Thank you Kirsten for the epic good times!
Video taken from son Bj’s Cell phone…
I accidently disturbed an underground bees nest this afternoon while working in the backyard with St. Barry. Within seconds of feeling a sting I was surrounded by hundreds of bees, which chased me all the way around the house as I ran for cover yelling OUCH!
Argentina Beer Garlic smash one and put on,rapido!!
Andrea Rubino Toppan Paste with meat tenderizer and water
Ann Mulcahey Capsazun
Paula Bertolino wash it with soap and water and put an antiitch cream on. I got stung a month ago, then Andy went out and got stung too..Just like you. I ended up in the drs because the swelling was so bad and got a red line up my arm.
Lorinda Barry Canty I got stung a couple of weeks ago for the first time in my life…I mixed baking soda and some water made a paste, spread it on and let it dry…And then I repeated it…
Rosaria Giambanco- Floyd Holy shit it sounds like cooking recipes just make sure the string is out keep clean call me morning
Paula Bertolino I did the baking soda and water too and the dr asked me why i did that.
Katelyn Foley Vinegar!!
Julie Sanfilippo Press the side of a knife on it for a few minutes. The metal takes the pain away like magic!
Rosa Mortillaro Put a potato on it it will take the stinger out
Kristin Michel Windex – it worked for everything in My Big Fat Greek Wedding
Annmarie Manninen Wonson Actual meat tenderizer
Pam Lane believe it or not Meat tenderizer. It draws out the stinger….also a paste of baking soda works too.
Rosemarie Calomo Vizena Hope you are doing better.
Alison Lote Monell Windex!
Didn’t you see “my big fat Greek wedding “. ?
Hope it’s better
Felicia Ciaramitaro Mohan just did the baking soda … feels a little better after several applications! I have a high tolerance for pain…Wow can’t believe how much my back hurts…
I adore my father-in-law, especially for his wit and sense of humor. He and my mother-in-law are here visiting for the week for my husband Tom’s 60th birthday. My father-in-law will be NINETY next May 5th. During dinner several nights ago he told us that he belongs to a club that meets every Friday for lunch. They call themselves the ROMEOs, an acronym for Really Old Men Eating Out. They go to each other’s clubs, drink a great deal, and eat fun appetizers such as water chestnuts wrapped in bacon and pigs-in-a-blanket, but then are usually too toasted to actually eat lunch. When I’m ninety I hope to have as much joie de vivre as does he!
Moments after the crash, I get airborne and assess the situation form the air. Quickly, I could see the accident situation, cars involved, and the on-coming traffic backing up. If on call, I believe I could quickly asses similar situations for law enforcement, and the fire department. This would quickly, and in real time, give them the ability to predict traffic backups, and potential problems caused by these type of situations. In the case of a fire, I could in a matter of minutes, be airborne and show the potential threat of fire spreading, or additional breakouts form wind and fly away sparks. Just another day of flying above our fine city. (notice how the GPD and GFD have the situation, and the traffic, perfectly under control and flowing!)
It was a lovely but tense Mug Up this morning at YUPO Gallery. Paul Morrison arrived promptly with a bag filled with ransom demand fulfillment. Joey arrived late with Rubber Duck, but refused to release her to Paul, only allowing him a brief viewing of her to prove that she was unharmed (it was not Paul’s RD that had been crushed in the GE press after all). Joey told Paul that he needed to return to Mug Up next Saturday at 9:30am with more ranson, and he would come back again with Rubber Duck and the two “Kind” ducknappers, who would decide then if his ransom was sufficient to warrant RD’s release. This is dragging out much longer than any of us anticipated, and Paul was showing pronounced signs of tension and anxiety. We all pray he can hold out until next Saturday and that this ordeal will reach a satisfactory conclusion. Joey does seem to be enjoying making Paul squirm after all the times Paul has attempted to have RD usurp Homie’s rightful place as mascot of GMG. Karma can be tough.
Cute video of a man and his dog rocking out on the couch in his underwear.
Blaze and I have been there done that.
Me and blaze rocked out Commando style to Psy’s “Gentleman” on the couch a few times. If she wasn’t so camera shy our video could’ve gone viral too.
When’s the last time a rock star this big played in Gloucester? In fact, other than Billy Joel, who jumped on the piano a few times at the Studio many years ago, has any Rock & Roll Hall of Famer ever played Gloucester? Has anyone else who played at Woodstock ever played Gloucester? If you know these answers, please comment.
You can still get tickets (here) to tonight’s show at Gloucester’s UU Meetinghouse featuring Lovin’ Spoonful founder and writer of some of our generation’s most enduring #1 hits, like “Do You Believe In Magic?” “You Didn’t Have To Be So Nice.” “Daydream.” “Younger Girl.” “Did You Ever Have To Make Up Your Mind?” “Summer In The City.” “Rain On The Roof.” “Nashville Cats.” “Six O’Clock.” “Darling Be Home Soon.” “Younger Generation.”
After the show, John will hold a meet & greet and sign records, CDs, posters, Woodstock tickets … what ever memorabilia you bring — and you can get his new CD with David Grisman.
Don’t miss this rare opportunity to experience music that defined a generation up close and personal!
As I was watching the dueling cranes was thinking about the car parked so close.
Hi Joe and the GMG Crew
I am doing a Coastsweep cleaning of Cressys Beach at Stage Fort Park, and would appreciate your help in spreading the word. I have attached a copy of a poster I have, it has information about the time and date of the event. It is in .pdf format if this is a problem let me know. It is this Saturday, I know last minute, but life is busy I just got around to it now. Can you just post the .pdf and maybe a link to the website. http://www.mass.gov/eea/agencies/czm/program-areas/communications/coastsweep/
Thank you for any help,
“The Results are in!”
The highly anticipated results of the Alliance for Community Media Northeast Region video awards have been posted!
Cape Ann TV is proud to announce that we placed in several categories.
All Things Victorian: John Thomas Grant and Victoriana Lady Lisa
Profile Talk Show – Professional category
The Portrait Series: Erich Archer and Rebecca Tober
Arts and Theater – Professional category
Beeman Ballroom Experience: Lisa Smith
Children and Youth – Professional Category
Local Music Scene with Allen Estes: Allen Estes and Peter Van Ness
General Talk Show – Non Professional category
Cape Ann TV would like to thank all of its members and volunteers for all of their hard work.
Congratulations to all our winners!