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George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« Reply #84120 on: November 16, 2017, 12:25:30 AM »
GN 11/13/2197 20:06:34.  "Brain implant boosting human memories by mimicking how we learn.  An incredible story!  They are implanting the brain in human beings, in, its increasing their memory. Another remarkable, remarkable (tries to stifle laughter) story in medicine."

If he can laugh, I don't see why we shouldn't.  I hear newscasters make mistakes all the time.  But George's are so delicious!  Anyone who doesn't listen is missing some really good giggles!

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« Reply #84121 on: November 16, 2017, 12:27:54 AM »
Yes they do!

And so does having flies in the house from a maggot infested squashed squirrel left under the bed when he left for St Louis for a month, falling into a mudhole while on the road with no change of clothes, having ants swarm out from under his bar-b-que grill when he lifted the lid, stomping hamsters, spending his afternoons on the Queen Mary trying to impress the lady selling tickets, eluding the clutches of Mexican kidnappers, curing cancer (twice!) with a mere touch, running down a dine-n-dasher and holding him at gunpoint for the police, running multiple businesses into the ground, defending himself against multiple civil suites, and running ahead of an elderly frail acquantance while out to dinner causing him to fall trying to keep up and becoming permanently disabled.

George has led a varied life, mostly moving from one creepy incident to the next.
What about getting locked out of his own studio while on break during showtime!  I cant believe they dont have a loo in the studio!  And the time his ex-wife boss found out he dissed ex-wives on the air, and made him announce the next day, that she would be joining him for his monthly live fan chat....

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« Reply #84122 on: November 16, 2017, 12:35:01 AM »
The other day Justin called in and Noory referred to him as "Jus."  Nobody does that.  Yes his habit of changing names is odd, but..."Jus?"  What if Adam calls in?  Will he be referred to as Ad or Addy?  I think Noory alters the names to make it seem 'buddy buddy' to the caller.
Between "Jus" and Giz", the last coupls of nights, he is stepping into weird territory.


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« Reply #84123 on: November 16, 2017, 12:55:28 AM »
You know they are prohibited by law from doing so, right?
The hospital I worked at was allowed to order epsom salts, and they did after I intervened.  I also helped other patients who had been denied expectorant (mucous relief cough syrup).  It was just laziness and indoctrination that prevented the patient from getting what they needed.

MRSA is usually found in hospitals.  It takes real lives.  The victims are as dead as if someone murdered them.  But, MRSA can be scientifically killed by all sorts of harmless natural things, or combinations of them.  The acid/alkaline diet, garlic, echinechea, tee tree oil, homeopathic salves, UV light, maybe oxygen therapies, strengthening the immune system (rest, digestive aids), and evidently someone here said clay.  Has anyone tried vinegar?  Deadly bacterial infections can also be cured with proper tending:. Constant soaks, poultices, masques, OTC, sunlight, etc...  Laws should not be passed which discourage educating patients and saving lives.  These patients may have dependents who need them.  They might skillfully serve in professions short on people.  They are loved.  Their lives have meaning and value.  Yet, no one even tells them that MRSA might die if they simply make a few temporary dietary changes, like alternating days of eating acid-producing food with days of eating alkaline-generating foods.


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« Reply #84124 on: November 16, 2017, 12:58:05 AM »
he just smokes ciggs.
Was he just tired late at night?  Does he always talk so sllwly, with pauses between words?  I don't know much about him, because when he got slow, I would turn it off.

George Noory: Yes, A False Sense Of Importnace; Creepy As Heck To Boot
« Reply #84125 on: November 16, 2017, 01:18:04 AM »
Yes, George Noory is a real miracle. I think his constant "renaming" of people has less to do with trying to be "buddies" with peoploe, but more at him thinking if he says that's your name, well, that's your name. Because he says so. It's all about him. What a narcissist.

Every time that guy gets out of his own little world and the falsities it depends on, then tries to do something in our "real world," he gets one heck of a humbling. Then retreats back to this own, little world, which that insecure, lying, selfish, vindictive and downright mean guy "rules" like "Lucifer In Hell." That man has few redeeming characteristics, but clings to the delusion he actually knows something in the world.

I recall his unjust attack he basically ordered his stupid, ignorant fans to commit on a U.S. Congressman. Encouraging harassment, trying to employ some "power" that he doesn't hold, then falling back after it failed and realized he sunk his own self in the process. What a f*ck.

And tonight with the "Fake News" program? "The King Of Fake News" in Noory is one to talk. Like his "partnership" with a paid sponsor that is not a licensed medical clinic, but simply a Youngevity independent distributor, which apparently a small radio station in Santa Cruz operates. The name "criticalhealthnews(dot)com" is deceptive enough. It's not a "news" website, nor is his "alternative-health programs" meant to "help people." It's an online store and only out to sucker gullible people into believing the crap they advance.

And Noory, by the way, you fail to air proper disclaimers, and perhaps proper disclosures. That could make yourself, your program and Premiere Networks civilly responsible for any damages done in the name of your "medical truth." Remember that. If you are trying to get your network and any affiliates failing to air their disclaimers sued, you are doing a good job of perhaps making that a reality.

Fake News? That's all Noory is. The failed Hollywood wannabe, the hanger-on to every celebrity who is fool enough to say even "hello" to that guy, and an insult to your profession with your lack of effort and nonstop questionable, predatory "schemes" that have become the trademark of the modern day "Coast To Coast AM."
   

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« Reply #84126 on: November 16, 2017, 01:34:41 AM »
Those are the high points and the cliff hangars.  Yeah, a real roller coaster ride!

How many people do you know of who drove off from a gas station with the hose still attached to the gas tank?

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« Reply #84127 on: November 16, 2017, 01:40:25 AM »
George is amazed the miserable rat eating haters are still stealing electricity from their neighbors, for use in their own mud huts. 

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« Reply #84128 on: November 16, 2017, 02:01:32 AM »
George is amazed the miserable rat eating haters are still stealing electricity from their neighbors, for use in their own mud huts.
Hah!  When I read your post, this ad popped up at the bottom of my screen.  Nice!

George Noory: Does That Mean "Coast To Coast AM" Accepts Medical Responsibility?
« Reply #84129 on: November 16, 2017, 02:03:02 AM »
The hospital I worked at was allowed to order epsom salts, and they did after I intervened.  I also helped other patients who had been denied expectorant (mucous relief cough syrup).  It was just laziness and indoctrination that prevented the patient from getting what they needed.

But know licensed medical providers have to operate under laws. Are you saying it's "OK" for George Noory to bring on paid sponsors, claim it's a "medical show" in which people call in and receive solid medical "recommendations"? Is that kind of nonsense what you are defending?

We are not here to argue whether licensed medical providers are right and wrong. We know of a certain overnight radio program that hosts guests that steer people away from doctors, act like a medical provider and then only recommend -- basically order -- such suckers to buy the unproven crap they sell at outrageous prices at that "criticalhealthnews(dot)com".

OK. Where is their legal responsibilities in that? Know that no disclaimers are aired that indicates the views of the host and the guests are for informational purposes only and not meant to replace consultation with a medical provider. Then, further, at daring to label callers as their "patients," sans ever seeing the person themselves, taking vital signs or drawing blood to be tested, sans any paperwork every licensed-medical provider requires...and you are OK with that? I'm not.

Again, the way those "alternative-health programs" are conducted should be scrutinized. If that's "news" or objective, editorial matter, I'm a monkey's uncle. Noory likes to brag about "the handful of emails he receives" for those who have been "helped," even though we never know whether they had a condition in the first place, but what about hearing from those who were lied to, cheated and maybe harmed? Not a word, huh?

I encourage people who suspect something shady going on to file a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission over "Coast To Coast AM" and its association with "criticalhealthnews(dot)com."
Noory likes to brag "people will burn" or how he stands for the light and truth, but he is one to be questioned himself. The guy is a known fake. The guy thinks just because he "says it," it must be true. Baloney. He is not a nice person. That's obvious. He cares nothing about the health and welfare of his listeners. He talks and he talks. That's all he does.

He is out to sell you a bill of goods. That's his mode of operation, using the argumentum ad hominem in response to anyone who sees through him and that program. If he really cared, he'd air proper disclaimers and even perhaps fully disclose any and all business ties with that "criticalhealthnews(dot)com" sponsor, or Youngevity International itself, or whether "anything of value" is being exchanged for such "news" programs aired under Premiere Networks.

Check the "Coast" Twitter feed. Are any such posts sponsored? In other words, are sponsors having "news" posts inserted alongside the program's "editorial matter?" Sans disclosure that such posts are from a paid sponsor? Are they. If so, that's a big no-no -- one that could weaken the program's First Amendment rights. Ask any capable mass-media attorneys. They'll tell you the same things I am.

You've heard it from Noory himself: "All we want to do is help one person." One person? Imagine any licensed medical provider who claimed that? Any hospital? Just one? Noory implies that even if one thousand people seek out that snake-oil, and nine-hundred-and-ninety-nine get cheated, that's "OK" with him and his guests. Huh? Is that what you are defending? I hope not, in the name of proven medical science.

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« Reply #84130 on: November 16, 2017, 02:05:48 AM »

George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« Reply #84131 on: November 16, 2017, 03:22:06 AM »
Was he just tired late at night?  Does he always talk so sllwly, with pauses between words?  I don't know much about him, because when he got slow, I would turn it off.


I'm not entirely sure if he was tired, but that's some what his style. I understand, not everyone will enjoy what ONE brings to the table.

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« Reply #84132 on: November 16, 2017, 03:30:20 AM »
the doo doo bird caller @ 3:25 CST...too good lol. no one suspected a thing!

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« Reply #84133 on: November 16, 2017, 03:32:35 AM »
Only food grade diatomaceous eart fully diluted from time to time.  But there is a knack to it, and it is kind of hazardous if not diluted fully, or if the dust that is stirred up gets accidently inhaled.  Clay, huh.  Clay feels cool!
partake safely  :)

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« Reply #84134 on: November 16, 2017, 05:01:06 AM »
the doo doo bird caller @ 3:25 CST...too good lol. no one suspected a thing!

I didn't realize that the doo doo birds helped build the pyramids.  Wow.  That caller was out there.  LOL!  Has that person called in before?

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« Reply #84135 on: November 16, 2017, 05:45:08 AM »
Don't forget he had the "opportunity" to drive by the home of the child Ramsey murder and "ponder the events."
Ah, yes.  And we must add the horrific turtle slamming, as well.  Has Whorch written... err, I mean, has somebody else written Whorch's biography, yet?  I sense a new book in the making, "Thuh Life and Times of Jorch Noory, Beeyond Beeleef!"


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« Reply #84136 on: November 16, 2017, 05:52:28 AM »
Yes, George Noory is a real miracle. I think his constant "renaming" of people has less to do with trying to be "buddies" with peoploe, but more at him thinking if he says that's your name, well, that's your name. Because he says so. It's all about him. What a narcissist....


That would be close to my assessment.  There's also a control aspect about it, with Jorch being the insecure jerk that he is.  Who wouldn't be insecure if they were as incompetent as Jorch?

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« Reply #84137 on: November 16, 2017, 07:23:55 AM »
Only food grade diatomaceous eart fully diluted from time to time.  But there is a knack to it, and it is kind of hazardous if not diluted fully, or if the dust that is stirred up gets accidently inhaled.  Clay, huh.  Clay feels cool!

I have a cousin who gives her kids (toddler aged) diatomaceous earth for like upset stomachs and sundry ailments. She posts about it on Facebook. Since then diatomaceous earth has become a running joke among the rest of the family.

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« Reply #84138 on: November 16, 2017, 07:29:37 AM »
MRSA can be scientifically killed by all sorts of harmless natural things...UV light

Of course. High intensity UV light is used in sewage treatment plants to kill pathogens in treated sewage water before its discharged out.

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« Reply #84139 on: November 16, 2017, 07:58:17 AM »
That is correct, hi mike.

Hi. Just heard the entire interview, you did a good job.

Hehe... John said that he was pulling in 1.2 million listeners on Saturday night when he was still host of C2C.  More listeners than the whole week combined (the ones Noory hosted) during that period. He said that made some people upset... hmm, i wonder who.

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« Reply #84140 on: November 16, 2017, 08:11:57 AM »
Was he just tired late at night?  Does he always talk so sllwly, with pauses between words?  I don't know much about him, because when he got slow, I would turn it off.

Don't know what you're talking about. I've never encountered this with John Wells.

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« Reply #84141 on: November 16, 2017, 08:16:13 AM »
Hi. Just heard the entire interview, you did a good job.

Hehe... John said that he was pulling in 1.2 million listeners on Saturday night when he was still host of C2C.  More listeners than the whole week combined (the ones Noory hosted) during that period. He said that made some people upset... hmm, i wonder who.
I'm not a big John Wells fan but a Google of "John Wells George Noory" didn't pop-up a dynamic duo shot with both of them, at least in the first dozen images or so.  Is there a photo out there of John B. playing grab-ass with Noory, like some C2C "jokes" we know?   ;)




George Noory: Does That Mean "Coast To Coast AM" Accepts Medical Responsibility?
« Reply #84142 on: November 16, 2017, 08:39:32 AM »
But know licensed medical providers have to operate under laws. Are you saying it's "OK" for George Noory to bring on paid sponsors, claim it's a "medical show" in which people call in and receive solid medical "recommendations"? Is that kind of nonsense what you are defending?

We are not here to argue whether licensed medical providers are right and wrong. We know of a certain overnight radio program that hosts guests that steer people away from doctors, act like a medical provider and then only recommend -- basically order -- such suckers to buy the unproven crap they sell at outrageous prices at that "criticalhealthnews(dot)com".

OK. Where is their legal responsibilities in that? Know that no disclaimers are aired that indicates the views of the host and the guests are for informational purposes only and not meant to replace consultation with a medical provider. Then, further, at daring to label callers as their "patients," sans ever seeing the person themselves, taking vital signs or drawing blood to be tested, sans any paperwork every licensed-medical provider requires...and you are OK with that? I'm not.

Again, the way those "alternative-health programs" are conducted should be scrutinized. If that's "news" or objective, editorial matter, I'm a monkey's uncle. Noory likes to brag about "the handful of emails he receives" for those who have been "helped," even though we never know whether they had a condition in the first place, but what about hearing from those who were lied to, cheated and maybe harmed? Not a word, huh?

I encourage people who suspect something shady going on to file a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission over "Coast To Coast AM" and its association with "criticalhealthnews(dot)com."
Noory likes to brag "people will burn" or how he stands for the light and truth, but he is one to be questioned himself. The guy is a known fake. The guy thinks just because he "says it," it must be true. Baloney. He is not a nice person. That's obvious. He cares nothing about the health and welfare of his listeners. He talks and he talks. That's all he does.

He is out to sell you a bill of goods. That's his mode of operation, using the argumentum ad hominem in response to anyone who sees through him and that program. If he really cared, he'd air proper disclaimers and even perhaps fully disclose any and all business ties with that "criticalhealthnews(dot)com" sponsor, or Youngevity International itself, or whether "anything of value" is being exchanged for such "news" programs aired under Premiere Networks.

Check the "Coast" Twitter feed. Are any such posts sponsored? In other words, are sponsors having "news" posts inserted alongside the program's "editorial matter?" Sans disclosure that such posts are from a paid sponsor? Are they. If so, that's a big no-no -- one that could weaken the program's First Amendment rights. Ask any capable mass-media attorneys. They'll tell you the same things I am.

You've heard it from Noory himself: "All we want to do is help one person." One person? Imagine any licensed medical provider who claimed that? Any hospital? Just one? Noory implies that even if one thousand people seek out that snake-oil, and nine-hundred-and-ninety-nine get cheated, that's "OK" with him and his guests. Huh? Is that what you are defending? I hope not, in the name of proven medical science.

I found this nugget in the show notes that i meant to post last week but forgot to. I also heard Wallach spew this crap on 11/8 show:

"When it comes to the problem of scoliosis (curvature of the spine), one of the techniques he's (Wallach) found to be helpful is to hang people upside down on inversion tables."

That's right. Wallach and one of his many miracle cures. Let's just get rid of the medical specialties of Neuro-Surgery and Spine Specialist. They're no longer needed... Just ask "Doc" Wallet!

He even stated that those who elect surgery to correct their spinal condition, that that's akin to medieval torture because they "stick rods in your back" that make people scream. Hmm.. I wonder if he's ever heard of anesthesia before and during surgery?

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« Reply #84143 on: November 16, 2017, 08:46:07 AM »
I'm not a big John Wells fan but a Google of "John Wells George Noory" didn't pop-up a dynamic duo shot with both of them, at least in the first dozen images or so.  Is there a photo out there of John B. playing grab-ass with Noory, like some C2C "jokes" we know?   ;)



Not that i know of.

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« Reply #84144 on: November 16, 2017, 08:51:14 AM »
Not that i know of.
I kind of doubt there are any "family" shots, at least not as friendly as Jorch and Yimmy.

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« Reply #84145 on: November 16, 2017, 11:49:46 AM »
The other day Justin called in and Noory referred to him as "Jus."  Nobody does that.  Yes his habit of changing names is odd, but..."Jus?"  What if Adam calls in?  Will he be referred to as Ad or Addy?  I think Noory alters the names to make it seem 'buddy buddy' to the caller.

I'll add - from somewhere in the last few nights - Wayne, whom Joorch re-christened 'Wayne-o'. It's beyond weird.

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« Reply #84146 on: November 16, 2017, 12:00:00 PM »
Joorch in fine Mr Magoo form last night, attempting to recount the story of the Cali shooter.
He described the gunman as 'shooting seven locations', added that the body of his wife was found 'in the floorboards' before concluding that her death 'may have been spurred the rest of the onslaught'.

And meanders onwards like nothing happened. How does it fail to register, when your job is communicating directly with your audience, that you have just been talking nonsensical gibberish?

-GNS

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« Reply #84147 on: November 16, 2017, 12:33:05 PM »
I'll add - from somewhere in the last few nights - Wayne, whom Joorch re-christened 'Wayne-o'. It's beyond weird.


"No Way!"

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« Reply #84148 on: November 16, 2017, 12:42:36 PM »


"No Way!"

Every time I see that John Lennon poster hanging in George's office, I wonder if he even knows who it is

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« Reply #84149 on: November 16, 2017, 12:52:54 PM »
Hi. Just heard the entire interview, you did a good job.

Hehe... John said that he was pulling in 1.2 million listeners on Saturday night when he was still host of C2C.  More listeners than the whole week combined (the ones Noory hosted) during that period. He said that made some people upset... hmm, i wonder who.

John is correct, the guy was pulling huge numbers that the company hasn't seen in years. I'm pretty sure there was jealousy as there is in every business, it's a shame really. I stopped completely listening to c2c awhile back.

Thank you for the compliment and if you are interested.... here is some John Lear for you