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Re: Steve Quail ~ oops Quayle (hes not a bird)
« Reply #30 on: September 12, 2010, 05:37:39 PM »

Ian:  'Give me that asshat'
Quail:  'No, me.  Give it here.  You're not being a good host'
Ian:  "This is my show, and Linda set it up that way.  Gimme that asshat.  Deus Te Amat'

Oh my holy fucking god - I read that and i laughed so hard I scared the dog!


It cracked me up too!  That's a pretty accurate assessment of what happened.


That was one of the best shows in a very long time.  I listened to it twice because it was so funny.
i've heard this show referenced several times, but i've never heard it.  could someone post it?

Re: Steve Quail ~ oops Quayle (hes not a bird)
« Reply #31 on: September 12, 2010, 06:14:42 PM »

Ian:  'Give me that asshat'
Quail:  'No, me.  Give it here.  You're not being a good host'
Ian:  "This is my show, and Linda set it up that way.  Gimme that asshat.  Deus Te Amat'

Oh my holy fucking god - I read that and i laughed so hard I scared the dog!


It cracked me up too!  That's a pretty accurate assessment of what happened.


That was one of the best shows in a very long time.  I listened to it twice because it was so funny.
i've heard this show referenced several times, but i've never heard it.  could someone post it?

I do not have a copy to post, but I beleive the show in question is located here:
 
http://www.coasttocoastam.com/show/2008/04/19
 
 

Re: Steve Quail ~ oops Quayle (hes not a bird)
« Reply #32 on: September 12, 2010, 06:58:20 PM »

Ian:  'Give me that asshat'
Quail:  'No, me.  Give it here.  You're not being a good host'
Ian:  "This is my show, and Linda set it up that way.  Gimme that asshat.  Deus Te Amat'

Oh my holy fucking god - I read that and i laughed so hard I scared the dog!


It cracked me up too!  That's a pretty accurate assessment of what happened.


That was one of the best shows in a very long time.  I listened to it twice because it was so funny.
i've heard this show referenced several times, but i've never heard it.  could someone post it?

I do not have a copy to post, but I beleive the show in question is located here:
 
http://www.coasttocoastam.com/show/2008/04/19
i don't have streamlink tho, so if anyone could post it, that would be sweet.


Re: http://www.stevequayle.com/index.html
« Reply #33 on: January 06, 2011, 02:16:10 AM »
Steve QuayleBiography:Stephen Quayle is the author of five books. For over thirty years, he has been investigating ancient civilizations, giants, UFOs and biological warfare as they relate to the future of mankind. Stephen discusses the coming worst-case scenarios approaching this world and how they interrelate to each other. Earthquakes, volcanoes, nuclear and biological terrorism, coupled with the planned financial meltdown of the U.S. dollar will thrust us into unimagined tribulations. Stephen Quayle is on record as stating that we have moved from the realm of natural threats into the arena of supernaturally guided events of the unseen hand of evil orchestrating world events of unfathomable proportions.




this guy is annoying as fuck and they (C2C) seems to always reach for him when they need to fill a seat.  this old queen doesn't seem to have any real credentials.  if you want to know what the fuck is happening in the world, turn off your radio and read The Economist


Re: http://www.stevequayle.com/index.html
« Reply #34 on: January 06, 2011, 02:36:33 AM »
this guy is annoying as fuck and they (C2C) seems to always reach for him when they need to fill a seat.  this old queen doesn't seem to have any real credentials.  if you want to know what the fuck is happening in the world, turn off your radio and read The Economist

Well, that's one way of putting it...


Re: http://www.stevequayle.com/index.html
« Reply #35 on: January 07, 2011, 01:16:20 AM »
"if people understood basic science ... " - s quayle on thurs night/friday morning.  dude ... you're talking to george noory.  he barely understands basic speech

i think i confused Quayle with an asshat that was on last night.  but still ... Quayle is douchetard that should probably shut his mouth and go take night classes and do something productive with himself

http://www.coasttocoastam.com/guest/celente-gerald/5938

i think the asshat i intended to shit all over is gerald celente.  this guy is human turd pile.  or thereabouts


Steve Quayle
« Reply #36 on: January 07, 2011, 04:27:52 AM »
"Let's say Steve Quayle doesn't exist." - Steven Quayle

Yes, Steve! "Let's!"

What ill wind ushered this singular rampaging nut sack into my orbit?

Who offends my senses so . . . ?

Rivaling a Noory-Induced Repulsion!

Roll over like the endless spindled riverboat paddle you are, George.

Roll. Gulp that air of hypocrisy during commercials as you agree with every bird shat splat of nonsense uttered by Steve-O.

And I thought Major Dead Lames blew the worst blue cheese chunks! I stand molested... uh, I mean corrected!  ((Shades of Groucho Marx inflection)) 

The problem with Quayle the Bully is that he believes himself positioned at the right hand of a deity. He's a walking messianic complex cubed - perhaps even to the 4th power.

This is a problem.

The only thing missing from the show was a horse-toothed Gary Busey in the background interjecting an "Amen!"

Am I right?

Speaking of whom, I cannot wait for Busey to appear on Celebrity Apprentice.  Gary who sprang from the loins of a Texas coastal town I still frequent!  Why, each time I pass through Baytown, TX, I can veritably ~feel~ a Chiclets-Grinning Busey Sludge adhering to my B. F. Goodbitches!

Can I get an Amen?! (because these bitches be tired!)

(I amuse myself here)

Coast to Coast is a mockery of men! It offends down to every unvoiced aspirate!


(that means it sucks massively, George...)


That is all.


Re: Dear Steve Quayle, I AM the ILLUMINATI
« Reply #37 on: January 07, 2011, 07:33:22 PM »
Very well put, Camazotz.

I will not waste my time criticizing or insulting Steve Quayle as 1) he is unlikely to change, and 2) Quayle probably revels in the letters of shock and repulsion that he regularly receives. Instead, I will focus on his subversive, nit-picky causeries, which, after all, are the things that vilify our history, character, values, and traditions. Those readers of brittle disposition might do well to await a ride on the next emotionally indulgent transport; this one is scheduled nonstop over rocky roads. As soon as you're strapped in I'll announce something to the effect of how were he alive today, Hideki Tojo would be Quayle's most trustworthy ally. I can see Tojo joining forces with Quayle to help him use our weaknesses to his advantage.

Our sacred values and traditions mean nothing to Quayle. And let us not forget that Quayle is terrified that there might be an absolute reality outside himself, a reality that is what it is, regardless of his wishes, theories, hopes, daydreams, or decrees. Quayle, get a life!

Even with the increasing number of power-hungry grifters, I am reminded of the quote, "He is known for fabricating evidence." This comment is not as contentious as it seems because those of us who are still sane, those of us who still have a firm grip on reality, those of us who still aver that Quayle never misses an opportunity to take advantage of a crisis, whether contrived or spontaneous, have an obligation to do more than just observe what Quayle is doing from a safe distance. We have an obligation to weaken the critical links in Quayle's nexus of cruel, crafty blackguardism. We have an obligation to push a consistent vision that responds to most people's growing fears about rude brownshirts. And we have an obligation to do something about the continuing—make that the escalating—effort on his part to condemn children to a life of drugs, gangs, drinking, rape, incest, verbal abuse, physical abuse, and a number of other horrors.

If you're still reading this letter, I wish to compliment you for being sufficiently open-minded to understand that Quayle is a laughable prevaricator. I'm being super-extra nice when I say that. If I weren't so polite I instead would have stated that Quayle maintains that he can scare us by using big words like "isomerizeparabolization". This is complete—or at least, incomplete—baloney. For instance, Quayle fails to mention that his hirelings often reverse the normal process of interpretation. That is, they value the unsaid over the said, the obscure over the clear.

The best thing about Quayle is the way that he encourages us to analyze his adages in the manner of sociological studies of mass communication and persuasion. No, wait; Quayle doesn't encourage that. On the contrary, he discourages us from admitting that he is a malignant, slatternly windbag. I use that label only when it's true. If you don't believe it is, then consider that Quayle is just trying to pick a fight. That's why he says that profits come before people.

Quayle's comment that society is supposed to be lenient towards delusional adulterers is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever heard. Not only did all of us misfortunate enough to have to listen to him make that comment become dumber as a result, but I warrant that a lot more people now understand why I claim that we need to look beyond the most immediate and visible problems with Quayle. We need to look at what is behind these problems and understand that it is not uncommon for Quayle to victimize the innocent, penalize the victim for making any effort to defend himself, and then paint the whole dysfunctional affair as some great benefit to humanity. He has been making a big deal out of nothing. If there were any semblance of decency left in his junta that ought to be an affront to it. Sadly, that's a big "if"; we all know that an armed revolt against Quayle is morally justified. However, I insist that it is not yet strategically justified.

The last time I heard Quayle ramble on in his characteristically bibulous blather he said something about wanting to smear people of impeccable character and reputation. I feel sorry for the human race when I hear stuff like that. His brassbound past resonates in his current demands. Quayle vehemently denies that, of course. But he obviously would because he truly believes that human beings should be appraised by the number of things and the amount of money they possess instead of by their internal value and achievements. It is just such inimical megalomania, devious egoism, and intellectual aberrancy that stirs Quayle to poke someone's eyes out. Okay, then, let's move onto the really good part of this letter, the part in which I get to tell you that he possesses no significant intellectual skills whatsoever and has no interest in erudition. Heck, he can't even spell or define "erudition", much less achieve it.

To be blunt, Quayle's most saturnine tactic is to fabricate a phony war between primitive moral weaklings and maladroit witlings. This way, he can subjugate both groups into helping him canonize juvenile humanity-haters as nomological emblems of propriety. I decidedly don't want that to happen, which is why I'm telling you that I correctly predicted that Quayle would make people suspicious of those who speak the truth. Alas, I didn't think he'd do that so effectively—or so soon.

We must embrace diversity. This call to action begins with you. You must be the first to take action. You must be the one to put inexorable pressure on Quayle to be a bit more careful about what he says and does. And you must inform your fellow man that it's unfortunate that Quayle has no real education. It's impossible to debate important topics with someone who is so mentally handicapped. Will wanton slimeballs ever tend to the casualties of his war on sanity? Don't bet on it.

Quayle hates me for my determination and my aggressive stance for what is right. A person could write a whole book on that topic alone. In order to be as brief as possible, though, I'll state simply that the biggest supporters of Quayle's inarticulate insinuations are delirious ignoramuses and prodigal, racialism-oriented adolescents. A secondary class of ardent supporters consists of ladies of elastic virtue and cosmopolitan tendencies to whom such things afford a decent excuse for displaying their fascinations at their open windows. Now that you've heard what I've had to say, I want you to think about it. And I want you to join me and halt the destructive process that is carrying our civilization toward extinction.

Re: Dear Steve Quayle, I AM the ILLUMINATI
« Reply #38 on: January 08, 2011, 11:28:00 PM »
I want to thank you for letting me join here and vent.  On other forums, Steve Quayle is rather sacrosanct.  Here's one criticism:

I listened to Coast to Coast AM last (5-16-08) night an I have to say that the guest and George Noory both made me sick! George has had guests on that spoke about the giants and the Anunnaki before and they spoke about the misinterpretation of the meaning of the word and that it means “those from Heaven came to Earth” like Jason Martell of Ancient-X.com George knows that, but because the guest was a fear mongering lunatic, George catered to his sick and twisted false interpretation. Steve Quayle was the guest and the things he was saying about the Anunnaki being “fallen angels” were typical of the uninformed, but that’s not what made me angry. It was the fact that George never challenged the interpretation that he KNEW was inaccurate, but more so than that is the fact that I feel very strongly that this Steve Quayle is one of those who are part of the deception, both knowingly and willingly. Christians were calling in saying that “I am doing everything you have suggested and I am going to buy your books first thing in the morning!” These people were terrified by the things he was saying! Now for someone that proclaims such high regard for Sitchen as George does, he never mentioned him or the correct meaning of the word Anunnaki, let alone the fact that Steve was telling horror stories about the need to live in the high mountains and that all aliens are “fallen angels” that hate mankind and want to kill them all! This is a perfect example of the Doctrine of Deception going full speed ahead on a mission to terrorize believers into doing what the “elite” want them to do. It is absolute scientific fact that the ancient Sumerian record is not only the original, but far superior text and record. I know that this Steve Quayle is fully aware of this fact and is pushing the lie for his gain and the gain of the others who are twisting this truth into a story of terror.

George has said several times that he believes the reality of Nibiru and the creation of mankind by Enki (although he simply said Anunnaki in general), then completely changes philosophy to cater to his guest. I have heard several complaints about George doing this (agreeing with anything the guest says), but this is in the extreme! This guest was pushing Christians into fear and terror mode and doing it well! I cannot wait until all becomes very clear that people like him are lying to the people for their own sick agenda.

Many believe, including Machio Kaku that there is a new time of enlightenment coming with the 2012 Mayan calendar predicting this shift of consciousness. George did mention this, but the reply was basically “not until almost the entire human race has died”! It is criminal what people like Steve are doing to people who believe the Bible, without being fully aware of it’s source, but if they were, they would not be so easily terrorized by people like him.


http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread356039/pg1

Re: Dear Steve Quayle, I AM the ILLUMINATI
« Reply #39 on: January 11, 2011, 04:06:51 AM »
If I could shit in Steve Quayles ear, I certainly would. It would be the only equivalent to the torture I endure when I hear him speak.

Re: Dear Steve Quayle, I AM the ILLUMINATI
« Reply #40 on: January 21, 2011, 04:05:52 PM »
There is one thing you have to hate about Steven Quayle--HOLD IT, fact checking...fact checking...there are many things to hate about Steven Quayle, but the overarching, head-spinning fact is that the guy is a fabricating sob who leaves listeners, at the minimum, exhausted and overwhelmed. 

George:  Well, what can we DO? 

Quayle:  (no doubt shredding his finger tips Swan-style)   "nothing we can do because we don'thavethepowerGeorgeitsallthepuppetmastersandthosewhodotheir bidding--thefallenangelsandourpoliticiansareunabletostopit.

I just heard Ian's smackdown and apology and learned that Ian had a guy calling in (after hearing Quayle the previous time he was on) asking for Ian to talk him out of suicide!   After the other night, I needed a little hope myself--and Ian had to apologize? 

I'm wondering if they are replacing real guests with Kookfest.  Which is its own niche, just not the same one that includes me as a listener.  I don't mind the occasional horse man or 500 year old person, all good fun, but I am not going to subject my positive being to a shower of fear without some socially redeeming feature.  It just seems irresponsible to me.

Anagrammy

Re: Dear Steve Quayle, I AM the ILLUMINATI
« Reply #41 on: January 21, 2011, 11:42:35 PM »
If I could shit in Steve Quayles ear, I certainly would. It would be the only equivalent to the torture I endure when I hear him speak.

bwahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahah.

Steve Quayle also is a birther and he thinks that Obama is a Muslim.  I've got my problems with Obama too, but I couldn't give two shits about where he was born or his spiritual life. 

Re: Dear Steve Quayle, I AM the ILLUMINATI
« Reply #42 on: January 22, 2011, 03:42:11 PM »
I have been meaning to write this letter for some time now and, in light of recent developments, I believe it is appropriate. As I elaborate on that concept throughout this letter I will use only simple words and language so that even a child can understand my message. Yes, even a child should know that one can see the blood-lust in Steve Quayle's eyes. At the risk of sounding a tad redundant, let me add that Quayle demands absolute and blind obedience from his legates. If he didn't, they might question his orders to replace our natural soul with an artificial one. This unrelenting demand of obedience also implies that now is not the time to go wobbly on our opposition to Quayle's malicious ploys. Every store in the country should have that chiseled in large letters over the entryway. Maybe then people would grasp that deranged imbeciles, motivated by either mercantalism or a desire to lead a careless, stroppy life, are eager to help Quayle combine the most sordid avarice with the most invincible hatred of the very people who tolerate and enrich him. An equal but opposite observation is that he keeps missing my point. More specifically, he keeps getting hung up on my words without seeing the underlying meaning. For example, when I say that propagandism is arguably the most frightening and devastating problem facing us all, Quayle seems incapable of realizing that what I'm really getting at is that I feel that he's a temperamental Machiavellian. How else can I characterize a person who did all of the following and then some?

    * Cater to the basest instincts of the most profligate mental defectives I've ever seen
    * Sell us fibs and fear mixed with a generous dollop of statism
    * Show us a gross miscarriage of common judgment

I could lengthen this list, but I shall rest my case. The point is that wherever hypocritical, malign enemies of the people are seen justifying, palliating, or excusing the evils of Quayle's heart, Quayle is there. Wherever intemperate social outcasts are found planting the seeds of Chekism into the tabulae rasae of children's minds, Quayle is lurking nearby. Wherever flagitious nutcases are observed tossing quaint concepts like decency, fairness, and rational debate out the window, Quayle will no doubt be in the vicinity. I defy any coincidence theorist to try to explain away those observations. Clearly, Quayle really struck a nerve with me when he said that he has the trappings of deity. That lie is a painful reminder that Quayle makes it sound like his biases are Right with a capital R. That's the rankest sort of pretense I've ever heard. The reality is that Quayle is more at home with lies than with the truth. But there's the rub; I have a scientist's respect for objective truth. That's why I'm telling you that if I had to choose the most power-drunk specimen from Quayle's welter of prissy gabble, it would have to be Quayle's claim that profits come before people.

If Quayle can't stand the heat, he should get out of the kitchen. Take, for example, insane paranoiacs. Now look at Quayle. If you don't believe there's a similarity then consider that if the people generally are relying on false information sown by the worst sorts of pushy extremists I've ever seen, then correcting that situation becomes a priority for the defense of our nation. You should know that it's not yet illegal to think outside the box. Quayle is working on that, though. I suspect that by next weekend, we'll no longer be allowed to state in public that Quayle and his subordinates are on a recruiting campaign, trying to convince everyone they meet to participate in degrading, dividing, and destroying our nation. Don't join that polity; instead, remember the scriptures: "Thou shalt not follow a multitude to do evil."

Quayle is terrified that there might be an absolute reality outside himself, a reality that is what it is, regardless of his wishes, theories, hopes, daydreams, or decrees. What he does in private is none of my business. But when Quayle tries to scatter about in profusion an abundance of pro-Quayle ipse dixits, I object. While it is reasonable to expect that irrationally held truths may be more harmful than reasoned errors, it remains that he hates people who have huge supplies of the things he lacks. What Quayle lacks the most is common sense, which underlies my point that if he is going to promote group-think attitudes over individual insights, then he should at least have the self-respect to remind himself of a few things: First, we must fix our sights on the distant future, when we will have finally cleared away the spiritual and physical debris of the Steve Quayle era. And second, he looks primarily at a person's superficial qualities such as physiognomy and mannerisms. I, in contrast, consider how likely a person is to help you reflect and reexamine your views on Quayle. That's what's important to me. Either way, the human community has had the same basic problem with recidivism all along, ever since the second human being walked erect. Let me express that same thought in slightly different terms: I have frequently criticized Quayle's unspoken plan to promote his churlish substitute for morality, which defines as hostile any attempt to embark on a new path towards change. He usually addresses my criticisms by accusing me of autism, priggism, child molestation, and halitosis. Quayle hopes that by delegitimizing me this way, no one will listen to me when I say that Quayle does, occasionally, make a valid point. But when he says that science is merely a tool invented by the current elite to maintain power, that's where the facts end and the ludicrousness begins.

Quayle's quips always follow the same pattern. He puts the desired twist on the actual facts, ignores inconvenient facts, and invents as many new "facts" as necessary to convince us that the laws of nature don't apply to him. Quayle says that you and I are inferior to wretched, voluble mobocrats. Such verbal gems teach us that Quayle has made it known that he fully intends to put increased disruptive powers in the hands of diabolic, ornery polemics. If those words don't scare you, nothing will. If they are not a clear warning, I don't know what could be.

Quayle's cause is not glorious. It is not wonderful. It is not good. Why does Quayle want to incite racial hatred? Because cocky, despicable fanaticism and quarrelsome, vainglorious lexiphanicism are a matched pair. That's not the only reason, of course, but I'll get to the other reasons later. I recently checked out one of his recent tracts. Oh, look; Quayle is again saying that he is known for his sound judgment, unerring foresight, and sagacious adaptation of means to ends. Raise your hand if you're surprised. Seriously, though, Quayle has written more than his fair share of lengthy, over-worded, pseudo-intellectual tripe. In all such instances he conveniently overlooks the fact that we must understand that he exhibits bad sportsmanship. And we must formulate that understanding into as clear and cogent a message as possible.

When Quayle says that the best way to reduce cognitive dissonance and restore homeostasis to one's psyche is to substitute breast-beating and schwarmerei for action and honest debate, in his mind, that's supposed to end the argument. It's like he believes he has said something very profound. Fortunately, if you ever get into an argument with some of his acolytes about whether or not whenever Quayle wants to appear impressive and moral, he makes aggrandized declarations about how loyal he is, I have an excellent sockdolager for you. Simply inform the other party that Quayle's cronies explain everything through the lens of Quayle's cruel and ideologically loaded self-fulfilling prophecies. End of story. Actually, I should add that he just reported that cultural tradition has never contributed a single thing to the advancement of knowledge or understanding. Do you think that that's merely sloppy reporting on Quayle's part? I don't. I, hardheaded cynic that I am, think that it's a deliberate attempt to let advanced weaponry fall into the hands of the most ugly franions you'll ever see.

Are you beginning to get the picture here? Even giving Quayle the benefit of the doubt, he relies heavily on "useful idiots", that is, people who unwittingly do his dirty work for him. Without his swarms of useful idiots, Quayle would not have been able to conceal the fact that I recently informed him that his serfs create an untrue and injurious impression of an entire people. Quayle said he'd "look further into the matter." Well, not too much further. After all, I don't want to build castles in the air. I don't want to plan things that I can't yet implement. But I do want to point out the glaring contradiction between Quayle's idealized view of careerism and reality because doing so clearly demonstrates how it seems that no one else is telling you that his treatises either go uncontested or are openly supported by the most feral sectarians I've ever seen. So, since the burden lies with me to tell you that, I suppose I should say a few words on the subject. To begin with, we must comment on Quayle's indiscretions. To do anything else, and I do mean anything else, is a complete waste of time.

If anything, Quayle would have us believe that everything will be hunky-dory if we let him popularize a genre of music whose graphic lyrics explicitly urge dodgy, meretricious dummkopfs to glorify the things that everyone else execrates. Yeah, right. And I also suppose that Quayle has answers to everything? The fact of the matter is that he likes saying that a knowledge of correct diction, even if unused, evinces a superiority that covers cowardice or stupidity. Okay, that's a parody—but not a very gross one. In point of fact, given the amount of misinformation that Quayle is circulating, I must point out that the impact of his simple-minded, longiloquent campaigns of malice and malignity is exactly that predicted by the Book of Revelation. Evil will preside over the land. Injustice will triumph over justice, chaos over order, futility over purpose, superstition over reason, and lies over truth. Only when humanity experiences this Hell on Earth will it fully appreciate that Quayle has spent untold hours trying to reduce social and cultural awareness to a dictated set of guidelines to follow. During that time, did it ever once occur to him that there is a vast empirical literature on this subject? I apologize if this disappoints you, but my intent was only to elucidate the question, not to answer it. I shall therefore state only that by hook or by crook we must test the assumptions that underlie Quayle's principles. I don't think anyone questions that. But did you know that he is like a parrot that makes noises for attention without any kind of clue as to what it is saying?

In a broad-brush sense, Quayle truly believes that he's an expert on everything from aardvarks to zymurgy. It is just such improvident megalomania, termagant, polyloquent egoism, and intellectual aberrancy that stirs Quayle to turn over our country to lubricious meanies. He has endorsed the idea of insidious, feckless antagonism in a number of very specific ways, arguing, for instance, in favor of his deputies' decision to engage in the trafficking of human beings.

Being the analytical sort that I am, I would have to say that I will never give up. I will never stop trying. And I will use every avenue possible to kick butt and take names. There are lots of weepy, wimpy flower children out there who are always whining that I'm being too harsh in my criticisms of Quayle. I wish such people would wake up and realize that I'd like very much to respond to Quayle's claim that everyone who scrambles aboard the Steve Quayle bandwagon is guaranteed a smooth ride. Unfortunately, taking into account Quayle's background, education, and intelligence, I am quite sure that Quayle would not be able to understand my response. Hence, let me say simply this: Quayle's reasoning is circular and therefore invalid. In other words, he always begins an argument with his conclusion (e.g., that he is a paragon of morality and wisdom) and therefore—not surprisingly—he always arrives at that very conclusion. So, sorry for being so long-winded in this letter, but raising the volume, increasing the stridency, or stressing the emotionalism of an argument does not improve its validity.

Re: Dear Steve Quayle, I AM the ILLUMINATI
« Reply #43 on: January 22, 2011, 04:34:28 PM »
Dear Thinks Its An Angel:

Your essay was a little like sucking oatmeal through a straw, kinda slow reading, but yeah.  I must disagree with your obvious intention to slam a whole group of innocents:  Parrots know more about what they are saying than Quayle does, and they deliver without the breathlessness.

Did Art ever interview Quayle?

Anagrammy

Re: Dear Steve Quayle, I AM the ILLUMINATI
« Reply #44 on: January 25, 2011, 07:54:26 AM »

I will not waste my time criticizing or insulting Steve Quayle ...

But you did...


I will use only simple words and language so that even a child can understand my message. Yes, even a child...

...termagant, polyloquent egoism, and intellectual aberrancy... lubricious meanies...feckless antagonism

but you didn't...

Quayle is on C2C... hes makin a living selling to the minority of listeners that think dehydrated water makes sense.

ffs hes on C2C. Mebbe he is the devil. Your essay/screed has, at least to me, made him more interesting.
Granted, not by much.

As an aside, I work in a hospital and am surrounded by mostly master's level clinicians and medical doctor's, Ph.D. psychologists, and advanced degree nursing staff. Ok probably not an average slice of america, but I also live in a rather quiet rural working class neighborhood. In the almost 20 years that I have had this situation I have yet to talk to anyone... anyone that is familiar with C2C. Let alone the devisive split of Art Bell versus Ned Noory.

So I guess my "hands in my pockets" comment is: Quayle? who the hell is Quayle?

Re: Dear Steve Quayle, I AM the ILLUMINATI
« Reply #45 on: January 25, 2011, 04:40:03 PM »
I was inspired by the first post in this thread to fire up software and generate a screed or two to contribute. I wonder what “lubricious” means!

Re: Dear Steve Quayle, I AM the ILLUMINATI
« Reply #46 on: February 11, 2011, 01:25:54 AM »
steve quayle's crazy ass is on tonight 2/11 ... they must be super hard up for guests if they keep reaching into the dumpster for this trash

Re: Dear Steve Quayle, I AM the ILLUMINATI
« Reply #47 on: February 11, 2011, 02:39:28 PM »
Wow, this morning (2/11) was the first time I actually listened to Steve Quayle and it was like standing in the middle of a Category 5 hurricane.  He was so worked up and and was going all over the fucking map.  It seemed like even Noory was like 'Man, wtf is wrong with you?'  I expected him to have a heart attack right there in the middle of his call.  I know he at least had to have one of those veins throbbing in his head...

Re: Dear Steve Quayle, I AM the ILLUMINATI
« Reply #48 on: April 06, 2011, 01:29:30 AM »
Well, we have a winner.  Quayle blamed the Illuminati (not Planet X or 2012) for the Japanese quake.  What I don't understand is why the Illuminati are heading underground to avoid global earthquake warfare.  Wouldn't they be safer living in the middle of a desert or prairie?
 
If anyone reading this is unfamiliar with Quayle, then have a look at this 1998 BBC report:

 
 
P.S. -- I had to turn off Quayle's interview tonight.  He's so crazy I'm starting to hear voices.  Good Night, Steve, wherever or whatever you are.
 

Steve Quayle
« Reply #49 on: April 06, 2011, 02:38:22 AM »
Regarding the C2C broadcast of April 5-6, 2011:

When Q mentions a person, a book, or God of "the bible," - I take a shot of Knob Creek whiskey.
When Q quotes verbatim scripture from "the bible," - I take a shot of Knob Creek whiskey.
When Q mentions the Illuminati - I take a shot of Knob Creek whiskey.

I'm so shit-faced right now.

My liver is pickled for Steve Quayle's sins.

Izz okay.... I used kosher sea salt and float effortlessly like a Talmudic Claussen pickle beast, rising from a churning vinegar sea in Revelation, Chapter 13.

It's not even the subject matter that makes me so nauseated... (I value passionate people who believe in something.)  Rather, it is the very timbre of the screeching motor-mouthed little harpy - his Silly Putty® brain thoughts resonating through chitinous Chicken Little beak even as I reach for yet another shot of Knob Creek.

And then . . . After each drink . . . I imitate the late great Fred Gwynne as emoted in Pet Sematary:

"Ayuh."

P.S. to MV - Led Zeppelin's Physical Graffiti has been located, tested, and goes out on April 6. You have my wyrd - but you will only believe it when you see it. If you already own a copy on 8T, I can only say that you can never own too many back up copies of Physical Graffiti.

(edit: WOW! Q just mentioned Stephen King's Christine.  Not quite Pet Sematary, but borderline synchronistic to bring up King at all after my post! Alas, I must be "riding with the gods.")

Re: How Steve Quayle Pickled My Liver
« Reply #50 on: April 06, 2011, 03:25:05 AM »
Regarding the C2C broadcast of April 5-6, 2011:

When Q mentions a person, a book, or God of "the bible," - I take a shot of Knob Creek whiskey.
When Q quotes verbatim scripture from "the bible," - I take a shot of Knob Creek whiskey.
When Q mentions the Illuminati - I take a shot of Knob Creek whiskey.

I'm so shit-faced right now.

My liver is pickled for Steve Quayle's sins.

Izz okay.... I used kosher sea salt and float effortlessly like a Talmudic Claussen pickle beast, rising from a churning vinegar sea in Revelation, Chapter 13.

It's not even the subject matter that makes me so nauseated... (I value passionate people who believe in something.)  Rather, it is the very timbre of the screeching motor-mouthed little harpy - his Silly Putty® brain thoughts resonating through chitinous Chicken Little beak even as I reach for yet another shot of Knob Creek.

And then . . . After each drink . . . I imitate the late great Fred Gwynne as emoted in Pet Sematary:

"Ayuh."



(edit: WOW! Q just mentioned Stephen King's Christine.  Not quite Pet Sematary, but borderline synchronistic to bring up King at all after my post! Alas, I must be "riding with the gods.")

Hello there, good to read you again.  Wondered where you disappeared to.
 
They are taking calls now, so you can probably skip to the chase and gulp down the rest of that whiskey.
   

Re: Dear Steve Quayle, I AM the ILLUMINATI
« Reply #51 on: April 06, 2011, 11:16:11 AM »
certifiable.  steve quayle is certifiable

Re: Dear Steve Quayle, I AM the ILLUMINATI
« Reply #52 on: April 07, 2011, 12:04:50 AM »
Did anyone happen to hear last night's final caller for Quayle?  It was an old woman who said she understood Quayle because her aunt tried to put her in "the nut house" when she was four years old for "knowing all of these things."
 
George Noory:  Scaring the lonely since 2003
 
 

Re: Dear Steve Quayle, I AM the ILLUMINATI
« Reply #53 on: April 07, 2011, 03:57:08 AM »
The final caller had a very interesting laugh, didn't she? And didn't she say she could give Noory more information over a drink? It was great live radio. Noory never knows how to respond to a "Wild Card."

The wow and flutter of Quayle's voice was intimidating to the peace in the meadow of my mind and it  disturbed all wild life there, even the overachieving millipedes. (I am sure Mops intuits my creative stab. The whole interview with Quayle was very much a trip to Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass.)

Steve Quayle must feel like a man on a sinking ship - warning as many as he can, as quickly as he can, before that final glint of a starry night reflects off the ship's hull just as it plunges into that "long good night."

A little Quayle goes a long way and speaking strictly from a professional programming point of view, C2C would do much better to use him several times a year as a first hour guest juxtaposed to three hour guests holding opposed views/beliefs.

This would not cure or even address the Noory infection but would represent an attempt toward mindful programming while utilizing a crazy ass guest.

That, and they need more cowbell.


Re: Dear Steve Quayle, I AM the ILLUMINATI
« Reply #54 on: April 07, 2011, 06:33:34 AM »
The final caller had a very interesting laugh, didn't she? And didn't she say she could give Noory more information over a drink? It was great live radio. Noory never knows how to respond to a "Wild Card."

The wow and flutter of Quayle's voice was intimidating to the peace in the meadow of my mind and it  disturbed all wild life there, even the overachieving millipedes. (I am sure Mops intuits my creative stab. The whole interview with Quayle was very much a trip to Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass.)

Steve Quayle must feel like a man on a sinking ship - warning as many as he can, as quickly as he can, before that final glint of a starry night reflects off the ship's hull just as it plunges into that "long good night."

A little Quayle goes a long way and speaking strictly from a professional programming point of view, C2C would do much better to use him several times a year as a first hour guest juxtaposed to three hour guests holding opposed views/beliefs.

This would not cure or even address the Noory infection but would represent an attempt toward mindful programming while utilizing a crazy ass guest.

That, and they need more cowbell.


A standing finger snap, Sir.  In fact, George reading your reviews and rebuttles would add a touch of class to the program.  Better yet he could get that deep-voiced Englishman to read than.
 
The caller's hopes of having George sweep her off her feet at the Munchkinland Bar and Grill was a rare, classic moment for George.  Bet he brings that up again.
 
And more cow bell indeed.  Words for living.
 

Re: Dear Steve Quayle, I AM the ILLUMINATI
« Reply #55 on: April 16, 2011, 08:22:37 PM »
Ian pwns Steve Quack.
 
Even if he doesn't think so.

Re: Dear Steve Quayle, I AM the ILLUMINATI
« Reply #56 on: April 17, 2011, 06:58:02 PM »
A standing finger snap, Sir.  In fact, George reading your reviews and rebuttles would add a touch of class to the program.  Better yet he could get that deep-voiced Englishman to read than.
 
The caller's hopes of having George sweep her off her feet at the Munchkinland Bar and Grill was a rare, classic moment for George.  Bet he brings that up again.
 
And more cow bell indeed.  Words for living.

Oh, Yeah-- I noticed that he chirps his little personal asides when female callers are on and he can't think of any meaningful rebuttal.  One of his fallbacks is, "Wouldn't she made a terrible date."

Is that what you think of when someone presents an argument you don't agree with?  Come ON, George, let us out of your ratcage head!  Who knows, maybe what he's doing when guests are speaking is cruising through Match.com....

OR WATCHING PORN!

Anagrammy

Re: Dear Steve Quayle, I AM the ILLUMINATI
« Reply #57 on: April 17, 2011, 09:09:16 PM »
i would love to see his browser history and his bookmarks.  scratch that.  those are sites i probably don't want to know about

Re: Dear Steve Quayle, I AM the ILLUMINATI
« Reply #58 on: April 28, 2011, 12:53:58 PM »
Now that Premiere is on his ass, I'll bet he has a special screen that always has Wikipedia up on it, trying to compensate for having no background in anything which could make a contribution except maybe in the vitamin area.  After all, it makes perfect sense that little George who spent so much time pondering the heavens with his little telescope and who was "hooked" on the paranormal at such an early age, having had an out of body experience, took that fascination and became a (astronomer?  geologist? meteorologist? weatherman? psychic researcher? paranormal investigator?) ...dentist.  But somehow went from there to broadcasting.

I'm a writer and learned fairly early that learning the craft was one thing.  Having something to say is quite another.  George Noory has developed a radio personality which fills a niche for lonely insomniacs.  It puts me to sleep, that's for sure, unless I'm actively working on a project.  I drift off murmering, "Something's going on, that's for sure, something's going on, that's for sure...."

Steve Quayle is the anti-Noory and the two of them do clash.  Quayle needs some meds and quick.  Don't think he doesn't have a prescription in the drawer, he is just non-compliant because he likes the buzz of the overheated paranoid mind.  There's a whole group of bipolar sufferers in Silicon Valley who have formed a support group--not for recovery or support--but to celebrate their mania cycles.  I am not making this up!  I was looking for such a group when I lived there and they told me they screen carefully (because they consider themselves superior) and most of them are software developers.

Anagrammy

Re: Dear Steve Quayle, I AM the ILLUMINATI
« Reply #59 on: April 28, 2011, 01:00:22 PM »
he likes the buzz of the overheated paranoid mind. 
Quayle is an amateur who can't handle his paranoia buzz.  He should stick to the beer and leave the mystic/manic shit to pros like me.