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Politics / Re: Name Something You Trust More Than Democrats
« on: Yesterday at 11:22:38 PM »
Communists because at least they admit they’re communists.

Yep. By Dr. Fred Schwarts even, as I recall. Used to be easily found at yardsales and used book stores. Likely on Amazons now?  On phone n cant look up. But,basically, commies tell you what they will do and keep the promises.

Politics / Re: Name Something You Trust More Than Democrats
« on: Yesterday at 11:05:55 PM »
My hat is off to you. The sheer number of people you would likely "offend" with that post is off the charts... But it made me damn near swallow my lozenge in a fit of laughter.

Somehow you have managed to distill the essence of bellgab and package it in one post.

Mazel tov.

Now we cooking with gas. Lee might get some feedback but I don't agree that the essence of BG.

Politics / Re: Name Something You Trust More Than Democrats
« on: Yesterday at 10:59:25 PM »
Not exactly the type of response I was looking for, but it's a start.

How about gas station sushi with a half price sticker on it.

Fresh seafood in the Midwest. Loose Slots at a casino (note spelling, not double-entrendre or even pun,) most politicians, and, if I was a cop, someone who says "I had only a couple of beers."

Haha no I deleted them all years ago -- this was even before you could make money with ads.

I am practicing but I think I will have to actually write a script since I can't seem to extemporize without wandering wildly and leaving things out that are essential to my point.  I have a newfound respect for people who can just talk when nobody's there.  It is the most unnatural thing in the world and I keep laughing at how ridiculous it feels.

Many a professor, spouse, pastor, politician, teacher, coach, salesman, boss, or parent has done so- at least at times. Knowing it, or not, talk when "no one is there," at least listening. I think it is perfectly natural. Not saying good. The fairer sex also has rhe ability to even both talk at once, at same time, and, somehow, communicate to each other- which is even an odder phenomena.

Politics / Re: Name Something You Trust More Than Democrats
« on: Yesterday at 10:14:25 PM »
Jim Jones Kool-Aid

Prominent Democrat "get out the vote" Jim Jones, and possible CIA asset if one believes some deeper conspiracies, used Flavor-Aid. Kool-Aid got the bum rap. And should've sued to DNC n media for the bad publicity. But all publicity is good, I guess. And my spelling on phone so might've got trade-marked sugar water brands slightly wrong. But used the off-brand- not Kool one in the jungle.

Paranormal - Conspiracy - UFOs - Etc. / Re: Bugs bigfoot map
« on: Yesterday at 10:07:57 PM »
I genuinely dont think art lied on his show and just let people spew nonsense buy the buggs map I think was legit bs. Art always said that he wouldn't reveal the map cause of legal trouble buggs might get in. Once buggs died again art had the map mentioned it but instead of giving it to an investigator he again hid behind buggs and legal trouble citing buggs family. Wtf does his family have to do with anything? The it was just such a sorry excuse. We heard little of the map too.
Great radio. Still on repeat better than stuff now. But, you decide... things not 'disclosed' and 'agreements' etc?

Buggs Map
Mel's Hole(s) locations
Super secret Fatima "3rd" or others
Art's Parts
Fidgets not paid for
Claim to be high-level Mason as 'joke' 
Kathleen Keating's anti-Christ id 
I figure folks can recall more....leave 'em guessing or fantasy or...?

Radio and Podcasts / Re: The Michael Decon Program
« on: Yesterday at 06:40:23 PM »
David Dees show was greatness! The ending that devolved into everyone in Hollywood, Victoria's Secret, MMA, LA "hair metal" bands, etc being engineered-in-the-womb trannies was epic!

Random Topics / Re: Celebrity Deaths
« on: Yesterday at 06:34:43 PM »
Apparently Texe Marrs died last month. Somehow I missed the news.

I like that they got in an ad for his latest book in the obit:

"He finished his most recent book, Psychopaths: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow, which is to be released December 1. It can be purchased at RiverCrest Publishing. Services with military honors to be at 1 p.m. Wednesday, November 27, 2019, Cook Walden Mortuary, 6300 William Cannon Drive, Austin, TX. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in Texe's name, to Bible Home Church or RiverCrest Publishers, 4819 R.O. Drive, Suite 102, Spicewood, TX 78669."

So, because of you statistics about faggotry are fake and gay?

Hah, and Fake News will quote the fake and gay statistics.

My head explodes.

Yes! Fake all surveys. Why not the politicians etc do it? And almost ALL college psych tests really have another motive than told to students trying to make a few easy bucks.

Neilsen called but I missed it. (They send you one measely buck) about radio choices again. Last time I did it it was a written form but now, apparently, it is digital. Anyway I, sorta, tell truth but mainly lie. For their listen stats and stations: it is WWCR (I want SW to show up in some radio survey,) the two 'pirate' low-power FM stations, and some local AMs. And the obscure "HD radio" local music station- even though most radios never get those signals now but for a few years they did. Sources of news and politics surveys I skew by saying Pacifica, Infowars, NPR, Rense, C2C, and RedIce. 

Again no live Hoagie:

A "horrendous move" was my favorite excuse. Dog issue was interesting idea, cribbing "dog ate my homework." Alas, flu. Lame excuse but now recently,

the weather? And an "old" house? Come one, RCH...a science guy, as claimed, can't figure out. Some GFCI switch? Fuse? Only in office? So can't do elsewhere or run to Lowes n fix? Questionable, at best.[/size]

Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: December 08, 2019, 08:04:15 PM »

Jorch is so inventive, surely he deserves a spot in the Radio Hall of Fame. Tonight's open phone part of the program is 'What was the most fortunate moment in your life?'  An old guy who I guess is a regular caller and blind tells some story that concludes with a description of a conversation the caller had with his dad before he died and he breaks down in tears, of course Jorch being the awkward automaton that he is can't respond in any human way so tells the caller 'well keep listening Dan' and then to the audience 'Folks that was Dan the Blind Man'. WTF!!!

Next up was everybody's favorite know-it-all butt sniffer Thomas from La Jolla who declared that the most fortunate moment in his life 'was encountering Coast and its' hosts and audience.' If true you really have to pity the man.
I guffawed at that also. But at least he didn't do the usual Norry and call him "Dan-O the Blind Man" or something. Normally Norry likes to either make up a nickname for a caller. Or if caller used a nickname by calling him by his, assumed, full name. Often he makes weird, rarely if ever used, nicknames for callers.

Norry also explained again how "big flat screen tvs" can be used to view his new YouTube channel. Years ago it was claimed by Tommee that people hold "watching parties" and watch the Norry Giam channel. And Norry opined that you can watch on your "flat screen" and gave a vague technical gobbley-gook about how to do so. 

ps: Tommee is on jury duty so wasn't manning the boards and screening calls. Seqeustered? Most Courts operate banker hours not at midnight (tv's 'Night Court' being an exception.)

Politics / Re: Saudi Massacre at Pensacola 20191206
« on: December 08, 2019, 05:01:04 PM »
Updated an hour ago
PENSACOLA, Fla. -- The FBI is working under the presumption that a fatal shooting at a Florida naval base carried out by an aviation student from Saudi Arabia was an act of terrorism, the agency said Sunday...

No shit, Sherlock.  In other news, the FBI is working under the presumption the sun will rise tomorrow.
I think we should wring our hands and navel-gaze muttering to ourselves  "why do they hate us?" "What did we do wrong to them?" :How can we ban guns? "How can we accomodate Islam better?" and maybe some candlelight vigils and community outreach to the Islamic community and other communities of marginalized people of color. NASA should, again as Obama did, be tasked that their primary directive is to promote Islam. 

Radio and Podcasts / Re: The GabCast (A podcast about BellGab)
« on: December 06, 2019, 10:58:08 PM »
goddamn tweets aren't embedding.
You, finally, got on the list? I wonder what FEMA color-code you also got now?  ;)

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Richard Groyper YOUTUBE STAR!!!
« on: December 06, 2019, 10:33:19 PM »
"Freedom, not license" to crib and misquote Milton.

Politics / The Usual
« on: December 06, 2019, 10:27:25 PM »
Mormons killed, kidnapped, etc by cartels. Many people aren't aware of various Mormons and Mennonites who moved/move to Mexico, some for reasons not so good but other just honest folks. Well they have been getting caught up in the chaos in Mexico.  No person should visit Mexico, even if you have to for business or go to a supposed "protected" plaza or resort.  If you go don't bring your family, especially women, and take out kidnapping and extra life insurance.

The Usual: 

We have homeless epidemic in Democrat controlled cities and States but we pay hotels to house illegals- and Democrats complain?
Suspect in southeast Austin murder-suicide had already been deported 

Of course.... 

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Critical Omissions with Douglas Dietrich
« on: December 06, 2019, 10:03:54 PM »
Yeah. And what Dietrich and his cult boy George Knight assert is the opposite!

You are a decent researcher yourself I know cannot then attack me for not knowing!  You can only attack me for what you know~
I wasn't attacking you.  :o I don't think? I just mentioned that the guy's book was redacted and then changed and so suspect as a source (that, apparently, DDD uses.) Now, as an author this could have been not his fault but sources were found to be false. History etc is always being revised as new information is found. On the other hand, there are also authors who cherry-pick or just plain make stuff up for sales. Or do the "I'm writing it as a fiction but it is 'true' but easier for the reader" crap.

Politics / Re: Saudi Massacre at Pensacola 20191206
« on: December 06, 2019, 09:56:24 PM »
More guns? No.  Let qualified military personnel carry on duty, on base/post/station to protect themselves and others?  Yes.
Though they aren't military many police departments require, or allow if wanted, off-duty LEO's to carry. Because you never know when something might happen and even, personally, they might be targetted.

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Critical Omissions with Douglas Dietrich
« on: December 06, 2019, 09:53:19 PM »
And Albrect I do not have a paid subscription to C2C! So your post is mute.  I respect you but you give me BS I can neither see nor hear nor analyze
I was just referencing that the author had been on the show. Not his veracity, as you mentioned his publisher even had to suspend sales and/or revise books, or to give you "BS." If you have some basic skills you can find the shows, not saying they are of worth a listen, for free on the interwebs, torrents, etc. -Not that I am advocating downloading content for free without permission of copyright holder-

Dietrich quoted a source as saying 10,000 US Marines died during and after WW2 of radiation poisoning.  Saying Marines of the 2nd Marine Division were tasked by order of the Japanese to "clean up" Hiroshima and Nagasaki and bury bodies.  Dietrich cited Greg Mitchell's book "The Atomic Coverup" published 12 July 2011

"Last Train from Hiroshima offers a "you are there" time capsule, gracefully wrapped in elegant prose. At the narrative's core are accounts, some eyewitness and some to still be substantiated, of those who experienced the atomic explosions firsthand - both Japanese civilians and American fliers in the air. Thirty people are known to have fled Hiroshima for Nagasaki - where they arrived just in time to survive the second bomb. According to Pellegrino, one of them is the only person who experienced the full effects at ground zero both times. Pellegrino weaves spellbinding stories together within a narrative that challenges the "official report", showing what happened - and providing an explanation into the why.

Recently, there have been questions about the accuracy of some parts of this book. At this time, Audible will continue to make it available to our customers, but we wanted to make you aware of the issues.
A Note from Henry Holt and Company and Macmillan Books:

"It is with deep regret that Henry Holt and Company announces that we will no longer print, correct or ship copies of Charles Pellegrino's The Last Train from Hiroshima due to the discovery of dishonest sources of information for the book. It is easy to understand how even the most diligent author could be duped by a source, but we also understand that this opens that book to very detailed scrutiny. The author of any work of non-fiction must stand behind its content. We must rely on our authors to answer questions that may arise as to the accuracy of their work and reliability of their sources. Unfortunately, Mr. Pellegrino was not able to answer the additional questions that have arisen about his book to our

Dietrich claims he has a book written by Charles Pelligrino "The Last Train from Hiroshima: The Survivors Look Back" which he states is worth thousands of dollars because of a dispute with the publisher who recalled the book and ordered all copies burned or destroyed!:

The book was then edited and published as:

You can buy both for 30-60 dollars!
That guy Pelligrino has been on C2C before.

Politics / Re: Saudi Massacre at Pensacola 20191206
« on: December 06, 2019, 08:07:41 PM »
Yup! the only answer is more guns, and better marksmen! This song is often misinterpreted as about Vietnam. Just ask John Fogerty. The "Jungle" is amerikkka!

Think about it, "200 million guns are loaded" tweren't no 200 million guns in Vietnam, but there were at the time of this song 200 million guns in amerikkka. Now 300 million plus, and far deadlier!
Hell yeah!  Your comment reminded me of two things. Epic Agony Column shows and the awesome sign in "Cannonball Run." 

Politics / Re: Saudi Massacre at Pensacola 20191206
« on: December 06, 2019, 07:41:47 PM »
We used to have "cowering in place" drills in preparation for just such an event.  I was never particularly comforted by the thought the SPs we counted to save us were graduates of a ten week tech school  course and then given a badge and a gun.  Ironically, in my organization we had two individuals, a former USN SEAL and a former USAF PJ, who I would have preferred to have been armed to protect us.
The shooter was there for "three-year U.S. Air Force Foreign Military Sales training program in August."

Old article so these issues might have been addressed. (Note CFR article!  ;) )
"The program contains no system for tracking which foreign military officers attended IMET."

Politics / Re: Saudi Massacre at Pensacola 20191206
« on: December 06, 2019, 03:50:27 PM »

Will be interesting to see if Trump rethinks this?  Last I heard commanders could issue "may carry" authorization on base to active duty personnel on a case-by-case basis as long as they met specific criteria.  What I was told by former colleagues was that USAF commanders were disinclined to allow personal carry for fear of liability and accountability issues.

Interesting. Like the Border and 'refugee' policy I, sadly, think Trump will talk a good game but do little on the issue. He already defended the Saudis via tweet.  I guess I would defer to the branches or the base commander. Seems absurd members of the military in good standing wouldn't be allowed to be armed in most cases/places. Cadets, foreign military, those in training etc I would say no. And usual rules like a civilian (trained, background check, no drunk/drugs, no mental problems, etc.)

Politics / Re: Saudi Massacre at Pensacola 20191206
« on: December 06, 2019, 02:45:25 PM »
Unfortunately it is hard to track down information on this latest Muslim committing his peace because he, as reported, Mohammed Alshamrani, is such a common name.

Just one, of many, Mohammed Alshamrani found in basic interweb search there are so many others....

Also, "interesting" that two recent shooting events at Naval Bases. 

Sometimes Social Justice pays off. Her lawyer got a 1/3, likely, and she could've got more if she got more out of the tax-payers if she involved more prominent race hustlers and shysters.

Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: December 05, 2019, 11:32:21 PM »
Maybe George thinks that Nativity Scenes are: "spiritual,  but not religious", just like him.

Did I hear correctly last night? I thought I heard George refer to Odin as "Odom" several times.
He did. Sad. Odum. Oh, Dumb.

Politics / Re: Hillary Clinton
« on: December 05, 2019, 11:28:27 PM »
Running from what?
indictment? civil suits? Who knows?

Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: December 05, 2019, 08:58:12 PM »
Maybe George thinks that Nativity Scenes are: "spiritual,  but not religious", just like him.

Did I hear correctly last night? I thought I heard George refer to Odin as "Odom" several times.
I did not listen. Would not surprise me. I might listen since going to put up some Christmas lights on the house and knock out some of the more leaves that have fallen all over the place, again. Though after I have breakfast I won't need to hear how many eggs I should've eaten by Doc Wallet- so will FFW. But a bit concerned because doesn't sound like guest is into "Odin" or some interesting Nordic mythology but "feminist, ego-based, and concerned with healing the earth and healing ourselves," according to the weak, carouselled C2C website.

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