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Will Richard fire up the Packard-Bell clone and get the ICQ going tonight?

Random Topics / Re: Music
« on: February 13, 2018, 07:29:03 PM »
Glenn Tipton has retired from Judas Priest. He was diagnosed with Parkinsons 10 years ago and 2 days ago he announced that he is no longer able to tour.

He is an amazing pioneering metal guitarist, IMO maybe the best ever heavy metal lead guitarist.

His movie on The Shining is very interesting though.

Indeed it is!

Great. Now the NSA, DIA, CIA n so many others etc and NASA listening!

plus the NBA, CBS, RCA, NWA, and all of MLB...

i am using the most uncompatible phone imaginable. all of the available browsers suck absolute shit except for the native one. developers abandoned long ago. i only use still because battery lasts me 7-10 days if i dont use 4G or wifi. it is the dumbest phone. i bet obamaphones were better.

their player shall not let me listen and browse on the phone at same time. what fun is that.

PS: 113331 and 113333 have occurred. 113339 is still available, yet not as collectible.

Random Topics / Re: Where is Swishy and GNBlows?
« on: January 18, 2018, 01:36:15 AM »
Maybe their mom came home and hid the router.

Random Topics / Re: BellGab is now funded entirely by user donations.
« on: January 18, 2018, 01:29:26 AM »
Google, Facebook, and Twitter have ruined everything related to:

1) The Internet
2) Real life

The masses are dangerous and the internet has become a shithole. Real life has become the internet. Time to flush it all.

We live in the worst dystopian movie of all time. It's actually worse than a movie because in a movie there is at least hope.

Things are pretty bad and seem to be getting much worse. I have no desire to live in a society with idiots like these among us. I'd rather be fucking dead than subscribe to this new breed of sheeple. No corporate cuntglomerate is going to tell me how to think or how I should react.

I am mostly disappointed in people in general, and not so much Big B0ther or the corporate mindlords on the stock exchange. The mind has been hijacked and people are no longer people. IMO there is no turning back beyond this point. We are in bad shape and I don't think we can recover. We are in serious trouble and I don't think anything can be done to fix it at this point.

Next, your debit will not work because you refused to use the LIKE button on intellectualholocaustbook.

I haven't even read page 2 of this thread yet and I already want to drink bleach. I am so mad and disappointed at everyone and everything even before I read this god damn page 10 minutes ago.

Not only are we not in control of our society but we are no longer in control of ourselves because people have put more faith into IT companies the past 10-15 years than they have their own livelihoods and these people should be fucking ashamed of themselves for contributing to this mess and allowing it to get to this point.

Random Topics / Re: Horrible movies that YOU like.
« on: January 15, 2018, 08:17:18 PM »
Her pussy probably looks like Chewbacca with the face of a Cabbage Patch doll.

Technology / Re: What your view on VLC media player?
« on: January 15, 2018, 07:56:01 PM »
I have been using VLC for about 12 or 13 years. It's been my go-to player about that long, although I prefer not to use it for listening to music because I think Winamp sounds a little better because of the EQ/scoop control. I do listen to streaming talk on VLC though because sometimes it's useful to bring the volume up beyond 100% so I can drown out any background noises in other programs that might going on and I can't do that on Winamp. For actual music I choose Winamp, for all video and spoken audio I use VLC 100% of the time except in a very rare case.

I always wished VLC would have teamed up with a disc player manufacturer that would base their innerds around the VLC codec package. My DVD players typically played AVI, MPEG/MP4, WMV, MKV, but one single player would usually not play all of the above. I used to have 2 players hooked up so I could play almost any compressed media from DVD-R at a moment's notice, but I never had one that played FLV files.

I think most if not all TVs now have a USB input. But I bet they still cockblock many file formats. I am pretty out of the loop with videogames and video anything this decade. But I do know that I hate HTML5, and Facebook, and 2.0 horseshit wordpress pages that scroll for eternity like it's 1995. Fuck all that simplified swipe and flail Fisher Price bullshit. I want inline frames and target="this frame" with no 3-4-5 clicks to get into a fucking inbox and no eternal scrolling. The internet has gone to hell in a handbasket, and so has file formatting.

Gonna start a Frameset Cult and build a recruitment module in SWF format just to piss in the faces of the hipsters, the W3C, Scroogle, Microsatan, Apphole Inc, and the rest of these shit-eating tyrants.

Random Topics / Re: Horrible movies that YOU like.
« on: January 15, 2018, 07:16:14 PM »

CityTV played this one a lot as well as Private Lessons in the late 80s early 90s. Sometimes back to back or sandwiched in between one or the other and another one called Hot Dog Cops.



A Richard C. Hoagland Comic Book would obviously be a BIG hit. It could pull in millions of guffaws and maybe even make a few Internet$.

I wonder if it could be done without running afoul of defamation/libel statutes. I supose that depends partially on whether RCH is a big enough 'public person' or not. It may have to be anonymously published from some third world shithole.

I think it's worth looking into. 

NB: I'm already laughing so hard I can hardly breathe. And I may have pissed myself.

There was a "Henry+Glenn Forever" comic circulating internet about 10 years ago. Rollins was amused but Danzig was not. These 2 used to be friends in the early 1980s to early or mid 1990s. The comic portrays them as gay lovers.

It would be effortless to do something similar with RCH. Plus you could do a Michael in Japan spinoff centered around a short and pudgy sedentary lifestyle femme with stubble beard, carebears backpack, iPad, iDildo, and iThing, and reward APP for 7-Eleven, Pizza Hut, and Taco Bell. One episode could cover a trip to the nearest 7-Eleven with Wireless Hotspot and could be based on creating the typical Slurpee; IE 1 layer of Coke, a layer of blue raspberry, one layer of Mountain Dew, one layer of lime green, another layer of Coke, and top it off with a jigglyswirl of cream soda on the top with a quick plop of Orange Crush on the very very top, leaving just enough to clip the tit-shaped dome lid on top of the Megasized Super Cup with built-in harness and reusable corrugated flourescent pink flexi-straw, printed with the theme of the latest blockbuster summer flop. The possibilities are endless.

All one would need to do is write short little scripts based off of OSOM dialog/material or soundbites. You could sum up the entire Chicken Neetza incident in just a few frames. Include easter eggs to unlock an episode based on the 1.5 frames that reveal an Asian escort in the motel room.

To avoid paying royalties you could just change everybody's name like they did with Tesla in the 1940's animated Superman serial.

Yeah, I have much of his work.  Did a hell of a lot of covers in his day.

When would his heyday have been? In terms of sales/popularity/consumption etc? Between approx what years or decades?

The head of Bob Ross... It kind of looks like Death Star. That's 1 degree of separation from 19.5.

has he explained how they get the caramel in the Caramilk bar yet?  LOL

No because they don't have that in America. And let's not get into the Smarties because that's a whole other thing which is much more complicated.

Random Topics / Re: Horrible movies that YOU like.
« on: January 15, 2018, 12:12:46 AM »
the video dead
chopping mall
bad dreams

Is there a direct link available or do you still have to listen from the bloated blog page?

I'll just pretend I am listening.

Random Topics / Re: Where is Art Bell?
« on: January 14, 2018, 11:41:18 PM »
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Paranormal - Conspiracy - UFOs - Etc. / Re: Mel's hole
« on: January 14, 2018, 03:51:37 PM »
It was a fun story until the singing and dancing flying seal came along. Apparently the seal eventually went off to play the Vegas circuit and that is why we didn't hear from him much anymore. But then it was recently discovered that the singing and dancing and flying seal teamed up with this guy:

They co-headlined, playing outdoor amphitheaters and small arenas which was all sponsored by Android and Monster Energy drinks. In Novermber 2017 it was revealed that the singing and dancing and flying seal died of a drowning/drug overdose in the summer, and was found facedown in a pool of Smurfberry Crunch in his dressing room by his tour manager.

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Art Bell
« on: January 08, 2018, 10:41:33 PM »
"Cyclone Snow Bomb"

Conspiracy therapists believe the snowclouds were seeded with freon mini cannisters. IMO the conspiracy rapists might be right.

Politics / Re: What Happened At The Atlanta Airport?
« on: December 19, 2017, 11:44:48 AM »
I read "Atlanta airport" and assumed it was a CAT-3 C/O event but then i checked Worldstar and there was no evidence of one occuring.

I bet that cost at least $60+ service charges per person. or $100 or more for VIP / ask George a question. +$12 drinks. $80 T-shirts.

The logo near Dave looks like a new age TV bible cult type of symbol.

A YouTube user said this:

Quote from: YouTube User
"The most gay thing I have ever seen and I'm gay"

This is the same quality as a 32 or 64k mp3. I am not usually finicky about spoken audio bitrates but this has a lot of underwater sounding hiccups.

There is also no master volume from the source; I have my volume cranked right up yet can hardly hear this fruitbator. If I get a system notification it is going to be very loud and startling. Does anybody have a direct link to the stream so I can listen on my own player? I hate to have to load the bloated piece of shit server-coded joke of a webpage, plus I simply do not want to have a browser running just to listen to audio.

Does anybody here still listen to this part-timer? I think his audience has left him. I don't even think Robin listens. I bet Morningwood isn't even listening.

Random Topics / Re: Celebrity Deaths
« on: December 10, 2017, 06:35:24 PM »
Belongs in the "Time is a Bitch" thread.

For a minute i thought that was Jones.

Random Topics / Re: Things That Annoy You
« on: November 29, 2017, 06:26:25 PM »
TNB. It's become acceptable by the masses. It has spread like a fucking plague. Even rush hour commute is chock-full of it. Jesus Fucking Herbert Walker Christ Jr. C'mon North Korea, hurry the fuck up and get that ICBM program going. I have no desire to preserve any of this any longer.

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Art Bell
« on: November 29, 2017, 06:19:21 PM »
Anyone know whose voice it is who introduces the Best of Art Bell broadcasts?

The female voice was Ramona. The male voice is Premier's replacement for Ross. I don't know who it is. Sounds like somebody who went from a sports channel cable subscription salesman to to being the voice of Coast To Coast.

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Caravan to Midnight
« on: November 29, 2017, 06:10:04 PM »
I like John but I haven't ever listened to Aerostar To Midnight. I think I watched an hour's worth on YouTube back when he was just starting up with his own show. I immediately quit listening to C2C when he was fired. He was the only host on there that I liked. I watched him host AJ once when I had a PP subscribership. I haven't listened to the latter in 3-4 years if not more. At some point I just tuned out of everybody. Then Art Bell returned and disappointed us all. He tuned us out.

The first time I heard Wells on C2C was about 2 years before he took over for Ian. I thought it was Barry White then didn't hear him again until way later when he became Ian's replacement.

Fuck George Noory and fake Coast To Coast. I am glad John has a followship of his own. Go choke on piss George you pretentious fake charlatan infomercialing asshole.

I remember that fattie from Head of the Class and Better Off Dead. I don't know his name or what he apparently did. I don't read or watch celebrity news. I didn't even realize the fat guy from Head of the Class was the same one in Better Off Dead.

Here is a poster of mine. My parents had a video store from the 70s through the 90s so I ended up with a ton of promo posters like this one which is in A- condition. This has never been hanged.

Random Topics / Re: The people that we miss on the awesome forum.
« on: November 27, 2017, 10:30:20 PM »
I think Nick Rivers might have been Val Kilmer at his best. He also did his own soundtrack. His character in Top Secret as well as the singing performances were beyond good in that movie. All of the many songs were original although a couple of them were tributes (IE: the medley which is Skeet Surfin'). Slapstick or not, he was excellent in Top Secret.

IMO Heat is a masterpiece.

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