The Wease Show 24 Hour Christmahanakwanzika
Jackienutt reporting the daily rundown for the next 24 hours, so if it looks different it's because it's better :) Started the show today by talking to Rochester Clinical Research, Adam Larrabee; discussed Wease' low testosterone, and the pellets in his ass. Wease went off on a tangent by making fun of E.J the D.J. for going on a date with Wease' dentist son years ago.
Support Monroe Community Hospital -How to Donate
We are here today for the 24 hour show gathering donations for the MCH. A couple ways to donate are either to call in at 222-9500 or go to their page directly at www.monroehosp.org/donationwease.asp They are also accepting gifts for the children for their January 12 Christmas party which can be dropped off at Monroe Community Hospital, Monday - Friday from 7:30 a.m.- 3:30 p.m. Please Help Support the Hospital!!!
A caller told us about her brother who has been living at the hospital now for 41 years and she couldn't imagine any other hospital helping him as much as Monroe Community has.
Tools with Sports
In the wide world of sports it is somehow all about the Bills today! Wease calls Tools out on liking Eric Woods just because he's against the Bills playing in Toronto - but who dosn't think this!! But Tools says the Bills may renew themselves in Toronto. Wease tells us about when he was riding an electric bicycle and would pretend peddle past people and completely blow their minds.
Ken McClure is here from Quality Homes, and we started it off by Wease singing his version of Bob Dylan's "How Does it Feel" as requested by a donator. McClure helped the Veteran's Outreach Center yesterday where he met an amazing signle father with six different kids. One thing he and Wease have in common . . . poker!!
Marshall Fine with Movie Reviews
"Not Fade Away" - Written and directed by the same guy who did the Sopranos, David Chase. The movie is about what it's like to fall in love with rock-n-roll as a teenager in 1963 and start a garage band that not really goes anywhere.
"This is 40" - Tangent from Knocked Up with the same married couple of Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann. 2 hour long movie may possibly be too long, and with not enough laughs.
"The Guilt Trip" - Seth Rogan invited his mother on a driving trip across the U.S. to sell his cleaning product to various different companies. Marshall reports not enough laughs, but it does get you a little choked up at the end. Definitely a great movie to see with your mother.
"Les Miserbles " = Very well made movie of a play; even if you do not like the play you can for sureget into the movie. The music is not fantastic, but Ann Hathaways' performance makes you cry.
"Django Unchained" - One of the most controversial movie of the entire year. The movie takes place in the days of slavery in the civil war. A man goes searching for his wife who was taken by a white plantationist played by Leonrado Dicaprio. Will have you luaghing, and never get bored throughout the entire movie.
Doug with News
-Iowa and the Midwest with lots of snow; possibly up to a foot of snow by the night - we will be receiving some of snow soon, but how much and when is always unclear.
-26 Christmas tree's have been displayed in Sandy Hook, Conneticut in honor of those who passed
-Hans Ni, a former New Jersey Wegmans employee, wrote threating emails to Dan and Colleen Wegman and is now sentenced to 5 years in prison.
-$96 million awarded to the Fingers Lake region for various projects
-Marijuana most popular illegal drug for teens still
-Boston University sophomore, Olivia Culpo won Miss Universe 2012 last night
John Krueger from Hep Sales is in studio and we somehow got on the topic of Scensibles little baggies women put their used tampons in so they are not put down the toilet. Krueger jokes he should put them on the shelves at Hep Sales since so many wives are getting tools from their husbands like Wease and Doreen.
Former Wease Show Producer - Charlie Fitzsimons
Pauly asks Charlie the best story of being Wease' producer and he replies with a trip they took to the USA Today Film Critic Awards. The night prior they went to a party with snooty Hollywood people where all Wease and Charlie did was sit on the couch. The snooty people demand they get off the couch and as they do, a gun slides out of Wease' pocket and across the hardwood floor where everyone just stops and stared. Wease reminds us all he had to sneak this gun on a plane, but it was prior 9/11 so a lot more leniant security. Charlie is now a restaurant owner of Black & Blue, TRATA, The Village Bakery and Jojo's.
Comedian Pam Werts
Mark Ippolito and Comedian Pam Werts are in studio discussing an upcoming show at The Comedy Club called "Comedy with Curves". She started by telling Wease all the things he can grow inside his house and vegetables that grow up the wall. She also talks about the all-women comedian show she is participating in on Sunday which Wease loves because to many people mutha hucka female comedians for not being funny.
Steve Abramson from Pace Windows and Doors in studio and Wease is hitting on him I think!! He is telling us how he works out, diets and plays a lot of sports such as lacrosse and "old man" basketball; Wease tells us that since his diet he has been finally able to see his peepee which is a reason in itself for a man to diet.
Dick Trovato and his three sons from Auto Finishers are here talk about their body shop and mechanical work. Wease talks about his friend who is a hot rod nutt and has a jeep with 500 horse power - Wease doesnt understand why people want to go so fast. He tries to understand fast cars, what makes them fast, etc. as the Trovato boys try to teach him but it seems to be a fail. Pauly asks if he will ever have a fridge in his car, which that requires a may.. car. Dick has this car and a fridge in it!!!
Comedian Joe Bronzi calls in from Toronto to talk about First Night of Funny, a comedy show on New Years Eve at the Rochester Auditorium Theater. Wease and Joe talk about Kamasutra positions, and what really turns on Joe is the animal names not positions, like "pouncing puma." Wease schools Joe quick on the other comedians, even telling him about yesterday's guest Vanessa Hollingshead and where she got her last name.
Bob and Sister-in-Law Michelle Youst from Steel River BBQ in studio feeding the crew with Rochester Pasta!! They also tell us that they have "Fred Flinstone" Turkey Legs made with cherry, hickory and smoked wood. But Wease quickly goes off on a tangent and notices Michelle's open ended heart necklace by Jane Seymour. Supposed to symbolize love, Wease says it either looks like a swan taking a dump, or a "W" for Wease!! Leave it to Wease :)
Elaine Delmonte called in to donate a $250 gift certificate to the spa for anyone willing to donate to the hospital. She says it is a perfect last minute gift for guys to get their old ladies, infact Pauly got his girlfriend, Ryan one this year :) Big shocker that Wease and her went off on a tangent about how much they love Rochester. They say there is so much entertainment, great restaurants and everything to do here!
Randy with News
-Trying to "beef-up" gun control laws by cutting out certain loopholes
-Bay Towne Plaza near Tops near Webster is under construction adding new stores, including a Walmrt.
-Salvation Army campaign slowing down
-GM recalling nearly 119,000 trucks because the hoods can fly off suddenly; only a couple complaints so far
-A man dressed as a Super Mario Brother, Damon Torres, was arrested in NYC for feeling up a women in Time Square; he was also arrested on marijuana charges.
Elvio in Studio!!
Elvio always keeps it interesting at the Wease show, and he's keeping us up-to-date on his Daughtry band. What Wease can not believe is how people learn so many lyrics and then can perform all those songs on one night. Elvio says it isnt that difficult, he even see's 6-year-olds singing word for word to their songs. Elvio talks about a duo between him and Chris Daughtry where Elvio plays the piano and they sing "Gone Too Soon." The song is originally about loosing a child at birth, but took on a whole new meaning last Friday after Sandy Hook Elementary. To see the video
Waste Management brought a party with them in studio with Mike DeClerk, Jenna Amering and Paul Artruc (left to right). Wease started with a story about Plowman's wife loosing her tablet a couple months ago and when they tracked it, it said the tablet was at a Waste Management near the airport. Wease says he and Plowman ended up digging through the garbage in the cold and rain - hard to picture Wease doing that!! Waste Management says they're trying to think of garbage in different ways, like their new bagster product. This is a new and innovative way to get rid of depris from home improvement projects. The bags are 8 ft. by 4 ft and can be picked up by Waste Management themselves.
Susan called in from Tedeschi Trucks Band, one of Wease' favorite females in a band! Wease talks to Susan about her singing the national anthem at a couple different games, Jacksonviille Jaguar being the most recent. She says it is one of the most scariest things you can possibly do as a singer because when you screw up everyone will know. She also tells us what a huge sports fan she is and that she even dated a couple pro athletes back in the day before she was married. Susan dated Chuck Knoblach for a couple weeks, the second baseman from the Yankees who had randomly forgotten to throw a baseball one day.
It's always just a more crazy show when Bobby calls in, especially with his story today. Slayton's daughter is a Pussy Cat Doll and while he was on tour, his wife offered up the office to another Pussy Cat Doll to stay in for a little bit. It wouldn't be so bad if she hadn't brought along, what Slayton refers to as "the gayest, cutest, most yippiest pompom pomeranian ever, that yips more than his wife!" Bobby also gave Wease advice on dieting - he said "stop!" Apparently if gluton didn't kill the Italians then it isn't going to kill Wease.
Comedian/Magician Sky Sands is in studio talking about his show at the Comedy Club this weekend. Sands describes to us that being half Jewish and half Cathlic leads everyone to either be offended or disappointed in the end. Sands wife' on the other hand was adopted and just found out that she is full Onondaga Indian which adds a whole new nationality to the mix. Wease loves Sands show and describes one trick where you sign a $1 bill and when you open something later, like a grapefruit, the dollar will magically be there.
Patriot Construction's Jan Brewster in studio with Tools talking about Tools new basement they did. Brewster emphasis' that they work with insurance companies to make payments and renovations a lot easier. They work on siding, roofing and basement renovations.
It's the Young Josh Groban!
Josh Shapiro is in studio and Elvio says he sounds exactly like Josh Groban - his new CD is at Wegmans now and is a cover CD, with a lot of Groban in fact! Wease loves cover songs, but doewsnt understand why some artists don't add their personal touch on it. This lead to a different discussion of Wease' favorite artist, Adele, and what he can't seem to understand is how you become so big you have people writing songs for you! We played his version of Willie Nelson's "You're Always on My Mind"
Michelle Tracey from Tracey Door in studio put in Wease garage door and she is here to finally help Wease out with the screen over his garage door! The first person to donate $500 will get garage door openers in from Tracey Door.
Doug Miller, Elvio, Rich Smith from Verizon and Salvatore Pizzeria owner Sam Fantauzzo (from right to left). Wease talks about how all four guests in studio right now have or still play soccer. Sam loves soccer so much he owns the Lancers, and Wease started thinking if he loved anything that much. Miller talks about how some countries will have players that buy their way onto the team, but here you can't do that. And would you believe that Wease has never been to an outside professional soccer game - only indoors?!
Bath Fitter's Paul Cipro in studio with too tall salesman Ryan McAdam. Everything can be done in one day, which is why it is so perfect to do one bathroom. We called Wease' long lost friend from Philadelphia, Joe Marello, who he had a crazy, drug time with back in the day. Joe says when Wease was working in the U.S. Postal Service he would walk down Philadelphia in SHORTS! he started the short shorts for mailmen. Wease and Joe recaped about their old memories and times they loved.
Syracuse Basketball Coach Jim Boeheim
When Jim called in, he didn't start by telling us how great Syracuse season was - he told Wease how much he wanted his job. He siad once he retires from coaching he's going to need something to do and radio would be perfect! Of course Wease had to talk to him about what Jim said about automtic weapons and how everyone mutha hucka him for saying something!Joim says there are very few cases where a gun in a home is actually going to save a life - it's going to harm more than anything.
Amerks stars in studio, T.J. Brennan and Marcus Foligno tell Wease what it was like to be 16 and a huge star hockey star. Wease is curious what happens when your that young, your peepee is talking to you, and your somwhat seen as "famous."The boys tell Wease how demanding the coaches are and that they have seen players not make it to the NHL because of this certain situation. Marcus tells us about how he was drafted at 15-years-old and his contract payed for Canadian College if he didn't make it to the NHL.
Don Alhart with News
The Wease Show is on Channel 10 and 13 promoting our 24-hour show and Monroe Community Hospital.
Scott Allis and his technician from Miracle Method is here discussing bath tub remodoling and even drinking a nice glass of wine in that new bathtub. They remodel kitchen and bathrooms, tile wall and flooring, etc. This sponsor is the only one who has brought a musician and this musician goes to different floors at Moroe Community Hospital and plays for patients. They revisit old Southern music to teach the musician different guitar styles. The conversation quickly turns to Jesus and how the musician found God when he was 21, on 4/20!!!
Lovin' Cups newlyweds Leslie and Erik Ward in studio and she brought Wease wine . . . Thank Goodness!!! Lovin' Cup is a young, innovative, and creative space in Rochester where they try to stay new and fresh at all times. They are featuring a new entre menu for 2013 and will begin to add a few items before the year. They are putting on the Home Grown Festival on Januray 12 which supports Rochester and everything great about it. Local breweries, restaurants and business' join to support Great Rochester.
Jeff Van Gundy
Jeff called in and Wease and him started by discussing how funny Basketball people have become, and what a great broadcaster Jeff is. They discuss a story in which Van Gundy went too a very sick man's house and gave him a signed basketball, the man is a huge van of Van Gundy. Wease and Gundy turn to MCH and how difficut it is at many other hospitals to get into hospitals and just to be seen by a doctor where MCH tries their very hardest
The official Cam from Cam's Pizzeria, and he brought us 5 large pizza's . . . In Heaven !! Lucky for him his house is at 10 p.m. that means certain swear words are legal to be said on-air and the calls started pouring in! Cam brought Wease a picture from way back in the day of them and talk about how much things, and looks really change. Wease argues with a caller who tries to donate $50 out of his $90 a week paycheck - very very genorous to donate, but Wease couldn't let him give up his money when he needs it.
17 HRS INTO A SHOW & WEASE IS 1.5 HRS BEHIND IN COMMERCIALS - HE DOESNT STOP TALKING!!
Wease, Geez and the Hott Young Squeeze
A women calls in upset about her and her husbands sex life - Wease advises the womens husband to get testosterone pellets, even though "once a week is good enough for her." Her husband then gets on the phone, but is too drunk for Wease to understand
A second caller as Willie what is the likely chance he wants to hook up with Gussie? and apparently Gussie is way too much for Willie to handle
We received a $700 donation from Tommy, a caller, who wants a tattoo from Physical Graffiti of his deceased wife on Tommy's arm. Wease agreed and would be honored!
Frank Russell and his son, Dan from Corn Hill Fine Wine & Spirits in studio and hands full of alcohol. Frank has a brother in Texas, but has an agriculture business in California growing legal marijuana. Dan also did the same exact thing, and continues to grow medical marijuana. What makes the marijuana "medical" is all the tests it has to go through before it can be sold.
The conversation turned to Wease' second love, Adele as we played multiple tracks form her CD. Elvio reminds Wease that she co-wrote these songs, but now she's so rich that she doesnt even need to tour which serious disappoints Wease.
"see any good wooves lately" - Willie says no, but he's looking
"Do you play a musicial instrument?" - too difficult to learn
"Do you ever play the skin flute?" - Willie said sometimes, then Wease explained to him what it was and his answered completely changed
"When is the last time you got laid?" - Wease says 20/30 years because he is a little gay! Whenever a girl hits on Willie, he says he runs because he don't believe em'. E.J. the D.J. says it's just because Willie is too picky. But since he has been on the WEase show, Willie has seen so many boobs!!
Along with Willie is Tony D, owner of Tony D's Pizzeria and many other restaurants! They have joined us at various times throughout today bringing in food, alcohol, stories and plenty of laughs!
Patrick from 3 Days Smoke Shop in studio and perfect timing since Corn Hill's son Dan, the medical marijuana grower, was just in studio. He brought non-nicotine pips, along with electric cigarettes to try - Pauly says the non-nicotine one tastes like Bubble Gum. The entire studio is vapin' right now and they all say it tastes very good, and the upside is none of them smell like smoke! & we ended 3 Days Smoke Shop with good our good old Mellencamp Friday song "Cherry Bomb!"
3 Hours Left !!!!!! We've all given up on our duties, and now just a lot of alcohol is involved.
Shari with News
- Lots of snow this weekend; Bubbi wants Wease to leave a day early for their flight this weekend so they don't get caught up in the snow and miss their flight
- All first person shooting games, like Call of Duty, are asked to cease fire today for Sandy Hook Elementary.
- Also in support of the school shooting there is a 'Moment of Silence' this morning at 9:30 a.m. to remember those who passed.
Geezers' vs. Douchbags -
An awful/disorganized episode won by the Douchbags
WE MADE IT 24 HRS ON THE WEASE SHOW!!!!!! :) HAPPY HOLIDAYS EVERYONE