Laser Treatments for Pets – Marc Smith DVM – Natchez Trace Veterinary Services

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“Ladies and gentlemen I get a lot of calls about the use of laser in Veterinary Medicine: does it help, does it work, is it worth it?

Ladies and gentlemen, I am Dr. Marc Smith and I have been using the laser for a long time, and I can say it does work.

But, the main place it helps is with lumbosacral disease.

So, if you need to know more options or need to know more ways in which laser therapy can benefit your pets, then call us at 615-790-8100 and let’s review the options.”

What is Progressive Veterinary Medicine? Marc Smith DVM – Natchez Trace Veterinary Services

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Marc Smith, DVM of Natchez Trace Veterinary Services in Nashville & Franklin TN:

If you’re interested in this concept of progressive veterinary medicine and what it means, let me start off by telling you a story.

I was a young veterinarian coming out. I knew what I was doing, strutting my stuff, and I had this tumor in this horse’s eye. And I’d been haggling around with it, spending all kind of money. Doing this, doing that, and nothing seemed to work. And one of my colleagues, who was an older gentleman, he said, “Marc, try some of this in this horse’s eye.”

Well, I didn’t believe him, but I did it because I didn’t really have anything else to do. And guess what? It made the tumor go away. I injected a medicine into the tumor. I took some older gentleman’s knowledge and I put it to use and I injected that tumor and gone. It was gone.

And so that kind of sums up this idea of progressive veterinary medicine. And what it means is, it means taking the old knowledge and mixing it with the new. It means taking the new and mixing it with the old. The Eastern and the Western, in a variety of treatments to ultimately help your pet. But then we take it a step further through this idea of communication, constant support in your decisions about your pets. Peace of mind that you’ve made the right choice. And we all deliver through giving you options so that you feel empowered, in control, so that you can make the best choice for your pet.

If you’re interested in this concept of progressive veterinary medicine, give us a call at 615-750-2248, and see how we can help your pet.

is also co-founder of PET | TAO Holistic Products

Anesthesia and Pain Management at UW Veterinary Care (with Dr. Lesley Smith)

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Dr. Lesley Smith talks about anesthesia and pain management practices and the techniques used at UW Veterinary Care. UW Veterinary Care’s board-certified anesthesiologists utilize state-of-the-art equipment to give your pet the best possible experience and you the peace of mind you need.

Traditional Veterinary Medicine – Marc Smith, DVM – Natchez Trace Veterinary Services

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Marc Smith, DVM of Natchez Trace Veterinary Services in Nashville & Franklin TN:

So you want to know about traditional veterinary medicine and how we do it. You see, when I first came in to practice 20 years ago, we just had the plain old veterinarian.

We didn’t have all these specialists, all these people that you had to go see when your dog hurt his foot, or his ear itched, or he had diarrhea or whatever.

We just had veterinarians, and that’s the way I learned, and that’s the way I was trained. And I think that’s the best way, and the reason why is because I’ve seen a lot, and I’ve done a lot over that time. Because at one time, I was only the veterinarian.

So some of the services I offer include surgery on a lot of different things. Dermatology, cancer treatments, internal medicine and a lot of different treatments.

They get you from point A to point B fast, quickly, and most importantly, efficiently and in the best interest of your pet. But on top of that, I also can include all these other services like Eastern Medicine and Eastern Exam and alternative therapies to make my traditional medicine even better.

So if you want to learn how we can help your pet, then give us a call at 615-750-2248.

Marc Smith, DVM owns and operates veterinary clinics in Nashville, TN and Franklin, TN. Dr. Smith is also co-founder of PET | TAO Holistic Products

Welcome to Natchez Trace Veterinary Services! | Marc Smith DVM

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Dr. Marc Smith of Natchez Trace Veterinary Services: “I want you to ask yourself, what do you want out of your veterinarian? Ladies and gentlemen, I’m Dr. Marc Smith, and I’m the one and only veterinarian at Natchez Trace Veterinary Services. You see, if you want somebody that does the same thing every time, and doesn’t change, or offer you other options, then that’s okay. But, if you want somebody who’s dynamic, who’s progressive, who knows traditional methods and alternative methods, to give your pet the best option, to be healthy or to heal, then that is what we do. We offer people options based on their individual problem, and what’s in the best interest of you, the owner, and also your pet. So call us today if you options for your pets healthcare at 615-790-8100, or look us up on the web at “

Whispering Jack Smith “I’ve Never Seen A Straight Banana” novelty song 1927

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I’ve seen lots of funny things in my time,
But there’s one thing I’ve been trying hard to get.
For years and years and years I’ve kept on searching,
But I haven’t had the luck to see one yet.
Although you’ve never seen one,
You all know the thing I mean,
And now I’m going to tell you what it is
I haven’t seen.

I’ve never, never, never, never,
I’ve never seen a straight banana.

I have searched quite a bit.
Yet I must admit
They’re even curved when they are served in my banana split.
I have seen them by the car-load on the Delaware & Lacawana
But I’ve never…
I’ve never seen a straight banana.

I recall when I was in Alaska
I have seen the sun shine at twelve-o’clock at night.
I’ve seen the waterfalls at old Niagara
I confess it is a most impressive sight.
I’d love to see one certain thing
But if it’s not to be,
I’d like to see somebody else
Who saw what I can’t see.

I’ve never, never, never, never seen a straight banana.
Although the things I hate,
Hundreds I have ate.
But I’ve never yet seen one banana that was straight.

I’ve never, never, never, never seen a straight banana.
Once I chanced to see a real life murder mystery
The jury found the prisoner guilty in the first degree.
All at once we heard the prisoner holler out,
“This is the truth, your honor,
I’ve never, never never, never
Never, never, never, never
I’ve never seen a straight banana.”

I enjoy the recordings of Whispering Jack Smith–the haunting quality of his voice in sentimental tunes, the humor he conveys in comic songs, his choice of material during a Golden Age of songwriting, the tasteful accompaniments to his voice (he often provides his own piano accompaniment, and his playing is deft).

The crooner’s first discs were marketed in late 1925, “The Whispering Baritone” enjoying popularity from that time until 1929 or so. His records sold well for four years, but sales declined dramatically with the Depression’s onset.

Born with the name Jacob Schmidt (probably on May 30, 1896), the singer made a legal change to Jack Smith around the time anti-German sentiment ran high.

With the American Expeditionary Forces in France during World War I, Smith was a victim of a gas attack at the battle of Saint-Mihiel, or so it has been claimed–a book by Brian Rust says it, so people repeat it, but no primary source is cited. Can someone find a Jack Smith interview in which he says this?

His discs were among the earliest made with an “electric” recording process, a microphone used. His first recording session was on August 28, 1925, but Victor issued nothing from this “test” date or trial session. “Cecilia” was soon afterwards cut. Recorded on September 21, 1925, this “A’ side of his first disc was among his biggest hits.

Another song closely associated with Smith is “Gimmie a Little Kiss, Will Ya?” His delivery is unique–perfect for the song. He recorded many songs that would become standards.

Whispering Jack Smith’s style was “fresh” to the industry in the mid-1920s although Columbia had the services of Art Gillham, the Whispering Pianist. These two artists–friendly rivals–would cover some of the same songs. Art Gillham later in life recalled that Jack Smith had the greater talent or at least made better records. Smith had the more flexible voice, able to cover a wider range of material. Gillham’s range was very limited.

Jack Smith was exclusive to the Victor Talking Machine Company (and England’s HMV) from 1925 to 1930. Hal Kemp’s older brother, T. D. Kemp, Jr., became Jack Smith’s business manager in 1926, arranging for Smith to perform in London that year and later.

Smith made wonderful recordings abroad in 1928–in England and in Berlin, Germany.

Kemp in retirement recalled that Smith’s alcoholism destroyed the crooner’s career by 1931. One sign of a decline in the career is that by 1931 Smith cut titles for Plaza, a company that issued budget labels. Jack Smith had fallen from the prestigious Victor label, ending up on the dime-store Banner label. He recorded for Decca in 1940 in a failed comeback attempt.

He died in New York City on May 13, 1950, out of the limelight for two decades though he continued to work in radio, even hosting a radio show in the mid-1930s. He continued to play in nightclubs (or roadside restaurants, such as the Woodlawn in Madison, Connecticut), not presented as any kind of star or legend–he sang and played piano to audiences indifferent to or unaware of his earlier fame.

Obituaries published in 1950 state that Smith, survived by wife Marie, is buried next to his mother Anna Schmidt at St. Raymond’s Cemetery in the Bronx in an unmarked grave.

Patti Smith – Horses

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The boy was in the hallway drinking a glass of tea
From the other end of the hallway a rhythm was generating
Another boy was sliding up the hallway
He merged perfectly with the hallway,
He merged perfectly, the mirror in the hallway

The boy looked at Johnny, Johnny wanted to run,
but the movie kept moving as planned
The boy took Johnny, he pushed him against the locker,
He drove it in, he drove it home, he drove it deep in Johnny
The boy disappeared, Johnny fell on his knees,
started crashing his head against the locker,
started crashing his head against the locker,
started laughing hysterically

When suddenly Johnny gets the feeling he’s being surrounded by
horses, horses, horses, horses
coming in in all directions
white shining silver studs with their nose in flames,
He saw horses, horses, horses, horses, horses, horses, horses, horses.
Do you know how to pony like bony maroney
Do you know how to twist, well it goes like this, it goes like this
Baby mash potato, do the alligator, do the alligator
And you twist the twister like your baby sister
I want your baby sister, give me your baby sister, dig your baby sister
Rise up on her knees, do the sweet pea, do the sweet pee pee,
Roll down on her back, got to lose control, got to lose control,
Got to lose control and then you take control,
Then you’re rolled down on your back and you like it like that,
Like it like that, like it like that, like it like that,
Then you do the watusi, yeah do the watusi

Life is filled with holes, Johnny’s laying there, his sperm coffin
Angel looks down at him and says, “Oh, pretty boy,
Can’t you show me nothing but surrender ?”
Johnny gets up, takes off his leather jacket,
Taped to his chest there’s the answer,
You got pen knives and jack knives and
Switchblades preferred, switchblades preferred
Then he cries, then he screams, saying
Life is full of pain, I’m cruisin’ through my brain
And I fill my nose with snow and go Rimbaud,
Go Rimbaud, go Rimbaud,
And go Johnny go, and do the watusi, oh do the watusi

There’s a little place, a place called space
It’s a pretty little place, it’s across the tracks,
Across the tracks and the name of the place is you like it like that,
You like it like that, you like it like that, you like it like that,
And the name of the band is the
Twistelettes, Twistelettes, Twistelettes, Twistelettes,
Twistelettes, Twistelettes, Twistelettes, Twistelettes

Baby calm down, better calm down,
In the night, in the eye of the forest
There’s a mare black and shining with yellow hair,
I put my fingers through her silken hair and found a stair,
I didn’t waste time, I just walked right up and saw that
up there — there is a sea
up there — there is a sea
up there — there is a sea
the sea’s the possibility
There is no land but the land
(up there is just a sea of possibilities)
There is no sea but the sea
(up there is a wall of possibilities)
There is no keeper but the key
(up there there are several walls of possibilities)
Except for one who seizes possibilities, one who seizes possibilities.
(up there)
I seize the first possibility, is the sea around me
I was standing there with my legs spread like a sailor
(in a sea of possibilities) I felt his hand on my knee
(on the screen)
And I looked at Johnny and handed him a branch of cold flame
(in the heart of man)
The waves were coming in like Arabian stallions
Gradually lapping into sea horses
He picked up the blade and he pressed it against his smooth throat
(the spoon)
And let it deep in
(the veins)
Dip in to the sea, to the sea of possibilities
It started hardening
Dip in to the sea, to the sea of possibilities
It started hardening in my hand
And I felt the arrows of desire

I put my hand inside his cranium, oh we had such a brainiac-amour
But no more, no more, I gotta move from my mind to the area
(go Rimbaud go Rimbaud go Rimbaud)
And go Johnny go and do the watusi,
Yeah do the watusi, do the watusi …
Shined open coiled snakes white and shiny twirling and encircling
Our lives are now entwined, we will fall yes we’re together twining
Your nerves, your mane of the black shining horse
And my fingers all entwined through the air,
I could feel it, it was the hair going through my fingers,
(I feel it I feel it I feel it I feel it)
The hairs were like wires going through my body
I I that’s how I
that’s how I
I died
(at that Tower of Babel they knew what they were after)
(they knew what they were after)
[Everything on the current] moved up
I tried to stop it, but it was too warm, too unbelievably smooth,
Like playing in the sea, in the sea of possibility, the possibility
Was a blade, a shiny blade, I hold the key to the sea of possibilities
There’s no land but the land

WHISPERING SMITH -(episode 19)- Audie Murphy-

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Swift Justice
Episode #19
Two feuding families also compete annually against each other in a popular horse race. When the pressure to win and family pride become too much, one family decides to influence the situation by breaking some rules. Guest stars include Monte Burkhart, Stanley Clements, and Dick Hudkins

Audie Murphy … Tom “Whispering” Smith
Guy Mitchell … George Romack
Minerva Urecal … Flora MacDonald
William Tannen … Angus Campbell
Stanley Clements … Glencoe MacDonald
Monte Burkhart … Nat Prine
Jack Catron … Miguel
Buff Brady … Young Campbell
Dick Hudkins … Charley MacDonald


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Jaden Smith Declares Tyler the Creator His Boyfriend

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