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Did she ever reply to that? Probably too shocked wondering why that set him off!

No I can't find anything.

I think Jim reacted cause he felt it was a judgemental comment towards the theatre, and him being a part of that business he took it personal and therefor made a defence. But yeah it came off a bit harch.. he could have just insured her that the sheeps were doing well or something.

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Let me tell you a story: When I was 22, I somehow decided it was a good idea to share a rental house with my then-boyfriend who was a die-hard vegan. I genuinely gave it a try even though I myself am a die-hard carnivore raised in Texas where BBQ is practically a religion. (Kind of like some other people we might know.) 

 

When I say he was a die-hard vegan I mean that he could not go more than a few minutes without lecturing me on my choice of food at a restaurant (or at home), my choice of clothing, my use of any product bought in any store anywhere, or any movie or TV show that involved cute little sheep or any other animals for that matter.

 

Needless to say, we used to fight every day. (Not all of these fights were over the animal rights issue. The one and only time police were involved it was over a screen door.) But the final straw that drove me out of the house for good began with a frozen chicken bought from the local supermarket and a seemingly innocent comment about the conditions of chicken pens and ended with my basically swinging a whole chicken directly at his head.

 

The moral of the story is that occasionally when carnivorous Texans who just want to eat some damn chicken (or attend a nice drama-free Christmas show with their families) live or work with vegans for extended periods of time (and no I am not pointing fingers here) and have to listen to them, they do eventually snap and this girl is very lucky there were not any heavy frozen meats nearby!

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Charlie O'Brien Morning Show

Jim Parsons counts down the biggest songs of the 60's on The "Shake, Rattle, Showtime New Years Special." New Years Eve at 8pm and again New Years Day at noon!

https://m.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=614090265386250&id=216206561841291&set=a.216465481815399.46036.216206561841291&refid=13

 

This is like the weirdest event to participate in....  He wasn't even born in the 60's  

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Oohhh.. see I thought it was weird for him to participate in. But thinking since he's been doing pretty much everything this fall it was possible. He no longer surprises me with his new projects. Haha

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No worries, when I do a Google search I tend to get a bunch of "imposter" Jim's pop up.  However, Jamie, the stuff you do tend to find is amazing, you've got skills, girl.

 

BTW, I keep watching the flash mob.  Jim at 3:00, when it's just the guys..massive puddle of goo.

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No worries, when I do a Google search I tend to get a bunch of "imposter" Jim's pop up. However, Jamie, the stuff you do tend to find is amazing, you've got skills, girl.

Thank you :girlhide:

I figured better to post too much rather than hesitate and post too little risking us missing out on anything. Should have not been in such a hurry on this one though :suicide: haha

Now it makes me laugh thinking of Jim sitting in Detriot, counting down songs from the 60's, hahaha. What a lame way to spend NYE [emoji14]

I know he likes music but that's not even a big DJ or anything lol....

We know he likes to try new things but that would have been a big downgrade for him (no offensive to that Detroit DJ by the same name)

He was guest DJ on KCRW two years ago though :) it's one of my favorite radio segments with him. It feels so intimate!

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Now it makes me laugh thinking of Jim sitting in Detriot, counting down songs from the 60's, hahaha. What a lame way to spend NYE :p

No, the lamest way to spend New Year's Eve is how I've spent it the past 6 years - working!  I'm in Tech Sales so we have to close any remaining deals on the table and some of them go until 11:59pm, then I have to wait and make sure they are booked by Order Entry.  If they close, ok, I get commission, if they don't, I just get a pissed off husband for yet another year we can't do anything. 

 

Ok, on to positive thoughts - Jim dancing, Jim dancing....

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He was guest DJ on KCRW two years ago though :) it's one of my favorite radio segments with him. It feels so intimate!

 

I love that one, too.  Was stoked to find that he loved The Pixies, and classical music and Steely Dan and....   We have so much in common in addition to our taste in music.

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So, I'm just now catching up, since I've been hanging with the family most of the time since last week. I have until Saturday here with my sister, then back to ABQ, then a long drive back home, so I'm still off and on with reading and posting.

Thanks for all the info and heads up on Jim's IG posting and the flash mob video--which, of course, is FANTASTICO!!!!! :)

I love that whenever he lifts his arms really high, you can catch a glimpse of his side...and that booty shaking is phenomenal. Now I can see that Intel "Macarena" as sort of a prelude of better things to come! I love the parts where they do those quick running steps, and of course, the little solo with just the guys. Jim looks like he was so into it and having fun. I'm really glad he didn't shy out of participating this year.

I've watched it twice so far. So far. :p

Btw, I don't think he was all that angry at that girl about the sheep, just a little miffed, you know. Maybe in defense of the theater and the production, but also being basically truthful--don't criticize what you don't know.

Anyway, I love all the recent pics. :)

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He was guest DJ on KCRW two years ago though :) it's one of my favorite radio segments with him. It feels so intimate!

 

I love that one, too.  Was stoked to find that he loved The Pixies, and classical music and Steely Dan and....   We have so much in common in addition to our taste in music.

 

 

I love the segment because it has great music, shows he is thoughtful and sensitive and confirms some other thoughts about him as well. One of my favorites!

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Charlie O'Brien Morning Show

Jim Parsons counts down the biggest songs of the 60's on The "Shake, Rattle, Showtime New Years Special." New Years Eve at 8pm and again New Years Day at noon!

I know I have posted this before, but reading the above made me think of Jim rocking it out like this:

 

Of course we all know better now that he can really move and groove.  Rawr! 

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