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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: November 12, 2018, 09:48:42 AM »
George taught us all something Friday night during open lines.  The context was from a caller who talked about an incident where a big rig had a tire come off on the highway and struck the vehicle he was a passenger in.  He described all the damage it caused to the vehicle.  The caller said it sounded like a bomb went off, then described more of the scene and stated that after his buddy gained control of the car they pulled off the road.  They saw the circular imprint on the side.  Noory yells out "You were shotgunned!!!"  The caller dismisses that and tells him it was the tire that caused it all.   After the call was over Noory said "those tires on trucks (referring to Semi's) are big!"



Okay, tires are big.

Now...let's look at the term "shotgunned."  Obviously one would think being shot at with a shotgun.  I did.  However Urban Dictionary says otherwise.

Shotgunning ~ When engaging in anal with a woman, the woman craps diarrhea on your penis, effectively spraying it on and around your penis, usually in the pubic region.

What would Ma Noory think?

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Random Topics / Re: Random stupid things on your mind. Post them.
« on: November 12, 2018, 09:37:07 AM »
I must go...


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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: November 12, 2018, 09:33:58 AM »
"What hath I wrought?"



That kid is going to be a star!

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Knapp
« on: October 26, 2018, 05:46:09 PM »
Monsters & Cryptozoology / Invisible Dimensions

Sunday - October 28, 2018

Hosted by George Knapp

Guest(s): Nick Redfern, Christopher G. White
First Half: Author Nick Redfern joins George Knapp to discuss his years' long research into monsters and cryptozoology, and his journey to discover the truth about werewolves, lake monsters, giant cats, ghostly devil dogs, and ape-men.

Second Half: Professor Christopher White sees striking similarities between multiverse theories and spiritualist séances. He points to ways that both spiritual practices and scientific speculation about invisible dimensions are efforts to peer into hidden elements, and even the existential meaning of the universe.

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Ian Punnett
« on: October 26, 2018, 05:42:56 PM »
Double dose of Punnett:

Science Out-of-Bounds/ Open Lines

Friday - October 26, 2018

Hosted by Ian Punnett

Guest: Michael Guillen

Michael Guillen, award-winning physics instructor at Harvard University, joins Ian Punnett to discuss how the scientific community is pushing the boundaries of morality, including scientists who detached the head of a Russian man from his crippled body to stitch it onto a healthy new donated one, and fertility experiments aimed at allowing designer babies to be conceived with the DNA from three or more biological parents. Followed by Open Lines.

Cracking a Serial Killer Mystery

Saturday - October 27, 2018


Hosted by Ian Punnett

Guest(s): Bill James, J. W. Ocker

Using sleuthing techniques, statistician Bill James has applied his analytical expertise to crack an unsolved century-old mystery surrounding one of the deadliest serial killers in American history. He joins Ian Punnett to discuss how between 1898 and 1912, families across the country were murdered - all having lived within walking distance to a train station. First-hour guest J.W. Ocker talks about how Salem, MA may be the Capital of Creepy in America.

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Politics / Re: Bomb..bomb..bomb, bomb bomb, DC
« on: October 26, 2018, 05:36:20 PM »
This is all we need to know:

Court documents also show that, in 2014, Sayoc worked as a "road manager for a variety of traveling male revue shows."




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I saw it last night.  As President Trump's biggest fan, The Pud, would have said, "you were spot on."  Just a bit too kind, though, but I guess that's your nature, Mr. Rogers.  ;)

In addition, I didn't care for the overall cinematography, just too bright, clear, and crisp, which ruins the overall atmosphere for me.  Crap, this is Halloween and about evil, not "La La Land."  Also, just a too rapid cut from scene to scene, in general, which again, disturbs the feeling of the movie.  It reminded me of the disaster that was "Jeepers Creepers 3," in that regard.  Oh, for the greats, such as Hitchcock who understood all the various nuances required for a good film. 

In other news, I suffered through the several thousand coming attractions.  Another "Pet Sematary?"  No, just no.  Meanwhile, Hollywood "Monsterizes" Nicole Kidman.  ::)



YIKES!!!  I thought for a second she went trans.   :o   ;D

Good points on the cinematography and scene cuts.  No suspense factor at all either.  Funny you mention Jeepers Creepers 3.  I was actually wanting to see that but my instinct held me back.

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Random Topics / Re: Music
« on: October 23, 2018, 08:08:39 PM »

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Politics / Re: Random Political Thoughts
« on: October 23, 2018, 10:36:15 AM »
I went looking for this clip... and could only easily find it on Facebook.

No Sale.

LOL!  Facebook.  When will Zuckerberg die?  I mailed Santa a letter.  Anyway...

https://www.dailywire.com/news/37469/obama-tells-one-whopper-lie-its-about-lying-hank-berrien 

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Best of Styx
« on: October 23, 2018, 09:15:23 AM »
Styx is great.  8)  Only discovered him about a year ago.  I now watch him daily.  Very bright young man.  Oh...and LOL @ the pumpkin.  ;D

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Politics / Re: Random Political Thoughts
« on: October 23, 2018, 09:10:53 AM »
Speaking in Nevada on Monday, Obama said this.  "Unlike some I actually try to state facts. I believe in facts. I believe in a fact-based reality and a fact based politics. I don't believe in just making stuff up."


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Random Topics / Re: Is Ellgab a Fan site for?..
« on: October 22, 2018, 08:20:24 PM »
Is Tootsie Darth Sandra?

Doubtful.

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Thanks for that image, Mr. Rogers.  Was that with or without sweater?  Sorry to hear Sheila passed.



Without the sweater.  I wore an oxford with a bow-tie.  Can't have milk staining the sweaters Mom made me.  Plus I'm not sure how long cows live.  It was a long time ago.  Now that I think of it, Sheila probably would've been delicious.  Medium-rare of course.   :D

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Woah Shay, didn't know this about you. Thanks for doing all the racisms and rapes.

You're welcome.  It has been a busy time of year.  I'm not sure what to expect with the holiday's coming.  My calendar is full.  Might need some help. 

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Bumper Music You Want
« on: October 22, 2018, 04:00:09 PM »
While I and many others certainly do appreciate a break in the relentless cascade of low energy posts that rely solely on YouTube embeds to make their case, it still yet must be stated for the Illiterati--pictures are not bumper music.

I disqualify out of love. Tough love.

Hey man, I'm sorry but I currently have only one thing on my mind. 


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Politics / Re: The Refugees
« on: October 22, 2018, 02:33:42 PM »


non terrorist haters...

Why is the McDonald's emblem on fire?

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Raping cows is only bad only if white people do it? Or are white people just better at raping cows than everyone else? Mixed feelings here.

I am a proud white man and all of my past relations with cows have been consensual.  I can prove it.  Sheila nuzzled me after I milked her.  She was a nice cow.  Probably dead now.  It was along time ago.

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Ha!  You should have been a little faster on the draw, Mr. Rogers. ;)  I just purchased a ticket to see "Halloween 2018" this week, then saw your post.  Oh, well, I got a discount ticket, so no big loss.  It's not like I'm going to be busy posting on BG then, instead.  I'll post my take after seeing it.

I look forward to your thoughts on it.  I saw that Chine liked it.  I still have mixed feelings and stand by my review.  We are all critics!  ;D   In fact, I was invited to see it again next week, and I just may leave the theater with a different view.

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 I initially posted this in the Horror thread:

I saw the new Halloween Friday night.  When I first heard this movie was being made as a sequel to the original I was excited.  I tempered my expectations going into this one but still was eager, hoping for a reinvention of the classic since we are supposed to disregard all other sequels.   I must say that I was somewhat disappointed overall.  Most of the cast was awful.  Laurie Strode was a little over the top, IMO.  It was cool seeing a glimpse of Michael Myers' face (without the mask) portrayed by the original actor.  Grey hair and some wrinkles.  However being 40 years older didn't prevent him from being an killing machine with still impressive strength.

This movie should've been 20 minutes longer so they could fill in more of a family dynamic between Laurie and her daughter and granddaughter.  In addition to Michael's 40 years in captivity.  These story lines just seemed to brief and generic.  There were segments of the original 'part two' that were copied and adapted, but to me not as they should've been.  There also was a big WTF moment that I'm still trying to process.  We waited for the credits to end because most of the movies now put out post-credit scenes so we expected some kind of teaser.  Well, there was something at the end but I don't want to spoil it.

This movie was underwhelming.  If it only had some more meat on it's bones so to speak.  I'll be generous and give it 3 of 5 stars.

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Random Topics / Re: Horror Movies!
« on: October 21, 2018, 07:56:18 PM »
Not what I wanted to hear, or read. My wife wants to go to this thing on Wednesday night. :-\ Think I'd rather take a belt sander to my undercarriage followed by a salt bath followed by being smothered in honey and thrown into a huge anthill.

LOL!!!  No no. Don't go to that length to avoid it.  ;D  Enjoy the night out with wifey.  :)  Tell me what you both thought of it.  Maybe it's just me.  :-\  You and/or she may love it.   ;)

Cheers man!   8)

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Random Topics / Re: Music
« on: October 21, 2018, 05:06:30 PM »
I remember when...


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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert
« on: October 21, 2018, 02:27:55 PM »
I forgot all about Amy now im looking at her website and seen she was on deep talk radio. I remember the owner of deep talk radio posting here making excuses for her not doing a show and promising of her return. Did she ever come back for even one show or has she been gone for like 2 years straight now?

She's busy...

In her free time (what little she has between studies and radio) Amy focuses on archival curation and preservation of historic literature, also volunteering her time to support STEM initiatives in education. She’s an avid horror and B-movie genre film fan, analog synth nerd, artist, silversmith, tech-head, hobby mechanic, long-time gamer, and enjoys restoring (as well as playing) coin-operated arcade machines. She resides on the edge of the Southwest with her family and three hell-hounds.

"studies"  heh heh

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert
« on: October 21, 2018, 02:26:57 PM »
I think her air conditioner broke.

LOL!!!  What schlep is going to buy her another one?

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Random Topics / Re: Horror Movies!
« on: October 21, 2018, 02:08:04 PM »
I saw the new Halloween Friday night.  When I first heard this movie was being made as a sequel to the original I was excited.  I tempered my expectations going into this one but still was eager, hoping for a reinvention of the classic since we are supposed to disregard all other sequels.   I must say that I was somewhat disappointed overall.  Most of the cast was awful.  Laurie Strode was a little over the top, IMO.  It was cool seeing a glimpse of Michael Myers' face (without the mask) portrayed by the original actor.  Grey hair and some wrinkles.  However being 40 years older didn't prevent him from being an killing machine with still impressive strength.

This movie should've been 20 minutes longer so they could fill in more of a family dynamic between Laurie and her daughter and granddaughter.  In addition to Michael's 40 years in captivity.  These story lines just seemed to brief and generic.  There were segments of the original 'part two' that were copied and adapted, but to me not as they should've been.  There also was a big WTF moment that I'm still trying to process.  We waited for the credits to end because most of the movies now put out post-credit scenes so we expected some kind of teaser.  Well, there was something at the end but I don't want to spoil it.

This movie was underwhelming.  If it only had some more meat on it's bones so to speak.  I'll be generous and give it 3 of 5 stars.

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Knapp
« on: October 21, 2018, 01:31:40 PM »
Sunday - October 21, 2018

George Knapp


GUESTS:
David Paulides, Lynn Vincent, Sara Vladic

First Half: After a nine-year hiatus from his last Bigfoot book, David Paulides has returned to the Sasquatch arena with new revelations of news articles dating back to 1680 describing bipeds looking like Bigfoot, and giant skeletons located in mounds and graves. Paulides joins George Knapp to discuss how descriptions of the wild men and skeletons of giants were found in the same time frame and how both are related.

Second Half: Just after midnight on July 30, 1945, days after delivering the components of the atomic bomb from California to the Pacific Islands in the most highly classified naval mission of the war, USS Indianapolis was sailing alone in the center of the Philippine Sea when she was struck by two Japanese torpedoes. The ship was instantly transformed into a fiery cauldron and sunk within minutes. Authors Lynn Vincent and Sara Vladic will discuss how 300 men went down with the ship but nearly 900 made it into the water alive and for the next five nights and four days, almost three hundred miles from the nearest land, the men battled injuries, sharks, dehydration, insanity, and eventually each other.

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Random Topics / Re: Horror Movies!
« on: October 19, 2018, 10:33:58 AM »
Yeah, Will Smith sucks, in general.  His "Wild, Wild West" was a mess, too.

Ha!  Wild, Wild West was simply awful. 

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Random Topics / Re: Horror Movies!
« on: October 19, 2018, 10:23:51 AM »
Shay, one day you’ll realize that if you’re alive and living in a society almost every aspect of your life IS political. Just accept and embrace that then y’all can stop having this protracted hissy fit over it.  ;)

Oh dear doctor MD squared.  I personally don't have hissy fits, and quite frankly there are times where I even question if I am truly alive let alone living.  That darn existentialism.  I do get what you're saying though.  ;)  I've studied your habits.  ;D  Anyway, I figured at least you would think my comment of Hostel being a training film was slightly humorous...especially since I was essentially agreeing with you.   ::)  :D

Oh and I added Race with the Devil to my queue.  :)

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Random Topics / Re: Horror Movies!
« on: October 18, 2018, 08:32:58 PM »
I'd add Vincent Price's "Last Man on Earth," too.  Spaghetti horror, but Price does his usual masterful job and the movie has the proper creepy atmosphere.

"Morgan! Come out, Morgan!"


It's in my NetFlix DVD queue!  Yes it is.  Fuck streaming.  The only thing I stream is piss.  Sorry.  I digress.  Vincent Price is the man.  From what I've heard and read this is the version closest to the book.  (no I'm not that guy)  The Will Smith version sucked.  The Omega Man was cool.  I don't know why I didn't watch this earlier.

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Random Topics / Re: Horror Movies! FAVORITES!!!
« on: October 18, 2018, 08:27:42 PM »
Great list! I'm going a bit obscure this October, though I am going to the local kinoplex to watch The Fog in 4k!  Made a October 2018 watch thread here:

http://bellgab.com/index.php?topic=12311.0

Thanks!  Not sure what the hell a kinoplex is and I'm not Googling it now.  ;D  Regardless, The Fog was a good one and I need to see that again.  I always had the feels for Adrienne Barbeau.  I could fap to her.

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