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Random Topics / Re: Sredni Vashtar (Missing in Action)
« on: August 15, 2019, 06:21:44 PM »
Hard to concentrate when you're covered in puds.

I saw a JAV vid once with that as the central theme.  It was a chick though, not a guy.  Not surprising that the dick-tooters would want to have their own version.  Do you cam?  I might tune in just for the novelty of it.

Random Topics / Re: Sredni Vashtar (Missing in Action)
« on: August 15, 2019, 06:18:38 PM »
I'm contemplating making you the first Mrs Vashtar. I've been visiting my people in Afghanistan (or Bangladesh) recently and they've started asking uncomfortable questions about my relationship with my two young friends Mahmood and Zaheer. I can't understand a bloody word they're saying, of course, but the way they keep pointing at me and speaking in high-pitched voices tells me I might be perilously close to exposure. Therefore I need a convincing cover story.

Physically I'm nothing to write home about. I barely scrape three feet in my Cuban heels and I need two separate scales to weigh my big doughy ass (600 pounds, give or take). Basically I'm like a brown mozzarella ball with vestigial flippers attached. It's going to be what they call in Italy a 'mariage blanc', although you'll have to bounce up and down on me a bit to satisfy my relatives on the wedding night. Pay no attention to the viewing gallery, they paid good money to see it and they all carry scimitars.

On the up side, I am sixteenth in line to a goat ranch just outside Kabul. You're one decent blood feud away from every girl's dream!. You can kiss goodbye to insecure, poorly paid agency work, and say hello to a life of keeping the wolves off at night with a wooden paddle. If that's not good enough, I also have a small but significant stake in a carpet factory in the heart of glamorous Mogadishu. You can help with the management side. Frankly the sweated labour isn't sweating nearly enough for my liking and they're starting to demand things like 5 minute lunch breaks. When I tell them to work 25 hour days I don't want to hear any more of their 'Missy Vasster, ees impossibull!' So get in there with a bayonet and reason with them.

I know we've had our differences in the past. I may have called you a man, and mad as a snake, but your touching appeal moved what passes for my heart. I don't want to be disinherited and it's a stressful time seeing Mahmood through eighth grade while trying to keep social services from sniffing about. I may be loathsome by any conceivable metric but I doubt I'll last more than a couple of years anyway. My last trip to the bathroom took two weeks to complete successfully so I think your wipe stick duties may not go on too long.

Hey! you're back.  Suck my dick.

Random Topics / Re: Jeff's little black book unredacted
« on: August 14, 2019, 10:26:48 AM »
Unknown leak, get it while you can.

I can't offer an opinion about the document as a whole, other than it seems like a tremendous amount of work to be a whole-cloth forgery.  I will point out, though, that the email address for Paul Allen is correct, and obscure.  If it's a forgery, it's right up there with the Hitler Diaries in terms of effort.


Senda seems to really enjoy sucking the sauce from tube-shaped objects.  If only it was black...


Senda looks like the world's grouchiest liquor store owner.

Wow.  Nice to see George videoing from inside his groovy pad once more. 

No, it is not.  What would be nice would be the video of this 400 lb rolling anus being lead away to jail in handcuffs.

Senda could make some real coin by shaking his manboobs for the cam, but he would never lower himself to make anything that would be universally popular.

He's reduced to broadcasting from a stop sign now?

Art Bell's cock just sat up in its grave.


Remember Senda Fans!  If you didn't hear it from George, it didn't happen.


He looks like the bottom of a bar toilet.  What's keeping him alive?

Fuck Senda with a vibrating porcupine.

George Senda got a very favorable mention by George Noory last night on C2C, thank you very much! :)

And for this 30 seconds of anilingus, Noory buys himself another 18 to 24 months of obsequious loyalty from Sendapants.  Which might be juuuust enough to run out the clock, if there is a merciful God in the heavens.

It is true, it is from the Redbook days. He might have actually stepped on the cat, it has been over a decade so details are unclear.

He posted on Redbook that he was so upset that he hurt a cat and desperately needed money to take it to the vet. He never did get it to the vet and the cat passed.

He stepped on one cat and killed it outright.  Then later he sat on a newborn kitten, very young, crushing but not killing it.  That was the one where he was soliciting funds for the vet.

We only know about this because he blabbed it to get attention and sympathy.  He's a fuckin retard.

Technology / Re: Windows 10
« on: June 26, 2019, 04:38:03 PM »
Does the thought...excite you?

Not yet.  You have to answer the question first.

You DO talk and act like a girl.  Look at the way you answered my question with a question.  That's just what a chick would do.

Technology / Re: Windows 10
« on: June 25, 2019, 03:40:27 PM »

Are you a femme?  I never got around to asking.

Random Topics / Re: Where is all the dirt coming from?
« on: June 16, 2019, 12:04:21 AM »
I knew you wouldnít answer this. :D

She can't remember further back than Reagan/Bush I, so choosing one is difficult.

I'm guessing that if she could, she would prefer the Amen Corner of Fillmore, Pierce, and Buchanan: inconsequential; vain; gay.  Then the world burns.

Politics / Re: Abortion
« on: June 13, 2019, 10:13:08 AM »
You have all you need. Your feigned inability to cultivate proper study habits is not compelling.

She's a moron.  You haven't figured that out yet?  This must be a long term play to get pics of her boobs.  Carry on bro


Random Topics / Re: Where is all the dirt coming from?
« on: June 13, 2019, 10:05:30 AM »
I won't be here long

Hit and run.  You felt it was important enough that YOUR version of the truth get out there, but without any accountability.  Typical, cowardly tactics of a Trump supporter.  Own your words, missy.

#16chan #usualcowardlytrumpsupporter

Random Topics / My landlady
« on: June 13, 2019, 10:00:19 AM »
My landlady said she doesn't maintain her strawberries very well because the birds just eat them. 

This topic, in and of itself, is utterly riveting, but it gets better.  She told me that if I heard certain sounds coming from inside the house that it was okay to pass through the screen door and come in for a glass of lemonade.

I'm going to stop here, because sex talk is dirty and disgusting unless I choose to respond to it, in which case it is okay.  Just watch my posts and be guided accordingly.


Random Topics / Where is all the dirt coming from?
« on: June 13, 2019, 09:45:55 AM »
Most of us wash every day or at least regularly.  The dirt and soap goes down the drain, never to be seen again.   Why then do we keep getting dirty?  And why do men insist that women be dirty when they clearly should not be?  Is it being recycled by the government in an attempt to strike down a woman's right to an abortion?

#16chan #menarepigs

Random Topics / 16Chan
« on: June 13, 2019, 08:59:50 AM »
Half of the posts on Bellgab are by 14/Sixteen now.  You either like her or you don't.  Let's just make it official and change the site name to SixteenGab. 

Art's dead, it's not like he fuckin cares.  And it would cleanse the site of any discussion about (ew) sex.  Who needs that, really.

Random Topics / Re: Bakegab: The Bellgab Bakeshop
« on: June 08, 2019, 05:01:35 AM »
This is the best steak sandwich I have ever had.  And that is with the beef available in the Philippines.

Heat up some oil in a pan. 

Slice up a white onion and cut the slices in half.  Throw it into pan and toss with a bit of butter.  Cook until soft, separating the rings.

Make garlic butter. Garlic, olive oil, butter, parsley, salt and pepper

I use 35-40mm thick steak.  Ribeye if I can get it (rarely); the best available cut if not.  Rub with salk/pepper.  Grill to medium rare, 55C/130F.  Will reach final temp while resting.

Toss some arugula in a bowl with olive oil, salt and pepper.

Mix Sriracha, Asian mayo sauce, and Worcestershire sauce.

Toast each side of two slices of French bread with the garlic butter.

Slather the Sriracha sauce on one of the slices.  Top generously with arugula.

Cut steak into slices and pile it on top of the arugula.

Onions go on next.  Then slather the other slice with the Sriracha sauce and finish.

I enjoy this with a shot and a Corona.

Politics / Re: Abortion
« on: June 07, 2019, 02:43:49 AM »
In 2012, 10.6 million women were taking The Pill.  None of them signed up for abortions.  But all of them may have had one or more.  Without even knowing.

Donít ask, donít tell.  PDQ

Politics / Re: Abortion
« on: June 06, 2019, 06:22:06 PM »
How much fun do you think talking about saving babies can be, for a pro-choicer who believes in population management?  You'd bite, too.

I hope that you find someone who is interested in talking to you.  Good luck.

Politics / Re: Abortion
« on: June 06, 2019, 06:04:32 PM »
Prove me wrong. 

Nah.  You're just a gadfly.  No fun in that kind of talk.

Politics / Re: Abortion
« on: June 06, 2019, 05:36:21 PM »
Docs can get a balloon up a man's vein to clean it.  A fallopian tube is 3 times as wide, but they refuse to widen it to save a wanted life.

Not all conceptions are viable.  Sometimes the body itself realizes this and a miscarriage results.

Among the several problems with what you are advocating is that if you consider the cell cluster a "life" at such an early stage, then no abortion is ethically possible.  Maybe that's your position and you are way out on the porch as a pro-lifer, I don't know.  A majority of the rest of the country disagrees with you, though. 

Politics / Re: Abortion
« on: June 06, 2019, 05:19:41 PM »
Please focus your answer to why you think these people are unemployable. 

The short answer is because, in my scenario, there are no longer any jobs that they are capable of performing.  Those jobs have all been automated.

Let me try explaining it by way of example.  The USA pioneered semiconductor manufacturing and was the dominant player for decades.  Then, around the mid-Nineties, entities called "foundaries" emerged, mainly in Taiwan (later in China).  Their cost basis for manufacturing an integrated circuit was lower than in the USA.  In addition, the capital costs for building new plants had risen to billions of dollars.  Semiconductor makers migrated their work overseas, and within less than ten years, a once-thriving and prestigious profession withered away.

Most of the people who worked those jobs found work in other fields,  But imagine a scenario like the one I am postulating, where it is not one industry in which the jobs disappear, but rather it is a type of job.  Manufacturing, mining, construction, mining, food service, transportation, and so forth, where the task is to perform a specific set of tasks according to instructions, and do so repetitively.  These kinds of jobs are ripe for automation.   That automation would not be concentrated in one industry, permitting displaced workers to find jobs elsewhere.  It would be across the entire jobs sector and target a specific type of job.

When automation is widespread and those types of jobs are essentially gone, what happens to the workers?  Retraining?  Certainly possible, except -- let's face this flat on -- the reason someone works as an auto mechanic is usually because he lacks the ability to become an engineer.  Over time, these types of jobs dry up, the workers can't find other jobs, and -- this is key -- new people coming into the workforce are not capable of performing the jobs available, which require college degrees and specialized training. 

This is not just something that I dreamed up, by the way.  I've seen some (limited) discussion about it on the web, and I recently read that AOC brought up the topic as one of the long-term planning needs of the US government.

Going back to your posts, it is clear from both the tone and content that you hold that people in general could all follow your method and prosper.  To quote you: "This the culmination of sacrifice, deferred gratification, and making intelligent choices."  Anyone can do that, amirite?  Except...not the workers in my hypothesis. 

You seem to be edging towards the position that your method for success breaks down in the scenario I described.  Where circumstances stand in the way of someone doing those things.  It's okay to come right out and say so if that's how you feel.  It's a hypothetical, after all.

Random Topics / Re: True Confessions Of BellGab
« on: June 06, 2019, 04:34:34 AM »

 I water them and I eat them

The birds?

Politics / Re: Abortion
« on: June 06, 2019, 04:27:58 AM »
I would like to know why modern medicine sends balloons into men's veins to save their lives (angio-whatever).  But no one will invent a balloon for women with ectopic pregnancies, a balloon that would prevent many tragic, unwanted abortions.

A man's vein is much smaller than a woman's fallopian tube.  If a balloon can go up a man's vein, then surely one can go up a woman's tube, to loosen debris in the tube to set the embryo free, so it can get to the uterus.

But, as it stands, medical research and development has not shown any interest in inventing that procedure.  If they did, it would save babies' lives and some women's lives.  It would be extra meaningful, since women who have ectopic pregnancies are pretty much forced into abortions, even though they want to keep their babies.

Your ignorance is appalling.  These are entirely different medical procedures, and relocating the embryo without ANY damage is an immense challenge.  That's why "no one will invent" a balloon that squashes the embryo, not because of some ingrained misogyny in medical R&D (a field that includes women, in case you weren't aware). 

Politics / Re: Abortion
« on: June 06, 2019, 04:11:51 AM »
I appreciate you taking the time to formulate these thoughts and welcome having a rational conversation/debate. My intention is to learn. My thoughts are what I learned through my life experiences, not something I've merely read about. It has taken a lifetime and I do not expect younger people to fully appreciate all that I have to say. I understand this.

I'll give this some serious consideration, but I do need more clarification from you on the questions above. As far I as I am aware, these changes are already occurring and have been for years, now.

My advice does apply to all. I guess it could be simplified even further by applying some universal truths. We could ask ourselves, "Would the world be a better place if everyone did this or no one did this?" A simple example would be- should I dump my used motor oil down the storm drain? Is the world better off if everyone did this or if no one did? Another example would be- do I check in on my elderly neighbors to see if they need help? Would we be better off if we all did this or if no one did? Not all answers will be as clear cut as these, but it will give you an idea of how I approach making some decisions in my life. Not an absolute, but a good starting point.   

Yes, the shift towards robotics and automation is already underway.  What I am asking you to imagine is a society of the future, with advances in technology in which -- let's just say for the sake of discussion -- basically all blue collar workers are replaced with artificially-intelligent, autonomous mechanisms.  So you have a significant fraction of our society who are unable to make use of your technique or advice for success.  Not because they made bad choices, but because things out of their control (circumstances or genes) relegated them to that grouping.  I think that's around 14-15% for jobs in manufacturing, construction, and mining.  But add to that things like restaurant servers, doormen, drivers of public conveyance, and the like, and the number rises to (hypothetically) around 25-30% of the workforce.

Think of the iPhone in 2007.  Now think of what smart phones can do, a dozen years later.  It's not hard for me to imagine the scenario given above within our lifetimes.  If you agree, or are willing to play along, my second question applies: what advice would you give to those below the line?  As a refresher, let me quote one of your posts and bold out the things that I am classifying as "advice":

I am talking about stock dividends in the 15% range and that's without even trying. Dividend income greater than a year's salary. I do not expect you to appreciate the magnitude of the benefits. Healthcare- if I had, I can buy my own policy. Right now, we have an excellent employer provided policy- again because of smart decisions made and being gainfully employed in a capitalistic, free market. My husband's talents are in demand and highly valued by his employer. Our careful financial planning over several decades has insulated us quite well from market fluctuations. Market goes down- stocks are on sale-good time to buy. Our children have followed our example and are on their way to similar financial security.

Good decisions do make a difference. Graduating school, pursuing a career in a useful field, no out of wedlock births, no alimony/child support, lifestyle choice for good health, no drugs/alcohol habits, careful spending. This the culmination of sacrifice, deferred gratification, and making intelligent choices. It is good for the individual, family, and the community.

It makes me sad to see how many people constantly harp about not getting a chance and complaining that the system fails them in some fashion. People have more control over their lives then want to admit. Honest self reflection is difficult. It is easier to blame others than to go out there and seek out opportunities and be a positive force in their own lives and those of their family and friends.   

Your answer about being a good citizen, being a good neighbor, and conducting yourself in that manner is certainly possible, but I am more specifically talking about your advice for financial health and security. 
The people in the group I outlined above are good citizens, good neighbors, good and decent people who want to work, but are unemployable.  They may even agree with the quote above, but are unable to avail of it.  So, in your view, what should happen to these people in a "capitalistic, free market" that uses technology to automate their jobs?  In these circumstances, does your advice no longer apply?

Hey George,
You should not have turned on me, old friend.  I could have done something really special for you today, but given that you betrayed me by taking the word of a troll that I was not your friend, I decided against it.

Check this out, George.  Ol' Gerry was in the 'Burgh this evening!  I am here, in your motherland.  I went down to the Pirates game at PNC Park, near your old stomping grounds.  The game was rain delayed by a little over two hours, so I took the opportunity to snap these pics.  I needed a way to prove it was me, and that I was taking the photos on site, so I hope the hand signs with a couple of recognizable buildings in the background will suffice.

I'm here on business, of course.  My company is very generous, and has a charitable outreach fund to help the needy.  I could have made the case that a disabled senior on a fixed income needed one last trip to his hometown to visit his family that he hadn't seen in years.  You could have joined me here, George, but since we're apparently no longer friends, why would I put myself out to assist someone like *YOU* any further?  I did nothing but support you emotionally, spiritually, and financially - including a recent CASH donation for AlienCon that you foolishly squandered on cat food - and you chose to drive a dagger through *MY* and Blanche's hearts with your rejection of us.  You offered NO PROOF of the allegations you made against me, and made the conscious decision to stab a friend in the back!  When I thought of looking into getting you here to Pittsburgh with me, totally free of charge on your part, I decided - "meh, I'D RATHER NOT."

You may be The Guy From Pittsburgh(tm), George Senda, but tonight, *I* *AM* *PITTSBURGH*!!!


This is either the longest-running troll in the history of Bellgab, or you are a total fucking moron.  There really doesn't seem to be any middle ground.

By the way, Senda has not been in Pittsburgh since he was about 8 years old.  I doubt he would remember those buildings from almost 60 years ago.

Politics / Re: Abortion
« on: June 05, 2019, 06:34:46 PM »
Aren't diaphragms made of latex? Wouldn't that empower the women more in the situation and push the scales to 50/50?

I stumbled into this discussion by accident.  I came to this thread to give Jackstar his weekly cornholing, and got caught up in reading your posts.

To begin, let me applaud you for presenting your position skillfully and effectively.  It made for interesting reading.  I say that as someone who disagrees with you about most of your points. 

I would be very interested to debate those points at some other time.  Right now I am more interested in hearing your perspective about something tangential to this discussion.

During the crisis of 2008, many workers lost their jobs.  As companies gradually recovered, they were presented with an opportunity to automate.  Thus, when companies began making record profits and record sales, said workers looked to get their old jobs back, and they found that there were not any to be had.  Technology kept them out of work.

This application of automation is not an isolated occurrence.  Technology, in the form of biometrics, automatic, and robotics, is coming.  It is now possible to foresee a time when a significant fraction of the population are unemployable.  We are not talking about borderline retards like George Senda anymore.  The line has risen to embody people who have been romantically characterized as the backbone of our society.  Hardworking, moral, decent people who simply don't possess, and can never possess, the skills necessary to be employable in this high-technology society of the future.

So here's my questions for you: (1) do you fundamentally agree with the social trajectory that I'm hypothesizing here, and if not, why not; (2) if you agree with it, what advice would you give to those below the line?  Currently, I would summarize your advice as "plan carefully; make well thought-out choices; take responsibility for yourself."  I think that you can see that this advice would not apply to the aforementioned group.

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