The GloucesterCast Podcast Episode 3

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  • Joey Ciaramitaro – creator of Good Morning Gloucester and co-owner of Gloucester MA Captain Joe and Sons lobster company
  • Kenny MacCarthy – creator of The Cut Bridge and Gloucester MA real estate agent guru

Joey and Kenny discuss Gloucester / Cape Ann:

  • Gloucestercast statistics from episode 1 and 2
  • Joey’s Estrogen Filled Trip To NYC
  • Valentines Day and The Clampon
  • GMG/ Farm Bar and Grill DTF Burger Challenge February 24th
  • Dangerous Dick
  • Kenny’s Local Real Estate Segment
  • i4c2 and Birdseye
  • Kenny’s Vegetable powered Volvo
  • Upcoming Events

Joey’s Twitter Username @Joey_C

Kenny’s Twitter Username @glosta

Kenny’s Facebook Page

Episode 3 link mentions:

Art Haven February Vacation Programs February 21-25
Sista Felicia and Roselle From Glazed Will Be Teaming Up For A Fun Springtime Basket Project
Boston Derby Dames Calendar Shot At Captain Joe and Sons- December Available At The First Bout of The Season February 26th

Please write in with comments, podcast ideas or things you would like to hear about in the next Episode of The GloucesterCast.  We value your feedback.

Thanks from Joey and Kenny

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  • Ok, that was hilarious. Crampon. What did you think a Crampon was Joey? Hmm. Shoot, where are my notes, the thing went on for an hour and I had all these questions.

    Kenny and a bathroom scale as a Valentine’s gift has to be a classic. If I run into him 50 years from now I will still think, “this dude gave a bathroom scale as a Valentine’s gift.”

    Wait, with a little googling I found it:

    Kenny was in trouble. He forgot Valentine’s Day. His wife was
    really pissed.

    She told him “Tomorrow morning, I expect to find a gift in the
    driveway that goes from 0 to 200 in 6 seconds AND IT BETTER BE THERE !!”

    The next morning he got up early and left for work. When his wife woke
    up, she looked out the window and sure enough there was a box
    gift-wrapped in the middle of the driveway.

    Confused, the wife put on her robe and ran out to the driveway, brought
    the box back in the house.

    She opened it and found a brand new bathroom scale.

    Kenny has been missing since Friday.


    • Problem is, I still don’t understand the problem with it. I mean, I UNDERSTAND and wouldn’t do it again (honest to God I wouldn’t!) but … Never mind. (BTW we still have the scale. And it’s 5lbs off.)


      • I had this whole thing about gift giving explained to me by a member of the fairer sex long ago. I think it might have been right after I had a cookbook bounced off my head.

        Valentine’s gifts carry big messages. They should never be “useful”. Here are a couple of subliminal messages that useful gifts convey if given on VD day.

        Vacuum Cleaner: you are a slob.
        Cookbook: you can’t cook.
        Any kind of kitchen appliance: you can’t cook, maybe this will help.
        Bathroom Scale: you’re fat and getting fatter.
        Ice Scraper: I’m tired of scraping your car off.
        I think I can come up with similar subliminal messages for just about anything useful. I stick to flowers and earrings. For Christmas some useful gifts can be put under the tree but a bathroom scale or a vacuum cleaner should never make the cut. May as well put a gym membership under there if you really want to die.


  • Applause! And more applause! Love this installment! You two are great! Thanks for all your efforts!


  • Great job once again.


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