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Random Topics / Re: Things That Annoy You
« on: May 25, 2013, 10:39:33 AM »

.....Then I was awake and had to listen to sNoory.

It didn't sound all that bad until you got to that part.  ;)

Politics / Re: Time to consider "Worst Administration Ever"?
« on: May 24, 2013, 10:57:09 PM »

An 80 dollar coast to coast am robe? "Listening to Coast to Coast AM while wearing your Classic Kimono is the perfect way to enjoy the evening." ::)

I thought you were joking but, sure enough, there IS a C2C "Classic" Kimono.  :o

I wonder if Tommy wears one as he performs his nightly geisha ritual with Jorch?

What the flying fuck?

George Noory's "Academy of Truth" mug..? Were George involved in any institution of learning, I would think it would be Derek Zoolander's Center for Kids Who Can't Read Good and Who Wanna Learn to Do Other Stuff Good Too.

and then there's this gem:

Both available for the low, low price of $16.95! Order now!

The last one is the worst.  Just what you want to be looking at, first thing in the morning, when you're having a cup of coffee.  Mr. Potato Head.

Jorchie is just a big Mama's Boy.  Look at how 'lil Jorchy handled his big, bad pizza roll.  He turned to his surrogate mommy, Tommy.   ::)

Politics / Re: Politics
« on: May 23, 2013, 08:00:50 PM »
All this wiener talk is making me hungry.  I like mine split, grilled, served on a nicely grilled New England-style split top roll, with mustard, relish, and onions.

Random Topics / Re: Things That Annoy You
« on: May 23, 2013, 07:49:31 PM »
Sardondi for pres.

+1.  I could sleep better at night, wouldn't need night-time talk radio, and The White House press conferences would not only be informative but entertaining.

One thing that I have noticed lately is in many of the pics of this bastard, something seems off about his hairpiece or parts of his face. Like somebody's tried to photoshop some dark hair in there or he forgot to put a certain part of his face on that day. Come to think of it, he does resemble Mr. Potato head in some ways. Not to talk shit on potatoes mind you.

He does look as if he was just dug out of the ground.

....Wow Georje,  she's fuckin hot! Too bad your tits are bigger than hers ya fucking dunce.

Reminds of a classic Seinfeld episode.

"The Manssiere"... or was it "The Bro?"

Can we conclusively rule out a stroke at this point or is it still on the table?

HEH, EVERYONE.. remember, this motherfucker is the F-117 of talk radio~

I believe a stroke can be ruled-out.  "The Nighthawk" is really just a "Dodo."

Noory already has Tommy for that position...  8)

Shutter...  :o , I prefer to avoid thinking of Noory, Tommy, and "position," all together.

Noary just has dumbass disease is all. No need to worry folks.

Every several weeks or so, the question of Jorch possibly having a common mental affliction seems to come-up, understandably.  I believe you're pretty close to the most accurate description, General.   I've called it "Nooryitis" and several others have termed it as "Nooryopathy," I believe.   Your assessment, General, would be pretty close to the definition for Jorch's affliction, whatever you want to call it.

Politics / Re: Time to consider "Worst Administration Ever"?
« on: May 23, 2013, 12:40:30 PM »
The biggest question of Benghazi is just where was the Commander-in-Chief after punting the ball to Leon and Hillary.  We know exactly where and what he was up to during the Osama take-down, photos and everything.  They made a nice little PR spin out of that situation.  Why the lack of detail about the POTUS's location and activity during the Benghazi burn down?  Can we doubt that if there was anything positive at all to report about his role with Benghazi, we'd have a minute-to-minute account, photos and all?  Was he literally asleep at the wheel?  Far from being "irrelevant," to have the POTUS doing a Waldo is most relevant.

     I just sent George an email suggesting a remedy (I just made something up) for his fungus problem.  During the news segment he got squeamish reading a fungus story and later that hour someone called in about his "fungus problem" and he stated emphatically, "I don't have a fungus problem."  ....
Live Video Chat with George Noory 3/13/12
Fungus problem?

Jorch doesn't have a fungus problem?  Then what's that of top of his head?   Instead of "Carrot Top," it's "Fungus Field."

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Art Bell
« on: May 21, 2013, 10:32:49 PM »
I speak as an expert since I took a total of two sociology courses in college.,,,,

Hahahaha.... works for me.  ;D

Random Topics / Re: Random awesome things on your mind. Post them.
« on: May 21, 2013, 10:30:34 PM »
The Hummingbirds have arrived !

Hahahaha.... for real?  I was in Sierra Vista, AZ several years back.  Sierra Vista is the hummingbird capital of the U.S.   I'd never seen so many hummers in my life.  The surrounding canyons were swarmed with every kind of hummer you could imagine!

Random Topics / Re: HAARP and the storms in Oklahoma.
« on: May 21, 2013, 10:25:33 PM »
In another coincidence, back during the '99 F5 there, we missed it by just one day.  We were stationed up at Fort Riley, KS, and had just gotten orders for Fort Sill, OK, and we were house hunting down there.  Made it home to find a tornado outbreak up in Kansas, and the big one hit OK the next day.  We still own a house down there and have friends and old neighbors there, so yesterday was pretty stressful.

The funny thing is that when I was passing through Moore, I wondered why, even for OK there seemed to be a lack of trees in the area.  I guess a few F5 tornadoes takes care of that.

Random Topics / Re: HAARP and the storms in Oklahoma.
« on: May 21, 2013, 11:04:22 AM »
I was on a road trip last year and remember stopping in Moore, OK for gas.  I pulled out my records out of curiosity.  Exactly one year ago to the day from yesterday, I was standing at a gas station on 19th St. and I-35 in Moore, OK.  If I'd been at that location yesterday, I'd have been just to the south of that monster.

Random Topics / Re: HAARP and the storms in Oklahoma.
« on: May 21, 2013, 10:13:21 AM »
Such a devastating tragedy.  Moore, OK looks like it's not only in Tornado Alley but it's on a Tornado Freeway.

Paths of 1999, 2003, and 2013 Moore tornadoes:

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Been Gone for a While
« on: May 20, 2013, 09:05:56 PM »
Where did the moniker "Jorch" originate? I've been away from this board for a while and need to know. Ridiculing Snoory is a pleasure of mine. I love George because he is splendidly incompetent!

I'm thinking maybe it was from Paper*Boy?  I'm not sure myself but got a laugh the first time I saw it.   "Jorch Nooree," sounds to me pretty close phonetically to the way 'ol "Jorch" spits out his name.

Oh, and welcome back.  "Jorch Nooree" still sucks.

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Art Bell
« on: May 20, 2013, 12:08:19 PM »
I can't think of one person, celebrity or otherwise, that I'd spend 15 dollars to talk to. Waste of money.

Meanwhile, Noory wants $92.81 plus a service charge for his Vancouver wing-ding.  Granted, it's "VIP gold circle seating, with the chance to meet Jorch's friends, like Tommy-boy, and Stand up finger food! ;D ::),4229.0.html

If this event wasn't for real, I'd think I was on the "George Noory and groupies" thread.

I know I haven't missed "THAT" ^^^^^^ the last two, soon to be, three nights!!!  :o

My point is, those figures are on their face simply incredible, because were they accurate everything you propose would have been done eons ago. 85%, of whoever the number was actually taken from, is a massive, game-changing, immediate-response majority. That's the kind of figure that gets things done today. It's the 800-pound gorilla, a tsunami, the true Irresistible Force. That is why I know it doesn't exist.

BTW, it's pretty funny that I don't like to cross swords with you for the very same reason. It's too damn much work, and it makes my head hurt to think that hard. What it feels like to see strong posts put up by folks with a sharply differing point of view is that I'm outnumbered, alone, cut off, and that I have a duty to, uh, make everyone see the perfect logic of my position. I suspect I'm not alone in that though.

I greatly enjoy your thoughtful and well-written analyses, Sardondi.  It probably helps that most of the time I agree with your positions.

One thing I've observed with the advent of the internet and the opportunity to see different but anonymous viewpoints is my assessment that no matter how well-reasoned, logical, and factual arguments may be, I rarely see another person's basic viewpoint changed.  It's one reason, over the years, I've greatly decreased my discourse on-line concerning anything related to politics.  It's interesting to note there definitely do seem to be two major, fairly distinct groups of political opinions, though.  Call it conservative and liberal, left and right, libertarian and statist, whatever.  Why is this the case, I wonder?  Regardless, it seems to be rare for one to cross from one side to the other, regardless of the arguments from the other side.  It would seem more likely for an apple to become an orange.  If there's anything I've learned from the internet, it is this assessment.

It is comforting to see some consensus on one topic, though, if nothing else than to have a distraction from the frustration of the above.  George Noory sucks!

yeah the middle initial "G" stood for Gilligan  :D

Ha!  And right before his "little buddy" was a beatnik, The Skipper was an engineer, a train engineer, "Casey Jones."  Woooo......Woooo!

Until I went looking for "Maynard G. Krebs," I'd forgotten it was "Gilligan."  ;D

Radio and Podcasts / Re: John B. Wells
« on: May 19, 2013, 02:46:53 PM »
I noticed last night Wells added to his "mothership" metaphor by labeling his phone lines for callers "astrolines" - like saying lets go now to astroline #3 :D



Random Topics / Re: Favorite Movie Line ?
« on: May 19, 2013, 12:26:12 PM »
Politically incorrect but what the hey, when you're stupid, you're stupid.  ;)

"I didn't know they gave out rings at the Holocaust."


That would be acceptable if there were a 19.5 inch all bologna Richard C. Hoagie and an Alex Jones Bacon and Marlboro Cheeseburger.

... and a "freshly-rolled Mary Jane Burrito, with special J.B. Wells buzz sauce."

Random Topics / Re: Favorite Movie Line ?
« on: May 19, 2013, 09:54:20 AM »
Ya know, back in the day I never watched it..I think. What a good movie though.
It is a shame youtube is now charging 3 kardashiansbucks to watch the full version. Thought that was a bit fucked up. Guess it's time to find it on disk.
I suggest you all watch They Live. It's what 80s movies were all about, and has one of the highest accredited fight scenes in movie history as well.

Edited to add:
Rowdy Roddy Piper is just kick fucking ass

Right on.  Unfortunately, it probably "goes over the head" of a lot of people.  They just see it as some kooky, alien-sci-fi movie and miss the overall commentary on human nature and society.   "... but what does this have to do with the Kardashians???"  ::)


.......Customers who viewed this item also viewed The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis the complete series.  :o

The reputation of Dobie Gillis has been tarnished.

Hahahaha...Not groovy, man.

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