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u/jaxmodbot · 1 pointr/jacksonville


Comedian Sebastian Maniscalco 🖼️


Sun, Dec 30, 2018 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm


Times Union Center [📍]( Union Center+300 Water St+Jacksonville+FL)

300 Water St

Jacksonville, FL 32202


On the heels of a wildly successful start to 2018, comedian, actor, author Sebastian Maniscalco kicks off the fall leg of his blockbuster “Stay Hungry” international tour. The tour will make its way across the US and Canada with stops in Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Vancouver and Calgary. Maniscalco recently wrapped the spring leg of his tour with five sold-out shows at New York’s iconic Radio City Music Hall. People Magazine’s “The comedian’s comedian” broke the historic venue’s record with his appearances ranking him the highest grossing comedy weekend in their 85+ year history. Fans around the world hungry to see the performance will get their chance as the set was filmed for an upcoming Netflix special to air later this year. Details will be announced soon.

The tour title is appropriate as not only is “Stay Hungry” the name of his new 2018 book for Simon & Schuster, making the national best-sellers list, but it is also his personal motto.


2018 will also see Maniscalco expand his major motion picture portfolio to include roles in “TAG,” starring alongside Jon Hamm, Ed Helms and Jeremy Renner as well as “Green Book” with Oscar-winner Mahershala Ali, Linda Cardellini and Viggo Mortensen. Already hungry for 2019, Maniscalco will join a star-studded cast that includes Robert DeNiro, Al Pacino, Joe Pesci and more in Martin Scorcese’s upcoming film “The Irishman.”

Sebastian has made a deal with Lionsgate to develop a multi-generational comedy he will executive produce, cowrite with Austen Earl (The Great Indoors) and star in. Inspired by his stage routines, which touch on his Italian American family the script will follow two families from different worlds celebrating their first summer holiday together.

Maniscalco was included on Forbes’ 2017 list of “The World’s Highest Paid Comedians” where they praised, “thanks to his enthusiasm and willingness to work, Maniscalco will likely continue to be on Forbes’ list for years to come.” Dubbed “one of the hottest comics” by Newsday and “one of the funniest comics working stand-up today” by Esquire, Sebastian’s live performance has become a critically-acclaimed event, with the Los Angeles Times raving, “onstage, there’s an impatience to Maniscalco’s delivery as well, a hair-trigger exasperation with people and modern life, punctuated with baffled expressions, percussive thumps on the microphone and wide-swung leg kicks more associated with an Olympic speed-skater than a stand-up comic.”

Instead of asking questions – a theme that has served as the foundation for his previous comedy specials and shows like Aren’t You Embarrassed? and Why Would You Do That? – Maniscalco’s new tour has the affable performer instead encouraging fans to follow in his footsteps and “stay hungry.”

Check out his larger than life animated comedy style that elevated him to the top of his game

Visit: / For Tickets Call 800-745-3000 / Tickets start at $39.75, See website for details

Fall 2018 Stay Hungry Tour:

Sept. 8 Greek Theatre – Los Angeles, CA

Sept. 13 Wells Fargo Center – Philadelphia, PA

Sept. 14 F.M. Kirby Center – Wilkes-Barre, PA

Sept. 15 Palace – Albany, NY

Sept. 21 Masonic – San Francisco, CA

Sept. 22 Vina Robles Amphitheatre – Paso Robles, CA

Sept. 27 Riverside – Milwaukee, WI

Sept. 28 State – Minneapolis, MN

Sept. 29 Weidner Center – Green Bay, WI

Oct. 7 Colosseum at Caesars Palace – Las Vegas, NV

Oct. 12 First Ontario Centre – Hamilton, ON

Oct. 13 Casino Rama – Rama, ON

Nov. 2 Mohegan Sun Arena – Uncasville, CT

Nov. 9 Bass – Austin, TX

Nov. 10 Majestic – Dallas, TX

Nov. 11 Cullen – Houston, TX

Nov. 16 Meyerhoff – Baltimore, MD

Nov. 17 Carolina Theatre – Durham, NC

Nov. 18 Fox – Atlanta, GA

Nov. 23 Barbara B. Mann – Ft. Myers, FL

Nov. 30 Northern Jubilee Auditorium – Edmonton, AB

Dec. 1 Southern Jubilee Auditorium – Calgary, AB

Dec. 2 Queen Elizabeth Theatre – Vancouver, BC

Dec. 27 BB&T Center – Sunrise, FL

Dec. 28 Straz – Tampa, FL

Dec. 29 Walt Disney Theater – Orlando, FL

Dec. 30 Moran Theatre – Jacksonville, FL


^^source: ^^ Calendar

u/2toneDL · 3 pointsr/jacksonville

whew, what a long read! 2,800+ words. in this day and age of tweeting and snapchat, that's like a book! something caught my attention though,

> Dennis told WJCT he was slowly and carefully working toward a resolution. “If I’m going to go out there and be an advocate and help change the culture, I want to go with facts. I don’t want to go with emotions or perceptions, but facts,” he said.

> Eventually, Dennis filed a bill that he said is meant to incentivize independent city authorities like JEA to hire more non-white employees. Currently, just under 17 percent of JEA’s workforce is African-American, while the census puts the black population in Jacksonville above 30 percent.

> Dennis said the intent of his proposal is to “embarrass” companies into hiring more people of color by forcing them to present their demographic reports to the City Council every year around budget time. The measure doesn’t mention penalties or punishment for not meeting diversity goals.

if i had one question for Councilman Dennis i'd ask, what factual evidence do you have that the number of blacks who desire to work for JEA--not just those who are merely seeking employment, anywhere, but those truly would desiring to work for a local utility--represents approximately 30% of the JEA's workforce needs?

if i had two questions, my follow up would be, since the opposite side of the coin of underrepresentation is overrepresentation, how would you handle overrepresentation in other companies?

the subtitle from linguist John McWhorter's, even longer but more substantive, article titled, What’s Holding Blacks Back? is profound: It’s black attitudes, not white racism, that’s to blame. it's a great read and i encourage others to spend the time reading it, or any of McWhorter's thoughts on race. in this article, and his book Losing the Race: Self-Sabotage in Black America (another great read i highly recommend), he states three elements hold blacks back in this modern age: victimology, separatism, and anti-intellectualism. i'd argue concerns of underrepresentation and the need for diversity fall square between victimology and separatism. i'd further argue Councilman Dennis, despite likely good intentions, exacerbates the problem with proposals to embarrass companies into hiring the "right" mixture of people. economists Thomas Sowell and Walter Williams provide great insight into the negative impact of representation for diversity's sake--high failure rates. diversity quotas at JEA won't necessarily result in failures; however, it most certainly won't match people with the position most appropriate for them.

that said, any racially discriminative practices found within JEA certainly requires attention, but nothing less and most certainly nothing more.

u/jbiz · 1 pointr/jacksonville

I tried the same thing last week for a party. I found some stuff on amazon but it was out of stock. Ended up having a friend in Chicago ship me some peppers and relish.

Looks like some stuff is back in stock:

u/jaxposts · 4 pointsr/jacksonville

I'm sorry for the loss in your family. On top of any other suggestions:

If you're not politically opposed to them (please forgive me if you are) I would suggest a handgun along with full proper safety training and a few sessions at the practice range.

Also at night a door jammer on any doors that lead outside and open inwards. These are also very important on sliding glass doors but you can always just throw a sturdy pole/pipe in the track of these. Anything that slides is incredibly easy and quiet to open with a bit of force.

Remind her to close any curtains or blinds once the sun goes down and keep the porch light on.

u/darctones · 4 pointsr/jacksonville

Not OP, but...

Wikipedia is a good place to start

The most common book is by Randazzo (UF) The Geology of Florida.

Geologic History of Florida: Major Events that Formed the Sunshine State is a bit more speculative but the graphics are more refined.

USGS has a lot of information on the geology and the SJRWMD has a lot of information on the hydrogeology hgdb.

It can be overwhelming. The important thing to note that we sit on-top of 500 ft or so of marine deposits, most of which are interbedded sand/clay, called the Hawthorne Group. It serves as the confining layer for the floridan aquifer. Some hydrogeologist call it the intermediate aquifer, most drillers call it “salt and pepper”. Most single family and irrigation well are here.

Below that is the mostly limestone floridan aquifer. The top 500-ish ft is the upper aquifer, mostly competent ocala limestone, followed by a semi-confining layer, then about 500 ft of the lower aquifer, mostly avon park. This formation is usually fractured and vuggy (voids) and very productive. It is also the source of saline upconing. Most municipal wells are dual zone, drilled through both. But, the new school of thought is more wells with less flow each that isolate one zone (upper or lower, not both).

Below that is another confining layer and then the highly saline fernandina formation. It’s not very thick, 50-100 ft, and not really a practical water source.

The floridan recharges in the center of the state, gainesville area, and south georgia. South of central florida it’s very saline and the biscayne aquifer outcrops. West is saline from drowned karst in the gulf.

u/KyotoDesertFox · 3 pointsr/jacksonville

Does it have to be local?

New Wave Envrio Products BPA Free Bottle, 5-Gallon

I think it's Prime eligible so Two Day Shipping.

u/Blutroyale-_- · 2 pointsr/jacksonville

uhhh, check it out, it's stupid simple to put Dynamat in your car yourself, they come as "self-adhesive" panel. All you would need to do, is take off your door panel, which is incredibly simple, once you do that, you then put the Dynamat panel behind the speaker placement, it's that simple.

Step one: order some Dynamat

Step two: Youtube (if you don't already know how) how to remove your car model door panel

Step three: Apply Dynamat (video of how to)

Honestly, I speak from experience from installing this before myself, it's very simple, and i didn't use anywhere near the amount they show in the video; my audio setup in my truck at the time was pretty beastly; and i never had any vibration.

u/apcolleen · 1 pointr/jacksonville

I live by Sandalwood (north of UNF) and I had to get a shower water filter because I live by the chlorination plant. I couldn't get my hair clean

u/JvilleJD · 3 pointsr/jacksonville

You can get 100 gallon bags that you fill in your bath tub if you need drinkable water.


u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/jacksonville

Southeast Orthopedic specialist in Ponte Vedra, can't remember the doctors name but he operates on a lot of athletes. BUT. My husband bought this book right before he was suppose to get his surgery and actually healed his shoulder. Dodged a surgery!!

u/themadgreek187 · 6 pointsr/jacksonville

This works well. I've used it before. Actually this might be different cause it was cheaper

WaterBOB Emergency Drinking Water Storage (100 Gallons)

u/bstkeptsecret89 · 2 pointsr/jacksonville

BH Lot of 50 Emergency Mylar Blankets - 84" x 52"

This what I usually buy. For $25 it’s not too bad.

u/jmanpc · 1 pointr/jacksonville

You can get them just about anywhere. Put them throughout the house behind furniture, in cabinets. And in other places you'd expect roaches. They are irresistible to roaches and kill them quickly. Only downside is when you look at them you can see where the roaches have been munching on them and it's kinda disconcerting hahaha.

u/jjmiller1980 · 2 pointsr/jacksonville

I'm paying for the 50 Mbps internet from Comcast, and I've had no problems. When I do speed tests online, I generally score around 55 Mbps down.

One thing to look at is your modem. My brother had this problem where he was paying for the fast internet, but was using a DOCSIS 2 modem. To get the high speeds, you really need a DOCSIS 3 modem. It took him from around 8 Mbps to 50+. You can get them for around $60 (This is the one I use)

u/shallah · 1 pointr/jacksonville

A sourced collection of quotes from the Demonbuster herself:

>"We welcome homosexuals, devil worshippers, New Agers, those who believe in the ministry of inclusion and any other beliefs or religions to the war room. Just know where you are going...into the midst of a community of believers that are radical for Jesus Christ. We welcome your comments and concerns but please know that if they do not line up...we will tear them down! Just as antichrist spirits rule in their arenas with programs such as The View and CNN News, we will rule in the dominion Christ has called us to reign in. People calls these views liberal...we call them antichrist. " - from,

>"At Spoken Word Ministries, we have church members who have had sex changes, participated in high-level occult rituals, witnessed shape-shifting (the changing of human beings into animals), and many other sinful problems."

Kim Daniels, page 11, Delivered To Destiny (Charisma House, 2005)

>"Many may ask this question: "Did the devil or God cause the destruction in Haiti?" The answer is both! Because of broken covenants with God and a dark covenant with the devil, God allowed it, just as He sent a lying spirit to the mouths of the prophets in 2 Chronicles 18:20-22"

Kim Daniels, January 20, 2010, Charisma magazine blog post, The Disaster in Haiti