Author Topic: Richard Syrett  (Read 149912 times)

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Re: Richard Syrett
« Reply #1530 on: March 30, 2019, 06:32:47 PM »


Not one of my favorite topics, but Syrett is hosting again, so I'll try to be awake.

Re: Richard Syrett
« Reply #1531 on: March 30, 2019, 06:38:57 PM »
:)

I enjoyed last nights show a LOT!
It was an interesting show and Syrett actually takes callers and, for the most part, lets them talk. And not just the usual tried-and-true, frequent callers. And Maginnis is a good guy and right about China. Interesting to hear a radio host on national air be as strident as Syrett was against them. Refreshing. All these talking points about Russia in the media is really taking attention from a far more insidious enemy, or competitor, not that there still are no threats from Russia but thinking of the future.  There also is a potential "enemy within" with the sheer numbers of Chinese students, Chinese investments, Chinese real estate transactions, immigration, etc.

Re: Richard Syrett
« Reply #1532 on: March 31, 2019, 02:10:00 PM »


The "Paranormal Contractors" guy was a bullshiter and con man, worst I've heard on C2C in years.  His talk of designing ghost detectors and capturers based on his study of the Unified Field Theory and the Philadelphia Experiment was hysterical.  Ian would have destroyed this clown.


Re: Richard Syrett
« Reply #1533 on: March 31, 2019, 02:16:48 PM »
The "Paranormal Contractors" guy was a bullshiter and con man, worst I've heard on C2C in years.  His talk of designing ghost detectors and capturers based on his study of the Unified Field Theory and the Philadelphia Experiment was hysterical.  Ian would have destroyed this clown.

Sadly, the guest put me to sleep...

At least I got a good nights sleep LOL


Re: Richard Syrett
« Reply #1534 on: March 31, 2019, 04:15:22 PM »
The "Paranormal Contractors" guy was a bullshiter and con man, worst I've heard on C2C in years.  His talk of designing ghost detectors and capturers based on his study of the Unified Field Theory and the Philadelphia Experiment was hysterical.  Ian would have destroyed this clown.
But, according to what I heard Syrett just say,  his "device" was designed to "look like the Ark of the Covenant" and the other "some kind of combination of Tesla coils and a crossbow!"   ;D But guest comes back explaining it has "a crucifix: and a "center of Seraphim" and an "X-Box Center" "that shoots out millions of infrared beams," according to guest and "aura camera," who, somehow, get government contracts to clean up sites.  Come on, Uncle. Crazy is what C2C is all about.  ;)

I just got two lawn bags of POLLEN ONLY off the deck and driveway, going to address the leaves, again, soon. We got crazy situation down here where our Live Oaks trees lose leaves in spring. Along with the pollen that this year is coming off in waves.

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Re: Richard Syrett
« Reply #1539 on: Yesterday at 10:21:22 PM »
His recent C2C was ok. Mild-mannered Canadian talking with a new-agey Brit about Crop Circles. Not jarring on the ears when trimming some of my bushes and etc. Funny she said that crop circles could cure things like hay fever! But got back in for some water and open lines and those were pretty fun. Almost Art-like. Some good callers and stories. Every complex solution to an issue that could be, possibly explain more simply,   to people complaining that "aliens aren't everything" and coming up with more complex theories. And creepy stories like a mental patient standing on a wall and some others. All taken with aplomp by a mild-mannered Canadian. That guy, and the Bigfoot caller, should be a future guest with him because fun, crazy stuff.