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GNS straight out of the toilet.  Takes the Renovo Life Straw filter challenge.  Why not? replied George.  He added, "GNS, so this is just very apropro.  I don't believe in coincidences, but the suckage down this drain is the same as the suckage in my brain! Do you think I should sit on my head when I go?"

I'm sure the average TSA toad is aware of those facts.

I had a TSA type at San Jose airport take away a jar of pickled garlic I bought in Gilroy.  What was amusing was she placed the jar on the ledge of her little podium, as opposed to into the trash can in front of her with everything else they confiscated.

Random Topics / Re: Things That Annoy You
« on: March 18, 2019, 01:39:45 AM »
Patients who toss stuff on the floor for others to pick up, instead of folding items over a chair, on a table or in a stand up brown bag.

Random Topics / Re: True Confessions Of BellGab
« on: March 18, 2019, 01:32:12 AM »
No one puts pepper on Lobstas...jeez... :o
Not needed on meat.  Only vegetables.  But I would pepper my lobsters anyway!

Peanut butter saves lives because it's non-perishable, you don't have to have good teeth, it's high in sustaining nutrition, and it stabilizes blood sugar in hypoglycemic & diabetics.

Airlines solution to everything is to just send a travel voucher.

I had a flight canceled. The airlines policy was to give $400 to each person. My wife and I rebooked on a different airline. I never received a check, so I kept callling and sending emails. They seemed to not even bother to read or listen to what I had to say. I kept getting $100 vouchers. To the point We were able to book airline tickets to Vegas for nothing. Eventuallly they finally sent us a check, with yet another $100 voucher for being late.

I hate flying. Delays, cancellations, crying kids, parents who let their kids kick seats and run. People who want to take their shoes off, people that need to get up 4 times every hours to piss, stinky food eaters, etc etc.
I don't like to fly either.  Really don't want anything to do with companies that charge a lot, yet don't give me 20 square feet of space.  A fire department workplace safety standard has been 15 square feet, but you don't even get that in a plane.

They need to make a couple huge disabled seats on each craft, if for wheelchairs than no other reason.  Which can fold up into a stretcher bed seat for the bedridden, like those bedded shoppers you sometimes see in grocerystores.  And add EMTs. We are an aging population.

Twenty years or so ago, I flew on an American flight from Dallas to Dayton on a RJ seated next to a guy who was at least 400 lbs.  I had the window seat, he had the aisle.  He was so big neither of us could lower our tray tables. Think "Fat Albert" big.  I kept trying to get the stew's attention, but she ignored me, then finally shook her head "no" when we made eye contact.  And yes, he ordered a diet Coke.

I exchanged correspondence with American over the incident.  I was told they do not want to embarrass their "plus size" (also used the term "robust") customers as they had passengers right just like everyone else.  Long story short, I got no apology but did get a $300 travel voucher that expired before I could use it.
They need to make a couple huge disabled seats on each craft, if for wheelchairs than no other reason.  Which can fold up into a stretcher bed seat for the bedridden.  We are an aging population.

Heh, heh, heh.  Several nights ago, I heard Snorge mention he flies Southwest a lot.  He no doubt believes it qualifies him as an expert on all things concerning airliners. I wonder if Snorge has to book two seats for Tommee.  ;D
It's still only 2 seats total for both of them if George takes a lap seat.  Every penny counts!


Here is a preview of George filling out a suit & having a friendly conversation about Mars. 

At least George lets the guest talk.
Well he has to read his email sometime, lol.

Random Topics / Re: Ask Liberace! Anything
« on: March 12, 2019, 04:23:09 AM »

Strange how most of them keep posting here, and all keep reading here anyway. Many also log-in and don't post, so these people must be using PM messages here. Otherwise, why log-in? :D

Really weird.
Because they posted 3 days ago & forgot to log out while plugged into the wall.

Random Topics / Re: Please pray for WhiteCrow.
« on: March 12, 2019, 04:14:18 AM »
I wouldn't give a fuck if white crow or paladin died.
Can't really have compassion for others without self compassion first.

"We Are the Champions".  Define "We".   

Champions don't ruin value systems.

Tonight, George told his first guest that he made good pints.  I think he meant points.  Must be the weekend.

George has empathy for people living in their cars while they listen to him.

Tonight's bumper music included, "You Were Always On My Mind", sung by a man who sounds like George Bush.

The lyricist was the victim of domestic violence.  Not sure whether that was before or after this hit.  I wouldn't blame her for swinging at him over this song, though.  It is quite arrogantly insulting.

Technology / Re: Windows 10
« on: March 06, 2019, 03:20:15 AM »
Perhaps the website wasn't compliant with modern browser standards.  In other words, the website's owner got the site working well on IE long ago when that was a thing, but they never bothered to evolve it from there.  If so, that's more of a commentary on that website than the Edge browser.

Having said that, a few months ago I did try using Edge exclusively for about a week on all of my PCs.  There were plenty of reasons the trial didn't continue beyond a week.  Edge felt clunky and second rate.  My biggest gripe was that Edge doesn't use the legacy Windows menu system at all.  It uses the stripped down, graphically "modern" menu system that you see in Win10's Microsoft Store apps.  In other words, when you right click, you don't get the type of menu (and the range of options) you'd get in any other browser.
Yes.  To me, a website should look and act the same in any browser, just like a franchise looks and acts the same whether it's on a mountain or in a valley.  Oh well.

Technology / Re: Windows 10
« on: March 06, 2019, 03:18:13 AM »

Windows 10 has built in Defender, but if your new computer came with another system installed, like Norton, or McAfee,  you have to turn them off and uninstall them first, then turn Windows Defender on.  Having two security systems running at the same time, is one of the most common cause of many issues.
I've heard that, too.  You seem to be the only one who remembers.  I'll keep it in mind.

Random Topics / Re: Please pray for WhiteCrow.
« on: March 06, 2019, 03:16:16 AM »
Fuck him.
That would be adultery.  I like to think Paladin is a family dude.

Random Topics / Re: Please pray for WhiteCrow.
« on: March 06, 2019, 03:11:34 AM »
If he were dead, would you be able to tell the difference?
Definitely seeing no posts...  That is a difference for sure.  I think his avatar is in bird heaven now, which is why I posted the starlings murmuring.

I don't know what the other poster is talking about.  Nothing wrong with planning a female calendar.  As far as requesting real addresses, I wish she would quote an old post because I just can't see him doing that with any bad intentions.  I would or would have trusted him very far.  It sounds like she means some ladies regretted giving him their address.  I wonder why.  He wouldn't have done anything wrong with it.  If he was a banker, he was one of the more progressive ones.

I could say something mysterious like the world wouldn't be as good of a place without him, but the truth is, he probably raised some fine children and they probably are breeding more fine people growing up.  Hopefully the world will continue to be good because of his influence.

Shouldn't a person already be falling in love before they start kissing?  Hmmm.  Doesn't sound like he was raised Catholic.

I think he means something more like, 'Pay for  your head at my lunch table... Put your lips near my lunch plate...  Maybe we can fall in love...' 

The cataclysm and catechism thing is not a speech impediment issue. 

You need to get out more.  Christ, everything is either misogynistic or is some problem for you.  Next, you'll be telling us Supertramp's "Take the Long Way Home" is depressing because of the long walk involved.
The songs are great.  When taken in their entirety, though, he plays a lot of morose songs.

Oh and now he says he IS a Catholic.  That's quite a bit different from being raised Catholic.  I don't for one minute believe he truly is a confirmed, devoted Catholic.  Can you imagine George believing there needs to be a paternal intercessory (priest) between him and God?  Didn't think so!

Random Topics / Re: Ask Jackstar Anything
« on: March 03, 2019, 02:07:16 AM »
Do any uh ya' speak JIBE? De airwaves are yo's now.

WTF?  Sure, Jorch sucks but that's just ridiculous  "Baker Street" is a classic.
Alright.  Then let's play it for George on his birthday.  Or after the Radio Hall of Fame next year:

You'll drink the night away
And forget about everything...

You used to say that it was so easy
But you're trying, you're trying now...

Just one more year and then you'll be happy
But you're crying you're crying now...

Add to his sick list of morose songs, Baker Street: "You're tryin', you're tryin' now.  It used to be so easy, but you're tryin' now."

Just the man everyone wants in their court.  Our demoralization for the night.

Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: February 28, 2019, 12:17:54 AM »
Packing up and listening to this hoot of a guest about underground tunnels, Bigfeet, and Antarctica. She is nailing it. Still waiting for her to mention the secret rooms in Post Offices and what their nefarious purposes will be!

And tonight, bedbugs, mice, and songs George says to remember when you are depressed.

Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: February 28, 2019, 12:17:16 AM »
Howard Bloom just said wet dre*m and was not censored... Has he been that blunt before?

Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: February 27, 2019, 05:42:25 AM »
Not social setting, restaurant, deli, coffee shop, meeting, orientation, team, support group, project, fundraiser, elevator, train, courtroom, wedding, service, lecture, panel, conference, event, or card game.
Nope.  Lounge.
...picnic, reunion, cruise, gathering...

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