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« Reply #112650 on: November 06, 2017, 02:11:15 AM »
LOL wtf was that music..

do you mean the really really bad folk-y country rock style patriotic song?

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« Reply #112651 on: November 06, 2017, 01:49:31 PM »
do you mean the really really bad folk-y country rock style patriotic song?

 LOL yes.  made my ears bleed.

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« Reply #112652 on: November 06, 2017, 03:08:41 PM »
I just listened to some of that show. OH MY LORD...  JFK not really killed in Dallas, it was a body double. What's the point of even thinking such bollocks, let alone actually saying it in public?


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« Reply #112653 on: November 06, 2017, 03:18:25 PM »
I just listened to some of that show. OH MY LORD...  JFK not really killed in Dallas, it was a body double. What's the point of even thinking such bollocks, let alone actually saying it in public?
Because you get 22 followers?  Or is it 23 now?

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« Reply #112654 on: November 06, 2017, 03:49:29 PM »
What's the point of even thinking such bollocks, let alone actually saying it in public?


I feel like it's weird that you understand astromechanics, but can't seem to grasp how psyop propaganda fascist controlled opposition functions. Is it something like color blindness? Help me out here.

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« Reply #112655 on: November 06, 2017, 05:58:06 PM »

I feel like it's weird that you understand astromechanics, but can't seem to grasp how psyop propaganda fascist controlled opposition functions. Is it something like color blindness? Help me out here.

 ;D

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« Reply #112656 on: November 07, 2017, 02:50:44 AM »
LOL yes.  made my ears bleed.

hahaha i laughed out loud, Noory's submerging artists who are awful enough can't hold a candle to the shittiness of whoever it is who wrote and performed that song.

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« Reply #112658 on: November 11, 2017, 09:02:16 AM »


Am I to understand that Hoagland used the HD Torsion Technology™ found in the Great Pyramid to bring James Brown back from the dead?



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« Reply #112659 on: November 11, 2017, 05:07:01 PM »


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« Reply #112661 on: November 11, 2017, 11:48:20 PM »
Braaaaaaaps

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« Reply #112662 on: November 11, 2017, 11:51:56 PM »
LOL and RCH is ranting about Trump.. not even 10 seconds into tuning in. LOL

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« Reply #112663 on: November 12, 2017, 12:23:20 AM »
 LOL  all the noise is driving Hoagie crazy

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« Reply #112664 on: November 12, 2017, 09:03:26 AM »


Awwww.... "comments disabled." I wanted to write "The Other Side of Narcissism"

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« Reply #112665 on: November 12, 2017, 06:44:37 PM »


I see Hoagland has taken up the use of the royal "we."  Given his steady mental decline, that sort of thing was inevitable, I suppose. :(

On the plus side, Hoagland's being a Martian might help to explain some of the more baffling aspects of his behaviour.

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« Reply #112666 on: November 12, 2017, 11:29:40 PM »
Hoagie has his imaging panel guests on now.
Sounds like Kynthia has a cat meowing in the background...

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« Reply #112667 on: November 12, 2017, 11:36:43 PM »
Ah, man, somebody should shake whatever tree Zeebo is hibernating in, 'cause
KEITH LANEY and the imaging panel are on!


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« Reply #112669 on: November 13, 2017, 12:59:38 AM »

Just amazing how intelligent people can delude themselves into beliefs backed up by faux science and taking science fiction fantasies literally. The line between genius and insanity is sometimes blurred but unfortunately for Hoagie and his colleagues it isn't, they're clearly insane, a benign insanity.

I wish I was a filmmaker, Netflix is paying very good money for content, a knock-off of My Favorite Martian with Richard C. Hoagland as The Martian would write itself and be hilarious.

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« Reply #112670 on: November 13, 2017, 02:03:48 AM »
Pretty good archology show tonight. A few interesting photos that looked like more than rocks but still pareidolia.  First time I've listened in a long time

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« Reply #112671 on: November 13, 2017, 02:09:17 AM »
Ah, man, somebody should shake whatever tree Zeebo is hibernating in, 'cause
KEITH LANEY and the imaging panel are on!

I thought the same thing. But he may have been up in that tree looking at radio with pictures, listening and lurking

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« Reply #112672 on: November 13, 2017, 02:11:11 AM »
Hoagie has his imaging panel guests on now.
Sounds like Kynthia has a cat meowing in the background...

I heard that too. Not our usual braaps. Did you see her photo? Definitely cat lady material

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« Reply #112673 on: November 13, 2017, 09:17:17 AM »
Just amazing how intelligent people can delude themselves into beliefs backed up by faux science and taking science fiction fantasies literally. The line between genius and insanity is sometimes blurred but unfortunately for Hoagie and his colleagues it isn't, they're clearly insane, a benign insanity.

I wish I was a filmmaker, Netflix is paying very good money for content, a knock-off of My Favorite Martian with Richard C. Hoagland as The Martian would write itself and be hilarious.

I wouldn't call Hoagie a genius by any means.  He has a mediocre intellect at best.  The ability to twist meaning and accept supposition as fact are not sings of genius.

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« Reply #112674 on: November 15, 2017, 02:32:44 AM »
Just amazing how intelligent people can delude themselves into beliefs backed up by faux science and taking science fiction fantasies literally.

On one level, what Hoagland and his bunch get up to is fairly mundane: it's a bunch of like-minded people sitting around convincing themselves how important they are because they are "in the know."  Everyone likes to feel important, and Hoagland certainly seems to enjoy himself when he's laying down how the world works (in his own mind, at least) to the unwashed masses.

Where it starts getting amazing is when it becomes obvious that no absurdity is too ridiculous to pass his lips provided he's convinced it will allow him to continue to command attention.  I'd say that realisation would hit a first-time listener nowadays a lot sooner than it would when Hoagland first started out in 2015.

The line between genius and insanity is sometimes blurred but unfortunately for Hoagie and his colleagues it isn't, they're clearly insane, a benign insanity.

If Hoagland were a Howard Hughes-type capable of funding his own madness, I would consider his madness to be relatively benign.

However, I am convinced that the only reason he's not hustling money from his listeners as aggressively as he once did is because the audience simply isn't there anymore.  In his days as "Science" Advisor on Coast, he asked for money all the time, going so far as to pester the listeners for $80,000 (yes, you read that correctly) for a single trip to Egypt so he could measure his "torsion fields."

I only find his insanity benign so long as he isn't trying to talk gullible people out of money they can ill afford to spare to fund it.  Otherwise, I don't find Hoagland any more benign than any other two-bit hustler. 

This latest gimmick of his (the three-part PowerPoint presentation) shows that he's still at it. And, as usual, anyone who hands him money is likely to receive another warmed-over, repackaged version of the exact same tripe he's been trying to palm off as "science" for the past three decades.

I wish I was a filmmaker, Netflix is paying very good money for content, a knock-off of My Favorite Martian with Richard C. Hoagland as The Martian would write itself and be hilarious.

If you're serious about becoming an amateur filmmaker (as opposed to simply passing a casual remark), you might want to consider starting a thread in the technology forum:

http://bellgab.com/index.php?board=39.0

The people there might be able to give you some advice on how to get started.  I can't pretend to understand very much about filmmaking myself, but I'm guessing you might be able to pick up some used video equipment and pirated editing software off eBay for a few hundred dollars and start getting your feet wet.  Even borrowing an older smartphone a friend has lying around might suffice, depending.

I'm not sure how you could shoot a Hoagland stand-in in a grey-haired wig any other way but from a distance and back-to-camera, but then, that's the sort of problem that filmmakers are always working to overcome, eh?  :)

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« Reply #112675 on: November 15, 2017, 04:43:40 AM »
On one level, what Hoagland and his bunch get up to is fairly mundane: it's a bunch of like-minded people sitting around convincing themselves how important they are because they are "in the know."  Everyone likes to feel important, and Hoagland certainly seems to enjoy himself when he's laying down how the world works (in his own mind, at least) to the unwashed masses.

Where it starts getting amazing is when it becomes obvious that no absurdity is too ridiculous to pass his lips provided he's convinced it will allow him to continue to command attention.  I'd say that realisation would hit a first-time listener nowadays a lot sooner than it would when Hoagland first started out in 2015.

If Hoagland were a Howard Hughes-type capable of funding his own madness, I would consider his madness to be relatively benign.

However, I am convinced that the only reason he's not hustling money from his listeners as aggressively as he once did is because the audience simply isn't there anymore.  In his days as "Science" Advisor on Coast, he asked for money all the time, going so far as to pester the listeners for $80,000 (yes, you read that correctly) for a single trip to Egypt so he could measure his "torsion fields."

I only find his insanity benign so long as he isn't trying to talk gullible people out of money they can ill afford to spare to fund it.  Otherwise, I don't find Hoagland any more benign than any other two-bit hustler. 

This latest gimmick of his (the three-part PowerPoint presentation) shows that he's still at it. And, as usual, anyone who hands him money is likely to receive another warmed-over, repackaged version of the exact same tripe he's been trying to palm off as "science" for the past three decades.

If you're serious about becoming an amateur filmmaker (as opposed to simply passing a casual remark), you might want to consider starting a thread in the technology forum:

http://bellgab.com/index.php?board=39.0

The people there might be able to give you some advice on how to get started.  I can't pretend to understand very much about filmmaking myself, but I'm guessing you might be able to pick up some used video equipment and pirated editing software off eBay for a few hundred dollars and start getting your feet wet.  Even borrowing an older smartphone a friend has lying around might suffice, depending.

I'm not sure how you could shoot a Hoagland stand-in in a grey-haired wig any other way but from a distance and back-to-camera, but then, that's the sort of problem that filmmakers are always working to overcome, eh?  :)

Listen, stop being such a SJW. Caveat emptor, my friend. I've extracted years of entertainment from Richard, all for free. Anyone who seeks to get paid for entertaining is by definition a hustler.  ;)

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« Reply #112676 on: November 15, 2017, 09:53:07 AM »
On one level, what Hoagland and his bunch get up to is fairly mundane: it's a bunch of like-minded people sitting around convincing themselves how important they are because they are "in the know."  Everyone likes to feel important, and Hoagland certainly seems to enjoy himself when he's laying down how the world works (in his own mind, at least) to the unwashed masses.

Where it starts getting amazing is when it becomes obvious that no absurdity is too ridiculous to pass his lips provided he's convinced it will allow him to continue to command attention... 

When you see things written with such clarity that you just have to laugh out-loud....

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« Reply #112677 on: November 15, 2017, 08:12:05 PM »
Does anyone have a copy, or know where to find, this PowerPoint of Hoagland's?

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« Reply #112678 on: November 15, 2017, 10:52:07 PM »
I heard that too. Not our usual braaps. Did you see her photo? Definitely cat lady material

I suspect I am in the minority when I confess to having long-ago formed a mental picture of Kynthea as an...er...rather large woman in some sort of kaftan-like garment sporting a very, very unfortunate perm.

[Hangs head in embarrassment as cries of "Shame!" etc. are heard in the background.]

It seems I got the bit about her coiffure wrong because her hairdo is rather good for (dare I say it?) someone her age.  Perhaps Hoagland is giving her styling tips during the breaks?

As for the rest, well...


 
Sometimes it is more painful to be right than to be wrong. :(

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« Reply #112679 on: November 15, 2017, 11:09:27 PM »
Does anyone have a copy, or know where to find, this PowerPoint of Hoagland's?
I recall he said it was going to be a pdf and only for members and, then later said, available "in a couple or three days" or something. (My quote might not be correct but it was a weird phrasing that struck me as vague.)  :o
But he also months earlier was claiming work on his "opus." I'm not sure if the pdf is that or not?