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They change it up sometimes if a guests has some issue and can't show or if they do research and discover the guest is a criminal, shyster, or something that violates even C2C's standards. There have been a few over the years that had, or later had, some pretty serious criminal charges or convictions.
Or if a host is "out with a flu" or needs a turkey sammich or hot date. Or there is an "invasion" happening somewhere. C2C webmasters also frequently leave stuff up, misspell, or don't update. I recall JBW being listed as host awhile after he left and I note I can't the place on the site where they list hosts or guest hosts. It is "all Norry, all the time" now or they don't want you to look up guest hosts shows who, like Syrett's, is better.

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That's what it said then, but a few days prior, it said something different.
They change it up sometimes if a guests has some issue and can't show or if they do research and discover the guest is a criminal, shyster, or something that violates even C2C's standards. There have been a few over the years that had, or later had, some pretty serious criminal charges or convictions.

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FIFO!  Offended!  Albrecht, are you having a toddy today?  Which of your descriptions fits YOU best?  Drunk, disabled, diseased, poor, or oddball?  Gee, why don't you draw straws for diseased!  Brain-diseased, today anyhow!  What about all the fine people who listen to coast?  Educated people, night workers?  I always thought Noory's shows were pretty white anglosaxon upper middle class privledged male oriented.  There isn't much ethnic diversity.  He kind of baby talks to the ladies.
Here is a hint: have some fun and joke around. Don't take everything so seriously. What is a problem with society, and especially comedy, today. Nobody can take a joke, make fun of themselves/group, or make fun of others. And everyone is so wanting to be offended or be seen as some kind of victim. Or understand irony and satire.  Friends also make fun of each other: on teams, in the military, at school, etc.

Norry does treat ladies different from other guests, and depending on their looks (or voice.) Norry also seems to be meaner with certain female callers. In terms of "non-white" guests it could be simply demographics because I can only recall a few. Some really good like Albert Taylor who has been on since the Art days. The guy, names escapes me now, we could win at casinos and lotterys. And Andre Eggelletion, RIP, was pretty good and frequently on for 'investment and economic advice.' Can't think of any others off the top of my head. But they do take a number of "minority" callers sometimes frequently. Besides Corneliius (recall that Norry dubbed him Corny almost in a 1930's Step-n-Fetch-It way and he would make him do his spiel. Very condescending.)

ps: what does FIFO have to do with it? Accounting? There are benefits for LIFO (only we in the US are allowed to use this methodology.)

pps: no cocktails then but I won't say I won't imbibe tomorrow as I'm off to the lake after taking advantage of HD sales and fixing up the yard with lotsa mulch and plants etc.

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Random Topics / Re: Bakegab: The Bellgab Bakeshop
« on: Today at 12:12:36 PM »
Wild low bush blueberries are the only worthwhile ones.  They are mostly grown in Maine and are very small.  I used to spend a few hours picking them at relatives to make pies.  The frozen wild berries are far superior to any of the large fresh frankenberries found in supermarkets.
Huckleberries are good. Found in the Great American Redoubt regions (E. Wash, Idaho, Montana) and folks go pick them wild. Tasty and seasonal. Put them into everything (ice cream, milkshake, pancakes, muffins, jam, etc.) Just watch out when picking because bears love them also! 

 



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Some nights George is a Catholic, but most nights he is "spiritual, but not religious". Last night he claimed to be Catholic, but a few days earlier he said that Jesus carried a "crucifix" through the streets of Jerusalem, and that Jesus drove money changers out of a bunch of "churches". Snoorge's knowledge of the Bible would fit in a thimble.

I thought I remembered the second guest last night being schedualed for three hours. Was that correct? If so, it's possible she asked to leave early. However, I think it is much more likely George wanted to play video games for the last hour, which I think is the reason for open lines. No matter how funny it may be, I will not listen to open lines.
The interesting guest pointed out at length that other religions, even way earlier ones, had forms of exorcism. That was her whole point in many ways. She was an expert in Comparative Religion. Then, minutes later, Norry claims that Catholics was the "earliest one to start exorcism" to a caller who claimed only Catholics could perform exorcisms. And then, as you mentioned, Norry claimed to be Catholic- despite years of saying "raised Catholic but now 'spiritual.' "

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https://www.kxan.com/news/local/austin/required-fcc-work-could-be-affecting-your-kxanknva-signal/2015630969 

I might do a drive-by or at least look up and try to see. Huge helicopters hauling HVAC units or stuff onto buildings are impressive. In this case "require FCC repairs" to a local TV station's antenna. Apparently will involve at least one Erickson S-64 and "will lift pieces of steel up to 56 feet long and weighing nearly 20,000 pounds"



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With the looming threat of involuntary mind reading, I've taken to once a week sticking a shrimp fork in an energized AC outlet while standing barefoot in a 28 gal. washtub with about 5" of water in it.  This works as sort of a high colonic for the brain and trying to read what amounts to a blank slate drives the nosy bastards crazy.
You joke. But if you look at my links I've posted in the thread you'll see experiments have, or are, being done. The brain is fascinating and, hopefully, in most of the cases things are being used for good like rTMS which, I guess, of which you never heard. Maybe you just invented a cheaper version?  ;)   

https://www.mayoclinic.org/tests-procedures/transcranial-magnetic-stimulation/about/pac-20384625 

https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/psychiatry/specialty_areas/brain_stimulation/tms/faq_tms.html 

What about cell phones (under the currently based systems, not the shorter wave length 5G?)   

https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/mind-control-by-cell/?redirect=1 

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17786925?ordinalpos=1&itool=EntrezSystem2.PEntrez.Pubmed.Pubmed_ResultsPanel.Pubmed_RVDocSum 

Note that much of this stuff might not be about "mind control" but simply to study how the brain works although some also delve into other topics like trying to "read minds," to use a layman's term, or even "mind control" or "body control" by using various methods. For use in war, developing better/real AI, civil unrest, interrogation, identifying potential suspect, etc that raise civil and human rights concerns in some people's view. 




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Politics / Re: Ebola
« on: Yesterday at 03:51:54 PM »
Sanitized and "high-security" burials spark outrage and dismay in DRC. 

https://www.france24.com/en/20190524-high-security-ebola-burials-spark-dismay-anger-dr-congo 



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Random Topics / Re: Bakegab: The Bellgab Bakeshop
« on: Yesterday at 03:48:00 PM »
Good luck!  I wish I could give you better info on gluten development and texture but I always cheat and add gluten.
I had a cauliflower-flour based pizza a few weeks ago because I was in Cali and someone claims a gluten intolerance. It was pretty good actually though the crust didn't taste quite right.  Not a baker but maybe that could be a substitute for people with the condition? 


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Politics / Re: dude weed lol
« on: Yesterday at 03:41:01 PM »

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LOL.  Jorch will get back to Cornelius on that one.  Right.  ;D
Ponder this though. Norry has achieved what MLK Jr, decades of government programs, UN Agendas, LBJ policies, churches, military and school integration, forced busing, Hollywood programs, and who knows what else- Didnt'- brought very disparate groups together.

I want to buy Norry a Coke: think about it. 

Before Norry, would've you have guessed some no-tooth redneck with a former pill problem from the Hills somewhere would be best friends with a coal-black Cajun ex-con in LA?  Some crazed Compound-dwelling, gun-hoarding Survivalist can agree with some Newage dope-smoking Hippie over the evils of Chemtrails and GMOs.

Norry's version of C2C is like some kind of weird dating show or bring the world together shut-ins, oddballs, drunks, disabled, diseased, or poor people- who can't sleep all get along- and even become best buddies! No class struggle, no racial strife, no ethnic tensions, not much political discord, etc! 


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My biggest concern, when it comes to mind reading is, by it’s very definition and the belief in its existence (without being swayed by evidence to the contrary) it is a symptom of psychosis in a handful of some of the most serious mental illnesses.

While it could be argued that psychiatry (in its own way) is a rigid set of beliefs, that are cult-like in nature, and many consider their diagnoses baseless - as they are without, to an extent, provable “tests” ... I’d rather err on the side of caution, and place stock in medical doctors uber alles.

I understand and appreciate that any human being should be spared forced confinement without just cause, however, treating those with mental disease falls into a grey area for a lot of people. Especially considering the fact that when ones mind is not functioning as society requires, you are doomed for the nut house.

That being said, I think the definition of psychosis fits all the more squarely with nonconsensual mind reading (as a belief it’s being perpetrated on one), as opposed to a medical doctor issuing medications and treatment that’s appropriate.

While mind reading is possible in some sense of the word, the majority of us don’t buy into it as much as we do modern medicine. I say this to say, ultimately, as sad as ones mind possibly being violated by the other is, balancing the chemicals in ones brain can usually drown out such things. What about the rest? Well, I really have no answer there.

In a nutshell, you’re fucked! I guess.
Certainly true.  But if you read the links I've posted in the past above- some strange stuff was done, and is currently being done.  To what success can be debated but there certainly has been experiments and interests in doing so. 

Also if you consider that Freud, who sort of invented a large part of psychology (or simply identified and sexualized it) was cousins with Bernays. And there is a reason companies, and government, spend billions on advertising and marketing. If it had no effect, often without the express consent of the victims, why would that money be spend. Of course here we are talking about not "reading minds" but influencing behavior, both personal and political. But the victim, or society in general, might not recognize it as such. 


Note currently it is not even about demographics but clearly political in common household ads, television, movies, etc but often they are appealing to what are, in reality, a small minority of consumers or citizens. So why all the homosexual, LBQTI, etc pushed into programs? And how quickly has society and law since this started happening? I will leave it a value judgement for the readers, but the fact is that the "change" happened, and rather quickly.   Without votes, in most cases, until AFTER society was programmed to rethink, or just believe, certain opinions.  That often go after youth, pop-culture, the public schools first- where age-of-consent and parents aren't around to see what is being pushed on kids. 


On the medical side one also notes that the "majority" of psychiatrists simply "agree" that some condition once considered a mental illness, even a severe one, can, suddenly called "normal" and, in some cases, what once was "normal" can be considered a "condition." The Soviets were infamous for this whereby political opposition was deemed "sluggish schizophrenia," etc.

Not too many decades ago someone who wanted to cut of his sex organ, paraded around in clothes of an another gender, stick all kinds of stuff in his body or 'modify' it even by cutting parts off, or even just be homosexual was seen, at least, as a "fetish" or "mental problem", in some cases a severe one. You can judge but all it took was them to change a book and- wala- totally normal and indeed something to be promoted to school kids who haven't reached puberty yet. On the flipside you already see a lot of articles about being "anti-immigration," Christian, far-right, conservative etc as being an "illness."  And being "straight" or even identifying as one of the two natural genders as "bad" and soon, maybe, a "mental illness." (Because now "it is all a spectrum.") 

Speaking of spectrum the doctors can also expand/contract the "spectrum" of disorders, even real ones, depending on their whim, social pressures, or, maybe due to new science or data (the latter is hopefully the case.)  Of course the expansion of disorders means more jobs in psychology, psychiatry, and drug mfgs. 

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-05-23/amazon-is-working-on-a-wearable-device-that-reads-human-emotions 

https://amazonbodylabs.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8CzQQOcugen9xVb 


 

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Politics / Re: Random Political Thoughts
« on: Yesterday at 10:33:46 AM »
https://www.rt.com/news/460097-stupid-nationalists-hate-migrants/ 


"European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has blasted “stupid nationalists,” who dare to “love their own counties” and dislike migrants."



 

 

 




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Did I hear frequent caller Tom/Joe in the Bronx suggest chemtrails are being used on Australia to make the desert less inhabitable to snakes, resulting in an increase in land value?
Indeed. Australia does have a lot of snakes and "other scary critters" and even has a thing in most places they call "Snake Season" with warnings about snakes etc especially as housing expands and snakes come out of hibernation and are hungry to feed on rodents etc.  This is the first I heard of using chemtrails to "dry up the desert more" so as to kill the snakes and then allow this nefarious land speculators to gobble up the land at a cheap cost from farmers who can't grow crops due to chemtrail caused drought and make suburbian housing developments. 


Did I just hear Robert Bruce the other night talking about putting babies into water and something about 'electricity?' And that 'he experiments on his own children with a garden hose?!' WTF? Where was the Norry "mean baby" question? I mean he "experiments" on babies at 9thms of age?


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Politics / Activist Murdered By Hammer & Pipe
« on: Yesterday at 09:38:13 AM »
https://m.news24.com/SouthAfrica/News/farm-attacks-activist-found-brutally-murdered-on-her-makhado-farm-20190522   


Annette Kennealy spent much of her time raising awareness about farm murder statistics. In a dark twist of fate, the ex-DA councilor was targeted herself.

https://sa-news.com/farm-murder-suspect-arrested-for-murder-of-farm-attack-activist-annette-kennealy/



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Random Topics / LSD inside Synthesizer
« on: May 23, 2019, 02:37:44 PM »
Repair Of Iconic ’60s Era Synthesizer Turns Into Long, Strange Trip For Engineer 


https://sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com/2019/05/21/1960s-rock-music-san-francisco-lsd-buchla-100-synthesizer-grateful-dead/ 


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Politics / Re: Random Political Thoughts
« on: May 22, 2019, 07:23:07 PM »
https://www.nbcnews.com/think/opinion/iq-rates-are-dropping-many-developed-countries-doesn-t-bode-ncna1008576

"have found declining scores across Scandinavia, Britain, Germany, France and Australia." 




Surely immigration into those countries could not partially be to blame?  Horowitz says no.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: May 22, 2019, 07:21:32 PM »
If you've watched early Sean Connery movies eg. 'Darby O'Gill and the Little People' . . . S Connery has no accent.
Nowadays, he is all but indecipherable with his accent . . . it's awful.
He sounds like his dentures are slipping out his of his mouth as he babbles his gibberish . . .

Decades of whiskey consumption and aging like to blame.   


While not always supportive it is interesting to see Fox turning away from Trump more and more these. Also the promotion of actual violence towards anyone with whom you disagree though it appears more on the Left spectrum.  I guess it is logical, in a perverse way, if you label any sober or rational political opinion or anything you disagree with- or even just defense of free speech or association- as NAZI or White Supremacists who actually want to eliminate you- than it doesn't take much of step for violent action.

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Random Topics / Re: Bakegab: The Bellgab Bakeshop
« on: May 22, 2019, 07:12:39 PM »
Wasn't there a popular thread on that?
There was but I can't find it now. AKWilly who, due to his housing situation and lifestyle, would poo in beer boxes and burn them. He also once poo'ed on a chair and burnt it. He also had a cute little dog and a fondness for large women, good in cold climate situations. And was tolerant of women with a lazy eye.

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Politics / South Africa updates
« on: May 22, 2019, 06:54:02 PM »
Jan Lamprecht "50 Years of Race Wars in Southern Africa."  Warning: likely not safe for work due to the savage and violent natures involved. 



https://www.bitchute.com/video/DdDKKTIG9Is/ 

 



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Random Topics / Re: Bakegab: The Bellgab Bakeshop
« on: May 22, 2019, 06:41:22 PM »
I don't know; I don't think it would be bellgab if someone didn't take the occasional dump in the kitchen.
But good Bellgabbers would then take the poo filled empty beer carton outside, douse it with diesel fuel, set it alight, and take pics to post of the burning poo. 



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Paranormal - Conspiracy - UFOs - Etc. / Re: Bigfoot
« on: May 21, 2019, 10:48:05 PM »
Rense: So did you approach the head sucking aliens?
Nutter:  No.
Rense:  Well, if it was me, I'd go right up to those head sucking aliens.  But that's me.


Yep. Epic. And one could even hear Jeff was wondering WTF but egging on, in his mild manner.. Loved it! I hope guest sends pictures to post on a seizure-warning geocities hotdog created site like Rense- who keeps the interwebs real and classic. 

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Paranormal - Conspiracy - UFOs - Etc. / Re: Bigfoot
« on: May 21, 2019, 09:07:02 PM »
This has been science fact for quite a few years now.


Same with fake DNA results in criminal investigations, V2S tech, etc. But with various methods and conditions depending on idea- not sure if "suits" have been documented. But for drones, tanks, ships, planes some. Though still I think cost $ so not as prevalent as some folks think? . Having said that not sure this goldpanning individual is the best expert on such. He said he would be sending Jeff the pictures of the various aliens and 'special ops' folks...waiting for those.

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Random Topics / Re: Random stupid things on your mind. Post them.
« on: May 21, 2019, 08:59:10 PM »
LOL.  Those wacky Chinese. And the non-Chinese who portrayed them.






Birmingham was spooked about the "wang" cutting pranks and got bug-eyed and crawfished out of the room but fell into a coffin that some creepy evil German doctor had in his lab! And sad "boss I'm leaving for the car." Charlie and the Irish Captain just gave each other a look and laughed. Number One Son gulped and "Pop I'm going also." 




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Paranormal - Conspiracy - UFOs - Etc. / Re: Bigfoot
« on: May 21, 2019, 07:59:34 PM »
Rense recently had a guest with some wild tales. Including special ops invisibility, horse-headed aliens, reptilian aliens, bear-people, ancient stone carvings, and bottles of embryos- unsure if for experiments or "for dinner." Detached heads sucked by aliens for "nutrition." Wow. 

https://ln.sync.com/dl/44aaa4b60/657s3vqk-ihjfathm-z7v6ds4q-xvm4n83n 


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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Connie Willis
« on: May 21, 2019, 07:53:49 PM »
Relax.  All is well.  TR took the bastard out when it neared the summit.


Ha. I have to admit I like Buggs and Rob Riggs when old Art or Rense had Bigfeeters on but this was ridiculous. I like campfire tales etc but this was something else. And, yet, oddly, strangely, compelling because so crazy with the giggles and laughter and claims.  And just assertions of fact. "Hot spots" "big man running up mountain without moving his head or looking prior to grabbing trees." And how the people had all these terms for "structures" they find that Bigfeet built.

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Random Topics / Re: Random stupid things on your mind. Post them.
« on: May 21, 2019, 07:47:52 PM »
https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/9123104/man-makes-boozy-night-penis-chopped-off/

"Dr. Wu Panfeng said usually parts of the body that had been amputated should be kept in a dry, refrigerated manner, local media reported." I'll keep this filed under "advice I hope I don't have to follow."
"Tan allegedly told cops he had no idea who was responsible for the cruel prank

Prank? WTF kind of society considers this a 'prank?' Maybe drawing on your friend's passed out face or something but penis amputation a 'prank.' "Pop, you remember those good old days?" "Yes Fraternity at University very amusing but take time away from books, Number One Son." "Yeah pop but that prank was hilarious when they cut off your wang." "Excuse please for Son, he learn American slang and use it too much. Luckily self lucky and doctors able to reattach and went on to bear 14 children.  Including Number One son who speaks slang and like pranks instead of books." "Aw Pop you are no fun."

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Connie Willis
« on: May 21, 2019, 07:11:03 PM »
Well, I was in the mood for random, nuts radio so listened to more than I wanted to hear about Bigfootin' and Sasquatchin' with Connie and sleeping in trucks with dogs, orbs, complaints about snow/cold, and "hot spots," that will she not identify.  And lots of laughter from all parties. Also I was not aware of a political controversy with regard to term Big Foot vs Sasquatch vs Skunkape vs Boogerman, etc and, of course, the Dogman vs Bigfeet issues. Does she really believe this stuff? Are people actually making a living off this stuff?

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Heh, heh.  It was a caller from Eglin, towards the end of the show.  Tommee, no doubt, passed on to Jorch the name of the town.  I'm still surprised Jorch didn't manage to screw it up with something like "Eggland, Texas." Tommee should point to a map of Texas and ask Jorch to pronounce "Gruene," with no cheating. ; )
Norry would ask if Doc Wallet has ever visited "Eggland, Texas?" 

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Hey!
Sorry to cast aspersions. Listened to the show. Vintage C2C with both Tellinger AND Salas!  These guys are great with their wild theories, views, and accents. 

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