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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert With Heather Wade
« on: December 28, 2017, 09:39:34 PM »
The vet bill was over $500, that alone is about 100 listener monthly subscriptions.
She mentioned a couple days ago that she also ordered on amazon lots of new cat toys.
But I suspect like most cats, her new feral cat won't play with the toys you buy for them (or at least only for a day or so) - they prefer the boxes they are shipped in...  8)

Didn't Noory pretend he had a cat for awhile after taking over Art's show?

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert With Heather Wade
« on: December 28, 2017, 09:38:14 PM »
Listening to Heather ramble about nothing while the guest is on hold is all the evidence one needs to conclude that AB does not listen .

Art decided to throw his credibility away a while back, and shows no sign of being interested in retrieving it. 

In my case, I wrote every word the host was supposed to say. When he or she ventured off script error ensued. With interview shows, I wrote most questions. Again, when freelancing happened, hilarity frequently broke out. And occasionally libel.

It's still up to the host to hire the right producer, follow their direction if need be, and not be boring. 

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 27, 2017, 10:31:33 PM »
Worrying, but the short article doesn't make it clear if these numbers can be explained by less Mexicans coming over, if we can trust Mexican government repatriation numbers, or if in other forms of custody (for other crimes, for example) have fled elsewhere (Canada or back to Mexico by unofficial methods,) or are being hidden by sanctuary cities and other people/groups of that ilk? And we the focus on just Mexicans when OTMs have proven to be just as, if not more so, violent and criminal than Mexicans? (And in many cases have more ties to the US than OTMs, especially the Muslim radicals Obama wanted to import in increasing numbers.)
The Obama Administration knew Americans were fed up with illegal immigration, but wanted to keep them coming, so they started including people turned around at the border in the ''deported'' numbers.  In reality they deported very few.  Not sure if the way this is counted has been changed back or not.

Get therapy. Actually not kidding.


Let's see, the guy who tried to kill himself over germs tells me that; the drunk from the politics section who chose booze over his family and career tells me that; and now the resident conspiracy kook, meth addict, and flower delivery guy tells me that.  I'm starting to notice a trend..


kys fagot

If you get on the road now, maybe you could get here in time to give Falks a ride to SF and back this weekend. 

... It's hard to really feel for that guy when he shows us clearly in this recent video how little he cares for even those he professes as "the closest of friends."

Wrong.  He mentioned several times the whole situation had given him a headache.

What I'd like to know is how Falkie plans on dragging his haul home, and on and off mutliple buses and Bart.  It seems like the weight of more than a handful of books and magazines would be quite challenging for a senior citizen with severe health and other physical limitations.

The little cat doesn't like Kathy, Falkie's mother didn't like Kathy, so far no one else seems to, now we find out Mulrony didn't either.  Then again, I'm not sure any of the above like Falkie either.

George gives a nice tribute here but true to form at 9 minutes in we hear that he is asking the widow about the stuff that he gets.

Right after he finds out he is trying to get what he can, what an ass.

It was good hearing about Maroney's medical history, I can't imagine why he didn't share more personal details with Falks

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 26, 2017, 09:36:32 PM »
The president calls himself a Republican. Do you feel he is one?

Until recently i'm not sure he even had a political philosophy or a world view, beyond needing to be in the public eye.  I'm still not sure he does.  To me he appears to be a normal non-political American who sees the country on the wrong track in many areas:  on immigration, border control, Muslim ''refugee'' invaders, the economy, taxes, budget, economy, employment, national debt, foreign wars, and the rest of it - for example garbage like ObamaCare and most of the the rest of his divisive and destructive policies.

A person doesn't have to be a Republican to understand these problems, and want to address them - it just seems like it.  I'll support anyone doing so, and so would most Americans if they could hear about it over the onslaught of lies from the Fake News Media and their allies.

I'll take a Trump Republican over a Muller Republican any time.

Random Topics / Re: Random stupid things on your mind. Post them.
« on: December 26, 2017, 09:22:55 PM »
...   Thing is she was wearing this really, really, low cut outfit, with no brassiere and these fishnet stripper-like stockings.   She kept bending over the whole evening and everyone saw a absolutely everything there was to see on multiple occasions...

And you didn't want to go



It is with deep sadness that I come before you all to share that George has suffered a personal tragedy with the passing of his dear friend MARONEY...

Does he have a credit card?

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 26, 2017, 08:47:38 AM »
With all the controversy surrounding Mueller and how above reproach he's supposed to be I started looking into his background. I didn't get further than his Wikipedia page when I came across this bit of recent history that I'm sure many have forgotten about already:

In March 2004, Mueller and deputy attorney general James Comey, threatened the Bush administration with their resignations if the White House overruled the DOJ finding that the domestic wiretapping under the Terrorist Surveillance Program (TSP) was unconstitutional, if such were done without a court warrant.[25] On March 10, 2004, United States Attorney General John Ashcroft was being visited by his wife as he was treated in the intensive care unit at the George Washington University Hospital. They were joined there by Mueller and Comey, and shortly afterward, by Jack Goldsmith of the DOJ's Office of Legal Counsel and Patrick Philbrin. None of them wanted the TSP reauthorized. After the quartet's arrival, Ashcroft refused to give his consent to an extension of the program, despite being pressured at the hospital soon afterward by White House Chief of Staff Andrew Card and White House Counsel Alberto Gonzales. They were requesting that he waive the DOJ ruling and permit the domestic warrantless eavesdropping program to continue beyond its expiration date. He additionally informed the pair that due to his illness, he had delegated his powers as USAG to Comey. On March 12, 2004, after meeting alone and individually with Mueller and Comey at the White House, the president gave his support to changes in the program sufficient to satisfy the concerns of Mueller, Ashcroft and Comey.[26][25]

As director, Mueller barred personnel from the FBI from participating with the CIA in enhanced interrogations. At a dinner, Mueller defended an attorney (Thomas Wilner) who had been attacked for his role in defending Kuwaiti detainees, standing up, raising his glass and saying "I toast Tom Wilner. He's doing what an American should." When Bush confronted Mueller about the perception his agency was failing to round up more terrorists in the U.S., Mueller responded saying about possible suspects, "If they don't commit a crime, it would be difficult to identify and isolate" them. Vice President Dick Cheney objected, castigating Mueller thus: "That's not just good enough. We're hearing this too much from the FBI."[27]

You can see that he and Comey were already setting up the situation for their scam that even Bush and Cheney (as corrupt as they were) pushed back against. :D

He's very well respected by the swamp, the deep state, the globalists, the Democrats, and the fake media.  That he calls himself a Republican is fantastic cover and allows him access into their camp as well. 

Imagine the fury if someone with his domestic spying background had been appointed special prosecutor of some Democrat, or was a long-time personal friend of one of the presidents key adversaries in the matter.  The reason the Ds and the pretend media would have been up in arms is the very reason this person was selected for Trump.  This should have been pointed out the same day he was hired, followed by his firing. 

That all the Ds seem to love him was the first clue.  Anyone even a little bit even-handed would be relentllesstly attacked - you know, the way they always do - in the hope that would cause him to, well, conduct himself the way Muller has.

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 25, 2017, 05:53:49 PM »

I don't blame them.  They should move their US embassy out of the crime infested DC swamp.  Moving it to Israel is as good a place as any.

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 25, 2017, 04:24:16 PM »
It is amazing that it is controversial for the President to mention Christmas...

Well, the Muslims and others who come here don't like it.  Of course they're happy enough to take advantage of the rest of what our society offers.

Imagine going to live in another country, and demanding they change their holidays and traditions to accomodate you.  Imagine escaping some impoverished shithole, then trying to change as much here as possible to the way things are ''back home''.  We really need to start vetting immigrants better, incuding telling them to blend in or leave. 

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Abstaining From Coast Host George Noory
« on: December 25, 2017, 01:03:57 AM »
Coast-to-Coast is not Playboy Radio.  But...

This month, it was all about Hooters, "spin-the-bottle", and "beautiful women in bikinis".

After the "beautiful women in bikinis" mention, I have abstained from Coast on George nights.

In the past, listeners' ears were graced with:

Sexy demons, send some.  (how did that work out, George?)
Send photos (female fans)
"Pretty and fun" (marriage wrecking) nude model Elizabeth Montgomery
"Gorgeous" LA women
Flirting with a 22-year old guest
Being (married at the time and) in love with the MTV ZZ Top actresses
Swedish women
The Splash mermaid
Tattooed ex's
The famous gaming model
"Travelin' Man"
Sandra Bullock (no mention of her gravity-defying hairdo, though...)
The Daily Single George Noory spread
Nude model Lisa Rinna "I've seeeeen her around!"
Nude model Marilyn Monroe, who he considers an example of "good taste in women" despite her morals
The "attractive" actress who texts him
The stripper story in which the only thing he cared about was, "Well, uh, did she ever post a photo?"
A female caller who he lamented did not send a photo
Elvira "return without your brothers"
Nude model 25-year old Miley Cyrus
The (underweight, dehydrated, 10-day colon cleansing) Victoria's Secret panty (and recently nude) models
Flirting with (married) nude model Jessica Hall
Phrases to Whitley Strieber such as, "What does she look like, that is the question!"
Saying "What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas"
Saying he takes a Vegas vacation whenever he plays a certain bumper song
Burlesque dancers, described in detail
Ridiculing old people and people with dental problems (with his mush mouth!)
Panty model Christina Ferrari
Playboy panty model Yvette Vickers
Flirting with Playboy Nude model and animal rights activist Pam Anderson
Flirting with (engaged, at the time) panty model Jennifer Love Hewitt
Lusting for a "cave women"
Talking about pretty girls on tarot cards
Talking about making a young, breathy caller his "French correspondent"

It is really hard to believe George even has a stalker.  Who would want to date a man who's always going on about the sex appeal of many sundry nude or panty models, one of whom was found mummified in her home long after her death...?!  And, who would want to date a man who calls on sexy demons even though he already claims to have a stalker?!  And who wants to date a man with a stalker.  Like, where would you go..?

George bet Tommy he could even make sex boring. 

Fuckin' Tommy.  He'll never learn.

How To Use BellGab / Re: Some Changes to BellGab
« on: December 25, 2017, 12:50:02 AM »
you have all of the images, so repost them.

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Abstaining From Coast Host George Noory
« on: December 25, 2017, 12:45:28 AM »
Ho, ho, ho, three hos for everyone

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 24, 2017, 07:53:46 PM »
In unrelated news, the Pipsqueak of the Senate announced Jan 2 as the date he will officially resign.  In order to spend time with his family and pursue other interests.

Which means the position of official Pipsqueak of the Senate is vacant.  While this is traditionally a self-appointed position, nominations are welcome.  I'd nominate Elizabeth Warren, but she already holds the office of official Fake Indian.  Kamala Harris appears to have the inside track.

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 24, 2017, 07:49:16 PM »
... I didn't really think you'd answer the question without it going to the Clintons, Obama, or something else...

Because that's the pro-crime, pro-criminal, party of harassment and rape?

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 24, 2017, 05:53:38 PM »

Yeah, but unfortunately, what you say doesn't really carry much weight, now does it? Now run along, Swishy wants to pull your chain.

It seems to me it's the Democrats who have the problem with harassing women, and the Democrat women who've been protecting them all these years. 

Starting with Hilary Clinton and her rapist husband.  To this day the most revered member of the Democrat elite.

Which is why trying to put all this - or any of this - on Trump is laughable.

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 24, 2017, 05:44:59 PM »
...  Okay, be honest here, if you were in a position to do so, knowing what you do about Trump and his immediate family, who would employ him and trust him with their company, its finances (down to petty cash), its reputation and future standing?

If you say you would, you're overlooking his many bankruptcies, his scams, his cheating (in business), his terrible reputation with almost anyone who has done business with him, and of course his inability to be trusted to keep his hands to himself with your other half, your female employees and pretty much anyone he fancies.

I would if the alternative was either one of the Clintons, or their associates.

To respond to your ''be honest here'' request, the only female employees who would be in danger are the ones with fake boobs and who moved to the US to become trophy wives.  And they'd be pretty pissed off if I told Trump ''hands off''.

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 24, 2017, 05:13:09 PM »
Totally unbiased- until you realize the 2010 tax cuts signed by Obama and passed by the Democrats was not a tax cut at all... it was simply an extension of the Bush tax cuts that were due to expire.

You’re welcome.

That was an independent article, dammit

i just feel compelled to point out that a lot of Haitians DO actually have AIDs

You know facts don't matter.

What matters is the narrative - Trump is evil and racist, and we need to divide the country as many ways as possible, then assign those various groups to the Democrat whiner's coalition. 

How To Use BellGab / Re: Some Changes to BellGab
« on: December 24, 2017, 05:05:06 PM »
BellGab's new server provides unlimited storage space, so image attachments have been re-enabled.  If there are any file types you'd like to attach which are not currently allowed, let me know. 

Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: December 24, 2017, 04:57:55 PM »
... Here's wishing Jorch a mouthful of marbles Happy New Year...

George thanks you but says he already has that

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 24, 2017, 07:16:21 AM »
A study based upon data from the OBAMA years dumb fuck! Trump STILL hasn't been in office quite one year. BOOM!

No, no, no, you must be wrong.  Didn't you read the part about the survey being ''independent''?

He didn't mention independent of what or who, or the difference between surveys that are independent and those that aren't, or why surveys that are said to be ''independent'' are assumed to have no bias, but dammit it's independent.

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 23, 2017, 10:56:19 PM »
"On Thursday, there will be a vote at the UN criticizing our choice. And yes, the US will be taking names."
But it is a matter of course for the Left and Democrats to make up quotes. I thought the line was hilarious and clearly some were worried. I would like that Congress cuts off much of the funds we send to other countries unless it is in specific US interest. And any amounts given are docked against against illegal aliens- or legal  immigrants they send us who have committed crimes. And considering Christmas, the "taking names," like Santa "having a list," was a nice jab at the Leftists who hate Christmas.  ;)

Going back to at least the Cold War, these third world kleptocracies knew they could side with the Soviet Union in forums like the UN, stay in Moscow's good graces, and there would be no downside in their relationship with us.  Including a continuation of foreign aide and the rest of the goodies we and other western countries provide.  And by doing so they could also pander to certain groups inside and outside their countries.

Everyone knew most of that aid money wasn't going to go to build the schools, hospitals, roads, etc, it was earmarked for, but would end up in the Swiss bank accounts of the top gov officials and the owners of the construction companies hired to build them.  We were paying them in order to keep them out of the Soviet orbit, not withstanding their UN votes.

The Cold War is long over.  The only countries whose opinions matter on where our embassy in Israel is located are Israel's and ours.  The decision is not up for discussion or a vote.  If any of these places want to insert themselves into our business and hold a vote, go right ahead - but if anyone wants to vote against our decision on this, why shouldn't we tell them to piss off?   Regardless of how many images of Hitler people want to post.

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 23, 2017, 06:02:27 PM »
Oh wait.  Any lie, smear, or attack against Trump or his administration de facto demonstrates integity and honesty.  Sorry, I forget the new rules sometimes.

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 23, 2017, 05:59:42 PM »
Nikki Haley: “I will be taking names of countries that disagree with Trump.”


Yes, to determine whether we should continue their foreign aid.  Somehow that part was left off, which makes the motivation, honesty, and integrity of whoever put that together suspect..

Please explain why we should continue funding governments that oppose us in the UN or oppose our policies in general.  I'd really like to know.  While you're at it, please explain what any of that has to do with Hitler, I'm not sure the Nazis even sent foreign aid to other countries.

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