We’re back with a mid-summer show! How’s your summer going? Ours is busy with new jobs and staying cool in the heat.
We have a new guest popping in for this show, Opal Proudlove. Scott’s wife felt the show needed a female voice again. Who knows? Maybe we can talk her into coming for another one after the post traumatic stress clears up from this one? Everybody send her fan mail and maybe we can convince her to come back for another!
Jerry Nelson, Voice of The Count from Sesame Street Passes Away at 78 …. 78 Glorious years…Mwah ha ha ha! <Thunder sound>
Jerry Nelson, voice of many of our favourite characters from Sesame Street and other Jim Henson muppets passed away on August 23, 2012. Lisa Henson, CEO of The Jim Henson Company said in a statement: ‘Jerry Nelson imbued all his characters with the same gentle, sweet whimsy and kindness that were a part of his own personality. He was forced to retire from operating Muppet characters in 2004, but continued to voice the Count until his death.
New Mafia Based Cartoon to be based in Regina – Al Capone Eat your Heart Out!
Called Fugget About It, the show follows the misadventures of Jimmy and his family when they’re relocated from New York to Regina after Jimmy throws his mob boss out of a 19th floor window. One of the shows creators, Willem Wennekers, is a Calgary native who studied at the University of Regina’s film and video department. The show is slated to premier in the Fall of 2012.
Canadian Legislation restricting wine from being shipped across provincial borders to be updated – Wine Snobs Rejoice in the Street!
Bill-C311 amends the 1928 Importation of Intoxicating Liquors Act, decriminalizing direct-to-home interprovincial wine sales in quantities deemed reasonable for personal consumption. Since the original article was researched, the bill was passed and personal consumption amount of wine are allowed to be shipped inter-provincially.
Kytephone makes your child’s Android safe – No more stalker or sexting worries about little Johnny!
A locked loader for Android phones makes the phone kid safe and parent friendly. Loaded with password lockouts for any application, number texting and calling (both incoming and outgoing), and GPS tracking. Designed for kids, the interface is easy for parents to manage, and has it’s own website management console.
Sorry to all of our listeners for nothing new lately. It is summer so both Jess and myself are very busy. We are trying to get together soon for a “mid season” podcast to keep your digital crock pot addiction satisfied until the new season starts in full.