GloucesterCast 454 Karin Carroll, Ben Lummis, Scottie Mac, Jim Capillo, Paul Horovitz, Nichole Schrafft, Chris McCarthy, Jim and Pat Dalpiaz and Joey C Taped 12/20/20
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Jim Capillo Audio/Video Engineering
Pat Dalpiaz manning the live chat keyboard
Karin Carrol and Ben Lummis
Stupid things people do on Facebook
Canning for pee wee football in the 70s
Who would’ve thought one day we’d be smoking weed at a family gathering but the illegal part would be the family gathering? And other anomalies like who would have expected you’d be welcomed into the bank wearing a mask?
How old were you when you realized “Dammit I’m mad” spelled backwards is “Dammit I’m mad”? (palindrome for the educational portion of the program)
Scooch WingMate is Chris’ new favorite phone case
Who makes their bed every morning?
What are some of the things that drivers do to drive you to the edge of road rage?
Why do people flock to the grocery store the day before a snowstorm?
Streaming report: Last Lightkeeper documentary on Amazon and We Are the Champions Netflix episode on cheese rolling.
If you’re still wearing one of the hospital surgical masks, it’s time to buy a designer one.
Snow melting techniques including Heated mats for walkways
Mom’s Kitchen marinated steak tips omelette.
Gloucester Superintendent Ben Lummis:
“It seems like in the last few years in Gloucester there’s been a shift with more immigrant families in town- are you seeing that in schools? Does it have any impact on the way the schools work?”
“Even in this tough year I keep hearing good things- school sports have kept functioning- the high school field house got renovated and basketball is starting! Tell me about some other good things that are happening”
“Gloucester kids have been in school since the beginning of the school year when it seems like all the surrounding towns haven’t been able to do that. How did you pull it off in Gloucester?”
What do you like about Gloucester and it’s people?