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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: May 06, 2018, 11:17:44 AM »
Not remotely true. You're in an information vacuum.

Given that Comey did not raid Cohen, please give a specific example of something Comey has done that makes him crooked or unethical...

You think Comey is the special investigator, but I'm the one in an information vacuum.  Shit that's funny.

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert With Heather Wade
« on: May 06, 2018, 03:24:37 AM »
Midnight in the Desert with Poopy McStinkypants.

Tommy's never going to get his shot, is he?

Is it because he's fat?

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: May 06, 2018, 03:10:58 AM »
because it's not just the government that has become corrupt.

Part of it is they've been indoctrinated into believing the business world is nothing but evil, greedy, and corrupt, while government is comprised of selfless public servants doing their best for the greater good.  The crooks and others with poor ethics and morals in the private sector are played up by media, and those in government are downplayed and ignored. 

It's never pointed out by those outlets that government is mostly bloated, incredibly wasteful, ineffective, unresponsive, heavy handed, and intrusive, while the jobs, goods, and services we want and need - not to mention tax revenue - are provided by the private sector.  It doesn't matter.  It doesn't fit the narrative.  Trump must be bad, and Hilary Clinton must be good.


Pud's wife works at the California DMV, one of the most incompetent, fucked up organizations in the country.  It's an agency that the other fucked up agencies make jokes about.  It's unlikely someone spending a career there has had much on the job exposure to efficiency and good decision making.  Yet he posted recently that she would be a terrific person to fix the world's problems. 

Maybe she would, but somehow the irony of that was completely lost on him.  (We should probably cut him some slack on that though, I'm guessing the incompetent fucked up government agencies in the UK make our incompetent fucked up agencies look like models of efficiency).

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You can hear the acceptance in his voice now...he even is telling people in the chat to stop calling him master, saying he's talented, etc. Clearly a lot of convincing going on behind the scenes all these years... masterful really.

Whether the thought holds or not, it would be a great ending to Falkie, the Movie.  Realization creeps slowly across his face, as the image fades to black. 

Holding open the possibility for a sequel



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New, Disturbing Leaks....
=================================

I have deleted ALL 43,000+ emails in my personal mailbox as it was  getting impossible to find anything
I have apologized to billy joe mulgarvey
If you sent me anything important, it's gone

given that only $20 has come in and most of my viewers are unwilling or just too cheap to help support my channel financially with casg or car food help. I am seriously considering STOPPING creating new videos after Alien Con
the old ones will stay up but I see little reason to take my time to create new ones so people who are unappreciative or selfish or stingy or cheap or whatever the description is, remain non supportive.
despite what the haters think and those who do not even watch mu videos, what I do IS work.
It takes up my time, money, energy and has sapped my health at times

Thanks to all who have donated in the past


There have been some great pranks played on Falkie, apparently The Most Trollable Man In The World, but the ongoing long game where they've convinced him he has talent and to stay with it, that it will pay off in donations and a lucrative career if given enough time has to be recognized and given it's rightful due.

Long ago I asked him what it was that he thought people liked about his videos (given they were so tacky and he put so little effort into doing them, or even learning how to use the equipment), and he said he didn't know.

Yet he plugged on, believing he was going to make it someday.  Beautiful.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: May 06, 2018, 12:42:17 AM »
What truly astonishes me are the people who support those trying to create, and continue building, a massive unaccountable bureaucracy.  It took us 10,000 years to throw off top down repressive military dictatorships (in all their various forms) and create a free society where we the people are free from government compulsion and intrusion, other than the few rules we agree to abide by for the good of everyone.

Yet here we see posts by people like Pud, Analogue Kid, and others everyday doing their utmost to convince us to throw away our freedoms and go back to the past.  Supporting the very worst people who have wormed their way into the highest levels of government - people who have no real accomplishments (people who have no real accomplishments inside government, and have never even held positions outside it), people who don't really have any good (or even new) ideas on dealing with problems, people who have long since proven their incompetence - and who've shown themselves to be corrupt and interested only in greed and power.  All the while they and the craven politicians they support showing their contempt for the rest of us. 

I don't get it.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: May 06, 2018, 12:32:26 AM »
We've heard much about how FaceBook was used by Trump associates to glean information on groups of voters, and how beyond the pale that was.  Does everyone understand that Obama did much the same in 2008 and was praised for his internet / social media awareness?

It amazes me the way the activities of politicians are portrayed, based on Party and how compliant they are to globalism, Big Government, and the swamp

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: May 06, 2018, 12:25:04 AM »
PS, ask yourself why the special prosecutor has no interest in investigating Russian contacts with the Hilary Clinton campaign.  There is actual evidence for that, starting with the fake dossier SHE paid for that started this while thing off by giving Obama something to base his phony FISA warrant applications on.

Where is the FISA judge bringing these miscreants back into court and demanding answers?  Oh, right, they went judge shopping for just the right person, as usual.

That Muller is focused on things like Stormy Davis and has no interest in that should tell anyone all they need to know.  Doesn't matter though, right?

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: May 06, 2018, 12:20:46 AM »
As more scandals are presenting themselves, Mueller is adding them to his portfolio. It doesn't make him crooked. It means he's doing his job. By law he has to follow through on any legal infractions he uncovers. Mueller, incidentally, is the one who's draining the swamp.

First off, more scandals are NOT presenting themselves, more completely baseless accusations are presenting themselves. 

Second, the special prosecutor has no legal authority to add to his own portfolio.  So yeah, it does make him crooked.  This office occupies a place outside the Constitution, that he is even digging in areas beyond his mandate is unethical.  Even if you don't care about Trump or ethics, consider the precedent and damage to Constitutional law this is doing. 

But you don't care - as long as Trump is distracted from implementing the agenda he was elected to do, and maybe even removed, that's what matters, right?  And the signal it sends to any other non-politician thinking of running is another plus, right?  Or anyone else who threatens the swamp.

As far as the swamp, the Democrat Party is the swamp.  Along with the Establishment DC Republicans.  You know, the folks you are siding with. 

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: May 05, 2018, 11:44:26 PM »
... And Kenneth Starr's initial investigation was about Whitewater.

Yes, it was.  And as more scandals presented themselves they were formally added to his portfolio, rather than appoint additional special prosecutors. 

Whereas Muller has taken it upon himself to go beyond his stated task, and even head into territory Sessions didn't recuse himself from.  I.e., usurping the role of AG.  At long last, I hope to see him answering for everything he's done, along with the rest of his crooked cronies.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: May 05, 2018, 11:37:29 PM »

Possibly, because Trump had previously said on AF1 he knew nothing about it...When Cohen is questioned it will be interesting to hear how he answers the question "Was Trump aware you paid Stormy Daniels when you did so?"

Hey, you accused Obama of misdeeds and Clinton too, yet you give Trump a pass for possible money laundering, corruption, aiding and abetting an adversarial country and possible tax fraud... Surely you want him to have his name cleared after a full investigation, right?

Usually people present evidence in addition to random accusations.  I haven't heard or seen any.  Pretty hard to miss, but somehow the standards seem to differ based along party lines.

When Clinton and Obama crimes are pointed out, they are pretty specific. 

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: May 05, 2018, 11:35:32 PM »
Presumably then the activities of Pruitt, Mnuchin, Price before them, Carson et al, are feathering their and their pre election buddies nests with the full sanction of Trump, who if we remember was going to drain the swamp? And they all swear an oath to the Constitution, not the POTUS. An Oath that Trump has committed perjury on several times, by dint that he lies on average five times a day .

This is borderline gibberish. 

The question was what laws has he broken, and where has he gone beyond his Constitutional authority since he was elected.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: May 05, 2018, 11:32:31 PM »
You realise don't you that the permanent members of the UN security council: China, UK, France, USA, Russia; Plus Germany, plus the EU as a whole, mapped out the deal with Iran.. NOT just Obama. If you can be bothered (but you won't be), you can look at the details yourself. As it stands the arrangement means Iran has funds that were seized returned, in exchange they are bound by the treaty not to undertake nuclear weapon development for at least ten years from the signing. Inspections can happen at anytime by any member or all member countries of the SC...

The reason Netanyahu (Currently facing corruption charges, who knew eh?) has come out with yesterdays crap is to provoke Trump (Remember, all world politicians know now to say stuff that he will like if they want to get their way) to push for the tearing up of the deal reached...

What will happen if that happens is Iran will no longer be bound by treaty, will no longer have to comply (And yes, they are complying, it's in their interests to) give Israel the finger and have no restrictions.. Netanyahu is banking that Trump will use the US military to bomb the shit out of Iran and in their view eliminate their immediate threat. That it would drag the entire Middle East into the precursor for Armageddon is neither here nor there for Netanyahu.

This is too much to respond to point by point, so I'll just respond in general.

Obama and SecState Kerry are idiots at best, traitors at worst.  And closer to the latter than the former.  Iran was given everything they wanted upfront, with promises given in return.  Promises that were full of holes they had no intention of following.

The main thing was the lifting of the sanctions.  Obama said they could be put back in place.  No they can't.  It took decades of negotiation and arm twisting to get as many countries in agreement on as many issues as there were when these two shit-heels undid everything.  Foreign governments - with their deficit spending and addiction to exports - were very reluctant to cut trade ties.  As ere our own American farmers and industry.  Once that egg is cracked, once the flow of military use hardware flows back in, it's almost impossible to ''snap them back into place''.

As far as the deal going forward, many bases are off limits to inspections period.  For others they require weeks long notice.  We don't even know what was in the side deals with the inspectors, but I doubt it's good given the secrecy.  And worst of all, the ''deal'' doesn't even address the ICBM development.  Some deal, huh?

Eight long years of that dupe.  What a fool.  Frankly, We ought to break the deal, dictate terms, and tell foreign military suppliers to get out because we're going to set their development plans back ourselves unless they do it immediately.  And arrest BO and JK




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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: May 05, 2018, 11:20:59 PM »

But you're fine with the USA supplying weapons to countries that other countries would see as adversaries? Or say, adversarial countries supplying countries to say Syria? If you really think conventional weaponry is in plain sight and everyone is happy, I have a beach chateau in Switzerland to sell you...Get away from blaming Obama for the world's ills.  If you were more balanced you might be taken seriously.

I'm for the US doing what's in the interests of our country (first), and in the interests of our allies, trading partners, and free navigation in international waters and airspace (second). 

And that means supplying weapons to certain nations, and doing our best to cut off access to weapons (developed or purchased) to certain other nations or thug groups. 

You really have a question about that?

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: May 05, 2018, 11:17:30 PM »
You don't know what you're talking about. Obama didn't send Iran billions in cash...They had funds returned that had been seized (In other words it was Iran's money)...

Yes, Obama returned Iranian assets that were seized.  Which are now being used to fund more terrorism and continue funding destabilization of the region.  Which is why the funds were frozen in the first place, by a president who had our best interests at heart and not Iran's.

And yes, in addition to returning those funds, additional pallets of cash were sent to Iran above and beyond the frozen assets.  Ostensibly to tide them over between the time the ungratified treaty was struck and the time it took to get them fully reintegrated into the world's financial system.  None of which should have happened.

A foolish deal by a foolhardy president and foolhardy Secretary of State.  At best.  Based on what we've seen of these two over their careers, it's more likely intentional treason.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: May 05, 2018, 11:08:47 PM »
Giuliani says Trump reimbursed Cohen the $130k paid to Stormy Daniels.
Oops.

Well, so what?  Is there a crime in there somewhere?

Let's see, which is a greater danger to the nation - Trump lied about or didn't recall some payment or timeline, or a special prosecutor charged with looking into Russian interference in our election using that as a blank check to go through everything the US president was ever involved in, with the goal of blocking the agenda he was elected to implement and destroy his presidency?

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: May 05, 2018, 10:58:03 PM »
I don't doubt YOU will..

Dictatorships through the centuries ensured their authority was unassailable.. Stephen Miller himself said that Trump's authority won't be questioned. Because dictators aren't questioned unless those doing the questioning want to be thrown in jail for decades, or worse.. See Putin, Kim Jong Un..

That will be problematic, because Trump thinks the military, the Justice Dept, Congress, and the Senate are his personal property...

Dictatorship?  What on earth are you talking about?

You do realize that the Executive Branch answers to the President of the United States, right?  And that Trump is now president?  That the president appoints those in decision making positions.  That the cabinet secretaries report to the president.  That the president determines priorities.  You are aware of all this, right?  Because you seem confused by it

I'd like to know what part of this you don't quite understand, because we could probably explain it to you.  To hear you tell it, Obama could do anything he liked regardless of Constitutional or legal limits, but Trump has no authority to do anything.  Perhaps that's something you'd care to explain. 

It's a clever (not really) bit of sophistry to say things like the Justice Department doesn't belong to Trump.  Except no one said it does, and it isn't being treated that way.  If it were, most of DC would be under indictment.  Which frankly, I would endorse.  Instead why don't you tell us - or ask your dishonest sources - what it is exactly he's had Justice do that's illegal.  In fact, I'd like to hear from you what he's done that goes beyond his Constitutional authority since he was elected.

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert With Heather Wade
« on: May 05, 2018, 10:37:42 PM »
... Ever think that Airyn/Irene may be thinking ...GAWD, it's finally over?!?!...with some sigh of relief and a pocket full of $$

Yep

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert With Heather Wade
« on: May 05, 2018, 10:33:05 PM »
So was this whole thing about his hatred of Snoory?  :o

Affirmative

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert With Heather Wade
« on: May 05, 2018, 10:30:35 PM »
I think that we have all proven with the last host that we will only accept "one of ours", and nobody else.  ;)

I won't be listening regardless, the genre was long ago played out.

But if I were interested I'd just want someone who was reasonably good at interviewing.  Apparently that's too much to ask. 

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert With Heather Wade
« on: May 05, 2018, 10:18:00 PM »
I like to imagine she will get out of town as soon as its considered polite to do so after the death of ones Husband.  I mean, who wants to live their entire life out in the middle of the desert?  Well, besides Art and Heather?

I'd have that place cleared of Art's junk and up for sale, move out the day after the end of the school year.

So, will it be Manila, LA, or Vegas?

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert With Heather Wade
« on: May 05, 2018, 10:09:00 PM »
The way I see it, Keith is playing this situation exactly how Art would have...

Badly?


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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert With Heather Wade
« on: May 05, 2018, 02:22:28 PM »
We definitely need Jazmunda's take on all this.  True, he has been quiet.

Do we?  Last I remember hearing was him saying he had no reason not to believe the stalker story

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Speaking of, I loved Kathy's sensible shut up and go to good ol' Walmart advice. I also liked her slight eyeroll at the beginning.

I like that woman. #TeamKathy

Yeah, she's a gem.

What is the saying about those over about age 50 having earned their looks?

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: May 05, 2018, 02:17:39 PM »

Especially when such an erratic, self obsessed, irrational manchild has the codes to nuclear weapons..What could possibly go wrong?

And yet he's gotten things done in the foreign policy arena that Obama left undone, has gotten more done in a year than Obama in in eight, and has our foreign policy heading in the right direction - across the board - while Obama's was a disgrace and a mess - again, across the board.

How do you explain all this?

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: May 05, 2018, 02:15:02 PM »
Now that we have that straight, where are you with John Kerry, now that his violations of the Logan Act in undermining our country on behalf of Iran have been exposed?

Not being an incoming president-elect, so I see no legal justification for it.  Do you?  And I ask you because you were just sure an incoming president had no legal basis for discussions with foreign governments regarding policy - let alone anyone else - so you must just be aghast over this and out for blood.  Right?

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: May 05, 2018, 02:11:40 PM »
Especially after hiding the sausage three months after the little missis gave birth...

I see.  I realize you're new to our country, so let me help you out.

The people who typically vote Republican have values that the people who vote Democrat either don't have, or are told don't matter.  So the sleazebags in the Democrat Party, their Hollywood supporters, their supporters in media and in academia, and so on always get a pass.  Except when they need to be sacrificed in order to bring down bigger game, the way Al Franken and a few others have been sacrificed lately in the hopes of bringing down Trump.

On the other hand, the Ds know the slightest whiff if impropriety by a Republican candidate will often throw an election their way.  Because the voters with American family values won't vote for them.

Unfortunately for the Ds, the real Americans are onto this game, at least to a certain extent, and it's not going to work against Trump.  Just like the real Americans finally figured out during the BO presidency baseless accusations of ''racism'' were just that, and meant to end the debate on any given issue in favor of the Ds 

So you may as well try a different smear tactic, since that one won't work here.  Of course if you were honest, and truly meant it, we would havebeen hearing a lot more from you about the dirtbags in the Democrat Party, so far not a peep

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... Cons have gotten crazy, like the damn Renaissance Faire. You pay a fortune to get in, but then you have to shell out even more of a small fortune once you're inside to have any fun. The True Crime Con is in Nashville this weekend. Once I added up the price of weekend admission, plus certain seminars, a room, etc., I realized I could probably get a cheap room on the beach down in Florida instead and have more fun...

Just like going to Hawaii.  I'd rather stay on the plane a little longer and spend that time in Asia.  Cheaper, better.

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert With Heather Wade
« on: May 05, 2018, 09:19:39 AM »
Heather has lost all perspective.
No one in their right mind would have the audacity to market themselves with that ethos of the legacy of Art Bell.

This is the Lasha effect in full force...


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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert With Heather Wade
« on: May 05, 2018, 09:04:25 AM »
... The Wade camp is always thinking three moves ahead - minimum...............

I'm not sure how bright she is, but she's ambitious and has been plotting for awhile, waiting for the old man to die.


Heather's vulture comment to George Knapp may have been cleverly rebutted in the moment, but it was meant as a shot across the bow:  ''shut up and stay shut up - or else''. 

It worked.  This isn't his main job, and he isn't going to get into a spitting contest with her.

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