Show Posts

This section allows you to view all posts made by this member. Note that you can only see posts made in areas you currently have access to.

Topics - nika01

Pages: [1]
Radio and Podcasts / Think this is real? C2C producer speaks
« on: October 21, 2013, 06:16:04 PM »

Apparently from a producer at C2C. Cannot vouch for authenticity, but it sure does seem to be in character.

Archive of Old Threads / Idiot Savants
« on: June 03, 2009, 08:10:13 PM »
Michael's' new photo reminded me of a new topic, idiot savants. It is a topic that I don't believe I have ever heard on C2C.

Does anyone know if this was covered on C2C or some other, perhaps more reliable source?

I recall seeing a 60 minutes episode many moons ago that was truly fascinating.

Radio and Podcasts / George the Physician Bitch Session
« on: May 21, 2009, 08:52:40 PM »
I listened to the program on May 19th until I became too ill to continue.

I would really like to know what qualifies Noory to comment on cancer research. He seems to think it is a fact that pharmaceutical companies are conspiring to keep a cure for cancer hidden. Seems to think sea salt and hydrogen peroxide will cure cancer but the evil drug companies wont release the info.

He also seems to think that it is ridiculous for the government to regulate supplements, as if they are not drugs.

All I can say is this.... He is a stupid fucking moron. The guest he had that night is a stupid fucking moron, and the network that puts these idiots on the air are stupid fucking morons.

I am all better now... thanks.

Paranormal - Conspiracy - UFOs - Etc. / Hancock over the top
« on: May 08, 2009, 10:12:51 PM »
I really enjoyed how Hancock managed to blurt out a series of run-on sentences, not allowing Noory to get a word in edgewise. When he did manage to interrupt a point Hancock was trying to make, it didnt  succeed. Too bad all of Noory's guests cant man handle him in this way.

What became tedious for me was how Hancock seemed to think we all need to rush out and get lit on vegetables from the rain forest. Last thing I want in my neighborhood are a bunch of Hoosiers on psychedelic drugs racing their pickups around while talking to their dead relatives on their CB's.

Seemed like Graham was on the old methamphetamine or way too many freaking latte's. Reminded me of a woodpecker trying to get a bug out of a tree.

He has done a lot of interesting research, however, I would like to see what his perspective is in about 20 years when he shifts out of warp drive and goes though detox.

Archive of Old Threads / C2C Image Blues
« on: April 21, 2009, 08:20:01 PM »
Just noticed that wherever you go on the "new" web page, you have to look at Noory. Isnt there a law against things like this. Didnt the Bama outlaw torture recently?

Seriously, this is what is wrong with the whole C2C concept, it has degenerated into misguided hero worship. Either its the host,the guest, or the fucking advertisers.

Maybe its just wishful thinking, but what I really hope for is a more serious minded approach to topics that sometimes appear on C2C. No stupid hosts, no stupid advertising, and no stupid guests. Whether the idiots that run C2C realize it or not, they are playing right into the hands of the skeptic crowd. Hell, anyone can see the fucking carnival atmosphere they have created. I am actually ashamed to admit that I listen to C2C because of this.

Paranormal - Conspiracy - UFOs - Etc. / Ehrman, Ian and Little else
« on: April 19, 2009, 03:57:07 PM »
What an incredible waste of time. This show could have been good if the host would have asked any insightful, meaningful questions, and if the guest would not have restricted the questions in the first place.

I am just speechless (almost) how bad this show was. There was so much that could have been discussed, but instead they chose to engage in mental masturbation for 3 hours.

Questions like why Ehrman really quit christianity, why Judas isnt a saint, why reincarnation is excluded from so called christianity, etc, etc.

In the words of Dennis Miller.... weak cheese .

Pages: [1]