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Braaps. I'm happy see that, despite firing/bet-dispute that RCH is adhering to ALL C2C guest websites must be geo-cities hotdog html in homage to Art and the 90s.

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A WEARABLE DEVICE THAT DETECTS SUB AUDIBLE SOUNDS FROM RADIO STATIONS TO DETERMINE WHICH STATION SOMEONE IS LISTENING TO.  WOW.
Indeed, if a company is using such a device simply for ratings information imagine what other companies or agencies are using. Should be a show on something like C2C but with a decent guest. The tech, how it is used, where else is it used, and the scandal would be interesting radio.
https://www.markramseymedia.com/2014/06/radio-ratings-are-in-a-heap-of-trouble/

Also Schrader said "they already did it" the other night but aside from an old Nokia flipphone none of my Androids (Samsung) or iPhones had the FM chip enabled and accessible. I agree it would be a good thing, especially as we've seen with things like Harvey and the Forest Fires and where cell service might be disrupted. Please free listening to radio- not streaming (using roaming fees or data limits) or just over WiFi.

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Random Topics / Re: What a crazy year for baseball...
« on: October 21, 2017, 10:40:57 PM »
Came sooooo coose to having the Cubs and Astros. Oh well.

It was kind of unique in that the 4 final teams represented the 4 largest cities. That was good for MLB but you sure could the announcers favored NY.
There could be other theories but I will leave those alone, for now, since I'm happy!

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Random Topics / Re: What a crazy year for baseball...
« on: October 21, 2017, 10:38:41 PM »
So it's the old NL West showing up.  Nice!
Yeah, I didn't like when "they" moved Houston to AL, so even better when Stros win it all in a bit! Screw the tv, screw MLB management, go 'STROS!!!

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Random Topics / Re: What a crazy year for baseball...
« on: October 21, 2017, 10:31:35 PM »
'STROS! FUCK YA! And you know MLB and tv conglomerates wanted a "coast" series. Well, they got it- and so-called "Third Coast" gonna win it all!!

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: October 20, 2017, 10:46:36 PM »
Start a man cave.  Puh-lease.
I know some of the objects women of desire being posted publicly is amazing. Have some decorum and keep your deepest, darkest sexual experiences, or fantasies, to the basement coffin during the Skull & Bones, or other fraternal societies, indoctrination process. Please. This is about GNS!

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: October 20, 2017, 10:39:28 PM »
I wrote 'you're' initially, but it didn't seem right, but you're right, I was wrong to change it.  Thank you Mr Grammar Nazi.

In regards to your 'teaching' me here: are you suggesting Ex Sheriff David Clarke is a racist?
No, the initial poster and you for reposting are so. People-of-color cannot be racist because they are under the hammer of a racist, classist, sexist, homophobic, capitalistic, Christian (nominally,) Western hegemony.  ;)
ps: he is still called "Sheriff" by normal usage. General rule of thumb is if multiple people still hold the position one can still refer to a former official by their former title but, like the US President, where their is only one in office at one time former ones should not be called it (although you will still hear it.) There are regional nuances and also when addressing things like formal invitations, etc.
Here is one good book/site on protocol of address:
http://www.formsofaddress.info/former.html



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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: October 20, 2017, 10:28:30 PM »
I wrote you're initially, but it didn't seem right, but you're right, I was wrong to change it.  Thank you Mr Grammar Nazi.
Bitte

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: October 20, 2017, 10:23:31 PM »
Yes, you are a racist.  Well, you would be except you're brain dead, so your not anything.
Might I suggest, racist, who was reposting and making fun of how certain people-of-color like adornment and colorful clothing, stick with full words? That way you don't mistake simple things, that even illegal children learn in taxpayer funded ESOL programs, such as the difference between "your" and "you're." When in doubt just type "you are" or, in the case of possessive, type "your."  This avoids "you're" ;) frequent mistakes.

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Politics / Re: The Border is Secure
« on: October 20, 2017, 10:11:43 PM »
http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-sonoma-arson-20171017-story.html
Awful fires in Spain and Portugal have been claimed by local politicians to be have been set by "refugees" but, so far, it is claimed that this illegal is not connected to the awful forest fires in California, despite his arrest for arson.

And is a case sure to cause people, especially Leftists but also on the other side perhaps, some confusion the most recent ruling, is that an underage illegal is allowed to kill what would be her anchor baby and Right-wing Texas politicians and Trump administration are fighting for her to have the anchor baby. Or, I guess, the anchor baby's rights? Interestingly the ACLU is on the forefront is fighting that the anchor baby is aborted. :o
http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/nationworld/ct-immigrant-teen-abortion-ruling-20171020-story.html
(There is also a noticeable typo in the article. No editors anymore, I guess?)

Just the usual games that illegals like to play, no word if he had Obama DREAMER status:
http://www.robesonian.com/news/103809/man-charged-with-statutory-rape-2

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: October 20, 2017, 10:01:20 PM »
So many racists on the internet.

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3rd week in a row he is gonna try that deep symbology crap from the Vegas Shootings
He needs to use his prior jail connections and get SDM on a smuggled cellphone from prison to deal with the symbology on the LV shootings. I'm sure he predicted it and can explain the various numerology, Nostradamus, and Remote Viewers that predicted it. That would be a coup for his show. Or he will have technical difficulties or some excuse like a sick dog, RIP, or working on his Magnum Opus (when was that book going to be released?)  ;)

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: October 20, 2017, 03:11:11 PM »
Profound Norry question: "would you, I don't play tennis, but would you play tennis with a robot?"
AI expert guest must have been rolling his eyes. At least, thus far, Norry hasn't pulled his "I am a robot" shtick as he had in the past with callers.

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: October 20, 2017, 01:24:47 AM »
Victor Sjostrom was so good in that.  That is probably my favorite Bergman film.  Sjostrom is a hell of a director too.  If you get the chance, watch the silent films he made like The Phantom Carriage and The Wind. Great films in their own right. I caught bits of Friday the 13th movies on commercial television in the past but did not want to watch them in that format with all the good bits cut out.  I hate censorship and always will. I didn't really care for the slasher films when I was growing up so I pretty much avoided them save for Halloween, Nightmare on Elm Street, and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.   I've decided to catch up on many of them this year.
TCM had "The Phantom Carriage" on the other night but I recorded. Haven't seen. Interesting because the 'carriage' issue in Strawberries made me think of that.
I like, from nostalgia, etc some of those 'slasher' films. And some are great. And, of course, the old Universal, etc movies. But some of the old, or foreign, stuff, is better. Most scary movie I've seen? Done by a bonafide rapist: "The Tenant."

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: October 20, 2017, 01:10:27 AM »
I have yet to watch the Hills Have Eyes and I am a horror movie nut though I'll confess I'm more into old-school horror  influenced by German Expressionism.  Also psychological horror and haunted house horrors.  I watched Last House on the Left for the first time a couple months ago and it was ok but not that great. Real low-budget, grade z cheapie influenced by Bergman's The Virgin Spring but to mention those 2 movies in the same sentence is an insult to Bergman.  I'm watching the Friday the 13th movies now for the first time.  First couple ones were pretty good but it definitely starts going downhill with Part 5.  I'm getting ready to watch Part 6 now.  I'll try to catch the Hills Have Eyes.
You need to watch "Outback" ("Wake In Fright") better, so much than those others in many ways. Weird you never seen the Friday 13th stuff. Re: Bergman. Yes, great stuff. "Wild Strawberries" one of my favorites. A mindfuck of a film with such subtlety. (and hot chicks!)

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: October 19, 2017, 11:35:37 PM »

Has he been accused of rape by anyone?  Have any of them written a book about it or is there a suit pending?  Who has he paid off?  Tell us all about.
There were some apparent spurious claims and some lawsuits (or threats thereof,) if you recall. "Victims" and their lawyers rescinded them when "victims," time-lines, and evidence wasn't presented and, as I further recall, maybe even threats of counter-suits emerged. I don't like a lot of Trump's style and was always, still am a bit, suspect of his history, friends, and connections- he was a New Yorker and involved with Hollywood/media after all but still better than the other alternative- and doing well on many levels. More than I suspected DC establishment and the media would allow. It is interesting to see though how it is all going. Crazy and fun times! Fun also to see Hollywood and the DNC eating their own and having to figure out how to 'spin' so many abusers, kicking out 'diverse' people from DNC and Academy/business positions, and 'fix' internal politics- if they can.

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: October 19, 2017, 11:27:39 PM »
This is a perfect breakdown of what was an unbelievable level of incompetence.  Even by Noory standards.  I only tuned in for the last five minutes or so but that was so terrible I can only imagine how awful two hours must have been.  In the final minutes of the show they get a call about someone who mentioned how scary The Hills Have Eyes was for him growing up.  George said "what was so scary about it?"  Even worse he did it while the guest was responding to the caller.  After the guest explained the plot of the movie George said "tries to eat you??"  George had never heard of The Hills Have Eyes.  It's one of the most famous horror flicks of all time.  After the guest said that they were cannibals Noory immediately asked about an Australian movie that nobody has heard of and didn't even get the title of the film correct! The guest told George that he made up the name of the movie.  LOL.  Norry then stumbled through explaining the story of the movie.  George also commented that one of the worst movies he has ever seen is The Adventures of Barron Munchausen.  Now I haven't seen that movie but I looked it up and it has 92% on Rotten Tomatoes.  It's also not even listed as a horror.  The guest that that if that was the worst movie George has ever seen then George must have a blessed life.  The guest was very polite but it must have been hard to do.  All of this in five minutes or less.

I went to bed stunned that Noory could be that clueless.  How do you do a national interview about horror movies and have never heard of The Hills Have Eyes??

I consider myself among the dumb people in my circles.  After hearing the show the other night I am convinced that Noory is mentally retarded.
Yeah, "The Hills Have Eyes" should've been known, especially, as Hollywood does these days, I think it was also remaked recently and Norry is a king in Hollywood!  ;)

Was it "Wake In Fright" (a.k.a. "Outback") that Norry attempted to reference and describe?  I had stopped listening to the awful interview before that because it was so horrible and not even the usual unintended comedy of Norry's mumblings and bumblings and guest taken-aback at ridiculous questions could keep me listening. But, if so, I'm surprised Norry knew the film. It is a great horror movie/ psychological drama! Intense and bizarre! Whenever Jaz posted or hosted a show I think of that film!
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0067541/?ref_=nm_flmg_act_142

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Random Topics / Re: Sustainable Dieting and Health (Naps, Diet, Exercise)
« on: October 19, 2017, 08:16:47 PM »
Probably nothing if you're not me.  It is somewhat probiotic, having pickles.  But we'd been discussing sauer kraut, which has way more probiotics and a lot less fat.  I can make my own which will suit me.  But it is quite caloric at the rate I enjoy it.

Plus I off eggs right now.  I love them but they don't love me!
What about pickled eggs?

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: October 19, 2017, 01:50:19 PM »
Glad others commented on the Mr Lobo trainwreck of an interview, the guy is an amiable conversationalist about a fun pop culture topic, shlock B horror/sci-fi movies. Shnorry is actually of the exact vintage for the subject matter, he grew up during the heyday of the B horror/monster movie shows on local TV. Yet like with every other subject matter he is embarrassingly ignorant, he's gone through life without any real interest or attachment to anything or anybody, he's emotionally and intellectually a very flat tire. Obtuse is a word I keep going back to when writing about Jorch. I felt bad for Mr. Lobo, it's like being trapped alone in a conversation with an old uncle or aunt who never was interesting or had much to offer even when they were younger.  I'd feel sorry for Jorch as well because he looked so sad and bad doing the interview but Jorch has zero self awareness and thought he and Mr. Lobo were having a rollicking good time. Cringe factor was off the chart for me.

The interchange that dropped my jaw even for Jorch was after another awkward pause where you know Mr Lobo is sitting at the other end of the phone silently mouthing 'what the fuck?'.  Jorch we know drops the same observations and questions on his listeners and guests all the time but seems to be totally unaware of it. He's like a primitive robot that has a glitch in its hardware that randomly retrieves something out of memory when triggered by a word or a picture or anything. So suddenly out of an awkward pause Jorch throws this old chestnut of his out:

'You know, I don't think John Wayne movies, westerns like that, or um ... Frank Sinatra movies would work today. What do yeeew think?'

WHAT THE FUCK ....... what kind of sense does this make, those movies even pre-date himself. This is like interviewing a rock and roll historian about different eras and genres of popular rock music and the current music scene and this comes out of your mouth 'You know, I don't think Doris Day or Bing Crosby with their records or um .. even a Glenn Miller would do well today. What do yeeew think?'  The response should be 'I think you're insane or just really stupid or at best high as fuck on something.'
Normally I can find some humor in Norry's mumbling bumbling "interviews" but the Mr.Lobo was so bad I couldn't even laugh. And Norry has had him on several times and still with the usual "how do you do what you do" and Norry wouldn't even talk about the subjects but kept bringing up movies from other genres.

The crazy thing is with every other subject Norry always references movies and tv, as if he has had no personal experiences in life except tv and movies. And yet he gets the details wrong about those movies he uses a reference points for everything in life! What a dolt.

ps: the TruthStream folks were likely too "controversial" for Norry. Could it be that PRN/iHateMedia,Inc didn't like the "Alex Jones" direction Norry steered C2C and is trying to tone it down?

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Politics / Re: Hillary Clinton
« on: October 18, 2017, 09:04:12 PM »
http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/10/18/attorney-fbi-informant-was-blocked-by-obama-administration-from-testifying-on-uranium-one-deal/
Can't Congress demand the testimony, offer immunity, or, at minimum get the documents? Also new President, AG, and administration (and Congress to an extent with both Houses in R's hands.) So, will this be investigated and brought out into the open, or not. Telling if it all "goes away."

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: October 18, 2017, 08:25:05 PM »
True, but Jorch is making it with the babes.  At least in his mind.


Norry always wants to be Hollywood and "in" with the scene there. Confronting stars in public, bragging about stars that are going to come on (but instead need to go to Boston,) etc. The next Hollywood sex scandal to break? What did the "Numbers Lady" have to do to get on the show so often? Ms.Albrecht claiming that Norry made her watch him shower and asked her to "check him for RFid chips." Shuddering...
-GNS

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: October 18, 2017, 08:08:29 PM »
GNS. 


Notice how deep and easily his finger goes in? I guess a lot of space inside. He also sure looks different compared to his "hair" style and deep black dye he is favoring now.
-GNS

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Politics / Re: Random Political Thoughts
« on: October 18, 2017, 08:06:00 PM »
You're Fired!
"Siperstein, the first transgender member of the DNC, said, "I can’t speak for Tom (Perez), but you talk about diversity — I’m extremely diverse: Jewish, veteran, transgender, lesbian, grandparent, small-business owner." "

https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/elections/shakeup-democratic-national-committee-longtime-officials-ousted-n812126

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Amy On The Radio
« on: October 18, 2017, 07:53:18 PM »
Olive Garden Explosion


I knew that "all you can eat" breadsticks and pasta promotion would have some blowback.

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Amy On The Radio
« on: October 18, 2017, 07:22:16 PM »
I think it will be something insect related. I'm losing track but I think we've already done arachnids, allergies, operations, weather 'events,' and technical problems. Could be rodent related? Hopefully not Lassa Fever....
Internet radio talk show hosts: the most dangerous job in the world.

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Politics / Re: Islam is a cancer and should be eradicated from the earth.
« on: October 18, 2017, 06:38:43 PM »
Antifa also likes to hide their faces too.  Maybe there should be laws against all masked individuals who commit criminal acts.   Y'now, if you are assaulting people with rocks and are wearing a mask not only do you get the charge for assault but also another criminal charge for being in disguise.
As GS mentioned many States do have some laws against the wearing of masks or not displaying your face but often these have caveats like in commission of a crime, in public demonstrations, etc.

The problem is enforcing the laws. We can write and pass laws all day long but if the police won't enforce them, DAs won't prosecute, mayors tell police to 'stand down,' juries won't convict, etc. I'm not sure what good they would do. As you mention we have laws against burning things in public, throwing rocks, bricks, frozen soda cans at police or people, and so on but still often the police usually let antifa, BLM, etc do their thing. I think the mayor of Baltimore even said something to the effect of "let them riot."

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Who the fuck would take their kid to something like this?
People who in a better world would not have children. \

Note another bizarre story in LA where Mexicans are pissed off at weirdo hipsters:
https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2017/oct/18/los-angeles-gentrification-boyle-heights-race-activism
"The tactics – rallies, threats, boycotts, confrontations, smashed windows, graffiti saying “fuck white art” – are controversial and effective: one gallery has fled, others are nervous and have cancelled or moved events.

Chris Kraus, the film-maker and author of I Love Dick, recently cancelled a planned reading of her latest book at the 356 Mission gallery after activists threatened to disrupt the event.

A “climate of harassment and online trolling” made the event untenable, Hedi El Kholt, managing editor of Kraus’s publisher Semiotext(e), said. “Bullying and intimidation are opposed to the very values of the work we publish.”"


Drag-queen demon reads to kids at Michelle Obama Library

http://www.wnd.com/2017/10/drag-queen-demon-reads-to-kids-at-michelle-obama-library/?cat_orig=education

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Politics / Re: Islam is a cancer and should be eradicated from the earth.
« on: October 18, 2017, 04:26:37 PM »
Some of Canada is waking up, a small bit. They should be asking: why are my tax dollars going to give social services to Muslim immigrants who like to wear extremist garb and why are they in my country?
https://beta.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/quebec-passes-bill-requiring-citizens-to-uncover-faces-while-receiving-public-services/article36638544/


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