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Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« Reply #84090 on: November 13, 2017, 11:09:56 PM »
Why?  Why?  Obviously he charmed Nancy's pants off, and kept his arm around her husband's shoulders!

Or offered them money

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« Reply #84091 on: November 13, 2017, 11:11:22 PM »
What radio do you like?  Ive seen you in other threads, but to be honest, I dont know much about those shows.

I don't listen to any of them, but the threads you see me on can be entertaining.

Ok, I'll listen to Chefist's Martinez Tonight, or Gabcast if MV is on or if Jaz were to ever do one.  I think that's about it.

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« Reply #84092 on: November 13, 2017, 11:14:10 PM »
I like listening to Nori for the same reason that Statler and Waldorf stayed in the balcony box watching the Muppet Show.





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Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« Reply #84093 on: November 13, 2017, 11:18:14 PM »
I don't listen to any of them, but the threads you see me on can be entertaining.

Ok, I'll listen to Chefist's Martinez Tonight, or Gabcast if MV is on or if Jaz were to ever do one.  I think that's about it.
I'll have to eventually check these out, thanks. 

Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« Reply #84094 on: November 13, 2017, 11:19:40 PM »
Or offered them money
Tee hee that would be so lame to have to pay to be in the middle!

Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« Reply #84095 on: November 14, 2017, 12:22:41 AM »
Well, we are off to a hilarious start! 

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« Reply #84096 on: November 14, 2017, 12:27:20 AM »
So that's a No on the English classes?
I can recite the alphabet backwards in less than 11 seconds!


Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« Reply #84098 on: November 14, 2017, 04:59:13 AM »
Thanks for sharing. Do you actually believe in crystals?
https://sites.google.com/site/mcrais/brain6
Abovs is a website I just found.

Aren't there crystals in radio?

Well, I think looking into crystal balls is more like "scrying" than it is like enjoying crystal communication.  And, scrying can be done with almost anything at all.  Most people, like George's relative, think of reading tea leaves when they think of scrying.  Anyhow, in fortune telling, the crystal ball is used because it it a reflective surface, or mesmerizing like a candle flame or even tea leaves if you are in a creative mindset.  When I look at the flecks in stones, like citrine or opals, it is a very intense yet quiet thing to do too.

As far as crystals, I have had a lot of them, mostly pretty small.  My experience with them is very basic and has not been very rewarding.  But I haven't delved as deep as I would like.  There is always hope.  I can't say I've had any more unusual experiences with crystals than with other things.  But they are allergen-free, easy to care for, and discreet.  I suspect there are special techniques for holding a crystal, in order to get it to communicate.  I just haven't ever learned!
 
There are some great encyclopedic manuals and probably online websites to tell you which stones are good at what.  I hear there are even stones/crystals for alien communication!  I have followed some of their suggestions.  Unlike herbs, for which I could always repeat successes, with crystals I was never sure how measure success.  There are so many variables in situations.  And I think they are subtle, at least to me. 

Unfortunately, I'm a cardinal fire sign, so a rock would have to be pretty energetic for me to perceive its effect.  Historians say royalty wears gems on their head for good reasons.  I always felt calmer when I had a "soft" (meaning mostly water) stone on, like a pearl, citrine, seashell stuff, turquoise, opal, and others.  I've never felt radiant with hard stones like diamonds, emeralds, rubies, or sapphires on, although I wouldn't mind having some! 

I think there must be something to quartz, since it powers watches and is used in computers.  That's pretty cool.  I suspect some crystals like hematite do record the events around them, and perhaps get full or overloaded at times. I have seen quartz crystals get cloudy from their busy environments, and clear back up to their pretty color after being cleaned, set in the sun, and set in a quiet area.

Rose quartz hasn't brought me any love that I'm aware of.  Not sure about amethyst.  But yellow quartz coincided with new clarity.  And plain quartz always made me feel an unknown strength nearby, but not a harnessed one.

I do think there is something to the cut of a crystal.  A spear will have a different energy release than a sphere, for example.

My mom got some little stones from Africa.  She didn't have to tell me where she got them, because they gave off a very foreign vibe.  It was like I didn't feel comfortable holding them.

Just imagine as our ocean ecology gets worse, what will happen to beautiful corals, mother of pearls, pearls, and abalone.

Actually, I have liked baked/cracked marbles ever since an old lady made me some as a child.  I'm really glad they are back in style after all these years.

Does clay count as a crystal?  It is minerals.  I also am experimenting with it, to see how it can be used to humidify a room.  So far, so good.  Saturated, unglazed clay on a dish seems to keep the air from drying ojt due to electric heat.  I put a piece of clay on top of the soil in a potted plant, hoping it would regulate the humidity of the soil, but I haven't found a correct way to do it.  It doesnt seem to be helping at all.  Its probably supposed to be below the soil.

Along the lines of clay ideas, I finally started putting a second bowl under microwaved bowls after I pull them out of the microwave, so they wouldn't burn my hands!  Every year, I waited for bowls with good handles, but nothing good was marketed.

I have heard some conspiracies regarding gypsum (a crystal) wallboard and covert programs.  But when I google such conspiracy ideas, nothing ever comes up.

Amber resin is a little like crystals.  I only put amber on my clothes or hair.  I don't put it on my skin because although it seemed fun, it had results that were repeatedly, definately, boringly estrogenic.  Every time.  For decades.  That was before, though.  I'm older now and the estrogen has changed, so I could try it again and it might be super!

Whenever I'm around rocks, I think of how long they have been around, even though water cuts through them.  All the histories they have known, without eyes!  But, I've had the same feeling about bricks are around pretty long, too.  Just because a brick is a composite doesn't mean it lacks stone components.

Alabaster is freaky, how it lights up in a dark room.  Even if it never is near a window, it stores light so weirdly.  I used to think that alabaster was radioactive!

And to think that little crystals of sand are what makes glass!  Well, sorry I wasn't much help.  But do check out websites.  I haven't done that.

Aren't Sworovsky crystals great?  I BELIEVE IN SWOROVSKY CRYSTALS !!!!!!!!! 

Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« Reply #84099 on: November 14, 2017, 05:58:36 AM »
https://sites.google.com/site/mcrais/brain6
Abovs is a website I just found.

Aren't there crystals in radio?

Well, I think looking into crystal balls is more like "scrying" than it is like enjoying crystal communication.  And, scrying can be done with almost anything at all.  Most people, like George's relative, think of reading tea leaves when they think of scrying.  Anyhow, in fortune telling, the crystal ball is used because it it a reflective surface, or mesmerizing like a candle flame or even tea leaves if you are in a creative mindset.  When I look at the flecks in stones, like citrine or opals, it is a very intense yet quiet thing to do too.

As far as crystals, I have had a lot of them, mostly pretty small.  My experience with them is very basic and has not been very rewarding.  But I haven't delved as deep as I would like.  There is always hope.  I can't say I've had any more unusual experiences with crystals than with other things.  But they are allergen-free, easy to care for, and discreet.  I suspect there are special techniques for holding a crystal, in order to get it to communicate.  I just haven't ever learned!
 
There are some great encyclopedic manuals and probably online websites to tell you which stones are good at what.  I hear there are even stones/crystals for alien communication!  I have followed some of their suggestions.  Unlike herbs, for which I could always repeat successes, with crystals I was never sure how measure success.  There are so many variables in situations.  And I think they are subtle, at least to me. 

Unfortunately, I'm a cardinal fire sign, so a rock would have to be pretty energetic for me to perceive its effect.  Historians say royalty wears gems on their head for good reasons.  I always felt calmer when I had a "soft" (meaning mostly water) stone on, like a pearl, citrine, seashell stuff, turquoise, opal, and others.  I've never felt radiant with hard stones like diamonds, emeralds, rubies, or sapphires on, although I wouldn't mind having some! 

I think there must be something to quartz, since it powers watches and is used in computers.  That's pretty cool.  I suspect some crystals like hematite do record the events around them, and perhaps get full or overloaded at times. I have seen quartz crystals get cloudy from their busy environments, and clear back up to their pretty color after being cleaned, set in the sun, and set in a quiet area.

Rose quartz hasn't brought me any love that I'm aware of.  Not sure about amethyst.  But yellow quartz coincided with new clarity.  And plain quartz always made me feel an unknown strength nearby, but not a harnessed one.

I do think there is something to the cut of a crystal.  A spear will have a different energy release than a sphere, for example.

My mom got some little stones from Africa.  She didn't have to tell me where she got them, because they gave off a very foreign vibe.  It was like I didn't feel comfortable holding them.

Just imagine as our ocean ecology gets worse, what will happen to beautiful corals, mother of pearls, pearls, and abalone.

Actually, I have liked baked/cracked marbles ever since an old lady made me some as a child.  I'm really glad they are back in style after all these years.

Does clay count as a crystal?  It is minerals.  I also am experimenting with it, to see how it can be used to humidify a room.  So far, so good.  Saturated, unglazed clay on a dish seems to keep the air from drying ojt due to electric heat.  I put a piece of clay on top of the soil in a potted plant, hoping it would regulate the humidity of the soil, but I haven't found a correct way to do it.  It doesnt seem to be helping at all.  Its probably supposed to be below the soil.

Along the lines of clay ideas, I finally started putting a second bowl under microwaved bowls after I pull them out of the microwave, so they wouldn't burn my hands!  Every year, I waited for bowls with good handles, but nothing good was marketed.

I have heard some conspiracies regarding gypsum (a crystal) wallboard and covert programs.  But when I google such conspiracy ideas, nothing ever comes up.

Amber resin is a little like crystals.  I only put amber on my clothes or hair.  I don't put it on my skin because although it seemed fun, it had results that were repeatedly, definately, boringly estrogenic.  Every time.  For decades.  That was before, though.  I'm older now and the estrogen has changed, so I could try it again and it might be super!

Whenever I'm around rocks, I think of how long they have been around, even though water cuts through them.  All the histories they have known, without eyes!  But, I've had the same feeling about bricks are around pretty long, too.  Just because a brick is a composite doesn't mean it lacks stone components.

Alabaster is freaky, how it lights up in a dark room.  Even if it never is near a window, it stores light so weirdly.  I used to think that alabaster was radioactive!

And to think that little crystals of sand are what makes glass!  Well, sorry I wasn't much help.  But do check out websites.  I haven't done that.

Aren't Sworovsky crystals great?  I BELIEVE IN SWOROVSKY CRYSTALS !!!!!!!!!
Interesting. Have you ever injested clay? I ask because some ppl bake a certain type of red clay mud and eat it. I have heard that women will often crave this when they are pregnant (men are not prohibited from this practice but it is kind of frowned upon, and whatever benefits that are alledged will not be realized if a male eats dirt) Personally, i doubt there is any insight to be gained from eating dirt, but i had a girlfriend whose mother believed in and promoted the practice for whatever reason. In full disclosure, the woman was also a full-blown hypocondriac prone to all manner of superstition. Take it for whatever its worth to you

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« Reply #84100 on: November 14, 2017, 11:55:24 AM »
Interesting. Have you ever injested clay? I ask because some ppl bake a certain type of red clay mud and eat it. I have heard that women will often crave this when they are pregnant (men are not prohibited from this practice but it is kind of frowned upon, and whatever benefits that are alledged will not be realized if a male eats dirt) Personally, i doubt there is any insight to be gained from eating dirt, but i had a girlfriend whose mother believed in and promoted the practice for whatever reason. In full disclosure, the woman was also a full-blown hypocondriac prone to all manner of superstition. Take it for whatever its worth to you
Remember when a coach or old timer would say after getting a scrap or minor cut: "just rub some dirt on it and git back out there?"
https://www.popsci.com/science/article/2013-05/antibacterial-clays-can-kill-antibiotic-resistant-e-coli-and-mrsa
Eating dirt phenomena, partially, explained:
https://www.npr.org/sections/thesalt/2014/04/02/297881388/the-old-and-mysterious-practice-of-eating-dirt-revealed
https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2011/06/110602162820.htm
http://www.nytimes.com/1984/02/13/us/southern-practice-of-eating-dirt-shows-signs-of-waning.html


Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« Reply #84101 on: November 14, 2017, 02:02:37 PM »
The way he says, "Hallooooooouuuuoooouuuuoooo" to female callers, ugh.

George thinks he is a playboy millionaire that the women just love.

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« Reply #84102 on: November 14, 2017, 02:15:17 PM »
Church is Snooron's even sleazier bro.  He sounds like a Wolfman Jack-wannabee, loaded down with gold bling, who hawks fake Rolex watches on a street corner.

Here's Yimmy kissing Jorch's ring butt.



It's clear Jorch will only pick guest hosts (Knapp being the exception) that will suck and have low ratings among the audience to keep on par with his low rating ass.

Case in point, is what he did to John Wells, who was by far the best C2C host since Art Bell.

Listen at 6:48 to Jorch's condescending response to a caller inquiring about John Wells. Snoory has no morals!


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« Reply #84103 on: November 14, 2017, 02:23:09 PM »








Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« Reply #84105 on: November 14, 2017, 04:49:07 PM »
I've been gone for a couple of days. Tell me, does George still suck?

Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« Reply #84106 on: November 14, 2017, 05:29:14 PM »
It's clear Jorch will only pick guest hosts (Knapp being the exception) that will suck and have low ratings among the audience to keep on par with his low rating ass.

Case in point, is what he did to John Wells, who was by far the best C2C host since Art Bell.

Listen at 6:48 to Jorch's condescending response to a caller inquiring about John Wells. Snoory has no morals!




When I interviewed JBW, I asked him specifically about that call.

Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« Reply #84107 on: November 14, 2017, 05:33:52 PM »

When I interviewed JBW, I asked him specifically about that call.

What did he say about it? I assume it was probably a non-issue for him,

Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« Reply #84108 on: November 14, 2017, 05:40:25 PM »
What did he say about it? I assume it was probably a non-issue for him,

It's been a few months since I've heard it, I'll go back and listen and give you an accurate quote. I asked one of the talent less hacks who works there, about John, I was told "we don't talk about John anymore, he did some things that he shouldn't have done". That's what I was told by the cardiomyopathy victim.

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« Reply #84109 on: November 14, 2017, 06:09:26 PM »
It's been a few months since I've heard it, I'll go back and listen and give you an accurate quote. I asked one of the talent less hacks who works there, about John, I was told "we don't talk about John anymore, he did some things that he shouldn't have done". That's what I was told by the cardiomyopathy victim.

Pretty much how George acted when he was asked about it by callers.

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« Reply #84110 on: November 14, 2017, 06:26:44 PM »
Pretty much how George acted when he was asked about it by callers.




Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« Reply #84111 on: November 14, 2017, 08:57:05 PM »
Remember when a coach or old timer would say after getting a scrap or minor cut: "just rub some dirt on it and git back out there?"
https://www.popsci.com/science/article/2013-05/antibacterial-clays-can-kill-antibiotic-resistant-e-coli-and-mrsa
Eating dirt phenomena, partially, explained:
https://www.npr.org/sections/thesalt/2014/04/02/297881388/the-old-and-mysterious-practice-of-eating-dirt-revealed
https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2011/06/110602162820.htm
http://www.nytimes.com/1984/02/13/us/southern-practice-of-eating-dirt-shows-signs-of-waning.html
Nice post, thanks :D My friend and i are still in contact, and in fact we had lunch today (probably not as good as earth, but she paid lol) Next time we meet i'll have to remember and ask her about white vs. red clay, boiling vs. baking and if her mother also recommends clay for use in minor scrapes, etc. I'm sure she would be thrilled about all the scientific and cultural curiosity, but to her mom eating dirt is just common sense!

Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« Reply #84112 on: November 14, 2017, 09:36:13 PM »


Thanks for this. This is your interview?

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« Reply #84113 on: November 14, 2017, 10:01:55 PM »
Thanks for this. This is your interview?

That is correct, hi mike.

Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« Reply #84114 on: November 14, 2017, 11:03:52 PM »
I've been gone for a couple of days. Tell me, does George still suck?

Yes.

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« Reply #84115 on: November 14, 2017, 11:28:59 PM »
I've been gone for a couple of days. Tell me, does George still suck?

I can't wrap my head around the Big Bang but I know that sNoory will suck until the stars burn out, the last black holes evaporate, and the Big Rip tears apart the universe. IOW, yes.

Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« Reply #84116 on: November 15, 2017, 09:51:25 AM »
Why?  Why?  Obviously he charmed Nancy's pants off, and kept his arm around her husband's shoulders!

Let's just be glad the arm is enough for Yimmy, at least for this picture.  A pants-off Yimmy is something we don't need to see.


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« Reply #84117 on: November 15, 2017, 10:22:11 AM »
Richard "Alone in the Wilderness" Proenneke lived off the grid
A guy riding around in a gas guzzling RV from from park to park is not off the grid

Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« Reply #84118 on: November 15, 2017, 01:35:12 PM »
Nice post, thanks :D My friend and i are still in contact, and in fact we had lunch today (probably not as good as earth, but she paid lol) Next time we meet i'll have to remember and ask her about white vs. red clay, boiling vs. baking and if her mother also recommends clay for use in minor scrapes, etc. I'm sure she would be thrilled about all the scientific and cultural curiosity, but to her mom eating dirt is just common sense!
I wonder if the dirt was actually food grade diatomaceous earth, which has to be mixed with water thoroughly to avoid choking on its dust.

Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« Reply #84119 on: November 15, 2017, 01:37:34 PM »
Gizmo called in! George called him Giz, haha.

Gizmo, we could share small space living tips!