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Are you someone that issues nonsensical rants online instead of working a real job? Let me guess, you have a job? What have you ever done in life or in a career. No disrespect, but I failed to understand what you are saying. Your points are all over the map, are misinformed and inaccurate -- and it reads like you don't even have your own act together. Let alone lecturing others.

No point in debating those like you. Like I haven't been around to know that? Just ramblings and rantings from someone who feels like getting online and insulting others who do for real makes me better. Get an education, first. OK? Then get real jobs and work for 40 years at them? OK? Am I being fair enough? I think so.

As far as the "supplement shows," let me inform you. That "criticalhealthnews(dot)com" is a paid sponsor and don't tell me those aren't paid spots posing as news broadcasts. No statement about "paid programming" is aired, forgetting as you do that all other "radio shows" these guests do are "paid programming."

No FDA disclaimers are aired at any time.
At no time does the program state that what you hear is for informational purposes only and not meant to replace advice from your medical professional. Always consult with your medical doctor before undertaking any supplement program. Anything that alters your body chemistry carries risks -- but "Coast To Coast AM" fails to note that.

OK. Then Premiere Networks -- failing to air disclaimers -- assumes the responsibility for any "medical advice" given during a program in which medical determinations are made without seeing the "patient" in person. No medical doctor would ever do that -- but on George Noory's show, that's what they don't want. Qualified medical advice done the correct way. It would negate the sponsor's ability to cheat ignorant suckers. You must buy their snake-oil at horrendously inflated prices, but are never told such products do not "prevent, treat or cure any type of disease."

As far as lawsuits, perhaps those cheated and maybe harmed by the nonsense dished out on "Coast To Coast AM" for what it implies is a licensed medical-facility may do just that. Know "criticalhealthnews(dot)com" is nothing but a Youngevity International independent distributor run -- apparently -- by a radio station, KSCO (1080 AM) in Santa Cruz. That name "news" is deliberately misleading, since it is not some objective "news" site but an online store to get fools to think it is some "medical facility."

And you guessed it! Look further. KSCO hosts "radio programs" for the same guests you hear on "Coast To Coast AM," but disclaims it as "paid programming." But it's not on Noory's program? Who is being ignorant now? Noory has referred to "criticalhealthnews(dot)com" as "our website" on occasion. What? "Ours'? He is required under federal law to disclosure ahead of broadcasts and to all affiliates if any "money, compensation or anything of value" is provided to him.

Noory just making one line at the top of the broadcast that "they are our sponsors" is too vague and doesn't explain the "our website" statement he makes. Or what other monies may be being exchanged. Even "free supplements" to the host may be in violation of federal law. Look into that, OK?

Fine. Let them cheat people. Let them hide things from consumers and then pressure them into making uninformed decisions about their health and maybe their lives. Then come down on those who care for real. To falsely accuse us. See what side of the issue you stand on. Find the hell out what's going on before you accuse others.

You may be Noory himself or one of his minions to post what you did. What are you afraid of? The "truth" your program claims to stand for? Is that it? Are you one of his producers acting on his behalf? Good, tell that program to watch its darn step. Cheating people and playing with their lives is nothing to take lightly. Fair enough?

You could have just said "Yes. As a matter of fact I am".

And I bet John B. Wells University Football team could beat yours. If you went to one.
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Random Topics / Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« Last post by Yorkshire pud on Today at 01:19:42 PM »
A reminder for all you evil fools, haters, and trolls out there...The Master(tm) has issued a very stern warning concerning *HIS* T-shirt design coming out tomorrow.  It is trademarked...(tm), for all you laypersons out there...well, he says there is a (tm) pending.  He also says *HE* will go after anyone who attempts to steal *HIS* design.   Anyway, this news belongs to the Senda News Network (tm), no copyright infringement intended or implied, and I claim full fair use status on this communique.  Thank you, have yourselves a pleasant day.


Would it be fair to say that if everyone turned up in knock off t shirts they bought before buying his at $35 a pop, he'd be less than pleased?

A t shirt printer asked.
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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« Last post by albrecht on Today at 01:17:00 PM »
He's been on TV...I don't like Andrew Neil but oh, he cooked Jones like a kipper;D


Interesting to note that Alex has been looking rather red recently (when he was doing his shirtless stunt.) And certain conspiracy theorists think Alex is, shall we say, a gate-keeper red herring for the real world controllers, real conspiracy, etc.
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Random Topics / Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« Last post by starrmtn001 on Today at 01:16:08 PM »
The whole ''guy from Pittsburgh'' thing is just plain stupid.  It makes no sense.  He's not from Pittsburgh, doesn't live there, never goes there, doesn't talk about it, and certainly isn't the image of a big, tough, hard working, beer drinking steel worker - just the opposite.  Yet he starts out every video with it, and says it with such conviction.

For all the sense it makes, he may as well start his vidoes saying he's the internet's dumb guy.   

+1!!!
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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« Last post by SredniVashtar on Today at 01:14:34 PM »
Ha. I'm amazed Alex was on UK radio.

As a guest, he didn't have a show. He's undeniably entertaining in small doses. Maybe not so much these days, it's got a bit old.
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Nope...The point is Wells said what he said after the fact.

 ::)

You just provided me with a quote of that gay poster with the anti-conspiracy theory agenda. I've never heard the episode. I don't like Wells anyway but this guy's argument couldn't be a more closeted homosexual cry for help. Just come out already, buddy!  :D
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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« Last post by Yorkshire pud on Today at 01:13:32 PM »
Ha. I'm amazed Alex was on UK radio.

He's been on TV...I don't like Andrew Neil but oh, he cooked Jones like a kipper.  ;D

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« Last post by albrecht on Today at 01:12:33 PM »

Nope... I didn't get here because of AB..I got here via Expat and his blog. I've never listened to an AB show, ever.

 ;D
Your loss. Some good stuff, and a chance to hear various convicted felons prior to their incarceration.
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Are you one of those litigious little twerps that have to threaten to sue about everything?  I see your rants about the C2C supplements shows. 

Why listen to a show devoted to conspiracies, woo woo, made up shit, and now supplements?

Get on a letter writing campaign for that whole "we didn't go to the moon thing". Lots of my friends and coworkers were defamed and most are still alive.

Or, take a chill pill, watch CNN and begin your letter writing campaign to them for all of the defamation and fake news. At least they have money.

Are you someone that issues nonsensical rants online instead of working a real job? Let me guess, you have a job? What have you ever done in life or in a career. No disrespect, but I failed to understand what you are saying. Your points are all over the map, are misinformed and inaccurate -- and it reads like you don't even have your own act together. Let alone lecturing others.

No point in debating those like you. Like I haven't been around to know that? Just ramblings and rantings from someone who feels like getting online and insulting others who do for real makes me better. Get an education, first. OK? Then get real jobs and work for 40 years at them? OK? Am I being fair enough? I think so.

As far as the "supplement shows," let me inform you. That "criticalhealthnews(dot)com" is a paid sponsor and don't tell me those aren't paid spots posing as news broadcasts. No statement about "paid programming" is aired, forgetting as you do that all other "radio shows" these guests do are "paid programming."

No FDA disclaimers are aired at any time.
At no time does the program state that what you hear is for informational purposes only and not meant to replace advice from your medical professional. Always consult with your medical doctor before undertaking any supplement program. Anything that alters your body chemistry carries risks -- but "Coast To Coast AM" fails to note that.

OK. Then Premiere Networks -- failing to air disclaimers -- assumes the responsibility for any "medical advice" given during a program in which medical determinations are made without seeing the "patient" in person. No medical doctor would ever do that -- but on George Noory's show, that's what they don't want. Qualified medical advice done the correct way. It would negate the sponsor's ability to cheat ignorant suckers. You must buy their snake-oil at horrendously inflated prices, but are never told such products do not "prevent, treat or cure any type of disease."

As far as lawsuits, perhaps those cheated and maybe harmed by the nonsense dished out on "Coast To Coast AM" for what it implies is a licensed medical-facility may do just that. Know "criticalhealthnews(dot)com" is nothing but a Youngevity International independent distributor run -- apparently -- by a radio station, KSCO (1080 AM) in Santa Cruz. That name "news" is deliberately misleading, since it is not some objective "news" site but an online store to get fools to think it is some "medical facility."

And you guessed it! Look further. KSCO hosts "radio programs" for the same guests you hear on "Coast To Coast AM," but disclaims it as "paid programming." But it's not on Noory's program? Who is being ignorant now? Noory has referred to "criticalhealthnews(dot)com" as "our website" on occasion. What? "Ours'? He is required under federal law to disclosure ahead of broadcasts and to all affiliates if any "money, compensation or anything of value" is provided to him.

Noory just making one line at the top of the broadcast that "they are our sponsors" is too vague and doesn't explain the "our website" statement he makes. Or what other monies may be being exchanged. Even "free supplements" to the host may be in violation of federal law. Look into that, OK?

Fine. Let them cheat people. Let them hide things from consumers and then pressure them into making uninformed decisions about their health and maybe their lives. Then come down on those who care for real. To falsely accuse us. See what side of the issue you stand on. Find the hell out what's going on before you accuse others.

You may be Noory himself or one of his minions to post what you did. What are you afraid of? The "truth" your program claims to stand for? Is that it? Are you one of his producers acting on his behalf? Good, tell that program to watch its darn step. Cheating people and playing with their lives is nothing to take lightly. Fair enough?
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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« Last post by Yorkshire pud on Today at 01:11:53 PM »
How romantic .

I don't understand why you can't get over it Jennifer. There, I told the forum your name. Stop being jealous and sign up to that dating site I sent you the link to. You're just inside the depravity parameters they require. I'll write the profile if you want.
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