dogs that need other specific health care needs and whether that's you know extra downtime or slower more frequent walks because I like to say motion is lotion for the older dogs salute me you know getting them out there and walking them they can't do those thirty minute walks anymore but they could do a ten minute walk more frequently throughout the day they need different betting when they're sleeping at night so you know those sorts of things I think those are the two most groups that we see that we really Taylor a lot too and then you know dogs that are very anxious make work with a trainer a little bit more or in a smaller group setting rather than going on to a big play field where there is you know ten fifteen dogs they might work with one or two dogs for a few weeks until they get more acclimated to being around other dogs so there's a lot yeah absolutely you you know someone ask you a simple question like why do you feel socialization is important a lot of people may feel like that's just an ordinary sort of perfunctory pro forma question but honestly can literally be life or death a lot of dogs I mean more dogs are likely to lose their lives due to behavioral problems an infectious disease and it turns out that the number one cause of euthanasia and healthy animals is behavioral problems you know over two million dollars a year are utilized because of behavioral problems I guess my question to you is why do you feel like socialization is so important even from something that's very obvious like exercise to something not so obvious like social anxiety what.

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"sackets" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

03:29 min | 3 years ago

"sackets" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Works it to the left Zack yes it's a metal and puns that gets her second kill no kills in the first set to win the third Grove claims a ten nine lead site out four times in Kelemen get the back on a dig tell Burke and Burke fires and she raises her right index finger has her team has an eleven nine lead grow by two over Thompson when a nother service air service error number seven four oh girl that's on telling me mackenzie Hughes on the server for the girls' Indurain Thompson a block at the net by jaded sites I have that as Sackets well to grow with the lead Grove just one said one set away from the semis and right now things are going sour four times in Alice in now within a year down the left line in Oak Grove five three now with a thirteen at ten lead Berg rises stationary serve with the right hand Thompson from right to left here's Oak Grove Burr of with a quick says nine Miller it's Bob to the front in its kept alive nice job by Bollman in the front row and boldly somehow get the you go in as the first kill of the game for a moment thirty to eleven in they must have sensed the energy just a little bit as you may see your time over two hundred close to three hundred kills on the season team desperately needs her and here's another attack if he does it again your time with two straight killed for Thompson in were tied at thirteen remember other other scores around the region so far all Fargo teams have won science three nothing over Bismarck they win the final set twenty five fifteen role is looking for a clean sweep here in day one can they get it but another air at the net four times in six points growth lead Oak Grove at fourteen thirteen against that Tom said Tommy's can the defending state champs stave off elimination or will the rising Grover's take control nine Miller hates it at the net another violation on the time these in that point four nine Miller fifteen.

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"sackets" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:29 min | 3 years ago

"sackets" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Am the jets giants tickets are still very hot on the secondary market I I want to go well I think their discounted two you can probably get good seats for like forty five I don't stop I was unstoppable for and I was comparing it to other Johnny games coming up the eagle games all the games to other Jack games this is the hottest ticket will remaining we're good so people still care good for the teams now give the little something at the gate yeah I I mean I guess people still excited I can't I can't go to skin normally I would go to all these are you know listen to watch on television to listen to what one day a dog jump to Jersey on and get in the car and listen to it too options in our New York you guys he can mute the TV guys one tell me no I can't do that because it is the time doesn't match up yeah I will know when they will be any story games achates good care can you run they they don't run to him you know well I thought about my all to Jersey on a memory of your eighty eight game and I will have on my I will have the bag over my head yeah I think so I know my time why take a picture when I soon I should what what what well I'm embarrassed with this franchise don't do you shouldn't why not you should do is set a bad example for fans young fan my advice to young fans don't be Jeff I'm Cindy going is sending a bad example it's it's brutal it really is pros will you play into it easy play the eighty four games so you won that game yeah do you have a one one career record these are yeah one was it was it was the killer financial your was your brother you still want to civil two years later yeah but you know it it happens that was a weird you for the giants they want you we were like we rivals though no I understand but you would ten six a year that's a bad loss is there any United not just the jet all games that you usually on one yeah you're absolutely right you should did you know that after you lost that game you would not gonna get the help that night that the night was going to do what they did you gonna miss the playoffs Connelly's works that way is very good in my career with the giants anytime we needed help we never got it right right in anytime we needed help we probably laid the egg to so yeah you either go out and give it to you you don't count on anyone else you have no one else to blame but yourself what what's the toughest loss you add the flipper Anderson game is at the top is one in eighty nine following you yeah yeah yeah to be advised of his law by the way it turned off was asking a question off there and I have the answer to and it's an interesting questions only reason I bring it up he said is this the worst combined record of the jets and giants ever when they face the it is it's sort of this any you can be the judge on this in ninety six they played each other and at that moment the giants for one and three and the jets for a one four so they were combined seven so tell me again but I came in ninety six what are the giants of Z. one it was the final score thirteen since it obviously it's easy five you the five games at the jets of beat the giants okay seventy four which was in the ball with name it would be any overtime to pass the boozer after we scored a touchdown to fight again that one eighty one which I'll never forget it was at that game in eighty one thank you for the jets wanted twenty six to seven the giants would all team and he only talks energize got was a blocked punt return by Beasley Reese everybody's Sackets change at a big day gets filled a day and all of that that was eighty one then the next time we beat him I think was was the eighty eight K. the Elton game in eighty eight and which was twenty seven twenty one as the phones go twenty one night and the next one I believe was ninety three I guess one ten six and after just one ten six analytics and and the last one was the last you know in fifteen with bulls in overtime would Fitzpatrick I think it is your right yeah well it's it's weird because right now it's organized the jets giants play every four years that's right right before two thousand it wasn't now one where I'd be every three years one time they played back to back years really what was that eighty seven and eighty eight the a play in eighty seven there was always somebody AT so here's why you probably don't remember they were both six and nine and was the last week of the year yeah maybe so what was it kind of it in driving game call you in a game which which one eighty seven yes this right okay okay obviously the giants won their game I remember gave gave me scapes me for some reason yet twenty to seven because you're gonna have all of your god the end of the you know everybody was back but it we get this year well you're forgetting it down to the last week of the year when the season's over off the remaining you know colonel bleeds together right so technically the worst record combined was either the end seven ninety six or what they are now which is three and fourteen you all wanted seventy cases were ones have is technically what is it the exact name is was right right we're not talking about the game and and we're like doing the Discovery Channel that is zero is a because.

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"sackets" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"sackets" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Lot Bob Sackets with us we have more with him coming up this is on with Mario Lopez coming to you from the geico studio supported me when geico says fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance we should fifteen minutes ago janitors psychologists security guards nurses housekeepers pharmacists educators administrators physicians patient advocates quality improvement coordinators at Kaiser Permanente the heart of the operation isn't an operation at all together over two hundred thousand essential medical and non medical professionals make it possible for all of us to live long and thrive sixty two corporate when when we step sister two three five two on November twenty there's only one place where you can go infinity and go back to where it all began Ryobi one canal Disney plus brings your favorite movies series and original together from Disney Pixar Marvel Star Wars National Geographic and more connected all of these and more streaming November twelfth on Disney plus Hey sports fans it's game time at Walmart has all the official gear you need to celebrate every touchdown and slam dunk with NFL and NBA jerseys sweatshirts hats and more for brands like Nike new era and majestic Walmart has everything you need to show your team pride get your official gear at the Walmart fan shop by fanatics the ultimate source for sports fans doctor Ruth sex for dummies do you own that's the book for them the dummies which jail into the three on A. B. C. for food allergies are so common and dangerous what a first of its kind treatment being tested right here at home could give you a little peace of mind it.

"sackets" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"sackets" Discussed on WSB-AM

"And for current balance on channel two action news meteorologist Brad Nitz this portion of the land is what a news sponsored by rags do heating air and plumbing the name I know you can trust that that it past six years Marcy Williams in jutting about that happening now Atlanta police search for suspects wanted a deadly carjacking W. S. B.'s bill chi at your reports live there accused of killing a woman and injuring a manager of the suspects wearing masks and carrying guns as they approach the female victims near the Columbia at Mechanicsville station apartments off Fulton Street at this point investigators are still working to determine you know what whether or not the victims knew the suspects at this point we don't believe they did lieutenant Andrea Webster with Atlanta police as a man who knew those women came out to see what was going on and he too was shot he's expected to be okay the other woman is not hurt but the suspects did get away with her car a crash prevented the carjackers from stealing even more vehicles from the complex reporting live bill K. at G. O. ninety five point five W. S. B. and accuse peeping toms caught in sandy springs W. S. B.'s Michelle Wright reports live police get are getting a helping hand in nabbing the man from a woman and her cat Darcy that's right the furry feline was chilling out with their human watching TV in the bedroom on the first floor apartment at the Edgewater apartments when all the sudden the curious Kitty caught a glimpse of something in the window my cat started staring at the window sills channel two action news that's when she saw a peeping Tom peering into the bedroom she began screaming and ran outside to treat them all ran off and he went and got in his car and I followed him and called the police and describes his vehicle to the police with such a great description they were able to pick him up about a mile away he set to face a judge later on today reporting live Michelle right ninety five point five WSP WSU's time six oh three now warnings about vaping are coming from the D. E. A. agent Brian Bester says they're finding fit no an unregulated vaping cartridges were definitely going to see the death count go up he says there is no quality control and a counterfeit product the CDC is investigating legal vaping products after dozens of deaths and more than a thousand injuries a fractured pelvis is not keep former president Jimmy Carter from teaching Sunday school and plains he talks Frank about death and says he's not afraid not Christian phasing foods complete calm as in life and ninety five is the oldest living former president U. S. regulators examine the national security implications of a Chinese company owning the video sharing app tick tock a lot of data about what tens of millions of consumers and you ask like to look at but there's also stuff like private messages that's a lot of information for a country that's not really in good terms with the US to happen with Matt Sackets of wired magazine says tick tock insists its content is not censored in its use your data is secure Nestle recalls refrigerated cookie dough after bits of Robert get mixed in the company says it's figured out how that happened and fix the problem and no one's needed medical treatment the recall affects ready to bake refrigerated products in bars tubs in tubes with batch code ninety one eighty nine.

"sackets" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"sackets" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Kinda like a flashback earlier in the game we had the ball just to go out of his hands and he was surely not going to drop down one to carry them out of bounds into a table he knows one speed and going at full speed as he made the catch inbounds hit the table went into the the crate it's beyond that in he's been down on his back about what is eight or nine yards at about few of his teammates were even over there to look after him including Shavian Hawkins once in printers as well surrounding two two well hope this gets okay he's he's part of this exciting band of skill players that is given little chance going for into the sheer after what was just a miserable season last year on Bobby Petrino and his staff so I really this very moment none the less first down on the first play from scrimmage on this on this last position is on the second half a percent thank you know wrangler jeans check out wrangler dot com today to discover tons of new styles and all the latest denim trends wrangler where with abandon abandon was the way that will win of the bench but the play ended up gaining nineteen yard so little just shy of midfield couple there at their own forty seven trailing Clemson ten three late second quarter Kevin Connolly is given the steam a bit of a boost he'll hand off the Hawkins working the left side and there's just nothing available Logan Rudolph with the help there to make that stop also involved was Tyler Davis a true freshman testing that the front seven for clients indefensible what about a marker down in fact there is a penalty marker on the field near the line of scrimmage number fifty five for your payment clippers Chandler the life guard flagged for that infractions a little back of the card this fifty three to god as a drive killer yeah that is a drive kill you have the momentum yeah the big play by two to out well you do get stopped in the backfield on that that and off the left hand side but don't hold in that situation really just set you back the city back not impossible it certainly set you back Clemson backing off I see a Simmons almost as a third safety with the snap takes off to run counting backwards billion chase steps out of a near Sackets rose to the sideline over the head of fits Patrick only was break it out some friends marking two moves to run away from TJ header a little bit of the energy kind of sucked away from the move will sideline in this offense the side of the ball after the two two.

"sackets" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"sackets" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Radio dot com a large crowd of people gathered at the queen's Moscow last night to pay their respects to fifteen year old victim said the S. Sackets who is being laid to rest today in New Jersey her father pagan is heartbroken because writing crazy people driving rosaries people was controversial Hey just want people to pray for my daughters is full I hope she's in a better place seventeen year old Alton as AJ was also killed in a fiery crash in Pearl River on Sunday the driver of the vehicle seventeen year old I you should write down check of Arnsberg is recovering from serious injuries police say the car first hit another vehicle before going off an overpass and catching fire an investigation is underway after a man was found dead inside a manhole in Columbus circle this morning police say Verizon workers were installing phone lines at west fifty eight and eighth Avenue when they discover the man after opening a manhole around three fifteen AM his body badly decomposed investigators believe the victim may have been homeless and had apparently been dead for several days tonight in Ohio what's the fourth democratic presidential debate featuring twelve candidates the latest Quinnipiac poll released yesterday as Elizabeth Warren leading the way with thirty percent of the vote among Democrats Joe Biden second at twenty seven percent and then Bernie Sanders is third with eleven percent on Wall Street the Dow Jones up two hundred fifty seven points nasdaq climbing ninety seven S. and P. up thirty three in sports game three of the ALCS coming up just after four o'clock the Yankees host the Astros with the series tied up and one and one now your for cash from the Ramsey Mazda weather center this afternoon mostly sunny high sixty four tonight partly cloudy lo fifty four tomorrow heavy rain developing high sixty nine from the Ramsey Mazda weather.

"sackets" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:13 min | 3 years ago

"sackets" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"On Twitter Facebook and Instagram excellent singleton bust rolling. Beijing Barbara good solid is to begin with. the umpires just had Sackets brought out to them during the break the first which is a restaurant so this is going on. we all jacketed up. up here. preemptive. and by we I mean. singing is tougher than a. zero one. and standard of all the strikes gets long Johns on again today talking. wow this is the median really that it wasn't necessary and we could have you said you don't have the Jack and but we kinda way X. ray vision the matter buddy held up yeah I got a month I got a long sleeve on energy all right. for the hold off on the jacket is launched. you start with it on and you get cold you got nowhere to go this is like a cold shower later up one more time one and one the count of the suite of fell back by consolidates wanted to. now though if we compare you to you know another colleague that I'd have let's say hypothetically Sir I mean it's sixty five degrees and he's gonna score so like your bios. I do remember the scarves. wanted to one of our what a good solid solid ground again his first time out eight one Yankees we've got the shift on African solids medical left side against the right handed to knock the. this activity the Yankee and if you want to swing this fast will. newsletter one down and that is seven strikeouts for tonight. the past three hitters faced in talk about earlier not great Tanaka going to the top of his own fastball but like you said it was all but on his own and not off. a Gonzalez chasing a just couldn't catch up to it regularly of all sorts of you left hander Tyler Lyons is now up in the bullpen for the Yankees. JK the number nine hitter has to knock it completes his second tour the lineup of wrecking ball from throughout the infrastructure the outside its own one. to get how different things are first of all because it's October second of all because it's two thousand nineteen. a few years you're up a one of the fifth inning. your swing and we grab all the right side of a hill along with it was like under hands to not covered in the back to back. Erin room with much rather make an error of omission an error of omission here in October. yeah I still go back to. two thousand sixteen the cubs in the Indians in the World Series just. doing the games room John Salvi and I were doing American League side in the eighties and the Indians and the Indians in the blue jays I think it was the championship series by Terry Francona was trying to win the game as quickly as possible and I was getting into Miller in the game now please shut things down with Cody Alan. addresses top of the order Max Kepler over to. the fellowship over one and by reading it quickly you'll be using your best arms even if the situation did necessarily required for that level over yeah this movie not leaving anything to chance that they can okay well we're comfortable right here no I want to close the door on the other team as quickly as possible. the doctor working a little bit more quickly now with the one of fashionable straightens up revolves around and we have some of that server that nervous energy you know has for its good. yeah but Hey I mean he's a great batteries in the hall of fame absolutely and I think also too he do that on paper for lack of a better term. the cubs were a juggernaut. one one is we're gonna fell back wanted to and he knew was the perceived underdog. you have a chance to win a game. and you can try to figure out tomorrow tomorrow but can't read any opportunity slip away. it was a rough three games for. got game seven elects three innings before finally falling to the ground. two data bases at the one end to the count. the next step would be to not go over very good thank you for the X.. that's when the ball with did give the error on the left side of the infield back into the outfield grass now those who sell to make the cats and that's it three of three down at the top of the fifth. I stop by to not go there we go bottom five with the Yankees leading eight to one this is the American League division series on ESPN radio and ESPN app presented by AutoZone. if you don't know your numbers you don't know your business meet Evan Goldberg founder of net sweet I had to learn that the hard way with my first company that's why I started net sweet I needed to see everything that was going on with my.

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"sackets" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:43 min | 3 years ago

"sackets" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Zero two. good solid is to begin to fail. he's just had Sackets brought out to them during the break the first which is a first strike today so this is. check it out. your. preemptive. by we I mean. sing is tougher than your one. and standard of all the structures long Johns on again today talk. this is a million years really but I didn't wasn't necessary and we don't have your jacket on but right he kind of way X. ray vision and let everybody know that up yeah I got a month I get a long sleeve on underneath. for the hold off on the jacket as long as possible because you start with that on and you get cold you get nowhere to go this is like a cold shower later up one more time one and one the count of the swing of fell back by consolidates wanting to. now though if we compare you to you know another colleague that I'd have let's say hypothetically sure it's sixty five degrees and he's gonna score so like your miles and. I do remember discarding. to one of our what gives ours was always rounding out his first time eight one Yankee usually they've got the shift on for installers the left side against a right hand turn on. this activity yeah want to swing this fast will. using the newsletter one day out of that is seven strikeouts for tonight. the past three hitters faced in talk about earlier not great to knock the going to the top of his own the fastball but like you said it was all but now his own enough. a Gonzalez chase it just couldn't catch up to it but clearly of all sorts of you left hander Tyler Lyons is now up in the bullpen for the Yankees. a cave the number nine. as the gnocchi completes his second tour the lineup breakable filtered out the infrastructure the outside its own one. again how different things are first of all because it's October second of all because it's two thousand nineteen. think back a few years you're of the one of the fifth inning helped me so. your swing and we grab all the right side will make you a long way was like under hands Tanaka covered at the back to the. room with a bunch of rather make an error of omission in a remote. here in October. I still go back to. two thousand sixteen. columns in the Indians in the World Series and just. doing the games room John Salvi never doing. lakeside in the eighties in the Indians and the Indians in the blue jays I think it was the championship series by Terry Francona was trying to win the game as quickly as possible I was getting into Miller in the game now push things down with Kody Allen. address top of the order Max Kepler over to. a felt tip over one am I reading it quickly you mean using your best arms even if the situation did necessarily required for that level over yeah just movie not leaving anything to chance and they get okay well we're comfortable right here no I want to close the door on the other team as quickly as possible. the work a little bit more quickly now the what a fastball straightens up revolves around and we have some of that server that interface energy you know has for. yeah but Hey I mean he's a great batteries in the hall of fame absolutely and I think also too he knew that on paper for lack of a better term. cops were a juggernaut. one one is we're gonna fell back wanted to do was the perceived underdog. if you have a chance to win a game. and you can try to figure out tomorrow tomorrow but can't read any opportunity slip away. three games for game seven away three innings before finally falling to the. two data bases at the one end to the count. Max Whittaker. very good thank you for the. a sweet old if you give me here on the left side of the infield back into the outfield grass now those who sell to make sure that's a three oh three down the top of the fifth place job I can argue there we go lot of five of the Yankees leading eight to.

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