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Friday, May 5, 2017

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KINY 103.5 FM Kake, Online KINY 103.5 FM Kake Radio internet, KINY 103.5 FM Kake USA Radio That's Paul. LUCY: Hmm. Yeah. Thank you. Sorry. So we've got the Coney Island project. I'd like to stir up some publicity if we could. Yes, very nice. I'm... I'm working on endorsements from local merchants. Hmm. Any thoughts, George? Yes, we were working on some ideas there. Hiya. I thought that was a terrific meeting. We should have more meetings like that. Pathetic. What's pathetic? You. I know what you're doing. I am not doing anything. You think if you come in late and spit on the boss that will get you fired? Not in this company. Chris. CHRIS: George. George, I have an ulcer. I don't sleep well, mostly because you keep calling me at night. If you don't call me, I dream you're gonna call me. I think about you in the shower, not in a good way... but in an I'm-so-distracted-I-can't- remember-if-I washed-my-hair way. So I wash my hair twice. So I have a hole in my stomach, I am running out of shampoo... and today is the first time in my life I did not give percent on the job... and I hate that feeling! I won't call after hours. You will, George! You know you will. Yeah, I will. I just don't think we can see each other professionally anymore. All right. Stay until you find a replacement. Train him up for a couple of weeks, then you can go to Slurpee Heaven. Thank you! I promise I will find you somebody amazing. Somebody better than me because I'm not even any good. No. A glorified ambulance chaser. Thank you. [LUCY SIGHS] [CLANGING] LUCY: I got it. It's just my earring. Ah! Ah! Ow! My hair! GEORGE: That's my overpriced belt. LUCY: Just get it off! Howard. Join us. We were just brainstorming. Lucy? LUCY: Yes. I was thinking it might be a good idea to do a photo op at the build site... where George would be in the... George in the foreground, pointing up to the sky... like this. Yes. Then I thought I could take my belt off, as if to say, let's get to work! LUCY: Right. Right-o. GEORGE: On behalf of Wade Corporation, I thank the Community Board... for giving us the opportunity to work with you on this project. And we look forward to seeing all of you at the groundbreaking. I did well with those eight people. I thought you were fantastic. MAN: This way, Mr. Wade. Just Mr. Wade. Oh. PHOTOGRAPHER: More. Great. Can we go now? Absolutely. I just want to say hello to my folks. Your folks? Excuse me. Hello. LARRY: Honey. LUCY: Hi. New coat? I like it. LUCY: Thanks. What a wonderful surprise! We finally meet after all this time. George Wade. Mrs. Kelson, I presume. What a pleasure. Yeah. Well, I can certainly see where Lucy gets her stare from. I'm Larry. It's a pleasure to meet you. Thanks, Larry. Same here. Thank you for letting Lucy quit. It certainly made our week. Great pleasure. We should get back to the office. Come on! Have some cake. We can't. We're two blocks from the apartment. You live around here? Sure. What a charming coincidence. It won't be charming... once you block out the sun with this condo-hotel monstrosity! We will have a sun deck. That's something, isn't it? GEORGE: I can't tell you how much I appreciate your support on this. LARRY: At least you're keeping the community center. Unless you're willing to reconsider the entire project. GEORGE: That won't happen. It is over million in profits. RUTH: It's immoral that any human being should acquire that much wealth. I don't know how you sleep at night. GEORGE: I have a machine that simulates the ocean. RUTH: Oh, God. LUCY: You're not helping yourself. LARRY: Do those really work? GEORGE: Yes. LUCY: I used to come up here when I was a kid. My special place. Yes, well, every kid needs one. I had a small one-bedroom on Park and st. Well, that's so very Oliver Twist. Times were hard. But you know what? We were happy. Didn't have a view as good as this. LUCY: It's great, isn't it? I used to take up some ice cream and my Carole King tape... and look at the neighborhood. It's amazing what you could see. At night, the building went downstairs. The fathers stood on one corner. The mothers stood on the other. Kids would just ride their bicycles around. As you can see, not much has changed.

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