• 00:33

    The Cardiac Corner All Star Show

    in Hockey

    Join The Cardiac Corner and Hosts Lee Clark and Andrew Sutton today at 3:30pm est. Today on the show we will be discussing the All Star Game this weekend as well as bringing you some news around the NHL. We will also discuss if fans really enjoy the All Star game and its format as well as the All Star Skills Competition. We will aslo discuss who got snubbed for the game as well as the rash of "injuries" that have seemed to pop up over the last few days. As always feel free to join us in the chatroom which will open up 10-15 minutes before the show starts. If you would like to call in with any questions or opinions feel free to do so. We would love to hear from you!! The call in number for today's show is (914)338-1439

  • 00:31

    Saving a Life from Sudden Cardiac Death

    in Health

    What kills 1000 people a day or one person every two minutes? What kills more people annually than breast cancer, lung cancer and HIV/AIDs combined? What is one event that kills most of the people who suffer from it, but who could possibly be saved? The answer is sudden cardiac arrest (SCA).


    Today's show will be about the survivor of, not one but over 140 sudden cardiac arrests, and his wife. We'll learn why he has suffered so many SCAs, even though he is a relatively young, otherwise healthy man. Lastly, we'll find out what his experience has taught him and his family and what he and his wife have established so others, like he, will be survivors.

  • 02:01

    Night of Hall of Famers: Warren Moon, Bobby Bell, Tom Mack, Larry Wilson...

    in Football

    This week our show is broadcast live from Warren Moon's Hall of Fame Reception benefitting St. Jude Children's Research Hospital out in Scottsdale, Arizona. Our guests will be: Warren Moon, Bobby Bell, Larry Wilson, Tom Mack, David Meltzer and many more. Original TNT co-host Angelo Cane makes a return visit to top off a great night, a great event, for a great cause.


    Join Chris Mascaro and Bob Lazzari every Thursday night from 8:00-10:00 PM EST as they talk with current and former players and coaches from around the NFL & CFL on "Thursday Night Tailgate." Chris and Bob talk football with the greats of the game 52 weeks a year so set a reminder, you don't want to miss an episode. Plus, check out the TNT web site: www.thursdaynighttailgate.com to keep track of upcoming guests, archived episodes and what players are saying about the show.


    “I want to congratulate you on your outstanding show. I’m extraordinarily impressed. I’ve been on a lot of shows over the years in various cities but this one is exceptional."  Andy Russell, Former Pittsburgh Steelers LB

  • 00:31

    Part 3: Close-Up Talk Radio spotlights cardiac sonographer Donna Hendershot

    in Health

    Turlock, CA – Every cell in the heart has the ability to initiate an impulse. Donna Hendershot began her life living in a railroad box car with no running water or plumbing. Growing up, she always dreamed of one day working in the medical field, but her family couldn’t afford to send her to nursing school. 


    At the age of 28, Donna Hendershot defied the odds, finally attending to be a medical assistant. With her foot in the door, finally, Donna resolved to learn every aspect of cardiology.


    That was over 36 years ago. Today, Donna is a retired cardiovascular sonographer. Over the course of her career, supervised all diagnostic testing at San Leandro Hospital and served as an educator, teaching hundreds of nursing students, as well as volunteers, senior citizens and nonmedical professionals, on all aspects related to the anatomy and function of the heart.


    “I don’t like to use the word retired,” says Donna. “I’m not done working. I have so much knowledge to share.”


    The heart works both electrically and mechanically. If an EKG is abnormal they will supplement that test with a sonogram. In cardiac sonography, a transducer penetrates sound into the chest, allowing physicians to look at the individual chambers of the heart and determine how well each is functioning. When you correlate a sonogram with a patient’s EKG, you have a really clear picture of what’s going on with someone’s heart.


    “It was my job to help the doctor help the patient,” says Donna. “The sonogram allows patients to know what’s going on in their bodies before it’s too late, so I loved working with patients and encouraging patients when they were going to have surgery.”

  • 01:38

    CHEROKEE ELDERS COUNCIL FOUNDER PAUL THOMAS

    in Religion

    Prerecorded...


    The Cherokee Elders Council (website) was founded by Paul Thomas in Pryor, Oklahoma on July 9, 1996.


    Paul Thomas was a larger-than-life person. 


    A military veteran, he dedicated his career to Law Enforcement, and after retirement he organized and ran a rehabilitation program for ex-offenders.


    A tribal historian, he was also a "true gentleman." He was in the melee at the Cherokee Nation courthouse... photos exist of him swinging his cane during the riot incited by Chief Joe Byrd.s goons.


    He passed away Sept. 21 2006 of natural causes. He was 87.


    He was a man with the gift of Charity.


    When Blueotter's family was in transit from a Cherokee Gathering at  Wilson's Creek Battlefield, they heard of the disaster while Passing through Pryor, OK, Paul's hometown. Paul and his wife took them in the middle of the night in the aftermath the F6 tornado in Oklahoma City in 1998.

  • 00:31

    Close-Up Talk Radio spotlights cardiac sonographer Donna Hendershot

    in Health

    Turlock, CA – Every cell in the heart has the ability to initiate an impulse. Donna Hendershot began her life living in a railroad box car with no running water or plumbing. Growing up, she always dreamed of one day working in the medical field, but her family couldn’t afford to send her to nursing school. 


    At the age of 28, Donna Hendershot defied the odds, finally attending to be a medical assistant. With her foot in the door, finally, Donna resolved to learn every aspect of cardiology.


    That was over 36 years ago. Today, Donna is a retired cardiovascular sonographer. Over the course of her career, supervised all diagnostic testing at San Leandro Hospital and served as an educator, teaching hundreds of nursing students, as well as volunteers, senior citizens and nonmedical professionals, on all aspects related to the anatomy and function of the heart.


    “I don’t like to use the word retired,” says Donna. “I’m not done working. I have so much knowledge to share.”


    The heart works both electrically and mechanically. If an EKG is abnormal they will supplement that test with a sonogram. In cardiac sonography, a transducer penetrates sound into the chest, allowing physicians to look at the individual chambers of the heart and determine how well each is functioning. When you correlate a sonogram with a patient’s EKG, you have a really clear picture of what’s going on with someone’s heart.


    “It was my job to help the doctor help the patient,” says Donna. “The sonogram allows patients to know what’s going on in their bodies before it’s too late, so I loved working with patients and encouraging patients when they were going to have surgery.”

  • 00:31

    Part 4: Close-Up Talk Radio spotlights cardiac sonographer Donna Hendershot

    in Health

    Turlock, CA – Every cell in the heart has the ability to initiate an impulse. Donna Hendershot began her life living in a railroad box car with no running water or plumbing. Growing up, she always dreamed of one day working in the medical field, but her family couldn’t afford to send her to nursing school. 


    At the age of 28, Donna Hendershot defied the odds, finally attending to be a medical assistant. With her foot in the door, finally, Donna resolved to learn every aspect of cardiology.


    That was over 36 years ago. Today, Donna is a retired cardiovascular sonographer. Over the course of her career, supervised all diagnostic testing at San Leandro Hospital and served as an educator, teaching hundreds of nursing students, as well as volunteers, senior citizens and nonmedical professionals, on all aspects related to the anatomy and function of the heart.


    “I don’t like to use the word retired,” says Donna. “I’m not done working. I have so much knowledge to share.”


    The heart works both electrically and mechanically. If an EKG is abnormal they will supplement that test with a sonogram. In cardiac sonography, a transducer penetrates sound into the chest, allowing physicians to look at the individual chambers of the heart and determine how well each is functioning. When you correlate a sonogram with a patient’s EKG, you have a really clear picture of what’s going on with someone’s heart.


    “It was my job to help the doctor help the patient,” says Donna. “The sonogram allows patients to know what’s going on in their bodies before it’s too late, so I loved working with patients and encouraging patients when they were going to have surgery.”

  • 02:03

    WALKIN CANE MARK - EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW - MONDAY, JULY 14, 2014 - 7 pm PST

    in Music

    No one really knows where Walkin' Cane Mark is from. Someone once said that Mark was born under a cactus deep in the Arizona desert. Others have been heard to state that an infant Walkin' Cane came crawling out from the Superstition Mountains one day after the worst monsoon storm in Phoenix history. A fifth generation musician he was born with the soul of a Gila monster and the voice of a grizzly bear. The Walkin Cane Mark Show is a mixture of raw Rhythm & Blues, Rock, Blues and a whole lotta Soul. 
    The great Willie Dixon dubbed Mark, "Walkin' Cane Mark" in 1988 when he was recovering from a crippling car accident. It was also Willie who first recognized Mark's passion for blues & soul music. Fronting his first band (a seven piece horn band) at the ripe old age of 21, Cane quickly began to gain the reputation of an intense showman. "I love music, I used to fall into a kind of trance because of it and what could happen...did!” 
    Snooky Pryor (known to be the first player to amplify his harp post WWII Chicago) taught him how to drive a band with his harmonica like a steam engine. Nappy Brown showed Mark how to signify, shout & channel emotion into every tune. Junior Wells made Mark FUNKY! "You don't pick the blues the blues picks you" the late great harmonica player (Junior) once told Mark, and pick him it certainly did. Mark has the reputation of being one of the youngest “Old School Style” harmonica players in the southwest.


    “Walkin Cane Mark is a huge bear of a man, tonight Mark warmed up for Nappy Brown & warm up he certainly does !” - Blue Print Magazine (England) 

  • 00:31

    Part 2: Close-Up Talk Radio spotlights cardiac sonographer Donna Hendershot

    in Health

    Turlock, CA – Every cell in the heart has the ability to initiate an impulse. Donna Hendershot began her life living in a railroad box car with no running water or plumbing. Growing up, she always dreamed of one day working in the medical field, but her family couldn’t afford to send her to nursing school. 


    At the age of 28, Donna Hendershot defied the odds, finally attending to be a medical assistant. With her foot in the door, finally, Donna resolved to learn every aspect of cardiology.


    That was over 36 years ago. Today, Donna is a retired cardiovascular sonographer. Over the course of her career, supervised all diagnostic testing at San Leandro Hospital and served as an educator, teaching hundreds of nursing students, as well as volunteers, senior citizens and nonmedical professionals, on all aspects related to the anatomy and function of the heart.


    “I don’t like to use the word retired,” says Donna. “I’m not done working. I have so much knowledge to share.”


    The heart works both electrically and mechanically. If an EKG is abnormal they will supplement that test with a sonogram. In cardiac sonography, a transducer penetrates sound into the chest, allowing physicians to look at the individual chambers of the heart and determine how well each is functioning. When you correlate a sonogram with a patient’s EKG, you have a really clear picture of what’s going on with someone’s heart.


    “It was my job to help the doctor help the patient,” says Donna. “The sonogram allows patients to know what’s going on in their bodies before it’s too late, so I loved working with patients and encouraging patients when they were going to have surgery.”

  • 00:35

    the magar hour sexmas spizztitular

    in Social Networking

    we get real wet in dat xmas rone
    call in 
    we know you are alone
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    let us eggnogg ya and candy cane all over yer back and ass
     

  • 01:02

    Alone For Christmas? Join me on the Radio :-)

    in The Bible

    Are you by yourself for Christmas and feeling lonely? Join me on the radio. I will be sharing from the Bible, telling you the history of the Candy Cane, praying for you and playing Christmas songs from World renoun Pianist Adlan Cruz. Come and be with me on the radio so you will have somebody to share Christmas with. You are loved!


    If you have any prayer requests, testimonies, comments, or questions feel free to email us at firetalkradio2@yahoo.com  


    Please Follow us on our Home Page at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/firetalkradio2  


    Check out and Like our Facebook page at  https://www.facebook.com/FireTalkRadio2


    Thanks for joinning me on Fire Talk Radio  :)


     

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