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Re: Michael Savage
« Reply #390 on: June 24, 2017, 11:22:29 PM »
Settled out of court in March, details not released

Re: Michael Savage
« Reply #391 on: June 24, 2017, 11:59:05 PM »
Settled out of court in March, details not released

jeez, Not even "conspiracy" theories, like Art was confronted by Savage (his lawyers) with a very-VERY compromising material and on the spot shit himself and withdrew that stupid baseless lawsuit.
Savage said that this material will be made public and Art would be destroyed completely.

I think that's what took place at that "settlement" meeting.
It was very stinky there, and Airyiean didn't had spare diapers for Art, so he had to walk very funny back to his hotel lol

Re: Michael Savage
« Reply #392 on: June 25, 2017, 02:20:00 AM »
Settled out of court in March, details not released

Savage must have wrote him a check then.  ;)

Re: Michael Savage
« Reply #393 on: June 25, 2017, 02:23:56 AM »
Savage must have wrote him a check then.  ;)
I KNOW THAT YOU KNOW THAT WE KNOW THAT YOU KIDDING, ::)

Re: Michael Savage
« Reply #394 on: June 25, 2017, 02:25:31 AM »
I KNOW THAT YOU KNOW THAT WE KNOW THAT YOU KIDDING, ::)

What do you think settled out of court means?  :D

Re: Michael Savage
« Reply #395 on: June 25, 2017, 02:34:08 AM »
What do you think settled out of court means?  :D
Not necessary writing a cheque.
My "conspiracy" concept is prime example, I produce some hard core 'new' info or ultimatum and if it's convincing you will remove your lawsuit and call it "settled"
No?

Re: Michael Savage
« Reply #396 on: June 25, 2017, 02:40:10 AM »
Not necessary writing a cheque.
My "conspiracy" concept is prime example, I produce some hard core 'new' info or ultimatum and if it's convincing you will remove your lawsuit and call it "settled"
No?

No. If that were the case it would've been reported as the plaintiff withdrew the case. Settled out of court can only mean that Savage's lawyer agreed to pay Bell's lawyer a certain amount if Bell won't proceed with the case, usually under certain conditions like a NDC clause and such. The only question is how much. I'm guessing probably somewhere between 100-200 grand, which to Savage is probably about as painful as a mosquito bite. It was annoying for a couple days but certainly won't wreck him.  ;)

Re: Michael Savage
« Reply #397 on: June 25, 2017, 03:58:45 AM »
No. If that were the case it would've been reported as the plaintiff withdrew the case. Settled out of court can only mean that Savage's lawyer agreed to pay Bell's lawyer a certain amount if Bell won't proceed with the case, usually under certain conditions like a NDC clause and such. The only question is how much. I'm guessing probably somewhere between 100-200 grand, which to Savage is probably about as painful as a mosquito bite. It was annoying for a couple days but certainly won't wreck him.  ;)

How about money-cheque Savage paid Art in promise not to release 'certain' info about Art and make it public.
I think you can settle out of court with cash, gold, diamonds, sexual favors,..or with not releasing damaging info.
And I don't think that judge and court needs to know how it was settled.
The plaintiff (plaintiff's lawyer) would just announce to the court that they settled.
Do you think that this is not a possible scenario?

Why would Savage settle a case that Art had no chance winning?
I'm shocked that court even agreed for this idiotic case being filed in the first place.

I don't know, but for a billionaire like Savage to settle out of court such baseless case is in my mind a no-no.
Art had nothing to back up his claims.
I'm sure Savage produced some 'evidence' some twist to it that Art capitulated.

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Re: Michael Savage
« Reply #398 on: June 25, 2017, 04:39:47 AM »
How about money-cheque Savage paid Art in promise not to release 'certain' info about Art and make it public.
I think you can settle out of court with cash, gold, diamonds, sexual favors,..or with not releasing damaging info.
And I don't think that judge and court needs to know how it was settled.
The plaintiff (plaintiff's lawyer) would just announce to the court that they settled.
Do you think that this is not a possible scenario?

Why would Savage settle a case that Art had no chance winning?
I'm shocked that court even agreed for this idiotic case being filed in the first place.

I don't know, but for a billionaire like Savage to settle out of court such baseless case is in my mind a no-no.
Art had nothing to back up his claims.
I'm sure Savage produced some 'evidence' some twist to it that Art capitulated.

Settlement (litigation)
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Settlement_(litigation)

What does it mean to settle out of court?
5 Answers
https://www.quora.com/What-does-it-mean-to-settle-out-of-court

Nope. It's all about money when lawyers are involved. Savage's lawyer must've thought it would be better to settle than to attempt to defend his client in court. Take from that what you will.

Re: Michael Savage
« Reply #399 on: June 25, 2017, 04:49:09 AM »
Nope. It's all about money when lawyers are involved. Savage's lawyer must've thought it would be better to settle than to attempt to defend his client in court. Take from that what you will.

but we don't know that for 100% sure,right?

Re: Michael Savage
« Reply #400 on: August 14, 2017, 11:03:32 PM »
Doc Savage uttered a Nooryism on today's show -- he said Robert E. Lee & Abraham Lincoln became friends after the Civil War.

Re: Michael Savage
« Reply #401 on: September 04, 2017, 01:46:35 PM »
Has his web page/site been hacked ? It doesn't load the usual news items - just "Sponsored Links"

Re: Michael Savage
« Reply #402 on: September 04, 2017, 01:53:00 PM »
Has his web page/site been hacked ? It doesn't load the usual news items - just "Sponsored Links"

I think he is in the middle of creating a new site and moving everything over

Re: Michael Savage
« Reply #403 on: September 04, 2017, 02:22:47 PM »
Doc Savage uttered a Nooryism on today's show -- he said Robert E. Lee & Abraham Lincoln became friends after the Civil War.
Of course, good buddies in the afterlife.  Just ask Jorch's buddy, Rosemary Guiley.  Maybe even Jorch, himself, can confirm it.


Re: Michael Savage
« Reply #404 on: February 27, 2018, 06:19:16 AM »

Re: Michael Savage
« Reply #405 on: February 27, 2018, 09:26:29 AM »
I enjoy listening to Savage. It's like hearing a wined up uncle pontificate after thanksgiving dinner. When he announced that he's considering running to replace Nancy P he went on and on about California's issues- state taxes, homeless hordes, poo in the streets, Moonbeam's choochoo train to nowhere. The thing that struck me is that every issue he discussed was a state matter and not a federal mandate. Based on his own agenda it seems that the only way to affect positive change in those particular areas would be if he were elected to the CA assembly and not the US House of Representatives . Perhaps his ego is overshooting the target.

Re: Michael Savage
« Reply #406 on: February 27, 2018, 10:52:04 AM »
I enjoy listening to Savage. It's like hearing a wined up uncle pontificate after thanksgiving dinner. When he announced that he's considering running to replace Nancy P he went on and on about California's issues- state taxes, homeless hordes, poo in the streets, Moonbeam's choochoo train to nowhere. The thing that struck me is that every issue he discussed was a state matter and not a federal mandate. Based on his own agenda it seems that the only way to affect positive change in those particular areas would be if he were elected to the CA assembly and not the US House of Representatives . Perhaps his ego is overshooting the target.

Oh God, YES!  Do it, Michael please DO IT!!!  ;D

Re: Michael Savage
« Reply #407 on: February 27, 2018, 10:57:49 AM »
Of course, good buddies in the afterlife.  Just ask Jorch's buddy, Rosemary Guiley.  Maybe even Jorch, himself, can confirm it.



And all this time I thought that book was about Noory's life as a radio host from the perspective of the callers. ::)

Re: Michael Savage
« Reply #408 on: February 27, 2018, 01:19:11 PM »
I enjoy listening to Savage. It's like hearing a wined up uncle pontificate after thanksgiving dinner. When he announced that he's considering running to replace Nancy P he went on and on about California's issues- state taxes, homeless hordes, poo in the streets, Moonbeam's choochoo train to nowhere. The thing that struck me is that every issue he discussed was a state matter and not a federal mandate. Based on his own agenda it seems that the only way to affect positive change in those particular areas would be if he were elected to the CA assembly and not the US House of Representatives . Perhaps his ego is overshooting the target.

I thought the same.  If he were serious, he'd talk about runnig for governor but that doesn't play as well on a national radio show

Re: Michael Savage
« Reply #409 on: February 27, 2018, 01:30:25 PM »
Unfortunately with the 10,000,000 illegal aliens in CA, 5,000,000 who for DemoKKKRat, he’d never win. Republicans are doomed on a statewide level in CA. If by some chance he won, it would be like Ben Kenobi being struck down in Star Wars. He’d become more powerful than we could possibly imagine.

It is funny when you consider CA is by far the largest most powerful state. We had the same 2 DemoKKKRat senators for a quarter of a century. Can you name a single thing either did? They didn’t author any significant bills. They didn’t author any insignificant bills. They weren’t leaders of any kind on the public stage. Outside of magically accumulating nearly a quarter of a billion in wealth, they did nothing.

Re: Michael Savage
« Reply #410 on: February 27, 2018, 03:21:15 PM »
Unfortunately with the 10,000,000 illegal aliens in CA, 5,000,000 who for DemoKKKRat, he’d never win. Republicans are doomed on a statewide level in CA. If by some chance he won, it would be like Ben Kenobi being struck down in Star Wars. He’d become more powerful than we could possibly imagine.

It is funny when you consider CA is by far the largest most powerful state. We had the same 2 DemoKKKRat senators for a quarter of a century. Can you name a single thing either did? They didn’t author any significant bills. They didn’t author any insignificant bills. They weren’t leaders of any kind on the public stage. Outside of magically accumulating nearly a quarter of a billion in wealth, they did nothing.
At least Kalifornia blessed us with a dingbat rep in the House who's provided us with endless entertainment.


Re: Michael Savage
« Reply #411 on: February 27, 2018, 03:45:59 PM »
I enjoy listening to Savage. It's like hearing a wined up uncle pontificate after thanksgiving dinner. When he announced that he's considering running to replace Nancy P he went on and on about California's issues- state taxes, homeless hordes, poo in the streets, Moonbeam's choochoo train to nowhere. The thing that struck me is that every issue he discussed was a state matter and not a federal mandate. Based on his own agenda it seems that the only way to affect positive change in those particular areas would be if he were elected to the CA assembly and not the US House of Representatives . Perhaps his ego is overshooting the target.

I read he was thinking of running for senate. Feinstein’s seat. But your points are valid. Plus he is pretty old himself.

Re: Michael Savage
« Reply #412 on: February 27, 2018, 03:50:45 PM »
I read he was thinking of running for senate. Feinstein’s seat. But your points are valid. Plus he is pretty old himself.

He's still got fire in his belly.  Look at Shatner, he's even older and still working it like a maniac.

Re: Michael Savage
« Reply #413 on: February 27, 2018, 03:55:45 PM »
He's still got fire in his belly.  Look at Shatner, he's even older and still working it like a maniac.
I didn't realize he's 75.  I thought he was closer to 70.  You're right, though.  Nothing like a Savage on fire.  Don't get him started about meatballs.  ;) ;D

Re: Michael Savage
« Reply #414 on: February 27, 2018, 06:39:08 PM »
He's still got fire in his belly.

Probably from the bad prochuto he gets in daily city.

Re: Michael Savage
« Reply #415 on: February 27, 2018, 08:08:17 PM »
I'd be surprised to see Mike run.  He would have to give up his radio show and I can't see that happening because it's his bread and butter.  He considered running for mayor of San Fran (I think it was mayor) a number of years back but he didn't do it because he didn't want to stop doing his show.  Plus he always says how he couldn't be a politician because they lie and do behind the scenes deals and they are backstabbers, etc. It would be fun to see him run, but no, I really don't see it happening.       

Re: Michael Savage
« Reply #416 on: March 01, 2018, 04:07:11 AM »
If he doesn't run the Nuge should just buy some property there and run. Governor Nugent has a nice ring to it! 8)


Re: Michael Savage
« Reply #417 on: April 04, 2018, 02:28:33 PM »
In speaking of how everyone is truly self absorbed, Savage quoted someone today: “happiness is getting your hair cut every two weeks and watching your neighbor fall off the roof”.

Lmao!

Re: Michael Savage
« Reply #418 on: April 23, 2018, 02:14:37 PM »
I can't believe Savage is actually on the radio today. He's broadcasting from D.C. where he's a guest at the White House for the Macron state dinner. He never resists an opportunity to take the day off.

Savage and Bell are the same age and a lot alike. I recently learned of Savage's remarks about Bell and the ensuing lawsuit. I'm surprised Savage didn't just apologize.

Savage seems to hate what he does most days. He longs to have a less-political format. He wants to talk about what he enjoys, just like Art, and a lot of their interests overlap. But Savage is such an angry SOB so much of the time that he could never develop a similar rapport with callers. Both exuded ego but Savage's often manifests in pretty uncomfortable radio.

Re: Michael Savage
« Reply #419 on: April 23, 2018, 02:19:23 PM »
I can't believe Savage is actually on the radio today. He's broadcasting from D.C. where he's a guest at the White House for the Macron state dinner. He never resists an opportunity to take the day off.

Savage and Bell are the same age and a lot alike. I recently learned of Savage's remarks about Bell and the ensuing lawsuit. I'm surprised Savage didn't just apologize.

Savage seems to hate what he does most days. He longs to have a less-political format. He wants to talk about what he enjoys, just like Art, and a lot of their interests overlap. But Savage is such an angry SOB so much of the time that he could never develop a similar rapport with callers. Both exuded ego but Savage's often manifests in pretty uncomfortable radio.

Michael tends to bring up scripture a lot.  If he had some type of device that measured the amount of listeners, the arrow would surely plummet as soon as he starts quoting the bible.