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New Jersey 101.5

06:11 min | 2 months ago

"jeff tyminski" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"I'm Jeff Tyminski. Doyle. Get on that radio and I'm Bill Doyle. Man. That was kind of, uh, that's kind of crazy news on the traffic that now I mean, this is for me personally, because many years ago I lived in Ocean City. And a plane was having an emergency. A small plane landed on the ninth Street Bridge that connects Ocean City two summers point crazy, and that's the bridge that I took every single day, multiple times a day because I worked at a station in Linwood license to Atlantic City, and what's Linwood close to Somers point right there. Yeah, like you like you crossed over the ninth Street Bridge. You go into Somers point, and then you go ahead north like into Linwood. Okay? I think I think it actually borders but God has been years. But it's just so weird. How a story like that. And it brings back like so much of the visual like I can still see it almost perfectly. The one thing I can't remember I can't remember if it was separated by like I'm like a concrete barrier or not, You know, like the East West. I can't remember that. But man, like as far as the bridge itself, like I know there's like a good About a good mile long stretch of that ninth Street bridge. That is pretty much a perfect almost a perfect straight away. We should be perfect to land the plane on if you're in trouble, But yeah, they're saying it's like balancing up traffic now. I guess so. Yeah. Is that cool? Was the liquor store at the end of that bridge? I've talked fondly of this place before. Have I not? Yes. Yeah, by taking the bridge out of Ocean City, because I wasn't It is a dry town. So So now you're getting why I said multiple times a day. Well, I mean, like I would go. I would go to work. And then come home. And then if I forgot, like, you know, uh, I thought I had a six pack. I don't have anything. Do I want something that back across the bridge? Yeah, You'd have to go out of town, and it's called. I think it's still there. It's called Circle Liquors. And it was like right there in a big circle as soon as you get off the ninth Street Bridge. Maybe that's where the pilot was trying to get to man after harrowing incident, I don't know. And, uh, I always thought, Man. What a what a money. Just what a windfall I mean, that must have been a goldmine there because, like, right next door to a dry town that gets packed in the summer, it gets packed in the summer. Exactly. Oh, what a windfall man. Then again, Ocean City. Such a nice town. Maybe people who drink dump summer there. Oh, Bill they do. Trust me. That's also that's the only time I ever lived in a short town that one solid year and I told you that was the summer that I experienced. What People experience their whole lives. If they live there where the tourists come in, even though it's a dry town, you wake up. There's empty Jack bottles all over your lawn. There's all over your lawn. There's all kinds of stuff all over somebody stealing your parking spot. Constantly. Yeah. So, Yeah, it's a dry town, but they find a way anyway, Our phone number is 1 802 831. Oh 1.5. There's a lot to get to today. You know what I wanted to ask, though, was Just kind of keeping it casual. Whatever part of New Jersey you were in on Saturday when those storms were coming through. What did you experience? Simple as that. Did you have a tree? Come down on your property. I'm like I'm I'm just given examples because I'm saying like I'd be interested in anything. It doesn't have to be that dramatic, But did you get a couple of inches of water in your basement? I know some people who have had that happened, Um Did you get like? Were you on the road and you had to drive through some fairly high water? You were not sure if you were going to make it or not my county of 100 County where I live now. It got rocked. And I mean so didn't new work. It's not like I own the storm or anything. Mercer County got hit really hard. Um, but I was looking at one chart. Unless this changed. I was looking at this yesterday. And it looked like Flemington rarin Township. When they stacked. How much rain towns got. We were at the top for a change. It was literally more than half a foot of rain one day in one day, right in less than one day. Really. That's uh, that's according to this one chart I saw and I'm telling you, Bill, I could believe it. And I was waiting to see if my basement was gonna flood. It did not. And if my basement didn't flood from that, it's never going to fly. That's gonna be reassuring. Yeah, yeah, because there's like, uh, There's like a pit. For a sump pump every but no sump pump, but there's no sump pump. Right. There's a pit for it. Yeah, as one of those weird things when you're looking at a house, you know, it's like, Well, why? Well, we never once needed one. We were here for over 15 years, like, Okay, Well, this is apparently the most rain I think they ever got in that town. I think I read that. So, Yeah, I don't think it's ever gonna lie. I think it's every on the flood, but yeah, man, Um Right at the end of my street. Um, like half a mile from my house. I hear there was like the water was so deep and how deep was it? Well, it was a suit. I I I didn't even realize that this one little corner like you go to the end of my street. Make a right and then almost like an immediate right. That second, right? I never even realized it was like, you know, low lying spot. I couldn't tell. But apparently it is because people in my neighborhood they were saying, like the water. It was like halfway up people's car doors. I mean, I guess if you had probably a lower car on mine, it would probably been like over the tires and an SUV. But I mean, it was like flooded out. And there were a lot of areas I know two Oh 22 of the three lanes. On 202 What was at West But whatever, Um Completely underwater. There were a lot of spots around town that we're just flooded out, man. So I just was wondering no matter where you were on Saturday during the storm if your area got hit What was your experience with it? What did.

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"jeff tyminski" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

04:28 min | 2 months ago

"jeff tyminski" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"I'm Jeff Tyminski. I'm Bill Doyle. Okay, This has been floating around for a couple of days. Now, this is the first we're actually talking about this on the show, because, frankly, the only way that I see to talk about this is to kind of make this a free for all pretty much anything anybody wants to say. If you found the video, we're about to play a clip of just funny about the two women. That we're not even going at it. The one woman was freaking out of the short Hills Mall. If you want to talk anything serious about the police response to this because the black woman was saying that they think Uh, that that that she thinks they were not removing the white woman because she was white. And because you know, the complainant was black, But here's what happened. Couple days ago last weekend at the Mall at Short Hills. This was inside of Victoria's secret. And there is a black woman and a white woman among all the other customers and and workers and story has it. That the dispute started simply because the black woman at one point, I guess worried about Covid Ask the other woman, the white woman to please stay six ft, away from her. Apparently, she felt like she was being crowded or something like that, Okay. That that according to police, is what started this, according to a police incident report. Now there is this video that has gone viral. If you already saw it and know what we're talking about. Feel free to call and just give any thought you have on this matter at 1 800 to 831 Oh 1.5. If you have not seen it, I'll try to my best to describe it, and we'll play about a one minute clip of the audio. The woman, the black lady at some point because apparently She feels that the white woman is getting in her face is apparently offended because the woman was worried about her standing so close, I guess. And she pulls out her phone to simply record Now. To my ears and you guys can jump in at any time You want here to my ears, listening to the black lady kind of narrate why she's doing it and what's happening. She never sounds anything more than kind of perplexed. As to why this white woman Is so agitated and high strung, She reacts pretty strongly. The white woman. Oh, yeah. And the video, the full length video. You absolutely do see that The white woman appears to Charge. The black woman because she's coming like right into the camera raises her hand and it looks like she's either going to hit the woman or swipe at her phone. But she never does hit her. And the black woman never tells the cops that she just simply says she's lunging at me, but she never claims that she got hit. That doesn't appear that she was ever lying to police, you know, in any way, shape or form And Then she keeps recording because at this point, she's so freaked out early, she says, by the white woman that she felt she says she feels threatened because, like the whole thing was nutty. And the name Karen, of course, comes in. You know that nickname for any white woman who wants to see the manager, right? Yeah. Many, many media outlets, including this one, they started using you know, like Karen at the Short Hill Mall. And at one bizarro point did you see long enough in the video to see where the white woman Slowly lays down on the floor, but then seems to fake as if she passed out. Yes. She's faking it. Clearly, it looks like it. And then she just lays there and then eventually gets back up and start screaming again. And listen. We're going to play you. This is just one minute's worth. Okay, We may jump on here, you know, over top of it. This is not the beginning of the video. It's certainly not the end of the video. But I think this is a good example of how crazed this white woman is sounding and to my ears. How reasonable this black lady who was holding the phone recording is sounding take a listen. You keep lying, saying I'm threatening you. So I'm recording to protect myself..

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"jeff tyminski" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

05:56 min | 4 months ago

"jeff tyminski" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Nine with Tyminski and Doyle on Bill Doyle and I'm Jeff Tyminski. Phone numbers 1 802 831. Oh 1.5 Some of the things we're gonna be talking about. Still to come. The FAA the FAA is suggesting airlines start weighing passengers like they do baggage. Wow, to get this is not a joke. This was raised in an FAA advisory circular. Uh, that that they think that they should do this so they could start getting more accurate, You know, fuel information. And can you imagine the backlash? We're gonna talk about that later, because Oh, my God, This is America, Man. People won't take that. Well. Oh, yeah, It's amazing how many of us are overweight in America? And yet how many of us Are so sensitive and we act as if No one can tell. You know, it's like they know, folks, Okay, they know doesn't really matter if you get weighed, but that's what's being talked about. Um, Also, at some point, I have to tell you, um I think she's mad about it. Because I I just laughed about it. I think she I think she called me looking for a sympathetic ear and I just busted out laughing. An animal. Was in my wife's car, most of her drive to work. She didn't know it. Oh, so it wasn't distracting her? Oh, it Woz, And then she finally realized what was distracting her. There were noises. I'll tell you the whole thing later. She eventually sees it, and it was definitely an animal in her car that rode with her for like a quarter of an hour, and she was so traumatized by this bill. She tells me And I'm just like I'm just laughing Nice. Yeah, I was. I had zero sympathy. It called the wrong person, man. Anyway. All that will get too But there's a story about this woman. Who got busted thistles. All, according to authorities of 33 year old woman used the Instant Messenger Service Telegram. To sell more than $700,000 in counterfeit coupons. Wow! That's a lot of money. A lot of the people live in New Jersey. That's why this is making New Jersey news, okay. Her real name is tongue lower. But she went by the name Mandy Car. And she's charged with a couple of counts of mail fraud. Um Laure sold the fake Catalina coupons. They're called two people who were part of this invitation on Lee Internet Group on Telegram. And anyway long story short. They were falsely coded. They were printed on the wrong kind of paper because apparently the real deal. Catalina coupons uses some sort of proprietary paper and Many, many, many stores did not catch it, but where they caught. It was When the store then tries to redeem it. You know, because you give it to the store. You get the deal from the store. But then the store turns it over to the actual manufacturers to get, you know, compensated and that's when they caught it. And so it was the stores that we're all getting screwed out of money, not so much the individual people in New Jersey but the stores were and there were thousands and thousands and thousands of people. That we're using these things and they probably didn't even realize it Unless they see this news story. They're probably just going to always believe that they were using legitimate coupons because the stories took them, But I saw that story and I thought, you know what we have not talked about in a long time. And there's more than just counterfeit money that you could talk about his counterfeit anything like like this counterfeit coupons, counterfeit concert tickets. You know the fake concert tickets that you gotta watch out for all those things counterfeit goods. Or counterfeit goods. Even Yeah. What if you're What you mean like where they're actually selling you Something not to impress people with a misspelling of the name, but like they're trying to sell you something with the Gucci name, but it's not really Gucci. Absolutely. Yep. Yep. Things like that. My wife had a fake Dooney and Bourke purse. Did. She knows fake when she got it? He did. Oh, she did. Okay, so it wasn't like they were selling it to were? No. Yeah, I got you. You have to imagine that, though, that they're trying to sell some high end thing for like a, You know, mid level price, and then you find out No, it's a low level piece of crap. So we want to. We want to hear your stories about counterfeit anything. I assume most of this is gonna be counterfeit money, though. Like if you ever if you ever had it happen to you. What would you do? I understand what you're supposed to do, but I would. I would think most people just never want to take the loss, even if it's only like Even if it's only like a fake 20. I bet you most people are probably just going toe unless it got confiscated from them if they were left with it. I bet you most people are just going to go to another store and try to see if they would take it. I think I might do that. I know it's wrong. 20 bucks. 20 bucks. I didn't do anything wrong, right? I didn't make the counterfeit. I just transacted some business. Yeah, and it's got to be really frustrated because I know a lot of people have gone straight from a bank to a store and they got this money from a bank which is supposed to know better Tell her hands them, you know, say 10 twenties..

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"jeff tyminski" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:16 min | 5 months ago

"jeff tyminski" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"With the Minsky and the Doyle on Bill Doyle and I'm Jeff Tyminski. Couple of things we're gonna talk about later on. There's this woman from Passaic County. She was She was using a belt on a kid and another older woman intervene on when she went after her, apparently, and this is all just alleged by the Passaic County prosecutor's office. But, yeah, use this belt repeatedly enough to cause visible injury. So she's she's facing charges for this and other things. We'll talk about that later on and the way people discipline kids because some people still feel that's fine. You know, some people still feel it. You see this Facebook posts where they will literally put out the implements like the belt, the brush the paddle this and then it'll last. You know, which one did your parents who's like? Oh, okay. It's like a serial killer posters of them anyway. We'll talk about that later on, also in the five o'clock hour, right after the five o'clock news, so roughly about 10 minutes after five The Republican challenger. Who hopes to be anyway. The challenger come fall. Jack should Ereli trying to take down Phil Murphy, and many would want him to because many, many, many people are set up with what should or Ellie says he's fed up with, and he's introduced the reopening plan. He's also calling for Murphy to stop using so many executive orders to work more with Legislature. You've been hearing about this and Erin's news. We want to talk about that with Jax literally coming up live in the five o'clock hour. In the meantime, you know how You know how Sometimes you get really, really cool stories. We want to try that again about people who use these didna services like a 23 and me and where people I mean, sometimes it's not that earth shattering. Sometimes it's simply that. Hey, I had no idea that I was part Hispanic. I'm part Latino. I had no idea. You know things like that. Could be fascinating enough. But more and more people are finding out. Some shocking family secrets. Because of things like 23 may And If it's.

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New Jersey 101.5

06:40 min | 6 months ago

"jeff tyminski" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"4 12, and we're dnd on Jeff Tyminski Hand on Bill Doyle. Okay, I wrote something. And this is about a guy that you will know. Even if you don't follow baseball. You will remember this if I explain it. Go back if you're old enough, 1998 Anybody remember the Toms River Little League team that went all the way in the little League world. Syriza's the Beast from the East and it was exciting man. It was it was thrilling. It was like such a cool team. And Todd Frazier was a standout on that team. All the kids were great, but Todd Frazier was amazing. And of course, he went on to Rutgers, and he played ball there, and he ends up and MLB player right and he's bounced around. He was he was on the Yankees for a bit. He was on the Mets for a little while longer, and he's been all over the place. And he's 35 years old now, So this is a jersey guy. Okay? He's a jersey guy. Now we're not talking about sports. We're actually going to talk about pizza, and you're wondering. Wait. What? What just happened? Here's what one of his teammates. He's with the pirates now, okay? And one of his teammates. A guy named Cold Tucker utility player He is being interviewed on MLB radio. Mm Emily Network radio on Sirius XM. And they ended up asking him about Todd Frazier. Um, you know, because he's new with the team and what's you like in the, you know? Uh, you know, to be around, and so he does basically call Tucker does like an impression of Todd Frazier and says all Todd Frazier will ever talk about his pizza. And you're always saying how. Oh, man, You don't know if you're not from Jersey If it's not from Jersey is not real pizza. Pizza, Pizza pizza, Okay? So that's one thing, But then they put this out. MLB network puts this out on Twitter. And Todd Frazier himself sees it, and then he responds, and his response is the crux of what we want to get out here, he says. Ha ha ha! My man. It's he goes to all caps, pie, not pizza. Get it right. Never alone. It's not called pie. It's not called pie. I'm sorry. And I thought there's an adjective before thinking Toby Pie like a tomato pies. Cheese pie. Cases. Say cheese pizza. You could sure That would make it better. In fact, I even when I'm writing this, I even said if you must work pie in, work it in, but at least it pizza in front of it. It's super Phyllis. You don't need it. But if it if you got to say pie It's a pizza popper. Pizza pie, right and see. Okay, what You just did. What? What you just did is exactly my point. I think the only people saying pie it's like your great great uncle. Just happy, and he's like a little bit out here. But no doubt it is the piece of pie. That's the only person who actually calls it a pie other than this 35 year old Todd Frazier and I love Todd Frazier, but I can't believe he took this. Take You think people at pizzerias, Colin Pies? You got the six pies ready? I don't know. But you know what, man? There's all kinds of workplace jargon that the regular public doesn't use. You know what I mean? I do. We'll call them spots. People are gonna say Hey, what was that commercial? You know, right, right. We'll call it dead air. They'll say, Hey, they'll say, Hey, what was that painful gap, you know, talking and so workplace jargon, right? So I was curious about this. And of course I did. My own silly rant on this whole thing was even looking up definite over and I went like I went whole hog on this thing, but at the end of it, if anybody wants to look for this I put a poll question I explained, Todd Frazier says. We're saying it all wrong that he says it's pie, not pizza. What do you call this? Obviously, the only two choices either pizza or pie? Where I last looked at this, actually. Let me just refresh this and see that today. The Tonto, Okay? Pizza has 90% of the vote 90%. And pie is obviously attempt. Uh, so yeah, I don't know who these people are calling it by. But Dude, you're speaking for all the New Jersey and we just want to ask a silly It's this is but hey, it's Jersey station. Somebody's got to offer the counter viewpoint here. What do you call it? Is it pizza? Or is it pie? You know one thing you pointed out Todd Frazier. He's 35 years old. He's getting kind of on the older end of it, but he's a millennial. I'm surprised he's not going with Zob by now, huh? That's what millennia. Yes, but that's what Millennials do. You know, I'm surprised. He's all right. I'd go with pie overs. Ah. Okay. I would hate to say SOB because I feel like I'm trying to sound cool. But I would still go with Sol over pie like all pizzas, their pies, but not all Peyser pizzas. So I I just have ah, less of an issue saying pie then that would things. Ah, I was just feel silly. Sayings are Ah, yes, Ze Granted, It's unnecessary. All right, So we're doing an hour on pizza. We're probably going to expand it from here. But at least to start what the heck do you call this item? 1 802 831 on 1.5 Joe and has let your own New Jersey one of 1.5. A dandy. Great to talk to guys always great to listen to guys. Guys make the day go by. Good and in the afternoon. Thank you. Thanks. Yes. So when I was little, I'm 41 now. But as I could recall my grandfather my pop pop to call them. Well, he always used to call it. I'm going to get the tomato pie. Well, yeah, but that's because he was old. What do you call him, Joe? I call I call pizza. We're gonna have teacher tonight. I mean, that's that's typically I would say that's gonna be your average call. I would imagine today saying pizza. It is online 90%. Yeah, That's what I mean. I don't see it. Other than that, but tomato pie cheese pie. I mean, the pie to me is tough because I I think it's like dessert or like I mean, you could go Shepherd's pie, but that's thick. So we're not in Chicago..

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New Jersey 101.5

06:33 min | 6 months ago

"jeff tyminski" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Devinsky and Doyle on Bill Doyle. And I'm Jeff Tyminski. A real quick he's Did you see the big flap about Vladimir Putin and Joe Biden about how Joe Biden was asked? What do you think that Vladimir Putin is a killer? And he says, Yes, I do. And so Russia's really reacting for that, Biden, the president, United States was calling him a killer. And, you know, Putin and Russia are saying, you know, like how relations now we're so strained because of this, blah, blah, blah. But then in this weird moment, this is this is why I'm bringing it up. His own press conference. Vladimir Putin and Russia wished Biden Good health. What does that mean? That I'm gonna poison him to exactly see exactly which is clearly what that question to Biden was a mouth and I clearly think he's right. It was like, Yeah, I've official good health, right. Taste your food exactly Exactly like whoa. The intrigue. Okay, I did something that was Rather fun today. It was a good feeling. I? Yes, I wrote a check. E don't always pay by check, but because it was the last one I wanted to I I sent off the sun off the final payment for my car. What a great feeling. That is, right. I know liberation. Yeah, yeah. I mean, I know it's not a big deal Anybody else But, you know anybody remembers that feeling when you pay something off like that? It feels good. Right? You're not gonna have a car payment now and of course. You know that can be That could be a short feeling. Because the next day your car could die. You have no idea and I have absolutely had this happen to me before on Lee once but all within It was probably just within a couple of months after paying off a car engine. Just that was it. Oh was one of the worst angriest feelings every had But You know, I mean, I've been trying to take care of this thing, you know, reasonably, so I'm not really a big car guy, but constantly changing the oil, keeping up with the things that it needs all of that, and I really want to try to just drive this until it cannot be driven anymore. Or until was just financially not feasible anymore. You know how many miles is on it? Well, Miles are on it. Yeah, it 118 Lets up. Yeah. Lately. I'm putting on a lot more, so I know that's going to go up. Um You know how yet like it could be worse, right? And I talked to my mom today and I told her it's like, Yeah, I know. It could be worse or better, but has got 118,000. You know, my mom says to me, huh? My car's 21 years old, and it has 90. Oh, what? She has a 21 year old car. She has a 2000. Can't even remember what type now but it Zmolek year. 2000 on She's got 90,000 on it, And I was like, Well, Mom, you just don't go anywhere. Okay? You don't get on the highway. You don't leave the county. Hey, yeah. Hey, let us we'll have a horse on a buggy. For God's sake. I have 129,000 of my five year old car. It's 90,000 and 21 years. Wow. Yeah, well, I mean, my what? Well, what? What? You're resigned when he was 16 16. Okay, Well, this Yes. So this isn't badly because this is a 15. And it's got 218. So yeah. Pretty close together, but Uh, I know I'm gonna catch up to you very soon because I'm just doing a lot of driving now because of stuff going on with the kids, but but that's what I wanted to ask about is What is the most you were ever able to get out of a car? Because, Okay, I know if I got a quarter million miles out of a car, and I never have I never got to post to now you're supposed to now. I never did. I never had a car that lasted I think the longest a car ever lasted. People will probably laugh at me. I mean, I know it was not 200 even I think the longest the Carver last it was 1 78. I think that's it. And yeah, you should be able to get more out of a car. That was the world's experts say, 200,000. Miles is the new 100,000 miles for a new car. It should last 200,000 Miles. Yeah. Well, how much have you ever gotten out of a car? It's a very simple question. 1 802 8 301.5. And perhaps I am jinxing myself by even bringing this up. I hope not. I hope the fates are kind because I could really I could really use not having a car payment for a while. But, yeah, like I would love to just drive this thing. What's the old expression into the ground? I mean, until we just Can't keep putting money into it. But You know, I am trying to think if it's going to really need anything that had a transmission issue. Um, didn't even entire transmission but I need some parts and I don't know. I mean, it should be good. Like if I could get just Gosh, if I could get another 100,000 out of it. For like that would be probably 3 to 4 years with my current Driving. Um, yeah, I think I'd be happy. I think it would be happy. All right? What about you? What's the most you ever got? We had around $200,000 minivan, but it wasn't one of those. Excuse me. We'll never did a thing to it, and we did a lot to it. It was lying. It's like second transmission, and we we kept it going longer than we should have. Yeah. Yeah, And that's you know, And that's always the thing, too. If anybody wants to comment on that How do you decide that? It's like when you've got a car that maybe you're thinking you could even get 290 out of it, and you're at 210. But you've already got 210 on it, And it's like, you know how much is too much to keep it going. How much is too much of a repair bill? So what's the most you ever got out of a vehicle? Eddie and Browns Mills. You're on New Jersey. One of 1.5. Hello, Eddie. Hey, Eddie. You're on the air. Hey. Hey. How you doing? We're good. We're good..

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New Jersey 101.5

08:53 min | 7 months ago

"jeff tyminski" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Oh, nine with Kaminski and Doyle on Bill Doyle and I'm Jeff Tyminski. Your phone number is 1 802 831 of 1.5. Um One of the things that we've got up on our Dominican Doyle page, and we'll talk about this later on, actually is an odd little thing that was apparently put into The legislation, which became law to legalize weed in New Jersey. That any of those towns and there were many dozens of towns that did not want any of these dispensaries or even the growers in their town, so they had, like preemptively band. Them from, you know, they passed the local ordinance. Also, this state law voids. Any municipalities ban. And it says, if you want to go back and ban it again, then you can. But if you already decided in your town that you don't want this we the state says Poof. Your band doesn't exist. You've got to do it all over again, and you only have 180 days to do it. And if you miss that deadline Then somebody could challenge you to put a business and they just want this money. They do right like a new game reset, right. It's like whoa, Who's the state to decide that? It's just like it's an unnecessary burden to put in a town that does not want to take part in this? But the reason I'm bringing it up now, even though we're not talking about it yet? Hopefully, this works out. We're supposed to have the Bridgewater Mayor Mayor Michael mention of Bridgewater because Bridgewater is one of those towns that had previously banned it, And he is the first I've heard of anyway, vowing to do it again. But you know what? He really has a problem with his well. The thing we were talking about how cops are now handcuffed and not allowed to tell the parents when they might find a teenager first time with marijuana, and all people have a problem with that right, And so does mayor mentioned, so hopefully it works out. He's a working lawyer as well as ah, as well as a mayor. And I hear he's also doing transmissions and he's selling Avon. He's a busy guy, but it works out in the six o'clock hour. We're supposed to have him on. S so we'll see how that goes, okay? Here's the portion of the show where we talk about somebody behind their backs because they're not in the room, but I don't think that she would mind. Joe Myra, New Jersey traffic South. She came up with something yesterday. That I think was a little loony. She believes That most people Have gone dumpster diving because, like something was accidentally thrown out or for whatever other reason, but it's almost Almost always gonna be because something somehow like you lost the wedding ring. Your kid lost the retainer, whatever it might be, and that you actually climbed into a dumpster, or at least went through. Some sort of big trash can That was not maybe yours, right? Like like, I don't think it should count. If it's in your own kitchen. If it's your own trash, because I think we've all done that. I'm saying like you're out somewhere. Has anybody ever like crawled through a dumpster because They get. You left something on the table at the Chinese restaurant, and it got accidentally throw you. Can you imagine crawling through the I saw it. You saw what? Somebody crawling through it. Dumpster. Was filled with wet trash. Oh, was discussed talking about what? When? Where? When I was working at a restaurant. Why did that It was one of the busiest days of the year thing was Mother's Day. Okay, and some woman Left her dentures on the table. I swear to God, I swear to go absolute true stories is exactly what Joe was talking about. And here I'm saying, I don't think this really happened. But you're saying that I did that Poor guy. Yes. So the woman left her dentures on the table. They got bust. Right. You got thrown out right? And she was raising Holy hell. She wanted her dentures back. She came back. Why the hell did she take her dentures out in a restaurant? I don't. Maybe they slip when she eats. I don't know what you see. I mean, I know it's not the point of story. What? She sits there and gums or food? You know, maybe it wasn't a full set. Okay. Okay. So anyway, so anyway, the report dishwasher on the busiest day of the year. And it was late in the day because that thing was full, and it was wet and there was a compact or, you know it was still almost full. Even after being contacted 20 100 times right? And he had to crawl in there and find this moments, dentures. It was so disgusting. I thought you were going to say that. It was like her husband who went in the dump. They made a worker. Do it did they made the dishwasher going to get him? Did he find them? Did Okay. I'm sorry. I is that disgusting. You would put them back in your mouth running through the dishwasher or something. But still that's just so nasty, isn't it? I don't know. It would be worse to have your dentures fall in a toilet and fetch him out Real quick or to fall in a dumpster for an hour when it was all wet, too. I mean that I don't want you to think of, you know, just like dry trash that you could easily swat out of the way. Cardboard, Right? Scoop this stuff up food That was in so many people's mouths. Oh, half. The staff was out on the back on the dock, watched watching him do it. Really? What, like that would believe it. Like Oh, my God. I can't remember his name. We can still see him. But I can't remember his name. Oh, my God. Someone so as to climb through the Dumpster. Poor guy didn't did they give him a tip? They better have given him a tip. I honestly don't remember all remembers one of probably one of the more disgusting things I ever saw in the restaurant. Was that guy crawling through the wet draft? Did you see him when he came out when he emerged? He was Yeah. Oh, he probably had to get four showers that night. Oh, if I recall, he wasn't the kind of guy who showered frequently anyway. Yeah, well, you know, Yeah. You're bussing tables in a restaurant in ST Louis, right? I mean, all right. Well, listen, he doesn't have to be that crazy, but we're freaking freaking to do that. Yeah. Freegans do do that. That's right. Just trying to survive off free stuff, right? But in the name of the environment, I believe consumerism, right? Right. Right. Right. Yeah. Yeah. So I think just to set the ground rules for this. I would say it can be like anything that's in public like, even if it's only the trash can in front of Wa wa, but you're having to root through it. Like, really Get in there and look for something rooting through it, where other people's trash also is thrown. So don't thing off the table is your own trashcan. Yeah, I would just say if it's in your own house your own trash can or your friends like if you know them well, but like a public like a public trash can or certainly a public dumpster. Is Joe Maira, right? That most people have had to go Dumpster diving to look for something Did you ever have to do is Jill's friends on that one? And that one poor long ago bus boy 1 802 831 on 1.5? Brian and Toms River. You're in New Jersey one on 1.5. There was that being gay Brian I used to. I used to work years ago used to work for the blue claws in the clubhouse and one of the visiting team managers accidentally threw his world serious ring. From I forget what team he played for, But he threw that out, and he wanted me to go through it. It was at the end of the game in like August. And it was the dumpster where all the food went. And Oh, my God, you know, he actually found it. He found him in a couple players when I pulled the stuff out and sound of the ring in the time of the questions on the bottom of back You know, I'm sorry, but the nerve of this dude that he wanted you to do it. I mean, he was the dope that I'm And how did it just accidentally slide off his finger? Or did he purposely take it off to show somebody I think he took it off to either show somebody or not to get it messy without or whatever sauce they had, or whatever. They're eating me. Yeah, and then forgot it. You forgot it, And I pretty sure I was the one that cleaned it up. But I really wasn't going. Yeah, I wasn't going through the trash can for a $50 Bill $100 Bill. I wasn't doing that It was August, right? The August heat the sloppy food. Half eaten corn dogs. Uh oh, God. Yeah, I'm sorry. But again, that's on you. You're taking off a World Series ring. He said it was. Come on, Brian. Thanks for your call in New Jersey. Wanted 1.5.

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New Jersey 101.5

01:56 min | 7 months ago

"jeff tyminski" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Doyle know Jeff Tyminski Today, Jovi is here in his place. Way started talking about jobs where people just ask you for free advice. Things like mechanics. We've already heard. Things like pharmacists on nurse on all sorts of things. 1, 802, 83101.5, Wayne and East Windsor. You're a New Jersey one on 1.5. Hey, don't wait. Yeah, I work Well, I'm actually an engineer by trade, but I work with our legal department. So you're kind of a double. Lemme get people asking me about engineering questions, and I also get people thinking I know things about legal stuff. Do you? Who are you know a fair amount. What kind of engineering questions People ask you. It could be anything on you know how to build something in your household to, you know, strength of materials to all sorts of different things. And then the legal advice they want that that probably runs the gamut too. Yeah. I mean, I work with I do. Product evaluations for products are involved in, uh, liability claims against the company and And, uh, you know, it's so get involved. Get proposed a fair amount of times and that kind of thing, But You know, they just There's a whole gamut of different things that people think I guess because I work with attorneys that I know what I'm talking about Some cases they do, but you can't like you kinda like an expert witness. Yeah, exactly how I never met an expert witness. All right way. That's cool. Thanks for calling New Jersey One on 1.5. Just don't ask him for any advice. Did you ever meet known expert witness? I don't think so. That's pretty cool. I mean to be called an expert. I mean, that's kind of like a Pretty serious recognition. It's like not only is this person engineer he's a leader in the field. He is an expert at what he does way. Trust his expertise. Alley in Trenton. You're on New Jersey one a 1.5. Hi guys. Um, I working garden centers full times..

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New Jersey 101.5

06:22 min | 8 months ago

"jeff tyminski" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"I'm Jeff Tyminski. Your phone number is 1 802 831 on 1.5. By the way, we're gonna which is e Can't believe these jackpots Keep rolling. I know what somebody win already. I know we're kind of getting tired to do these lottery wish lists running out of money, But, yeah, right. But But you know if we came so far with them, so next our next hour, we'll do one of those lottery wish list where, you know And they totally unlikely that we would ever win. But if one of our tickets hits, that's the thing where we would cut listeners in on a $2 million cut each, so we'll explain more about that. Coming up. Also being that it's a Friday we're gonna give away prizes that's gonna be in the six o'clock hour our end of the week game. Okay, the one serious thing today. Please give us your opinion on this because I've been kind of back and forth on it. I did come around, but at first I think I felt like a lot of people. Are you angry at all that smokers in New Jersey are being given priority status as far as you know, advancing farther up in line to get a covert vaccine. Is that fair? Considering that, Yeah, I mean, I realize I'm stating the obvious here. The obvious is smoking is something that you do voluntarily. It's Ah, It's not like well, you now have COPD because of smoking. And then you didn't want the COPD. And then that might be prioritized. I would understand that. But they're treating smoking. If you have not heard about this There. Now. This that they decided this week to treat smokers as if smoking itself is an underlying condition as if you couldn't help it. And because if you caught covert 19 It is, uh, very devastating to certain groups. Smokers would be one of those groups just like if you have severe asthma. You might not do very well, if you caught it. Just like if you are a certain type of diabetic, you might not do very well, if you caught it just like if you're 88 years old when I do well Well, suddenly they decided That the nearly two million smokers in New Jersey could advance in that line and be given preferential priority status to receive covert vaccines. Is that fair? 1 802 83101.5. I know a lot of people gonna be upset about this and speaking someone who's not in the high risk category. If they're more in danger of dying, I say they can do it, you know? Well, let me tell you what the what? The teachers groups. I know they're not happy. They're not. And My wife, who is a teacher. And all of her co workers who I am friends with. They're not gonna be happy with something I say at the end of this But there's an article about how educators are incensed was the word incensed over New Jersey's covert vaccine priorities that they're putting smokers. Four teachers because teachers should be, they say. You know, um Among the first, because if if too many of them gets sick, then you're going to have the entire education system collapse and all of that. There is a Susan McBride. She's the president of the Bergen County Education Association, a teacher's union and she says that the teachers are rather incensed about this, she said. I think the prioritizing of smokers as a group has insulted educators. We were very much led to believe that we were imminent in the hierarchy of vaccine recipients, and that seems to have been changed as of Wednesday's press conference. Here's another quote. This one is from Anthony, Russ Amelia. Russ. Emilie is the president of the Essex County Education Association. He says. Ah, lot of people sort of reacted to the smoker, part of it. If it this point in 2021. You don't know how dangerous smoking is. And you still choose to smoke. And then that puts you ahead of someone who doesn't. He says. It's not just educators. I think the general public is not happy about that. Mm hmm. Okay? We'll take a few phone calls. And then later on, I'll tell you about the latest scolding that Governor Murphy is giving everybody for feeling this way. He's calling all of these things cheap shots. So if you feel that way That smokers shouldn't get prioritized than then You're taking a cheap shot, according to governor, But as far as the teachers go Here's the thing I understand the teachers are important. But Teachers are also working with the same group of kids and the same co workers day in and day out. Right? You could make the argument. It's somebody who is a cashier at a grocery store. Is much, much more susceptible because they're seeing 200 different people right within 5, ft of them every single day and the very next day it's a brand new set of different 200 people True. Where as a teacher Yeah, You're in front. You're in front of your classroom. Maybe they're trying to do the 6 ft apart. Maybe it's not working out so well, whatever. But at the very least, it's the same set of kids, even if it's the A and the B groups. Okay, it's the same two sets of kids every week. It's the same co workers every week. I'm just saying, I could think of a lot of other jobs that you were exposed to a lot more people than teachers. And I'm not saying teachers are important but for the teachers to be getting this up in arms about this, I feel like it's a bit misguided. I honestly do. Yeah, we can't afford to lose him. But can we really afford to lose anybody? So what do you think about this business of putting smokers as if they had an underlying condition given priority status to smokers for covert vaccines. 1 802 831 on 1.5,.

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New Jersey 101.5

06:24 min | 9 months ago

"jeff tyminski" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Is 4 10 with Tyminski and Doyle except No Jeff Tyminski Today, Jova trooper is here in his place. This is a day unlike any other we've had in quite some time. We'll certainly in my lifetime. The capital is under siege and angry protest. I wanna call my mob. That's kind of, although I guess you could mean some news outlets are calling it a mob. Angry Trump supporters Storm the capital. They breached it. They got inside. There was vandalism done. There were Windows broken. There was shots fired. We don't know by whom we do know that one person was taken out of the capital with a gunshot wound. We don't know who that person was, what side they were on whether it was a trump supporter of police officer of bystander. Whatever we don't know, But there has been a least one gunshot fired and things are ugly. The Crowd started at a Trump rally where the president addressed his supporters, saying that he wouldn't concede they made their way down to the Capitol. And as I mentioned, and they got inside, and all the lawmakers, the senators that place to put under lockdown, all the senators were taken out under guard. They were and issued a gas mask. So we have one report that said that this been confirmed that Nancy Pelosi's office was broken into and it was vandalized. So there is more than just a little mischief going on at the Capitol today. It's kind of a sad day. In my opinion, we have a report right now from NBC NBC News, saying that at least one I e. D has been found on the grounds of the U. S Capitol. Know this day just keeps getting worse. And worse just is just such a bad luck and I honestly You know, this is a free country freedom of speech to call in and say whatever you want. If you support what's going on at the capital right now, you're not in America didn't anarchy. Shelly and Winslow. You're on New Jersey one on 1.5. Hi. Um, let me just start by saying I don't approve of any of this. I don't even approve of like these quote unquote peaceful protests. But if you can honestly tell me that you're shocked that this happened. I'm going to call you out on that, because prior to this, this is appalling. It's a disgrace, but Have been embarrassed by this country since March. Since all of Rat has been going on with the enabling of such behavior all over the country and let's not look at the rice. Let's not look at the roof. We need to just Your head of who's doing what? And look at what transpired. Cities burned Autonomous Rose Police Department being taken over and you're gonna sit there today and act like this is a monstrosity. It is the capital of the capital. Believe me, it is, but you're acting like this is the first time in this history that you're upsetting the study. I don't know which one of you said Yes, it's the first time and I don't know if you need me okay with the time The first time the capital has been stormed in my lifetime, So yes, this is the first time I'm upset about that happening. That's not what they say. That's what he adds, I shall we watch opening few years about what happened in this country and has never been a day like this. There is never die. You think Shelly had Shelly? No. I'm not a hypocrite. This is a day like unlike any other No, it's not. It is not. It's been happening Russian. You think this is the same thing, Shelly. You think this is the same thing? Another attack against our government when you allow people to take over the city? Very good. You think this is the same thing as a black lives matter Protests, don't you, Shelly? Man? I know. I said, Don't look at the whose job will put the right motive. The action. That's a comparison. And Shelly, What are you comparing it? To? Who or what? Why don't you Good. But you said you don't know which side of the coin is doing right over there in Washington, and that wrong guy accused you of flipping the flipping sides and he was wrong because you did not. Blame either. Whatever whatever was going to say that we don't know who got shot. I mean, and I've been very above board about the whole thing being is, they always say in the news business, Ah fluid situation. I mean, there's not only a lockdown on the Capitol, but information is also hard to come by. I mean, there are obviously a lot of news organizations there. But with the with the police presence, and now the National Guard presence exactly what's going on inside. We don't know. I mean, there's some of like cell phone video is starting to leak out here in there, But as far as stuff being actually verified, it's been a slow and Shelley in the grand scheme of things. This is not Every trump supporter. This is a small group of the people that are there, so we're not. This isn't across the board. We've had Trump supporters calling in the last hour and a half saying that this is this is the one of the worst things I've ever seen. So, eh, Anyway, Shelly, we have to move on. Thanks for your call. Alex and hold your own New Jersey one a 1.5. Are you guys doing today? All right. What do you think? I think there's just a lot of ignorant people out there. I'm amazed at The way Donald Trump has sway over his supporters. And their mental block to understand. You know? That there are laws and rules that air followed in an election and to say that there's mess Fraud and all this, you know, all that kind of jargon is just beyond me how they actually could believe that when this election was safer than the 2016 election because of the Russian interference You know that Donald Trump comes out and tells you that the FBI is wrong with their their opinions and their their investigations and the CIA, and he's got these people believing that that That we chamberlain any of our institutions that have been there to help us govern. I mean, it's amazing to me and, you know, I think this is an act of bra terror and that these guys they need to, you know, get the national guard in there and like, you know, start Chicken some ass because You know, it's like the last time I was trying to compare this to and she was definitely to a black lives matter Movement. This is nothing like that. You know, this is a and an assault on our democracy On the one thing the one thing that we get right is one person one vote. And more.

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"jeff tyminski" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

06:30 min | 9 months ago

"jeff tyminski" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Doyle. And there is no Jeff Tyminski today. I know things are supposed to be back to normal. They're supposed be back to normal yesterday. After all the vacation time after the holidays was Monday, January 4th. Everything returns to normal, except it didn't return to normal. Kaminski and Doyle show. Jeff Kaminski is out again yet today as he was yesterday, he's under the weather. He does not have cove in 19. He does not. It is not covered, but he is sick. So he isn't here. I wasn't here yesterday. Well, first I'll have to introduce my co host since just not here. Ladies and gentleman, Joe Vote Trueba. Hello. Hey, Joe. How are you? Happy New year. Belated lack. Thank you. All right now. The reason I was in here yesterday dovetails into what we want to talk about. For this first hour. It's not a happy topic on one of those fun, lighthearted devil may care topics that I enjoy so much. This is more of a serious topic. Yes, I was not here yesterday because I wanted to spend time with my wife. Why did I spend time with my wife Because her father died over the weekend. So she was pretty upset about that. And my father in law was a great guy. He Woz, a radio junkie. Absolutely loved radio. Absolutely. When Jeff and I worked in the 90 used to listen online when it was first available to listen on the Internet, and he's used to email me every day about the topics we did, but he got so hooked on it. After Jeff and I left, he kept doing it to our replacements. Oh, no. What's got in case he came in case of, Bartholomew said. You know your father in law's emails, May I said I could for you. That is dedication. Yeah, And he was a big fan of that. He lived in ST Louis. He was a big fan of the stations there on. He was just a great guy and he died, You know, basically Old age wasn't covert, either. He had not been doing well. It had a serious of setbacks and had pneumonia. And then he had taken a fall, and it just Everything called up here, so it's stage four lung cancer. And everything just kind of caught up with him. And so he passed on. We found out Saturday night. So that's why I took off yesterday to be with my wife. But I'm back today and some of the arrangements for My father's My father in law's memorial are up in the air. Now there's covert, obviously restrictions everywhere, including where my in laws live in ST Louis. And having a memorial service is problematic. To make it even worse. My sister in law, the eldest of the Children who has the power of attorney in his would run point on all this kind of stuff. She has a nasty case of covert herself. She's in quarantine, but they talked to the church and They decided that what they're going to do is have my father was cremated this week. Okay? And then my mother in law was still around. You will take the ashes home and then in the spring sometime, hopefully by march. We'll have some sort of memorial service will go home for that, or go there for that, Um But until then, nothing because of the pandemic, which is what I wanted to talk about. If you had a funeral, you've had a loved one pass. During. Well, jeez past 10 months. What did you do about it? Did you have Ah, typical funeral. Did you have to have a memorial service? That was different in some form where people had Tonto, You know that just breaks my heart. Our phone numbers 123 1 on 1.5. Radio station is near to cemeteries and for a while during the pandemic. Sometimes I'll be driving to work and you would see a line of cars on the road and then people of defense and that was just heartbreaking. Yes, and they would have the graveside service. Not the actual great, but I don't think they do anyway. But they had at the graveside service very close to the front gates so people could see from the fence. But that's what people were having to do with the restrictions that were put on on gatherings and though they've loosened them, especially for funerals. But they still have the sterile restrictions in place. Fleming how how many people can go and the CDC guidelines on funerals. You know it Z about what you would expect. Maintain social distancing If you don't have to have the service in person don't do things remotely have zoom calls. Have memorial service is virtually that kind of thing. Which good luck telling the families that, you know, and it's such a sad substitute, and I realized the necessity of this. I'm not denying it, but just sad because these are things that are gonna be duplicated. I mean, because these people are never gonna have another funeral. Gonna have never gonna have another memorial services. This is when they die as the people morning. These losses. I mean, you almost have to kind of feel guilty that even even if it is out of your control, like party has to be like man like this is all we could do for you, even though like it's all that we can do for you. And I don't know if this is the right word. That's kind of anticlimactic. It is so we knew that my father loved was not doing well. We didn't know if obviously never know the day nor the hour but We knew that was probably gonna happen within the next six months. It was likely so then, when it did happen is like OK, well, now it's time to spook spring into action. Let's put those reservations make the flight reservation to get a hotel. Make the arrangements to go visit for the memorial for the funeral, and none of that's gonna happen. I mean, I was all poised and ready to go on Sunday to start doing things that my wife said No. I have to talk to the church. They're not going to do anything. And for a couple of months if then, and they will have a memorial service, and until then her dad's gonna be cremated and the ashes just setting on the mantel at home. So I mean, I know it's not all about me, but for everybody who would want to mourn him. There is a scent of sense of anti climax where the things you would normally do at a time like this. A lot of them. You just can't do so if if that's been you over the past few months if you had to bury a loved one or try to what is that funeral been like for you, 100 to 831 on 1.5. I know everybody looks back to 2020 years as the terrible year, but it's spreading into 2021 now and it's still governing how we can observe rites and rituals. Whether they be weddings, whether they be funerals 1 802 831 of 1.5. And I looked up the CDC guidelines just just to see what they had to say about it. They talk about grief being normal, But I'm just paraphrasing this grief is normal. But you have to accept the fact you have to do things a little differently now that you can't have The typical funeral arrangements as you might. They do say that use technology to connect virtually with family and friends during the grieving process, so you can still grieve. You could still interact with loved ones. Just don't do it in person. Yeah. Um Modifications to rites and rituals. Avoid touching the deceased person's body. Your personal belongings, ceremonial objects, all that kind of stuff. But see those those of the recommendations if you actually can't have a service I mean, for a lot of people..

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"jeff tyminski" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

04:33 min | 9 months ago

"jeff tyminski" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Know Jeff Tyminski this week as he is on vacation. This is a week that he and I used to always take off for decades. Oh, yeah. Everybody around the station did And that time a year this year, the boss like Oh, does everybody have to take off his all worked? He let me work my son and she said yes. And here we are. So that's Sam, my son on the other side of the main benefactor the counter here. So far so good. I would say. Yeah, it's okay. There's still room to either go up or down. I'm sure. Okay, We're going to do a deal. Meyer. A topic a joke? Yeah. Jomar brought this up over the air off the air yesterday. Yes, And I think it's a good ethical question. If you give someone as a gift. Lottery tickets. Hmm. And they hit Mm. Should they give you a cut? How? Hmm? I would say anything over $100 because if it's under $100, well, no You think they should? Would be nice. Yeah. Capable. What? Their beak a little bit say thanks. It would be nice. Are you obligated to hell? No. It was a gift they gave it to you. Do they know when they buy a lottery ticket that there is the potential the potential that you could win some money off of it? Lottery tickets are good gift because it gives it promises the chance of hope to someone. It's like $5 scratcher. Sure, but good God. You know, you could really have big on this. And then it turns into a great gift. They don't owe you anything. Scratch offs cost five bucks. I mean, I'm sure you can find some. They have tears. You know those little machines at the grocery store where you could buy lottery tickets out of Yes, I had a fascination with those is a kid. I love them. I'd go press all the buttons and hope that someone left a dollar rented or something. And they could go anywhere from a dollar like 20 bucks. Really? Machines never buy scratch offs. You know, I'm gonna play them. The big jackpot here, grown man who plays the Powerball don't want to waste your time with scratchers. So tell us do you think? Do you think that if someone gives you Lottery ticket as a present is a gift and you hit a sizable amount of money. Do you don't say oh, them, but sure you give them a cut. I say absolutely. You should give him a cut. You have no obligation If you want to be a good friend, or ah, decent person. Buy him a dinner. Buy him a gift or something with that money. Sure. Show your gratitude. Say, Hey, thanks. Wouldn't have this money without you. But you can't re 8 10 years re gifting. You gave them the gift that you gave him a $5 gift that turned into whatever $20,000. You could have been a better friend and got him a better gift than just a lottery ticket that could potentially give them nothing in a waste of $5. It just gives you hope. Yeah. Yeah, that's that's the whole premise of giving lottery tickets to people is because you're giving them the hope that they might win money off it if they actually do when money off it. Well, then good for the person who got the ticket. Then it works out well for them. Is there. Is there a certain level Which you are obligated like they went $30,000. If they you should definitely give them a thank you gift, you know, Take care of them as a friend, Because what you're talking about a candle and a candle. A nice dinner. Get him a PlayStation five. Don't know getting something nice, but to give. What do you say it like a percentage of the money Like? Yeah. Here's your Here's your cut. Here's your 20% of my winning. Maybe not 20%, but a nice 10%. We were just comparing apples and oranges here you let's say you win. $30,000. Just for instance, visualizing somebody gave you a scratch off and it don't even know if they have $30,000 scratches, but they probably do. So you win a $30,000 prize, Okay? You're not going to give the person who gave you that gift 3000. Just to say thanks. I as a person would give them something won't tell me what Something is again. Are you talking about a gift certificate to Applebee's, and you're talking about something sizable. If it's a $30,000, I I might buy him like a top shelf bottle of booze somewhere. I might give them Maybe that cost a couple 100 bucks. That's all. I thought you would give them. You are not obligated. No, you're not obligated, but you'd be a good person. I think you should I think you I think you almost owe it to him. You can get you can give them something. Sure. It depends on how what if, what if you get it from like a co worker? Say somebody in this building that we don't really know. Gave you a lottery ticket doesn't blow off. Give if they know me well enough to give me a gift, and I know them well enough to give them a cut. But if they know you well enough to give you a gift, when to expect him to get you something more than a lottery ticket, take a lottery tickets. I mean, I would, too, of course, because the potential is always there like we've said. But I don't think you're obligated to give people money. If you Um Win the lottery. I'll expect cut.

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"jeff tyminski" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

04:53 min | 9 months ago

"jeff tyminski" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"This is very exciting. Exciting day in the soil household because Jeff Tyminski is off, so it's Kaminski and oil but not really. Today co hosting and for the next three days. My son, Sam. Hello, Sam. Hey, Dad. So do I call you Dad? Or do I call you? Bill? How does this work? Decidio? What'd you comfortable with? I get to choose. I thought this was going to be. Ah, your pick. What? You want to go? Oh, well, if I'm giving gift I'm giving permission. I'm going to call you, Bill. Okay. Excellent. I think that's better for the listener. They know who's who you're talking to me. It sounds a little bit more professional. Um, you know, before we get started, I think we should give your resume. Okay. Um, you know, the first time I knew you wanted the end of radio was in the high school. When I had that club day. When we're up the school and all the different clubs you could join, he said. I don't want to join the radio station E remember that? Very well. I was like why? You know I've been getting that a lot from every single person my in my entire life ever since I wanted decided to do this, but there was and excuse me. And what does the 12 years later that you know it's funny about that to that radio stations. Station manager. I'm friends of them on Facebook, and he congratulated me on doing this today. Very nice. Yeah, And then you went to college for this. I did. I went to Montclair State University for this and you got a bachelor's degree in television in digital media with a concentration in sports media in journalism. There you go. And then where have you worked? An intern. I've interned at 7 70. W A. B C in New York. I worked at 97 5, the fanatic in Philadelphia. And now I produced Steve Tripoli. Show here on New Jersey. 11 Point Help Steve out with Wi pe. Yes, I've I've been unofficially had been his driver up until the pandemic for the past God. Seven years I've been driving with him to do overnights there. So, uh, Yeah, Me and Steve have been pretty close for a long time. And now I get to work with him here, and here I am sitting across from you. Did you ever think you'd be getting to sit across from your own son in here Was this? No, I didn't. Although I was trying to remember the first time you were on the radio last year. You were baby We brought you in. But that doesn't count that one. When I worked in Detroit, and I had that video game show on Sunday night, I think the first time you were on the air is when you did a review. Of the hot wheels, video games for the PSP. Yep. Owned radio. I reviewed the hot Wheels game on the PlayStation portable. What a dated reference. All of those things are, but it's a proud history. So there's been a long time coming a very proud to have you here. And hopefully we'll have some fun for the next three days. Thank you for having me people won't turn up the radios, but you never know. Well, that's the goal is to keep at least one radio on at all times. I think if we set the bar low will be able to exceed expectations, and we'll be happy and still say is dandy. So? So I think we have a problem here. Oh, no. Is all is it? Oh, I know what the problem is. Okay for me to stall for you, Uh, because I have a couple of over unders here. For what? For me and you for this show. Okay, go ahead because I was thinking to myself as we were doing this. I'm sure that you will, somehow in one way or another, either Say these things to me correct these things for me, or they will just be come up and be part of the show. So I want you to set the number the over under number for a guy. I got a couple of them things they came up with, Okay words phrases or things that will happen during the show. The first word is millennial. How many times you think that word's going to get uttered during Millennials? Okay, That's one already won for the three days we have that we have me calling you old. I'm sure I will call you. Okay. Boomer Boomer was another one. Boomer was a word on this list as well. I'm sure I will get to use those for you in some way, shape or form Snowflake. I don't have a snowflake. Drop it. I'll call you so I'm I'm sure you will have this. You better suck it up, Buttercup, Suck it up. Buttercup is so much harsher than before. You know, it kind of is, but I like it. How often are you going to correct my grammar? Yeah, it's my it's my job. I'm your dad. Yeah. And I guess it will make it sound better for me on air as well. If you know you're out here audibly correcting me. Plus, it makes me feel better about the 80 grand. I spelt with a college education. If you could put together a coherent sentence that is yet to be seen, Um Never heard of it because I'm sure when we do any sort of topic, referring to old movies, TV shows or music, I'm going to be having to have exposed you to a lot of things. Music and movie wise. You have a whole game called Hey, It was a big hit, and I don't think I've heard of 20% of the songs on their 20% at least. A minimum because we have a seventies. Categories. I don't think you know any of those. So that's 25% of it. If it's rush all know that we got two more. How many times will you use derogatory words to describe me? Everything I say? I won't do it on the air. Wait till the mikes are off. How long is the dump on delay? We'll find out on that one. And then finally audible sounds of disappointment in me for things. I'm going to end up staying on here. Oh, Sam. I won't get Too disappointed..

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"jeff tyminski" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

05:31 min | 10 months ago

"jeff tyminski" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"11. We're dnd. I'm Jeff Tyminski. I'm Bill Doyle. So we want to know what you think about something is going on in the Legislature thistles, not the kind of thing that you may have even known about, But ever since they made it illegal, and it's been years, of course. To drive while holding your phone. You're talking yourself phone. You could use it, You know, hands free, but you cannot use a hand held the phone. But there has always been a loophole and whatever way they were did this and the loophole has allowed That if you were stopped, you were you were at the wheel. But you were in traffic, but you were stopped like Let's say you're on a long red light. Or let's say worse. You're on. You're on 78. You're in a notorious back up where it just turns into a parking lot for 10 minutes, right? During those times when you're at the wheel, but you're totally stopped. It is not under this law. It would be perfectly legal to use your phone briefly as long as you put it down before you start moving again, right? They want to take care of that. They want to close that loophole. And we want to know if you think that they should 1 802 83101.5. Um Under this bill, it would be treated just the same. Violators will be subjected to the same penalties for using a handheld phone while driving to hundreds of $400 for a first defense. Same thing, basically, just be, you know the same thing. Other several other things. I wonder about this. I bet you this has happened Where? I'm sure this has happened. Where people have been given a ticket for using the phone when they actually were to red light. They probably just didn't realize there was a loophole in the law. And I bet you that's happened and I bet you they just went ahead and sent them the money because they didn't know to challenge it because they didn't know that there was a loophole. I didn't know there was a loophole. Till today. Really? Yeah. Yeah. Well, this has been this has been addressed before. This is not the first legislative session that they've tried toe close out this loophole, but it's never worked before, but they want to eyes. This measure sponsored by state Senator Richard Cody. Um And you know it. Yeah. Here's the Here's the mentality. This is what they're this is what they're saying about this. You're saying if you use The way they're justifying this. They say if you're using your phone At a red light. When the light turns green. If you still are not quite done with it. That the temptation is too great. That you will start start to roll, start to drive and just finish that, like if it's a text the last, say two words and then hit. Send Okay, well, then let that be the violation. If that's when you see them, That's already illegal. True. So if you're just simply worried about Oh, well, this could lead to that. Well, that is already illegal under your old law. You guys just want more money. I honestly think you just want more money, and I honestly also think it's a lot easier to catch people. Notice them when they're sitting still at a red light. Then when they're actually you know, whipping by you, and I bet you if this goes through, they're probably just going to station cops right at intersections. Cheek into your car, and it will be like picking off sitting ducks. That's why I think they're doing this, I think is just money. Probably. Yeah, Cellphones have become so integral to our lives, I think is kind of silly that they think they can close the barn door. People are going to look at their phones at red lights. I don't think there's any stopping that right. And this way they just want the money. Yeah, frankly, I don't think they really want them to stop. I think they want them to keep doing this. They just want to have the legal standing to not have it fall apart if they challenge it because of the loophole, so they want to take the loophole away so they can get more money. And, you know, Hey, if you think I'm being cynical, I'm sorry, but that's really how I feel about this because Obviously you can't crash your car when you're sitting still. Not gonna happen. So if the whole mentality here is, Oh, well, you'll be tempted to keep using your hand held for the first few seconds when you start to drive again. Again. They can already get you for that. So if that's the big worry, that's already illegal. Good point. Why do they have to have this law? If other you know if it's anything other than just nailing you in a sneaky way at intersections with him peeking into your car, I would love to hear the I would love to hear the person who thinks that So what do you think? Do you think it ought to be illegal to use your handheld phone while you're stopped dead in a traffic jam or stopped dead at a red light? 1 802 831 a 1.5 Robin in hybrid You're on New Jersey One of 1.5. How are you? Hi, Robin. I just want to say they haven't seen twice. Once on route 22. I was right home going home, and he thought three quarter cop pulled me over and said you're texting and I said yes, but I would have red light. He's too, that here's your ticket. And could it stop when the light turned green and then once it to scatter away? Same thing happened now..

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"jeff tyminski" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

04:48 min | 11 months ago

"jeff tyminski" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"It's a Friday. We're dnd. I'm Jeff Tyminski. Doyle. Get on that radio and I'm Bill Doyle. So I saw something today that I can't believe that this actually sucked me in. What's that? Well, there's a story A Okay. You know how we've talked about Reunion shows and bring an old casts back of all TV shows. And I always just think why, Who wants to see that as 20 years old? It's 30 years old or stupid, right? So I see it. I see a story today about the fresh prince of Bel Air that they're doing that. And I have heard about this before that they're doing that re union special. Right? Right. Well, they finally just this week they release the trailer. For it. It's like a two minute long video. That is supposed to make you want to watch. I've seen it. And I thought l all right. I'm just gonna watch it. It's gonna be stupid, but I'm gonna watch it. Okay, Swear to God. 2030 seconds in I was like who? I gotta watch this special. They worked. I don't know what the hell it was. I don't know who directed this thing. I don't know if it was like, you know, I don't know. It was like it was. It was a Steven Spielberg put this thing together. It was like the most riveting, coolest. Two minutes on an absolutely made me wanna watch this stupid 30 year. Fresh Prince of Bel Air Reunion Special 30 years, 30. Well, well, that's the other thing. I don't wanna think about that either, but yeah, 30 years, buddy. When you think about it, he was a kid. Will Smith. It is. Yeah, Like I was thinking about like who I was with when that show was on. That was like, OK, Yeah, That's 30 years when I put it into that reference, Yeah, That's 30 years. Yeah, and he's like he is now. Don't They say that Will Smith is now older than the guy who played? What was his name? Uncle Phil. Uncle Phil. Right, Uncle Phil still alive. He is He is because he's part of this, okay? Um, And there's a really cool part of the trailer too. I'm like I'm gushing over the stupid thing. I feel like an idiot. But Harder. This trailer was how will Smith is talking about how they just hired him to do this? And he couldn't act. He didn't know anything about acting right? And I've heard him talking about this before. Like when, when he was doing the show the very first couple of episodes if you really go back and look at, like the pilot and a couple of more episodes If you watch not the character who's talking, But if you look at will Smith, he says, You will see him slightly moving his lips because he's trying to keep time in his head. He's He's reading the line that is being said getting ready for his line, and he didn't even realize he was doing and they had to, like, talk him out of this bad habit. But the guy who plays Uncle Phil And I'm sorry. I can't remember the guy's name now. But he apparently had confided in him that you know. Will Smith had confided in the guy that you know, like, I don't know what I'm doing. I'm not a good actor. I don't know anything about it. And how there was this one scene one time. Where will Smith has to get like super emotional and he does it. He likes starts crying, or at least looking like he's crying and he falls in the Uncle Phil's arms and will, Smith says when he did that. The actor who plays Uncle Phil, as they're as they're hugging and the cameras. They're still rolling. But the mikes can't pick it up. He whispers into Will Smith here? Now that is acting like Whoa, And I was like, really did buy the stupid thing. And it's like now I wanna watch this dumb were union. Um, I don't know. E should know this. Let's see the articles, actually right in front. Me, Um, premieres Thursday, November 19th. So it's ah. It's next week. NBC. Um, streaming. HBO. Max. Oh, they must have the rights. Of course. Yeah, yeah. So I probably won't end up watching it, But I want to watch it. Okay? And then there's another part of this. And this would just be fun. It'll be a fun thing to talk about. On a Friday forget all our troubles. Forget the masks. Forget the Forget the election results. Forget all the worries. Is this Is this theme song for this old show, not the greatest theme song for any TV show ever written. Take a listen to the fresh Prince theme song. This is This is fantastic. Now.

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"jeff tyminski" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"jeff tyminski" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"And I'm Jeff Tyminski, Our phone numbers 1 800 to 83101.5 who has already received the ballot. And have you already looked at it. Have you maybe already filled it out. Have you maybe already sent it in 1 800 to 831 on 1.5. And How do you feel in general? I think this is going to end up being the bigger thing. How do you feel in general about these mail in ballots? First time ever New Jersey did this where it's not by request. Other states have done this for years. And did you see the thing? God, I can't remember what paper This was from. Some newspaper was making the point. That other states that have done this for like 20 years where they automatically send ballots to registered voters and that New Jersey is trying to do And catch up to what they have had 20 years running up to write in, like Five months as it's worrying, right, exactly right. Anytime you hear that comparison, it's like, okay, it might work well where they'd have 20 years experience. But we have none. We've never done this and this is already panning out. We're already hearing stories. About how let's say if you were a woman who was married not long ago that you were getting some times that you were getting two ballots. That you're getting one and you're made a name and you're getting one of your new married man. And they're admitting that there are dead people who are getting balance. And they say, Well, it's not a problem because you know, as long as nobody well, yeah, as long as nobody tries to cheat, but it wouldn't be tempting. Maybe, especially when everything is so contentious in the country right now, and I'm saying that for either side I know. I know a lot of Trump's anxiety. Is, Oh, well, It's not going to be a fair election because Democrats will cheat. Well, I'm you know, I hate to break it to you, but either party could cheat either either side of this could cheat. And it's crazy because it came out that I guess this is the you know the way it is all over the country. But in New Jersey, if you have a loved one who dies you're supposed to actually contact The board of Elections or whatever the body and let them know that the person died, so they're taken off the voter rolls. But how many of us ever did that? I mean, My dad was in Pennsylvania when he died, and it's been 20 years. Actually 20 years today since he died sad anniversary. Yeah, but I don't remember doing that. I don't remember even knowing that I had to do that. I remember contacting all of his credit cards contacting this that all of these things I don't remember thinking about. Oh, well, I have to take him off the voter rolls. And they say a lot of people don't even think so. You know when they're sending balance when you're not requesting them, That's the first time New Jersey's ever done that, and a lot of people are having some angst about the whole thing. And we want to know. Do you wish that you could vote in person? Or is this male in completely fine with you? And have you started doing your ballot yet? It all 1 800 to 83101.5 Jesse on route 18. You're on New Jersey One of 1.5. Hey, guys, I got my Balance. Two weeks ago. Uh, I was a little bit skeptical, but I filled mine out my wife soldiers out. We sent it in. Very, very Yep, I wanted to go in person. But it's so much easier not having to worry about lines like that. I will. Yeah, But do you worry? I mean, I think I think most people aren't really worried about the filling it out. But once you once you mail it in or you are you worried about it really getting to its intended spot. Yeah, I was. And actually the wording is very strict on ly depart. The only person allowed to carry it, but you're the only person allowed to handle it. So what we did was we put in a mailbox. Put the thing up and let no man take it the way it should be. I thought about going to one of those faces way. Drop it in the ballot box. Yeah, yeah, I figured, you know, if it's gonna happen, it's gonna happen. Yeah, I know. I know. I've thought the same thing. And then I thought, Oh, they say if you go in person that maybe you could go in person if you're willing to do you know what provisional ballot and maybe I'll do that and I went all over the place. I was like now, you know, I'm just I know in the end, I mean, I opened it up. I look through it. Oh, and I put this up on our dimension. Doyle page. If anybody wants to check it out, I put a little video tutorial explaining everything that is on the ballot. It's sort of talking cheek if you check that out, and I haven't you know, actually filled everything out males in the Oh, but I'm going to be doing that. Probably tonight. Mailing it tomorrow. I guess I'll just mail it. But, yeah, I kind of worry. And then how about the story that came out? That they found not completed ballots, although that has happened in Pennsylvania, but just a bunch of ballots, blank ballots that were on their way to register voters and insert New Jersey neighborhoods. And they found those along with a ton of other male £100. Yeah, just discarded. Like Newman and Seinfeld doing a postal dump because he didn't feel like delivering the letters. I mean, they're investigating how it happened. But, geez, that just does not instill a lot of confidence. John and Glen Gardener. You're in New Jersey one on 1.5. Hello. Hey, John. Hey, How are you? Good. I thought I heard your top that I called you last week. I had gotten a second ballot in the mail..

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"jeff tyminski" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"jeff tyminski" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Know Jeff Tyminski today he's off job attributing here in his place. Of course, we'll have news at the top of the hour. Right now. We're talking about wedding failed. When the memorable part of the day was not with the bride and groom would have hoped it was, But, uh, we started talking about this because of the Mama Beach story where the couple was renewing their vows on the beach and a body floating up Now, as we just heard one of the men who participated in the life saving the man's okay. Man was released from the hospital, happy ending in a very happy ending. And I think that Okay, it might not be with the bridegroom would have wanted the memory to be, but since it involves heroism, I think it makes it even better. This isn't one of the store this into one of the stories we're like on and so embarrassing. That's all anybody remembers. Like. Remember how cool it was where everybody save We were there. Alright, time Tommy went out and save the guy that's cool. Anyway, I'm going to guess you're story is not as heartwarming 100 to 831 on 1.5 Mini and Toms River. You're on New Jersey, one on 1.5 How are you? I love your show. I listened to it all the time in my car. Thank you. And I'm in my house, too. With my Bluetooth. Yeah, my story with my own wedding. Unfortunately, I had lost my dad in an early age. And my mom decided my three brothers should be the one to walk me down the aisle. Okay? And we were to my brothers and myself were in the best fuel waiting on my youngest brother. We were waiting for my oldest brother to arrive who was always late. And the youngest one grab some kind of green chick lit from somebody and shove them in his mouth and he was chewing them. And he had green dye all over the inside of this cheese, then is now nice and started freaking out and there with the holy water thing they are, so he started splashing that into his mouth drinking the whole of the longer had a blessing. And the the priest came and told us we had to start the ceremony without my brother. The old this one. So we went out them. Everybody got settled on the out there and sure enough within five minutes, my oldest brother Walked in the back of the church and was aliens arms all the way up the aisle saying, Why did you start without me? It was very uncomfortable. The brother who was drinking the Holy water. How old was he at the time? Um, I guess he would have been about 20 kill. OK, so old enough to know better trying to drink the holy water. Never heard anybody have a holy water drinking story. That's yeah, kind of lapping it out like it was a trough. Uh huh. All right, many thanks for your call. And Marie in Spotswood. You're in New Jersey when I won't 0.5 Hi. My sister was gay got married, and it was the second wedding for her husband. So they had this beautiful, very elegant wedding at the reception. His father was giving the toast. So he stood up with this champagne and instead of toasting my sister's name on DH. The groom's name. She hosted the ex wife named No. Oh, yeah. Wass the whole room. This gas So that's all we remember. Not to mention that there was nor Eastern and it was a terrible you're not a storm you can live with. The name on the video of the wedding of one job. I just don't think that's his name, Right? Hey, Emery. Thanks for calling New Jersey One of one point in time I once went to a wedding. And it was after the ceremony, and we all went to the reception and the bride and groom weren't there yet because they were taking pictures and in the in between time in between the time we got there and the time the bride and groom got there. The wedding cake fell over. The whole case was one of those like eight level. It was in a tower. Yeah, it was like the leaning Tower of Pisa started like I don't know, melting or what? But, yeah, it was probably for the best because wedding cake sucks. But still, I mean that that's you know, for show with a nice decoration, and I don't want to see that has a nice symbol of the wedding to each other, like you were going to take care of each other for the rest of our lives. But their case was on the floor so anyway..

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