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Monthly Archives: October 2012

Episode 63

Pastor William Rennick wants the needy to put on a little show for the folks before they just waltz in and get their free Thanksgiving dinner. From 2005.

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Lions Lion with Jack – October 31, 2012

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“The song was ‘You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet’ and the ode part was the line ‘He looked at me with a big brown eye…’ Show Log For Tuesday October 30, 2012

“The song was ‘You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet’ and the ode part was the line ‘He looked at me with a big brown eye…’ Show Log For Tuesday October 30, 2012Phil talked with the crew about the storm back east… Margaret began singing an “ode to a friend who lost an eye in a pole vaulting accident.” The song was “You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet and the ode part was the line “He looked at me with a big brown eye…” Ted Bell called in to say that when he heard the “big brown eye” line he had to turn the radio off because he was driving with his son…Of course this offended Margaret…                   Want some? Frank Grey joined the show to discuss with Brad Rivkind the idea of a restuarant serving leftovers. “If you have booths that have curtains on them you can eat the leftovers right out of your wife’s…….” Phil ended the call there which puzzled Brad…

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Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Phil brought on Herb Sewell to comment on the history of Halloween. Herb mentioned that as a child he didn’t dress in costume for trick or treat. He dressed in a nice dress shirt with a tie but people didn’t give him candy he’d hide in their cars till morning and scare them. Larry Grover told Phil he believes Obama manipulated the weather using some beam from outer space so he could get all the TV time after the storms hit…Larry’s mother made fun of Larry after he said he liked the “teeny-weeny” snickers bars. “Yea, I’ll be you do,” she said… Dr. Jim Sadler discussed the difference between horror movies and movies that are scary but reality based. Among the films Dr. Sadler considers reality based (especially since a similar thing happened to his family when he was 10) “The Hills Have Eyes.”

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From Dans brother John in Brooklyn.. 1) Blown out glass 2) Light pole blown down 3) fence behind the chicken slaughter house

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Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Margaret began singing an “ode to a friend who lost an eye in a pole vaulting accident.” The song was “You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet and the ode part was the line “He looked at me with a big brown eye…” Ted Bell called in to say that when he heard the “big brown eye” line he had to turn the radio off because he was driving with his son…Of course this offended Margaret… Frank Grey joined the show to discuss with Brad Rivkind the idea of a restaurant serving leftovers. “If you have booths that have curtains on them you can eat the leftovers right out of your wife’s…….” Phil ended the call there which puzzled Brad…

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PhilTV is on tonight AND all On-Demand Video can now be viewed on your Apple Device!!

What a process, what a world….

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IMPORTANT FROM SQUARESPACE

Dear Customer, I have some unfortunate news to share. Our primary data center, Peer1, in Lower Manhattan lost power yesterday at about 4:30PM local time. At that time, we smoothly made the transition to generator power and took comfort over the fact that we had enough fuel to last three to four days. (Peer1 stayed online during the last 3 major natural disasters in the area, including a blackout that lasted for days.)At 8:30PM yesterday, we received reports that the lobby in the data center’s building was beginning to take on water. By 10:30PM, as is sadly the case in most of Lower Manhattan, Peer1’s basement had experienced serious flooding. At 5AM, we learned our data center’s fuel pumps and fuel tanks were completely flooded and unable to deliver any more fuel. At 8AM, they reported that the generators would be able to run for a maximum of four more hours.Unfortunately, this means that Squarespace will be offline soon (our estimate being at 10:45 AM today). Be assured that while this will impact our availability, there is no chance of data loss or any other permanent effects. We have simply run out of power, backup power, and cannot access our fuel in a flooded basement.Our teams have been working tirelessly on contingency plans. We are working to bring the Squarespace systems back online as soon as possible. As you have probably read, all bridges and tunnels into and out of Manhattan are closed and large portions of the city remain without power. We will do everything in our power to get Squarespace running as soon as possible, and we will remain online for as long as it is safe.Squarespace support will remain available 24/7 during this downtime. We will post updates to Twitter and urge you to follow us there. Updates will also be posted to relevant blogs.Our hearts go out to the many people who have lost their lives in this terrible tragedy and also to those who continue to suffer through the consequences of this historic storm.Thank you for your understanding, Anthony Casalena Founder & CEO

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Episode 62

TV producer Eric Hester unveils “Surprise!”, a reality show where kids think they see their parents get killed only to have the parents pop out of a coffin and yell….you-know-what. From 2002.

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Art flew his bush plane in to pick up his friend and saw the bear that killed him was wearing his friends hat….” Show Log For Monday October 29, 2012

Phil, Bud, Robert and Margaret started in by talking about the weather back east…Phil also, somehow, tied in New Yorks Mad Bomber from the 40’s and 50’s… Art Griego called the show to discuss the HMS Bounty being storm tossed but also talked about a friend of his killed by a grizzly in Alaska. When Art flew his bush plane in to pick up his friend he saw the bear that killed him….wearing his hat…. Frank Grey talked about monitoring the show to see if anyone “belches or anything like that”

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