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Radio and Podcasts / Re: The Michael Decon Program IS LIVE
« on: March 08, 2019, 12:20:13 AM »
Thank you brig, it was nice to see you & Kizuna. Saturday expect some more fun w/ Leo Zagami & Lee Austin (flat Earther)

Nice, a flat earther Saturday night? GD amazing.

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Art Bell
« on: February 23, 2019, 06:27:28 PM »
WTF? Airyn NEVER addressed this issue one-way or another in her one and only public statement.

Again, WTF? Are you making this up out of thin air? At a minimum these are fabrications of your imagination or false memories.

These are the main points that Airyn said. And, I'm actually quoting Airyn here speaking to HW by indirect means:

"You are just stirring old things up.
And all you are doing are making it harder and hurting my family worse.
I want less drama.
I don't have time for this.
I have two kids to raise and deal with real life problems."

Airyn was also upset having treated HW like family or a close friend in a time of need/loss but was not reciprocated in-kind or similar fashion by HW. She brought HW groceries and home cooked meals, but HW couldn't even respond in gratitude to Airyn's phone calls or with even a text reply. Airyn felt slighted and/or ignored by HW.

Airyn said: "I cannot just quit, cry, hide, and sleep all day. And now, seeing all this crap online has saddened me."

Correct, Airyn never stated Heather was wrong or that Heather was not there, Karen did.

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Then he had some random stabbing pain toward the end of the video.

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George no Internet audio edit.  I kept the important stuff in there.

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Stewart Coplandís father was CIA chief in the Middle East when he was a kid. His brother was also in the CIA and used to help produce the albums. True story. One world is enough for all of us, indeed! ;D

Yeah!  I remember reading about that.  Re: one world is enough for all of us:  It may seem a million miles away, but it gets a little closer every day.

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Well in Michigan that type of attitude is known as P.O.R  for Press on Regardless

Mute the sound at the beginning to kill the horrible intro music and then enjoy the rest.   G & K just had to P.O.R. to get
to Dunkin Donuts and Food Maxx. 



This is awesome, love the old Saab in there.  By the way, since when is Synchronicity by The Police horrible intro music?  Bad audio in the video, but epic song and album.

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I'm getting a bit annoyed about George going on about asking for donations to start his emergency fund.  He says he needs one for when he does things like lose his wallet that has his rent money in it.  Most people just call it a savings account, and George would just spend the money before any of it getting "saved for an emergency" anyway.

The same donate clip apparently will be at the beginning of every video now.  Oh joy.

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His neck is definitely more jowly or flabby or hideous or whatever. 

I wonder if that is the Finno-Kraut's angle here?


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Rally is banking on the bag being substantially less than described, in which case he can return it, at Senda's expense, and give him a negative review without incurring one himself.

Rally plays the long game.  He's a fuckin Great White: moving at glacial speeds, but irresistible, like a tanker crashing into a dock; with razor sharp teeth.

I was swimming in the harbour of your smile
Splashing in the ocean like a child
I didn't know what dangers lurked there
Just beyond the waves - Shark attack!

Hahaha nice.

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offer him zero and say that you know that he dug it out of the trash because of his videos.

lol that would be hilarious.

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If it actually is over one pound then shipping is 6 or 7 bucks, close enough. But if he guarantees it is over a pound and it is not then he must take it back AND pay to get it shipped back. It is worth a few dollars risk to nail him on a "not as described" and make him lose money on it.

Oh I didnít know it was over a pound, ok makes sense then.

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shipping should be less than $10.  offer him zero and say that you know that he dug it out of the trash because of his videos.

That friggin lego bag is like $2 to ship. You know heíll ship the shittiest way possible. $10 would be next day air maybe. But heíll USPS that shit, and pocket the rest.

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Why "piersonassociates"? Sounds like some MLM scam company or something. What is that avatar? A black crow?  More rabbit holes

I had those same questions when I went to his eBay. No clue on answers. Definite rabbit hole.

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^^^^^^^^
Better than Falkie.

LOL yes, and they even waived it for me when it occurred.

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I don't know about his bank, but my bank overdraft fees are $35.00 a day, I just looked it up.

Mine is just one fee of $35.  The last time I had one was back in 2013.

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My guess, because he wants to be able to use his paypal money to make more online purchases for his collections, and his tech toys, as he accumulates enough money in his paypal account.   I think he will HAVE to pay off his overdraw at his bank before he can pay his internet bill, because I don't think he can pay his internet bill with paypal funds transfer.  I wonder if his bank accumulates daily interest on his overdrawn amount due?

If he has a PayPal Debit card then he can pay Internet with PayPal funds but yes either way he has to pay his overdraft fee(s) before his bank will reinstate his account.  Why in God's name does the bank allow him overdraft protection in the first place is beyond me.


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Honestly, he blew MORE than all his money, he overdrew his bank $100. and some dollars,  didn't pay his internet bills, and who knows what condition his bank cards are in now, we just know they are blocked, and that he can't even move his paypal refund to his bank, because the bank will just deduct it from his overdrawn amount.  Anything that gets sent to his paypal, has to be used to purchase more items he can't afford, online.

But you're still paying the bills you owe when the bank deducts from overdrawn bills.  I don't get why he won't x'fer the money to pay his overdrawn balance.

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Uh Oh, they are cutting off his internet much sooner than expected...

and other disasters

I think he said he's $107. overdrawn, so far.

lol here we go again, same shit different month.  He blew all his SSI within the first week of receiving it.

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: The Michael Decon Program
« on: January 22, 2019, 05:54:49 PM »
This was never for recreational purposes, this was solely for science.



Amazing.

Was blind but now I see, because science.

gd amazing

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Technology / Re: Windows 10
« on: January 21, 2019, 10:12:59 PM »
What I get a kick out of are these netbooks with only a 32GB drive that come w/ Win-10 preinstalled. The OS itself takes up 30 GB
(Actually, the specs call for 32 GB)  https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/windows-10-specifications
Just for comparison, the OS I use takes up just under 700 MB on a fresh install and RAM usage at idle on startup is under 100MB. (It's a fully functional Devuan spin) Some features of Win 10 require a minimum of 4 GB RAM be installed.

Win 10 is a bloated pox on the people of this planet.

Gates is not only a thief, but he sold his stolen software at a loss to drive free-thinking, innovative, competitors out of business.  >:(

If you're thinking about switching, take a look at this -->  https://itsfoss.com/best-linux-beginners/

I would also highly recommend taking a look into ArchLabs   Linux.
(Here's a nice review.)
I set this up for a 70+ y.o. relative of mine about 4 months ago, and she absolutely loves it.
Pros:
    Speed:
Damn near instantaneous when launching programs - even large ones like the Linux Photoshop equivalent; GIMP  - or opening menus, or any other thing you do on the system
Arch is one of the fastest OSs out there..
Do you like under 10 second (cold) boot times ?    ;)
Installation:
One of the simplest installers in Linux-land.
It also auto detects all the drivers you need and automatically fetches them. This can be problematic on other Linux Distros - especially if installing on a DELL with their proprietary drivers. It's not a problem with AL.   :)
When installing new software, it's compiled from source - automatically.
This means that AL retrieves the source tarballs (as opposed to a pre-compiled binary,) and builds it specific to your machine specs while also fetching all the required dependancies so you don't have to check for missing packages. Other linux distros sometimes have problems fetching the required deps, or require the user to do it before installing the main software Pkg. All this is done automatically, and if you don't like the command line to install software, there are gui wrappers for pacman (the software installer) - although pacman is extremely simple to use.
Arch linux has one of the best documentation forums out there if you run into trouble.

Cons:
  Partial upgrades are not allowed. This means that when you update your software, everything on the system is updated. This can be anywhere from 1/2 GB to over a GB, depending on how long ago your last update was.
 Arch, and ArchLabs are what's known as a rolling release. This means you have the cutting edge software and updates are pushed as soon as they are coded. Once in a while this will send a buggy update, but this rarely happens, and you can always roll-back the upgrade.
You get the newest software, but once in a while it could be quirky.
Not really a con for most, but a philosophical standing point for me:  It uses Systemd.
 I believe Manjaro - mentioned in the very first hyperlink above, is Systemd free.  ;)

All in all, I really like Archlabs, and highly recommend it for someone looking to switch away from M$ WinBlows.   

Edit: Oh, forgot to mention, telling friends you are using an Arch distro adds to your geek cred.   ;)   ;D


Does this have the update UI that shows green (tested and stable) orange, red etc? Red meaning buggy/risky.  I guess I mean similar to Linux Mint. I need to check out an Arch distro soon.



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Radio and Podcasts / Re: The Michael Decon Program
« on: January 21, 2019, 10:02:45 PM »
No for a more powerful and full hit, it's like your taking a rip out of an actual bong. When you cut off the bottom, you're limiting the intake of smoke.

gd amazing

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: The Michael Decon Program
« on: January 20, 2019, 07:03:16 PM »
2 liter but instead of slicing the bottom off... I'd poke 4 holes in the wedges. After pulling it out of the water, then you'd hit it like you would a bong. That would take you to outer space quick.

ya I remember gravity bongs lol, god damn amazing.  4 holes rather than cutting the bottom off, for slower hit?

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What exactly is the deal on Falkie's left and right maxillary lateral incisors?  Are they infected?  It's hard to see whether they actually exist or if they fell out when you see videos.

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: The GabCast (A podcast about BellGab)
« on: January 20, 2019, 12:23:43 PM »
They mentioned that suspicion also.

Yes I suspected that for years.

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: The GabCast (A podcast about BellGab)
« on: January 20, 2019, 12:06:54 PM »
Now they're talking about the rumors of paid callers on Premiere, and was JC a plant.

I always suspected JC was a plant, and that it was Art's friend and radio impersonator Phil Hendrie.

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: The Michael Decon Program
« on: January 20, 2019, 12:03:18 PM »
Yeah, back then we (friends) used to hit a gravity bong and take Soma's like a boss. Think about it, I come from the land of nothing. We had to have fun other ways out here.

hahah yes I remember gravity bongs, and elevators.  Remember those?  You'd squat and hyperventilate, then take a bong rip and gradually stand.

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: The Michael Decon Program
« on: January 20, 2019, 02:07:13 AM »
Maybe I should clearify what I meant by that, each time I took an 8th. It was really only the first time, that had me walking side ways. The rest of the time I was able to maintain. Maybe because each time I was also smoking  copious amounts of cannabis.

Also keep in mind, I always loved Soma's. I had also been taking those around that time line. Now that is something that will prepare you for any "science experiment".

Damn 3.5 g is a hell of a dose of shrooms. Combined with Soma? Damn, amazing.

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: The Michael Decon Program
« on: January 20, 2019, 01:53:34 AM »
I've developed a high tolerance really early on, even though I've only done it only about 6 times in my life.

Psilocybin tolerance dissipates after a few days though.

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