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He's gotta be a put on. Nobody would seriously give such a gormless floorshitter a national radio show heard on 500 stations.

He's taking calls right now and Barry one of the regulars gets on and all I heard was Barry talking about saxophone players, the earlier guest was an author who's written a book about Buddy Holly. Of course George has nothing to say about saxophone players because George has managed to spend almost 70 years on this planet without any real interests in anything. So the best he can come up with in response to Barry before cutting him off is 'TOO BAD BARRY YOU DON'T LIVE NEAR EVERETT WASHINGTON. IF YOU DID YOU COULD HAVE COME TO OUR LIVE SHOW AND HAD SOME FUN.'

LOL WTF what an asshole 'TOO BAD BARRY YOU'RE OLD AND IN POOR HEALTH BARELY GETTING BY ON SOCIAL SECURITY. IF YOU WEREN'T YOU COULD BE ON A CRUISE OR AT SOME RESORT IN THE CARIBBEAN.'

He's always presenting himself as this caring generous soul. How about spending 500 dollars and giving Barry a treat by bringing him to your shitty show you self indulgent cretin?

LOL it's amazing, as I'm typing he's got some very old lady on and of course he has to tell her about how he gives money to street people and how much he enjoys seeing their faces when they take his money.
George has real interests:  Jennifer Love Hewitt, Sandra Bullock, Elizabeth Montgomery, ZZ Top MTV actresses, Lisa Rinna, Swedish women, women with tattoos, women without tattoos, incredibly gorgeous L.A. women, incredibly gorgeous L.A. women with great personalities, Marilyn Monroe, 21-year olds who might "like animals" --

Oh, yes -- It did not go like this, but it could have:
George:  21-year old, do you like animals?  (His self-proclaimed dating deal-breaker question)
Girl:  Yes.
George:  Well..... I'm kind of like an animal.

Alrighty then.

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: January 18, 2019, 12:01:54 AM »
Iím going to feel dirty saying this. But I give Noory credit for staying out of drama a lot of the other radio host got bogged down in. Although his promise to make more Art shows available was a lie. But I doubt he has the authority to even make that happen.

I got called out in the middle of the night work. I tuned in just to see if it was there, all I heard was 20 minutes of commercials.
Do you still feel dirty?  This thread is a tight walk, Coasting and roasting, loving and laughing.

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: January 17, 2019, 11:57:11 PM »
I can't find the yellow rain post, but after a few days I finally "got" it.  It is entirely possible that yellow rain was malapropped with a yellow snow concept.  Hilarious, if true.  Good times.

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: January 17, 2019, 02:14:12 AM »
I wonder if he got his eyes realigned, too. That would be the biggest improvement, IMO.
His eyes are fine with me, but sometimes I'd have a lot to say about his moustache.  I think it would look great if it solidly met each smile line on the left and right sides.  And, I can't tell if parts of it are grey or actually missing!

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Random Topics / Re: Ask Jackstar Anything
« on: January 16, 2019, 02:59:16 AM »
See directly above.
Isn't there a member named Astro Bitch?

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Random Topics / Re: Ask Jackstar Anything
« on: January 16, 2019, 02:53:02 AM »
Tootsie did not fake her own death! 

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Random Topics / Re: Diversity is?
« on: January 16, 2019, 02:48:14 AM »
All I must ask for your help, please.  I'm taking a class at Iowa Western Community College MGT-195 Workplace Empowerment.  We have been tasked to reach out to our networks asking the following question.  Please complete this sentence.

Diversity is ______________________________________ .

All praise MV!

Thank you!
Diversity is a good portfolio strategy.

Diversity is fun!

Diversity is a many-splendored thing.

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Random Topics / Re: Ask Liberace! Anything
« on: January 16, 2019, 02:42:29 AM »
So, you are planning to live forever, then?  We're only talking about timing.
You want to live?  Eat food!
You want eternal life!  Eat the word of Jesus!

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: January 16, 2019, 02:37:39 AM »
Here's the latest Norry conspiracy.  Normally, Norry is running around hither and yon to various events, but for the last three months he has passively been stationed in the Midwest.  The rumor is that Norry had "work" done, a complete face lift and hair transplants.  Three months time to heal and be presentable in person seems a through healing time. 

He's back in Cali, ready to rock and roll.
Nothing like dark hair with a grey moustache!  Face lifts?  Not my thing!

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: January 15, 2019, 04:23:12 AM »
I still think that one of the deficits here is that this largely has become a male-centric playpen - the lack of a more consistent female perspective robs the cradle of ideation, so to speak.

That's not to diminish the welcome appearances of Starr, Pyewacket, Dymano, Roswells, et al - but Bellgab shed real talent in losing Dyna-X and a few of the other ladies in Ellgab. :-
Too many men here use words which sexually denigrate women.

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: January 15, 2019, 04:20:02 AM »
Don't judge an entire generation by your mother's behavior.
I said many people who post here are Boomers.  I said many Boomers are war veterans.

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: January 14, 2019, 12:45:18 AM »
Yard?  What the hell man!   I think you meant "spread" right?   What are you sitting on?  175 Acres?
That's a good question!  We want to know!

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: January 14, 2019, 12:42:43 AM »
Don't blame us for your failures, soy boy. I'd say more, but I don't want to be "the straw".
Every time you reply to Dramatron and Dr DimD DimD, I have to see their original comments.  Because your reply quotes them.  But if you don't quote them, their original comments never darken my day, on Ignore!

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: January 14, 2019, 12:38:19 AM »
So, are we still talking about Noory?  What is it people say anymore?  Oh yeah.  "Asking for a friend."   :D
Regardless, he still sucks.  ;)  Maintain the focus on the suck...
Oh, no!  Ladies, you may focus on the suckage, not just the suck!

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: January 14, 2019, 12:37:13 AM »
That's not true. I don't support you.
They'res a reason the word ignore is in ignoreamuses!  Dedicated to Jackstar.

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: January 12, 2019, 02:07:41 AM »
...leaching off your boomer mommy because you are the failed alcoholic hallucination of people who worked hard to properly eject you...
I pay rent and utilities.  I am also Cinderella, Mr. Handy, and Supply Acquisitions.  As for my year at the senior citizen party house, they owe me money, they were not proper, and I left voluntarily.  Avatars can't slander avatars, but someone using your computer is personally are being libelous in the above statements, which I can disprove.

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: January 12, 2019, 01:39:32 AM »
Oh boy.  The spelling/pronunciation of a name has a personality effect.  Altering the spelling/pronunciation alters the personality.  Yet somehow, the guest correctly discerned the original  spelling which no one knew at the time was indeed on the birth certificate, by the person's personality.  Hmmm.

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: January 12, 2019, 12:51:17 AM »
Coast Insiders is a solid investment in fun and re-plays.  Whether one pays $7.95 for one month, or $5.00/ mo for six-month commitment, or even better packages, it is a deal.  Membership not only includes access to just-completed shows (within a few hours usually, or sooner) but also includes the ability to listen live from the C2CAM website - - a real bonus in areas with poor radio transmission.  The C2CAM website broadcast works WAY better than other Coast to Coast AM Live internet sites (like KiRO or Tune-In).  It doesn't have buffering issues, even on the lousiest tablets.

Members can send direct e-mails to George, to a private in-box.  There are moderated 60-minute chats (with visual archives) all the time, and George usually participates for at least 30 minutes once per month, on a posted, regular schedule.

You just can't put a price on being able to rewind and laugh over and over and over again, as Dave Delirium Descends. Good times.


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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: January 12, 2019, 12:30:54 AM »
Boomers should not be judged by what Jorch spins nightly, though.  "Red Rubber Ball" and "Fireball XL5" aren't exactly the best of the era.  Still better than this typical cuck-crap.  :P

 


True, and while Boomers might seem selfish to OP, they also were Vietnam veterans.

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: January 12, 2019, 12:24:58 AM »
You redolently stupid...

Boomers were born from the early 1940s to about 1964.  So, I am correct. 

I have my opinions about you as well.  If you care to recommend a blog that works (constructive criticism) at more than 40wpm on an Amazon tablet, I will be happy to check it out.

Take what you like, and leave the rest.  One man's garbage is another man's salvage.  If you don't like the heat, stay out of the kitchen.

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: January 12, 2019, 12:22:35 AM »
FIFY you, cellar dwelling do-nothing leachy cuntflap. ;D ;D ;D
The word is labia.

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: January 12, 2019, 12:21:09 AM »
You mean he let Corsi explain how he gave Mueller _everything on his puter_ and got indicted for not remembering one forwarded email, you rancid leftarded BIOTCH!

 >:( >:( >:(
I have no idea what Dramatron is talking about.  I simply stated that the guest was on the air.

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: January 12, 2019, 12:15:32 AM »
George just sounded like he read his own written ad for fiber.  "Get as much as you can!" he added.  He was so passionate that I carefully listened to hear who was sponsoring the ad, but it turned out no one was!

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Random Topics / Re: Things That Annoy You
« on: January 11, 2019, 03:48:04 PM »

Beyone belief for sure.  Poor sweet dog.

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Random Topics / Re: The Metron Appreciation Thread
« on: January 11, 2019, 01:11:34 AM »
she had her wig blown off too many times to count. i wonder if she died yet?
She lives!

Thank you for the artwork, T!

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: January 11, 2019, 12:23:17 AM »
Baby Boomers
The most self-righteous, self-important, incredibly arrogant generation of all time. The progeny of the Greatest and Silent Generations, who grew up with the hardship of the Great Depression and won World War 2, the baby boomers had everything handed to them on a silver platter from day 1.

http://baby-boomers.urbanup.com/5118556
Here is another take on Baby boomers, too.  Many Baby Boomers probably post in this forum. They were born between 1946 and 1964.  That means George Noory is a Baby Boomer.  The first half of them were raised by survivors of the Great Depression.  Many of them developed and handed down austere compulsions due to being raised by survivors of the Great Depression (1929-1939).

My Grandma's family was so poor during the depression that in order for some of the children to be fed, they had to go stay with distant relatives.  I can't remember the horrors Grandma faced, but as stalwart as I can be, even I was shocked at the severity of lack of basic needs when Mom recently described it.

As a consequence of being raised by Great Depression survivors, my parents were ascetic.  When we moved from one home to another, we moved everything, rubber bands, bread twist-ties, you-name-it, it all came with us.  Nothing went in the trash.  To this day, one parent's rubber bands are so old they break.  Not a single plastic bag is every thrown away.  Egg shells are washed and put in the yard to "help" the soil.  Same with coffee grounds.  I am surprised we don't use the back of food packaging as scratch paper.  Uniformity is not important, as it is considered better to string together a mixed-up assortment, than to buy a new uniform set of items.  Dad used to keep a chocolate bar in his glove box.  One.  One.  That was his secret hoard.  Costco was just a concept to these baby boomers who would rather be frugal to a fault than be happy.

Here is another example of Baby Boomers being "frugal to a fault":  When I get up, I flip on all the heat for 20 minutes, warm up the main room temperature and all is well.  But, when the Baby Boomer gets up, she turns on one little space heater and just sits huddled under a blanket by it, for hours, while tasking at the table, removing the blanket every time she has to get up.  Either way, whether all heat runs for 20 minutes, or one space heater runs for 3 hours, the main area warms up and it probably costs about the same, either way.  But, the Baby Boomer chooses to suffer, while I don't.  These Great Depression-affected Baby Boomers seek to suffer.

As time went on, eventually my dad bragged that he now considered it a sign of wealth that he could occasionally replace shirts if they became stained!  (This, a man with money that took him to Europe, that paid for kids' private school and private lessions, money that allowed a very nice home, etc...)  But, he usually felt compelled to deprive himself.  His parents were both Great Depressions survivors.  His Mom saved money by making sugar sandwiches (yuck!).  One time, I watched him pour oil into his vehicle, and I counted over 50 singular slow-moving drops that he milked from the oil container before he finished pouring. He told me, "My dad would have been proud of me for doing that".  Not!

I grew up in a 64 degree house.  Spent all my time in the bathtub.  He used to yell, "What are you doing in there!"  I never replied, "Staying warm!"  But the thermostat never moved.  Great Depression affected parents believe in suffering, whether it is necessary or not.

Mom kept every spice container long after its contents solidified into a rock that would never come out of the container again.  She also insisted almost proudly that no more than half the chocolate chips called for were actually needed in chocolate chip cookies (Uh, no "Double-Stuff" Oreos for these citizens!)  Same with laundry soap.  While the rest of the world tried Teflon (and now ceramic), Mom always choose to suffer with stainless steel.  If you weren't suffering, you weren't living.  She couldn't throw anything away, either.  I am sure it causes her psyche pain to clean out the contents of the fridge.  Therefore, we lived for 18 years with containers that had just a few drops left in them, hogging refrigerator space and creating hazards because it was too painful for Great Depression-affected Baby Boomers to discard anything.  When clean, those containers doubled as our Tupperware.

Every winter, around November, we kids heard, "Can you just wait until Christmas for Coats!"  What.Kind.Of.Parent.Makes.Their.Kid.Wait.Until.Christmas.Fo r.A.Coat!  WE HAD MONEY.  MONEY WAS THERE.  MONEY WAS NOT THE PROBLEM.  Oh well, it was a moot argument anyway, because the coats never came; her words were always hollow.  We only got coats one year.  I'm not complaining; I am laughing!  We were far from the most deprived.  I saw children at school who struggled more.

We had money.  Ballet lessons, piano lessons, exchange students, painting lessons, skating lessons, skiiing, eating out, nice house, vacations, and so on.  But every summer I needed sandals.  Every year, she said, "Please use your salt water sandals one more year".  She thought I still had my salt water sandals from toddler-hood!  Unbelievable.  Every summer when she said that, I was so dumbstruck I didn't even know where or how to begin a reply.  Her head was stuck in the Great Depression.  Evidently, toddlers' feet did not grow into children's feet during the Great Depression.

As a high schooler, I felt sorry for my parents.  I could tell they had money, but they didn't spend it right.  Mom's clothes looked awful.  Dad always looked second-class.  Our piano teachers resented our parents because the folks refused to pay for our piano books and insisted the teachers loan us their own books.  Gee, if every student did that, the teacher would be providing books for 30 students!  Sometimes the teachers let us children know they were getting resentful.  Sometimes, I still find a piano book with the name of a former teacher printed on the cover.  We were good piano students, rising in our little hobby field.  We performed.  Meanwhile, Mom and Dad were ticking off teachers by not paying for books.  Awkward.

My brothers and I started working as children, picking strawberries year after year.  We took a bus the long way.  One time, my berry picking supervisor could not make change for a dollar, so he paid me by rounding off to the next dollar.  It was over 50 cents in my favor, real nice of him and no sweat, really.   But when my dad found out, he insisted on making a special trip back to the berry farm miles and miles away.  I don't know how he knew the manager would still be there or whatever, but we arrived and he talked to the manager.  He gave the manager back his 50 cents and said that he did it to show his daughter a lesson in integrity.  WTF????  So, he spent $1.40 in gas/mileage to return 50 cents which had been willingly given.  I am sure the manager thought he was a nut case.

I do care giving and many of my clients are Baby Boomers.  I am sorry to say it, but because the Great Depression affects their own later upbringings, these aged people will eat spoiled food rather than throw it away.  And, they will eat with dirty hands rather than use a penny's worth of soap.  Because they have deprivation compulsions.  When they get diarrhea, it goes on for months, even years.  It is truly sad. One of my tasks is to discard expired food, and I surely do, but the process can distress senior Baby Boomers.

Well, the first half of the Baby Boomers are still routinely drinking coffee leftover in the pot from yesterday, all across the country!  Recently, my Baby Boomer mother had a huge melt down as she poured my coffee when I "said when".  I wanted to leave room for cream.  Oh boy, big mistake.  Lots of drama occurred and when the dust settled, it turned out that while she was pouring my coffee, she had noticed there was only a little coffee left in the pot around the time I "said when".  She later admitted it gave her enormous anxiety to face the idea of throwing the rest of the little tiny bit of dregs down the drain!  She sincerely thought that I should accept more coffee than I wanted, to convenience the POT!
 LOL, Ha, ha.  WOAH.  I am so glad I'm not a Baby Boomer because old coffee belongs down the drain!

To their credit, Baby Boomers are pretty amazing.  They use tape, pins, and wire rather than throw a dollar at every problem.  Mom still has her wedding china, including platters, butter holders, and everything...even though she hasn't been married in 33 years!  She has the same flatware I grew up with, missing hardly any pieces.  From table cloths to wall hangings to furniture, she has owned it her entire adult life.  She actually does have a Tupperware bowl and lid straight out of the 1970s.  I grew up with it.

My siblings consider these and other feats simply amazing, because she hasn't even really been in the U.S. too much in the last 15 years.  They marvel at the trivet on the stove from 1972.  Baby Boomers are very good at taking care of their things, saving them, and making do with what they have.  As long as a person is not frugal to a fault, or suffering compulsively, then maintaining one's possessions responsibly for a lifetime is pretty impressive.

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Technology / System Date/Day/Time
« on: January 10, 2019, 10:52:47 PM »
Yesterday around 12:05AM, my tablet date/time said it was Wednesday.  So, I figured the day had just flipped over from Tuesday to Wednesday, right?

Well, WRONG.  It was 12:05AM but the day of the week had not flipped over to the correct one yet.

Is this common? 

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Random Topics / Re: The Metron Appreciation Thread
« on: January 10, 2019, 09:44:08 PM »
I do understand that she was trying to troll in her own way. The operative word here being trying. ;)
Trying

Takes one to know one!

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Random Topics / Re: The Metron Appreciation Thread
« on: January 10, 2019, 09:42:48 PM »
it was pure cringe.
Lots of people say if you can't beat 'em, join 'em.

And she didn't quit.

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: January 10, 2019, 08:42:42 PM »
Hopefully they weren't listening ... or else they'll stop giving them money.
Yeah, he went back to normal the next night.  Whew.  Must have just lost total control or something.  Unbelievable.  No One Is Above The Ad!!!!!

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