I'm afraid that I may have dropped the ball a bit on this one guys.....Tues. April 29
Behind The Secret Door!
First hour starts of with open lines, followed by 6 mystery guests - one every half hour.
In the news at the top of the show, we hear about events in the Uma Thurman stalker case, and George let's us know that he understands exactly how she feels because he's had "an individual" e-mailing him for a couple years, and who finally showed up to a conference he was at. I just hope is wasn't AXEGRINDER. The evil portent, Tahiti Village w/ Roseanne, starts off the first commercial break. Open lines first caller asks about Ed Dames and in a moment of clarity, George promises to "..get Ed Dames on soon and hold his feet to the fire regarding his predicted Kill Shot. When is it coming?
" For this, I'll give him a temporary 'stache an' a half. He can keep the rating if he follows through. George later relates a story of visiting a local restaurant and being shocked at how empty it was on a Monday. He hangs out for awhile, analyzing customer flow, or the lack thereof, when the owner tells him that this situation is becoming more and more the norm as he feels people have less and less disposable income. While at the restaurant, how does George inject a little economic energy into that restaurant? By enjoying a salad and sipping an iced tea. "Hey big spender....
". I hope he tipped well.
Do you ever get the feeling that there are long lines at asylum pay-phones whenever George has an open lines night.Guest 1
- Glynis McCant
. The name might say it all. "The Numbers Lady" shares her numerical wisdom and wit in discussing current events and George's numbers. George speaks again about his (shattered) dream to be Wilhelm cum Plimpton by trying out for the Twins and using the dreaded "Coast-to-Coast Knuckleball". McCant refers back to this example of George's behavior 3 more times, and remembers each time that it's a knuckleball, leading me to believe that McCant is head over heels in love w/ George. Note*** It's just a theory right now.
She tells George at one point Angelina Jolie would be the perfect match for him. Did I already tell you I think she loves George? "She Was Blinded by the
(Worker in the) Light.."
. McCant tells us that current media darling Rev. Jeremiah Wright's number tells us he's an outspoken person, just like Jack Nicholson, who shares the same number. What evidence does McCant use to show us Jack Nicholson is an outspoken person? "Just look a his character and lines from the movie "A Few Good Men""
. O-M-G Guest 2
- Dr. Robert Zubrin
. Doc Zubrin speaks about a possible Saudi low-ball buyout of America, and tells us that we can have more then enough corn to make ethanol a viable fuel soucre, we just need to grow MORE corn.Guest 3
- Alex Jones
. Earl must have been in heaven. Of course, this is where we get our first Illuminati mention of the night. George does his fantastic Alex Jones impression, and Alex tells us that jackbooted federal soldiers are getting ready for economy related riots and breaking up our families and sending us to FEMA camps.
This is where I dropped the ball. Alex Jones and George Noory at the same time caused some type of sensory overload and I woke up on my living room floor, in a puddle of drool, at 1 o'clock this afternoon. I guess "..I CAN'T HANDLE THE TRUTH!". (Am I outspoken like Rev. Wright and Jack Nicholson?). Or maybe I should have worn my Velostat thought-screen cap. Anyone else who did listen to the rest of the show, feel free to add to this. I know I missed Cal Orey, David Icke, and Dr. Louis Turi
Tonights George's gem of the night is special, because it's not from George Noory, but from good ol' George W. ABC news updates of a meeting where the Prez addressed oil prices has W saying " If there's a magic wand and you could say "Okay, Price Down!", I'd do it."
I love this guy. Noory gets a full 3 'staches for playing Kyu Sakamoto's Sukiyaki
(I LOVE that song).