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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert
« on: Today at 09:17:14 PM »
Teddy Roosevelt had I believe 2 son's fight in WWI. One Kermit was a fighter pilot and was killed. Hell, TR was a vet and Medal of Honor winner as a Rough Rider, Spanish and American war. He wanted to re-enlist and fight in WWI, but was denied by Wilson. Geo. W Bush was a fighter pilot of F-106 and served as an interceptor pilot in the Cold War yrs in the Texas Air National Guard. Daddy Bush was the youngest Naval Aviator in WW2. Shot down twice as a dive bomber pilot. Some of these entire units were 100% or close to it in that war...very dangerous job. Vice President Pence has a son I believe in combat as a Marine right now.
There has been a long tradion of Presidents and family fighting in the US Armed Forces. From George Washington who was a officer in the Virginia Militia/British Army and fought against the French in the French and Indian war. Of course the 2 Kennedy's Joe jr. USAAC died testing the "bunker buster" bomb as a Pilot in WW2 as well as JFK PT boat co in the Pacific, also almost killed and sustained life long back injury. Daddy Joe sr was Amb to the UK and very rich and powerful. So he could have protected either or both. Joe jr was the son he was grooming and hoped would be President. Andrew Jasckson, war of 1812. Lincoln also was active in fights against the Indians as a Militia member, Truman was an Artillery Capt in combat ww1. FDR had polio and needed heavy braces and wheel chair so he was out. Lincoln had I think two sons in the Civil war, one lived one died. TR's brother or youngest son was a Brig. Gen and fought in the US Army. He was a very sick man but made Ike give him permission to fight and landed in D-Day to liberate Europe. He was attached to Patton's Army and died from the strain of his weak heart. Of course we know about Ike, he fought as MacArthur's chief of staff and co allied forces in WW2. The USA has a very long and storied History of future President's in the Military, Nixon, Reagan, Ford & Carter just in modern times. Tyler, Mexican/American war and many others in post and even pre antebellum times. Even CSA president Jefferson Davis, (US Civil War) was a soldier and West Point Grad. As have many of their children and family. Could they have ducked it sure, did they, no! Many fought and died on forigen soil...not to conquer but liberate. Some Presidents didn't have Sons or they were either to old or too young or no wars. I believe Ike's son was in the Navy and was married to Nixon's daughter. I'm doing this from memory so I am leaving some out.

As for William and Harry they were in combat. William as a rescue chopper pilot. Harry I believe flew Apache attack helios and served over 10 yrs. Many British royals have fought in combat for as long as the empire was around. A decision was made that in Afghanistan Harry was too exposed and recalled. Imagine if he was shot down and captured? But those two are not pussy's at all.

Trivia??
What is the last name on their uniforms and dog tags etc as they do not have real last names as royals?...............…..........Windsor!

We're talking about the modern world. 

It probably wasn't a great idea during those earlier times either, but at least there wasn't the instant communication world wide we now have.  Having high value targets on the battlefield are a liability, period.  Think about the headache of dealing with the results of the Taliban capturing Harry.  Being highly aware of this, I would guess the planners kept the possibility of that happening to the absolute minimum, which in itself would require planning and resources that could have otherwise gone to actually fighting the enemy.

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert
« on: Today at 09:02:08 PM »
Don't Heather and Airyn have legal standing to sue if someone is defaming his legacy, especially to the extent of the last 24 hours? It could cause them financial losses and emotional distress. Heck, even Premiere could get pissed because they still make a little change off Somewhere In Time. I think you know what happens when you mess with them.

Not an attorney, but I believe Airyn could sue on behalf of the estate.  Heather's claims of being his legacy are meaningless BS, Airyn ought to sue her for using his name commercially without permission.

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert
« on: Today at 08:49:00 PM »
I agree with you dsz
I'm new here but i'm ready to drop bellgab, it was a good three weeks but the way the conversation has gone, i need a dump button. 
Boring gossip and lies, i expect better.  Art wasn't perfect but who is?   No wonder he quit broadcasting.  I think the whiners should go over to George Noory.  He's nice and safe.
 RIP Art.

We're just bored, waiting for Heater to re-emerge

RIP Art.  To shreads

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert
« on: Today at 01:25:29 PM »
Ah not so fast...there were contracts.

And professional pride?

Likely.

Where would the scumbags be if they didn't have people making excuses for them, and women who would sleep with them anyway

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Today at 01:17:13 PM »
... I wonder how welcome we'd be in the UK running our big 'ol Murican mouths?

It would of course depend on whether or not they were following either a jihadi agenda or not, or an EU agenda or not.  Folks like Michael Savage have been banned from there for telling the truth

Here in the US this was all fine, free speech and all, until people like Yorkie insisted that foreigners shouldn't be making comments involving our process, or be involved in any way.  In fact we have a special prosecutor who is supposed to be investigating that very thing (but isn't).  Maybe he meant unless they were clearly on the side of the progressive fascists.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Today at 12:12:40 PM »
You have a major obsession with Trump, an unnatural and largely projectionist act to service.

Hey, you made me change my vote for the mid terms ---NOT!

Lol @U!

Yorkie hates liars, yet doesn't mind a bit when his media sources are shown to have lied to him on nearly everything of importance.  He's a stickler for the law and the Constitution, yet can't point to laws broken by Trump or demonstrate where he's exceeded his Constitutional authority and seems fine with Obama and his team having done so routinely - even Kerry's gross violation of the Logan Act in trying to undermine a sitting president dealing with our enemy Iran two weeks ago continues to go uncommented on.

He's the BG poster boy for why foreigners shouldn't be interfering in our electoral process.

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert
« on: Today at 11:58:27 AM »
Would not be my choice of words but you have accurately expressed the undercurrent of many loyal fans that are now emotionally devastated by all the recent revelations.

Emotionally devastated?  Seriously?

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert
« on: Today at 11:57:45 AM »
Where does it show HLW was lying about just moving into the compound and she has been there since 2016? I am very upset about learning about Arts past. before it was vague but now their are details.. i'm upset!!!!!!! I'm mad!! tootsie w

Not me.  His contempt for his listeners and refusal to take responsibility for his actions showed itself in the excuses he made for quitting DM, and were confirmed with the way he quit MITD.  All he had to say in both cases was after putting a toe in the water, he realized didn't want to do it anymore.

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert
« on: Today at 11:45:31 AM »
The more I think about it, if I were Keith and Dave I would change the name of MITD.

Mostly because who cares what the name of the show is. There is a ton of drama about nonsense. Really who cares what the name of the show is?  The Dark of Night or something.

The song itself is boring, so no reason to tie the name of the show to that.

I think if I were Keith, at this point the offer to Heater would be to license her to use the name of the show - in exchange for her to apologize for her comments towards Keith; for her and Lasha to refrain from mentioning anything related to Keith, the DM Network, or Shraeder going forward; and a message to tell her fans to do the same, as needed.  Let her fade into obscurity and disappear

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Today at 04:03:37 AM »
I caught a little bit of Levin's show Friday.

His suggestion is when Muller finally wraps up his shit show, that Trump do two things. 

One is to bypass Sessions*, and appoint one of the US attorneys get to the bottom of what went on in the Obama Administration with the spying, false FISA Court warrants, etc - that those in the various government agencies which were being used to interfere in the elections on behalf of the party in power need to be held to account:  Jake Tapper, Samantha Powers, Susan Rice, Brennan, Comey, Mueller, Obama himself, and about 8 or 10 others. 

A US attorney can call a grand jury, subpoena witnesses, and issue indictments.  This week we find out the Administration planted a spy in the Trump campaign.  No doubt Moller and the fake news media will ignore that and busy themselves with more strippers.   

The second suggestion is to appoint a commission of former office holders to determine what changes need to be made at these agencies to ensure future administrations don't do the same.



* What the hell is the matter with Jeff Sessions, anyway?  Cowardice, incompetence, some misguided idea of decorum when it comes to ''bipartisanship'', over-caution in the extreme?  Was he a secret ''never Trumper'', did his fee-fees get hurt when Trump attacked him on Twitter, is he just part of the swamp who pretended to be a conservative his whole career, is he worried his friends will get caught up in the net? 

Whatever it is, he ought to step aside and let someone else come in and do the job.  Either which way, Trump needs to bypass him and appoint one of the US attorneys to run point on this issue.


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Got it.  Guess it might be fozzy cat but..............

Perhaps a marmot has taken up residence in Falkie's apartment. 

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Could all of those books and movies about the occult in and of themselves be an "invitation" for these evil spirits infesting George's apartment?

Is that where they would choose to hang out?  Is that how he got Kathy?

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 08:06:51 AM »
I tend to not post links, because the people who need to read them are more interested in bias confirmation than fact-finding, but since we're lectured on the Constitution by those who alternately think it's either an outdated relic to be discarded, or a document to be badly misinterpreted then strictly adhered to when it suits them, here's what a real Constitutional lawyer* thinks of Mr Muller's conduct.

https://www.wsj.com/articles/muellers-investigation-crosses-the-legal-line-1526233750?mod=djcm_OBV1_092216&utm_source=taboola&utm_medium=referral 



* Most of the so-called Constitutional lawyers in academia, media, the bureaucracy, and unfortunately on the bench, spend their time trying to convince people it means something other than what it says.  Their time is spent looking for ways to undermine it, ignore it, weaken it, get around it, etc.  Exhibit A is Berock Obama - no one was ever more brazen in doing so.  Special mention are these fake judges trying to usurp presidential authority because they don't agree with Trump on policy

A real Constitutional lawyer reads what it says, considers the meaning behind it, and tries to apply it to the issues of the day as best he or she can.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 07:41:00 AM »
I think this is the sort of drivel Pud reads, when it comes to Trump and the ''destruction of the alliance''.

Very alarmist premise, with Trump supposedly doing everything he can to break up the relationship, the grownups running Europe worrying that the breech may be permanent, public opinion hating Trump and America.  Yet when we read it what do we find?  We find they liked Obama and don't like Trump.  Followed by the same specious blather - with a European twist - we hear from our own Fake News Media

http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/as-tensions-with-trump-deepen-europe-wonders-if-america-is-lost-for-good/ar-AAxw4Je?li=BBnb7Kz&ocid=ASUDHP 

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert
« on: Yesterday at 07:28:23 AM »
... Vincent has great voice. He sounds very sincere,genuine. Very likable.

He's the anti-Heater!

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert
« on: May 19, 2018, 11:40:41 PM »
Guess what else Magic Mart and Heather have in common...

I bet you can't...

It's... a bad website! Enjoy...

http://www.magicmartstores.com/


They don't believe in magic anymore either

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert
« on: May 19, 2018, 11:10:55 PM »
Can everyone stop sucking MVs dick? K thanxs.

Tired of waiting in line?

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert
« on: May 19, 2018, 11:09:41 PM »
That almost your entire rant is incorrect we can take as read. And Harry has done two tours of Afghanistan as an officer in his regiment...remind me again who the last POTUS was who had their child go to war? Roughly...

It's a really bad idea, considering the ramifications if the child of a high government official were to be captured and held hostage.  Killing one would do wonders for the enemy's recruiting and morale.

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert
« on: May 19, 2018, 11:07:42 PM »
Also .. the royal family generates about £500 million in tourism in the UK but only costs each UK taxpayer about 65 pence (the cost of a stamp) a year.

How is that calculated?  Does it take into consideration the money the royal family ''earns'' on their holdings, or example, or the total value? 

''Hey, we own half the country, and you peasants get to pay us 65c each in addition to everything we own and earn on it''.  That about right?

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert
« on: May 19, 2018, 11:03:09 PM »
What with the weird yet elaborate hats?

Pud, do you have any of these monstrosities to wear for various formal occasions?

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: The GabCast (A podcast about BellGab)
« on: May 19, 2018, 10:40:44 PM »
So who was the caller that followed PBS?

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert
« on: May 19, 2018, 10:33:53 PM »
Redacted is still the best name for the show imo. Shoehorning 'midnight' into is meh.

She's militantly unoriginal

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert
« on: May 19, 2018, 10:21:25 PM »
May I have your attention please?
May I have your attention please?
Will the real MV please stand up?
I repeat will the real MV please stand up?
We're going to have a problem here
Y'all act like you never seen a doosh before
Jaws all on the floor like Lash and Heater just burst in the door
It's the return of the "Oh wait, no way, your kidding,
She didn't just say what I think she did, did she?"
And Dr Dre said
Nothing you idiots Dr Dre's dead, he's locked in my basement (ha ha)
Feminist women love Eminem, chicka chicka chicka, MV I'm sick of him
Look at him, walkin' around, grabbin' his you-know-what
Flippin' the you-know-who," "Yeah, but he's so cute though."…

[Hook]
I'm MV, yes, I'm the real MV
All you other MVs are just imitating
So won't the real MV please stand up
Please stand up, please stand up?...


[Outro]
Ha ha, I guess there’s an MV in all of us
Fuck it, let’s all stand up!

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert
« on: May 19, 2018, 06:52:27 PM »
Good question. Omg you guys think the gab cast guest could be Airyn?

That's my guess

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert
« on: May 19, 2018, 06:39:03 PM »
That must be why Lasha's not on Fakebook showin' her tits.

Please keep in mind some of us are eating while we're reading this

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert
« on: May 19, 2018, 06:31:20 PM »
Yes I realize that. But not one dime to a network that carries her. Not one dime of my money ever again in her pocket. See Keith gets a cut which means it is still supporting someone who is supporting her. Fuck that....

Exactly.

Also, I think Keith's offer was made when she was simply not reporting to work, not allowing a fill in, and was pretending to be too grief stricken to work.  Now that she's shown her intent was to leave, she and her stooges have relentlessly attacked him (including suggesting a forensic audit is in order to uncover fraud), he'd be a fool to have her back.  The offer is surely off the table.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: May 19, 2018, 06:13:17 PM »
One president spent years studying the Constitution, looking for ways to exploit it, undermine it, and go around it.  At which he excelled once in office.  Another president was busy working in the real world and didn't have a solid grasp of some of the finer points - much like most Americans, and obviously most foreigners.  He's learned a great deal since taking the job.

Guess which one Pud rails against - they guy undermining it in order to advance the radical Left, or the guy doing his best for the country

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: May 19, 2018, 06:08:30 PM »
The crucially obvious question here is, "Why isn't the porn star being charged with blackmail and extortion?" The answer, of course, is that the whole fucking thing never happened and it is all a prime distraction--as is evidenced by which of you fucking monkey fuckheads pay any attention to it.

I only pay attention to it when some idiot brings it up as ''proof'' of something or other - which then needs to be corrected and refuted

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: May 19, 2018, 06:03:25 PM »

You know don't you that not declaring the funds paid to her during the campaign is illegal?...

Um, actually it's not.  Funds spent by a candidate out of his own pocket or by other on his behalf that are not related to the campaign are not reported.  As tis wasn't an expense necessary to the campaign, it wasn't reportable.  That's what a former head of the Federal Elections Committee said in the NY Times Op-Ed piece recently.  What would have been illegal was if the payment to her was paid from campaign funds.  Since it was not a campaign expense, it's not an unreported contribution.

I'd look up the column and link it for you, but it wouldn't matter.  You'd just bring it up all over again in a few days as if you never saw it.

I realize any attack on Trump, any lie, is applauded in certain quarters.  Truth doesn't matter.  It's especially celebrated when it's a lie about something as technical and detailed as campaign funding - what's in, what's out, what's reportable, what isn't. 

The more confusing, the less the average person knows about it, the more self satisfied the liars out to get Trump are when they decide to throw more mud.  As I've said before, please be sure your information is correct before foolishly passing it along.  Again, it amazes me you aren't infuriated about constantly being lied to by your ''news'' sources.


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I advise anyone visiting Falkie to approach with caution.  At any given time there could be a naked Kathy locked out outside his door

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