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"janis post" Discussed on Talking Mopars

Talking Mopars

06:03 min | 8 months ago

"janis post" Discussed on Talking Mopars

"This week's project. . Car of the week is actually a van and I'm starting to think I should just call this segment. Mo- . par project of the week just because. . You know I picked more than just cars for the segment. . So be ready for that change. . I'm trying to be a little bit more diverse with the Mo parts that I choose for this segment because I do like mo parts from all areas and all types of Mo- parts and I think that good moped projects aren't just cars sometimes their trucks, , and since I'm on a van kick this week was a van and Let, , me say that I actually set out to find van for this week's project. . There was just one issue there aren't very many out there. . So let's read the ad and then we'll talk some more about vans and why they can make cool projects. . The van featured on this edition of Mo- Project of the week was posted on the Mo- part hundred facebook page on Sunday September sixth at nine. . AM HERE IS THE AD. . Van Three Thousand Nine, , hundred, , ninety, , five, , dollars, , nineteen seventy five, , dodge tradesman shorty three Eighteen v eight auto runs drives and stops pretty well for a forty five year old van. . If you've been looking for one of these, , this is one to consider not showroom ready. . But great start to a street machine serious inquiries only please three, , thousand, , nine, , hundred, , ninety, , five dollars, , or best offer title status is clean. . So. . This ban is a short wheelbase van, , which for these is one hundred, , nine inches compared to the longer versions that one, , hundred, , twenty, , seven inches the van that I wanna buy from Stacey is a hundred, , twenty, , seven inches for wheelbase. . So it's longer than my dad's was since my dad's was a like this van the one in this ad is to tone it has a light blue base with a thick. . Dark blue striped mid body in a dark blue roof. . It has a windshield visor which is very buggy vanish and it has my favorite bubble windows of all time. . The PENTASTAR portholes they are super rare and I'd love to hunt down a set for my future van project. . But if stacy's van ends up being mind, , then I'll just settle for the round portholes unless I can find. . Those awesome. . Pentastar. . Wants this van. . Also has a grant wood grain steering wheel, , which adds to that nostalgic feeling along with that pop up Sunroof, , and it looks like at one point back was done up like seventies custom but right now it's pretty bare, , which is great. . Because most of the time when you find these vans, , the cargo area usually needs to be redone. These . old buggy vans had all shag carpet and cabinets put in Old Saints and. Things . like that. . So chances are if you find one of these, , it'll probably need new carpet and things like that. . This one actually has a plywood floor and looking around it actually looks like the van was originally read. . The good news is that it will be easy to strip the cargo area and get creative to create your own space. . I. . Like the idea of a modern version of a classic book Van Something. . Creative enough that you can go to shows and show it off. . But you can also go camping, , and if you're the nomad life, , you can hit the road and live that van life but it would also be cool to get this thing capable of hauling a race car that way you have a place to store your tools, , parts, , extra tires, , and have a place to stay at the track instead of. . A ten I really liked that idea for me I like all those possibilities but the possibility of having a mobile podcast studio when I go to events would be really cool and if I bring merch with me, , it would make a great display for the Merch to this thing has a three eighteen. . It's running and driving and hey, , it stops too. . So that's always nice <hes> I like projects that you can. . Drive home and this thing is you know that type of a project, , it even has some pin striping on the hood, , which is cool because it's kind of like a throwback. . It does need some new wheels and tires and some fifteen by ten on fats in the back and some fifteen by eight in the front would give this thing that groovy raked stance that was so popular with these vans back. . In the day I, , think that this van is also in desperate need of a front lip spoiler and the fender flares, , which you can surprisingly still find if you look hard enough online but all in all, , I'd say if you were interested in getting a Boogie van for a project for less than four grant, , I think this one is a great candidate I actually did reach out to the seller just to. . Feel the water and see what the temperature was like and it sounds like he's pretty firm with not much wiggle room. . But he said that thirty five, , hundred to the right person would take it home. . WanNa know what I offered him. . But that's a whole nother story since these vans are hard to find think he's in the ballpark the side doors do have a little damage and there's definitely some work probably needs to be done but overall, it , appears to be pretty solid. . So if you're looking to get back into fanning and relive your youth or even if you're a rookie banner, , this would make a fun project keep on Truckin my friends that was Mo- part project of the week Nomo par left behind. . Since we're on the topic of vans. . This week's high-performance part belongs to a custom Shorty Dodge van and the two thousand, , fifteen movie American ultra and because I suck at explaining movies, , I finally come to the realization that from now on I think I'm just GonNa read the Synopsis Straight from Rotten Tomatoes. . So here is the synopsis for American Ultra. . Tomatoes. . American ultra is a fast paced action comedy about Mike Played by Jesse Eisenberg, , a seemingly hapless and unmotivated donor who's small town life with his live in girlfriend phoebe played by Kristen Stewart is suddenly turned upside down unbeknownst to him. . Mike is actually a highly trained lethal sleeper agent in the blink of an eye as a secret past comes back to haunt him. . Mike is Thrust into the middle of deadly government operation and is forced to summon his. . Interaction hero in order to survive. . Now, , where does this sweet Boogie van come in well about seventeen minutes and thirty seconds into the movie Eisenberg's character Mike Meets up with his drug dealer rose played by John Leguizamo to buy illegal fireworks. . The show he wants to put on for when he proposes to phoebe Rachel Rolls Up to the meeting spot in one thousand, , nine, , hundred, , ninety, , four to nineteen, , seventy, six, , , dodge short van with a wild paint scheme which. . To me looks like a vinyl rap, , but

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"janis post" Discussed on Talking Mopars

Talking Mopars

05:39 min | 8 months ago

"janis post" Discussed on Talking Mopars

"Welcome. Back my friends I've been doing a lot of thinking lately and I think I need to go back to my Mo- par roots for those of you who haven't heard my story yet I'll give you the cliff notes my first memories of Mo- Pars were of my dad's in one thousand, nine, hundred, five, Dodge Daytona Turbo Z and his custom nineteen, seventy, five, dodge tradesman short van, both of them were black and both made a huge impression on me as a kid it's been over twenty years since I've seen that van in, it's never left my mind. I still think that it's the coolest Van I've ever seen actually think about it a lot and To put it bluntly, I don't think my Mo- part life will ever be complete until I get a book van of my own. So I know I'll never be able to replace my dad's van but just like his dart I like to find a van because getting one would mean that I've managed to replace all the Mo Pars in our family that have gotten away. Now I don't know if any of you have tried looking for seven Era Dodge van lately, but they aren't exactly easy to find and when you do find him at least when I do they aren't really what I'm looking for or they're just crazy expensive I, mean more expensive than they. Need to be I'll tell you that it's pretty ridiculous. You think more muscle cars are expensive. Go try and find a dodge. Boogie van. Okay. They're crazy. The most important thing about this podcast for me has been the number of Kumo par folks that I've made connections with because of it, and who I now consider to be my friends one of those cool people who I consider to be a friend as my buddy. Stacey Stacey, reached out to me way back in January and said he. Heard me talking about vans on the show and mentioned that he actually had a dodge van that he would be willing to sell to me. He said that he tried to sell with no luck and it's been sitting for like the past three years. But at the time, I, really didn't think much of it because I wasn't considering the fact that if I actually got van I would have my own book van and I customize it like my dad did his back in the day but. Stacy's band is orange and was actually wants a ready camp conversion van that has since been gutted. So it has no windows other than the two on the back doors and obviously the ones up front. But as a cool bonus, it does have the typical Boogie van Porthole Windows, and in my book just makes the look of the van. It also has one of those vents in the roof towards the rear and a sunroof in the front. So basically, it's the perfect platform to build A. Book of my own and quick story on the van is that Stacey's friend was in poor health and was selling off some of his moped collection stacey ended up with this van and some other Kumo part stuff and since he is knee deep in rebuilding his Kuta right now, he knew that he wasn't going to get around to it anytime soon. So he would be willing to find a good home and he asked me but it's not running at the moment and it's got a seven twenty-seven. Attached to the three eighteen, that's leaking and seen better days. So it's going to need a transmission or some transmission work but stacey sent me a bunch of pictures and the thing is pretty Dang solid considering its age and the fact that has been sitting for a few years you know it's not a complete rob box. There are a couple small issues but for the most part it is solid and that's what I'm looking for in a van because I'd like to have a platform that's. Pretty Straight, you know the paint's oxidized but hopefully, with a little elbow grease, we can get that paint to shine. Once again to be honest with you I've had so much going on this year and with the stupid virus complicating life even more I completely forgot about stacy having that man and offering it to me for a good price at actually wasn't until recently when our old pal Johnny Mo posted a really cool looking pro street van and said that it made him. WanNa van that I. Saw Stacey comment about his van and saying he's willing to sell it. Of course being the Mo- part vulture that I am I swooped in and just like that my desire to have a van was reignited and since Janis Post I can't stop thinking about stacy's Van I reached back out to him and we're trying to work something out. But hopefully sooner rather than later. But other than wanting to complete my little collection classic Mo-, Park The van would make a great haller and since I. Plan on taking talking. Mo- pars on the road in the future it would make the perfect home away from home in mobile talking low parts podcast studio I thought that would be really cool but I've spent so much time travelling and camping advance when I was a kid that even as creepy as some people think, these vans are to me vans bring back some of the fondest and best memories of my childhood and I could think of no better mode of transportation for the most part hunter. To shows outside of my area than accustomed Dodge van another plus side is the fact that actually be able to use the van as a tow vehicle for my daughter or my truck if I ever needed to so needless to say the reasons for me getting the van far outweigh the reasons why I shouldn't and my wife hating vans being one of those reasons. Sorry Babe I know that you hate vans but no I love you and I'm a Mope As such I, need a Mo- part van in my life. The truth is that. This. Deal is sentenced on yet because somebody else could just go in swoop in and by the van from Stacey which would suck for me but. You know I believe in first-come-first-served that said I. Have My sights set on stacy's Van and I'm going to do everything I can to get it I just don't know when that's going to happen. So that's what's been on my Mo- parked in mind as of late and not. For those of you wondering I definitely haven't forgotten about the projects that I have in my garage right now being the DART and my truck. But since being reminded of the Van, I'm actually super motivated to get these projects going and moving along. So what I'm in the process of coming up with is the plans for my projects and the cash to get this van but that's the name of the game for a Mo-, Park. Guy Like me as I'm sure many of you can relate to that I'm sure there are plenty out there listening who feel the same way about Mo- parts that I do the amount of Mo powers that sucks to have is not having enough. So we're always trying to add more to the collection. All right friends. Now that I've told you all my secret plans please don't tell my wife. Let's get this show on the road..

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"janis post" Discussed on Crime Junkie

Crime Junkie

11:29 min | 1 year ago

"janis post" Discussed on Crime Junkie

"All of a sudden johnny is super active online and when his friends see his activity kicked backup online again they breathe a huge sigh of relief. Janis posting updates on facebook. He's changing his. Msn's screen name. He even deletes his profile on plenty of fish so they figure he must be out there somewhere out there with jen happy living his life but then more and more days pass more and more days with no direct word from Johnny. Dale just can't shake the feeling that something isn't right by Wednesday now. Five days after Janis date with Jen. Dale decides that he's had enough. He calls police again and he says you're not listening to me. Johnny is missing and I need to officially report him as a missing person. Finally an officer agrees to at least send someone down to take a statement so dale and two friends get together relieved to finally have police taking them seriously but they wait and they wait and the cop never shows up to take the statement what they just stood him up exactly so desperate and frustrated when Friday rolls around. Dale and a couple of friends decide to take matters into their own hands. They head to Johnny's place again and this time they get through an unlocked window now when Dale spoke to police. They said they needed more evidence that something had happened to Johnny. If they were gonNA start like taking the seriously and start actually acting like it's an investigation so dale set out to find that proof himself. He knew that this might be his only chance as they walked around. Johnny's house what they saw was not the apartment of someone who just like shoved off on a month long vacation. There were like dishes in the sink uncovered food in the fridge but even more telling than that was all of Johnny's luggage all of his toiletries and importantly his passport. Now Dale knows right away like Bingo. This is what I need to get police to finally start looking but before he calls them. There's one more thing that deal wants to see while he's there. He wants to check the parking garage again. He was hoping that maybe his buddy had been back to cover up those bikes but everything was exactly the same as when he saw it last time. Harm Missing Bikes uncovered so again. Dale Calls Edmunds and police and finally finally they file a missing persons report and finally a week after his date with Jen. The search for Johnny officially begins when police start working this case. They're still very much working on the theory that Johnny. Meta girl hit it off and ran away from their perspective. He was a grown man. He'd been emailing his friends updating facebook and they figured that this would be an open and shut case they just needed to find out where Johnny. What's so they start by hitting all the places? You'd look for proof that someone was on a beach vacation. They look for his car at parking lots around the airport they call airlines to see. Johnny had flown in or out the even call customs officials in Costa Rica to see Johnny had been through at all but these first few calls alternative absolutely nothing so okay they start getting a little bit more suspicious and they realized that they need to start making some more calls so they start to call anyone they can find who has any kind of connection to Johnny personal professional in person or online and one by one. They find out that the last time anyone had seen or spoken to. Johnny was Friday October tenth the day of his date with JEN now. Some people had received those emails that we read before and some had seen the status updates on facebook but no one had like a real time conversation with him at any point since that date and this is when police are finally on the same page is deal like maybe there really is something going on here and if he's not on a beach vacation than where the heck is he. These store asking more about the date. Johnny had the weekend before. That was the last time anyone saw or heard from him. Dale tells them about Janis. Hookup date with Jen Jen. The Stranger John from the Internet and police asked Dale for the address and this. Dale tells them like okay. This is the funny thing. She wouldn't give Johnny her address. Just these really convoluted directions to her house that included instructions to go through garage when he got there. So police follow these convoluted directions and end up just as they thought in front of a detached garage it. Has these two big roll up doors. It's kind of run down just an ordinary garage. Nothing standing out about this thing now. They can't just go barging in without a warrant or probable cause so they start talking to neighbors instead and they learned the garage is a part of a rental property. That includes a house as well. The garage in the House are rented separate tenants and neither of those tenants is named general. In fact no one has ever even heard of anyone named Jen. Police probe a little bit more. Start asking who then had been renting the garage and they find out. It's a local guy named mark twitchell. Who's been using the space as a film set? Police reach out to mark by phone and ask him a few basic questions. Do you rent the garage. Do you know anyone named Jen. Did A guy show up unexpectedly last Friday night and like all these questions that we have now? Mark is super cooperative. He answered every single question. He says I've been running the space for a film project that just wrapped. I have no idea who jen is. I don't know anyone by that name and I don't know anything about a missing guy now while they're on the phone with him like they tried to peak in the garage but they can't see anything inside because the windows are all blackout remember. It's a film set so they asked Mark if you would mind if they took a quick look around just to see for themselves that like there's no sign of Johnny. Nothing fishy is going on and mark says yeah for sure like I will head over there right now to let you in. When mark arrives he and the officers walked to the back of the building to get in but I started coaching. The door mark stops cold in his tracks and he points to the padlock on the door and he says this isn't mine. Someone's changed it now. Apparently whoever changed the lock was apparently an idiot? Because according to Steve Lil and Bruins book the islet part of the loch like. That's the part that you loop the lock through was attached to the building from the outside so one of the officers just took out a key or something from his pocket and literally. Just like unscrewed the screws and the islet came off still attached to the locks on the door just like swings wide open now the first thing that police notice when they step inside the garage is the smell hanging in the air. It's smells like something at one point in time had been burned in the garage and the second thing that they notice. Is this huge stainless steel table. Like something you'd see in a butcher shop or something like that now. The only thing on this table is a paper receipt from a hardware store showing someone had bought a bunch of industrial cleaning supplies paper towels rubber gloves industrial solvent and plastic sheeting yet. Totally normal garage stuffy so maybe not super normal for your but mark tells them of the movie he made in. This space was a horror film. One where they had to use a bunch of fake blood like a lot of fake blood so he tells the officers that they use a mix of like corn syrup food coloring on movie sets and it's Super Super Messy. And if you don't clean it up quickly into a really good job that it attracts a bunch of bugs pretty fast. So he says you know. This is what all this is about. I had to clean up this movie set beyond the smell and the receipt. Nothing else in the garage is super suspicious especially considering that it was a film set but they still WanNa get an official statement from Marc. He heads to the station with the police by the Chinese one. On one with an investigator. It's the middle of the night. Three o'clock in the morning but mark is a really good sport about it all. He's friendly confident and forthcoming with all of his answers. Trying to be as helpful as possible now even though it is the middle of the night notices that mark has a ton of energy. He talks about Star Wars Fan films that he's made about the movie industry in general about how he makes his living which he says partly from investors and partly from selling Star Wars Memorabilia on Ebay and he was on to tell the police about his wife named Jess and their eight month old daughter chloe and how they share this home on the outskirts of town like on the surface. This guy seems fine for sure. A little quirky. Yeah but fine. As far as police are concerned he's not a suspect or really even a person of interest. He's just there to answer some questions about his garage as the potential last known whereabouts of a missing person now according to an episode of True Crime Canada one of the lead investigators even watches the tape of the interview back a second time looking for any signs in his body language that maybe mark was being deceptive but he finds nothing no stuttering no hesitation nothing to suggest that he was being anything other than honest and helpful so after a few hours of questioning they thank mark for his time and let him go but there is one thing that the investigators can't get out of their heads. What are the chances that Johnny had gone missing from the exact spot that this guy was making a bloody horror movie like? Maybe it was a huge coincidence but it would turn out to be one of many many coincidences in this case involving mark twitchell. This episode was made possible by thread up. If you've ever looked at your closet and thought have nothing to wear. 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"janis post" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"janis post" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

"Not often that you can watch a video on youtube and then a few months later have the people who are in the video sitting right here in your home studio. It is a really wonderful to bring Jenny Lee and really to the home studio here for the Pike as welcome ladies. Thank you so much for having us. Well we're GONNA talk about this new music video that's releasing next week and thank you for letting us be a part of kind of advertising promoting it but before we get to that. I think there's a lot of folks out there that don't even know what this music video parody were all this and so I want to back up to last year. There is an artist. A name Arianna Guerande. And she came out with a song. Seven rings but there was a tattoo involved in this whole thing. That kind of sparked your idea Jenny for doing the parody. So we'll start there so so fill in the blanks. What what was this blow up about the little tattoo that Arianna grinding. Who's a big big shot star right? I looked it up and she has six hundred forty five million views on her seven rings video but people were focusing on your Tattoo. So talk about that. Ironically we actually came up with this idea. I think maybe a week before the tattoos came. Yes so that's the irony because it does relate to it We're this actually started I heard seven rings A big fan of Arianna Guerande And I would very much love this song and I was Out One night and I was hungry and thinking about green. Barbecue is also a big fan of Korean barbecue man so I was thinking about it and was like you know it'd be really funny if there was a parody of seven rings but about the Korean Barbecue and my thinking was like Oh like each type of meat could be like one of the seven meets are something like that and so I just recently become a part of Asian creative network ACN Which is what you mentioned earlier. A group that had formed from subtle each traits and now as a huge network of a lot of different creatives in the Asian demographic and so I posted their jokingly and it actually started gaining traction And then once. We started collecting a group to commit to making this video We actually came across the Tattoo News and to us it was a sign it was like. Oh we were like how office exactly it was crazy. 'cause we were. We were just talking about Korean barbecue and you know. Her Tattoo came out says small charcoal grill right. And what did she intended to me? She meant it to seven rings but by short four yes exactly so it makes sense but by shortening the actual phrase it ended up meaning something entirely different and so end up being. You know something pretty funny that motivated. Us throughout the project. Because like this to happen. This was a sign. If this isn't assigned that I don't know what is no backing way up. Subtle Asian trades. It's a it's a facebook group. It's not a private thing and it's like blown up. There's a bazillion members on there. But it wasn't really designed from outset for Creative Asians. There's less stem agents out there right and somehow join did I. You know I didn't know what was going on so so talk about how even ECN Jumped out as a sub tribe of subtle Asian traits. How did that happen so I think you know the biggest thing about settled Asian traits when I was added to. I had no idea what was going on. Some some of my Asian friends added me and I was like. Oh I relate to a few of these things and so I think the reason why it emerges because we we all are trying to find common ground and it's not very common for us to have a lot of creative space in our community because it's very It advocated for us to be working in stem fields. A Computer Science and A stereotypical as it is. You know that is what our families do push work because it is successful But there's there's this group that emerged because we long to connect with others. I felt the same way came from space. That was more creative in so Han actually created the group and I had a friend of mine I known prior to any of that at me and it was a surprise but it was so refreshing to see a lot of artists. Come together and start off with everyone. Posting like Hi. I'm so and so here's my art and it was very nice to see that and feel like I kind of belonged in this community. That wasn't very promoted in our culture. Was that a similar story for you. Know is completely different. Me COMING ACROSS JANIS. Post was completely coincidental. I rarely go on. Acn And my friend actually commented on your post. And I don't think I told you this but that's how I came across like your list of who you need and that's one idea mdu but I would have never seen it with. My friend. Didn't comment on your post so before home.

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"janis post" Discussed on Bill and Frank Eat Pop Culture

Bill and Frank Eat Pop Culture

12:29 min | 1 year ago

"janis post" Discussed on Bill and Frank Eat Pop Culture

"Sudden and in the middle of his laugh he turns his head straight towards the wall and slams it down on the metal the top of the metal pipe coming out of the top of the the urinal and just looks at me with this crazy smiles like blood's coming me down his forehead yeah so he took it the hard way we had color that night brother brother the hard way john berger longtime friend john berger writes in bros. My son reminded me that mahershala. Ali was also uncle aaron slash prowler in the animated spiderman into the spider verse. That flick was dope. I had low expectations for it and it crushed in my opinion so thanks for writing in john. I guess that was in a response to <hes> to our episode last week. Where we talked about face foreign mahershala ali become blade. Oh kyle likes plays. My buddy. Kyle plays by the way anybody if you haven't seen me already on cadillacs plays just talking to on youtube. Go check it out. <hes> it was super fun to do. He's a great interviewer. Good dude go check out his channel. Kylie's plays on youtube good stuff and i was super. Super charming is always his question is if i could bring back one famous or historic person to life who would it be and why well i wouldn't bring anybody back to life because i saw season six <music> of buffy the vampire slayer where you know she died at the end of season five fighting fighting glory and then everybody was so distraught and sad that they brought her back for their own selfish reasons in as it turns is out we find out that buffy was happy and at peace she was in heaven and they pulled her out of heaven and she woke up in the ground the klare way out so now i'm upbringing anybody. That's sick shit question. The laughter afterlife at laugh life adam he asks how much of accepted knowledge in the world will be deemed incorrect by twenty. Any fifty is a great question. I'm gonna go with thirty five percents. The next question comes from geeky girls night then at geeky girls and i on twitter if you could eat one cheese for the rest of your life which one would it be. That's easy the sharpest sharp provolone you can find a lot thank you for in writing it so dr tony ortega friend of the show and he hero to humanity writes in who would be the only man and you would have sex with now. This is a trick question because he's trying to put himself over and get me to say him but i'm i'm not gonna say tony. I'm not into the to the but stuff snap my thing and <hes> you know that's where food comes out so i would really not enjoy doing it so if i had to to do it and i was unhappy doing it. I would want whoever i was doing it with to share in my misery and discomfort so therefore the answer is bill. That's all from twitter. Let's go to the school to email please. Anybody ever has a question or anything feel feel free to either hit us up on twitter at b. f. e. pop culture or more through email. Remember email email's almost archaic at this point. We're at eat pop culture at gmail.com would love to hear from you so this one comes from big pete from from glacier bay. Ooh now big pete. I'm a fan of the <hes> laughter life podcast and big pete is a a longtime friend of that show who writes in often so i'm actually i'm very honored to be getting email from big pizzas. A big deal to me. Were were crossing housing over universes. This is <hes> this is a crossover guys. This is crazy. What is your favorite food to eat while watching movies how about reading comic is insulin expensive in p._a. Pete i well. There's a couple of questions here so i'm going to take these one of the time. What is your favorite food to eat while watching movies <hes> i like mike annex thanks or popcorn. How about reading a comic. I won't eat while reading a comic because i can't. I don't want to damage damage the pages at all so before i read comics i wash my hands. I dry my hands and then i wait like fifteen minutes to make sure there's not even any water residue do on my hands and then i read comics so i don't. I'm not going to eat while reading comics. I have masturbated though laureen comics but that wasn't your question is insulin expensive m._p._a. You know you're up in canada with all the the experimental drugs and free health care and i i mean i don't i don't know i'm not i'm not diabetic yet <hes> so i don't know if it's expensive in p._a. I'm lucky enough to have health insurance so i hope i never now but if it's that that important to you i can ask around. I have a couple <hes> couple of diabetic friends. I do that math is is <hes> fairly reasonable around here. Your next e mail comes from this is amazing the dump king from the dump frank. I found an old box of maxim magazine's here at the dump and they all have your name and address on them. Why did you throw these out. Do people still watch wrestling on t._v. 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"janis post" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

11:09 min | 2 years ago

"janis post" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Showing at the ordway theater for performing arts downtown Saint Paul and the show is going to be running February nineteen th through the twenty four so through the weekend. N Nick, thanks for hanging out with us. Hi, it's actually not Nick Adams. It's Nick blame ir. I play Mendel. But there are two Nixon the show. So it's a columnist. I'll totally forgive you. Well, thank you. Thank you. Nick. How are you? Enjoying your first minutes. No. Well, I've heard that before today. Yeah. I know. Thank you it. And honestly, I'm into it. Like, we I'm really enjoying the change of venues across the country and getting to see, you know, these these cities in their in their true blue Saint Paul is so crazy with all the snow Joe my hotel window right now. And it just is it looks like a winter wonderland. You're ready to go make a snow angel. I gotta tell us what this show Falsettoes is about. Okay. So it's it's a masterwork. I gotta say I mean, I didn't write it. So I'm not bragging about myself. But I am bragging about our our writers James the pine and William Finn there to luminaries of the musical theater field and the show was written in nineteen seventy nine which makes it especially Prussian. It's about a man who leaves his wife for another man and that man's wife goes to to therapy because she's. Sort of freaking out about losing her. Her husband and therapist is played by me. And I ended up marrying his ex wife and sort of gray shading myself into this new unconventional looking family and sort of helped raise their their son. Jason who's about to have a bar mitzvah. So it's a pretty it's a pretty unique set of circumstances. Well, you know, you're not supposed to engage in sexual activities with your clients, right? Thankfully, I'm not a therapist in real life. Would anyone want me to be in the show yet? I he is crossing some some lines for sure it sounds like, you know, I was doing some reading about it. And it it was nominated for five twenty awards, including best musical revival. And it sounds like they brought back foul settles and kind of extended the life of the main character weezer, and then they combine the two shows together. And that's kind of what Falsettoes is today. Yeah. So basically, they wrote the first act of the show as a one act they wrote this. I first act of the show that we're doing here in Saint Paul was called March of the falsetto that was written in nineteen seventy nine and then both Williamson and James with Klein went on to do many other incredible things James wrote into the woods and the park with George with Stephen Sondheim, and then nine years after they wrote the first act, they said, you know, I think that these characters have more life in them and in the interim time between. In writing the first one in writing the second one that eventually became the second act the aids crisis had begun. And so the show becomes about. How these how these people deal with this new crisis that hadn't existed in the first act and now suddenly changes the way that they all view family the second act. It sounds like it sounds like a great story. How poignant I mean that they wrote the first act in one thousand nine hundred seventy nine it's really it's really a unique thing usually shows get ridden, you know, in all one one sort of clump. In fact, that there's this perspective on it. Really? You kind of feel the writers getting better at telling the story over the course of the night. I feel it every night, and they're already experts. You know, from the the first words you here. So it's it's a real unique gift, and I think I think both both in terms of what they've done on a macro construction. But also, just you know from sauna song every songs, so brilliant, and funny and clever and heartwarming, and and really, affirming. I think to the fact that, you know, no one no one's really normal. And and no family construction is really all that normal. That is so true. Yeah. That is so many. I love it. The modern family Falsettoes is showing right now through Sunday at the ordway in Saint Paul and like we were talking about that's such a beautiful setting sitting right there. You know, the same towel the great restaurant. I mean that is just a beautiful hold up. What is going to be the bar that you guys hang out? Oh. Okay. You can't tell us tell you that will be at the ordway theater every single night will be signing autographs out to the stage door, you have we have some credible fans. And none of us really expected that we all walked out of the stage door the first night. We were just like it's cold year. And there were people there waiting for us and talk about how the shows affected them. And it's really found a young audience, which is really I think inspiring to to James and Bill especially to us as well. Just that there's this real really incisive smart young people who are finding this music. It's been out there for a long time. But because of the ball day revival. You know, there's really a new attention on rubber honored to be part of that. Like out of a Broadway theater right there. That's that's really is. What's your next? Stop. Nick. After the twin cities to California for two and a half months. We'll be in LA and San Francisco for. Yeah. Hormone. We'll get lack of snow over there. What what a treat. Thank you for being on. Is it blamer to blame? Larry alley Meyer this show is false settles. It sounds fantastic. Yeah. I know. We've got till Sunday. Okay. So ordway. Thank you so much Nick for being with us today. Getting shows Falsettoes take care take care. Bye. Oh my gosh. He's full grown. It does sound so good. And he had such a beautiful voice. I I know somebody went last night and said the songs were amazing. Yeah. It's a really good show. I love it. It's just, you know, no family every family has quirks. And it's it would be a great thing to show people. You know, your kids. Yeah. Absolutely. Okay. So we've got a segue now back to Hollywood. Okay. Since Nick and the set is heading that way. Let's turn our attention back to LA and last night. It was the costume designers award. So Janis posted as a separate low Jay post of all the fashion. Now, Glenn Close got the spotlight award for what? Well, she's kept all of her fashion from her movies since the beginning of her career there are seven hundred visas and there at Indiana University. And in in an interview last year, she said costumes are part of putting a character together. A great costume designer is just as important to me as a director. Wow. And she looked back. Bad ass in LeBron's maxmara suit with a loose tuxedo jacket. Yeah. And I will say I think her costumes for the wife were perfect for. Character for her character, both her younger south, and then who she became the lady with the schol. That is a real life daughter. Yeah. I know. So anyway, so she got that. So that's kind of a cool thing. You know, what she said she was honored getting that last Saint and she said, she recalled her one and only Connor with Karl Lagerfeld. We're talking about him yesterday. I'm sure I'm not deep into the world of fashion. Glenn Close says, but I did meet him personally on the set of one hundred and one dollars, and we had this incredible photo shoot. He was wonderful. I got along really well with them. And the thing that I find so impressive is that he designed himself, you know, person with a high high collars dark glasses the gloves. It was like. Wow. That's really cool. It was his image. Was he one of his greatest collections after all? She said, I think it was. I know. Paulsen? More Schnell probably know mosh, it was sort of a quilt like dress that she was swimming in and she did something goofy with her hair. Oh my gosh. And it's a very lake just I'm sure they said with this quilted big dress this sort of goofy tight hairdo. Any real cigarettes? And then the other one what was the one that's the the satin shower curtain with a lace Dory. Lee with just a sheer child bad. I don't know who that was. But yes, it was a shower curtain with a smock turn backwards see-through. It was kind of interesting. Interesting Laurie walkout. Crazy Asians one which I'm glad for contemporary movie 'cause customizing I watched a little bit of that on the plane again, and so vivid stole amazing. I loved it. So that one the favorite one for a period film. Sure sci-fi excellence and sci-fi went to Black Panther. Which was great. Were great great excellence in contemporary television, went for the to the assassination of Johnny American crime stories. So that was that was about fashion. Yeah. It really was. That was so good the excellence in period television, surprise miss Mazel that when they did. That's what one MRs Mazel, they call it period television. Okay. So Donna's cow scout one for that. And then Westworld one for sci-fi fantasy TV they call them excellence in award. So that happened and African American woman with the shower curtain. I know why you don't know her name is cynical Martin green. She is on CBS is all access Star Trek series. Maybe that is a star Trekkie outfit. Well, Marissa's Tomei. And Judith light were in green. We he does because he's got a crush venue to fight as do we going all the way back to Karen walls on one life to is. They're both wearing green versatile. Tomi looks amazing, and it is a wonderfully eighties dress. I'm sorry. But she looks amazing those sleeves member. Do you guys? Remember, the puffy sleeves that were puffy mountaintops leave all the bridal gowns had them in the eighties. I Princess, Diana. Just looks good the whole just Jerry very beautiful. She looks amazing ju- deflate Halle Berry. Actually, we're kind of a wild looking gold thing. Anyway, it's kind of fun to look at those custody sign, and I like knowing that about Glenn Close. I do too. Yeah. All right. Listen, we come back. What is going to happen with the cat who I've heard the cat called pet. Shoe pay. Okay. We'll be right back. Hey, it's chase launched.

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"janis post" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"janis post" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Start untying today invasive. So anyway, if your kids are trying to punk you. That's kind of going around today. Danni has posted. I don't know how I feel about wearing lit up little mini lights in a beard, but for your man who has everything there are many lights festival. Yup. Maybe I should get some for case. Men. Ask a beard. I was like what's going on? Does that? I know that means he's going to be Santa Claus Laurie. Is that what you're talking about? He's got so much black hair in the gray. It's multicolored multicolored kinda outlined. Yeah. I think I think it was just a vacation thing at least I'm hoping. Okay. I'm going to ask him if I'm breathing enough tonight vast and basically right now if we don't ask them to someone else. Well, because it looks like it's kind of outlined on the top. Yes. The line of darker here because when beards grow, and they're funny colors, Casey has black eyebrows. But his hair is become like, I was looking through Vanity Fair. And I go Casey, what are you doing in? This ad is George Clooney and has sued in a movie theater. Drinking in her with a beard and same color iron, kind of gray hair. Oh, I mean, George what are you doing this ad? Oh, gosh. What a way to build up your man's Ligo, darling. Taking pictures of you. And you look like George Clooney. Okay. Last year. I never I don't know that we talked about it. But we probably did, you know, how Orioles are all the different flavors of they've all the different players. Now. Are they doing meant what they're doing is candy canes. Common. Oreo flavor. So there candy canes. But they're Oreo flavored they started last year. I think people like them. I don't care. I'd like a candy cane is a worthless thing. It looks good on it. Other trade, it looks cool. Amidst in kind of sprinkled on the top of a cupcake or a little cookie, but in a cocktail for hanging on a tree or used as an ornament. Yeah. No kid, the only can Kanai ever truly whatever the giant giant. Barry. Yeah. Okay. Why hasn't someone thought of this before now because back when we were growing up with our Barbies, we put relied makeup on them. And that you couldn't get off their rubber faces the Barbie dolls. I didn't do that. Well, now, they've got little literally Barbie makeup. So I bet when you put it on Barbie to wipe out the of press on little nails who would have the patience to put on those little fingers and a little Barbie. Can't even keep track of the shoes. Now, the shoe live arteries never had a match perish shoes in their lives. Now, they have purple lipsticks it has really different nail polish clever marketing, I think so too. So if you wanna go Janis posted these and. I think he can wear the stuff to. I'm sure that's rich bubblegum pop. Cuticle oil comes with your Barbie staff. Andrew Zimmer has opened his new restaurant in St Louis park. It opens today, it's called lucky cricket, and it's Chinese Tiki mash up and his favorite food in olive, his bizarre foods and everything is an he loves Chinese. Yeah. So he wanted to do that. It's in the West End. And good spot for her. It sounds good. I can't understand how to pronounce any of it. But. Really the menu items. He's a self-described, Chinese takeout lunatics. So as menus inspire is inspired by his travels across China and dinners from his youth the menu spans, the vast country's culinary regions one tons and session. Chilly Shan style hand torn noodles and spicy Kumon. Lamb. Addition, Hong Kong waffles with Shanghai fried chicken. Oh. Popular place. I could go through some hot and sour soup rate now since Karen, okay? Sorry patch kids cereal. I love this movie. Think this'll go over does that sound terrible. Okay. What are they gonna be like lucky charm like that? I don't know. But they're gonna I feel it's going to be more. Like, what are the hoops fruit? Loops but they're going to be sour patch. Oh. Cabbage patch? I call them sour pack. No you call them cabbage. Patch cereal. That's set aside. Is like cabbage patch dolls? I mean who wants the patch doll. No, it's our pads. Okay. That's serial a different color. These are going to go over major major because my kids love this hour, a on December twenty six at WalMart and then white release in June. But I think this so just go crazy. Yeah. Where the year where do the toxic? Right around for a long time toxic that I read anymore about it. Okay. I'm gonna tell you something happy. Here. It is. Wait for this smile. The what this is from from Esquire magazine it made me laugh, okay? The smile is a facial expression. Someone makes that lets you know, they haven't had their Bo tax. I'm done lately it typically indicates happiness one of the many human emotions experience only.

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"janis post" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

07:52 min | 2 years ago

"janis post" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Grabby. He was so happy laissez because we didn't miss a game. Oh, yeah. There's been a trend. What's the torrential? Our quarterback doesn't seem to be able to throw to an open receiver. Oh, dear. But. Know is the holy grail. Dollars worth being in bad. If they couldn't afford to pay him. How's how's Adrian Peterson? I'm not watching. Here's here's my advice. I talked to so many people today who are so distraught over the Vikings that I felt like you Lori because last night when I saw it was going down the wrong path at fifty I was maybe eight minutes into it could already see what was going on. Now lander. No, I turned to a movie that I forget about that. Just it makes me so happy in its with Amy Adams. And Matthew good goody? Oh, and Adam Scott called leap year has any of you ever. You've seen that movie haven't you? I don't know that I have. Oh, it's the cutest movie. Have you really not seen that movie? Don't know that they have more a time. I love all three of those people. It's just such a cute movie. It is such a cute movie. Yeah. Why we? I I couldn't have been happier. We got home guide cleared customs. We've got a home at like seven Claude. He's he's like all excited for the game. I'm like I'm going to go upstairs and watched finale of you on lifetime haven't seen it yet. And then watch like two episodes behind an outlander. So my yeah. And so I and then I just thought no anyway. Because it doesn't give you it didn't. I know I'm a fan. I just thought I'm not going to do that to myself. I am beautiful Sunday nine kidding. And I know after Alps is open. Yes. Snowlake greasy going skiing most been called for a while here. And making it at Spearman what is trending, but is Turkey tax. And what this is is college age students are texting their parents to say mom, dad. I bought a twenty five pound Turkey. And I I'm cooking it in the microwave. How long do I need to cook it for now they came in here to film us? I'd already heard about this Laurie. Didn't she's like, why would you cook a Turkey? I couldn't even fit into my start untying today. So if your kids are trying to punk you. That's kind of going around today. Danni has posted. I don't know how I feel about wearing lit up little mini lights in a beard. But for your man who has everything there are many lights festival. Yeah. Maybe I should get some for case. So that's. Ask a beard. I was like what's going on is that I know that means he's going to be Santa Claus Laurie. Is that what you're talking about? He's got so much black hair in the gray colored multicolored outlined. Yeah. I think I think it was just a vacation thing at least I'm hoping. Okay. I'm gonna ask him if I'm brave enough tonight Vasan basically right now, if we don't ask them someone else. Well, because it looks like it's kind of outlined on the top. Yes. The line of darker because when beards grow in their funny colors, Casey has black eyebrows. But his hair has become like, I was looking through Vanity Fair. And I go Casey, what are you doing in? This ad is George Clooney in a sued in a movie theater, drinking and Espresso with a beard and same color iron kind of gray hair. Oh, I mean, George what are you doing the saddle gosh, what a way to build up your man's Ligo, darling. I know taking pictures of you, and you look like George Clooney. Okay. Last year. I'd never I don't know that we talked about it. But we probably did. You know, how Orioles are all the different flavors of all the different players. Now. Are they doing meant what they're doing is candy canes. Common. Oreo flavor. So there candy canes. But they're Oreo flavor. Started last year. I think people like them. I don't care. I'd like a candy cane is a worthless thing. It looks good on it. It looks good. Kind of sprinkled on top of a cupcake or a little cookie, but the cocktail hanging on a tree or uses an ornament. Yeah. No kid. The only can Kanai ever truly whatever thick giants. The one is around. Yeah. Okay. Why hasn't someone thought of this before now because back when we were growing up with our Barbies, we've put relied makeup on them that you couldn't get off their rubber face the Barbie dolls. I didn't do that. Oh, well now, they've got little literally Barbie makeup. So I bet when you put it on Barbie. It'll white ball. They have press on little nails who would have the patience to put those little fingers and a little farther. You can't even keep track of the shoes. No, the shoe Barbies never had a match bear issues in their lives. Now, they're purple lipsticks. It has really different nail polish clever marketing, I think so too. So if you wanna go Janis posted these and. I think you can wear the stuff to. I'm sure that's rich bubblegum pop. Cuticle Oreo comes with your Barbie staff. Andrew Zimmer is operatives new restaurant in St Louis park. It opens today it's called lucky. Cricket and its trainees Tiki mash up and his favorite food in olive, his bizarre and everything is then he loves Chinese. Yeah. So he wanted to do that. It's in the West End. Good spot for. It sounds good. I can't understand how to pronounce any of it. But. Really the menu items. He's a self-described, Chinese takeout lunatics. So as menus inspite is inspired by his travels across China and dinners from his youth the menu spans, the vast country's culinary regions one tons and session. Chili oil chan- style hand tore noodles and spicy Kumon lamb dish of Hong Kong waffles was Shanghai fried chicken. Oh. Doesn't it? Going to be a popular place. I can go through some hot and sour soup right now. Sounds good. Okay. Sarah pitch kids cereal. I love this this go over does that sound terrible. What are they gonna be like lucky charm like that? I don't know. But they're gonna I feel it's going to be more. Like, what are the hoops fruit? Loops but they're going to be sour patch. Oh. Cabbage patch? I call them sour, Pat. No, you call them cabbage patch cereal. That's our. Yeah. Is like cabbage patch dolls? I mean who wants the patch doll. No. It's our our patch. Okay. That's a serial a different color. These are going to go over major major as my kids. Love the sour a on December twenty six at WalMart and then wider release in June. But I think this just go crazy. Yeah. Where did the year where do the your toxic veteran for a long time toxic that I'm not gonna read anymore bought it? Okay. But I'm gonna tell you something happy. Here. It is. Wait for this smile. The what this is from from Esquire magazine it made me laugh, okay? The smile is a facial expression. Someone makes that lets you know, they haven't had their bow tax. I'm done lately it typically indicates happiness one of the many human emotions experience only.

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"janis post" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

06:41 min | 2 years ago

"janis post" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"The stimulation The morning ritual On. A busy Friday we'll get back to The plop plop to, oh, seven on the reaction from the socialists obviously maneuvered this. Thing on the ballots And also to the ugly words of Ruben guy go now, threatening violence to ice agents ladies and gentlemen, just, the latest threat to Trump cabinet And some of the agencies are now you've got big, Ruben there and of course he's backing off his comments after threatening violence against ice agents, I wanna go, back to McCain for a second though So speakers Janis post by the way don't think by any means he's. Complicity in this phony dossier is gonna go bye bye The conservative, press is not going to allow it now of course journalists the enemy of. This. Country Everything is. Conspiracy theory body Muller tells him. So by the way, the notion of Bob Muller as doesn't leaking so laughable that nothing is coming nobody. Can read Bob Ma all virtually all their information. Is, coming from, like Brennan or that Lanny Davis And most of, it comes from Muller's office and the nitwits the investigators he has on this investigation McCain is involved And we talked about the way back McCain is a guy who handed the dossier To the FBI so McCain's Hanes dirty on this thing at some point No matter how they try the truth will come out ladies, and gentlemen and I don't know how big a part. Of, the. News but. We. Know this, McCain. Hates Trump Trump. Hates McKay okay fine no problem okay Trump said horrible things about McCain service McCain has the only time he ever said anything nice about. Donald Trump is when he was begging him for money No love lost here so No problem for McCain he is. Involved in this dossier handoff he's involved in his somehow how, big of a. Party I I don't. Know But. He's definitely involved now back to the. Enemy of America list showing that this is not about loving, McCain is about Hating trump Let's go to an interview, with Lindsey Graham on, with, savannah gut check I don't even know who. The cell the buffoons okay frankly. Look sorry I. Don't know their names they're all. The same to me they're all journalists they're all enemy of. The country if I don't know their, specific names on some, of them I don't care to take, the time nor do I have any, respect for. Them. To, worry, about. It because I really don't. Care so Lindsey Graham was on. With the Sedona. Gut chalk whoever this other dope. Is it's the second question other interview question ladies and gentlemen Whoever this guy is the question I want to go to obvious there's no love lost. Between Senator McCain in this. President he wasn't invited. To his the president is war service said he rose delegated capsule And then there. Was the back-and-forth yesterday with. The raising of the. Flags the lowering of the flag Twit all as, as John McCain's good for Affiliate but as as as good for The, president, United, States. Seem the sliding blah. Blah blah blah a second question ladies you could even get, three questions about his legacy right Right to Donald Trump this, is another opportunity for the, enemy, of, America, journalist. To get those shots. In on Trump it's not working but token Tinu on But this is proof. Well we get, more from this interview I get were as many, questions about Trump in. These, five meats and I'm sparing you Having to listen to the entire five minutes by the way I had the center this stuff Were, more questions about Trump they were about McCain these people don't like McCain as I already said and others, have said They wrap their arms around, McCain when he's bucking his own party when a liberal bucks. His own party it's by by, whatever happened. To Joe Lieberman Evan by just the name to see. So, gentlest the enemy if you buck your own party you go and if you're. A Republican who. Bucks their own party well we're going to wrap our arms around. You just more deceit. From these people they are, fooling nobody except for the dumbest in society But I'll. Give, you more view is all about Trump inside about became time to talk with. Fox News on. AM seven ninety Tucson's most stimulating talk FOX News Radio I'm Chris foster a funeral for Aretha Franklin is just getting started in Detroit Duke fakir is a singer with the four tops She's left now Spirit To be able to fear Going to. Be hard river very close this is scheduled, to last until three PM but they're already way behind speakers, or to, include former President Bill Clinton and, Stevie Wonder among the performers at least seven people were killed in a. Bus accident in New Mexico a big rig hit the greyhound bus head on along. Interstate forty, near the Arizona border police say, the truck blew a tire sending the rig across the. Median and into oncoming traffic the bus was travelling from Albuquerque to Phoenix at the. Time of the accident boxes Jonathan hunt several passengers on that. Bus and the. Truck driver Burt.

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