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Random Topics / Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« Last post by Who on Today at 12:42:20 PM »


Good morning Senda.  I'm sure you're familiar with this building. It's the Contra Costa County Employment and Human Services building in Martinez.  You'll need to stop by and report your earnings griftings to your caseworker if any of your numerous panhandling schemes come to fruition. That amount will then be deducted from your benefits.

There won't be any money, of course, for the big woo woo in Pasadena but you'll have the satisfaction of knowing you did the right thing by not ripping off the taxpayers by committing welfare fraud.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« Last post by SredniVashtar on Today at 12:38:49 PM »
I get how the other Brit found this thread and Art Bell (he fled your country, so likely heard C2C once here) but, out of curiosity, how did you find this thread and/or know of Art Bell or the "suckage" of Norry? As far as I know the shows were never on shortwave or broadcast in the UK so curious how people "around the world" heard the show...and then motivated to find and participate in this forum.

Every so often Alex Jones used to pop up on UK radio. I started listening to him on the internet occasionally after that and he would sometimes mention going on Coast with Noory. When I looked it up I found that it had been started by Art Bell. I found a few torrents and there was no comparison with Dave. Eventually Noory's incompetence had me typing in words like 'fuckwit' and 'stupid cunt' so here I am.
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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« Last post by starrmtn001 on Today at 12:37:50 PM »
BREAKING NEWS: Chinese banks to STOP doing business with North Korea as Strict UN Sanction roll Out!  9.21.17.

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Random Topics / Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« Last post by PB the Deplorable on Today at 12:37:42 PM »
GFM charges 8%. I bet he wants the weekend pass with merchandise bundle for $129 plus extra to cover the GFM fees.  Not realizing if he gets the senior citizen pass he can still buy a bunch of stuff and come in less. Or maybe he wants in to one of the $100 autograph or photoop sessions.


How much will he be charging Muddy for bridge tolls on the way to Pasadena?  I'm sure he only knows one way to get there
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The "steal online stories and make my own news feed artist" strikes again with "ACTOR BERNIE CASEY HAS DIED." I will call him out on this one, because I met Bernie Casey years ago and it had nothing to do with his NFL career or his acting career.

Casey was an accomplished artist in his own right, working on canvas and very-welled versed in the classic forms of art and its history. I met him years ago when he toured with his original work. I thought he still looked darn good in his older age and that he might even take the field again and do well even in his older age. Maybe over-the-top compliment.   

To Senda, while other people work, have lives and really do things, he sits glued to online, broadcast or other forms of media, snatches news articles, then does some "Breaking News" video where he summarizes -- rewrites and modifies -- the work of others to try and sound informed.

People should question why to give him money for anything. He never produces anything of original, insightful "journalism" outside of pilfering others' work. Then accuses anyone who sees through him as some "hater, troll" or whatever when he fails to look at himself.

When that guy earns his keep, when he produces original material outside of showing people his crappy videos or lifted material, when he proves he's earned it -- then some might reconsider. No, none should support some intellectual-property thief who makes claims about himself he can't prove. Let him prove his worth. Money for nothing? Not around here, for sure.
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Again, the attorneys at Premiere Networks were invited to review the argument -- and low and behold, it must have held value. I'd like to see you prepare an informed brief or argument, sans profanities, insults and such as that. That's how the real-world works. Make your points and be ready to back them successfully. Don't ask questions for which you don't have the answer.

So many don't know anything relevant to the case but feel they hold control by issuing a stream of questions that would have been answered had they understood the information in the proceedings at hand. Wells and his lunatic conspiracies nuts who lack education and real job experiences often do that. I am being more than fair, in all respect.

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.
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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« Last post by PB the Deplorable on Today at 12:18:12 PM »
There's plenty of smoke, you just dismiss it all and focus on the shortcomings of an irrelevant elderly woman and an ex-president. Once again, you appear to know more about the investigation than the rest of us. They aren't going to give bulletins every five minutes.

The main concern ought to be that Trump was intended to act as some kind of lobbyist for Russia. He'd be more entitled to the benefit of the doubt if he hadn't spent so much time telling lies and half-truths. I don't know the details, of course, and he's entitled to the presumption of innocence, but it's like looking at a balance sheet and seeing that things don't add up. It might be an accounting error, but only an idiot would fail to check more deeply.

We have seen, over the course of his presidency, that he is rash and dim. He has also shown that he's capable of going round the backs of people and doing deals on the side. It's perfectly possible for someone like that to find himself in deep water without knowing how he got there.

''Plenty of smoke'', yet you can't or won't spell out what the interference was, and Trump's role in it.  Nor, apparently, can anyone else. 

And how have I tied the ''smoke'' to Hilary and Barry?  I've pointed out their felonies, abuses of power, and incompetence, but the only thing I've asked about either regarding this is why didn't Barry do anything if there was interference he says he knew about, or tell us what it is?  And he certainly should know, he ordered the wiretapping after lying to the FISO judge to get the approval.


As far as the main concern - that would be the Fake News Media and the Democrats, acting in tandem to try to overturn the results of an election, and going beyond acceptable tactics in frustrating the will of the people.  Meaning further use of race to divide the country (interesting how it always somehow comes down to this with them), the encouragementstreet thuggery in denying people's rights to speak and hear speakers and to intimidate, and the avalanche of filth being dumped on Trump.  That's the concern, not more bullshit you made up and can't substantiate in the least. 

Their actions are Unamerican.  They are undemocratic.  They are disgusting and dispicable.  If their conduct isn't illegal, it should be, although come to think of it, the RICO statutes are fairly broad.  Since you can't answer my first question, how about this one:  why are you  supporting this filth?
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Random Topics / Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« Last post by GravitySucks on Today at 12:15:33 PM »
In Senda's request for a Famous Monster Con ticket he says it is $159 for a 3 day ticket but on their site is shows it is $79 or $59 for age 65 and older.

https://register.growtix.com/e/famous_monsters_halloween_bash_2017

I am beginning to think that he pads his money request to get extra.

GFM charges 8%. I bet he wants the weekend pass with merchandise bundle for $129 plus extra to cover the GFM fees.  Not realizing if he gets the senior citizen pass he can still buy a bunch of stuff and come in less. Or maybe he wants in to one of the $100 autograph or photoop sessions.
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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« Last post by Jackstar on Today at 12:05:58 PM »
a shame that such things are paid for by tax-payers


Wait until you find out how much they paid for Diego Garcia.
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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« Last post by Gd5150 on Today at 12:05:51 PM »
There's plenty of smoke, you just dismiss it all and focus on the shortcomings of an irrelevant elderly woman and an ex-president. Once again, you appear to know more about the investigation than the rest of us. They aren't going to give bulletins every five minutes.

The main concern ought to be that Trump was intended to act as some kind of lobbyist for Russia. He'd be more entitled to the benefit of the doubt if he hadn't spent so much time telling lies and half-truths. I don't know the details, of course, and he's entitled to the presumption of innocence, but it's like looking at a balance sheet and seeing that things don't add up. It might be an accounting error, but only an idiot would fail to check more deeply.

We have seen, over the course of his presidency, that he is rash and dim. He has also shown that he's capable of going round the backs of people and doing deals on the side. It's perfectly possible for someone like that to find himself in deep water without knowing how he got there.

This from the side who's embraced Russian communism since JFK. This from the side that ignores the billions in bribes the Clintons received while holding office. This from the side that's given away billions to the wests biggest enemies. Sorry bro, no cred for you.

And....still no evidence after 18 months of illegal, lied about, wiretaps.

Whoops...thanks ignorant DemokkkratMedia.




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