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Michael Vandeven's Radio Train Wreck
« Reply #870 on: September 02, 2019, 08:01:56 PM »
eat cat shit.
Thanks for keeping reproduction out of it  ;).

 :P At least my being a latch-key kid is a step up from yer being a daycare baby.

Well anyhow, nothing personal to you but I wonder if mortgages are a good deal when it comes to glass houses.  Probably, in Florida!

Aren't family holidays fun  :'(...

Michael Vandeven's Radio Train Wreck
« Reply #871 on: September 02, 2019, 08:03:26 PM »
Thanks for keeping reproduction out of it  ;).

 :P At least my being a latch-key kid is a step up from yer being a daycare baby.

Well anyhow, nothing personal to you but I wonder if mortgages are a good deal when it comes to glass houses.

Eat cat shit and die in a dumpster fire.

Michael Vandeven's Radio Train Wreck
« Reply #872 on: September 03, 2019, 01:01:32 AM »
eat cat shit.

That's the best rule, though.


Michael Vandeven's Radio Train Wreck
« Reply #873 on: September 11, 2019, 01:18:52 AM »


Michael Vandeven's Radio Train Wreck
« Reply #874 on: September 28, 2019, 09:29:23 PM »
heh heh, I think I remember that moment. I wish I could go back and listen to those old shows, but I find it too cringe inducing.
Is it that you don't like the sound of your own voice?   That's common, esp. coming from a guy like you. That meaning a person who started listening to radio at a young age and over the years has practiced the art of broadcasting professionally and via his own podcasting efforts. You have developed a great "ear" for radio. You know when it sounds good or not. Your Art Bell Interview of Feb 04/2016 is legendary.  Let's not forget the George Noory and Art Bell appearance both on the Gabcast and or its Chatline over the years.

You've got a great voice with IMPECCABLE enunciation, a true credit to the English language..  It's a joy to listen to a mic guy who you can hear and understand easily.  You have a vast vocabulary and a great sense of humour.  I listen to UFOSHIP.COM content and it is great. You work the board and set up co hosts and callers. Great fun. Radio Trainwreck/Gabcast loops overnight, every night.  I enjoyed hearing small bits about you and your family. The one MV Radio TrainWreck that you and Evelyn were doing and you didn't have any cigarettes when all of a sudden Nabila arrives with a pack of smokes for her man.  Evelyn thanked Nabila for the deed as she remarked that the rest of the show would go much better without an MV going through nicotine winthdrawls.heheeThe whole "student for an English class in North Africa" meets an American internet "pen-pal" and the two eventually marry in Morocco and eventually are reunited in the USA to raise a family in pursuit of happiness.  An awesome story IMO.

You'd be a great guy to "talk radio" with Liberace, just like Heather and Art would sit out in the "cuck-shack" and "talk radio" for hours..

 Liberace and Heather Wade on the next Gabcast.

Seriously though, thanks for all the good memories.

peace
Hog


Michael Vandeven's Radio Train Wreck
« Reply #875 on: September 29, 2019, 11:38:22 AM »
I don't consider the last Gabcast a trainwreck--a minor derailment with light damage maybe, but not a trainwreck.

Michael Vandeven's Radio Train Wreck
« Reply #876 on: September 29, 2019, 03:09:31 PM »
I have the sincere belief that if I hadn't volunteered at "the last minute" there would have not been a GabCast at all.

I did zero show prep, and worked in my yard until shortly before showtime.  I had no idea the thing was going to run past the "normal" 1-2 hours.

No excuses, but my thinking was that since no-one had the balls to co-host, if I didn't step up to the plate we would have had another cancelled GabCast due to "lack of interest."

Nautical Shore.

Thank you for your service, kid!

-1.25 LAXs

Michael Vandeven's Radio Train Wreck
« Reply #877 on: September 29, 2019, 03:46:32 PM »
I have the sincere belief that if I hadn't volunteered at "the last minute" there would have not been a GabCast at all.

I did zero show prep, and worked in my yard until shortly before showtime.  I had no idea the thing was going to run past the "normal" 1-2 hours.

No excuses, but my thinking was that since no-one had the balls to co-host, if I didn't step up to the plate we would have had another cancelled GabCast due to "lack of interest."

Nautical Shore.

Thank you for your service, kid!

-1.25 LAXs

Lol

Michael Vandeven's Radio Train Wreck
« Reply #878 on: September 29, 2019, 04:02:53 PM »

I did zero show prep, and worked in my yard...

I think we were all able to tell you did no show prep, you blithering dipsomaniac; unless the prep involved sucking on a few tallboys - and yes that's a euphemism. And don't try and pass off your painfully cretinous performance on sunstroke, we know you always sound like you have a steel plate in your pin head.

Michael Vandeven's Radio Train Wreck
« Reply #879 on: September 29, 2019, 04:32:36 PM »
I think we were all able to tell you did no show prep, you blithering dipsomaniac; unless the prep involved sucking on a few tallboys - and yes that's a euphemism. And don't try and pass off your painfully cretinous performance on sunstroke, we know you always sound like you have a steel plate in your pin head.

Iím sure youíll do much better next gabcast.

Michael Vandeven's Radio Train Wreck
« Reply #880 on: September 29, 2019, 04:46:47 PM »
Iím sure youíll do much better next gabcast.

He's been on before and he's done a pretty good job. It would be nice to get more new people. You should be on some time, I think people around here would like that.

Michael Vandeven's Radio Train Wreck
« Reply #881 on: September 29, 2019, 04:55:14 PM »
He's been on before and he's done a pretty good job. It would be nice to get more new people. You should be on some time, I think people around here would like that.

I know that heís been on before.

Also, die in a dumpster fire, you hack!

Michael Vandeven's Radio Train Wreck
« Reply #882 on: September 29, 2019, 05:09:28 PM »
I know that heís been on before.

Also, die in a dumpster fire, you hack!

You sound emotional... You need to forgive your mother.

Michael Vandeven's Radio Train Wreck
« Reply #883 on: September 29, 2019, 05:12:03 PM »
You sound emotional... You need to forgive your mother.

Itís yours Iíll never forgive. She shouldíve strangled you at birth. Oh well, at least you know what a disappointment you are to her.

Michael Vandeven's Radio Train Wreck
« Reply #884 on: September 29, 2019, 05:12:41 PM »
Itís yours Iíll never forgive. She shouldíve strangled you at birth. Oh well, at least you know what a disappointment you are to her.

the avg black person, 20 30 40 yrs old, has the emotional maturity of a pre-adolescent child

Michael Vandeven's Radio Train Wreck
« Reply #885 on: September 29, 2019, 05:14:06 PM »
the avg black person, 20 30 40 yrs old, has the emotional maturity of a pre-adolescent child

Thatís racist, you horrible monster. ::)

Michael Vandeven's Radio Train Wreck
« Reply #886 on: September 29, 2019, 05:14:37 PM »
Thatís racist, you horrible monster. ::)

Facts don't lie, I'm glad you have proven it.

Michael Vandeven's Radio Train Wreck
« Reply #887 on: September 29, 2019, 05:16:00 PM »
Facts don't lie, I'm glad you have proven it.

Youíre also an idiot. Iím white.

Michael Vandeven's Radio Train Wreck
« Reply #888 on: September 29, 2019, 05:16:59 PM »

Michael Vandeven's Radio Train Wreck
« Reply #889 on: September 29, 2019, 05:23:01 PM »
I have the sincere belief that if I hadn't volunteered at "the last minute" there would have not been a GabCast at all.

I did zero show prep, and worked in my yard until shortly before showtime.  I had no idea the thing was going to run past the "normal" 1-2 hours.

No excuses, but my thinking was that since no-one had the balls to co-host, if I didn't step up to the plate we would have had another cancelled GabCast due to "lack of interest."

Nautical Shore.

Thank you for your service, kid!

-1.25 LAXs

Noted.  What is the title of this thread?  Did I not call it a minor derailment instead of a trainwreck. (Sorry pal but that's the best I can do.)   Did it occur to you that I'm giving you all the benefit of the doubt.  If you'll review the bidding you'll find that I am perhaps the least critical of the critics.  Where would you rank the GabCast among, say, the last 10? 

Thank you for thanking me for my service albeit completely unnecessary.  It was my honor to serve.

Michael Vandeven's Radio Train Wreck
« Reply #890 on: September 29, 2019, 05:47:50 PM »
Youíre also an idiot. Iím white.

You're just another privileged white man picking on a dumb cracker.  When are you going to give us people of color a break--you know, reparations and all?


Michael Vandeven's Radio Train Wreck
« Reply #891 on: September 29, 2019, 05:51:59 PM »
You're just another privileged white man picking on a dumb cracker.  When are you going to give us people of color a break--you know, reparations and all?



Resolved.

Michael Vandeven's Radio Train Wreck
« Reply #892 on: September 29, 2019, 06:47:15 PM »
I think we were all able to tell you did no show prep, you blithering dipsomaniac; unless the prep involved sucking on a few tallboys - and yes that's a euphemism. And don't try and pass off your painfully cretinous performance on sunstroke, we know you always sound like you have a steel plate in your pin head.
Pate gonna Pate.


Michael Vandeven's Radio Train Wreck
« Reply #893 on: September 29, 2019, 10:58:51 PM »
Noted.  What is the title of this thread?  Did I not call it a minor derailment instead of a trainwreck. (Sorry pal but that's the best I can do.)   Did it occur to you that I'm giving you all the benefit of the doubt.  If you'll review the bidding you'll find that I am perhaps the least critical of the critics.  Where would you rank the GabCast among, say, the last 10? 

Thank you for thanking me for my service albeit completely unnecessary.  It was my honor to serve.

Haha.  I too am proud to have served, in my mind I mainly wanted to protect the right of Americans (not ShreddedVagtard) to expess their incorrect opinions.

Becux, America.

My main point was that no one else stepped up to the plate, and much like my enlistment in the Army, I made a command decision to protect and serve the GabCast.

SV should know that I swore a blod-oat to Osama bin Liberace! to imbibe my first adult beverage "on-air" after the official start of that momentous GabCast.  I think I showed great restraint in waiting five minutes or so to do so.  (For those keeping score at home I had 10 Miller High-Life tall boys and one full pint of Jameson, the hangover was wonderful!  Don't think I ate anything, that day either...)

As to the ranking of that GabCast in the past 10?  Given that x= the total # of GabCasts (past and future)

My ranking of that one would be x+1th place out of x total GabCasts.  And I would gladly do it again, had fun.  As a graduate of the igNooron Broadcast Academy & Clown school I learned that the #1 rule is "fuck the audience" (wink. Wink, Roz!)

-clown honk-

+1 CHUBB, kid!

Michael Vandeven's Radio Train Wreck
« Reply #894 on: September 29, 2019, 11:27:32 PM »
I have the sincere belief that if I hadn't volunteered at "the last minute" there would have not been a GabCast at all.

I did zero show prep, and worked in my yard until shortly before showtime.  I had no idea the thing was going to run past the "normal" 1-2 hours.

No excuses, but my thinking was that since no-one had the balls to co-host, if I didn't step up to the plate we would have had another cancelled GabCast due to "lack of interest."

Nautical Shore.

Thank you for your service, kid!

-1.25 LAXs

I believe both of your performances deserve the Chefist Golden Bucket award for stout and manly fortitude in the service of podcasting.  The show must go on!  And on, and on...