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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Old Ian Punnett shows?
« on: Yesterday at 07:57:54 PM »
Hello everybody......I have been looking for old Ian shows and found a lot of them here     BUT they don't have any shows from 2009 or the c2c live shows.......does anybody have a site that would have old Ian Punnett shows I could download

Thanks. I dont have. Relistened the Ian's show with the Sci-Fi author who was schizo, got on meds n counseling n wrote book about it, but then when Ian booked he was, likely, off them amd interview was awesome and 'surprising' to Ian. The 'crazy' guy was arguing rationally, if for 'crazy' ideas- but, not ranting like usual 'sane' C2C guests n callers. Fun show. Ian was thrown for loop but handled well. Norry would dump.

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 07:51:03 PM »
Cruz kicked ass.

HA. I thought you were refering to that charity basketball game. But he was good in hearing. Too bad it likely made no news.

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 05:18:08 PM »

Ha. That is classic. Why would two guys be sitting so close together when there is ample space on the couch? And the holding hands bit I never noticed. Nice sleuthing.

Remember the guy Obama, or whatever his name is, admits he was biracial and raised by a cross-dressing homosexual nanny in an Islamic country of Indonesia by his mother and step-father because his purported real father was a bigamist and alcoholic before he was sent to live with an "uncle" in Hawaii who was a pornographer and avowed communist where he got into a drug gang. Surely any child would thrive in those conditions and turn out completely normal.

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 05:13:15 PM »
Children are being used by some of the worst criminals on earth as a means to enter our country. Has anyone been looking at the Crime taking place south of the border. It is historic, with some countries the most dangerous places in the world. Not going to happen in the U.S.

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 18, 2018

Only a Demotard would use children as a stalking horse for the criminal ongoing illegal invasion of America.
And many, especially on the left and Democratic Party but also some in the Republican Party, seem so "concerned" about children but ignore what happens to children both legal and illegal all the time by illegals living here or during the process of cross the border illegally, and by the parents of illegals who care so little about their children they will abandon them, risk long marches across deserts, or give them to coyotes or cartels to cross illegally.
One of many here:

Random Topics / Re: The Soccer thread
« on: Yesterday at 01:07:42 PM »
And America are the hosts in 2026...
Have they announced sites yet? Will be brutal for the Europeans with the heat and brutal for supporters will the travel distances and TSA/Customs regulations (isn't it somehow a general N.America plan? USA, Canada, and Mexico?) and general state of air travel. Or will the continent be 'united' per globalist dreams by then?

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 12:33:28 PM »
You are so very right on that!

And interestingly enough, there were no similar CEOs back then to speak of as the classic "corporation" would not be formed in America until many years later:

Small banking corporations existed in the first years after the American Revolution. However, most historians note that the first important industrial corporation was the Boston Manufacturing Co. in 1813. Its business model was imported from Great Britain, where textile corporations helped spark the first Industrial Revolution some four decades earlier.

Corporations could raise capital from diverse sources, providing an important mechanism for savers and producers alike. Voting rights were much less protected in the early years through processes of "graduating" certain shareholders, but corporations still embodied a new type of investment.

The Gilded Age

The Gilded Age was the name given by Mark Twain to the decades after the Civil War. This period was dominated by political scandal, the development of America's first giant corporations, the railroads and the economization of oil and electricity.

Corporations took off in the United States, in part, because they were so easy to organize and start. Most states allowed free incorporation and required only a simple registration.

Some rich corporations soon became rent-seekers, reinforcing Henry Clay's idea of state-assisted industrialization. Historian Charles A. Beard wrote that government gifts tended to go to the largest investments. Ironically, the two biggest names in American corporate history, John Rockefeller and Andrew Carnegie, were noteworthy for fighting against government favors and subsidized competitors.
Just some quick thoughts, sorry for the wiki references but easy to get quick....

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 12:28:46 PM »
Lost count of how many times PB and others have asked the gabs idiot demokkkrat lemmings for an example of when socialist economic policy worked. Of course one has never been given. Because it doesn’t exist.

Hundreds of examples exist of when its failed.

The closest example we have of capitalism is the United States. It’s far from pure capatilsm, with millions of pages of regulations and taxes. Despite that, the United States once again leads the world economically with 2nd quarter growth surpassing 4%. That’s 400% of mr “1% is the new norm” Obama could do.
Socialism, not that any political theory is 'pure' in actual process (and when tried is usually worst outcome,) can work but in areas with borders and homogeneous populations, and shared values and culture- and even there usually only if a there is a cash cow. The hated by leftists "family-unit" is somewhat socialist in policies during certain times (though one could also consider it more of a capitalist enterprise in which investment yields future profits and maybe why the Left try to tear the traditional family apart?)  Certain church populations or communities are somewhat. Some countries can be 'socialist' with success (Netherlands, Norway, yet) but, again, works because shared language, values, religion, and culture and, often, some natural resources or niche (reserves, trade, etc.) One notes when immigration floods, international groups are joined, etc the beneficial parts of the 'socialism' gets curtailed at bit...

The US is far from pure capitalism, crony capitalism? Maybe a closer definition?

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 11:30:22 AM »
Were  all a pillar of the final months of the 2008 Obama campaign and the first several years of his presidency. He liked them so much he doubled down. They thought stimulus would create an economic boom. It failed. And contributed to the 8 year of 1% growth so-called recovery.

Fannie Mae Freddie Mac’s failure was directly attributable to demokkkrat socialist Barney Frank who was chairman of the house weighs and means committee. Socialist mortgage policies were the reason for the collapse. No income, no assett, no credit, no job, mortgages hailed by the socialist demokkkrat party as “fair”.
Barney has to be happy that the internet wasn't really around when his "roommate" was running the bisexual prostitution service from his tax-payer funded apartment, voters in Mass didn't mind, because Frank "wasn't aware," but still "fixed" tickets for his "roommate," and paid for various things.

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 11:17:07 AM »
You're an inhumane crock of shit if you support this policy. And for that pile of putrid excrement to say it's the fault of the Democrat when it was his and his pet Mr Magoo policy is beyond gaslighting. It's pathological inability to stand by his own actions. The mark of a true coward. I sincerely hope with all my heart that he and Sessions die in the most painful way imaginable. But not before they're kept alive until the end so they can enjoy the full effect.
Obama's policy?
Let them in!!!

Random Topics / Re: Post Your Favorite Postcards Here.
« on: Yesterday at 12:07:26 AM »
I feel like this is perhaps not the wisest course. Just sayin'.
Dude, you are "triggering me." I don't hoard, but don't like to throw things out. Especially family stuff, books, tools, well....almost most stuff. I, finally, got over it, pitching some stuff out (like bad slides, duplicate pictures, some pictures I already scanned and archived, etc) and I get you!!  ;)   Ugh, I know, I'm always thinking even in the 'bad' pictures there is some cool stuff: old cars, backgrounds, relatives/friends I don't have many of but rest of picture out of focus, nature, random people in background, buildings now gone, parks not like now, and who knows what else (none in Dallas or LA during those events though, not mine, so will keep an eye out.) Some in Texas and DC during LBJ times....  ;)

Random Topics / Re: Post Your Favorite Postcards Here.
« on: June 17, 2018, 11:59:44 PM »

Slides were very popular during the 1940's and 50's.  I remember some relative on my mom's side who used to put up a projector screen and show slides.  I have a vague memory of seeing a slide of myself climbing a tree.  Pretty weird, I remember thinking to myself.  I looked so big up there on the screen as compared to looking at a picture in a photo album.

I think what you have there is worth something.  Are the maidens topless only?  I have occasionally come across a number of eBay slides and postcards showing topless Hawaiian/Polynesian ladies wearing Hulu grass skirts and posing by a waterfall or the ocean.  Mostly from the 1950's through the 1960's.  Good find.
Topless, bikini, and some nekkid but with bush. By standards today, or even Nat Geo standards back in the day, not that 'racy.' But maybe back then. So maybe for some collector but not for some prurient interest except for a very odd person. I think most were already thrown away. I only have a few of those. The rest of tons of family etc slides. As mentioned, good quality film but doesn't mean "photographer" was good with lighting etc. So tossing lots out. Keeping the good ones. I really should get a projector at this point on ebay or goodwill because using the backlight viewing deal thing and cheater glasses still makes hard to see them. Yes, I recall many times folks would set up a screen and have the slide shows of a vacation, family event,etc. Often boring. No "Polynesian Maidens" showed then.  :(

Politics / Re: Your short attention span president
« on: June 17, 2018, 11:49:54 PM »
That actually describes yourself more than me. Your only input from amerikkkan media both right and left leaves out the real meat. Take for instance what is going on behind the scenes in Venezuela these days. Neither CNN nor Fox news is reporting any of this you vacuum headed amerikkkan puppet.

Read it! You might actually learn something.

Low information moron is you and the majority of the idiots that frequent this site.
Ha!  To be a bit conspiratorial here: you actually think we, and other producers, want the largest reserves on the market, especially if we can't be in there or they are run inefficiently (also environmentally damaging)  by some commie administrators who might forgo embargo countries with human-rights violations? What IS amazing, unlike the recent election in Columbia, that people think leftist ideals will result in a productive, safe society. Or efficient use of natural resources.

""Petro is another Maduro," said Marta Quintero, a 54-year-old Bogota real estate agent, referring to Venezuela's President Nicolás Maduro, whose country is confronting crippling hyperinflation and soaring hunger. "All you need to do is look over our border, at Venezuela, to see that the left is no solution.""

Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Knapp
« on: June 17, 2018, 11:39:10 PM »
George Knapp is strangely passive about the Vegas Shooting cover-up...  What's up with that?
Yeah, that should be something he being local should go after. But, being local, the reason he won't. Even if it isn't something "else" or deeper one would think local, even national, would be going after, especially in this zeitgeist of gun-grab ideas and mental-health concerns? Kids walk out elsewhere and media and Hollywood is all over that stuff but not much reporting, protests, or investigations on Vegas....odd.

Paranormal - Conspiracy - UFOs - Etc. / Re: Jim Marrs's Desk for sale
« on: June 17, 2018, 11:30:26 PM »
This is obviously just one side of the story, but he seems to be a reprehensible cat:
Ha. Good stuff. Like Art, not that I'm equivalencing or making an opinion, but lots of feuds, claims, and exes. Interestingly, I think, HE claims that some of his former relationships were mind-control/satanic victims and such. And some even, not necessarily personal but some so (?) those folks going after him? Car crashes, stalking, planting stuff, or what-not?  The genre lets itself into a lot of feuds also with other 'experts' and hosts, some quite bitter- even without "THEM" or/and associated government agencies and/or religions groups, orders, or extra-terrestrial/demonic, which is always a consideration or claim!  ;)
ps: some of his shows about ritual Satanic abuse and etc are 'interesting' if you consider that opinion of psychopathy from his exes and feuding hosts.


Paranormal - Conspiracy - UFOs - Etc. / Re: Jim Marrs's Desk for sale
« on: June 17, 2018, 11:24:45 PM »
I get that he CAN list it any way he wants. I wouldn’t bid on it the way he has it worded. Who knows how long he would hold your bid trying to get more. Or tell you he had a better offer hoping you would raise yours. Put a “buy it now” price on it and say “or best offer by 7/31/2018” or something like that.
Sure but sometimes different ways work. Dutch Auctions or just holding out for some crazy bid (it is Marrs's desk, supposedly.)  And in some cases one might eliminate other costs (like hiring an auctioneer, storage costs, or just lost opportunity costs trying to manage something for an old, beat-up desk.)  ;)   The way Rense, I assume I don't know he might be linking to someone else, did it doesn't seem like a motivated seller or efficient model, but I just figured I'd mentioned it here. No interest in the sale or claims, by me, of authenticity or sale.

Random Topics / Re: Post Your Favorite Postcards Here.
« on: June 17, 2018, 11:19:00 PM »
So was going through bins of archives of a dead relative and trying to figure out what slides to keep or convert etc. And found some "store bought" slides from some Hawaiian outfit called "Hawaiian Super  Slides" that show various Hawaiian parks and fauna. And then one not marked by the same store label, but clearly by same place the way they were sealed, that featured "Polynesian Maidens." Oddly, still promoted "EASTMAN COLORFILM, TOO!" but lacked the address of the place that made the other ones. Not sure of the laws then but some under-the-table action going on? They weren't, even by then I suspect, pornographic, but maybe? These days certainly cable legal. But funny, also because someone could buy photos for the "show back home" with good quality, many of the slides I'm going through though quality film had bad photographer!....and then, later, also show the boys some of the foreign ladies?

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Kingdom of Nye With Heather Wade
« on: June 17, 2018, 11:07:18 PM »
Heh, heh, heh.

"Murphy also included the District of Columbia in his research, and found it had a psychopathy level far higher than any other state. But this finding is an outlier, as Murphy notes, as it’s an entirely urban area and cannot be fairly compared with larger, more geographically diverse, US states. That said, as Murphy notes, “The presence of psychopaths in District of Columbia is consistent with the conjecture found in Murphy (2016) that psychopaths are likely to be effective in the political sphere.”
Great minds? Or simply people who actually READ the linked articles? Too bad Art not around to discuss on his birthday and Father's Day.

Paranormal - Conspiracy - UFOs - Etc. / Re: Jim Marrs's Desk for sale
« on: June 17, 2018, 11:05:42 PM »
I don’t see anyone actually trusting rense to run a fair bidding process since it does not include any transparency.
Selling at item doesn't need to be under auction terms. Most estate sales aren't. There are other kinds of auctions. And there is no law saying you can't sell an old desk however you wish too (basically.) Heck go to most antique stores, estate sales, etc and there is always 'haggle room.' Though it is weird that he, assuming Rense is running this, or even if some executor or heir, why wouldn't DO a more public bidding. Might generate higher price? But then the provenance issues?  It was a small bit on the crazy circa 90's style Rense site,hurts eyes, (that I haven't checked out for a while but saw someone posting his shows and thought "wonder what's up over there?")

Paranormal - Conspiracy - UFOs - Etc. / Re: Jim Marrs's Desk for sale
« on: June 17, 2018, 10:59:27 PM »
Good point. His DNA is probably in that wood grain.
No he was AWARE of the various agencies, UFO Aliens, and foreign countries who like to manipulate DNA and clone. His last acts was likely throwing bleach, than hydrogen-peroxide, and then desparately tell Jeff "put my desk under a regime of strong UV lights and a battery of anti-static Ozone generators taken from a near slave condition Chinese factory because OSHA don't regulate them" and then "put my desk up for sale or auction."  RIP Marrs, only kidding.

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Kingdom of Nye With Heather Wade
« on: June 17, 2018, 09:24:35 PM »
Humm, anybody do demographics on Heatherites?
Who knows if this study has scientific merit but "as Murphy notes, “The presence of psychopaths in District of Columbia is consistent with the conjecture found in Murphy (2016) that psychopaths are likely to be effective in the political sphere"  was funny.

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Kingdom of Nye With Heather Wade
« on: June 17, 2018, 09:14:03 PM »
Her political rants are what really annoyed me about her years ago. She's entitled to her opinion, but I was already annoyed by being overloaded with political talk during the election season. I remember at least two times when she spoke politics for over a half an hour on her show. I didn't even stick around for the guests.
One of the problems she had tried to be everything to everyone, as was poor at it. It is hard to listen with interest to someone who is not interested in the topics. At first she said she didn't follow or like politics. Then, once Art opined on Trump, she was a Trump supporter and into politics. She claimed to be a witch, then announced on social media that she didn't believe in magic. Now, apparently, when a witchy guest was on the show believes in magic again. She was very critical of Norry and some other radio hosts on BG and Gabcasts but then complains when people complain about her.  She tried to be Art, instead of trying to be herself.

Politics / Re: Random Political Thoughts
« on: June 17, 2018, 09:10:40 PM »

"Petro is another Maduro," said Marta Quintero, a 54-year-old Bogota real estate agent, referring to Venezuela's President Nicolás Maduro, whose country is confronting crippling hyperinflation and soaring hunger. "All you need to do is look over our border, at Venezuela, to see that the left is no solution."

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Art Bell
« on: June 17, 2018, 08:02:26 PM »
Happy belated Birthday and Father's Day to Art.  I saw this. I wonder if whomever is in charge of Art's estate has thought about something similar?  You can apparently buy Jim Marrs's desk.

Paranormal - Conspiracy - UFOs - Etc. / Jim Marrs's Desk for sale
« on: June 17, 2018, 07:56:01 PM »
Apparently you can buy Jim Marrs desk. Not sure how Jeff got it or if he is just helping the Marrs estate sell off stuff? If it is some kind of auction, if there is a price floor, or what. Details below:

Jim Marrs' Historic Rolltop Desk Is Available To One Of His Fans
This Is THE Desk On Which Jim  Wrote His Classic JFK Book 'Crossfire'

it is not the "ultimate  anonymity engine" , that does not exist.
also i wont use tor as it is funded by the US govt.

Call me paranoid but I'm always suspect when there is some moral outcry and you start to see government officials and local news broadcasts about threats, usually salacious or violent, about some software etc. Headlines "Dark Web where you can hire hit man and buy drugs and government cannot do anything about it.)" "Encryption so strong the government can't break it being used by pedos," "Terrorists use social media app and the CIA can't access" etc.

You should start one. Maybe include Bellgabbers such as morphiaflow.
If we include BGers we might violate MV's doxxing rules. The C2C etc guests are public figures though and much of their legal trouble is public record (though sometimes under other names.)

A caller asked Noory about why the guest change on Friday night.
Noory indicated they had to do more background checks on him or something...
As Norry said earlier in the show Friday maybe someone "brushed it under the table....err under the rug- or where ever you brush it."  Norry always has problems with common English language sayings, why I think English was his second  language or another language was spoken in home.

So J Neil was dropped or which guest was dropped? And what did he do?

I seem to recall some legal problems (and some FTC conviction I think) regarding Russell Pine (Jordan Maxwell.) And he was still on afterwards, I think.
Is there a thread for all the C2C guests who have had civil and criminal legal problems, been imprisoned, or been convicted?

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Kingdom of Nye With Heather Wade
« on: June 17, 2018, 12:08:50 AM »
The dummy is driving traffic to my station... which happens to be playing her meltdown on the gabcast right now.

Amazing stuff. MV should be a family/marriage counselor or divorce mediator! This stuff is nuts to relisten too. Crazy times that still are crazy. Praise MV!

And BartEll with his additions to the amazing situation. Art's drama continues and legacy ensured.....

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Kingdom of Nye With Heather Wade
« on: June 16, 2018, 09:41:38 PM »
Hopefully, the attorneys explaining the various "Daves" are fans of Abbott and Costello.

Ha! Yeah, and they might even be able to meet a "Wolfman" during the course of the depos and trial!!

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Kingdom of Nye With Heather Wade
« on: June 16, 2018, 09:40:31 PM »

Then it depends on one of the fine upstanding members of this forum to go along with a note pad and best fountain pen to the forthcoming legal wranglings of the courtroom and report it verbatim on a daily basis until its conclusion. We need a seasoned and tenacious court reporter who can get the the very bottom of a story and tease the threads of facts, separating them from the husks of wanton lies and deception. Who will not be parried by the cut and thrust of those who would allow their egos cloud the unvarnished and pure truth!!! We need therefore to nominate such a lion of fortitude.

I think there could be a good selection of C2C guests who are/were lawyers but now witches, UFO experts, past-life regressionists, and the like who could cover the legal stuff but, as you mention, they might be biased to one side or another (or more since there are many angles and possible parties in this mess.) Maybe a "tv judge" judge and make a program out of it? Callers as the "jury?"

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