George noory announces show topics that appear interesting to different groups of people but the shows themselves end up nowhere related to anything near the topic of the actual shows. I have learned my lesson, every single time with no exaggeration, every single time there has been a topic that george has hosted that seemed interesting was completely hijacked and the show became something that had nothing at ALL, related to the original topic. This is every single show almost. This is why I am sick of George Noory, I think this sums up why everyone is sick of him. His show topics never have anything to do with what he actually ends up talking about. I dont care if he has some sort of mental problem, I have no sympathy for him for murdering my most favorite show. I hope no one does.
You're absolutely right. The shows are excruciatingly boring these days. In fact, the only show in recent memory that I can say I enjoyed was the show George Knapp did on the missing people in Northern Nevada.
It used to be that George Knapp or Ian would have interesting topics or guests but lately I feel that even these have become dull, dull, dull. Witness George Knapp's guest this last Sunday. Or Ian's show last Saturday with some cop. What I noticed most about that was that he kept saying, "Interesting . . . interesting . . . interesting" on and on like he'd caught echolalia from stupid Noory.
Noory himself is just too stupid to be believed and all of his banal comments and questions drive me nuts anymore. Someone else on this forum--I don't remember who--mentioned this recently: that in the Big Snore's opening at the beginning of every show, he says that Los Angeles is off the Pacific Coast. Well, no, it's not off
the Pacific coast, it's actually ON
the Pacific coast. Duh. And now this irritates me, too.
Addis0n, you also mentioned Art's classic shows . . . I had the same feeling earlier this summer. One day while eating lunch I listened to a download of the Alien in the Freezer show and, what with all the horribly boring shows from the new C2C in the last few months, the comparison I made in my own mind between Art's shows and what the C2C shows have become . . . well, it's unbelievable how really, really bad they've become.
I'm thoroughly sick of the Big Snore-on, too.