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Once a cat becomes dependent on humans for food they enter a state of 'perpetual kittenhood' and lose their feral ability to hunt. Most will starve or become prey to other animals such as coyotes or foxes. Mountain Lions will often wander into populated areas in search of food and domesticated house cats are a favorite since they can be easily caught and devoured by a hungry cougar.

Random Topics / Re: David Bowie
« on: Today at 11:22:51 PM »
I really don't see how. It was adressed to you. And furthermore, in case you hadn't noticed (which I guess you didn't) you and kid (and any other military types here) were the number one people he trolled after me. Have a nice day, shit for brains. ;D

You too, little lady.

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Amy On The Radio
« on: Today at 11:22:07 PM »
Amy?  I think the show needs to be called Amy Off The Radio But Hoping For More Free Stuff From Bellgabbers. I wonder how much a working immune system costs.

Random Topics / Re: David Bowie
« on: Today at 11:09:32 PM »
If by Ritchie (which is what you were calling me) you mean me then try again. It's probably that stupid faggot, Swishypants, who you were pining for yesterday. ::)

If it were the Swish, he'd have you down on your knees (again) with you crying crocodile tears as he used your tender cock holster mercilessly. 

Politics / Re: Random Political Thoughts
« on: Today at 11:03:11 PM »

Started to listen, but WTF?  She can't speak a complete sentence?

Random Topics / Re: David Bowie
« on: Today at 11:00:05 PM »
Like a Marine in a Beirut barrack
::)  yeah.  Thanks for driving by, Ritchie.

Random Topics / Re: The BellGab Classic Movie Playhouse
« on: Today at 03:25:30 AM »
Lon Chaney Jr. and Burgess Meredith were perfect in that.  Sad movie to watch though.

The best version of it.  The '92 doesn't hold a candle to it.  IMO

Random Topics / Re: The BellGab Classic Movie Playhouse
« on: Today at 03:24:34 AM »
I confess that I still don't get the Wild Bunch.  To me it is ok.  I generally like Peckinpah's work but I went into watching  it for the first time expecting more than what I got.  I'm going to have to watch it on my really big screen downstairs to properly appreciate it I think.  Great acting and directing so I don't know and I love Westerns.

the thing that got me about the Wild bunch was when men would get hit, you would see blood fly.  At a young age I was fascinated.  Pretty realistic for the day it was produced in.  I didn't realize how realistic until I grew to adulthood.   

Random Topics / Re: The BellGab Classic Movie Playhouse
« on: Today at 03:00:46 AM »
Its run was brief.  I had wanted to see it at the time but it disappeared before I had a chance.  Not missing anything when it comes to Nashville.  I suffer through every film I start.  Never walked out of a movie in my life and I paid to watch this as well.  I hated it even though Altman sort of competently directed it thus the 2 stars.
I'm getting a mental picture of Pacino in revolutionary garb running with a flag.  Or is that Mel Gibson?   

Random Topics / Re: The BellGab Classic Movie Playhouse
« on: Today at 02:48:21 AM »
I watched Robert Altman's Nashville (1975) finally.  *snip* ( I've tried to watch it.  Tried.  No go.)

I do have a movie recommendation to make though.  Revolution starring Al Pacino directed by Hugh Hudson (Chariots of Fire, Greystoke, The Legend of Tarzan).   It is a Revolutionary War film and a great one at that.  It was rushed into theaters in 1985 before proper completion and panned by the critics.  Hudson and Pacino have since collaborated and finished it (mostly by inserting narration which benefits the film tremendously).  The cinematography in this film is sumptuously beautiful and Pacino does a great job in what had to be a very different and difficult role for him. Donald Sutherland and Nastassja Kinski costar.  Also look for Graham Greene and Robbie Coltrane in small roles.  4.5 stars.  It can be found in a beautiful print on DVD at the Warner archive.

Revolution.  This sounds familiar.  But I don't, really, remember it.  I'll have to look this one up.  Thanks

Random Topics / Re: David Bowie
« on: Today at 02:31:25 AM »
Still dead.  right?

Random Topics / Re: The BellGab Classic Movie Playhouse
« on: Today at 02:24:41 AM »
Watched 1939's 'Of Mice and Men.' 

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Today at 02:01:04 AM »
If - big IF - he is a lawyer, he works for some wasteful government agency, that given the choice, most people would have shut down.
No, he works for his mother one client.

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Today at 02:00:23 AM »
I'm using the imperial we, as in we give you permission to go fuck yourself.


Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Today at 01:58:22 AM »
West bids one no Trump.  South bids 2 spades.  East and north pass.

Random Topics / Re: True Confessions Of BellGab
« on: Today at 01:40:08 AM »
I once gave away the cat my landlord asked me to feed while he was on vacation.

Should have ate the damn thing.  Catz are all dark meat.

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 04:11:38 PM »
Have any of you idiots managed to come up with something specific to accuse Trump of doing in this numb-nutted Russian conspiracy of yours that would be remotely plausible, or what they would have needed him to do?  No.  No, you haven't.  Not even after a year and a half to try to come up with something.  Nothing to even accuse him of doing, let alone evidence of him doing it. 

There's apparently plenty on Hlary, Barry, most of his hack appointees in the bureaucracy, and most of the White House staff political goons though.  Not to mention their toadies in the fake media empowering it.

It is all just smoke and mirrors.  Pop smoke and evade.  That's what these parasites are trying for. 

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 04:06:09 PM »
Rosenstein is about to announce 13 indictments in the Mueller probe. All Russians, no Trump. Some are for identity theft, wire fraud and bank fraud.

No Trump, huh?  Imagine that.  Minds will be blown

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 04:05:04 PM »
This is what we've become.  Thanks, Donny John.

first of all, what's this 'we' shit?  You are a lawyer.  Not even human.  Fuck off to Canada, eh?

George's apartment needs a professional cleaning service to remove the trash, scrub the walls and floors with a powerful disinfectant. He needs to be removed from the premises until it's safe to re-enter. Right now it's a giant petri dish of dangerous bacterium that left alone will only spread to adjoining units. I'm surprised the County section 8 inspectors haven't intervened already. I'm going to notify the California Department of Health Services and advised them what's happening.

I've done that in the past.  Citing his ailments, limitations (both physical and mental), his cat infestation, etc.  "Thank you for your interest.  How are you related to Mr. senda?  Oh.  YouTube?  Well we can't give out any information unless you're related with the proper documentation. yadayadayada."'

Maybe we ought to notify the TV stations of elder neglect on the part of the Peoples Republic of California.  Refer them to specific utube vids.

Hell, the night of the broadcast would bring senda tens of thousands of views.  Who knows how many subscribers?  There.  We saved his life.  And monetized him.  Now, who wants to solve the 'world peace' situation?


George begs for people more money

I need 33 subscribers by 2-28-2018 or my videos will no longer be monetized. Please get your friends to subscribe so I can continue to receive the small payments I do from Freedom which I use to feed FLUFFY'S BAKERS DOZEN, the THIRTEEN CATS I feed. I need cat food donations for the THIRTEEN cats I feed. This is a TEMPORARY situation. I lost my rent money order in January & had to pay 2 months rent this month & it left me broke. Once I get my new credit card, I will buy 2 months wet food, dry food & litter with it & then will take the money I don't spend in cash & pay down one of my other credit cards and will not charge on it. My rent is paid until April on March 1st & I am going to pay an additional $75 every month until and through June so that in June the rent will be paid for that month and I can use the $240 for paying for my room at Alien Con. The credit card will first be used to take Fuzzy Cat to the vet as she has a respiratory infection. Then I buy the cat food & litter, pay for my Alien Con 2018 train ticket & take Kathy to a very belated Valentines Day dinner. REMEMBER PLEASE THAT THIS IS FOR THE CATS AND NOT ME. ALL DONATIONS WILL GO FOR CAT FOOD AND LITTER. Send donations to : George Senda  Cat food & litter coupons would also be appreciated.

Ooookaaaay.  Lost his rent check.  Again.  How many times is this now?  Who's keeping track?


The horror...the horror... ;D

AT 1:23 is that a powered butt plug jamming up the kitchen utility drawer?   where's DPS?  Maybe she can verify.

Random Topics / Re: youtube hates falkie
« on: Yesterday at 02:38:40 PM »
He blames the trolls for reporting him to youtube. He has one more strike then youtube will ban him for good.

Did they promise that?  In writing?

What would you like to see amputated, from one George Senda?

Just a piece at a time.

Tarantino a ratface rat. His first few movies were great. But he’s a rat. He’s always putting himself in his movies as some badass and it’s just laughable. In Pulp Fiction he’s married to a black woman, haha!!! No sister would ever look twice at that douche. Then you have the gimp ass rape scene. Someone had to write that. Someone had to think that up. Tarantino did. Before the internet. Before society became totally desensitized to sex violence.

If we had a “Cock Gobblers, Ass Grabbers and Serial Buffoons who will kill their careers” pool. He’d be at the top of my list.

1. Tarantino
Wait.  A.  Minute.  Was Tarantino the Gimp?  Why am I not surprise, with a mug like that.

"Delvonn Heckard, the Kent man whose sexual abuse lawsuit against Seattle Mayor [Democrat] Ed Murray last year prompted other allegations to come to light — eventually leading to Murray’s resignation — was found dead early Friday of an apparent drug overdose in an Auburn motel."
I wonder if there is a Clinton connection.

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Critical Omissions with Douglas Dietrich
« on: February 17, 2018, 11:20:33 PM »
I don't think that. The way you've been defending the FBI's truly heinous behavior I'm led to believe that you're probably not in the Marines anymore.
Hmmm.  Attack but not about dressing in dresses for your daddy.  Or wanting to share your wardrobe with DD.  That's telling.

Semper Fly

Chow halls were decent, though.

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