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Archive of Old Threads / ...And Karl Malden makes 6 (2x3)
« on: July 01, 2009, 06:20:03 PM »
Dead from the nose down.....while lying horizontally, of course.

Paranormal - Conspiracy - UFOs - Etc. / Dr. Tess Gerritsen........
« on: April 05, 2009, 01:09:26 PM »
Listening to streamer and just heard this show with Art & a Dr. Tess Gerritsen, and she is a great guest!  (She's probably famous and I'm displaying my cave dweller status)  This was an awesome show/interview and she talked about a wide range of things.  I'd say it's definitely one to listen for if you listen to the stream.  Has anyone read any of her books?  I'm thinking about checking out some and wonder if anyone here has any input.

Random Topics / Reading Minds: The CoastGab Book Club
« on: October 23, 2008, 01:06:30 AM »
The Man In The High Castle by Philip K. Dick

Archive of Old Threads / The Kid From Brooklyn
« on: October 11, 2008, 10:33:24 PM »
I love this guy.  Whether I agree with him or not, he makes me laugh.  It all started with BAT DAY and The Starbucks Rant, and he's produced some pretty gems since.

Archive of Old Threads / Silent Hill
« on: October 09, 2008, 06:48:44 PM »

At least 20% of my life revolves around a single obscure Japanese video game. I'm weird, I know.

Do you mean game, or series?  Are you saying you can spend that much time on SH2?  How long does it take to get all the endings?  I thought it was kind of short, but it's been awhile.  BTW, favorite part - Killing the fat kid. Eddie, or whatever his name was. (Actually, it was seeing P-Head "doing his business" with the nurse or mannequin-thingy, but killing the fat kid came right after - crazy little shit.)

Random Topics / The "I'm watching/just watched *movie title* thread....
« on: September 26, 2008, 05:58:26 PM »
Every time you watch a movie, post the title & year.

Archive of Old Threads / McCain getting "Barack Roll'd"
« on: September 19, 2008, 10:10:00 PM »

Archive of Old Threads / Although many of you may have.......
« on: August 25, 2008, 09:29:31 PM »
......seen this before, I just did for the first time (or can't remember). I thought it was pretty funny.

Plus, there was an episode of South Park on at the same time that featured a debate (or the like) between a Turd Sandwich, and a Giant Douche.  Needless to say, my thoughts went out to you all first as knew that if anyone was gonna appreciate it, you'se all would do it well.

Random Topics / We all like to eat, right?
« on: August 01, 2008, 03:44:39 PM »
Request and/or post all your fantastic food solutions here!

This guy.......

This idiot......

and this douche.....

The picture sent in by "Dawn".  Check it out and anyone tell me if you can make sense of it.  There is a description along with the picture, and I can't make out what I am "supposed" to be seeing.  I don't see anything in the picture that is described, other then the fact that the picture is taken from the corner of a room with an adjoining hall partially in the picture - Am I missing something here, or am I just not "believing" enough?

« on: May 09, 2008, 01:28:35 AM »
Here are 3 site with various J.C. calls with Art, George, Ian, and others
(Note - Click on the links underneath the viewers.  The sites are up)




feel free to add more clips here.

Archive of Old Threads / Something I miss about Toronto.....
« on: May 04, 2008, 02:37:53 AM »
I was just cruising around the Net, and by fluke I found an old haunt. This is a place I used to eat at all the time. It's on the bottom floor of an apartment building located on the North-East corner of an intersection. On the other three corners are: A Jamaican restaurant, a 7-11, and a strip club (Jillys). My friend used to live two floors above this diner, and I spent A LOT of fun times hanging out there in the 90's.  It's called Dangerous Dan's Diner and if you ever go to Toronto, try and check it out.  And check out their funky menu choices on the website.

Here's a picture of their "Coronary Burger"-

Archive of Old Threads / The Bacon Club Chalupa
« on: May 01, 2008, 11:56:20 PM »
I hate Taco Bell, and at 490 calories with 280 from fat they could be considered a form of suicide, but these things are awesome. I won't be eating another one for a while(at least not before the McRib makes it return as the clown prince of sandwiches), but the sweet, sweet memory will live on. On another note, Glenn Beck is a total douche-bag.

Since it seems like this section was getting no love whatsoever, I tried to think of something apropos (to) this subject.

Now I had heard plenty of C2C before I can ever remember learning specifically about the "Ghost 2 Ghost" shows. I stopped listening to it regularly sometime around the year 2000. I may have been aware of it before, but must have forgotten about it over the years.(VERY SPECIAL) Thanks to Mr. Vandeven's streaming efforts, I have been able to take an aural stroll through radio's Garden of Eden once again.

And so my focus turns to the caller driven annual Ghost 2 Ghost shows. I've seen some other posts that illustrate some of the better points of the open-line format; The "Unscreened Callers" thread comes to mind.  However, I'll state plainly that I personally abhor most of the caller driven shows, and most specifically, the Ghost 2 Ghost shows.  Once in awhile on a regular show you get a caller that's funny, i.e. J.C, or a caller that is actually as versed in any particular scientific subject as the guest and asks informed questions or adds a noteworthy piece of data that helps illustrate the topic of discussion.  But when it comes to Ghost 2 Ghost, there is just so many times I can hear calls that turn into "My aunt died at 9:30p.m., and right when I took a bong hit at 9:31, on the other side ir the country, I exhaled, and DUDE!, the smoke came out and formed a perfect  picture of my aunt! It was awesome."  Or "I really loved my dog and missed him so much after he died. Well one night, about 5 years after he died, I was really missing him. I was sleeping and I all of a sudden this warm feeling came over me.  I started to wake up and realized I felt a presence in the room with me.  I looked down and there was my schnauzer Mr. Wiggles, or at least his spirit, and he was   :o Romancing :o my leg just like the old days.  I just remember feeling so loved at that moment".  These kind of calls drove/drive me up the wall and make me dread hearing that announcement from Art at the beginning of every show. Now I know that not every show can cater to every type of taste, and this is definitely the case with me and Ghost 2 Ghost. I much preferred the E.V.P. shows as far as paranormal subject matter went.

It'd be nice to hear what others think about Ghost 2 Ghost; Likes, Dislikes, Memorable Moments or Callers, etc.

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