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"vlade" Discussed on Animal Radio
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"vlade" Discussed on Animal Radio
"The fire department needing to be called just to get the kids. This is, this is what youth was in the seventies. No, you weren't safe in that tree house in the backyard and he didn't want to be. And yeah, the dog house was a little bit small for the dog and maybe he did get a little bit scared during thunderstorms, but it was better than him. Aaron, the two of you make love. I'm Vinnie Penn, your party animal baby. Hello. This is Jane Goodall on animal radio. And I just like everybody to realize that each day you live, you make some difference on the planet and you can choose what kind of difference you're going to make. And hopefully every day you'll try to make the world a little bit better for people, for animals and for the environment. If you're living with diabetes and using insulin, you know the pain of pricking your fingers over and over again. Ouch! 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Ernie Rodina is our horse expert, animal communicator Joy Turner, dog father Joey Vellani is your groomer, Vlade the world famous Russian dog, wizard and Dr. Debbie. Vlade, back from a much undeserved vacation last week. You actually got in trouble on the airlines. Is that correct? No, they got in trouble with me and the airplane because, you know, they try just to pick up the fight with me on every stop. And it was a four stops, four fights. Oh, will you tell us about it a little later on? Sure I will. I definitely will. Today, Doug Gray from the Marshall Tucker Band will grace us with his presence. He's a kitty I believe his animals are Cheech and Chong. Yes, two kitties. Two kitties, Cheech and Chong, Persian kitties. And he's on the way right here on Animal Radio. Also, Joey Vellani today will tell you how to get rid of that smell that your brachycephalic dog. And that means, of course, that they have that crunched up face like they've been chasing parked cars. If you have one of those dogs and their face smells, he'll have tips for you. Boy, it's hot in the studio. Open the window over there. I feel like a prisoner in this studio sometimes. I know. It seems like it's getting smaller with all these people in it. Speaking of prisoners, have you ever had this experience maybe where you have your brand new little puppy and you're concerned about letting them out of the backyard or going on walks or anything because you don't want them to be exposed to what's out there. It's sort of like an overprotective mother. And I can explain that before they've had their babies. I spent from like when I was born to 16 locked in my house because my mom didn't want me going out and getting in trouble. That's exactly why I'm on social. And that can make some dogs pretty on social too, couldn't it doc? Yeah, it sure could. That's actually what I do call the backyard prisoners. And it's a very misguided effort that a lot of pet owners will try to do to protect their from infectious disease and the idea that keeping them in the backyard will avoid exposure to any potential infectious disease. But what it actually does is it creates a real problem, both behaviorally and coming to the vet office or even the groomer. Love it. Love it. Love it. Love it. Let me kiss you just for a bit. Oh my gosh. You're just telling me just honey in my heart. So keep going. Keep going. Well, this is actually something that, you know, in practice and very early on, I had a lot of fellow practitioners, you know, tell people this. And it's just not the way we want to think anymore. So we do want to be cautious. And, you know, we have to keep in mind that puppies do have an immune system that's developing. So they get immunity from mom when they're born. And that'll wear off between six to 16 weeks of age, which is important to be smart and not expose them to bad things. But it's also the golden period of socialization. And as Vlad would agree, yes, don't kiss my ring, please. That is the time when we want to get them exposed to those unusual, noisy things, new dogs, other pets, noisy people, all those things. And probably this misconception comes from the point because American society means ladies were pushed long ago to the point that they were telling them so breastfeeding is the bad thing. You have to get some synthetic milk. But people, if you get this puppy from reputable breeder and this puppy was sucking the mom's milk, that dog has a natural protection like the doctor says. Once it's in him, but don't be too cautious. Otherwise, you know, going to be for another people for another dogs. Keep going back. I love what you're saying. I've taken my dogs out when they were puppies, and I take them out to places that we're going to expose them to later. So as a pup, I took my dog out to the lake. I took him out to the forest. I took him out to the mountains. Now I was smart. I didn't take him where all the other dogs congregated. We wanted him getting out by the sights and the sounds and exposure to those things. What about Toys R Us? What about maybe huge grocery store like Kroger? What I was doing, I would have inductor some blanket. I put my doggy on this blanket and have treats in my hands. And I was harassing the people as I always do. Could you give my dog some treats? That's what I did all the time. That's a great idea. Now, the thing I would not advise and you have to be cautious. You have to pick the right situation. That's great to socialize to people. What I wouldn't recommend is take that puppy into PetSmart or to those big box pet stores. That is going to be the spot where there's a lot of dogs. You don't know those dogs' immune system, what vaccines they've had. So you want to avoid those group areas. Stay away from the dog parks with the puppy. Stay away from the community parks where all the other doggies are brought along. And definitely stay away from the pet stores until they're fully vaccinated. And that's alternative if some of your neighbor Mike or neighbor Kathy or mother-in-law or someone who you know have dogs, which you know are healthy and in good shape. This is a great idea to bring the puppies in and let them socialize. Of course, I always try to be brief profiling. I don't want to have any problems. So I always like stupid goldens in labs because they're just goofy. They're not going to do anything to the puppies. You don't want to be too overprotective of your animals like my mom was to me. And just isolating them in the yard doesn't guarantee that they can avoid any infectious diseases anyway, does it, doc? No, it doesn't. And I've had pets where they've come in and they've actually gotten Parvo sitting in their own backyard because they were trying to live under this lifestyle of not take the puppy out. And we can bring things like Parvo in on our shoes. Wildlife can bring in parasites and infectious diseases. So it doesn't prove to be 100% effective, this backyard prisoner technique. And my last thought is in the Midwest, Michigan and Chicago area where I worked, vets were on the site which as Dr. Davies said, they're not too protective too much. However, here in California and even Las Vegas area, I see the vice versa. And in those areas, I see much more like a behavioral-based problems as aggression toward other people or dogs just because of the socialization because when the puppy goes through the critical stages, you got to fulfill it or you're going to pay the price. 1-866-405-8405. If you have a question about your animals, now's the time to call. And we go to Angela. Excuse me. Hi, Angela. How are you? Hey, fine. How are you? Good. I understand you want to talk to Joey Vellani. Yes, sir. What's going on? Well, I've got a cat who just loves to be groomed to the point that when I'm at home, my mother's taking care of her. You know, the cat meets her at the door, runs up on the kitchen counter and jumps up there. My mother gives her a can of food and she may or may not eat the food before she runs through the door to the garage and jumps up on the grooming table to wake from my mother to brush her. And I'm explaining all this because this is not a cat that doesn't like to be groomed. The problem I'm having is, you know, the table is a plastic patio table and chair.
"vlade" Discussed on Animal Radio
"But we all know Hale is not the bad dancer. He's a wonderful dancer. And like I normally say with my clients, you pick the music, I will tell you how to dance. It's Animal Radio. Wow Vlada, you're quite the dancer. Yeah. And you just mentioned I was flying to Michigan on vacation. You are wrong. I was flying to Michigan on business. My wealthy clients from Michigan who I trained a few dogs five, six years ago, they've got a new puppy. They've got a Pomeranian and everyone in Michigan tried to train that dog without any results. So they sponsored my visit. They paid for traffic fare or it's just separate talk. Oh my gosh. And it was like a war zone for me to flying to Detroit from Orange County. And after that for a hotel and they paid a lot of money for me staying. I was four days working with that puppy. But boy, we got it. We made it. You fixed your problem. Oh, I fixed it to the degree they didn't even expect it. And they were so happy. They even gave me tips. So what was the puppy doing? What was wrong? Well, their major concern was the puppy was running for invisible fans and never come back and they were chasing it for days. But I told the people, this is just the symptoms of the problems. You don't have a good relationship with your dog. He didn't have a binding with the dog. So, you know, we started from very behavior problem, excuse me, from obedience. We trained the dog unleash, off leash, took it everywhere. And after that I fixed that invisible fence. So they were very happy. Wow. And they paid a lot of money for that. Yeah. The people were very wealthy. Their house in Michigan and the lake similar probably to size wise to Microsoft headquarters or something like that. So you're telling me those people spend probably thousands of dollars to bring you out there, but the listeners can call right now and talk to you free of charge. Is that what you're trying to tell me? Yes. Besides giving the numbers, because I've been told in America, you cannot ask how much you make and you're not supposed to give the answers. In just a couple of seconds, we're going to talk ears because sometimes you go to the vet and they say, you came in for this problem with your dog's ears and you didn't need to do it. You could have taken care of this at home. No, they don't. They don't actually say that. Okay. So my cat is walking around, scratching its ears and it's tipping its head sideways. Is this a sign that I should go to the vet or not? What's going on doc? That's a very good thing to think about. And you know, the big thing is with a lot of people, I see that they don't recognize is when they need to go to the veterinarian for an ear problem, they kind of dismiss it. They don't recognize what's normal and abnormal. So we want to clarify that and we're going to either save you a trip to the vet or we're going to help get your pet there when they really need to. So the big thing is we're going to use the people's senses, the pet parents senses and their own powers of observation along with maybe a good cleanser that you can use at home and then we can help identify this problem or not. So the big thing is we want to watch it, we're going to smell it, we're going to rub it and we're going to clean it. Ooh, that sounds crazy, doesn't it? But basically when you look at your dog's ear or cat, we want to make sure that the head position is normal, the head is straight, and that he shouldn't be doing any unusual scratching or rubbing at the ears. If they're scratching, rubbing, if they tip that head to the side, like you said, how that is a sign of an infection or a problem that needs to be addressed. Wow. And why do they do that? It's just equilibrium or? Well, partly it can be itchy, it can be uncomfortable, but yes, it can get down to the deeper part of the ear canal and that can actually lead to a vestibular disturbance or basically an equilibrium problem where they kind of don't sense which way is up. So that's actually a more advanced ear infection and we want to get that pet to the vet right away. Well, you know, my cat doesn't tip his head. What he does is the head is straight, but one ear is straight out to the side. Oh, he'll point his ear out sideways. Yeah, put his ear down. One ear will be up and the other one will be down. Is that a bad sign? But they don't. That sure can. And now some pets will certainly have like some dogs will have ears, one that might not stand fully and it's just kind of canted to the side. So that's a little different, but if normally the ears are erect and that you at one point notice that the ears tip to the side. Yeah, that's something we need to take a look at. The other big thing is really smelling. And you know me, I love picking up odors in veterinary medicine. I think it's like the coolest thing. I think that's why you sit next to Vlade all the time. I'm not sure. Come on. I use the French perfume people. Oh, that's French perfume? Gentlemen. There you go. Okay, go ahead. Yes. So a good dog or cat ear should smell like a clean dog or cat. There's a little bit of a doggy odor. Sometimes a little bit of that Frito foot thing you smell when you smell a dog's feet. That's healthy and that's a normal odor. If we're picking up anything that's actually kind of like a yeasty or what I kind of describe as an old man's dirty socks. Oh my gosh. What is the topic we're talking about? Just, you know, all the bad things. So, you know, I understand that. Yes. So if it smells like your father's old rotten sock that's, you know, laying down there in the laundry chute, that is a problem. Yeah. Doctor, why are some dogs just genetically predisposed to that? Like let's say chocolate laps. I see it all the time in them. It's kind of breed related or is it? Sure. Yeah. We do see a lot of retrievers will definitely have ear infections. Cocker Spaniels. They're a breed that have a lot of ear problems. So you want to definitely get on board. Part of it is they're prone to more allergies, food allergies. They can have keratinization disorders that can build up to more wax in the ear canal. So all those things really are kind of tied together there. Okay. So we're watching it, we're smelling it. And what else should we do? We're going to rub it. Boy, this sounds like a sex talk, doesn't it? But yeah, most dogs enjoy a good ear rub and they're going to enjoy your, they may do that when you put your finger in their ear. But if you hear crying, if you're hearing whining, or if when you rub the ear, that back foot on that same side comes up and they start scratching vigorously, that's a sign that there's a problem in that ear. So you want to get that baby to the bat. Okay. What about cleaning it, finding out what that stuff is in their ear? Cleaning. Yeah. And we're going to use a non-medicated cleanser. And you're going to basically find in a healthy ear, maybe a little bit of yellow or brown wax and just enough that comes up on a cotton ball on your fingertip. Not a lot. So if you're seeing anything oozy, anything that's got blood or kind of chunky brown clumps, what I term as Oreo cookie crumb debris, that is an infection. And that's something that needs to be addressed. Okay. So we need to watch it, smell it, rub it, and clean it. We'll put all these tips over at the website so you can determine yourself if your animal's ear problem is something that needs to be taken care of by the vet, or if it's something that you couldn't take care of at home. You're listening to Animal Radio. Call the Dream Team now with the free Animal Radio app for iPhone and Android.
"vlade" Discussed on Animal Radio
"Moon Brady oh and begley junior is joining us for our animal radio carbon paw print special. Now Ed was green before green was cool. That was back in the 70s when earth day started, huh? It was 1970, a Gaylord Nelson came up with the idea of earth day and my friend Dennis Hayes was one of the organizers for that first earth day. And I was not there in the mall in Washington, but I was in LA and did my part with LA earth day activities. And what I did was I started recycling. I started composting. I even bought an electric car and all that stuff I quickly learned I was doing for the green of the planet was also good for that other green, which is money. I was saving money in all of it. So I certainly stuck with it. Did people think you were crazy doing all this stuff? Oh, definitely. To ride around an electric car in 1970, a slow little thing. I'm being quite grand when I say a car. We're talking about a golf cart with a windshield wiper and a horn. It was a very modest vehicle to win very slow. But I want to do my part to clean up the LA smog and I quickly surmised that it was much cheaper than buying gasoline to plug it in the wall and it was of course much cheaper to maintain. There was no tune up oil change or fan belt to radiator flush your spot check about job. Very cheap car. People need to drive now. I have a rav four electric that I bought a decade ago. It's also very cheap because I'm charging it on the solar at my house and it's also very easy to maintain. There's no tuna oil change or anything like that on that as either. There's a lot of controversy right now whether or not climate change is for real. I would just urge people to go to the NASA website, just type in NASA climate. Those two words go to Noah, National Geographic, their website. These are people that really don't have a dog in the race. I don't see what forgive me for making a dog racing reference. We don't go to dog races, but you know the reference I'm making. Sure. They don't have anything at stake here. So NASA climate will tell you that CO2 is going up, temperatures going up, sea levels are rising. Sea ice is going down and all that stuff is there on their website with a ticker like the national debt that's a clock that's kind of you can see it going up and all the numbers are quite there. So even if there's some natural system that is doing some part of this warming that is definitely occurring, everybody agrees it's occurring. If it's some natural cycle, why would you add to it to put more blankets on the greenhouse, the blankets are CO2? Why add to it? Keep it down to a minimum at the very least you're going to do three things that nobody I think would dispute. That is, we have dirty air in our cities. Let's clean it up. We use way too much money on foreign oil, 350 billion with a B a year. Let's end that. And let's put money in our pockets. We can save money by being energy efficient. Let's do those three things and in so doing, we will help this fight against climate change. When it comes to our animals and reducing the carbon paw print, there's some pretty simple things we can do like grooming your pet regularly and using organic shampoos. You know, you want to use the healthiest shampoos and other products like that on your pet. You don't want to use some of these toxic things. So there are people out there that make wonderful products for pets. I have a line of non toxic cleaning products called earth responsible products. There are others out there. Please use any of them. If you're on a serious budget, as I was in 1970, I use vinegar and water for a lot of stuff to clean up. I still use it a bit. I use baking soda to clean up instead of getting out the corner. I never use a harsh stuff like comet that has some stuff that I don't want in it, but the stuff I keep under the sink and I have for four years because I use it so rarely I mostly use simple baking soda to get those stains out of the sink when that doesn't work then I go for the bun Emmy. You made friends with vlade here who's always talking about vinegar and water. It's great. Yeah, because what he's telling us, he's acting like a typical Russian wife, you know? He didn't have a lecture, man and a chemical. And she could make the soup with three components, which is potato, water, and pot. I love it. That's a cooking pot, by the way. 'cause I still have a Michigan accent because I originally from Michigan, people sometimes not related. So people when using shampoo and look for their bad ingredients. Number one, so do red soft date. Avoid that one. Joe, don't look at me like that. I know you don't have any product line this one. Your product line can be found at begley's best dot com. Correct. For now, we've had them in a chain of stores in the LA area called gelson's and now we just got an order from whole foods. So we'll be in whole foods again soon, but you can find that you can buy them online at beg these best dot com and they're great products. They're not toxic. They clean great if you want something that level above a vinegar and water and baking soda, which I like Vlad urge people to start with that stuff. If you want something to cut above that that does a few other things get my products they're very good. Okay, we'll put a link over at the website there at animal radio dot com for those of you driving along right now want to learn a little more about Ed Begley's line. We'll also put your Twitter address and all that information you are always tweeting about all these great products that are great for the environment and we truly appreciate that. Ed Begley junior joining us. Thank you so much for your time today. Thank you for having me on. 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"vlade" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix
"Vlade was absolutely a flopper, and there were definitely some questionable things that happened in the course of that series in both directions. And as I always say, game 7, in Sacramento, the kings had every opportunity. It's funny. Yeah, I talked with Scott Paul and about that. He said the same thing. He said, look, no matter, no matter how you feel about game 6, we screwed this up. We ship the bed. We went back to Sacramento game 7. That building, you remember how loud that building used to get, you know, we had everything and reach at the bed and game 7. That's how put it, he said, I don't worry much about game 6. Game 7 that bothers me. Yeah. So the last chapter of the book is kind of self explanatory. We talked about it a little bit earlier, but Steph going for 54 hits 11 of 13 threes. And in a lot of ways, really kicks off the three point era that we're in and also kicks off the Steph era that we're in. And that one, we don't need to go down deep on that one, but I want to just bring it up because so people know like the last game is from 9 years ago, so it's recent history, but it's just long enough ago to remind us that the game didn't always look quite this way and Steph wasn't always this supernova. Anyway, so the 12 games, they're all fascinating in their own right. They all have an importance in their own right. You also have a Dirk at the Nike hoop summit in 1998, so that kind of stands in for the international evolution of the game. There's just a bunch of really great stuff, so before we go, we'll talk a little NBA, but again, people, the history of the NBA in 12 games by Sean Devin is in bookstores, I believe November 1st on sale. That's right, yep. Probably in all the usual online places the people could go look for it too. So before I let you go a couple things just around the NBA. So you're in Springfield, Massachusetts, as I mentioned earlier, you're a New England guy. You came up on the Celtics, give me your just snapshot impression of where the Celtics stand today a week out from the emea DOCA news and his suspension, where do you think it leaves this team as they kind of pick up the pieces, get over the initial shock of this, just the news and whatever the scandal aspect of it for lack of a better term. I never know how to project on these things. There's a human element here, but they're going to be on their third coach in three years because of this. You doka was such a key figure for them last year in galvanizing this team and then going to the finals. Sean, you know that franchise really well, give me your quick thoughts on where this leaves them and on the decision that the Celtics made.
"vlade" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix
"And of course, I've now been in New York for almost two decades. And the way that the 90s are glorified as this utopian version of the NBA, by certain fan bases specifically, certainly New York certainly Detroit. And I think there are others who are kind of nostalgic for it. I mean, I think some players who grew up watching that still kind of say like, that was the real NBA, you know, that they liked the physical version of it. But no, it was not enjoyable for most fans, I don't think. And I don't think it was good for the game. There's a reason the NBA tried to evolve a little bit. Take out all the physicality, but some of it and crack down on flagrant and then eventually change up other rules that allowed the game to kind of flow a little bit more. It's an interesting period of the NBA. It's different. And I think it can be enjoyable in its own right, but I don't think it's aesthetically pleasing. Well, and we saw that after Michael Jordan, we hired. Like now, once he was gone, you know, there were some years that you obviously have the Lakers run, but you know, I'm pretty sure you were at the 2003 finals, which was the nets and the spurs. And you might remember jeez, one of the game three game four. It was like 78 to 69. Like that was the NBA. I remember Greg Popovich saying, we just said, but back 15 years. And it was right. I mean, it was just ugly, ugly stuff. Once Michael Jordan wasn't there anymore, it was kind of like, this is a tough thing to sell. Yeah, yeah. They had some things to fix. a really bad segue. Speaking of fix. I like the terrible, terrible segue. I do not believe that, by the way, I'll just put that on the record first. So May 2002, Western Conference Finals, Lakers and kings, this was an epic freaking series, by the way, which I think now gets overshadowed in some corners by the game 6 officiating controversies and everything that went with it. But Lakers kings was awesome. There were a lot of moments. This is also the series that includes vlade divac tipping out the miss by Kobe misses Shaq, misses the putback vlade debuts tips it out. Robert ore, yeah, just scoops it up, says, oh, look, a three point opportunity drains it to hit that one. And of course, the Lakers eventually win that in overtime of game 7 in Sacramento to go to their third straight finals, and that's when they beat the nets for the three Pete. I mean, listen, this is a game that people remember for all the wrong reasons and the controversy, the conspiracy theories, Tim donaghy keeps dredging it up as a way to try to paint everybody else as crooks because he is and so he thinks the way to defend himself is by saying the whole thing is corrupt and he's preying on the ideas and concerns and suspicions people have long had.
"vlade" Discussed on Animal Radio
"They have great hotel in destination reviews. Where can I find the magazine? Go online to fido friendly dot com. I will for sure. Come on tasty. We're off to find our next adventure. You're listening to animal radio, call the Dream Team now with the free animal radio app for iPhone and Android. This one's for vlade we have Kira. Welcome to the show Kira. Hi, I can believe I got through. What's going on? All right. Thank you. And I will really appreciate the blood it can give some input. So here I can hold on one second. You're asking a similar to mine. Are you from Polish? No, I'm from former Soviet Union. Most code to this specific. Wow. Wow, you're a Michael patriot or my comrade. My dear. But I didn't know. Last week. I know everybody in this dead spicy bus. Okay, so everyone knows spicy, but you know, okay, let's go back in English. So how can I help you? So this is what it is. I married this amazing American guy. You did. No, he's not one second. He's not the problem. If he's any good here, if he has any good. Yes, he is. He's elected. He had no complaints. So you're cleaning for him and cooking for him. He's basically a happy man, you know, otherwise he could be maybe end up with a pizza with a popcorn on the side. So go ahead. And we both can clean. So that's not like that. So here's the situation. Okay. So he's not the problem. The problem is my mother in law. First of all oh my. I'm from for her and from former Soviet Union, which means automatically that I'm a communist. And she's constantly harassing me with questions about my communist self, which I don't have. I mean, I'm not a communist, I'm 36 years old, and I had nothing to do with the party. It was just very. Okay. So guess what? Now, it's not only me suffering. Now it's my dog suffering because I have this great dog German Shepherd. Okay. And we are a very close new families. We hang out a lot, and what happens is that I bring my dog with me naturally, right? We all love our all want to be with them. So I bring my dogs through her house and we're working out. Well, he has a kiss. And now the problem is she's seeing that my dog stresses her cat forces her to sit on the shelf instead of participating at the dinner. And. Oh my gosh. Yes, and stop the kids from enjoying food on quote family environments. So I guess for me being the communist, she decided that my dog is also a terrorist. Oh my gosh. Yeah, and I mean, I mean, really, I understand that my dog likes to cat as much as I like my mother in law. You know what I mean? It's natural. It's not gonna get you. You know, you know, you know, dogs and cats. They eventually, if they don't grow, if they don't race together, that's okay for them to be like Soviet Union and United States. You know, no laughs. But no fight. That's how it should be. Yeah, I got it. I got, hold on, hold on, Kira. You are very dumb and have a dumb personality. When I'm talking to you, I am kind of about making my pants wet. Just hold on. Let me let me help you out. Look, okay, let me help my Russian comrade. To help her with this evil American mother in law. So here is what we were going to do. Number one, so we have a two situation. We have to make sure we're going to deal with the pairs and we're going to deal with the mother in law. And I'm very good with both. Yeah, sounds very fun. Yeah. So number one, I would understand that starting the war, it's going to be blood with your mother in law. So I would hear what I would do. I would pretend like you're a Labrador retriever in the skin. So I would invite her somewhere else. And territory. Nothing. Yeah, mother in law, I would invite her first, and I would. And I would sit down here and look straight in her eyes, and you know, and talk to her like when Soviet Union was talking to Americans, you know? We love you, but you know what? You know, this is the way to be and let's make the deal. And the deal is very simple Kira. Please, when you come to us, no cats. When we come to your home, we'll bring no dog and that will establish the piss in your family and thank you for calling me. It was a such a great pleasure to speak with you. This portion of animal radio was underwritten by peer free, happy homes. Don't forget you can get your fix of animal radio anytime you want with the animal radio app for iPhone and Android. Download it. Now, it's made possible by fear free, happy homes. Helping your pets live their happiest, healthiest, fullest lives at home. At the vet, and everywhere in between visit them its fear free, happy homes dot com. And thanks for your free for underwriting animal radio. You're listening to animal radio, call the Dream Team now with the free animal radio app for iPhone
"vlade" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix
"Your favorite clutch shot? 'cause you hit a ton of them. Yeah. My favorite clenched moment is 2005, his second half of my class shot was has to be Western Conference, you know, against the Sacramento queens of Shaq like the car. And because two things too. Yeah, 2002. It happened with no time left on the clock. So you know you want. And it happened at home. That makes it, that's what makes it so special because even though you hate, you love to see fans on the road and they all cry and like, oh, making the faces, but you love on a personal note to do it in front of your fans. And more important hit them in chant your name because, you know, playing with Shaq and Kobe, you get a chance to advance your name. So for me to hit that shot I was getting Sacramento, it was so special for me. And even now when they show that overhead shot, I still get goosebumps, man when I see that man because for me growing up a Laker fan and to be able to do that in a Laker uniform in front of the Lake crowd was outside of winning championships and having kids, that's right there in the top three. I don't have a great photographic memory for these things, rob, but I've got to believe the two loudest moments during that three peat were your shot against the kings and the Shaq Kobe love, the Kobe to Shaq love in 2000 gets the blazers. Like the two times where I just remember the place just fucking exploding. Just absolutely just coming unglued. And it's not that they wouldn't have celebrated the championship because of the first championship in 2000 was one on the home court at Staples. The next two were both on the road, right in Philly and in New Jersey. I didn't even think about it so you just mentioned it. Yeah. Yeah, only one of the three was one at home. But that's just, you know, the next one was a sweep, so they want to game four was in New Jersey. And you guys always had home court. And the Philly one that was the two three two format, right? But you lost game one. Yeah. And then won the next four in a row. So it was still in Philly. But yeah, those were incredibly loud moments. I've probably told you this. What I always remember from your shot against the kings, not just that it was obviously an amazing shot, rob, and a hugely important one besides. It's that afterwards, vlade gets up on the podium because vlade was the dumb fool who tapped it out after Kobe misses and Shaq misses, vladi taps it out, thinking it's just going to time is going to expire, but he taps it right to your hands at the ark and you're like, oh, look, the ball. I guess I'll shoot it. Vlade gets up on the podium afterward and says, it's look shot. Anyone can get shot. And so then you come in a few minutes later at the podium. And I think it was Scott Howard Cooper from the LA times if people play the clip on YouTube, you can find it who says to you Vlad I called it a luck shot. Do you remember what your response was? I ain't no look shot. I've been doing all my career. You better read a paper or something. Yes. Because I was going to say you got to watch ESPN at the time. ESPN had did the report on somebody else that I was mad about. So I didn't want to give them no love. So I had said, it was funny, but because it was funny, I don't even remember what it was about. I was just mad at ESPN, so he could watch ESPN or something. I didn't say that. So I said you better read a paper or something. And that's why I love you, rob, because in that moment I was like, damn, that is the best endorsement for newspapers. I was at the LA daily news at the time. Of course, I spent most of my career in newspapers. I was like, the newspaper industry should have like clipped that and played that as an endorsement, right? I know. I should have been on the front of LA times or whatever, paper was like, yo, Robert, endorses papers. And we needed it. Newspapers newspapers were already on hard times then more so now. But that was that was one of my favorite all time exchanges too, just and you guys are the kings. There was always something it was either Shaq calling them the queens, which wouldn't go over as well in 2022. Maybe it didn't go over as well or that well then either. But there was always a lot of shit talk Phil's talk of trash about them putting clips of Rick Edelman in the film sessions that they didn't appreciate when they heard about it. There was a lot of stuff. There was a lot of stuff. The cowbell town, you know, that was the worst one. Shaq moon in everybody after we win game 7 and they build in, you know, there's so many things. And we were rolling to the bus a lot of people know that it came in the fans with throwing stuff out going to game 7 rocking the bus at the on the way out. We all like mooning them and stuff. It's too bad. You know, I guess it's a love and a love and a heat relationship. It's like, you wish you'd have had cell phone cameras back then. But then you didn't get your wish you didn't, because there's so many things that we wish we had on tape on film that was so much fun, so that I would love to see Shaq moon in the fans as we left arco. Could you imagine and it would have been the king's fans like there would have been like 50 people out there all taping it who would have just had like a shot of like bare ass. That is not a pleasant image to end this on. Speaking of which, I can not let you go without this one. I gotta pull one more from back in the day. I remember us having this conversation might have been in Philly one year or whatever where because we were talking about trophy presentations and everything and you were creeped out by the fact that when guys win it all, they're going in their kissing the trophy in any sport. What is your phobia of guys kissing the trophy? Hey man, I don't know what your mouth being with that trophy being what's going on in the back we've been walking on it and crawling them. I'm not a germaphobe, but you know, especially with this day and age with COVID and guys with kids to trophy. You think about hockey, they put beer and drink out of it. I'm like, yeah, backwash and all this kind of stuff. I'm like, no, I can do it all day. Man, but it's just, it's just weird how guys are. You know, and the thing with Steve Nash is shack or the two guys I think when they put their hands in their mouth, they lick their fingers. I'm like, oh, that's just so much nastiness going on. And guys, you know, spitting on the floor and there's so many things that just unsanitary man. I can never kiss you. I do it like this. You know? Put my hand kiss my hand, make it look like a kiss of choice. Yeah, I gotta say, I'm with you on this wood actually. It's a nice, it's a nice image. I get it. It looks good for the cameras and you're just so happy in the moment and everything, ecstatic, but like, yeah, man, you don't know where that trophy has been. And other guys have, you don't know where the people's mouths, I'm with you. The Stanley Cup thing, like they should just end that practice. I don't know if they have ended that practice, but in the COVID era, maybe the beer kills the germs, I don't know. Maybe they had some vodka maybe, but no. And it's the same truth when you go from one team to next to the next to the next. You don't know what this guy did to that trophy when he had in his possession. Somebody should do a story on this. I imagine they must have some sort of sterilization process between at least in the off years, right? They better. Before they pack that thing away? Yeah. I don't know. So you're in the garage working on your car. And you need the valves you bought last week. You look in the cabinets. 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"vlade" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily
"Interpretation of dracula involves a whole bunch of things he sleeps in coffins only comes out at night has a weakness for garlic and crosses can't see himself in a mere and of course drinks other people's blood none of this really has anything to do with the historic dracula. However the real dracula was named vlade the third or of lodger kula who is the second son of lodger. The word cool meant dragon in medieval romanian and he got the name when he was initiated into the order of the dragon. Which was chivalry order. Drac julia or dracula just means son of the dragon. In modern romanian dre cool has come to mean a word for the devil. His father of lodger cool was the ruler of wallachia. It was situated in modern day. Romania and it was located north of the danube river and south of the carpathian. Mountains in the mid fifteenth century was sandwiched between a rock and a hard place. The rock was known as the ottoman empire. Any hard place was known as the kingdom of hungary blotted his brother rodney. Both grew up in the ottoman empire. Held hostage there by the ottoman turks. Wlob's father and eldest brother were killed when forces backed by the kingdom of hungary invaded. We'll ocu- and installed his cousin vladislav the second on the throne in fourteen forty eight vlade then struck back with the support of the ottomans and he took control of philoxenia taking his first. Turn as ruler there. It didn't last long however as vladislav came back and pushed flat out back into ottoman territory and then he was in exile for eight years in fourteen fifty. Six vlade return to unlock you. This time with the backing of hungry in wladyslaw was killed in the invasion in vlade became the ruler for a second time it was during a second reign where vlade develops his reputation and his taste for killing people. He began his reign by enacting. Revenge against the boyer's who were the aristocracy in the region. Many of the boyer's plotted against his father and his brother to have them killed healed a banquet for the boyer's and had everyone killed at the banquet in his own version of the treasury of the long knives estimates are in the hundreds to thousands for this first round of killings even had a falling out with the saxons who lived in wallachia..
"vlade" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily
"Vampires have been a part of folklore for centuries perhaps no mythical vampire is more famous than that of count dracula. Well count dracula might be fictional. Believe it or not he was based and named on a real person who lived in fifteenth century romania while he might not have been a vampire e was still plenty deadly learn more about of law the impaler also known as lodger kula on this episode of everything everywhere. Daily this episode is sponsored by audible dot com. My audiobook recommendation. Today is of laud the third drug hula. The life and times of the historical dracula by dr. Kurt treptow the fifteenth century. Romanian prince vlade the third kula. Also known as vlad the impaler is one of the most fascinating personalities of medieval history already. During his own lifetime his true story became obscured by veil of miss as a result he has been portrayed both as a tyrant who denigrated down throughout the centuries into the fictional vampire of the same name created by bram stoker at the end of the nineteenth century and as the national christian hero who bravely fought to defend his native land and all of europe against the invading turkish infidels even in more recent history. The true story of drake hula has been obscured by communist and nationalist. Historiographer you a free one-month trial audible and to free audiobooks by going to audible trial dot com slash.
"vlade" Discussed on Ghostly
"Are not most. Investigators are not claiming that it's vlad himself right. They believe that it's other contract. You're dracula dracula himself they they really know. There were plenty of other people that Soldiers in this castle people died Plenty of torture prisoners all sorts of things over the year. So it doesn't this place can be haunted without a being dracula all right but here we go first piece. Though is related to lead. This is from journal news dot com and this is actually last a month so september twenty twenty one This year They do this every year. They do the world's largest ghost hunt is a thing that happens And basically paranormal investigators all over the world do investigations on the same day to kind of raise awareness for panama investigations And this year there was one that happened at brand castle While they were in the torture room which is again. It's a museum so it's not necessarily the the only room they did torturing or a you know whatever just a room where they were not even claiming that they actually did torturing in this. It's just that this is the this is where they display this horse sir. Yes but these were devices that were used on people. Yeah for sure. Yeah okay So they have a rack and iron maiden overseas baiting dating back to the fourteenth so the lead investigator was a marg marjorie And she or mar might not be pronouncing that right. But that's what i'm gonna say And she believes that she actually did communicate with land. So this was the only person i could find that. Actually i think she talked a lot so she was holding dowsing rods in each hand and asked a series of yes or no questions. So you know. The the dowsing rods would go outward for yes and inward for no. She told the ghosts. is sapan there now. We haven't used that name yet. some hashes is supposedly like his actual name is like vlade surpass. Yeah and then Supposedly pashas spirit or by the way. There's a lot of leads that's true. Yes yes lots of leads Is supposed there. She asked suspicious. Spirit allegedly answered. Yes by moving the dowsing rods out marjorie s To spin the rods if he was once imprisoned there. The rods spun fast. She asked the patch to answer. Yes or no to whether or not. He used the castle military output outpost. The rods moved inward to say. No so there you have it. Marjorie said sapan was only imprisoned there. asked if she believes that it was suppressions ghost communicating with her merger said. I think it's a good possibility. Yes.
"vlade" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix
"Forever is something that will that will haunt us in in many ways i think jeff petri In that front office winning cooper they put together the teams. They got us pieces The the unit together the loops in every bite like we had. We just didn't close it. Even when i go back and i think about that. Time versus the lakers. However they knew that we were better than do you know when you compete against somebody. you know. it's i. I can't really. I don't even know how to quantify it and say it with my mother. Capillary but there's a thing and when you're up against Lakers you're up in twenty in the first quarter to disband just happening but we couldn't close deal so there's nothing that we can say about so you guys have all live with that for a long time it will. It will stay with you and one form or another but would but see web going to the hall and rick ataman. This weekend. I could argue. This is a validation for that for your entire kings era. Like for all of you. Do you feel like for chris after going through all. These years of being snubbed overlooks for this. There's a certain emotional side of that vacation Do you feel it vicariously. A little bit too. Is this something that all of you who were part of that that team those teams feel like this is the recognition that eluded us. Yeah i think a little bit of us will go with coach atom in in in web. And that that's why you'll see myself in pasia bobby and bibi and Vlade it'll be there. I'm not sure if jail is coming or not but you'll you'll see that brotherhood there because Obviously winning a championship would have been everything but to also watch our brother and in our father in many ways rick out on to get a crowned it It's a crowning achievement. It it's a good thing we we knew that I don't think rickets the credit that rick deserves either. I mean he goes to the finals. Twice in portland doesn't win. We are right there on the cusp with the lakers. We don't win so the respective necessarily put on rick's name but in many ways whether it's him and coach correal and A jeff peach tree and the whole brain. Trust put it. I mean think about the style of basketball that he brought in in the willingness of of rhode island to allow us to be different The behind the back passes the things that as a kid your top. That's fancy will when you take basketball higher and higher levels rick would say no. It's require at this particular instance based upon the proximity defense. They're playing at the pass. Is the behind the back best. Can you execute it at a high level like his ability to allow us than played through the big guys and allow our power forward to bring the ball up the court a lot of stuff that we didn't see in basketball like both of those guys not getting the credit this is this is in many ways our to your point. It is a bit of credit for for.
"vlade" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER
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"vlade" Discussed on Tipsy Tales
"Bill they would line up all these rocks and the caribou follow the rocks and then like if they made a circle. They won't go in the circle so then they would. That was part of the trap. Wow that makes sense. And they still. They're still you know some tribal places and things still use that for thousands of years old so when lake michigan was not underwater and it was dry. That's what they think. These stones are okay. Is that trap that they used aged ancient hunting. Things they used. And that it's not some weird unexplainable thing reichstag actual stone. Yeah right many have reported other strange occurrences in the triangle area including ufo sightings. Some have even claimed. The triangle was a time portal off. Hello outlander yep and it could bend time calling the cause a metaphysical force with supernatural vortex of energy like the fairy stones. Yeah some blame. The disappearances on the extreme weather out and found in lake michigan which we kind of talked about our including strong squalls and when an high win take take yourself out of being the reader and the wait. What do you think about that. let's just think of. Yeah that's what. I was gonna say 'cause i'm done with this but let's just think about it in my stories. A lot of them were saying it was a clear beautiful day right. there was no wind. There wasn't a storm. It was perfect outside. It was literally one minute there there one minute. They're not right and if it was a stormy day they would there would be some kind of distress like they're going through warm warhol exactly. That's exactly what. I thought when i was reading over like there's yeah like there. Have you ever seen the videos where they show Like a car. Driving down the freeway and it disappears and then reappears right. Yeah something like that. So i mean i don't know. Is it possible there is of course it's possible. I suppose damaging as possible and there are wormholes. Who's to say. There's not wormholes here. Oh shorty is that her. yeah but anyway. That's i mean the. I love that kind of stuff. Yeah the fact that there is no you need to go watch the in search of it's really hard to say but it's fascinating to hear the scientists talk and get into all the scientists scientific stuff but when a when a scientist they try to rationalize everything right. They have numbers for everything. Everything has a scientific reason when he sits there and says i don't know i don't have shit i dunno could it be a wormhole. I mean i guess so. Could it be something psychic like metaphysical. Maybe i don't know i like one. Scientists can admit they don't need to. I respect that. Yeah so i i think. Go watch that national geographic. 'cause it's really cool 'cause expense. Her show for the national guard will watch the national watching. Both because national geographic is one that drains it and it kind of it's cool to know niagara falls Makes total sense like it starts at. It started as a trickle and then because certain things happen rain on media rain vlade created this late this giant lake. But then how it's pushing back like. Is this going back. Because of course the waters wearing down the earth right fascinating. Excuse me fascinating. I didn't even know. I was fascinated about things like that until i started watching it. And i'm like 'cause connor used to watch all that stuff. And i'd be like running around but i all my isis sit there with. This is one of the things i love doing with. My dad was like skipping church watching in search of..
A Review Of The New OnePlus 9 Phone
"Okay so One plus announced the phones. This week they've been teasing these for a long time. I mean one plus the king of not spending a dollar on advertising and just using the power of their voice on the internet to To let you know about everything so the one nine series is the oneplus nine. The oneplus nine pro. You guys know that For for prices we have seven twenty nine starting price for the oneplus nine and then it tops out at eight twenty nine hundred bucks more That gets you eight gig ram and one hundred twenty gigs storage at seven twenty nine and then for another hundred bucks you could ask for more gig rams so twelve gram double the storage certificate six for the nine pro. Which is this guy starts at nine sixty nine. And that's also the eight gig one twenty eight gig combo and then this model i actually have is fully specked out so another hundred bucks which takes us over the thousand dollar price point to one thousand sixty nine twelve gig to fifty six storage. It's kind of what they've done for a couple years so it makes sense but we are at another increase the The eight pro last year started eight ninety nine and then topped out. I think right at ninety nine ninety nine I can't remember offhand with the eight price. Was the april five ninety nine. Six hundred ninety six ninety nine seven ninety nine have been six nine thousand nine hundred ninety nine. Yeah because we're up to seventy nine so kind of a thirty dollar increase in a seventy dollar look. They packed a lot of specs. And we'll get to that so anyway if you want the top of the line one plus nine pro we are whoa well over a thousand but were over thousand bucks now so were ridiculous as far as specs go you know oneplus. Didn't really hold back. They kind of gave us everything and everything you would expect from a modern phone. You know they they haven't done headphone jacks for awhile. And s d cards i. I don't know that they've ever really done those in there. Really cheap phone so i. I'm not gonna waste time complaining about those. But they added the newest of the new. Obviously the cameras going to be a big focus with the with the hassle blah partnership But like this nine pro has hd one hundred twenty hertz. tim's lower lesser of a phone much Ten eighty p but also still hundred twenty hertz. They both have staff in eight eighty eight. I talked about the ram and storage configurations On the camera this has a quad camera. Yours has triple camera. Believe so the big thing. There is the hospital vlade partnership so. This camera is the sony. I m x seven eight nine. Which most people doesn't mean anything. But it's just sort of the newest sony sensor. They said they they developed it in custom with with sony. And so you've got that. And then it has a fifty megapixel wide angle lens.
"vlade" Discussed on 600 WREC
"But for many of them, the road to recovery remains long. Jose Choe of Florida Miles has 25% on. Lee gives his staff 2 to 3 days of work a week while 50% could bring them back to full time and Jeremy Vlade is owner of good enough to eat, says that 25%. He'll actually lose money after paying his team in the cost of food and beverage. But at 50%, he could start paying off some bills. Faxes Aisha Hosni millions more people will become eligible next month for a Corona virus vaccine in California. Severely disabled people and pregnant women will make the cut along with people suffering from certain cancer, heart, lung and kidney conditions. Since the rollout started, California has been plagued by vaccine shortages. Several mass vaccination centers, including Dodger Stadium, have had to temporarily close after supplies ran out. There are still plenty of Americans who don't want a vaccine. There are high percentages of vaccine hesitancy in certain communities across the country were have our eyes wide open about the challenge of addressing that White House press secretary Jen Psaki doses are limited. But pharmacies like CVS, Walgreens and Rite Aid have started offering covert 19 vaccines across the upper Midwest and Arctic Air mass remains firmly in place. It was 1974 the last time the twin cities so over two weeks straight of bitter cold temps in the single digits and below, with a current stretch it six days and expected the last into early next week with wind chill warnings.
"vlade" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Many of them, the road to recovery remains long. Jose Choe of Florida Miles has 25% on. Lee gives his staff 2 to 3 days of work a week while 50% could bring them back to full time, and Jeremy Vlade is owner of good enough to eat, says that 25% he'll actually lose. His money after paying his team and the cost of food and beverage, but 50% he could start paying off some bills. Fox's Aisha Hosni millions more people will become eligible next month for a Corona virus vaccine. In California. Severely disabled people and pregnant women will make the cut along with people suffering from certain cancer, heart, lung and kidney conditions. Since the rollout started. California has been plagued by vaccine shortages. Several mass vaccination centers, including Dodger Stadium, have had to temporarily close after supplies ran out. There are still plenty of Americans who don't want a vaccine. There are high percentages of vaccine hesitancy in certain communities across the country were have our eyes wide open about the challenge of addressing that. White House press secretary Jen Psaki doses are limited. But pharmacies like CVS, Walgreens and Rite Aid have started offering covert 19 vaccines across the upper Midwest and Arctic Air mass remains firmly in place. It was 1974 the last time the twin cities so over two weeks straight of bitter cold temps in the single digits and below, with a current stretch it six days and expected the last into early next week with wind chill warnings.
"vlade" Discussed on KTOK
"Biden will seek to close the prison of the U. S base at Guantanamo Bay following a review process. Press Secretary Jen Psaki says it's the intention of the Biden administration to close the detention facility, which was opened after the September 11th attacks. Toe hold people suspected of ties to Al Qaeda and the Taliban plus the CDC laying out some guidelines for how students and teachers can return. Into the classroom to go back. Teachers don't need to be vaccinated against Cove in 19, according to new guidance from the CDC. The CDC suggests teachers should still be prioritized for vaccines. The district's should be broken up into four zones. Blue and communities with low transmission read where there's high transmission and students should social distance at least 6 ft in PPE. So far, the White House hasn't promised to follow these new guidelines to a T. The Democrats drying up a covert 19 relief bill on Capitol Hill still wanted to include a $15 per hour. Minimum wage boxes Peter Doocy, adding that congressional Republicans and even some Democrats are objecting to the proposed relief bill because of the $1.9 trillion price tag. As part of the package. President Biden wants to send $350 billion to state and local governments as well as tribal governments. And this says the doors reopen again at restaurants in the big Apple Indoor dining in New York City reopens Friday at 25%. But some restaurant owners say it's not enough. Jose Choe of Florida Miles has 25% on. Lee gives his staff 2 to 3 days of work a week while 50% could bring them back to full time and Jeremy Vlade is owner of good enough to eat, says that 25%. He'll actually lose money after paying his team in the cost of food and beverage, but at 50%, he could start paying off some bills. Last week, 70 bars and restaurants filed for an emergency injunction to reopen at half capacity. Ah, judge Has yet to make.
Vlade Divac steps down as Kings general manager
"At Kings general manager Vladi Diva to step down just a day after it sounded like avec Ronon today, want to go forward with both Vladi Divac says the general manager, and Luke Walton is the coach today. Vladi steps down Joe Dumars. I'll take over as executive VP of the Sacramento