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Dyeing pit hair

Tuesday, Dec, 2 2014

Dyeing armpit hair.
Could it become the new 'thing' for women in 2015?

Apparently it is already a thing at a salon in Seattle. I'll have the story on the Tuesday PhilCast.

Yes ladies, time to not only let that armpit hair grow out, but then, as you can see from the pictures, dye it some bright color.

Honestly, what next?

They say it's 'empowering' to do it.

Um, not so much really.

posted by: Phil Cianciola 19 month(s) ago Comment On This Post

Wonderful Life Cast List

Sunday, Nov, 30 2014

We're getting closer and there's lots of buzz now about the PhilCast doing "It's a Wonderful Life" LIVE on Friday, Dec. 12th.

People have been asking me about the casting, so I thought I would post a complete cast list here.

It’s a Wonderful Life—Cast List
Live from Outer Edge Stage, Appleton, WI Friday, Dec. 12th, 3:00-5:00

Rich Ratay as George Bailey
Frank O'Dwyer as Clarence
Carol Patrizi as Mary Hatch-Bailey
Steve Barber as The Superintendent
Bob Salm as Uncle Billy
Phil Cianciola as Mr. Potter & Nick the Bartender
Mary Schmidt as Ma Bailey
Kathy Keene as Violet Bick
Handy Andy Smith as Officer Bert & Impatient Neighbor
Luke Sampe as Ernie the Cabbie
Appleton Mayor Tim Hanna as Pop Bailey
Gary Brilowski as Sam Wainwright
Rick McNeal as Mr. Gower
Pippa as Mrs. Hatch & Mrs. Davis, shareholder
Joe Meulemans as Harry Bailey
Dave Edwards as Your Announcer
Rudy Gilardi as Mr. Martini
Dean Juliar as Charlie the shareholder
Mary Rhode as Cousin Tilly & Zuzu
Justin Hull as Young George Bailey
Rick Schuh as Toll-Taker
Erin Davisson as Janie Bailey & Cousin Eustace
Peter Prickett as Dr. Campbell
Outagamie Co. Executive Tom Nelson as Mr. Welsh
Dave Wick as Bank Teller & Jimmy the Bird
Clark Howard as Carter, bank examiner
Rainer Ratay as Petey Bailey
Mike Kemmeter as Randy, shareholder & the sheriff
Susan Schema as Mrs. Thompson, shareholder
Reggie as Eddy, shareholder

posted by: Phil Cianciola 19 month(s) ago Comment On This Post

WSEA "Cianciola by the Sea"

Friday, Nov, 28 2014


Black Friday and it's cold and snowing and feeling more like January than November.
Having the day off today (plus having no interest in shopping with the masses) it leaves me plenty of time to further my plans for the future of the PhilCast on WSEA radio.

If you haven't heard me talking about it, "The Sea", WSEA is the name of the radio station I want to create in Fort Myers, Florida, where I do my afternoon sea shelling show Tuesdays through Thursdays, my work week there as owner and general manager.

My station's official logo will look something like this throwback sea shell show banner from the 40's on Sanibel Island, which happens to be where I live while running WSEA, "The Sea" radio.

Yep, I've got it all figured out in my mind.

In addition to my shelling show, which features callers talking all about their shell discoveries on the beach on any given day, programming will also inlclude a fishing show with a boat captain, talking about the daily catch.

Then there will be a restaurant show featuring cooking that latest catch from the Gulf.

We'll run surf reports instead of traffic reports. "Weather on the Whatevers" is what I'll call my forecast segments, because the weather is always nice and it doesn't matter if you do forecasts on the 10's, 20's, 5's...nope, it's "Weather Whenever" on WSEA! (We'll just not worry about the occasional hurricane)

Mixed in will be beach music with a touch of reggae as well.
Our official station jingle will have sounds of the surf underneath the group of people singing the call letters.

Of course I already have the best name I could for myself on-air, but I'd change Cianciola to SEAanciola.

Like I said, I've got it all planned out. WSEA "The Sea" already exists in my mind.

Now I just need to get Woodward Radio to buy a station down there so I can put my plan into motion!

posted by: Phil Cianciola 19 month(s) ago Comment On This Post

Happy Thanksgiving

Tuesday, Nov, 25 2014

Happy Turkey Day Weekend!

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The ugly Christmas tree

Monday, Nov, 24 2014

So there it is....

The Christmas tree the city put up in Reading, PA that residents think is so ugly it should be replaced.

I guess the tree is pretty dangly, but hey, it was a last-minute replacement.

I do think part of the problem here is the half-assed job of putting lights on the tree.

Finish the tree Reading, PA...more lights. That would certainly help.

They're collecting money now to replace their Charlie Brown tree.

This will be one of the stories I discuss on the Monday PhilCast show in the second hour after Pack Yak from 3-4.

....discussing while it sounds like it will be snowing 4-6 inches outside the Woobie Weather Window!

posted by: Phil Cianciola 19 month(s) ago Comment On This Post

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