Saturday, June 9, 2012

Heart Part Two Right Ventricle

The Stranger Show aired June 14, 2012 1-3 PM
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Today's programming on WUSR Scranton is underwritten by a grant from the Buffalo Butter and Egg Company and by the Regional Hospital Heart Health Care clinic.
The right ventricle is one of four chambers (two atria and two ventricles) in the human heart. It receives deoxygenated blood from the right atrium via the tricuspid valve, and pumps it into the pulmonary artery via the pulmonary valve and pulmonary trunk. It is triangular in form, and extends from the right atrium to near the apex of the heart
Theme from the Twilight Zone by Marius Constant from
The Best Of Rod Serling's The Twilight Zone: Original Television Scores Varese Sarabande 1990.
Vehicle by Ides-Of-March Collector's Choice 2006
Herbie Hancock,Kebero Part I,Wisdom,The Essence (featuring Chaka Khan), Future2Future The xx – Heart Skipped A Beat
The Head And The Heart – Down in the Valley
Sara Bareilles – King Of Anything
Boz Scaggs, Lowdown, Silk The Kooks – Junk of the Heart (Happy)
Demi Lovato – Fix a Heart
The Head And The Heart – Cats and Dogs
Chambers Brothers, Time Has Come Today (Long Version) Florence + The Machine – Rabbit Heart (Raise It Up)
Adele – Melt My Heart To Stone
Heart – What About Love?
Mötley Crüe – Kickstart My Heart
Sara Evans – My Heart Can't Tell You No
Blondie – Heart Of Glass
Céline Dion – My Heart Will Go On (Love Theme from "Titanic")
Norah Jones – Cold Cold Heart
Janis Joplin – Piece Of My Heart
Hafdis Huld, Bi bi og Blaka, Vogguvisur
Tina Turner, Look Me in the Heart, Simply the Best
Pops McGonigle's Ten Best Father's Day Gifts
1. Inevitably, a father is going to be stuck doing manly household chores, like mowing the lawn. And when he’s finished, he’ll probably want a cold beer. Save him the misery of Budweiser and sign him up for the Beer of the Month Club. Packages start at $20.95 per shipment, and for a little more you can mix in some international varieties.
2. Leatherman Multitool What else? You can never go wrong with something that cuts, plies, grips and screws, but a Leatherman is particularly ideal if dad’s growing tired of his wimpy Swiss Army knife.
3.USB Turntable for Old Records to MP3s
4. Grill Kits for the Grilling Dad
5. Rent a Supercar Mom might not be happy if her husband’s out impressing the ladies with a Ferrari 360 Spider or Porsche Boxer all day, but luxury car rentals don’t last forever, so he’s bound to come home some time. All it takes is $250 and a good stretch of highway for Dad to spend five hours acting like a millionaire.
6. The Ultimate Tool Chest A simple tool kit, or a Leatherman for that matter, will suffice for the occasional handyman, but if your dad’s garage looks more like a wood shop, consider Kobalt’s 53-inch tool chest. In addition to the usual drawers — with ball-bearing slides — this 16-drawer chest includes a refrigerator and a Pioneer sound system, plus LED lights in the lid for late-night tinkering.
7. Camping Gear For every great camping trip, there’s always one missing accessory that could have made for a better weekend. Maybe it’s something as simple as a headlamp, or perhaps it’s a bigger, better tend. If Dad’s an outdoorsman, check out Cabela’s camping selections or head to REI for Father’s Day-specific ideas.
8. Baseball Road Trip Baseball is pretty much the definitive father-son bonding experience, unless you’re one of those newfangled football fans, or you have no soul. The positioning of Father’s Day in June makes the perfect opportunity for a baseball road trip. You can plan it yourself, or have site like Roadtrips.com do it for you, with packages starting at $1,800 for four games and luxury accommodations. That’s just a little more cash than a Yankee Stadium hot dog.
9. The Gift of Cigars Correction: Smoking cigars with your old man is the definitive bonding experience. It signifies to him that you’ve matured from bumming smokes from your buddies in high school into a more sophisticated individual. Treat Dad to a box of cigars from the Famous Smoke Shop or, if you’re feeling lucky, try importing some Cubans.
10. The Gift of Beef If your father’s got a grill, has a cigar ready for smoking, plus a Leatherman for cutting off the tip, with a beer to drink on the side, and hates baseball, already owns a luxury car, owns no vinyl albums and doesn’t care much for handiwork, there’s always beef, because it’s what’s for dinner. Check out instructions on how to buy a side of beef or sign him up for a steak of the month club. Unless he’s a vegetarian, in which case, you’re on your own.

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