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Just think, if we can recapture gigantism we can put America back on the dead gold mining standard! ;D ;D
The Annunaki are behind things like pizza delivery and all-u-can-eat places like Golden Corral. GOLDEN & CORRAL? Talk about 'revelation of the method!'  ;)

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Politics / Unbelievable: blame the victims
« on: Today at 10:02:26 AM »
https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2019/01/28/how-a-teens-death-has-become-a-political-weapon
An illegal Muslim "migrant" brutally rapes and murders a young girl and the New Yorker turns it into a diatribe about people concerned about the Muslim criminals invading Europe and Merkel's support for them! If anyone still doubts the New Yorker's stance, ownership, and worldview this should change it. Article by Yascha Mounk*

* a person that fled his own country(s) and for some nefarious reason we granted him citizenship and is seeking, by his own claims, to undermine nationalism into a "inclusive nationalism." His background is obvious, so I will let readers understand that, lest I offend.

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A less extreme (by far) retelling is in his most informative book:


Wait did they have gold crowns back then? Sounds like the old Nazi gold program. Sheesh...I have no idea why he went way far woo woo but it resets my feeling son him.

 :o



https://mg.co.za/article/2012-03-16-court-sees-red-over-ufo-gurus-crusade
Apparently not like the NAZI gold-stealing program from crowns and fillings but because these proto-humans, or whatever, were so tall and of such great size that the naturally occurring mineral gold "in people, that we all have" would also be magnified so that, once dead, the Annunaki got this gold from these huge giants once they died.  :o

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I don't think "Cleo" has called in this past month
She needs to call in and address this important find. Ideally if Hawass ever comes on again and discusses it.

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Politics / Re: Random Political Thoughts
« on: Yesterday at 07:44:12 PM »
That's true. However, the MSM is located in Bizarro World where the BHI creeps are made out to be AME saints by the anti-White CNN.
What I find interesting is that many networks, including the ones with clear anti-White, anti-American, anti-Western Culture agendas, seem to always have their black staff on the air during weekends, holidays, late night, and at other times that most people aren't going to watch.  Why not put all these black hosts on during prime-time or covering an event that might bring in viewers? These seems to be systemic from national networks on down to the local news broadcasts. Systemic Racism!!!  ;)

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I like Telliger but know he is going a bit too far. Mile-high people, way taller than Paul Bunyan, once roamed the earth!! Not the usual tall giants, or nephalim stuff, but MILES TALL? And the Annunaki were extracting the gold from their bodies!   



https://mg.co.za/article/2012-03-16-court-sees-red-over-ufo-gurus-crusade

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Random Topics / Re: The Smiley-Face Killer
« on: Yesterday at 07:16:27 PM »
He's a progressive Episcopalian old school SJW who has an obsession with racism. A caller once said that genes explain why there are two brothers who play QB in pro football. Ian called him a racist. The guy was talking about Peyton and Eli Manning.
Yep, he hates certain subjects and callers. And definitely hates any conspiracy talk or any hints of anti-joose, racist, or anti-Catholic/Jesuit stuff. And seems to defend Satanists and all kind of new-agey stuff. The way he talks on some subjects one wonders if he even believes in God, except in some new-agey "presence" way, which seemed odd to me considering his degree and position in the church. Having said that he still has some good shows. He also seems fascinated with crime, drinking, and sexual deviance etc.

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This rumor was already reported by a c2cam guest (Dr. Carmen Boulter) weeks ago on a show with Noory Dec 20, 2018.
Yes, thanks I recall that but she wouldn't get into some specifics.  Funny how Hawass keeps popping up. Do we know if the reincarnated Cleopatra has weighed in on this rumor of a tomb find yet?

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Politics / Re: Random Religious Thoughts
« on: Yesterday at 06:02:17 PM »
I’m just finishing reading this book and will write a review when I’m done but I wanted to share this pithy little chapter with you:

THE HEADMASTER

“The Headmaster” is a selection from the autobiographical novel Boy Tales of Childhood. These are the memoirs of Roald Dahl – so they’re true stories!

The Headmaster while I was at Repton, struck me as being a rather shoddy bandy- legged little fellow with a big bald head and lots of energy but not much charm. Mind you, I never did know him well because in all those month and years I was at the school, I doubt whether he addressed more than six sentences to me altogether. So perhaps it was wrong of me to form a judgment like that.

What is so interesting about this Headmaster is that he became a famous person later on. At the end of my third year, he was suddenly appointed Bishop of Chester and off he went to live in a palace by the River Dee. I remember at the time trying to puzzle out how on earth a person could suddenly leap from being a schoolmaster to becoming a Bishop all in one jump, but there were bigger puzzles to come.

From Chester, he was soon promoted again to become Bishop of London, and from there, after not all that many years, he bounced up the ladder once more to get the top job of them all, Archbishop of Canterbury! And not long after that it was he himself who had the task of crowning our present Queen in Westminster Abbey with half the world watching him on television. Well, well, well! And this was the man who used to deliver the most vicious beatings to the boys under his care!

By now I am sure you will be wondering why I lay so much emphasis upon school beatings in these pages. The answer is that I cannot help it. All through my school life I was appalled by the fact that masters and senior boys were allowed literally to wound other boys, and sometimes quite severely. I couldn’t get over it. I never have got over it. It would, of course, be unfair to suggest that all masters were constantly beating the daylights our of all the boys in those days. They weren’t. Only a few did so, but that was quite enough to leave a lasting impression of horror upon me. If left another more physical impression upon me as well. Even today, whenever I have to sit for any length of time on a hard bench or chair, I begin to feel my heart beating along the old lines that the cane made on my bottom some fifty-five years ago.

There is nothing wrong with a few quick sharp tickles on the romp. They probably do a naughty boy a lot of good. But this Headmaster we were talking about wasn’t just tickling you when he took out his cane to deliver a flogging. He never flogged me, thank goodness, but I was given a vivid description of one of these ceremonies by my best friend at Repton, whose name was Michael. Michael was ordered to take down his trousers and kneel on the Headmaster’s sofa with the top half of his body hanging over the end of the sofa. The great man then gave him one terrific crack. After that, there was a pause. The cane was put down and the Headmaster began filling his pipe from a tin of tobacco. He also started to lecture the kneeling boy about sin and wrongdoing. Soon, the cane was picked up again and a second tremendous crack was administered upon the trembling buttocks. Then the pipe-filling business and he lecture went on for maybe another thirty seconds. Then came the third crack of the cane. Then the instrument of torture was put once more upon the table anda box of matches was produced. A match was struck and applied to the pipe. The pipe failed to light properly. A fourth stroke was delivered, with the lecture continuing. This slow and fearsome process went on until ten terrible strokes had been delivered, and all the time, over the pipe-lighting and the match-striking, the lecture on evil and wrongdoing and sinning and misdeeds and malpractice went on without a stop. It even went on as the strokes were being administered. At the end of it all, a basin, a sponge and a small clean towel were produced by the Headmaster, and the victim was told to wash away the blood before pulling up his trousers.

Do you wonder then that this man’s behaviour used to puzzle me tremendously? He was an ordinary clergyman at that time as well as being Headmaster, and I would sit in the dim light of the school chapel and listen to him preaching about the Lamb of God and about Mercy and Forgiveness and all the rest of it and my young mind would become totally confused. I knew very well that only the night before this preacher had shown neither Forgiveness or Mercy in flogging some small boy who had broken the rules.

So what was it all about? I used to ask myself. Did they preach one thing and practice another, these men of God? And if someone had told me at the time that this flogging clergyman was one day to become the Archbishop of Canterbury, I would never have believed it. It was all this, I think, that made me begin to have doubts about religion and even God. If this person, I kept telling myself, was one of God’s chosen salesmen on earth, then there must be something very wrong about the whole business.
Dahl's biographies are good. Some think the brutal public school (especially) and/or nanny spankings are responsible for the British fetish of being spanked/whipped/paddled.  Apparently there is also was/is a lot of student-on-student hazing in some of those environments especially among borders.

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They want to tell us they will predict worldwide, global weather conditions years and decades in the future if we don't tax ourselves, change behavior, or give up national sovereignty or personal liberties but they aren't consistent with even predicting the weather in the next week.  Why are their "European Models" that always seems to predict more rain/snow than the domestic models from NWS etc.  And these computer program models are run by whom? Why did the "European" one suddenly start being referenced/used here?

https://arstechnica.com/science/2016/03/the-european-forecast-model-already-kicking-americas-butt-just-improved/

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Random Topics / Re: The Smiley-Face Killer
« on: Yesterday at 04:35:30 PM »
https://www.kxan.com/news/local/austin/medical-examiner-releases-cause-of-death-for-acl-concertgoer/1716703952

Guess not a Smiley Face victim but just a guy who partied too hard and somehow fell in and drowned.


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Random Topics / Re: One Hundred Years Ago
« on: January 21, 2019, 08:01:11 PM »
Oh, don't get me wrong, Wiki's are great as a starting point for research, but, although generally factual, you're not allowed to use them as a cite in colleges or tech schools for a reason.   ;)

It was odd yesterday when I was searching. All i got was references to wiki's - nothing else.
I think Smoogles AI was indirectly messing with me. (I avoid google, but some of the meta-search engines pull results from them.) I was using different search engines and querries. I had to close the browser, kill the connection, bleachbit, clear the clipboard, and refire the browser before I got a decent result from an extremely tangential query. It was like there was something about that boat, or that series of U-Boats that someone was trying to be hide.
When oddities like that happen, I immediately suspect interference. Or maybe one of the XKeyScore operators was bored yesterday - lol.  ;) ;D

Okay - for today we have:
Two Royal Irish Constabulary officers were killed in an ambush at Soloheadbeg in Tipperary, Ireland, igniting the Anglo-Irish War.
https://www.irishtimes.com/culture/heritage/soloheadbeg-wicked-beginning-of-the-war-of-independence-1.3742421
https://www.irishmirror.ie/news/irish-news/first-shots-irelands-war-independence-13884631

Seattle Metal Trades Council went on strike, leading to a citywide general strike two weeks later.
 http://depts.washington.edu/labhist/strike/shipyards_webb.shtml     

 

BTW - I used Wikipedia to find the events, and then went out looking for sources.     ( <-- oh, another UB lost today too.)     ;)
a strange world....

  (Red Army Choir singing it)



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Random Topics / Re: The Smiley-Face Killer
« on: January 21, 2019, 07:28:35 PM »
"Incel"....involuntary celibate.  Had never heard that term until Ian used it.
Thanks. Strange. Clearly frustration of whatever type can lead to violence and mental conditions, so I guess plausible. I think one of the California shooters was claiming this excuse. But as an organized cell and now the target group is expanding. Somewhat a Texas Sharpshooter fallacy. But, then again, it is a strange world and who knows.

Sometimes I wonder about Ian though. He seems to have knowledge of a lot of the weirdness out there on the interwebs and fringe social groups. Like he made an odd statement on a recent show about political blackmail alleged when some politicians went to Mexico as a "donkey show." Not to a mistress, a hot senorita on the side, a prostitute, or even some homo deal but speculated bestiality, as first option scenario?

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Politics / Re: Random Political Thoughts
« on: January 21, 2019, 07:22:21 PM »
How is a double-amputee a flight risk? Interesting character. It would appear that he is seeking some extremes in political life. From RAF, not British air force but the militant Marxists, to a Maoist, to a holocaust-denying far-right activist. And a lawyer and now political prisoner due to the no free speech laws in Germany. Interesting trajectory. But I seem to recall a lot of our "neo-cons" were Trotskites in their youth.
https://grizzom.blogspot.com/2019/01/political-prisoner-horst-mahler-83-this.html 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Horst_Mahler

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Politics / Re: Random Political Thoughts
« on: January 21, 2019, 07:02:53 PM »
They hate President Trump because:
1.  He's white.
2.  He's male.
3.  He's heterosexual.

4. He is a US citizen.

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Random Topics / Re: The Smiley-Face Killer
« on: January 21, 2019, 07:02:09 PM »
I regret missing that one. His past shows, on the subject, are very informative. I go back and forth on the validity of the theory, but I think that there's something to it. Evidently, the team won't reveal certain symbols, at the alleged crime scenes, that may link the crimes.
Ian's pet-theory appears to be that it is "Insel?" guys (that term might not be spelled correctly) but, basically out of shape internet nerds who aren't getting laid and are taking out their frustration on successful members of their generation. I guess similar motivation for some of the school shootings but organized online on the....."dark web" and using a cellular structure like far-left terrorists of the 70s or the Muslims of today with not organized leadership per so but, like some "white power" folks suggested leaderless cells and/or lone-wolf attacks. Seems a bit fantastical to me. But some of the people involved had solid LEO background. But there also is the problem, as I see it, that the "victim/target" list is being expanded- now, apparently women and even homosexuals?

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Random Topics / Re: My name is Kevin and I am a hybrid
« on: January 21, 2019, 06:21:32 PM »
The Kevanimal is back!
Awesome to see him back and still hybriding!



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Now the leftist media and Hollywood blowhards are hurriedly deleting their tweets when they initially bought the "fake news" of Catholic kids making fun of Indians while wearing MAGA hats.

https://www.mediaite.com/online/journalists-and-celebs-rush-to-delete-tweets-slamming-maga-hat-kids/

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Saw this today, pretty cool story. Hawass has had his ups and downs since he was a Coast regular:

https://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/the-rise-and-fall-and-rise-of-zahi-hawass-72874123/
The long-reigning king of Egyptian antiquities has been forced into exile—but he’s plotting a return
But the February 2011 revolution that toppled Hosni Mubarak—and also ended Hawass’ controversial reign as the supreme chief of all Egypt’s antiquities—is now threatening to unravel Hawass’ legacy as well. With tourists nearly gone, funds dried up and the Ministry of Antiquities leadership reshuffled several times in the past two years, preservation work on the pyramid has ground to a near halt. The new minister has diverted reconstruction money into hiring thousands of unemployed archaeology graduates, claims Hawass, in a desperate move to stop protests. “He has done nothing,” Hawass says, with perhaps a touch of schadenfreude in his voice, scrutinizing the rough limestone ceiling and walls.

It all ended with the revolution. Hawass was vilified when protests against President Mubarak erupted in Tahrir Square in January 2011. Protesters called him “the Mubarak of Antiquities” and accused him of corruption. Underlings in the antiquities department and jobless and frustrated archaeology graduates besieged his office, demanding his ouster. “And take your hat,” they shouted. In April 2011 he was sentenced to a year in jail, stemming from an alleged case of rigged contract bidding at the Egyptian Museum in Cairo. (The verdict was later overturned.) In July 2011, after serving two successive post-Mubarak governments, Hawass finally was obliged to give up his job. According to one Egyptian blogger, Hawass was “escorted out the back door of the ministry into a cab, showered with insults and angry chants from young archaeologists,” an event captured on video and watched by thousands of Egyptians.

Yeah, he has had a wild career and at one point had a clothing line out there, sort of an "Indiana Jones" look type of stuff.

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Random Topics / Re: My name is Kevin and I am a hybrid
« on: January 21, 2019, 06:07:46 PM »
I was in the wild once more away from the stinky human race. I among the good beings like animals, plants, and sasquatches and their relatives.

But I return once more with sacred shamanistic knowledge the clean the human race.




Virginia Opossum Man/Awesome Possum Man/Playing Possum Man is who I am.

Giant Anteater Man/Ant Bear is who I am.




American Kestrel Man is who I am.



Welcome back Kevin! Glad to see you are still hybriding. Be well.

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Paranormal - Conspiracy - UFOs - Etc. / Anthony&Cleopatra's Tomb -Hawass
« on: January 21, 2019, 03:15:44 PM »
https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/antony-cleopatras-long-lost-tomb-13886561 


""The long-lost tomb of Antony and Cleopatra will be eventually uncovered.  "The burial site has been finally estimated to be in the region of Taposiris Magna, 30km (18 miles) away from Alexandria," Egyptian archaeologist Zahi Hawass said."

I wonder if the reincarnated Cleopatra who frequently calls in to C2C is going to take this news?

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Random Topics / Re: The Smiley-Face Killer
« on: January 20, 2019, 10:09:07 PM »
Ian Punnett had the woman who wrote that "Daily Beast" story on C2C last night for the first hour.  Good interview.
mm
 
Thanks Uncle! Listening. I, as devil's advocate, drunken guys do risky things. But some of things are suspect.

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Critical Omissions with Douglas Dietrich
« on: January 20, 2019, 09:23:10 PM »
I used to think if I ever took up hunting it would be for birds.  But after raising these little guys I couldn't harm a feather on any one of their heads. But of course I'm not starving right now.
I'm pro-hunting but appreciate that also! Support animals and environment (no weed-n-feed, and pay attention to native plants, not buy big-box crap and non-native.)

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Critical Omissions with Douglas Dietrich
« on: January 20, 2019, 09:14:01 PM »
The coldest part of winter has already come and gone. The trees are already showing signs of budding out and my quails have made it through winter like ducks shedding water off their backs.
Nice. Quails are neat birds. To watch or shoot. So, supposedly, my thinking/experience is wrong. Trains etc aren't louder in winter. Though I still have hesitation in that theory. Next they'll be telling me that birds aren't during spring mornings....

https://www.reference.com/science/sound-louder-cold-weather-c18b1d1873be4d04



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Random Topics / Re: Are there ANY new ideas?
« on: January 20, 2019, 08:41:02 PM »
As far as music goes the new ideas are far and few., Hip hop and all that garbage will keep on singing? with autotuned voices and rapping about bitches, ho's and "niggas" Country music is all but dead with the stripper poll and ballcap so-called country artists. Thankfully there is the ever growing outlaw style country so we'll see what happens with that..

Good crunchy hard rock n roll is a bunch of guys like me in their home studios rehashing and chasing certain dragons. But it's fucking fun and sometimes very listenable.

Music is dead but I find solace in the story of Lazarus. :D

As far as movies goes that shit died years ago. Seriously, as everybody awaits the next superhero movie?? Fuck! That!
Lyrics excepted, I'm increasing enjoying the "Liquid Metal" channel on XM. I don't like the roooaar style of singing, except, maybe in some situations but I like the chord progressions and such. Good for traffic listening. But I also like classical and like, often European but also here, how the styles meld because all about progressions, themes, etc. But, back then, much longer!

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Random Topics / Re: Are there ANY new ideas?
« on: January 20, 2019, 08:35:00 PM »
One word, unplug.  There is a world of innovation, but it needs to be distilled in the mind.  As for fashion, back to the caveman and artificial skins would make for some fun.
Future Primitive, as some skater once claimed/marketed?   ;)

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Critical Omissions with Douglas Dietrich
« on: January 20, 2019, 08:33:31 PM »
That's a job..Been there - done it.  Water heaters can be a pain.  What was the Sq Ft. of the carpet area?
Here your old wh can be almost filled by rock. Limestone I guess is the reason. You are supposed to flush it out but most don't. Having as soft water-treatment system is nice for it and also putting one for a hose (helps washing vehicles without haze etc.)

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Politics / Re: Random Political Thoughts
« on: January 20, 2019, 07:50:14 PM »
Just like the old country.
Yeah. You know the interesting thing? When you drive there you need to buy "Mexican Insurance." No, not the slipped bill to the Federale or cops if you are pulled over to get out of a problem, but actually a thing you need to have for your vehicle. Also, interestingly, in Ol' Mex you are presumed guilty in car accidents. Last aside, even in somewhat decent areas, you wonder why buildings look so shitty and uncompleted...well, because until the building is COMPLETE you don't need to pay the property taxes. So, guess what, you never finish them!

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Critical Omissions with Douglas Dietrich
« on: January 20, 2019, 07:23:54 PM »
Yes.  Lot's of "bone broth" and a shot of "blackberry brandy", and sleep!
Yep.  ;)

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Politics / Re: Random Political Thoughts
« on: January 20, 2019, 07:22:11 PM »
Yet, I got a form from the DMV, *in the mail*, that demanded that I send proof of vehicle insurance. We don't have two tiers of justice; we have four tiers of justice.
You should just say "no hables." They are allowed, with almost impunity, to drive without insurance, licenses, vehicle inspection tags, unsecured loads, seatbelt violations, and drunk, often.

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