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Re: Jimmy Church
« Reply #2790 on: June 25, 2017, 06:25:06 AM »
So let me get this straight.  You can only see the evidence if you pay at least $25 and go to the venue where this "tour" is taking place. I know it is a movie and they have to cover production costs but why not just show it on Netflix, Amazon or Hulu?  This has scam written all over it.  I'd love to see this full body "apparition" but not if I have to pay money and travel 2 and a half hours to see it.  If this was indisputable proof surely a major network would be knocking on the guest's door begging for a chance to show it.  Meh.

I'll listen to the rest of it and hope callers raise a little hell with the guest.

I'm just listening to re-run and he/Chad said that 11.July.2017 full movie will be released, -or maybe I'm mistaken as I had my stereo playing loud music in next room. 
Also there is couple of trailers, short 4 min and long 15 min versions on Chads web site [linked on C2C]..or here,
http://sirnoface.com/videos/

THE SIR NOFACE TRAILER - SEE IT EXCLUSIVELY AT THE SIR NOFACE LIVES U.S. TOUR!
in this trailer at 2:24 made me jump really badly, FukQ lol. I'm still shaking lol



Re: Jimmy Church
« Reply #2791 on: August 02, 2017, 05:17:04 PM »
I really enjoyed his show when he was on dark matter radio network but after awhile his show lost its originality.now a days he seems to really be in it for the money selling junk like Alex Jones does and booking guests like Corey Goode.He doesn't push back when his guests feeds a line of crap a mile long and has no proof what so ever.

Re: Jimmy Church
« Reply #2792 on: August 02, 2017, 06:30:25 PM »
I really enjoyed his show when he was on dark matter radio network but after awhile his show lost its originality.now a days he seems to really be in it for the money selling junk like Alex Jones does and booking guests like Corey Goode.He doesn't push back when his guests feeds a line of crap a mile long and has no proof what so ever.
Do you mean when he was on KGRA and his "Game changer network"? I agree though, the same bumpers every night, the goofy gimmicks and mostly "questionable" guests that are all out to sell something. Plus his own homebrewed scams like the UFO door on Mt. Adams at ECETI all delivered from his overgrown FM Jock personality.  I've nicknamed him "Greasy Jimmy."

Paranormal and UFO talk radio is basically dead. I listen more for specific guests and the host and network is an afterthought.


Re: Jimmy Church
« Reply #2793 on: August 02, 2017, 06:54:07 PM »
Do you mean when he was on KGRA and his "Game changer network"? I agree though, the same bumpers every night, the goofy gimmicks and mostly "questionable" guests that are all out to sell something. Plus his own homebrewed scams like the UFO door on Mt. Adams at ECETI all delivered from his overgrown FM Jock personality.  I've nicknamed him "Greasy Jimmy."

Paranormal and UFO talk radio is basically dead. I listen more for specific guests and the host and network is an afterthought.
Donít forget the Malibu Underwater Base!

Re: Jimmy Church
« Reply #2794 on: August 02, 2017, 09:08:00 PM »
I really enjoyed his show when he was on dark matter radio network but after awhile his show lost its originality.now a days he seems to really be in it for the money selling junk like Alex Jones does and booking guests like Corey Goode.He doesn't push back when his guests feeds a line of crap a mile long and has no proof what so ever.

Agree with you totally.  Church's shows on DMRN back 3-4 years ago were quite good, go back and read the comments on the early pages of this thread, you'll see how popular he was here.  I felt his interviews with Brit ufologist Phillip Mantle and later the various factions of the Rendelsham sightings were as good as any Bell did in his prime.  Then, he  moved to KGRA, started interviewing the standard wackjobs, decided to create the news with silly shit like the Malibu base, and finally signed on to spell George on C2C.  The guy can still conduct a decent interview, but I just don't have any interest in the scammers, lunatics, and dullards he attracts these days.

Re: Jimmy Church
« Reply #2795 on: August 30, 2017, 07:29:23 PM »
Church likes to think of his show as a "thinking man's show". Which can be good if its presented in a relatively entertaining way. And unfortunately his isn't.

Re: Jimmy Church
« Reply #2796 on: September 18, 2017, 09:13:53 PM »
As it's been awhile, thought I'd Church a try tonight.   15 Minutes in and I keep hoping someone hits him
in the face with a Banana Cream Pie.    Is that wrong?

Re: Jimmy Church
« Reply #2797 on: September 18, 2017, 09:26:13 PM »
Church sure is pissing on SDM's grave though!

Re: Jimmy Church
« Reply #2798 on: September 24, 2017, 12:23:16 AM »
Jimmy's guest on c2cam tonight about Planet X, says he is good friends with Nancy Leider, the Zeta Talk lady!  :o

Re: Jimmy Church
« Reply #2799 on: September 25, 2017, 11:13:41 AM »
Open e-mail to Jimmy.  I'll let you know if he replies.

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Hi Jimmy,

On Coast to Coast, you asked why people keep taking doomsday things seriously.  I think I know the answer, but I don't think you'll like it: Because of the paranormal shows that present doomsday and related claims uncritically.

Shows such as Coast to Coast, etc.. give guests practically free reign to make their claims while the hosts tend to either agree (George often says "of course," "exactly right," and similar statements just after something outlandish is said) or to lob soft-ball questions which the guests either don't answer or answer with information that is simply wrong.

Take Gordon James Gianninoto.  His claims seemed finally too over-the-top for you or for even some guests about planets being perfectly stationary, but after about the third or fourth time (I lost track) of being asked "but what about [insert phenomenon that requires us to be in orbit]?" his response was special pleading: The space aliens are faking everything in our skies, climate, weather patterns, etc. to make it SEEM like we're still in motion around the sun.  And that was that.

Take Marshall Masters: He has been on C2C over a dozen times over more than a dozen years and each time says Planet X will bring death and destruction about 1-2 years away.  Each time he's brought back on, he's not made to account for his false statements before but is allowed to continue to give his doom and gloom scenario and set another date and people call in scared.

So, again, why are people scared and why do they take doomsday prognostications seriously?  I think a large part is because of the uncritically presented material by people who promote them on mass media.

Sincerely,
Stuart

Re: Jimmy Church
« Reply #2800 on: September 25, 2017, 11:14:36 AM »
Damn, I knew I should've waited an hour and edited.  "guests" should be "callers"

Re: Jimmy Church
« Reply #2801 on: September 25, 2017, 11:23:03 AM »
 "I think a large part is because of the uncritically presented material by people who promote them on mass media.'


I'd also add that the people who listen and believe it are frequently vulnerable and possibly suffering depression. The 2012 Planet X collision with Earth resulted in the suicide of a fifteen year old girl. I've yet to see a statement from one YT or talk show doomsday propagandist extending their apologies for causing such catastrophic grief to the family. Not one has.

Re: Jimmy Church
« Reply #2802 on: September 25, 2017, 11:30:52 AM »
Open e-mail to Jimmy.  I'll let you know if he replies.

Well done! And for that reason I doubt he'll reply.

Re: Jimmy Church
« Reply #2803 on: September 25, 2017, 11:32:48 AM »
"I think a large part is because of the uncritically presented material by people who promote them on mass media.'


I'd also add that the people who listen and believe it are frequently vulnerable and possibly suffering depression. The 2012 Planet X collision with Earth resulted in the suicide of a fifteen year old girl. I've yet to see a statement from one YT or talk show doomsday propagandist extending their apologies for causing such catastrophic grief to the family. Not one has.

This is why you shouldn't be brought in on the argument...because you immediately discredit it. STOP FUCKING VIRTUE SIGNALLING!!!  ::)

Re: Jimmy Church
« Reply #2804 on: September 25, 2017, 11:35:27 AM »
This is why you shouldn't be brought in on the argument...because you immediately discredit it. STOP FUCKING VIRTUE SIGNALLING!!!  ::)

Can you resist spamming every thread you stalk? Just for one fucking day? Go and play with your lego or something.

Re: Jimmy Church
« Reply #2805 on: September 25, 2017, 11:42:18 AM »
Can you resist spamming every thread you stalk? Just for one fucking day? Go and play with your lego or something.

I think what you do is spam. Worse. Spam actually has some nutritional value.  ::)

Re: Jimmy Church
« Reply #2806 on: September 25, 2017, 11:47:20 AM »
I think what you do is spam. Worse. Spam actually has some nutritional value.  ::)

Here, something to fill an hour of your day...Go and play.


Re: Jimmy Church
« Reply #2807 on: September 25, 2017, 11:53:04 AM »
Here, something to fill an hour of your day...Go and play.



That zit!!!

Re: Jimmy Church
« Reply #2808 on: September 25, 2017, 12:41:03 PM »
How do any of you listen to this guy? I'm sooo tired of hearing about his old rock band and his fucking fadernauts. No one cares Jimmy. I tried listening to an old interview he did with Tracy Twyman who is one of my favorite Satanist/Occult researchers. But I couldn't stand his annoying post rocker voice. He blows.

Re: Jimmy Church
« Reply #2809 on: September 25, 2017, 01:12:11 PM »
How do any of you listen to this guy? I'm sooo tired of hearing about his old rock band and his fucking fadernauts. No one cares Jimmy. I tried listening to an old interview he did with Tracy Twyman who is one of my favorite Satanist/Occult researchers. But I couldn't stand his annoying post rocker voice. He blows.

I don't bother listening to him much.  He sounds like a bad FM dj trying to project how cool and hip he is.  He's a wannabe sleazeball same as Noory.  I've given up on Coast since they started getting away from the paranormal though the show seems to be getting back into more paranormal topics.   They must have had a ratings slide.

Re: Jimmy Church
« Reply #2810 on: September 25, 2017, 02:04:59 PM »

Re: Jimmy Church
« Reply #2811 on: September 25, 2017, 03:09:50 PM »
Man. Gordon James Gianninot............. what an idiot.

Re: Jimmy Church
« Reply #2812 on: September 25, 2017, 03:23:41 PM »
As it's been awhile, thought I'd Church a try tonight.   15 Minutes in and I keep hoping someone hits him
in the face with a Banana Cream Pie.    Is that wrong?
Yimmy would like that. He'd rub that banana cream in his hair for some extra sheen.

Re: Jimmy Church
« Reply #2813 on: November 06, 2017, 09:40:32 PM »
Yimmy would like that. He'd rub that banana cream in his hair for some extra sheen.

Gave him another shot tonight........   No better.    He's a lost cause I think.   

Re: Jimmy Church
« Reply #2814 on: November 12, 2017, 02:53:37 AM »
Bumper music, "I'm not waiting on a lady; I'm waiting on a friend".  Ouch?

Re: Jimmy Church
« Reply #2815 on: Yesterday at 10:49:39 PM »
https://jimmychurchradio.com/david-wilcock-on-fade-to-black-4/

https://youtu.be/HQ-b1G2fC7Q?t=2975



I actually don't understand if this is stealing or not anymore. In either case, this is a good listen.