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"five three eighteen years" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"I'm gonna guess involves local police and secret service first thing the first step is to call the secret service power or your local police department okay then this is never put yourself in danger do not confront the suspected passer do not return the bill to the passer if possible delay the passer with some excuse the passer's description and write down their license plate number of possible contact your local police department call your local U. S. secret service office write your initials and date at the white border area of the suspected counterfeit note do not handle the counterfeit well just said to write your initials on yeah so how do you do that without him place it inside a protective cover such as a plastic bag or envelope and then hand over suspected currency to a properly identified police officer or secret service special agent or mail it to your nearest secret service field office we gonna do well no one's going to do that how do we get rid of this and here's another thing if you ever worked in a store and you were in that situation one of those one of those bits of advice on that list it was don't hand it back to the person right I think I'm I think the people handed back to the person Mr Haiti we can't take this you can hand it back right I mean even if technically the store clerk is supposed to then just confiscate the bill you know you're like paying somebody twelve Bucks an hour they don't care I think very often it is going to hand it back and then that's when you're like oh it is now I'm stuck with it what do I do with it so you were talking about counterfeit money anything you ever had to do with it or even just an theories one eight hundred two eight three one one point five three eighteen years faster so traffic is kind of busy on the turbine westerns Berg getting on to the car the truck planes cars trucks planes still in good shape this report is sponsored by staples stores traffic on route one in Edison slowing down eighteen is started to build up in New Brunswick coming south parkway worst of it is north one forty three in a one forty five you gotta slow traffic route nine heading into the lake with the Saturday and the traffic is slowed down a lot down forty two going north into creek road we're getting rid of a flipped over vehicle accident two lanes currently blocked off fifty five north and deputies jam coming up towards forty two overall across the Delaware doing well Hudson River crossings started to build up to maybe a five minute delay into the Lincoln tunnel tolls at staples cherry van save all month long on select shares if you're outfitting your home your office or your home office save at staples traffic every fifteen minutes next reported three thirty three I'm Tom rivers on New Jersey one a one point five new spring styles are here at Old Navy.

"five three eighteen years" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

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03:56 min | 2 years ago

"five three eighteen years" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"It not and if you're not married. especially if you're female do you want something like that do you want something that is going to be so noteworthy I used to be very anti Hey look at me proposals but now I think there's an expectation that if you just have a quiet dinner and propose on one knee that you kind of a loser or is that still on common now that's almost more special. I don't know that it is I think it's. just a guess but I think it might be viewed as just lacking creativity thank you a friend of mine this goes way back before these things were even as popular as they are now he was a renaissance festival I don't know why but he was there and they have this Joe sting event and he had arranged with the king I play the king at this jousting event to call them both up and ask this in some manner if she would marry you know this swinger neither really yes. and she said yes so apparently that was the kind of proposal she was looking for I have. good kind of uncomfortable those kind of things making it as a group effort because once she says no what if you put all that effort into what you do in front of all these hundreds of people at a renaissance faire face ball game or something well yeah they do it on the jumbo tron yeah it's even become a thing the jumbo tron proposal yeah what if she says no in front of everybody all the cameras are on you you have to do you almost have to know well I would say you know ahead of time everybody thinks they know everything she can to say yes but all you have to verbally agreed on it ahead of time for those to really be a yeah I think so I mean because you have to be in one of those relationships where getting engaged I guess almost a formality and I guess when you know you know. but if you don't know that is we to risk so tell us about your marriage proposal at one eight hundred two eight three one a one point five wasn't elaborate was it I catching or was it just kind of run of the mill one eight hundred two eight three one a one point five okay I found this article on how millennials are changing the standard marriage proposal so it's not just me thinking the anti has been upped but it does say this from weddingwire dot com by the way in case you want to Google it that proposals are more elaborate than just getting on one knee and the survey for weddingwire dot com said that proposals are more elaborate than they were just ten years ago now. thirty one percent are likely to have just the private proposal at a house thirty one percent. ten years before that it was forty one percent. as far as inviting friends and family for the proposal. in two thousand seven was fourteen percent so not very many and still not the majority but it's up to twenty six percent of all the big jump it almost doubled yeah as far as having a a witness you know having people they're having a group effort fifty four percent. we describe their marriage proposal is unique and unexpected. eighty percent still got down on one knee no matter what that went along with it apparently getting down on one knee is still expected but they have some of these suggestions. for reasons what people are doing now that the way people are making their proposals unique or unforgettable but I'm thinking that this is a website that wants people to do things like that because I can't imagine many people are doing most of these the first one is what I'm talking about. they're hiring proposal planners yeah now isn't that one of the worst ideas ever if you need somebody to plan your proposal for you I mean is that person going to know the women are guy in this as a case maybe even better than you do know why a person to be able to craft a unique proposed if you're gonna go with the unique thing is gonna make it's you know special that nobody else could ever say exactly what you said to do it exactly where you do it I mean that proposal planner could have a better insight did you want I doubt it yeah so tell us about your marriage proposal one eight hundred two eight three one a one point five three eighteen years New Jersey fast.

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"five three eighteen years" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

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04:53 min | 2 years ago

"five three eighteen years" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"To to try to gently E. knowledge you PS into this and they say that they say that they're not gonna do it they say that it is not effective for various reasons I don't know who to believe I mean I don't know why I wouldn't be at least partially effective but I think it's probably just the crossing as it's going to be with on almost any kind of job but when it comes to when it comes to jobs where it actually gets downright dangerous in the heat heat wave then they talk about how New Jersey is probably gonna be having more and more of these from here on out what are some of those jobs that maybe you've done maybe your husband has done that are just downright almost dangerous if not deadly in hot weather no you wouldn't think driving a U. P. S. brown truck would necessarily be one of those jobs you would think it would be a very uncomfortable job but you're happy now if you've got a route where there are office buildings are businesses you're getting the relief of going briefly inside possibly getting a signature jump back on the trucker picking up from businesses to but but here we are with over seven hundred thousand signatures saying that this is just too dangerous for UPS drivers that the heat gets that bad now the gentleman he's in is I think he was in his fifties or about fifty when this happened I believe I read that but you know he's not a young kid the point is and maybe when you're younger maybe you could handle that he's done this a long time as a job but at some point you know takes its toll it takes its toll right you've done enough summer's you're getting older and he tried like hell a different version of the same story I was reading can't remember where but it was saying how he was not feeling right for several days it was kind of like a build up and that he had gone into work finally one day and pretty much almost as soon as he got to work he had to tell his boss I can't do this I'm not right something's wrong and that most of them the the day as is told in the Asbury park press has to be the same day that he ended up going to the hospital and and that's when they found out yeah he had full blown heatstroke so what are some jobs that have been really really tough almost danger least dangerously tough to handle during really hot weather one eight hundred two eight three one oh one point five Lou from Trenton you're in New Jersey one one point five hi I do not but I don't have sympathy for additional minute but what was in the military we deployed to the Middle East now the hundred thirty five by the time the the electronic thermometer blanked out on us and the work still got to get done yeah yeah when you know what when was that was that early ninety I was that the Persian Gulf War two thousand eight thousand nine and twenty ten gotcha okay do they when they're about to deploy people to something that is so hostile climate wise is there some sort of preparation they make you go through is is there some sort of like physical training army like are they literally like putting you into situations of like super heated rooms just to try to get your body acclimated before you're actually shipped over there or is there nothing else because because the duration so the last time we left right after Christmas so it's cold here and it was surprisingly cold in Baghdad and it just keeps up and the six eight twelve months ago there no matter if they acclimate unity he go there cold or vice versa in the summer I never deployed from the summer to this summer but and they they do try the whole work rest cycle but your best bet is to just keep drinking water we found that and then we're not the only military you know roughly one liter per man per hour you can function normally in relative safety but your ceiling yeah I mean you can function but only memorable yeah you never really get used to it I have to assume no you can acclimate to a certain point my last job I came back in July and so you know we like in the nineties here actual pretty comfortable wow isn't it now is people then that's cool easy that that would feel comfortable hi Lou thank you service file all right we wanna know after the stories out me as report press that a UPS worker suffering heat stroke from working in that hot truck in his wife is demanding air conditioning be put in the fleet of trucks but what jobs whether that one you want to comment on or or any other jobs that can be rather dangerous in hot weather one eight hundred two eight three one a one point five three eighteen years fast.

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"five three eighteen years" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

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05:52 min | 2 years ago

"five three eighteen years" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Feels that way the crust is something that you might eat via the crust is best when you don't really notice it I mean it can add to the taste but it's never the star of the show of the bad crustal yeah then it sucks terrain you notices to chew here's to soggy or whatever yeah if it's a really really good pizza the crust it's just I don't know not as noticeable as the other components if you okay on average do you what do you do you tend either crossed or do you tend to just leave the cost of more than one out of four leaves the cross I believe I look this up do you just leave it or did not usually but sometimes I do yeah yeah like it is exactly what you said if they're just something kind of wrong with it or if you just ate too much of the pizza par then uses to get into full whatever you want to say please join us a room for another piece of the pizza not look so you can kind of get rid of the cost of the first ones you have room for the entire second what you know yeah yeah exactly and I heard this thing it was Michelle and Jeff it'll stay in Mitchell plans and Jeff idols in talking to you it and remember who said what a tribe member was a caller who said it and then Jeff was backing him up on it I can't remember who said what but it it was very funny it came up about people eating a piece of pizza backwards about people starting with the crossed and I think the their point was that it ends with the good stuff yes but you kinda need the cross to kind of like as I handle like the crust is really just kind of like I handle that's kind of why the crust is there when you agree yes sure yeah that makes sense yeah right yeah because otherwise now you just get your fingers more messy if you get rid of the crust first now there's no way to your finger tips or not on on on top of the cheese in the oils when I don't get that at all start with the cross yes son somebody was talking about how we start with a cross again you're filling up on the stuff you don't want as much I see I agree or you could also argue vote that well you start with the bad part in and with the best part you know no I understand the rationale but not filling up on the part I don't like first just in case I need to save room for more goods to see I totally agree with you I completely agree with you now here's what we would like to do in honor of this war wanna take idea which I still hope ends up after a couple of days being renounced and and admitted to is a hoax but not about pizza per se it can be but about any kind of foods have you ever noticed any kind of quirky way that people eat certain foods like certain people will eat food in a certain odd manner like yeah whatever like they'll pour water instead of milk over their serial all we know this one actually have I have heard some people will put orange juice instead over there over there serial like sweet cereals yeah yes I don't see that going well like orange juice on top of fruit loops I have heard of people doing this now why you would I don't know but I've heard of people doing these no this is a really common one this is super super common one did you ever see an adult that still does the kid thing and cuts the crossed off of sandwiches before eating the sandwich hi I am driven up a wall when I see that but there are adults do then I have seen adults even do unless your year olds did that or you had to do it for four years my kids my older kids fourteen and twelve they're much closer to adult and they are to a four year old they're still doing it they're still crust free and I scanned I keep yelling Adam is like your waist and so much food an essay it it's a great having like like a little I don't know it's a good or juror now instead of a sandwich for god sakes look a tiny that is stupid so weird ways that people have eaten food one eight hundred two eight three one oh one point five Joe in Flemington you're on New Jersey one one point five hello TNT hi my daughter eight the same is the pizza crust fill the end and I think this pizza cresting as far as I'm concerned will take off but you do this is where we went way before you tell us what your daughter you think people actually buy the just the cross product well maybe people like me in my book do you think of the crust is the better part no not as better both but you can make it a good part okay it was the whole pizza pizza except the crust and then she take the crust and dip it into either Pepsi or coca Cola for a few seconds and it's fantastic it's delicious so I'm doing that she started doing that and I've been doing that I don't know maybe ten years does it taste like something that you would not expected to taste like yeah it doesn't like what we call Bobby gross that a dozen refreshing really then you get that taste of the sea cress refreshing and what if there's still some tomato sauces to work there some tomato sauce left on it here are you yeah well well you try to get try to fight it as close to getting that's made it yeah Joe thank you co D. as weird as that is do you know how many people are now going to try to defend their crest in the soda just once just to see if he's on the something there because it doesn't sound like it would be good at all are we talking about weird ways that people eat things one eight hundred two eight three one a one point five three eighteen years fast traffic.

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"five three eighteen years" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

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01:43 min | 2 years ago

"five three eighteen years" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Thought to me i mean we've all had that thought his parents even if it's a if even if it's like a fleeting joking thought i hope they didn't switch babies by accident you know when they wield the baby down for whatever but yeah man handy to babies look exactly alike that is that is weird stuff i said we'll take your phone calls coming up what is it like to have identical twins one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five three eighteen years new jersey fast traffic dump truck onto ninety seven on the northbound side just beyond asia ten eastern avenue piscataway heads up for that it's in the center lane this report is sponsored by sprint traffic on the turnpike truck lanes down north of thirteen into thirteen garden state parkway northbound slowdowns to one forty five of the crash move to the side southbound heavy into one forty one twenty two west newark and acted and still being cleared to any west in newark and other accidents out of the way and seventy eight east coming down to the parkway yet another crash thirty-five still closed uneaten tandy or industrial way what main repairs are ongoing and the traffic is heavy onto ninety five south into forty-two also very busy at the ben franklin bridge leaving new jersey and the walt whitman coming back over to the new jersey side hudson river crossing slow traffic is the lincoln tunnel leaving new jersey that's eight ten to fifteen minutes slow down it's also been very slow back to jersey four hundred five west away from the lincoln tunnel with an accident being third by one nine so yeah you can get an unlimited an unlimited plan with one of the newest phones included for one low price vigil okel sprint store sprint dot com or call one eight hundred sprint one to learn how you can switch to sprint today traffic every fifteen minutes next report at three thirty three on the all american auto group traffic guest shop today at all american auto group dot com i'm tom rivers on new jersey one a one point five new jersey one point five percents festival.

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"five three eighteen years" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

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07:14 min | 2 years ago

"five three eighteen years" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"The burning weed when its roots inhale exactly there's nothing else that could mean unless it happened to be the person's last name. And then it would be a very unfortunate choice to go ahead and put that on your plate. Arsonist? Yeah. Probably not. And all I could think driving behind the plate was don't you get pulled over all the time. You would think if you're because you okay, yes, we're right on the verge of legalizing it, in fact will be talking about that later on they actually have come to terms now. But still it's it's something that is a legal. It's something that a cop could find in your car. It's something that you could get busted for and you've got it advertised on your license plate blazin. Why would you wanna do anything to your car that could be a reason for a cop to polio? Why attract more attention, exactly, right? So I started thinking about other things and came up with a shortlist. And maybe maybe my list is incomplete. But I thought of not only things like that. Like, okay. He never did it. But I had a friend same kind of idea. He wanted to get a personalized plate that said beer, be ER just drive around with beer. Now that's going to get noticed by especially if you get a little out of your lane. Oh, if you're right, exactly. And unless you're a distributor or something. Then you really, basically, you're deciding. Why would you wanna advertise it and the shortlist of other things I thought of like if you're a person who ever drove around with tinted windows, you know, that that's going to be a magnet for cop. True is just an excuse. Right. Why would you wanna tint your windows, and then just invite being pulled over once a month or once a week? Maybe even I don't know. And here's one I think about every time I see it. I don't know what these things are called. But you know, those plastic covers that are clear that go entirely over your license plate and the sole purpose for them. It's not actually to keep your license plate clean. It's so that if like say a toll booth camera takes your picture it's supposed to blur the image on photography. That's why they sell these things, and they're very obvious. If you're if I'm a cop, and I'm behind somebody. It's very clear to tell what that is even if it's not illegal per se. The cop knows why you have it that you want to get away with say toll of aiding or something. And then the cops is gonna notice you and start really the tiniest little thing. You do wrong. He's gonna pull you over excuse me. I'm sorry. And then another thing more common. Maybe people who leave those dealer license plate frames or even by a Yankees license plate frame where it's covering up the tiny little bit of the lettering. But yet the cops can do pull people over for that just by hearing about that on the show. I mean, I've never gotten pulled over for as soon as I got my last car, which was a used car, but from a dealer first thing, I did was take off the license plate frame. Right. Of course. My son didn't got a ticket for it. But things like that. Like, why would you keep it on your car or everybody knows obscured obscured vision, obstruction of you, whatever if you have something hanging from the rear view mirror of size. Why do you do that? Why do you have the be all back in the day was like the little Roach clip with a huge feathers? Those more common. I think it's the Tassell from high school. But why would you do that knowing that this is something that this gives a cop the reason to pull you over? So if you ever had any of these types of things on your car weren't you getting pulled over constantly? That's what I wanna know. Why have them weren't you just kind of inviting trouble by doing certain things to your car like this? Our phone number is one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five, and as I mentioned my son had two of those. He had the Star Wars air freshener around. His stormtrooper cartoon stormtrooper around his rear view mirror. And and the cop pulled him over for speeding and just gave them all this other stuff on the license plate and the air fresheners, obstructed views. You mentioned it's like, what are you thinking? You know, I guess he doesn't know any better since he's twenty two. And but I just I just would never do any of those things after hearing so many people who got tickets from from the police over the years. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. And I mean, the tinted windows this is. Is something that people go out of their way and pay good money for and I've never quite understood. It what? Now, unless you're going to say, if you've got a medical note from a doctor, and you truly have something wrong with your eyes. That's different that I understand. That's just something. Maybe then you just have to deal with it. But I'm saying short of a medical reason for having tinted windows. Why would you wanna bother because that you know, that cops are going to bother you all the time. I've even heard of people who got pulled over like once every other week for tinted windows, and they would have to sit there the side of the road and the cockpit trying to determine if the tent was, you know. Not too dark to be illegal or why why bother going through with your life. I I've never done it. I've never had anything plate frame on your car right now. No. Did you take it off to come with one? I'm trying to remember I possibly did. I honestly can't remember it's been going on like four years. I can't really four years old. It looks good. Last time. I washed it was I think three years old. To see in the dark when we leave. Exactly. That's what it takes. If you saw it in the daytime he and now that it's staying light later. Yeah. You'll see it's not so Purdy high. But we wanna know are you one of those cop magnets, have you ever had a car that for whatever reason? Oh, here's another one. You could add to the list, and if I'm leaving anything off this list, certainly add it yourself. What about just controversial bumper stickers? What if you have now not that this in and of itself ought to make you get stopped that would not be fair. But what if you have not only a black lives matter bumper sticker? But then you have other things that are more blatantly kind of like just yelling at police, isn't that just going to ask for trouble. Yeah. You've got your right? Yeah. Read them, a speech all that. But like, why would you wanna do it yourself? I dunno bake them. And then record them. I don't know. Yeah. Some people are activists to that point. Or like you ever see these guys with the marijuana leaf sticker? Same thing is like the blazin license. But why what why would you wanna turn your car into a cop magnet? Have you ever had a car like that? And was it worth all the hassle? One eight hundred six eight three one zero one point five three eighteen years. New Jersey fast.

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"five three eighteen years" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

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04:00 min | 2 years ago

"five three eighteen years" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Would the episode where catch pussycats were on Scooby doo? That's a great example. Okay. I will tell you. If we asked a lot of people would tell us how they have cats and dogs, and they get along great that the like sleep together. The people who have tearing each other to shreds aren't gonna call. Brad. So stupid. I put cats and dogs together. And now I have a sliced up dog and a half eaten. No. I mean. Okay. When I was a kid, and I'm not jumping the fence. I'm not saying, I'm now a cat guy. But I had we had our main pet which was a dog. But then we also had some cats when I was a kid, and that's the last time I ever want cats. The first cat that we brought in we had to slowly introduce the cap to the dog, and they ended up getting along great. You don't like like we kept the cat on a different level at first. And then just like let them supervise be around each other lots of sniffing and by two or three days in they were like best friends. They never they never went at each that easy Bill. I was thinking about getting a cat. You are. Why why is that? I've had two dogs in a row that we're supposed bread for roads who don't give a damn about the mice. And I saw a mouse Saturday morning if I could be guaranteed that the cat. I was buying was a good mouser. Get in. This phone number is. I don't know if you're ever going to have a pet that's going to take care of your mice, man. Dachshund they were bred to go in holes and pick out road. And that's why they're so long and skinny. That's not happening in the. Couldn't the mice droppings in the cabinet where her dog food is territorial about her food. No. I mean, she has to hear him in there. She's always hanging out around. They're hoping for a treat. Right, right. Yeah. You would think, hey, no, not my food. Exactly. All right. Our phone number's one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five first of all. Which is the inferior animal our cats inferior to dogs. I think the answer is pretty clear, you do not have working cats. Do not have a bomb. Sniffing cat. You do not have a seeing eye cat. Cats are not that bright dogs are smarter than you're gonna get a bunch of arguments, there dot C. And you know, what I hate, you know, what people say because cancer too smart to train. To your will. Exactly. That's what somebody invariably always says is that cats are actually smarter than dogs, which is why you can't train them because they've got that's that's like saying when the guy screws up your order at McDonald's that's like saying. Well, that's because he's a genius to see. You can't train genius. He's not going to actually give you the fries. He's going to give you the chicken nuggets by mistake. Why because he's so spart. No, I'm sorry. Cats are idiots. Cats are stupid and cats are a holes cats are rude. Cats are nasty and I've had cats, but I've learned I would never want to have another cat. And here's another thing. What are they do? They jump on your countertops after clawing through their little four paws into the litterbox. Getting God knows what microscopically on the pads of their feet that this supposed to have some sort of disinfectant quality still on there. I bet you and they're jumping on the. Food surfaces where you're doing all your food. Prep jumping on top of the God. It's awful having a cat. All right. Which is the better pet. Is it a cat or is it a dog and how many people at one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five how many people have had both at the same time. And did you prefer one over the other? And did they kill each other one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five three eighteen years. New Jersey fast traffic.

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"five three eighteen years" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

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05:06 min | 2 years ago

"five three eighteen years" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Sound like a total hothead zone. It was only semi hotheaded. That I was trying to get to attend thirty appointment because they had to get my kids out of the pool both of my kids out of their classes, get them down to Princeton for an orthodontist adjustment for the braces and then back to class and so the clock is ticking. And that's why it was so annoying to me because I always hate when people take forever to make a simple, right turn. And this guy just made like a joke of it almost it was almost like he knew that. I was the guy that hates this. And that and that he could just almost mocked me for I swear to God he had to be doing to. He was crawling at one point. I thought he had stalled that's slow. That's how slow he's going. And I ended up kinda semi. I think going over the double yellow line just to get around the back end of his car because it was taking him so long. It was just so stupid. And I don't know why people have to make a right turn like that. Yeah. It does it does. But that's kind of infrequent, right? It doesn't come up every single moment. Right. Right. The one I deal with the most. Is every night almost every night when I'm taking sixty to ninety five ninety five on ramp kind of curves around. There's another car ahead of me, my heart, just sinks. There's something about that on ramp that makes people do thirty five when trying to merge into to ninety five with all these cars whizzing by plus route one's coming up as an exit. So people are trying to get over in the right lane. I gotta try and move over with this jackass in front of me doing thirty five miles an hour. How do you merge into highway traffic at thirty five miles an hour. That's screwing people up. You can't. And these people do it happens. A couple times a week. Bad when I hate that would be bad that would be bad. I don't you know, I'm rarely in that situation because the types of roads that I need to take the work. But I hear you I used to years ago. I used to take that way all the time. So yeah, I get it. So when when you think about the annoyance of other people on the roads, everybody does something that you can't stand some stupid driving habit, a driving maneuver, what is the one thing that you hate the most other than the jerk who won't get out of the left lane. Our phone number one eight hundred two eight three one one point five Morgan and Clinton, you're on New Jersey one zero one point five afternoon. Hello. So I noticed from moving from Pennsylvania to here. I came from a very rural town, and I moved into an apartment on a very busy street. And when I I had to make a left turn on into my apartment everyone's going around me because they're in such a huge rush, and they have to get to where they're going mmediately, and that really is nerve wracking because I feel like it's not safe and even the cops do it. And it's technically not even legal. So the passing you on the right over on the show that you're going, okay. That. The cops are doing it. Why do you say you can't do it? I say it's the copter doing it. You can do it. I did not learn that in my driver's Ed class that it was okay. To pass someone in the shoulder because you didn't leave your house fast enough. Well, okay. Specifically. Okay. Is it always a shoulder? I mean, what if it's just a fairly wide enough lane. And it's not actually marked as a shoulder. I mean, I realize if you're hugging to the right? You can kind of argue that would be your shoulder. But if it's not actually marked with a with a solid white line as a shoulder. What's really the big deal to squeeze around you. Yeah. I a couple of times when I was first when I first moved here, and I wasn't comfortable with that. I would come up behind the car. He was trying to make a left and people behind me would go around several different cars to so they could keep going straight. And I just don't get it. But I wasn't born here. So I guess I'll ever get it. It's just because you know, in New Jersey we have things to do. In pennsylvania. Like, I know you might be trying to get home to like skin a possum or something. But you know, here we have like second jobs and we've got busy lives, please. No. I'm joking Morgan. Silence. Passing me on the right? I don't care. Go ahead pass me Morgan. Most of my family is from Patsy. I was just TCU police still hate me over the bus. Okay. I don't really believe. You're skinning apostle many times. Coon? Yeah. That's right. Morgan. Thanks for calling New Jersey one to one point five. Yeah. I don't mind that you know. It doesn't affect me at all. Right. If I end up having my mirror taken off. Okay. But when you say that about any scenario where they hit you. So as long as you're not hitting me. I don't care. You squeeze around on the right is anything. It's alleviating. The congestion, I would think what about you. What is what is the most irritating? Driving move that people. Pull one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five three eighteen years fast.

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06:48 min | 2 years ago

"five three eighteen years" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"She's of the age that she attends a lot more weddings than I do. I don't attend anything anymore. Too old for weddings too young for funerals just way too old for like sweet sixteens. Oh, yeah. We're looking for something. Please don't sing. What does that? That's Bruno Mars Mary. You is that the name of the song? Yeah. Mary you think? L oughta marry you Kylie being in your mid twenties you attend a lot of weddings. I do I have three this year alone. What have you heard this year alone? Really? Oh, good Lord. I think I just didn't have that many friends so many, weddings. So what have you witnessed that has gone wrong and wedding wolf wolf the most recent wedding? I was at the let me get this, right? Groom's sister's boyfriend almost fought the father of the bride really over what over alcohol it was deep in the night air drunk, the one was he was ordered because you weren't supposed to order shots. So he was just ordering stuff on the rocks. And then taking it as a shot, which is just a shot. No shots. And if you could get the equivalent of alcohol in a glass, what's the big deal? I didn't make the rules. And I didn't ask questions. I didn't even know that this happened until the next day and the bride only just found out a few weeks ago that any of this happened. Okay. What else has gone wrong? Someone who is giving a speech at the church fell and hit the bride bride over on. That'd be awesome. If it did know she was sitting. So she liked caught her. It was such a mess. It was followed by the loudest. Silence. I've ever heard because we're all like. What do you do? And that's what you remember about that wedding. Isn't it? Yeah. See that poor woman bride, the one singular moment of her life that everybody's going to remember, and it sucks. Oh, well, at least I remember it. What else come on more? No. But I mean do this topic again in a year? For more of many stories. Maybe I'll be the story are union married. No, I'll be the wedding fail. All you'll be drunk falls down the stairs at the alter hurry county. Thank you. So what have you seen gone wrong at weddings? Maybe it was even your own one. You attended one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five told this story before but my favorite wedding fail. Was this is kind of tough to explain. All right. There was this family down the street and there were four brothers. The oldest brother was clean Cup. He actually became a police officer is the next two were twins. And they were near two wells. They were always in trouble. Couldn't do anything. Right. Never could hold a job that kind of thing and one of them owed back child support and had gone out of state had just skipped out town. And nobody knew where he was that kind of deal. So he wouldn't have to pay his child support. Okay. Well, the police officer brother's getting married, right? The brothers are groomsmen for the. Others wedding. So we had to be there waiting at the back of the church. Oh, no. They took him in do they at least wait until the wedding was did they did they wait until the wedding was over and the other took him. They took him away. Right at the end of the the wedding technically was over and most of the procession had gone out the door. Wyatt arrests. It was. It'd be a much better story if they had come up and walked onto the altar and dragged him. Yeah. But I think that it's it's better that they kind of showed some respect there as wrong as I mean. You had to at least in the back of his mind. He had to think I was going to happen. Absolutely, especially, and as you know, his brothers a police officer, you think he would have known. It was coming. Yeah. But he did I don't maybe it was a different department. I know I don't remember holding their members at all. That's all anybody who's talking about was I can't remember their band, the twins are named Mark and Mike, and I can't remember which one it was. But yeah, back child support caught up with the end of his brothers went. Oh, man. One eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five, Sean in Bridgewater. You're on New Jersey one zero one point five good afternoon. Sean. I went to my niece's wedding. She had a is that a golf course. And they had a golf cart. That'd be got. From the the golf course it said just married on it with little. Hanging off the back run around sticker pitches. But. At some point. Under-blown? The Gulf are down a hill. Like, I he was three thousand dollars worth of damage buildings for was he in the golf cart at the time. Or was it empty? No, he was riding your driving. But. And everybody watched him go and everybody watched him go cascading down the hill. Well now. All right. John. Thanks for calling New Jersey one. Oh, one point. I wonder if you get a DUI for that. If you're drunk, and you flip a golf cart because you don't need a license to drive one. No, you don't. But I remember a story of guy got a drunk driving while riding a horse and his his his lawyer had argued that the thing can go on its own without any unless maybe the horse was drunk. I think I remember that. Of course, I've been wrong already today. So might be miss remembering that, but I think that happened so wedding fails one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five what has gone wrong at a wedding. You attended Laura on the turnpike. You're on New Jersey one zero one point five. Right. I I I got married July twenty eight thousand feet and on the way back from the. College town down seventy two our reception on Staten Island party broke down with the entire bridal party. No. Yeah. Yeah. But thank God it happened after we were married and not be served. Just kind of milling around at the reception hall waiting for you to show up. Yeah. How long did delay was it? We miss the entire cocktail hour. I'm sure you had some refreshments on the bus though. What we did. And then other limos that were passing drive off some more refreshments. I have pictures of that in my wedding, seventy eight okay. Is that what you remember about your wedding day? Yeah. Most magical day your life, Laura. Thanks to call New Jersey one oh, one point five or talking about wedding fails. I saw this article it had a bunch of tweets from mainly brides. But others are just from observers at weddings of things. It's just went wrong on that special day the day, you want everything to be perfect and then somebody gets drunk. Somebody starts a fight. Somebody falls down the stairs. Somebody rolls golf cart. Those type of things that have happened at weddings. If you've witnessed any of those wedding fails, let us know at one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five three eighteen years. Jersey fast traffic. 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09:41 min | 2 years ago

"five three eighteen years" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Bill Doyle. More like a game show host. You wouldn't understand? Well, you heard the breaking news at the bottom of the hour to thirty from Joe cutter. And then again at three o'clock that the federal government is going to reopen. Even if it's only for three weeks, a temporary thing President Trump made an announcement that he is supporting short term spending Bill only three weeks the government will be reopened, but without any money for a border wall. Now before even go on. This is a big enough story that we just want to take a couple of phone calls. We don't wanna make too long thing of this. But I'm really curious what people who are big supporters of Trump feel about this. But honestly, we'll take calls from anybody. But do you feel like he caved one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five may see this. I think is telling me CNN there. Their bias is. And I'm not even saying that I'm not going to be one of those fake news idiots. I don't believe that at all. But they absolutely have a strong slant. As usually does the other direction something like, Fox News. But even Fox News listen to this first paragraph in what they put up about it from their website. President Trump said Friday that he will support a short term spending Bill to reopen the government temporarily ending the partial government shutdown that has dragged on for more than a month despite a day earlier, saying Republicans would not cave on his demands for funding for a wall on the southern border. That's something that I would normally see on CNN to point that out. I was surprised that they're pointing that out in the first paragraph on FOX story. And I'm wondering are some conservatives feeling kind of slighted by this sudden deal? I don't. No, I'm just asking. So wherever you come down on this. Let us know. I'm not even going to say if it's a good thing or it's a bad thing. I mean, certainly, I think with all that's going on with eight hundred thousand people so many without a paycheck having to hit up food banks. I mean, I think this is a good thing that reopening it. I don't think it's a good thing that it's only for three weeks that could easily go south. But let me just read part of an Associated Press story. This is the one that is appearing on our own site. Because this I think is the least biased slanted in any direction. I'll just read parts of this President Donald Trump Friday afternoon announced a short term deal to reopen. The US government for three weeks, ending the longest shutdown in US history. Negotiations will continue over the president's demands for money to build his long promised wall at the US Mexico border, which is not included in the temporary deal. No vote on the proposal has yet taken place. We have reached a deal to end the shutdown and reopened the government. Trump said overnight and into Friday at least five Republican senators had been calling Trump urging him to reopen the government and have the Senate consider his request for border wall money through regular legislation. According to a person familiar with the situation. A burst of movement toward a deal came as LaGuardia Airport in New York and Newark, liberty international airport in New Jersey where both experiencing at least ninety minute delays in take-offs Friday, the world's busiest airport. Hartsfield Jackson, Atlanta international was experiencing long security. Wait times a warning sign the week before it expects one hundred and fifty thousand out of town visitors for the Super Bowl and. Then it got into this. It is mentioning that the IRS now. So right there you have a safety concern with because I was air traffic controllers. They were short staffed Monday is the start of federal tax filing season. But fewer than half of the furloughed IRS employees recall during the shutdown to handle tax returns and send out refunds reported for work as of Tuesday, according to congressional and government aids. The employees have been told to work without pay most of them won't do it. Wow. Most of them were not showing up even though they were told to do it without pay so between that and this air traffic control thing all they need is one air disaster. And that's going to look bad for you can blame it on the Democrats. You can blame it on trop, whichever. You want to blame it on? It's gonna look bad for somebody. So I think this is a good thing. But he's reopening it without even a penny for the border wall is that caving one eight hundred two eight. Three one zero one point five Mike in long branch. You're on New Jersey one zero one point five. Hey. Hey, guys. How are you? All right. Mike. So you know, it's tough because. Yeah, I would love to have seen something with the wall. But at the end of the day, you know, he had to listen to people and get the government reopened temporarily. I mean at the end of the day if it doesn't work out in three weeks he can shut it down again. But this time the Democrats will be held liable because they had the opportunity to negotiate it. So I think he had to do it. I'm still with them one hundred percent, but he negotiated over the next three weeks. Now, I should have mentioned this, and I didn't yet Mike I know this is really brand new about an hour ago. But did you also hear the part? It is very much expected that if they will not negotiate at the end of those three weeks that he is ready to go ahead and take the legal risk of invoking a national crisis at the border, and even though it would probably be challenged. And I and I think he's got two options at that point either that that that plan which he's been talking about anyway. Or the other one which is to to negotiate it out, you know, bipartisan in a bipartisan way and just get it done. So hopefully, everybody pays attention now and watches over the next three weeks, what Pelosi Democrats actually offer because I think he's doing what he's supposed to be doing at this point. Okay. Okay. Mike. Thanks for your call. Asia from summit, you're on New Jersey one and one point five. Hi, president ever. No, he didn't cave and we're with him. I mean, he's not at school. This is it's people's lives. So no, it's not worth something happening at the airport or. During right. But it's okay. We're gonna get a law. It's good. It's all good. He didn't get it before reopening the government reopen government without getting not a it's not a tit for tat. It's okay. Said it was. But he said it was do you? Remember the meeting he walked out? Remember the meeting he walked out of where he I'm just trying to ask you a question. I'm not trying to fight with you. But you remember when he got a Schumer and Pelosi in there, does it include my wall. No, then Bye-bye. Yeah. Right. So how is this not a huge win for Pelosi and a huge loss for Trump? Explain explain how okay because we're dealing with people's lives. It's not about Pelosi. It's not about the clown Schumer. It's about people's lives. It's not a game. So yes, we need the government to open back up. But we also need to make sure that America you say, okay. And I agree with that part. But if it's not a game. Why did your best president ever make at one? He's the one who. I mean, he's playing chess. Of course, it's it's you know, he has to make the move. But as a businessman as an entrepreneur as a. Oh, you have to apply pressure. Right. So. Didn't get what he wanted. He will. Asia. Thanks for your call. What do you think of this the federal government reopening, but no wall Caroline highlands? Your New Jersey one zero one point five. Good afternoon. And I'm glad he did it and I'm a hundred percent for him. But basically he has been forcing the Democrats to show. How little they care for the American people. And he finally got to the point where it was a decision to just let them keep, you know, hanging themselves on that rope or to take into account the fact that yes, we did have some issues coming up with the TSA, and we definitely had issues with the coastguard and Chuck Schumer voted down. The only thing in the Bill was to fund the coast guard, and he he gets through it down. And I spent the morning shopping for things for the coast guard guys near okay to help them out. Trump basically is has shown exactly the attitude that the Democrats have as far. The people of the country. They were the ones that we're gonna keep playing and playing and playing and he said he's gotta be the grown up here. So let the government pay the people what we can do in three weeks, and if not we'll fix that too. But it's funny because the Democrats kept saying reopen the government, and then negotiate and now the reopening the government and Trump says they're going to negotiate but yet Trump's the adult and thanks for your call one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five three eighteen years. Fast.

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07:37 min | 2 years ago

"five three eighteen years" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"One zero one point five what made me wanna talk about that is I was seeing the old tappan Zee bridge. Yeah, they're taking it down. You're taking it down. And at first the plan was to do it piece by piece that ran into a stumbling block when they realized it was not structurally sound enough to keep that up. And so plans were made to go ahead and just use explosives now they were trying to avoid that because of fish life marine life. The water there. But there's no way around it now. And so it's all been said it's all been scheduled, and it's supposed to be taking place this Saturday. Now, I'm not gonna say it would be as cool as seeing one of those planned building implosion 's which is something I've always wanted to see that would be pretty cool though World War Two movie when they blow up a bridge three goes in the water. Well, you know, why I think you know, why you think of building implosion in a major city is slightly cooler is simply because usually they're so little margin for error. That's that's exactly why. Because the way that it's gotta be detonated and time the two completely collapsed in on itself and not just tip over out other major structures. So that's why it's like a little less dramatic. But that being said if I did not have children at home. If I were single and had nothing to do on Saturday. That is definitely something. I would do or if I were much much older and my kids were grown. I'm an old, man. You could bet I would get up there. And just stand at the shore and watch on how close to let people get. I read something about this. There's some recreation area where it's expected hundreds of people are going to be gathered to watch. And I know I read the figure twenty five hundred feet, but I'm not sure if that's simply the debris field, or if that's how close you can get not really sure so take that with a grain of salt. But yeah, that would be that would be a cool thing to say. And of all the weird things that I will watch on YouTube building implosion will be one of them. Really? Yes. Yeah. I don't know. Why I think part of it is I'm fascinated by the men and women who can engineer these the science involved in it the math that is involved in getting this just right? And you've got one chance to do it. Except in the case of what was at the Silverdome. Holy except watching. Isn't it supposed to fall it? So with that being the exception that proves the rule you normally have one shot at getting this right and they referred to that area. Metro-detroit has the engineering capital of the world. All the automotive engineers live there. Yeah. And then they couldn't even bring down a building owned. They didn't ask us. But yeah, those demo experts man that is just a really really niche, but really cool job. I would be fascinated to actually I'd be fascinated to just see the entire process. See them actually plan out and set the charges throughout these empty buildings. And then be there with a crew when it went, but I'm probably never going to do it. But yeah, it'd be neat to be as close as safely possible to one of those building implosion that would be on my bucket list. But I doubt it's ever going to happen. So once I thought of that, then I just thought well, you know, what I wonder if anybody else has like some weird ones or even the normal ones. You always hear about oh also included in this a bucket list. Could be simply vacationing someone you've never been right? Look always thought it'd be cool to go to Madagascar all the animals. Yes. Exactly. Because they have species there that do not exist. Anywhere else on the planet is what I've always heard much more. Doable is Australia. I always thought it'd be cool to stralia never been. So things like that. Our phone number's one eight hundred two eight three one a one point five, Bob. And Edison, you're on New Jersey one oh one point five. Gentlemen. Find your venture the keep bridge. We're actually going to my aunt lives in Nyack, which right across the water from the bridge, and she has a perfect view. And they're having a party, and we were invited to watch it. No, I'm jealous, man. That's cool. Yeah. Should be interesting. That is cool. Now, you've you when you say a perfect view is it really perfect pretty close or she is on are on the hill that overlooks the bridge. Oh, man. And I know this is never the point of your phone call. But that but her home must be worth millions. From what I understand it is. Yeah. Yeah. So no, I do not want an invite that would be rude, and I wouldn't be able to go. Anyway, I've got the kids and everything. But yeah, that would be like, oh, yeah. Let's have the stranger come do that. But Bob, like how many people are going to be there to watch the tape ends ego into the water out from what I understand we have twenty seven out of common relatives or Frank by a wonderful neighbors. I'll also having parties. Now, I can't remember from the articles. Do you do you? Remember the exact time that it's going to be needed. I know we have to be there at nine AM. I don't know what time it that nation on. Are you bringing a camera? Yep. Absolutely. I want to tell me. Yeah. Oh, that's so cool. You wear like y'all wearing hardhats just to fit the theme. Now, if it's a party is they're going to be adult beverages because nine AM is kinda rough to start doing that. And then stop, I don't know. I don't drink. I never had alcohol in my life. Well, well, well, well, so is that on your bucket list get drunk? Now now up that was my friends they all wanted to try to get drunk. I just never I never had alcohol. Now, I'm not mocking it. I mean, good for you. You're healthier for it. But not even once not one moment. No, no, never had a sip of adopting now. Wow. This is almost like he's calling in for. Well. I never that's that's unusual. Okay. So you mentioned you mentioned the tap pansy. But what what was your bucket list item? Then. In a hang glider. That's pretty cool. Did you see that recent video that was all over the news about a month or two ago? But the guy that wasn't strapped in properly. Oh, no. And then it was on that had a cat. The cat was on the hang glider. And nobody knew it. Oh, I didn't. I didn't even know about the cat one. Hang glider. Oh, wow. I didn't throw anything off. Yeah. This guy wanted to go. It's almost like when you do a tandem skydive. He was supposed to be strapped in with the glider guy. The glider guy was fine. But the glider guy didn't strap in the paying customer properly. So he comes out of it. Well, you saw the video right? I think I did. Yes. Yeah. And I mean there it's like an emergency to get him down to the ground as fast as possible. But for minutes this guy just hanging on for dear life, so enjoy that that won't happen about. All right. We're talking about bucket list items. What would be on your bucket list, something that you want to experience place? You wanna go thing you want to see do one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five three eighteen years.

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02:00 min | 2 years ago

"five three eighteen years" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Hi. Hi, amy. How are you guys? We're good. How are you? So when I was younger in high school, my friends, and I would drive around around the holidays, and we used to steal baby Jesus is outside his lawn. And then we go down to shield w houses down, and we'd leave a baby Jesus on somebody else's front doorstep. And ring the bell and run away. Did you want them to think that their neighbor had stolen their Jesus? No. We just we weren't even really thinking about it. We were just think it'd be funny for somebody to open their door and find a baby Jesus on their front steps. You weren't an overly scared Catholic or anything because then they would think that there was going to be a special place in hell for stealing baby. Jesus. And I'm not scalding you. I'm not saying I'm that guy. I'm just saying there are some people even though it was just something plastic, and maybe even has a light bulb in it. But some people would would would find that. Sacred messing with baby diapers. Did you ever get high school kid? We didn't really think about it that way. Did you ever get caught? No, we didn't. When did you stop was this just one year? Did you do this every Christmas? No, he doesn't a one year other year we used to rearrange people's like deer up here. They'd had our the reindeer. Let me guess you made it look like they were mating, right? Yes. Yes. How did I know because that's. Resistible the pranksters. I knew it. All right. Amy. Thanks for calling New Jersey one. Oh, one point five who's got a story about somebody that stole something rather strange. And it's a and by the way, it does not have to be Christmas stuff. That's not what we're saying. We're saying anything whatsoever. One eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five three eighteen years fest. Traffic.

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05:25 min | 2 years ago

"five three eighteen years" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Others are going to have to do with a frozen Turkey and substitute bowling pins. Live in studio. We'll explain later. So he's going to have a little bit of everything a little bit of everything that's going to be in the six o'clock hour. There was a story that I noticed and bringing this up because of the Macy's day parade, and I know being this close to New York City. There are some people who were brave and crazy enough to go. But there may not be balloons this year because of the wind. Yeah. This story from some CBS, New York and it reads as follows CBS Tuesday chief weather caster Lonnie quick cheap way. They got a chief to they called. There's a weather caster ours is the chief meteorologist there you go much better cachet to that. There you go. But they're just ripping us off in chief thing so Lonnie Quinn. He was explaining that not only are we in for this. You know, possible record breaking cold. But that the winds might actually force the parade to get rid of the balloons. They can't go after or more than twenty three miles an hour or something like that. It's okay. Here are the the the rules are the established the some years back. You remember when? They had some balloons get out of control. Yes. And a woman was I wasn't a woman actually killed once. Or was it just? Remember, I I want wanna say a woman one year was actually killed by the glass, debris falling from a street lamp or something like that. Anyway, the rules are if the sustained winds hit twenty three miles per hour. And if there are gusts of thirty four miles per hour anything under that they can do it. But that's the protocol Twenty-three sustained and gusts of thirty four they are predicting at least Lonnie was twenty two sustained and thirty three gusts one mile per hour difference. And so he says we are right there. Meaning right on that line. Can you even imagine a thanksgiving parade without the balloons that has to have happened before though? Right. Did they ever ground them? I can't really remember. I never pay attention to it. I know I don't really know one year from the next, and I don't really sit there for every single hour. It's kind of like always on in the background. And then something will catch my attention. I'll sit for ten minutes and then go back to doing whatever. But it's on all morning, and it's not necessarily paying rapt attention. But yeah, that would kinda suck for anybody who is going to go. But then I started wondering who does that? Now, this is only my opinion. Please don't take it personally. But I think you're freaking nuts. If you go to New York City to watch the parade. Clearly a lot of people do this. Maybe we even volunteered. Maybe you've even been one of those people that walked in whole held the ropes and guided those balloons who knows but tomorrow is going to be so bitterly cold. Yeah. I can understand. Maybe if it's almost spring like weather forget fall like I needed to be a little warmer. I'm going to spend all those hours, but I would like to hear some stories from anybody who was either nuts enough or brave enough. Even just once in your life to ever go into the city and watch the Macy's day parade or. I'm even more curious about this actually, something that's going to be coming up just weeks from now have you ever been one of those lunatics that actually went in person to see the ball drop in Times Square New Year's Eve? Neither one of those activities hold any allure for me at all see I'm with you. And we might sound like just total grinches. Hold out. Well, and don't they get there in either case like hours and hours before the actual event to stakeout their claim? It's always what I hear. I assume that that's got to be true, even more. So for New Year's Eve, I believe because I think a New Year's Eve and anybody please call in and correct me I think on New Year's Eve once you're in. I think that they section it off with those, you know, metal horses like the the barricades and that you're not allowed to leave. And if you do leave you're not getting back in which I think is why people are actually wearing undergarments like depends because there's no way that you can use the bathroom, and you're just stuck there all night. I mean, this is what I hear. I don't know if that's true now with the Macy's day parade. I guess you're not as stuck. I mean. It's got to be very hard to get around. And then you probably do have to get a good spot have to get there. Many many hours early. But once you're there is it easy to just like walk away. Go and get coffee a few blocks away then walked back. Find a different spot. Is that easy like eight people deep from the curb my then probably yes. But then the other thing I'm wondering, and I never noticed this watching it on TV or is that also sectioned off by police because of crowd walks and stuff, right? And are you also not allowed to leave or come back in things like that? So we wanna know who has gone in person to see either the Macy's day parade or the ball drop at Times Square. One eight hundred two eight three one one point five three eighteen years. Fast. Traffic.

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08:05 min | 2 years ago

"five three eighteen years" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Hundred two eight three one zero one point five is the phone number whenever you might want to join us. Okay. I just checked it on this. I hadn't looked at it. Until now. On our Doyle pay to one of the things we have is right up. I did about my not so great feelings about how Murphy handled the storm. And at the end of that, it's a little poll asking if you wanna give him a letter grade for how he dealt with a storm ninety three point seventy five percent giving him an F six and a quarter percent giving him a D. No sees Nobis. No as. Yeah. So we're not happy. Yep. That is under a story called storm showed Murphy is no leader. Of course, is just my opinion. Sure. His wife would feel differently. But if you want to check that out, please do also there is there's a video of our friend. Kylie more Kylie more is the producer for the Dennis and Judi mid day program. Yes, something terrible happened yesterday. I caught Kylie eating pizza with a knife and fork. No, yes. Yes, he's a born and bred. Oh, and the video he just ends with a screaming at each other. A lot of conversations with Kylie. And you notice then there's one common denominator. It's kylie. Notice that. But we're comparing her in this video to other videos of Trump doing the same thing. Bill de Blasio doing the same thing. So she's apparently an elitist now. Go to check that out that's up there as well. And then figure this logic out. You know, how one of the reasons that New Jersey will put a heavy tax on cigarettes. Tobacco tax is because cigarettes are bad for you. And to get you to stop smoking cigarettes. Right. So now, what are they doing? They're using some of the cigarette tax money to try to get people to stop vaping. Even though one of the reasons people vape is to stop smoking cigarettes. Bill has all right up on ninety dollars s millions of dollars on is. If you want to check that out that's up there as well. All on the dean D page. Nj one zero one five dot com. Can do that. So you got the car all my God. What an odyssey. Yes. We finally got our car back yesterday. Are we going to do this without naming the dealership on the probably should? Okay. Well, that'll be for the callers as well. And no names of places so car needs some body work done. I'm trying to compress this sure on October fourteenth. They had a car. And that's when I gave him the go ahead. Go ahead and fix the car. Everything's in place. Now, go ahead and fix it. And I ask him not expecting to get an exact time. How general how long would something like this day ten days? He says ten days I was hoping it'd be a little less. Honestly, I've had body worked on a couple of times. I've never had to take ten days when you told me the other day that the initial estimate was ten days. I felt even that was long. It didn't turn out to be a lot worse, and it just kept going on and on and I would call them and call them. Geez. A couple of weeks ago. And I said, then we can get a car back. It's been two or three weeks whatever it's been two weeks already. And so this was on a Friday. And he said, you know, it's looking like Wednesday. Cheese have to wait till Wednesday. Okay. When he said, I'll call you when it's done Wednesday comes and goes, no, call give another day. Maybe something to give them a Thursday comes and goes, nothing not even a phone call the courtesy of saying, hey, something went wrong yet again. And this is gonna just note. Nothing like your ghosted you. So I call him again on Friday, and he says. You know, it's almost done. We need a couple of radiator clips and those should come in today, and we're up until noon tomorrow. So I'll let you know when he's done, obviously, Saturday came and went and nothing. No, call Monday comes and goes this has been over three weeks now. Yes, Monday comes and goes, still nothing. So I call him again. And he's saying, oh, well, it looks like it might be ready in the next couple of days. Well, it wasn't ready in the next couple of thanksgiving mind they've had this since October fourteenth, right? And I don't remember what excuse he gave me. Because the last thing you told me he was we're waiting on the radiator clips zip. But apparently there was something else. We'll maybe what did it sound like this. It's going to be a few more days. My nephew is enjoying the car. He's got it out. Out in North Dakota right now, and we're we're renting a car from them while we wait. So that's piling up as well. Let's that really had me angry from them. Yes. Yes. I didn't know it was from them. Yeah. And you're paying for that. It's not covered. Car. It's a rental dab -solutely rent O, B S to this whole. Oh, yeah. That was getting I was getting pretty angry about this. And then my wife who has much worse temper than I do. She wrote this screed about the dealership on her Facebook page said telling nobody saying, no one should ever go there. They're awful, blah, blah. Blah daughter showed how to how to tag the dealership in that post and up in the afternoon and the next morning. She got a call saying, you know, we're doing everything we can we're sorry, blah, blah, blah, taking the post. Would you mind? Would you mind giving me my car like, okay, we'll take you. Now when we get our damn car back seems fair. So the weekend went again this past weekend. And let's see what's today. Friday said this said again on Monday that should be done by Wednesday. Wednesday comes and goes still have this is ridiculous. And then yesterday at one o'clock two o'clock in the afternoon. My wife gets the call that the car is finally done. But it had been exactly actually a month and a day from Tober fourteenth. November fifteen get the body work done on the car and halfway through this process. They stopped even giving a reason they you said, well, it's just not done. Yeah. I totally got a reason once that was the radiator clip day. So most of the time we didn't know what stage they were. I mean had I mean, I will give them the benefit of the doubt that wasn't just a body work because the bodywork could cause some hose damage in the engine. So there was some repair work done as well. Sure. As the bio work. Yes. But still I mean thirty days that's ridiculous. At least I'm thinking, it is I totally agree with you. I mean, it doesn't normally take this long. Does it dealerships? Not like the head to go out and find the parts of your car. You put it together. Well, that company put it together. Now, please I know this is going to be hard because the tempers really really flare with a thing like this. And you want to rag on somebody by name. But we can't have it does not even mentioning who this was. Yeah. And I can prove mine. Yeah. Exactly. And we're still not mentioning it. So what we would love to know, though, is how long was your car held hostage at some sort of repair shop, whether it was a mechanic shop a body shop, a dealership just don't name the place, please we can't have that. But that's not normal. Right. Thirty days Ambi. Makes a difference or not, but we bought the car there and about another car there. This was not. I mean, I've been a customer of theirs multiple times and still get jerked around. It's frustrating. It was infuriating. Yeah. But you're not buying third corps. Absolutely not. So we want to know that. I would assume nobody would say that that was normal. So you let us know how long was your car ever held up out of repair shop body shop one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five three eighteen years fast traffic. All right. Good troubles on the New Jersey turnpike.

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New Jersey 101.5

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"five three eighteen years" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"On tell you all got all these people have gotten so. Oh, no. So who who do you think has? I heard recently who does not have it anymore is a plumber Carney really got a new album out. I heard like one of the same. I heard the single is terrible. What about live have you ever seen him alive? Now because that's what I wonder. I wonder about these people who eighty year old guys still have it seems ridiculous. Because some do I mean some look at Tony Bennett. Tony bennett's. Tony bennett. He's you know, McCartney's Paul McCartney. Listen, I if I was if I were Iraq and roll star hanging up what if you needed the money, what have you blew through all your money on drugs and women in the eighties hanging up. And you gotta steal tour. That's everybody's gotta pay the mortgage or doesn't have it anymore. In actual. It does not sound good. Does. Not look good. It sucks. I love axel doing it. Guns roses my band when I was a kid really loved loved them headed. Always hated that voice. That was my first first concert ever guns and roses. Guns N roses, opening up for deep purple and Aerosmith giant stadium. Deep purple got billing over guns and guns and roses was they hadn't broken yet. But I knew of them was their first big hit was appetite for destruction with their album was out for a year before it hit wasn't it. So, but you knew them already a new welcome to the jungle the video on head bangers ball. This is great. And then as it turns out, it's a very ridiculous story. But I went there was the first guys ever went to they had been touring an England where they had kind of broken, right? They became big in England, then they came back to the states as eighty-seven pre internet, whatever. And I know this because I interviewed slash and he told me the story that they expected again right there opening for deep purple. They're opening for air for the giant stadium. They're expecting, you know, five six thousand people in the stands for them ninety thousand people were there to see them. They they didn't realize that this is their first show back after being in Europe for like three or four months. They didn't know that like they had gotten like this popular act quickly in the states. So they're expecting four or five thousand people there's ninety thousand people like waiting to see them like how do you know, they were there for them and not Ariza with they were there for that. Because who goes into see the opening band when you want to get a stadium show you want to get there early on her there for drink do some very wanna get in the parking lot. They were there for guns N roses. And as I said, they had they had no idea, and they all. Really blown away. And that's when they didn't wanna break it to them that they were there for. They were never going to roses. Believe me. Okay. But deep purple in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven relevant that gives you an idea of how irrelevant guns roses was would. They booked the show develop is because it went guns N roses. Deep purple harassment. Purple having to follow that. Being an on before Aerosmith. Right. Do you? Remember what the purple how they were. I could care. No. I don't I was gonna roses. Did you know I stayed? Severa smith. How old were you eighty seven? So I was fifteen somebody drop you off. I went with guy, his license. All right. So who still has it who does not among the aging rock and rollers one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five three eighteen years faster traffic. What.

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"five three eighteen years" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

03:20 min | 3 years ago

"five three eighteen years" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Hi. Never heard of him. Oh, yeah. You're. Course, I have even my kids. Okay. You know, what's cool about Elvis, Charlotte? Eagles Castelo now. Even even my eleven year old daughter knows a ton about Elvis, and I have no idea how she even learned it. But even my daughter. Yeah. Yes. The boy that is one legend that lives on. So like how crazy of an Elvis fan were you? Absolutely. The best ever. Did they have posters back, then or pictures out of magazines? Everyone was albums. I saw every one of his movies. You cried when he went away into the military. Yeah. Oh, well, that would be a bigger one. Yeah. Yeah. Everybody's heart. When he got married. Have you ever been to Graceland? Yes. I have. Okay. When you took the tour of Graceland. Did you find it really weird that nobody is allowed on that second floor? I know my Alvis was up there. That's what everybody I know people in my two-round, they make a big thing. Like, nobody is allowed up there. And they and they say there's still some family that lives up there. But they don't tell you who. And. Yeah. In charlotte. The speculation runs wild on those tours about harlot. Thanks for your call. Barbara in East Brunswick, you're on New Jersey one zero one point five. Hey, barbara. How are you? I'm great. Bringing back memories Bobby Rydell fan. But my question was Leslie Nielsen and leave the whole story behind that. Because we don't think we think of what kind of old anyway. Well, wait, you're talking about the actor from like the naked gun movies. That guy. Okay. Okay. Fifties. Nineteen fifties. Mickey Mouse club had a series of like Vini series. Historical fiction. And there was one called about swamp FOX about the famous revolutionary war. Hero francis. Marion and it was played. And this is probably around nineteen fifty eight fifty nine it was played by Leslie Nielsen hot young actor from Canada. So we used to play one talks and. I am. I am in Google images. Trying to find a photo of him from back then but. A serious actor. Yeah. I guess so okay. Here's an old one. Yeah. All right. I guess he was a good looking dude. Yeah. Barbara, thanks. Barbara mentioned where he's from. Being the phantom foreshadowing that I am that information may come in handy later in the show. That's all I'm going to say. Okay. I'm trying to I I already forget what she said where she. Doesn't help you at all. Maybe it will somebody else. All right. We are talking about your team crushes who was your team crush one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five three eighteen years. Fast. Traffic.

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"five three eighteen years" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

08:13 min | 3 years ago

"five three eighteen years" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Chime time is three oh nine with demand. Ski in Doyle. I'm big Bill Doyle or more like a game show host. Yeah. Hey, man, you wouldn't understand Joseph? So. The TV monitor to my right. Your left. Why is it displaying Google images all of routine? And has that been up there ever since we start or not I just never noticed that is kind of behind me. So I don't know. I didn't even notice that it was routinely filled until you just mentioned it just picture after picture of rotea any I would suspect don't get it. Kylie more might know, she often puts things up there. And she works for the show. That's on prior does. So she would probably it has to be something with them. Not us. Dennis does like as a talion food. I e yeah. Often, she'll put something stupid up there. Like as an insult or a taunt fat, Jennifer Connelly, right? She lived on that for weeks. I know, but this routine this has to be some sort of attack on Dennis. It's to be I guess, we'll never know the colored spirals. Those are those are always fun. My son loves them. There's veggie sticks. You know, my son eats, teeny tri-colored routine absolutely nothing on it. Nothing. No sauce. No salt. No cheese. What you're going to nothing. You're gonna say without cooking. Can you do that crunch? Oh, this actually goes perfectly. What we're about to talk about. Anyway. I will have to explain this. But strange ways that people eat, and I have to explain why. When when you were when you have the day off on Monday, Joe was filling it over there. And there was this very very brief thing that happened while of like, forty five seconds total. But. It started with him eating those flaming hot Cheetos out of a bowl with a spoon. What he was eating flaming hot Cheetos out of a bowl with a spoon. Well, that's not right. I know the reason though, he gave this reason because you have to be touching orange fingers. Yeah. He didn't want Cheetos fingers. So like this weird prep school. Boy. I dunno is very strange. He fills them up in a bowl. He's eating them with a plastic spoon. I just thought that was very weird. And then that led me to talking about the time that he was trying to eat pizza with a fork. And then that led him to mentioning this other thing that he's done that he actually likes and he hopes is going to catch on recently. He found the new way to eat spaghetti. I saw that. Did you see the little gift whatever you wanna call it? I did. Okay. He takes the fork he twirls the spaghetti up onto the floor. And you can actually see this, by the way, I actually put this this video up on nj one zero one five dot com on the demonstrators Doyle page, and it's under something like stupid way Jovis eating spaghetti, whatever. But he he twirls the spaghetti upon to the fork. And when all of that still dangles down when he can't get all of it on there. He has a pair of office scissors. This happened at work, right? And he's sitting there with officers without having cleaned that I wanted to point that out to these have been around the office for long time. And he took no sanitary provisions at all not at all picked him up and chopped his food with right? And he would cut he would trim the spaghetti that part would fall back on the plate. And then he would eat the less cumbersome fork full, and he would do it again. Get more the dangles or handling or haggling. The dangles hanging down. And then again, he picks up the officers and trims the spaghetti with. It's. And he he is such a believer in this. Now, he says he's doing it at home. He says he hopes this catches on across the United States. I don't know why. He's gonna get money out of it. And as an informational service to anyone who else might who might use scissors in this building. I've been led to believe that he didn't wash them afterwards. Now, I didn't know that he didn't wash him before he didn't wash him after. Ooh. And this just got me thinking about a number of things just about strange ways, people might eat things like that fork business, for example, is it? Okay. And this is probably the best question on a place like New Jersey. Is it a violation of all things? Holy to New Jersey. Eat pizza with a fork and a knife. Yes. Or no. And have you ever known people have your kids eating things in strange ways? Have you eaten things in odd ways? Do you? Remember the Seinfeld episode? Where was it? It's quick Spar. It was some kind of candy bar that maybe it was a Snickers that George Costanza started eating with a knife and fork. And then for some weird reason it caught on. And by the end of the episode, everybody New York is eating candy bars with with a knife and a fork, but weird ways people eat thanks now. I have one that I have done. I don't do it. The majority of the time. But sometimes I will one time. Going eat some ice cream. And I noticed that I had cleaned forks, but I had no clean spoons. And I thought you know, what I'm not gonna stop and just clean one spoon. I'm just gonna eat with a fork. So we take her four. And I thought this is actually kind of different and cool because you're tasting the ice cream. Through the prongs through the times of the fork before hitting all of your tongue. It's like a quick little tease and then the full. Yeah. Isn't it problematic? When you get to the bottom of the bowl. As it melts. I mean, I think I was eating right out of the container. Oh, yeah. Oh, this is what I lived alone. Dude. There was nobody else. There was no backwash. I wasn't eating the entire container. But yeah. Like eating ice cream with a fork. And I thought okay, that's a little odd. But it actually made a tastes slightly different. Because of the way it hits your tongue first and then once in a blue moon like once every twenty times since. Just grab a fork on purpose. I have one that's kind of in between what's up the other night. My wife made chicken dines, and there was no sauce on them. And my oldest son's girlfriend was eating with us. The the chicken thigh with your fingers, you pick it up and eat it like it's a piece of chicken or with a knife and fork. Fingers shaded with a knife and Ford and I thought about it. I know my dad wanted I'm more of a chicken, it's finger food type of person. But not everybody is not everybody believes, you know, especially if it's crazy or whatever they don't want to get the grease all over them. So that you with a knife and fork. I don't know unless it's if there's bone in there, then you pick it up if it's just a piece of chicken like if you ever like chicken parmesan. There's no bone in their prepare chicken like that. Then it's nice and four. But yeah, if there's a long chicken tender. Then it reverts to finger food, but if it's wider into a Patty, no, I think even the chicken tender, you use a knife and a four really unless it's a chicken fry from Burger King where it's round not flat like a tender then it's finger. What if it's not a tender? What if it's nugget? Oh, that's finger food. So at what size does it change from being finger food tonight and fork food. Or is it what with could be wit? I'm not sure exactly. But it's like, I know it when I say. Never thought about what kind of strange ways people eat, and this could be basically like anything one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five three eighteen years fast.

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