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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert
« on: Today at 12:10:28 AM »
Heard something about Lasha being fired from her "Volunteer" position with Heather?? Just a rumor for now. Anyone else heard  anything?

I assume Lasha was the brains behind Heather's plan to unplug from Keith's network, plug into another one, and keep all the subscription money for herself.  After all, Lasha's plan to set up a competing forum to this one and entice all the posters there worked out great.

I'm starting to think she's not a very good psychic.

Radio and Podcasts / Re: The GabCast (A podcast about BellGab)
« on: Yesterday at 11:55:24 PM »
Dave Schrader will be a host on The GabCast June 7.

Please ask (Redacted) to call in

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert
« on: Yesterday at 11:50:42 PM »
Dames is kinda considered a misinformation guy by many who study this stuff...

It's certainly working

Near the end of this video he says he dates many, many women!...  Plus, if you add on the escorts you mentioned...

How do you know they aren't the same group

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert
« on: Yesterday at 10:59:40 PM »
I know that. I'm asking what specifically did he say that makes him liable? No one seems to be able to answer this.

Perhaps no one cares enough to do your research for you?

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 10:55:56 PM »
Flynn was a registered Democrat.

It doesn't even matter.  I'll stand up for any American who defends our country and helps to keep us strong, instead of undermining us from within.  Most military men are apolitical and simply follow orders and serve, which seems to describe Flynn. 

Muller is part of a corrupt group of unelected, unaccountable, out of control hacks trying to depose a duly elected president. 

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 10:47:52 PM »
And Muller?  Not sure what happened to him, but he's a corrupt hack now.

Look at his record regarding 9/11, the anthrax investigation, and his interactions with the Whitey Bulger mob.  Incompetent.  At best.

And no, not every Republican is a conservative.  Most in the grass roots base of the party are, most with positions at the national level in DC are not.  Including Shit-heel Muller.  A conservative would never conduct himself in this manner.

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 10:44:48 PM »
Man, you are drunk on Trump, huh?  Listen to yourself.  You can't even compare Flynn's service with Mueller.  (Both are Conservatives, BTW.  Just that one is a Trump Cultist and the other's allegiance to his country.)

Flynn's only real deployment was for the invasion of Grenada (eyeroll) and even then he was a rear echelon officer.  Meanwhile Mueller got a Purple Heart, Bronze Star, god knows what else in Vietnam... and you actually think Flynn was a better soldier, huh?

Soldiers don't get to choose their deployments.  He had the good fortune to serve under Reagan, who didn't get us involved in major wars.  After he was a bit old to be deployed, he continued his military service:

Director of intelligence at the Joint Task Force 180 in Afghanistan

Commander of the 111th Military Intelligence Brigade

Director of intelligence for Joint Special Operations Command, with service in Afghanistan and the Iraq War

Director of intelligence of the United States Central Command

Director of intelligence of the Joint Staff

Director of intelligence of the International Security Assistance Force in Afghanistan

Assistant director of national intelligence in the Office of the Director of National Intelligence

Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency

Commander of the Joint Functional Component Command for Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance, and chair of the Military Intelligence Board.

I suggest you swap out your tin foil hat for a dunce hat.

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert
« on: Yesterday at 09:23:22 PM »
Just playing along with the guy trying to distract me from the fact that your support of the offical Sandy Hook story is based on nothing but your feelz. ;D

Still trying to prove you're the dumbest person on BellGab?  Relax, you won.

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert
« on: Yesterday at 09:10:48 PM »
Can you cite me a quotation of AJ saying the things you claim he does or are you just Baaaing because you heard some other sheep doing that? :D

Well, the Sandy Hook parents and an FBI agent are suing him for defamation.

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert
« on: Yesterday at 09:04:35 PM »
Huh?! You tried arguing that The New Testament is Jewish because Jesus was. I disagreed and this is disparaging to Jews?! Get a grip! Maybe you brain is just so calorie deprived it can't think straight anymore. ::)

The authors were Jews

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert
« on: Yesterday at 09:02:51 PM »
I just listened to last night's show and that ouija board story got me thinking.  Will we ever get to hear Art's ouija board story now that he's gone?  Did he ever tell it to anyone else or write it down?  Is it in his will to release it?

There was no Ouija Board story. 

As with much else, he lied about having one.

The term was first used by the Romans, and then through history...More modern times, Stalin, Mussolini, Hitler, the cold war Politburo, Nearly all African despots, NK and Chinese despots, current Philippine despots, Putin and Trump now...'Fake news' is anything a despot doesn't agree with.

If you're such an expert on fake news, why don't you know it when you see it?

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 08:49:02 PM »
Wrong again.  He took two big checks from RT.  He confessed to that and it's public knowledge.

This shit is pretty cut and dried.  If you are gonna act like a weaselly lawyer or play semantic gymnastics with something that the dude has confessed to, then just admit that you won't be honest with anything about Trump.  Sometimes it's fun to "argue" with Trump cultists and their delusions, but I'm not interested in that.  Sorry...

He didn't ''confess'' to it because doing business with foreign governments or businesses isn't illegal.  This is similar to the situation with Turkey - he didn't disclose foreign source income because it was from a private company and generally not reportable on these intricate confusing hundred page long disclosure forms.  Muller decided after the fact the company had close enough ties to the Russian government for it to be reportable.  And, as with Turkey, he wasn't charged with anything on this either.

Now let's look at Mrs Clinton.  It actually IS illegal to accept campaign funds from foreigners.  Her foundation received well over a billion dollars from foreign governments, companies, and individuals - all hoping to buy access and favors from a corrupt sitting Secretary of State and future president.  None of that was disclosed anywhere, yet a good chunk of that cash went straight from the foundation into her campaign.  Crickets, right.

Flynn is a hero.  He didn't spend his life in Washington DC, figuring out how to game the system and setting up loopholes he could then jump through like most of these people do - he was out on the battlefield.  Muller didn't care about his disclosures, or even that he ''lied'' to the FBI to protect classified information regarding Trump trying to set up better relations with the Russians.  He wanted to pursue a good man and either destroy him financially, or have him flip on Trump.  Preferably both.

Except there is nothing to flip, nothing to tell.  So we end up with a patriot like Flynn being smeared by a scumball like Muller.  You should be very proud.


Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 04:02:51 PM »

You're a moron...go back to your trainset Greg.  Mueller hasn't said anything yet, so you know fuck all...

I'm surprised Meegan Merkel hasn't poisoned the royal family and been crowned yet.  What's taking her so long?

... It's funny in a whimsical sort of way that he never used to use fake news as a catch all "I don't agree' until DJT started his POTUS campaign...

Ironically, the mainstream media - long the mouthpieces of the Democrat Party - invented the term to describe the news that managed to bypass their information moat during the last election.  For decades they had monopoly control over the information we peasants had access to. 

Talk radio, then the internet, changed all that, and their frustration at losing their iron grip boiled over with the election of Donald Trump by those very same peasants.  They decided to lump together legitimate news they downplayed and ignored that was reported elsewhere with false news emanating from somebody's laptop in Eastern Europe

The only problem is - the term describes them perfectly.  The Fake News Media.

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 03:33:10 PM »
It isn't a distraction. Wouldn't YOU want to know why Russia (and it now seems possibly several Gulf States) might want to get financially involved in the Trump campaign? I would have thought Trump and the GOP might want to... ::)

I think if there was any evidence of any quid quo pro by Trump it would have come out by now. 

At some point it's time to shit or get off the pot, or are you and the rest just going to repeat this for the next eight years?

Beyond that, we do have allies.  We do have trading partners.  We do deal with unfriendly countries and even enemies.  For mutual benefit.  None of it is ''proof'' of wrongdoing.  The false accusations have been made, they've been exhaustively investigated, and Trump has been cleared (due to lack of evidence).  Time to move on to the next smear, the next false accusation.

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 03:16:18 PM »

You're a moron and Trump cultist. The FBI had an informant finding out about two individuals' (Manafort and Page-one is going to trial in July) links to Ukraine and Russia and what they were doing to get both countries' officials involved with the Trump campaign, and why.

What it mean if Trump careens onward with his crusade to try and demolish the FBI, CIA, and anything and anyone else he doesn't like, is that if whatever then passes for law enforcement and counter espionage in this country won't have informants coming forward or be recruited, because they know that there is no guarantee their identities won't be revealed by a terrified POTUS who knows he's in the shit. Though, it's unlikely that there will ever be another manchild, narcissistic, petulant, idiotic fuckwit like Trump again.

Raise your hand if you thought Pud would find a way to excuse the Obama administration spying on the Trump campaign when it finally came out.  Next up:  a full threated defense of lying to get FISA warrants.

By the way, it wasn't a ''whistle-blower''.  It was someone they planted in the campaign as a spy.  Kind of a big difference.  What you are doing is defending criminal behavior, and grossly illegal attacks on our democracy

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 03:07:12 PM »
So much for that noble peace prize level of negotiation.

Trump dealing with NK looks a lot more like the way Reagan handled the Soviets than it does Clinton dealing with NK and Obama dealing with Iran.  Clinton and Obama would rather make one sided agreements favoring our enemies than walk away.

Trump is sending the message to the NK thugs.  Taunting Kim rather than retreating into diplomatic non-speak when Kim blusters and threatens sends the message it's no longer business as usual in DC when it comes to NK.  Using diplomacy, threats of sanctions, and threats of tariffs, he's put NK, China, and Russia on notice we are no longer going to tolerate NKs aggression, and their complicity in it.  Pulling out of the Iran deal put Kim on notice he's not going to sign some phony bullshit deal just to have a deal. 

Recognize it for what it is, another message to Kim that we're serious, we're past the point where threats and bluster will be tolerated, and to soften him up for when they finally do sit down together.  Meanwhile they continue to be further isolated. 

This is how thugs and dictators are best dealt with.  We should have learned that in the Reagan years.

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 02:55:02 PM »
... Flynn took illicit money from the Ruskies and plead guilty.  Is that "spying" on poor Flynn too?

You should probably get your facts straight.  There is a difference between having a conversation with someone and being spied on by them.  Flynn knew he was talking to the FBI.  He didn't receive any money from Russia either.  Let me help you out:

Flynn did perfectly legal work for a private company in Turkey.  As it was a private company, he didn't believe he needed to file as a foreign agent.  Apparently advising this company also benefitted the Turkish government, triggering a requirement to register according to Muller.  Yet he wasn't charged with that. 

What he did with the Russians was ask them not to retaliate when Obama took actions to punish them for their role in trying to undermine our elections.  A move he (Obama) finally made months after finding out it was happening, and nearly two months after the elections themselves were over.  Flynn's crime is telling the FBI he didn't have those conversations.

Trump and Flynn were doing the right thing, hoping to start things off with a better relationship with Russia than Obama had.  Flynn should have told the truth, or perhaps referred the FBI to the president-elect if he didn't want the content of talks between the transition team and foreign governments possibly leaked or made public.  Lesson learned, but let's not make Flynn into some evil criminal here.

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 02:29:45 PM »
No one has ever admitted to spying on Trump.  That's just what the Trump Cultists keep repeating in hopes that it sticks.

Look, if you go and try and pick up a hooker and get busted by the cops, you can't play the victim and say the cops were "spying on you".  Trump subordinates were up to god-knows-what with their international dealings, and YES, it caught the attention of the Feds. 

Flynn took illicit money from the Ruskies and plead guilty.  Is that "spying" on poor Flynn too?

The hooker analogy fits Clapper perfectly, since this is coming out - in the New York Times first, no less - he's spinning it as ''surveillance'' and ''investigation''. 

Can you imagine a Republican president directing a spying operation on a Democrat candidate's campaign, then when caught saying it was ''surveillance'' and ''investigation''?  And that flying? 

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Art Bell
« on: Yesterday at 02:22:10 PM »
If everybody is judged equally, then that's all that counts as a guide in the industry...

Well sure, when comparing numbers to others in some survey or news article.  But him having 15 million listeners a night was a complete lie.  One I've seen posted here endlessly.

How did Art get away with his disappearing acts?  Didnt he have a contract like George?

The interview w Jimmy was routine.  If u hear George all the time, u dont need to hear it.  A brief discussion of Art Bell's habit of retreating so often (a rather tasteless discussion, I thot.  Making a dead person look bad).  Anyhow, there was supposed to be an announcement, but it was delayed a week. Jimmy asked about George's habits, George said he doesn't sleep much and takes a lot of supplements.  This exec trend of supposedly not sleeping much is not very healthy in my opinion.  Altho some stars are living without sleep, by having constant transfusions.  The thing is, the MIND resets during sleep, and George didn't mention using entrainment devices, so... now we know why he makes the same mistakes over and over.  Jimmy said some of the board ops pick jarring music, so he preempts them on Coast by selecting all the music.  George said he allows them to lick some music, but tells them when he is unhappy with it, which usually does the trick.

Let me get this right:  These two work for the same show, and supposedly George is at the LA studio 12.5 hours/day four days a week or more.  And yet they don't dish, in emails, phone calls, meetings?  Seems like George does a lot of dishing during interviews when I think it should be done beind-the-scenes.  There are some things listeners just don't need to or want to know!  It's like George and his staff are strangers passing in the night.

I listened to that interview as well, someone posted the link here somewhere.  First time I'd ever heard JC, first time in years I've heard Norry.

I'm sure JC knew the answers to the questions he was asking, he was asking them for the audience to hear.

George once again displayed his complete lack of knowledge of popular music.  When asked who he liked (or whatever the question was) he says Sinatra, Elvis, the Beatles, and Paul Anka.  Very bold, George.  Wait, Paul Anka?

Then they talked about George using Sound of Silence as a bumper.  Not the Simon & Garfunkel original version, but the version by Disturbed.  They talked about how good it was, that S&G thought it was great, etc.  It's one of those covers that didn't wander far from the original, and sucks in comparison.  It's almost certain George hasn't heard the original.  He may not have heard of Simon & Garfunkel.

Politics / Re: Sports Kneelers
« on: Yesterday at 02:07:49 PM »
It amazes me these players insist on telling us how patriotic they are, and it isn't about the flag or the anthem.  This is the same Alinsky tactic the Left uses when they insist all their riots are ''peaceful''. 

Of course that makes sense when we find out Kaperpumpernickel's girlfriend is an unrepentant outspoken BLM thug.  He certainly trashed the country when he was still in the league and asked about why he was doing it. 

I'm glad the NFL players are continuing this.  I've long since stopped watching sports on TV and going to games, and would love to see the NFL, NBA, MLB, and NHL collapse. 

Politics / Re: Sports Kneelers
« on: Yesterday at 02:01:42 PM »
One of the smarter ones let the cat out of the bag:  Eagle's Chris Long tweeted that the owner's move isn't about patriotism, it's about ''fear of a diminishing bottom line''.  In other words the players should be able to drive away customers at no cost to themselves.  This was confirmed today when other players are said to be scheming on ways to get around the new rules just to stick it to the owners. 

My sources arent what is usually considered fake news.
Its from a study published by the USDA coleman-Jensen et al 2016. 10% is not the right number. The article reports that about 12%  of us household or 3 million  with children did not have adequate food access in 2015 the latest year the paper looked at. The médical journal Pedeatrics in a janvier 2018 article  shwarzenberg et al  explain that malnutrition is expérienced by many of these children in that their diets may lack critical nutrients,  calories vitamines, etc. The most populaire vegetable for these kids is french fires. Even the fat ones may lack nutrients and show signs of malnutrition. I can give you links, but this is not à political thread.

Certain government statistics are the fakest of fake news, and the media is only to happy to spread it.  The unemployment rate.  The inflation rate.  This study wants to give the impression that 15 million kids are malnourished, but they don't actually say that.  Their description is ''food insecurity'', then go on to list multiple categories, and kids are included in the 15 million if they fall into any one of them. 

Living over a mile from a grocery store deemed adequate by these people is enough to be included That's much of the country (''fifty percent of the high food-insecurity counties are in rural areas'').    Having shitty parents that feed them too much crap qualifies (''some families have cycles of food... overindulgence'').  If they've skipped even one meal in the past year they qualify.  Etc.  So not exactly ''dire poverty'' or ''malnourished'', although you got from the study what the authors wanted you to.

This is an agency justifying it's funding, if not requesting more.  Perhaps we should be asking why, if true, their food stamp program is such a failure 

Random Topics / Re: The NHL Thread
« on: Yesterday at 01:19:27 AM »
can't believe Vegas is going to the Finals

Has an expansion team ever gone to the championship finals their first year in any sport?

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 12:39:14 AM »
That's untrue.  They just keep repeating it hoping it catches on with the Dittoheads.  Looks like it's working on some people...

Well, Clapper admitted it this past week.  The NY Times reported it this past week.  We even know who it was they infiltrated into the Trump campaign to spy on him.  Of course they didn't call it spying, they use terms like ''surveillance'' and ''investigation''.  Except if that were true and they were simply running a legitimate investigation, they'd long ago have either admitted there was nothing to the idea of ''Trump collusion'' and dropped it, or charged him with something.  The fact is, they're trying to get ahead of this now before it blows up, and spin it into something that looks legitimate.

An actual spy embedded into the campaign.  If not more than one.  That's something new, beyond the phony FISA warrants, and all the rest of it we already know about.  What was Watergate again, a break in at DNC HQ where they didn't even take anything. 

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Art Bell
« on: May 23, 2018, 11:58:15 PM »
I remember when that 15million stat was quoted on a Gabcast when Art was in the chat.  Art responded with I think that your recollection is being too generous.(or something to that effect)


His page on the Radio Hall of Fame stands uncorrected 

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