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Politics / Re: Name Something You Trust More Than Democrats
« on: Today at 09:20:43 AM »
MV "fixing" my laptop.

If you are a faggot or can pretend to be one the jew that runs these faggot surveys will throw sheckles at you for telling him how much of a degenerate sodomite are. I am larping as a huge faggot with AIDS and this jewish researcher keeps throwing Andrew Jackson's at me LUL

So, because of you statistics about faggotry are fake and gay?

Hah, and Fake News will quote the fake and gay statistics.

My head explodes.


Radio and Podcasts / Re: The GabCast (A podcast about BellGab)
« on: December 08, 2019, 10:58:08 PM »
Kayfabe Heel or Face?


Radio and Podcasts / Re: The Michael Decon Program
« on: December 05, 2019, 04:49:24 AM » voice over work .... and that has paid my rent. It's nothing to brag about.... Just in case you wondered.  :)

mmm, Daneil, do tell moar?

Random Topics / Re: Jeffery Epstein Perp Walk Watch Party
« on: December 05, 2019, 04:45:54 AM »
Jeffery Epstein didn't kill himself

Radio and Podcasts / Re: NooriGuide
« on: December 05, 2019, 04:05:40 AM »
Anyone want to report on their results from following NooriGuide's guidance?

Apparently, cooking my pizza roles ina dish masheen will keep my mouse-stache in perfect condition.  No boot-b;ack req'd.



Random Topics / Re: Jeffery Epstein Perp Walk Watch Party
« on: December 05, 2019, 04:02:17 AM »
Jeffery Epstien didn't kill himself?

Random Topics / Re: The people that we miss on the awesome forum.
« on: December 05, 2019, 03:52:35 AM »
Roswells, Art

Random Topics / Re: What Are You Not Thankful For This Season?
« on: December 02, 2019, 01:08:23 AM »




Random Topics / Re: Music
« on: December 02, 2019, 12:50:38 AM »

Random Topics / Re: Music
« on: December 02, 2019, 12:44:26 AM »


Random Topics / Re: Music
« on: December 02, 2019, 12:37:06 AM »
Al that is pretty racist, did find it on YpipGube:

Rally?  thought it would be a suh-wheat cover of Floyd's "he wallis"


Radio and Podcasts / Re: AZZCAST (pronounced ass kissed) NO SHOW
« on: December 02, 2019, 12:29:00 AM »
And you, sir, are a colossal fraud!  As the only ivory-tickling faggot (though sadly lacking in the rhinestone department) in these here parts I demand that you cease this shameless impersonation at once.  Or at least cough up a poncho to atone for your crimes.

I cannot confirm nor deny that K-dubd was the first caller after the "giveaway" was announced.  I can, however, confirm that he is the first non-person from Pittsburgh to claim any perceived "prize" that may or may-not have been on offer.

Therefore, by co-host by-laws I enjoin eMCeeEnterprises (tm/inc) to re-activate PMs(ystem) for purposes of contest prize redemption;  further to gain a valid PO or mailthing addtrees foar aka "K-dub" foar either a "turkey" or "pancho" as the "shoe" producesr ess, deem et, al.. &c.

As self-appoinet "Exec Pord?" indded, herwif &c.  Direct an entourage eMCee'ntarprises, as such and forthwit.  To wit:

Give 'em the turkeE?


Politics / Re: Joe Biden 2020
« on: December 01, 2019, 11:56:27 PM »
Think he tried to spell "menarche" ... eye reed "monarchy"

What difference, at this point, it makes?

Nautical Shore...


Radio and Podcasts / Re: AZZCAST (pronounced ass kissed) NO SHOW
« on: December 01, 2019, 11:47:06 PM »
K_dub, du Istanbul uber-trollen?. ;)

Mint a Constinaple.  Nefer...

Cry havoc!  Oar hymnal autoschopull...


Politics / Re: Oh, Canada! ::)
« on: December 01, 2019, 11:30:50 PM »
I would say that is the only culturally appropriate way to get the sweater.  Be sure to film!

No ×orries!

Gud thymes!

Politics / Re: Hong Kong: another Tiananmen Square, or....thoughts please.
« on: December 01, 2019, 11:21:54 PM »
I am still waiting on my AB- liver transplant...

Months, mainland China.



Politics / Re: Oh, Canada! ::)
« on: December 01, 2019, 09:59:52 PM »

Yore mouse cache is missing.



Random Topics / Re: Bakegab: The Bellgab Bakeshop
« on: December 01, 2019, 09:47:30 PM »
Oh no I come from a big family and am still far down on the rungs.  I was upgraded from sweet potatoes to pie this year, though, and I did pretty good -- crust was crispy, not soggy, even underneath, though I baked them a few minutes too long and the fillings had a few cracks.

I saw ny sussTarr attempt a Betty Croker crust pie..,.



Radio and Podcasts / Re: The GabCast (A podcast about BellGab)
« on: December 01, 2019, 11:39:53 AM »
If you manage to get her to co-host be sure to include this song on the playlist for the show

You're welcome.

Radio and Podcasts / Re: The GabCast (A podcast about BellGab)
« on: November 29, 2019, 09:51:02 PM »
There was going to be one tonight but my surprise cohost was unable to be on, so we've had to push it to next weekend (probably Friday night).  It's for the best though because I'm in the middle of a nice heavy flu.


* #biffs.jpg (13.05 kB)

Buh-buh-but I thought we were Best Intarnetz Friends Forever (tm)?


Politics / Re: Jihad 20191129
« on: November 29, 2019, 03:16:00 PM »
Nukes are always an option.

How many and where?

A friend of mine once told me that at work they had a "thought experiment;"  you get a dozen nuclear weapons in the current US inventory.  You get to pick the targets.  I think it was a dozen, but for the sake of conversation we can make it a dozen.  He even provided a neat tool called Nukemap that used Google maps and had a listing of different warheads and stuff, that would put a circle of the appropriate diameter showing 100% killzones, 50% killzones and the persistent radiation zones.  Had tools for airburst/groundburst etc, was pretty neat.  I think you could save your "work" and create a link to it that you could share.  It looks like that thing is broken, maybe it's my browser it's been a few years.

My "solution" was to drop 11 in a ring around Mecca on the land only, since it was my understanding that it is a requirement of Islam that one make a pilgrimage at least once in one's lifetime, on foot to Mecca if able.  I was advised that nuking Mecca itself was probably a bad idea, so I used the map to create a radiation zone around Mecca that would be impassable on land.  You could still make the hajj, but it would probably be one of the last things you did as walking through the radiologically active zone would probably not be too healthy... The 12th nuke I elected to keep in reserve.

Apparently his buddies back at the intel shop thought my "solution" was both elegant and amusing.


ediot:  got it to work in a different browser, here's my "solution," I don't think the Saudi Arabians would appreciate it:

Random Topics / Re: Bakegab: The Bellgab Bakeshop
« on: November 28, 2019, 07:31:29 PM »
"Orange Man Bad Souffles"


Made a dozen of the bad boys today.  I have to say they were damn good.  It's a sweet potato soufflé garnished with a toasted marshmallow gastrique and candied pecans on the side, there is also some chiffonade sage.

I made my sister the saucier and put her in charge of the plates, I wanted whole sage, but she insisted on chiffonade.  It was really there for color, although I have a theory that sage is pretty good with sweet potatoes.

It went over pretty well, most of the family tried it.  There were two complete abstentions, a few samplings but most ate the whole thing.  The toasted marshmallow gastrique was awesome.  I think this is restaurant quality, with a few caveats:  I made the sweet potato custard base really thick because I wanted a lot of sweet potato flavor.  SO there were a lot of mashed sweet potatos in the custard, which made it pretty heavy.  I think if the custard base was played with a bit more there would be even more loft to the soufflés.  The plus side to this is that they didn't tend to collapse too much.

Unfortunately the color of the designs on the plates we used was roughly the color of the gastrique, so it doesn't show up very well...

Here's the basic recipe for anyone who wants to attempt making these for themselves, if you love sweet potatos I think you'd really like it.

Sweet Potato Souffle
yield 2 soufflés (425F oven)
1 egg yolk
1 tsp sugar
1/4 cup heavy cream
1/2 cup mashed sweet potatos
2 egg whites.

For the mashed sweets lightly oil whole skin on sweet potatos and baked them for an hour in a 350F oven, allow them to cool then squeeze the cooked "meat" out.  About an hour before service make a custard out of all ingredients except the egg whites; a double boiler is recommended so as not to curdle the custard reserve the egg whites.  Allow the custard to cool.  Right before putting the soufflés into the oven whip the egg whites to stiff peaks, but still slightly moist and fold in the custard.  Have 2 oven proof ramekins lightly buttered then coated with sugar, divide the "batter" between the two and immediately place in a 425F oven for 15-20 minutes.  When they are done serve immediately, because the soufflé will collapse within a few minutes.  It will still be edible, but it much better when it is puffed up.  Jorches need to be aware that it is really hot and can burn that dangly thing in the back of your throat.

Marshmallow Gastrique
2-4 toasted marshmallow
2 Tablespoons apple cider vinegar
dash of Quatre Epices (white pepper, nutmeg, cloves and dried ginger all ground up)

Toast the marshmallows over the burner on the stove.  In a small pan heat up the apple cider vinegar and quarter-spice, melt the marshmallows in the vinegar one at a time until the sauce just coats the back of a spoon.  Can be served warm or cold, easier to serve warm.

Candied Pecans
Dash cayenne pepper
Whole pecans

Melt the butter, sugar and cayenne pepper until the sugar dissolves.  Toss pecans and evenly coat, bake in a 350F oven until toasted.


I am wild ass guessing on the Gastrique & Pecan recipes as my sister made both of those.  I watched her make the gastrique, but she doesn't measure things so that one is an approximation, the Candied Pecans?  NO clue, she made those ahead of time.  But she was instructed to put just a little cayenne pepper on them.  Not to make them "spicy" but to just give them a mild almost un-noticeable "bite."  I could only taste the cayenne when I ate the pecans by themselves (which was really easy, they were delicious).  Grate Job, Baby sister!

I actually made all of the soufflés at once, so if you multiply everything by 6 in the soufflé recipe you'd get a dozen.  They were really good, got a family 75% approval rating.  Most people would not normally eat sweet potatos.  I think my mother and I were the only ones who do eat them, so I'd say a crowd pleaser but a bit of a hassle to make...

Happy Thanksgurving evrahbody!


ediot: You don't have to, but my sister actually went to the trouble of actually making marshmallows from scratch.  They were very square:


Radio and Podcasts / Re: Azzerae's World
« on: November 28, 2019, 12:42:13 AM »
If you didn't catch on by now MD, Azzerae is upset with me because I said this exact thing to Starmountain, "Hey did you hear the last gabcast?". At no point did I ever mention what MV or Azzerae said about any single thing on the last gabcast.

During my show, at no point before or after the Show did I say anything about Azzerae. I still haven't said anything about him that would be taken as disparaging. Yet ..... I'm the one who is responsible for his words and his actions.... I guess I'm the one out of line Right?   :D


b4 yew axe, yah.  D-runk, anyhoe this:

Puh-lease doan pills yore Myke!


Radio and Podcasts / Re: Kingdom of Nye With Heather Wade
« on: November 27, 2019, 07:28:27 PM »

 "To The Cuckshack, where Lee and Heater can ... get together..."

I'm thinking Lee pulls the big Caddy out of the garage for this road trip.

Some music for the road trip


Radio and Podcasts / Re: The GabCast (A podcast about BellGab)
« on: November 26, 2019, 07:52:57 AM »
It'll be in a sealed Ziploc, so no prob with safety.

Take a picture of the turkey, so we can determine if it is safe?


Radio and Podcasts / Re: The Michael Decon Program
« on: November 23, 2019, 08:11:40 AM »
Daniel, I want to thank you for brinking up the impotent topic of "the HIV" on tonight's vara speshul episode.

Callers lyke ewe are what makes lishunners happy!


ediot: I did not know it at the thyme, but floks lyke yerself are why I put myself between bullets and Canada!  Foist Amends, brah.

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: November 23, 2019, 08:04:43 AM »
I/O, iLL have yew k'now.  Mie Piled higer n Deeper dig-reeee is in Polite Seances, soor.

Rea Spectacles!

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hat is awl.


Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: November 23, 2019, 07:37:29 AM »

VirusWithShoes at 04:30 AM

Every night, a naked Bill O'Reilly sits hunched over in a dark and airless closet surrounded by untold numbers of boxes of women's shoes. He opens up a pair of sling-backs, and sniffs them until he almost passes out. When his face is red enough he carefully boxes them away, childlike in his movements, already missing the feel of the leather against his face. Quickly, he then takes a rapidly softening whole cucumber and forces it down his throat, fighting the gag reflex while wanting even more. With tears streaming from his eyes, and his body shaking from the exertion, he mumbles a mantra of self-hatred inaudibly into the darkness and onto the cucumber. After 30 minutes of Bill's Special Alone Time he slowly pulls it out, enjoying the sensation of it moving from his throat, past his tongue and into the dank air of the closet, the smell of the vegetable and his fevered saliva reminding him of the time he fell out the sycamore tree when he was 6 and bumped his head on a rock - the exact moment in his life when everything began to make sense to him.

His voice is reborn.

He stands slowly, awkwardly, his body stiff from holding the same position for too long, though to him - always not long enough. He reaches out to the shoe boxes to help him steady himself. Salty beads of sweat run down his chest, trickles from the pools in his armpits and under his breasts, cooling as rapidly as his innate anger is warming. His penis - an object of disgust to him for so long now - is as hard as it's going to get without chemical help. His toes clench and unclench with a staccato rhythm of their own. He opens the closet door, and looks at the poster of John Wayne hanging on the inside - the man he always wanted to be, but never could be, no matter how much he screams into footwear or chokes himself on cucumbers. Wayne looks back with his dead eyes - a two-dimensional construct of a dream that never was.

Bill's chest hitches, and he starts sobbing. Snot runs down his nose, his mouth opens wide and green stains frame this most silent of screams. He cries for all men, for all America. But mostly, almost exclusively, for himself.

Spent, empty, Bill steps into the shower. Runs it as warm as possible. Until it burns. His tears mix with the water.

His fear, his hatred, his shame - his anger. They all fall down the drain.

IMHO only Douche "the jeff" Shitstain is a bigger douche than O'really...

October over, no hayte.


ediot:  BONUS TRACK: Sting's progeny that Mister Bill was stymied bi...

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