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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: October 16, 2017, 01:34:18 AM »
I hear he is getting better at sucking each day. Also, I hear he got cocksucking chin, that's a biiiiig get!

Random Topics / Re: Albums You Love Front To Back
« on: October 16, 2017, 01:15:56 AM »
An interesting film  that had different 'cuts' for theatrical release, tv, and paid-tv versions- for 'time', music rights, and other issues- I guess?

There are literally 3-4 different versions of Superman II

1984 was a great year for some now movies

IE: Star Trek III, Purple Rain, Repo Man, Cloak & Dagger, Suburbia, Top Secret!, Terminator, Ghostbusters, Beverly Hills Cop, Starman, Gremlins, Red Dawn, Beat Street, Breakin' II, The Philadelphia Experiment, Tightrope, The Last Starfighter... etc.

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert With Heather Wade
« on: October 02, 2017, 11:53:39 PM »
Art Bell isn't needed... Heather is getting better every day...

Random Topics / Re: Celebrity Deaths
« on: October 02, 2017, 11:40:43 PM »
Tom Petty's website is just now confirming his death tonight at 8:40pm PST

Random Topics / Re: Live Shooters Las Vegas Several Dead at Mandalay Bay
« on: October 02, 2017, 10:31:31 PM »
I need to pass out. Maybe they will find his passport in the burning rubble tomorrow. And maybe the next day they will cover the crime scene with dirt. Hand-drawn facsimile of the scene will be presented as evidence at the tribunal where Chuck Shumer can appoint himself as overseer of the proceedings.

Random Topics / Re: Live Shooters Las Vegas Several Dead at Mandalay Bay
« on: October 02, 2017, 10:14:04 PM »
Invalid Tweet ID

Those twitter/facebook vids never work for me... I had better luck with quicktime and that was downright awful in terms of success rate.

Caption says "clearly" but the preview-still of the video looks to be grainy and I don't know how that can be conclusive. Some spyphones take pretty decent video these days, why are all these metrosexuals with trendy phones uploading lego videos?

Random Topics / Re: Live Shooters Las Vegas Several Dead at Mandalay Bay
« on: October 02, 2017, 10:06:06 PM »
It could have been a cell phone flash if somebody was trying to take a photo.

Ok I did see something around 1:00 give or take. Could have been anything though. Maybe even a reflection from Luxor.

Random Topics / Re: Live Shooters Las Vegas Several Dead at Mandalay Bay
« on: October 02, 2017, 10:00:58 PM »
here's another view of it.

I saw no muzzle fire in that video.

Random Topics / Re: Live Shooters Las Vegas Several Dead at Mandalay Bay
« on: October 02, 2017, 09:53:52 PM »
even if the maids are told by a sign to "do not disturb?"

They always ignore that sign... They probably just like to see people fucking in the morning.

Random Topics / Re: Live Shooters Las Vegas Several Dead at Mandalay Bay
« on: October 02, 2017, 09:47:38 PM »
They are finding guns in that room after the fact like I would find easter egg later in the day (or there was one there, and one there too)

Next they will probably find his passport conveniently stashed in the middle of an active volcano.

Random Topics / Re: Live Shooters Las Vegas Several Dead at Mandalay Bay
« on: October 02, 2017, 09:45:37 PM »
I just saw some video that showed muzzle flash from about the 10th floor, and closer to the middle.  wow  that sure changes the story now.

I've been at my store the past 48 hours doing inventory and have only just watched some clips on YouCensor. I have refused to read any so called coverage of this. Of the half dozen clips I watched, one was a compilation of a dozen or so spliced together and none of them showed any clear muzzle flashes anywhere near the buildings. That was the only thing I was looking for while watching all the videos, and none showed any flash.

Can you post a link?

Random Topics / Re: Live Shooters Las Vegas Several Dead at Mandalay Bay
« on: October 02, 2017, 09:42:01 PM »
Damn. Probably won’t ever get my tshirt autographed.

Pete Rose is notorious for charging up to $500 for an autograph, and that was 20+ years ago. These days with inflation, $500 is nothing and I bet he charges $1000 per signature.

One of the Milli Vanillis died by suicide a few years ago. I don't know if it was Millie or the other one but at best you could only get one signature of the two.

Vanilli Effect: To only have one of two autographs because one half of a unit is dead an no longer able to do signatures.

Random Topics / Re: Live Shooters Las Vegas Several Dead at Mandalay Bay
« on: October 02, 2017, 09:33:35 PM »
I thought that was Millie Vanille.

Millie Vanille are disqualified from all competitions though. They failed the piss test and were banned from the ballots like Pete Rose. Years later, like Pete Rose, Millie Vanille admitted to betting on gay horses at the track while contractually engaged in a European tour attended by soulless non-music fans.

Random Topics / Re: Live Shooters Las Vegas Several Dead at Mandalay Bay
« on: October 02, 2017, 09:26:07 PM »
All they had was that Popcorn Song and lazers and shit! I got over it real quick!

Tears For Fears don't believe in lazers. They had 2 peaks and a rising sun. Popcorn was a totally different thing from a totally different time.

Random Topics / Re: Live Shooters Las Vegas Several Dead at Mandalay Bay
« on: October 02, 2017, 09:11:00 PM »

No you got that the other way around. Hall & Oats are the snowglobe in Nick's army surplus store, Tears For Fears were intellectual and the superior duo.

Random Topics / Re: Live Shooters Las Vegas Several Dead at Mandalay Bay
« on: October 02, 2017, 09:08:48 PM »
According to ATS, Hall & Oats are gatekeepers. So was Monty Hall.

Random Topics / Re: Live Shooters Las Vegas Several Dead at Mandalay Bay
« on: October 02, 2017, 09:07:03 PM »
You think he'll ever get back together with Hall?  ???

They just toured with Tears For Fears this summer. I would have gone to see Tears For Fears but didn't want to ever have to explain to anybody how or why I saw Hall and Oats so I skipped.

Random Topics / Re: Celebrity Deaths
« on: October 02, 2017, 08:29:23 PM »

Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: September 27, 2017, 11:11:32 PM »
We call them "debit cards" down here, but it's nice to see Canada catching up to the US.

Not debit cards though. Plastic bills.

Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: September 26, 2017, 09:44:41 PM »
How can y'all ban Chelsea Manning, yet still allow Noory to cross over?

Not sure who she is, but Canada Customs can be some serious pricks and block who ever they want to. But they have no problem letting openly criminalistic thug rappers in... and that is because canada loves gangster horseshit.

Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: September 26, 2017, 09:29:49 PM »
Hope that was $150 Canadian

Canada now uses plastic bills... Beware of flames/heat.

Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: September 26, 2017, 09:11:43 PM »
The clincher was when they viewed a video of Jorch in concert.

Tickets for this were $150 plus taxes and the place was packed. I didn't go but saw a minute or two of it on YouCensor and it looked like a full house. I saw a clip with AJ getting a standing ovation. George sucks.

Random Topics / Re: Tori Amos Thread/ Alterantive Music Women
« on: September 26, 2017, 09:02:12 PM »
Kate Bush is unviewable in my country.

Technology / Re: Cheapest Service to Host A Web Site?
« on: September 14, 2017, 08:43:57 PM »
You can host for free at but I don't know exactly what the stipulations are. I have been using it for about 3-4 years for a personal project and have had no issues at all with the free service. Not sure what the monthly cap is, I have very little traffic if any, and I use it for writing and testing code.

It's got a typical file manager with sub-directory support. It also supports javascript, CSS, html, etc... as well as various multimedia. Plus I think it has FTP support even with the free service. I usually create files on my own and then upload them to the directory. But it's like a sandbox, no blog-template-horseshit, but a true open web server with good support just like in the old days when internet was fun and versatile. I have never paid a cent or have been nagged to upgrade to paid services either.

It might be worth checking out, at least for a transitional period while you shop for a less greedy provider.

I don't like how Scroogle and Bigbrotherbook and Narcissist-Press have killed the sovereign web server in recent years. I preferred the internet when there were more independent/unbiased networks providing hosting services without reliance on mega-conglomerates who these days only let you build a homogenized template based on a bloated heap of shit that scrolls down into infinity while thriving on instant gratification notifications via comments, sharing/forwarding, etc.

Random Topics / Re: Ruin a band's name with one letter
« on: September 08, 2017, 10:43:25 PM »
The Cunt -- Love, Dreamtime, etc... Ian may mail it in these days, but if 3 pumps ain't enough for her then that's her problem.
The Southern Death Cunt -- Gothic rock band from the UK before shortening their name and becoming possessed by Steppenwolf after choosing Wham!'s producer. This information is certifiable.
Blue Oyster Cunt -- "It seemed to me, you lived your life... with a cowbell in your cunt." - Elton John live version sung at memorial for longtime friend and fprmer manager of Blue Oyster Cunt
Ice-P -- Original Pisser, The Yellow Iceberg, etc... He also wrote/released 99 Problems But a Piss Ain't One 25+ years ago so fuck you Gay-Z you fake piece of shit.
Public Enema -- Fear of a Brown Planet took the world by storm in the late 80s, but when the follow-up It Takes a Toilet of Millions To Plunge Us Back came out the shit really hit the fan ten fold. They toured with Anthrax and in Europe with The Sisters of Mercy. More dangerous and rock n roll than many popular rock bands of the time, no liquid plumber or hair metal band could do anything to stop this relentless force of pioneermanship which was literally working within the same walls as Run DLL, Klayer, Blenn Danzig, and Joy Orbison in his final days of life.
LL Cool P -- "I'm going back to Cali... to pee again, to pee[*] again" (repeat 4 times but on the 2nd and 4th stop here [*]).
SS Decuntrol -- Grumpy band from Boston, appeared in official Misfits 'Braineaters' video in 1982.
D.O.H. -- Canadian punk band from Vancouver, managed by Homer Simpson at the insistence of Chuck Biscuits.
T.L.O.L -- Funeral March... giggle to death... repeat. Band made appearance in Suburbia in 1984 where they didn't think violence at the shows was particularly funny.
AC/D2 -- Rock n roll Astromech Droid from Australia, but actually made and assembled in Britain. The lil guy is also the only remaining original member of the band.
Howlin' Bolf -- Blues singer with possible cock in mouth.
Bo Diddler -- Juju, just smell his fingers. The proof is in the pudding.
Jew Order -- Blue Monday + Black Friday = Bizarre Love Ponzi; Financing available via mass social networking and Netflix[TM] rating points system in conjunction with major credit card and certified iPlop app.
The Marbelettes -- Legendary girl group who did better version of a Beatles song than the actual Beatles. Eben wib marbles is der mouf dey''d still pwob kik de beebles affes outta town.
Marvis Gaye -- The Freddie Mercury mustache gave Marv away a long time ago. Marv you are a big bag of fruit, we knew this ages ago.
Concrete Bronde -- Japanese/Engrish version of Los Angeles based 80s-90s gothic rocking folk rockers who like to sing about moonlight, vampires, and numerous girls named Kim, Caroline, Wendy, etc.. and who knows maybe Joey had a pussy too. Johnette Napolitano may not have ever been the numba one fucky but she is a close 26th or 27th for sure.
Boner M -- Hitmakers of Raspoontang, Rivers of Bonerlong, Ma Boner, etc...
Starshit -- Marconi plays the mamba, listen to the video; 33.
The Exploided -- Combustable punk band from Glasgow, New Jersey. Keep your distance and stand back.
Monster Fagnet -- Potentially doubling as a website URL as well as a band name, this stoner rock band recently resurfaced with more gay monster activity, positive and negative polarity, and analog equipment.
Buran Buran - Russian version of the American space orbiter helmed by Simon Lebon who flew a successful test flight which resulted in a lunch invite at The Kremlin. Though, when the Soviet Union collapsed funding was cut and the band's record label ceased to exist. Years later the vehicle was destroyed when the hangar in which it was stored suddenly collapsed in on itself. The Coast Guard couldn't save any of the original acetates and ultra-rare demo tapes which were also stored in the hangar building. It was a total loss.
Thh Specials -- Mentally challenged group who make fake reggae music in England. 2 sing and 8 others just stand there like a bunch of Oreo cookies. Not full-retard, yet special enough to take the short bus. If they debuted 15 years later they would have been wearing tracksuits and flat visor baseball caps and been covered with unoriginal tribal tattoos and sports logos everywhere.
Pornishead -- X-rated band from Bristol UK who sample and scratch outtakes of old porno albums.
Nina Fagen -- German opera singer turned punk singer turned opera singer then punk then vaudeville then showtunes, then punk opera. This jewish faghag is about 82 years old and still has the pipes as well as some (possibly scientifically created) dick sucking lips.
Steve Bai -- A grand wizard of guitar sorcery who is long married to Ibanez. He is a guitar legend despite the absence of a single notable album of his own. He is 63% gay in Japan according to Rotten Sustainerpots dot com and also has a signature superstrat that doubles as training-luggage. He appeared in The Karate Kid IV with Jamie Gertz, Joe Morton, and several other colored people from the deep south where it's just watermelons and rock n roll all day long, everyday, eternally - forever!

Random Topics / Re: Great Cover Songs
« on: September 08, 2017, 08:41:42 PM »

I am on day schedule now and only heard the first show plus the one where the guy got totally shitfaced throughout the show. But I see his lazy susan roster of 5 selectable guests has already gone through the cycle and JPF is back for more Zippo clicking, bong-hitting, and other fun stuff. I wonder how long until Robert Morningwood returns. Is he still banned? He was the emergency host and one night he got the boot and hasn't been mentioned since.

Braapz n Megadildo˛ to all.....

I think the USS Hoagler is confused. Sometimes he misinterprets data and he has made a career out of it. Or he could be aware that some of his matetial is bullshit but his 'work' and popularity must continue to thrive, so maybe he rolls with it knowing that it is indeed a surfable wave of bullshit. Maybe RCH is a meglomaniac. Maybe he is addicted to porno. No idea what his story is but I would say that he is either naive, or is a confidence trixter. Either way, he is not in a prestigious grouping.

I listen because I generally liked him on Coast and like many subjects it is great theater of the mind, not even a burden of having to agree or disagree with a guest or concept, but more than that (with the help of a good guest or host) to be in a sci-fi state of mind where you are open to possibilities or looking for reasons to be optimistic about science or future.

My introduction to actual RCH was way after I had already heard him on C2C for several years, but never on his own platform or giving a presentation. It was the innauguration of Darth O-Hole in 2008 and there was dust on the lense and many pics produced proof of ----- ORBz. That was my first ticket on the Hoagland ride and knew from that point never to take the guy seriously.

I thought this show was a good compliment to Art Bell, and early on it was kind of a continuation of a subject discussed on Art's preceding show (IE: moon hoax). After a quick bit the shows were not relaying to each other by content, kind of like Dave's split format with the front and back end having nothing to do with one another. At this point Richard seemed to portray himself as some kind of counter-culture science legend of streaming internet media. He was a little late jumping on that. 15 years late atleast, and subscribership has nothing but dwindled since he left Dark Matter. If he wanted to be a successful 'radio guy' with revenue system and healthy subscribership he should have immediately gone to an appropriate network after he violated his lease contract at Dark Matter. He didn't and chose Fred's little affiliate because RCH knows that soon or later he will start having many sick days because of booze/pot and internet pornotubes, and network is gonna put up with his 100-200 sick days a year and last minute show cancelations when satellite services and paid sponsors are involved.

8 month hiatus, abrupt end to show, no explanation yet still collects $5/month from charity givers. Re-emerges almost a year later, on another station and still no explanation. Talks to the audience as if they've stuck by him all along and still claims 152 countries are listening every night. At best he has 152 core listeners. Gwarenteed that people aren't just surfin on to this shit.

LOL @ 152 countries. The queen listens. So does Stephen Speilberg. And probably James Bond too.

19.5 is the real 42.

Just scored this 1982 Ibanez V recently. Missing original third knob and has a replacement on there but I will find a proper one later on. It also has a push/pull installed in the middle, I think the other 2 pots as well as the switch are original though. It is a classic era Ibanez axe but this one is modified with a Kahler tremelo system and locking nut. It came like that and I think was done a long time ago. Sounds badass though with the Kahler trem. This is my 2nd Ibanez RR-50 but this one has tremelo, unlike my other which is totally original parts and factory bridge. It needs a new set of screws for the pickup rings, and maybe a pickup swap at some point. The original Super 70 and V2 is long gone. No idea what these pickups are but the axe can scream almost effortlessly and pinch harmonics come through no problem which works for me as my untalented self doesn't really know how to play any other way. I will probably put some chrome covers on the pickups down the road. I have plans to work on this one a little bit and replace some of the little parts like matching screw sets for starters. Also, the strap knob things don't match, I will find a solution later on. Got plans for this one.

Previous to the Ibanez flying V I grabbed a 1984 Destroyer in Montreal for my birthday. I was really depressed and needed something to negate the midlife crisis. So I got these 2 axes. The Destroyer is a little beaten up but it is a DT-155, which was the poor man's version of the DT-555. Both had 3 Super 70 humbuckers, but the one I got had the dumbed down trem. This 1984 was kind of hard to locate. I don't use Ebay so it's easier said than done. I am just happy I have one and it's black. I was looking for one of these or similar model for a long time and this one turned up. The tremelo bridge looks like it belongs on a Fender or something, I don't know what Ibanez were thinking. The tremelo is definately a little wonky looking and I wish they just made this guitar as a hardtail design with a stationary Gibralter bridge or whatever Ibanez used on non tremelo metal axes around this time. I don't know how you're supposed to divebomb with a sad tremelo like this on a metal axe such as this. I don't think it came with a whammy bar anyways. It might be in the aftermarket case that it came with, I forget. Anyways I hate the bridge but love the guitar. The thing is a mean monster. Not comfortable to play leads on or anything, but fun and powerful, heavy sounding and heavy physically. All original parts, has original knobs and still has the boomerang shaped strap clips. This one is banged up a lot, it's like it was a prostitute for many years or something. The price was good but I had to travel to Montreal and back to get it. Je m'apple geeeee.

It's been almost a month sine the Rocket Roll II. Tomorrow is new guitar day. I need to chill the fuck out and work my life out and quit collecting I have no fucking life.

Random Topics / Re: How did you discover Art Bell?
« on: June 29, 2017, 08:43:03 PM »
I discovered Art Bell while driving a taxi in the middle of the night.

I may have had a couple of chupacabras and shapeshifters in my car before, as well as the goings on of stuff you aren't supposed to talk about. Art Bell was the only logical choice.

Hail satan.

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