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Yeah....was waiting for this!!!!!  From Dan Patrick's producer...

 

Join us on The Dan Patrick Show tomorrow with in-studio NYC guests -- actor Jim Parsons and Jose Bautista @JoeyBats19 @dpshow

 

I love it when Jim goes on the Dan Patrick show.  I feel like I learn so much about him as a person when he goes on that show. The only other time I felt that way was when he went on Craig Ferguson.  I can't wait for his Inside the Actor's Studio interview and learn more. 

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Some of the comments on his Instagram posts are so inane. Some are complimentary and kind but some...

 

Personally, I am annoyed that it seems that a lot of the time the people who make the most make idiotic and inane comments on his posts (and others) have "private accounts".  If you feel brave enough to insult someone, be brave enough to have a public account...that's just me though...spent a lovely afternoon huddled in my basement waiting out tornado warnings...no damage, but a whole ton of rain, wind and flooding...

 

Jim's IG post from this evening...

 

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From The Powerhouse Arena...kind of surprised by his clothes...was expecting a shirt and tie, but Phantagrae is right, looks almost like his play clothes...but that's one his uniforms, plaid shirt, jeans and sneakers....

 

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The lovely Jim Parsons hosts a discussion with the wonderful @ryanoconn on his book I'M SPECIAL at @POWERHOUSEArena

 

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I think that's also the ensemble he wore (minus the jacket) on the 2014 Uptown Funk flash mob.

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Personally, I am annoyed that it seems that a lot of the time the people who make the most make idiotic and inane comments on his posts (and others) have "private accounts".  If you feel brave enough to insult someone, be brave enough to have a public account...that's just me though...spent a lovely afternoon huddled in my basement waiting out tornado warnings...no damage, but a whole ton of rain, wind and flooding...

 

Jim's IG post from this evening...

 

 

 

I have heard him say a few times recently that if he could change anything he would get rid of haters on the internet.

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Personally, I am annoyed that it seems that a lot of the time the people who make the most make idiotic and inane comments on his posts (and others) have "private accounts".  If you feel brave enough to insult someone, be brave enough to have a public account...that's just me though...spent a lovely afternoon huddled in my basement waiting out tornado warnings...no damage, but a whole ton of rain, wind and flooding...

 

Jim's IG post from this evening...

 

 

There is nothing wrong with having a private account.  I have an IG account and it is private and only for family and friends.  I do follow Jim Parsons but I don't feel the need to post on his account or anyone else's account unless it is complimentary or an observation.  One other reason for privacy is to stop people I don't know from posting or trying to get in touch with me.  I have had some weird requests (one on Facebook from a guy who obviously was trolling for women) and don't want or need that kind of attention.

 

Unfortunately, although the internet has brought some good things, it has brought out the nastiness of some people who use the anonymity of the internet to vent and spew hatred and whatever.  People say things they would never say if they were face to face with people.  I always tell people be careful on the net.

 

By the way, Jim Parsons looks good in the pictures people have posted.

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Eldest daughter is home for a short visit. She is downstairs watching the Bravo channel and I hear her yelling for me, "Mama, mama, hurry up, it's Jim Parsons!" I run downstairs and catch the preview for Jim's ITAS episode on Thursday. Love this kid

I can't wait to see this final cut.

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Jim's coming up next.  He's in the same clothes from last night - red/blue plaid shirt, jeans and red sneakers.  He looks divine.

 

He needs to start buying custom shirts or buying athletic cut shirts.  The one he is wearing now is too tight and pulls every he moves his arms.  That chest and back...yummmmm.

 

Not sure if he was serious or not, but he said he's taking steroids to save his voice during his Broadway run.  He's got to be doing something, but do steroids help?

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Jim's coming up next.  He's in the same clothes from last night - red/blue plaid shirt, jeans and red sneakers.  He looks divine.

 

He needs to start buying custom shirts or buying athletic cut shirts.  The one he is wearing now is too tight and pulls every he moves his arms.  That chest and back...yummmmm.

 

Not sure if he was serious or not, but he said he's taking steroids to save his voice during his Broadway run.  He's got to be doing something, but do steroids help?

 

If he has asthma or bronchitis he would have a steroid inhaler when he exercises or when he has to talk a lot onstage. Hopefully, he does not have to use it too much. 

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I was thinking maybe it's prednisone or something similar.  It seems to be the "go to" drug for any kind of inflammation lately, so I could see him taking it if his vocal cords are getting inflamed.  Which they should be with all the talking he's been doing!  Also, there's the "side effect" of increased energy.  With all his appearances, in addition to his play, he probably welcomes the boost.   

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