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Yes, I watched the video, but the volume was too low, and I could not raise it.  There is a mumble in the background as you are taken through rows and rows of guberment.

Has he made a plea to Norry for help?  Norry could tell everyone to subscribe and he would be over the threshold in one night.  I am sure Norry owes him.  Norry owes everyone.

And everyone owes Falkie

Especially Pud and Laura.  One would think they could get enough of their friends to subscribe to push him over the top by themselves

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Today at 12:33:45 PM »
Never happen. He's way too chicken. Palos Verdes is in California

Dec 28, 2017 Trump is the first president in decades not to visit California, the most populous and economically powerful state - LA Times

Frankly, we could use the break after the previous grifter, er, president seemed to be here every other weekend to collect cash from either the Hollywood groper elite or the greedy GoogleFacebookTwitterApple sleasebags

... A caller, very obviously an African American male, to the point of it sounds like parody asks the guest...

In any case, I believe the proper term here is 'aks'...

Sometimes this show can still drop my jaw when it comes to human stupidity.

Jimmy Church, who is the slimiest of the Coast fill-in hosts has a typical Coast guest, somebody named Cory. I have barely listened as I'm doing work and chatting with a friend at the same time, once in a while I hear the guest talking about aliens, giants, etc

A caller, very obviously an African American male, to the point of it sounds like parody asks the guest a question 'Do you think we went into Iraq to get one of those giants to get their DNA?' 

I do notice Coast gets a lot of calls from black men, black people love crazy shit, they will believe anything. Brought up exposed to fundamentalist Christianity, lack of education, makes sense why they are apt to believe in almost anything but science.

Coast has to have the whitest audience of all the radio talk shows.  They almost have to be paid callers.

Yes, of course, it was the other way round for you. I'm sure Senda reimbursed your gas money when you went to see him. After all, 'it's what you do'.

I didn't even have to promise to leave him any old magazines if i pass on

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Today at 08:00:43 AM »
False, hopeless retard, you agreed to provide answers to two months of your responses where you dodged questions...

Aw, you didn't like my answers.  No surprise there.

If I ever need Democrat talking points on some issue, I'll let you know

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Today at 07:59:16 AM »
Not better than a Clinton Presidency

Any of them would habe been better than Hilary Clinton.  Even Barry Sanders, although him not by much.

The Clinton's abuse of office as cover for their corrupt dealings - for personal gain and political advantage, ongoing from the Arkansas days; the corruption and abuse of power of the Obama Administration in furthering partisan politics - including multiple felonies in various operations; his thumbing his nose at the limits to his office, knowing the media would take his side, knowing he wouldn't get serious push-back from the Congress; his divisiveness and destructiveness to both advance his party and to damage the country - these would have been her starting points.

Jeb would have just been another fake conservative, blundering along, frightened by the mean Democrats and pretend journalists.

Politics / Re: Race & I.Q.
« on: Today at 12:57:26 AM »

Why is Falkie always annoying the local Wells Fargo branch if he doesn't have a checking acount?

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert With Heather Wade
« on: Yesterday at 08:46:39 PM »
Living in a remote region far away from the public, it's hard to believe that a stalker could have access to him. Is the stalker real or is it a cover story used to excuse his early retirement?

The only person who ever stalked Art was Heather

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert With Heather Wade
« on: Yesterday at 08:39:22 PM »
The Cliff notes theatre version

Wait, Art thinks part of the story was Heather getting sexual favors from him?

Reporting MV to the FBI, to begin with.
Calling us all SewerGabbers and hurting our feelings.
Scamming money off anyone he meets.

But not everyone

Politics / Re: Race & I.Q.
« on: Yesterday at 08:34:03 PM »
I agree with you. I spent a couple of years in San Francisco, and I find that in the last decade or so, it has been crap-flooded by Glassholes or whatever they are - those middle class/bourgeois, self-entitled, snobbish tech workers from Google Inc, Twatter, and Facebook. (They are extremely good at writing computer programs, but beyond that, they are ignorant, uncultured, clueless robots all saying the same thing.) They have gentrified a once great city and driven rent so high that all of the interesting people, creative types...

Hold on there.  They're the ones telling us they're the ''creatives''.  As they're busy mirroring each other

Politics / Re: Race & I.Q.
« on: Yesterday at 06:16:25 AM »
You were doing it yourselves not so long ago. And you were supposedly educated enough to tell right from wrong. You knew the difference, but you went ahead and did it anyway. That makes you far more culpable than people in less developed countries.

Any word yet on why black Americans aren't moving to Africa in droves?  10s of millions have the means to do so.  With any number of movements suggested and even attempted by various groups to do this or that throughout oour history, there doesn't seem to have even even been any desire or suggestion to do so - other than the offer of Liberia a hundred some years ago that very few took.

Why is that?

With all the racism in the US, what on earth are these third worlders thinking, coming here and bringing their families to be subjet to all that?  I mean to hear the D-rats and ''progressive'' fascists tell it, anyone not white is treated worse here than anywhere else in the world, now or in the past.  Yet people flock here and those alreay here wouldn't dream of leaving.  It's really quite the mystery.

Does George know how to handle a 'heater'? Perhaps he could become a private dick and work alongside Martinez Homicide Department. His knowledge of the paranormal could be useful in cracking cold cases one would think don't you?

Of course he would have to meet the basic weight/height requirements necessary for any type of law enforcement work. Would he be open to changing his daily diet regime and reducing his total caloric intake to reach the desired weight goal?

But maybe I'm barking up the wrong tree. George did state on several occasions he is 'disabled' and thus a highly paid job solving crime cases might not be reachable.

Let's look in the other direction shall we? How about bank robbery? Kidnapping? Or maybe the big one, a job only a cold hearted street thug could do, a paid assassin, a killer of men, a real life NINJA!

Tsk, tsk, tsk....  Opportunities are everywhere it seems. So many choices, so little time.

Those old military magazines were the key to Falkie's future.

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert With Heather Wade
« on: January 18, 2018, 11:28:11 PM »
Of course to do it right, one should NOT EVER isten to Heather Wade - why bother.  Ugh.

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert With Heather Wade
« on: January 18, 2018, 11:27:20 PM »
I'm not a Half-Asian sex worker* who diddled Art Bell, so you won't be able to hear me on the show, sadly. 

That's the saddest thing about MITD.  It had so much potential, even without Art, but the whole thing got torpedoed because of Art's "relationship" with a vapid fangirl...

I think the whole Art Bell meltdown and it's aftermath has been just great.  Having a front row seat at BellGab, watching his in-denial fans battling it out with the trolls, and helping that along when it would hit a lull.

It sure beats an endless loop of Richard Hoagland, Ed Dames, Whitley Strieber, ''ghost recorders'', assorted New Age idiots, and Ride My Seesaw. 

Politics / Re: Race & I.Q.
« on: January 18, 2018, 11:14:50 PM »
why do most progressive liberals think there is zero correlation between the two? take black Africans as an example; all black African countries are shitholes (including South Africa). is it just a coincidence that black Africans have an average i.q. of 78? race is real. you may not care about it, but it cares about you.

ps: black Africans still sell their fellow blacks as slaves. thas rite! let that sink in.

But they're doing so where everywhere else

Falkie wants Norry to buy him a glass eye

Politics / Re: Political Trivia
« on: January 17, 2018, 01:43:21 AM »
Two people have represented their party on the presidential ballot a total of five times as either the presidential or vice-presidential nominee.  Not surprisingly, one of them is FDR.  Who is the other?

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 17, 2018, 12:20:06 AM »
As issued by the Whitehouse...How do we know? Because its unlikely the doctor qualified if he couldn't even spell his own name....The Trump circus can't even falsify statements convincingly.

Dr Ronnie is the answer to the riveting trivia question:  who is the only person to see both President Obama and President Trump naked?

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 16, 2018, 10:06:19 PM »
Now 136 owes me answers to four questions of my choosing

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 16, 2018, 09:54:01 PM »
... I also wonder about this (not that this is necessarily a contradiction, but I think it's fair to ask you to explain how you can believe both - and post them on the same day.  As per our agreement, you're not obligated to answer this.)

Like I said, you can't quite grasp the idea that our head of government is not a dictator.  Part of the brilliance of separation of powers is it doesn't matter what the president wants, his powers are limited.

but also

The president - any president - is the comander-in-chief, the top legislator (nothing goes into law without his signature), the top diplomat, the head of his party, the head of the government, the chief negotiater of treaties and trade agreements, the top police official, and etc.

Those are limited powers?

Yes, they are limited.  The President can't decree new law.  The Presidnet can't deem someone guilty of a crime and have them jailed.  The President can't sign a bill into law unless it's been passed by both chambers and sent to him.  He can't make judicial appointments or appoint policy making officials without Senate approval.  He can't agree to a treaty and have it become law without Senate approval.  He can't remove judges.  He can't remove members of Congress.  And so on. 

He's the top legislator, only because he has more power over what gets passed and signed into law than ony other single person.  He is the top police official, but only from a management and policy standpoint.  He's the head of the party, but that isn't a governmental function.

Much of what is referred to as ''separation of powers'' are actually shared powers.  Some with specific duties, others are more (intentionally) vague.  Yes, we need a strong leader - but not a dictator

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 16, 2018, 09:53:50 PM »
... 3.Because the Fake News Media played up the capping of the deduction of various state taxes, specifically property taxes and state income taxes.

Of course that's what the average person here who actually works and pays taxes is going to focus on - it's the narrative the pretend journalists have put out there.  So, duh, the House Republicans from Cali have to play politics on the issue.  The truth is, it's a good bill for everyone. 

Please show some calculations to back up your claim that the capping of the deductions isn't a real issue.  I think people can figure out for themselves (or with the help of an accountant) how their taxes will change and would be unlikely to fall for inaccurate media reports.  I'm aware that the capping of the deductions will mainly effect those with incomes of $100,000 or higher, however, since you clearly believe that cutting taxes for the wealthiest benefits everyone, please also explain then how the capping of these deductions can be 'good for everyone.'...

Well, again, you're looking at the one item the Fake News Media wants you to look at, rather than the total tax bill.  It's pretty clear everyone's taxes are going down, but one wouldn't know that from the media hysteria.  Although for some reason that's died down.  Probably because people have had a chance to run the numbers for their situation and realize the pretend reporters are full of it.  But hey, they got several news cycles of dishonest Trump bashing negativity out of it, and it's on to some other bullshit distraction like shithole countries.

What I'd like to know is why anyone should get any personal deductions.  If the idea of collecting taxes is to generate funds for the things we need government to do, why should how people spend their money, how many kids they have, etc, factor into it?

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 16, 2018, 09:53:08 PM »
... 2. Go look at population figures over the past couple of decades, and compare that to the growth in California state expenditures.  All those newer residents either work directly for government, or work in companies that supply them, feed them, report on their doings, etc.

Provide actual evidence for this claim about 'all those newer residents.'  I don't think that actually should be too hard.  However, it wouldn't involve looking over the growth in California state expenditures but in looking up the industries the people in Sacramento work for. If such information isn't available, you actually have zero evidence to back up your claim.  You could look over any city in California that has had population growth over the last couple decades and look at the growth in California expenditures and make a similar claim. As the line goes, correlation is not causation...

Yeah, I know.  Unless some ''study'' giving you a bunch of statistics, or the Fake News Media tell you something, you've completely unable to figure things out for yourself.  That's fine.  You're one of the people who, when told 7 of the 10 wealthiest counties in the US are those surrounding Washington DC wouldn't be able to explain why.

Sacramento is the home of the California State Government.  It's where most of the bureaucrats live and work.

From 1980 to the present, California State Government spending has grown from roughly $20 billion to $132 billion.  The population of the greater Sacramento area in that time has risen from under 1 million to 2.5 million.  If you don't think any of those new residents moved there for cushy state jobs, where is all that new spending going?

Trust me, no one is moving there for the ambiance.

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 16, 2018, 09:52:57 PM »
All three of these were replies to specific questions you were asked, and you dodged them by stating (not your direct words, but definitely the gist, and the way I phrase it here fits what I wrote earlier about the ways you dodge answering questions.):
1.If you're unaware of this, I can't help you.
2.Everybody already knows this, and I don't have to prove it.
3.The claims are 'fake news.'

1.I'm obviously talking about the unnecessary, burdensome laws.  If you're unaware any even exist, I'm not sure it's a good use of my time to run down a list for you.  All those companies that complain about them are probably lying.

Humor me anyway and list 10 of them...

There is an endless array of federal, state, and local laws, rules, fees, filing requirements, you name it.  That you'd better be aware of, or else.

For starters, all the various laws passed that supposedly benefit employees - ADA;  Minimum wage;  Family Leave.  These are all well meaning, and while the media reports on a couple key items, they run thousands of pages - and every employer had better be aware of what's in them.  It's exhaustive keeping up.

Then there's the expensive time wasting requirements that don't provide anyone with anything of value.  Sarbanes-Oxley.  All the new banking regulations.  SOX was implemented by a Congress that wanted to ''do something'' after Enron, et al.  Had SOX been in existence, it wouldn't have prevented a thing. 

The 2008 meltdown was a result of Andrew Cuoma at HUD removing credit requirements so ''poor people'' could buy houses, Goldman Sachs selling fraudulent sub-prime mortgage backed securities as AAA investments, and AIG selling SWAPS to investors that didn't own the underlying securities.  Instead of addressing that, they put more reporting requirements on banks.

Try selling goods in California.  Go take a look at the quarterly sales tax return.  There is a basic statewide rate that goes to the state government, then every county adds their own rate, which varies from country to county, and a good number of cities add whatever they've managed to pass onto it as well.  I don't recall, but I'm guessing water districts, fire districts, school districts, park districts, and who all ever else can tack on a bit as well.  The poor slob who owns a business with customers all over the state gets to try to determine how much to collect from who, keep a record of it, figure out how to fill out the form, and send it in. 

There are plenty of dumb environment laws, plenty of dumb safety laws, plenty of dumb laws affecting businesses in general.  Because it's one size fits all, and everyone has to comply, whether it makes sense for their business or not. 

There are inspections, forms to fill out, fees, deadlines, everything right down to the number of parking spaces in your parking lot, and who can park where. 

No one has time for this shit.  They are requirements that don't cost the legislators a thing - and they exempt themselves - but cost everyone else a ton of time, energy, and expense.  People get tired, and either leave the state or offshore the business.

That's enough to keep you busy, you get the idea.

Why would people subject themselves when they don't have to?

Ha-ha-ha. ;D You beat me to it. My thoughts exactly. We may hear something like this from "pittsburghstealer" himself:

"We talked about this for years. That when chefist went, I would get certain property. He has things I'd like to have. Like that trademark. And when he goes, I'll go over [to meet with his survivors] and give written advice."

Right, on. You nailed it. But I read Senda's Quora post stating that his "dear, longtime friend" Maroney held a $180,000 IRA when he retired at age 72. Then "went" at age 80. Perhaps the conniving Senda "wanted certain property" as some "close friend" -- that may have well involved "a piece" of what was left of Maroney's IRA savings. Perhaps. But in any matter, it's Senda being Senda: the selfish, inhuman, unfeeling vulture he was and always will be.
#SewergabStrong vs. #SendaNation

Falkie was counting on that IRA, and now that wife he didn't know about is going to get her hooks on it and not give Falkie a penny.  Plan B is to poke his eye out and sue the doctor

Politics / Re: #1 in poverty!! 1 out of 5 Californians Live in Poverty
« on: January 16, 2018, 08:47:59 PM »
We weren't impoverished until the Ds seized control and turned the place into a banana republic.

Gee, the Party leaders love Castro's Cuba and Hugo Chavez' Venezuela.  They strongly supported the Sandinistas and every other Left-wing Marxist revolutionary band of thugs in our hemisphere and elsewhere, while working to destroy this country.  Small wonder when they take power they turn those places into the shithole countries they admire - all our big cities and quite a few of our states.

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 16, 2018, 12:49:02 AM »
... What is far far more pressing is Trump's comments about the ICBM false alarm from Hawaii...

That's far more pressing to you than the constant injection of race into any and every political issue and discussion, by the Democrat Party?

It's far more pressing than the Ds and the Fake News Media turning every Trump comment into something ''racist''?

It's far more pressing than a continuation of the Democrat Party doing everything they can since the inception of the party to divide the country by race (and class, and gender, and everything else they can think of), for their own benefit?

In a few days, no one is even going to remember the false alarm in Hawaii, but we'll still be subject to the Democrats and their destructive divisivness.  Your priorities are way out of whack.

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: January 15, 2018, 05:46:16 PM »
If it turns out Trump didn't use the term shithole, that ''Little Dick'' Durbin just made it up in order to create more Democrat generated racial divisiveness and more irrational Trump hate, and the Fake News Media didn't care whether it was true or not and were more than happy to report it - will Pud and the other followers this time decide to stop believing everything the pretend reporters tell them, or will they just move on to the next fake story?

Just the fact that it was turned into something ''racist'' is a disgrace, something manufactured by the Party who has tried to divide the country along racial lines for it's own benefit almost since it's inception.  Race isn't what makes these countries shitholes, their governments are.  The ''White'' East Bloc countries were considered shitholes before escaping the ''Progressive'' Soviet Union, and joining the civilized free world.  Plenty of Asian, Latin American, and African countries are no longer considered shitholes - because they have governments that respect human rights, and the people's right to the fruits of their labor.

That's the Left for you though.  That's the Democrat Party.  That's the Fake News media.  They can't win by telling the truth, by competing in the arena of ideas.  They have to keep people poor and dependent.  They have to be this deceitful and destructive - or disappear as a political force.

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