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Re: Connie Willis
« Reply #900 on: May 21, 2019, 07:11:03 PM »
Well, I was in the mood for random, nuts radio so listened to more than I wanted to hear about Bigfootin' and Sasquatchin' with Connie and sleeping in trucks with dogs, orbs, complaints about snow/cold, and "hot spots," that will she not identify.  And lots of laughter from all parties. Also I was not aware of a political controversy with regard to term Big Foot vs Sasquatch vs Skunkape vs Boogerman, etc and, of course, the Dogman vs Bigfeet issues. Does she really believe this stuff? Are people actually making a living off this stuff?

Re: Connie Willis
« Reply #901 on: May 21, 2019, 07:31:46 PM »
I just can't take Willis, with all the goofy giggling and idiocy, so I didn't listen to the show.  A Bigfoot scaling up a mountainside at the speed of light? ::) There's stupid and REALLY stupid.

Re: Connie Willis
« Reply #902 on: May 21, 2019, 07:34:10 PM »
I just can't take Willis, with all the goofy giggling and idiocy, so I didn't listen to the show.  A Bigfoot scaling up a mountainside at the speed of light? ::) There's stupid and REALLY stupid.

Relax.  All is well.  TR took the bastard out when it neared the summit.



Re: Connie Willis
« Reply #903 on: May 21, 2019, 07:53:49 PM »
Relax.  All is well.  TR took the bastard out when it neared the summit.


Ha. I have to admit I like Buggs and Rob Riggs when old Art or Rense had Bigfeeters on but this was ridiculous. I like campfire tales etc but this was something else. And, yet, oddly, strangely, compelling because so crazy with the giggles and laughter and claims.  And just assertions of fact. "Hot spots" "big man running up mountain without moving his head or looking prior to grabbing trees." And how the people had all these terms for "structures" they find that Bigfeet built.


Re: Connie Willis
« Reply #904 on: May 21, 2019, 09:27:32 PM »
Well, I was in the mood for random, nuts radio so listened to more than I wanted to hear about Bigfootin' and Sasquatchin' with Connie and sleeping in trucks with dogs, orbs, complaints about snow/cold, and "hot spots," that will she not identify.  And lots of laughter from all parties. Also I was not aware of a political controversy with regard to term Big Foot vs Sasquatch vs Skunkape vs Boogerman, etc and, of course, the Dogman vs Bigfeet issues. Does she really believe this stuff? Are people actually making a living off this stuff?

Yes, yes

Re: Connie Willis
« Reply #905 on: May 21, 2019, 09:27:33 PM »
I just can't take Willis, with all the goofy giggling and idiocy, so I didn't listen to the show.  A Bigfoot scaling up a mountainside at the speed of light? ::) There's stupid and REALLY stupid.

I'm guessing that you're a non-believer ?

Re: Connie Willis
« Reply #906 on: May 22, 2019, 02:59:50 PM »
A Bigfoot scaling up a mountainside at the speed of light?
Consistent with John Keel's idea that they're interdimensional entities.

Bigfeet Habituation Situations
« Reply #907 on: July 01, 2019, 01:10:40 PM »
Yes, yes
This weekend's show about the "Pancake House" Bigfeet was so ridiculous. Connie went on several rants about non-believers and gushed about "habituation situations" and advised people not to tell other people about it. Apparently this was where you get a "relationship" with Bigfeet. She also made some odd comment comparing "habituation situations" with "relationships" between men and women and, "sometimes you get disappointed," presumably these Bigfeet/People "relationships" are utilitarian or platonic and not physical (but she said "I know anything goes these days") but continued to rant  "it is all about relationships," not scientific proof, or convincing others to believe, etc.

Re: Bigfeet Habituation Situations
« Reply #908 on: July 01, 2019, 01:36:29 PM »
This weekend's show about the "Pancake House" Bigfeet was so ridiculous. Connie went on several rants about non-believers and gushed about "habituation situations" and advised people not to tell other people about it. Apparently this was where you get a "relationship" with Bigfeet. She also made some odd comment comparing "habituation situations" with "relationships" between men and women and, "sometimes you get disappointed," presumably these Bigfeet/People "relationships" are utilitarian or platonic and not physical (but she said "I know anything goes these days") but continued to rant  "it is all about relationships," not scientific proof, or convincing others to believe, etc.
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That reminds me of that goofy "documentary" film maker Corbell who did the Lazar movie.  When Knapp had he and the meal ticket on back late last year to talk about the film, Corbell actually said he didn't care about the things ol'Bob had lied about, "it's his story that's important."

Re: Bigfeet Habituation Situations
« Reply #909 on: July 01, 2019, 01:47:01 PM »


That reminds me of that goofy "documentary" film maker Corbell who did the Lazar movie.  When Knapp had he and the meal ticket on back late last year to talk about the film, Corbell actually said he didn't care about the things ol'Bob had lied about, "it's his story that's important."
 

"That's true!," as Norry might say if you are just wanting to read/hear a nice tale or be entertained but they come across, or purport to be, as trying to be scientific, "researchers," documentarians, etc, not fiction authors.   





Re: Bigfeet Habituation Situations
« Reply #910 on: July 01, 2019, 05:21:42 PM »
Connie went on several rants about non-believers and gushed about "habituation situations" and advised people not to tell other people about it. Apparently this was where you get a "relationship" with Bigfeet. She also made some odd comment comparing "habituation situations" with "relationships" between men and women and, "sometimes you get disappointed," presumably these Bigfeet/People "relationships" are utilitarian or platonic and not physical (but she said "I know anything goes these days")

What?  Was she high on dope? 

Oh.  Yeah.  That's right.................................

Re: Connie Willis
« Reply #911 on: July 28, 2019, 06:16:11 PM »
Connie Willis did good last night. A fun show because the guests/subjects were good and they did most of the talking. I don't think she smoked up before the show so maybe that was it? Or just interested in the guests? Hollow Earth never gets old and the psychiatrist had some interesting insights, too bad not enough time to questions in on his book about trying to find a spy/leak in Russia during the Cold War.

Re: Connie Willis
« Reply #912 on: July 28, 2019, 06:51:09 PM »
Connie Willis did good last night. A fun show because the guests/subjects were good and they did most of the talking. I don't think she smoked up before the show so maybe that was it? Or just interested in the guests? Hollow Earth never gets old and the psychiatrist had some interesting insights, too bad not enough time to questions in on his book about trying to find a spy/leak in Russia during the Cold War.

Hollow Earth guy was a supremely confident nut.  My favorite claim was the Germans taking 50000 Uboats to the Antarctic at end of WWII.

Re: Connie Willis
« Reply #913 on: July 28, 2019, 06:52:25 PM »
Hollow Earth guy was a supremely confident nut.  My favorite claim was the Germans taking 50000 Uboats to the Antarctic at end of WWII.

Ikr?! It was more like 5000. ::) ;D

Re: Connie Willis
« Reply #914 on: July 28, 2019, 07:24:21 PM »
Hollow Earth guy was a supremely confident nut.  My favorite claim was the Germans taking 50000 Uboats to the Antarctic at end of WWII.
Those can be the best guests. Totally committed and talk like "no big revelation and everyone should know this stuff that is blatantly obvious" versus the ranters (though I sometimes like them.) There is a place for everything.

Re: Connie Willis
« Reply #915 on: July 30, 2019, 05:55:05 PM »
So as I like to say, she's Nuttier than Aunt Nellie's Fruitcake! :P :o

Re: Connie Willis
« Reply #916 on: August 17, 2019, 08:07:26 PM »
Connie's interview with Uri Geller was not as bad as normal. She even disagreed with him on global warming and some issues. But most of it was his usual woo, secret agency talk, and stuff about his island and upcoming museum. The open line callers were some funny nutjobs, so that was refreshing from the same old callers that Norry always takes.  She is promising some show where she goes camping to get into relationships and mind-speak with Bigfeet and also apparently wants C2C to send her to Geller's island in Scotland which is a "UFO hotspot" but also contains links to King Arthur and buried Egyptian relics and treasure (because Scotland was named/founded by Egyptians.)  ::)