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Re: Midnight In The Desert With Heather Wade
« Reply #66030 on: December 04, 2017, 08:07:25 PM »
Really?

More than one Bozo the Clown? Life will never again be the same for me. My only brush with greatness, getting hugged by Bozo the Clown may of been by an imposter Bozo?

What others vestiges of my youthful innocents will be unmasked by reading Bellgab?

Wikipedia: Bozo the Clown
Local TV Bozos


Austin, Texas
James Franklin Davis III at KHFI TV 42[7]
Baltimore, Maryland
Stu Kerr (1960s) at WMAR-TV
Bangor, Maine
Mike Dolley (1962–1967) at WABI-TV
Birmingham, Alabama
Bart Darby (1961–1962) at WBRC-TV
Ward McIntyre (1962–1968) at WBRC-TV
Boston, Massachusetts
Frank Avruch (1959–1970) at WHDH-TV (now WCVB-TV)
Buffalo, New York
Francis X Stack at WUTV-TV
Belo Horizonte, Brazil[8]
Jonas Santos (1980's) at TV Alterosa
Evandro Antunes (1980's) at TV Alterosa
Brazil (national broadcasting based in Sγo Paulo)[9]
Wandeko Pipoca (1980-1981) at TV Record Sγo Paulo and TVS Rio de Janeiro; at SBT (1981-1982)
Luis Ricardo (1982-1990) at SBT
Arlindo Barreto (1983-1986) at SBT
Marcos Pajι (now Marcos Fiel) (1983-1986) at SBT
Luiz Leandro (1985-1986) at SBT
Edilson Oliveira (1986-1987) at SBT
Dιcio Roberto (1986-1991) at SBT
Paulo Seyssel (1980's) at SBT
Andrι Luiz Sucesso (2007-2011, guest appearances) at SBT
Jean Santos (2012-2014) at SBT
Charlotte, North Carolina
Jim Patterson (1962–1966) at WBTV-TV
Chicago, Illinois
Bob Bell (1960–1984) at WGN-TV
Joey D'Auria (1984–2001) at WGN-TV
Dayton/Springfield, Ohio
David Eaton (early 1970s) at WSWO-TV
Denver, Colorado
Ned Austin (1956-1961) at KUSA (KBTV Channel 9)
Detroit, Michigan (see also Windsor, Ontario)
Bob McNea (1959–1967) at WWJ-TV
Jerry Booth (1967) at CKLW-TV
Art Cervi (1967–1979) at CKLW-TV (1967–1975) and WJBK-TV (1975–1979)
Andrew F. Smith (1991–1997) at WADL (TV)[citation needed]
El Paso, Texas
Howell Eurich (1968–1972) at KROD-TV
Flint, Michigan
Frank Cady (1967–1979)[10] at WJRT-TV
Fort Wayne, Indiana
Dan Berry (1987-1989)
Grand Rapids, Michigan
Bill Merchant (August 1966 – 1968) at WZZM-TV
Dick Richards (1968–1999) at WZZM-TV
Green Bay, Wisconsin
Jerry Drake(1960's) at WLUK-TV
Jacksonville, Florida
Andrew H. Amyx (1961–1966) at WFGA-TV (now WTLV-TV)
Bill Boydston (1967-1975) at WFGA-TV (now WTLV-TV)
Roger Bowers (1960-1961) at WJHL-TV (Bowers used a ventriloquist dummy that looked like Bozo's "little pal Butchie" in the cartoons.)
Little Rock, Arkansas
Gary Weir (1966–early 1970s) at KATV-TV; also (late 1980s) at KARK-TV; also at KAIT-TV in Jonesboro, Arkansas (1970s–1980s); also at KLRT-TV in Little Rock in the late 1980s.
Los Angeles, California
Vance Colvig, Jr. (1959–1964) at KTLA-TV (son of the original Bozo the Clown)
Memphis, Tennessee
Jim Chapin (1955) at WHBQ-TV
Mexico City
Jose Manuel Vargas (1960s–1990s) at Canal de las Estrellas
Miami, Florida
Alan Rock (1968–1970) at WAJA-TV
Moline, Illinois
Keith Andrews (1967) at WQAD-TV
Monterrey
Jose Marroquin (1961–1963) at XHX-TV
Nashville, Tennessee
Tom Tichenor (1959) at WSM-TV (now WSM-TV) (WSM-TV later became WSMV-TV)
Dick Brackett (late 1959–1966) at WSM-TV (now WSM-TV) (Tom Tichenor accepted a Broadway show opportunity and Dick Brackett took his place.)
Joe Holcombe (mid 1960s - late 1970's) at WSIX-TV (now WKRN-TV). His wife played Cousin Littlefoot, an Indian Maid Clown.
Jim Kent (late 1960 to early 1970s) at WSIX-TV (now WKRN-TV)
New Bedford, Massachusetts
Bennett B. Schneider IV (1970–1972) at WTEV-TV (now WLNE-TV)
New Orleans, Louisiana
Samuel "Sonny" Tustin Adams, Jr. (1957-?) at WWL-TV[11]
Rob Labby 1970's
New York City, New York
Bill Britten (1959–1964) at WPIX-TV
Gordon Ramsey (1969–1970) at WOR-TV
Orlando, Florida
Alan Rock (1971–1974) at WFTV-TV
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Doug Wing (1969) (WTAF-TV)
Craig Michael Mann (1970) (WTAF-TV)
Deon Aumier (1989–1990) at WGBS-TV
Bob McCone (1990–1994) (WGBS-TV)
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Deeny Kaplan at WPGH-TV
Providence, Rhode Island
Jeremy Baker at WNAC-TV
Raleigh, North Carolina
Paul Montgomery (1960–1961) at WRAL-TV
Rio de Janeiro, Brasil
Charles Myara (1980's) at TVS Rio de Janeiro
Nani Souza (1980's) at TVS Rio de Janeiro
Richmond, Virginia
Jerry Harrell (until 1974) at WTVR-TV
Salvador, Bahia, Brazil
Cau Alves (1980's) at TV Itapoan
Shreveport, Louisiana at KTBS-TV
Joe Miot (1967–1968)
Terry MacDonald (now Mac McDonald) (1968)
Drew Hunter (1969–1970)
Sioux Falls, South Dakota
Pat Tobin (1960–1962) at KSOO-TV
Syracuse, New York
Mike Lattif (1971-1972) at WNYS-TV (now WSYR-TV)
Toledo, Ohio
Jim Chaplin (1960's) at WSPD-TV
Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington, Minnesota
Roger Erickson (c. 1959–63) at WCCO-TV
Utica, New York
Ed Whittaker (early to late 1960s) at WKTV-TV
Washington, D.C.
Willard Scott (1959–1962) at WRC-TV
Tony Alexi (1971-1972) at WDCA-TV
Dick Dyszel (1972–1977) at WDCA-TV
Windsor, Ontario (see also Detroit, Michigan)
Jerry Booth (1967) CKLW-TV
Art Cervi (1967–1975) at CKLW-TV
Worcester, Massachusetts
Tom Matzell (1970–1974) at WSMW-TV[/i]
Wow! I had NO IDEA the Bozo conspiracy ran so deep. There really is a "deep state" clown action going on here!

Re: Midnight In The Desert With Heather Wade
« Reply #66031 on: December 04, 2017, 08:07:46 PM »
Didn't Art say and post that "he is no longer involved with the show?" Did he sell or license his likeness/name/endorsement or something (like how Jimmy Dean sausage can still be called Jimmy Dean even though he sold the operation off decades ago?) How is [Redacted}, Keith, etc allowed to use his name unless he consented or sold it? Or maybe, here  is a real conspiracy theory, there is no "Art Bell," but that name/personality was made up by Keith and copyrighted and the former host was some other guy using that name (like there have been many Lassies, Darrins, Bozos, etc.)

Fetching his quotes verbatim, including a question I asked. The question to rights over his archive shows wasn't answered, so they are probably like his C2C shows, they are played at the will of the owning network - or not as in the case of MITD. The rest is a matter of speculation as to whether he was ever invited back (outside of the one March 2016 show) or if he declined when invited. Heather has on air declared an open invitation, at least over the air which is not the same as an in person offer and signing anything and transferring the stream and other things that would make that happen.  Was he making nice to get back on the air? Is there a reason Keith and Heather want to keep him off the air? Who knows at this point.
15 April 2016
“I speak with Keith every now and then, I advise Heather in ways she can get better at what she loves doing and beyond that have zero part of the Network. I have offered to fill in as needed, that's it.”
03 April 2016
I have no connection to the Network any longer. Yes I try to help Heather as she learns the ropes but that's all.
22 Feb 2016
“Let's see, again for the record, I do not make a penny from the current MITD and have not since the day I went off the air, nor will I. I help Heather with advice.”
27 January 2016
I did not allow Heather to do anything, as I pointed out I have no official position at the Network at all, none.

Art
Dyna-X: This explains a lot. Many were under the impression that you were a co-owner with Keith. So do you want us to understand that Heather has worked for the Network and not technically for you since August specifically to support MITD as producer and that your sole interest in the Network since it started was solely to be a host for MITD? Do you own the rights to your MITD hosted shows?

Art: That is correct, I have had zero authority or financial interest since the day I left.

Re: Midnight In The Desert With Heather Wade
« Reply #66032 on: December 04, 2017, 08:13:56 PM »
Hey it's Whitecrow! Another BellaHaven listener!

Oh yeah .. back in the days when there was magic in the internet "streaming" podcasts.


Re: Midnight In The Desert With Heather Wade
« Reply #66033 on: December 04, 2017, 08:14:13 PM »
Please... George doesn't like being addressed as "Falkie" anymore.

FIFY

Richard C. Hoagland's Art Bell's Midnight In The Desert with Heather Wade, featuring the artist formally know as Falkie, NKA The YouTube Super Star George Senda AKA "The Guy from Pittsburgh" not to be confused with YouTube Super Star Jason Callen and his loyal legion.

Tell him to stop being such a snowflake.  ;)

Re: Midnight In The Desert With Heather Wade
« Reply #66034 on: December 04, 2017, 08:17:25 PM »
Really?

More than one Bozo the Clown? Life will never again be the same for me. My only brush with greatness, getting hugged by Bozo the Clown, may have been by an imposter Bozo?

What others vestiges of my youthful innocents will be unmasked by reading Bellgab?

Wikipedia: Bozo the Clown
Local TV Bozos


Austin, Texas
James Franklin Davis III at KHFI TV 42[7]
Baltimore, Maryland
Stu Kerr (1960s) at WMAR-TV
Bangor, Maine
Mike Dolley (1962–1967) at WABI-TV
Birmingham, Alabama
Bart Darby (1961–1962) at WBRC-TV
Ward McIntyre (1962–1968) at WBRC-TV
Boston, Massachusetts
Frank Avruch (1959–1970) at WHDH-TV (now WCVB-TV)
Buffalo, New York
Francis X Stack at WUTV-TV
Belo Horizonte, Brazil[8]
Jonas Santos (1980's) at TV Alterosa
Evandro Antunes (1980's) at TV Alterosa
Brazil (national broadcasting based in Sγo Paulo)[9]
Wandeko Pipoca (1980-1981) at TV Record Sγo Paulo and TVS Rio de Janeiro; at SBT (1981-1982)
Luis Ricardo (1982-1990) at SBT
Arlindo Barreto (1983-1986) at SBT
Marcos Pajι (now Marcos Fiel) (1983-1986) at SBT
Luiz Leandro (1985-1986) at SBT
Edilson Oliveira (1986-1987) at SBT
Dιcio Roberto (1986-1991) at SBT
Paulo Seyssel (1980's) at SBT
Andrι Luiz Sucesso (2007-2011, guest appearances) at SBT
Jean Santos (2012-2014) at SBT
Charlotte, North Carolina
Jim Patterson (1962–1966) at WBTV-TV
Chicago, Illinois
Bob Bell (1960–1984) at WGN-TV
Joey D'Auria (1984–2001) at WGN-TV
Dayton/Springfield, Ohio
David Eaton (early 1970s) at WSWO-TV
Denver, Colorado
Ned Austin (1956-1961) at KUSA (KBTV Channel 9)
Detroit, Michigan (see also Windsor, Ontario)
Bob McNea (1959–1967) at WWJ-TV
Jerry Booth (1967) at CKLW-TV
Art Cervi (1967–1979) at CKLW-TV (1967–1975) and WJBK-TV (1975–1979)
Andrew F. Smith (1991–1997) at WADL (TV)[citation needed]
El Paso, Texas
Howell Eurich (1968–1972) at KROD-TV
Flint, Michigan
Frank Cady (1967–1979)[10] at WJRT-TV
Fort Wayne, Indiana
Dan Berry (1987-1989)
Grand Rapids, Michigan
Bill Merchant (August 1966 – 1968) at WZZM-TV
Dick Richards (1968–1999) at WZZM-TV
Green Bay, Wisconsin
Jerry Drake(1960's) at WLUK-TV
Jacksonville, Florida
Andrew H. Amyx (1961–1966) at WFGA-TV (now WTLV-TV)
Bill Boydston (1967-1975) at WFGA-TV (now WTLV-TV)
Roger Bowers (1960-1961) at WJHL-TV (Bowers used a ventriloquist dummy that looked like Bozo's "little pal Butchie" in the cartoons.)
Little Rock, Arkansas
Gary Weir (1966–early 1970s) at KATV-TV; also (late 1980s) at KARK-TV; also at KAIT-TV in Jonesboro, Arkansas (1970s–1980s); also at KLRT-TV in Little Rock in the late 1980s.
Los Angeles, California
Vance Colvig, Jr. (1959–1964) at KTLA-TV (son of the original Bozo the Clown)
Memphis, Tennessee
Jim Chapin (1955) at WHBQ-TV
Mexico City
Jose Manuel Vargas (1960s–1990s) at Canal de las Estrellas
Miami, Florida
Alan Rock (1968–1970) at WAJA-TV
Moline, Illinois
Keith Andrews (1967) at WQAD-TV
Monterrey
Jose Marroquin (1961–1963) at XHX-TV
Nashville, Tennessee
Tom Tichenor (1959) at WSM-TV (now WSM-TV) (WSM-TV later became WSMV-TV)
Dick Brackett (late 1959–1966) at WSM-TV (now WSM-TV) (Tom Tichenor accepted a Broadway show opportunity and Dick Brackett took his place.)
Joe Holcombe (mid 1960s - late 1970's) at WSIX-TV (now WKRN-TV). His wife played Cousin Littlefoot, an Indian Maid Clown.
Jim Kent (late 1960 to early 1970s) at WSIX-TV (now WKRN-TV)
New Bedford, Massachusetts
Bennett B. Schneider IV (1970–1972) at WTEV-TV (now WLNE-TV)
New Orleans, Louisiana
Samuel "Sonny" Tustin Adams, Jr. (1957-?) at WWL-TV[11]
Rob Labby 1970's
New York City, New York
Bill Britten (1959–1964) at WPIX-TV
Gordon Ramsey (1969–1970) at WOR-TV
Orlando, Florida
Alan Rock (1971–1974) at WFTV-TV
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Doug Wing (1969) (WTAF-TV)
Craig Michael Mann (1970) (WTAF-TV)
Deon Aumier (1989–1990) at WGBS-TV
Bob McCone (1990–1994) (WGBS-TV)
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Deeny Kaplan at WPGH-TV
Providence, Rhode Island
Jeremy Baker at WNAC-TV
Raleigh, North Carolina
Paul Montgomery (1960–1961) at WRAL-TV
Rio de Janeiro, Brasil
Charles Myara (1980's) at TVS Rio de Janeiro
Nani Souza (1980's) at TVS Rio de Janeiro
Richmond, Virginia
Jerry Harrell (until 1974) at WTVR-TV
Salvador, Bahia, Brazil
Cau Alves (1980's) at TV Itapoan
Shreveport, Louisiana at KTBS-TV
Joe Miot (1967–1968)
Terry MacDonald (now Mac McDonald) (1968)
Drew Hunter (1969–1970)
Sioux Falls, South Dakota
Pat Tobin (1960–1962) at KSOO-TV
Syracuse, New York
Mike Lattif (1971-1972) at WNYS-TV (now WSYR-TV)
Toledo, Ohio
Jim Chaplin (1960's) at WSPD-TV
Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington, Minnesota
Roger Erickson (c. 1959–63) at WCCO-TV
Utica, New York
Ed Whittaker (early to late 1960s) at WKTV-TV
Washington, D.C.
Willard Scott (1959–1962) at WRC-TV
Tony Alexi (1971-1972) at WDCA-TV
Dick Dyszel (1972–1977) at WDCA-TV
Windsor, Ontario (see also Detroit, Michigan)
Jerry Booth (1967) CKLW-TV
Art Cervi (1967–1975) at CKLW-TV
Worcester, Massachusetts
Tom Matzell (1970–1974) at WSMW-TV[/i]

Those bastards! I loved Bozo!!  >:(

Now I don't believe in nuthin no more. I'm going to law school.

Re: Midnight In The Desert With Heather Wade
« Reply #66035 on: December 04, 2017, 08:19:12 PM »
Never much cared for Bozo.   I was more of an Oopsy kid




Of course if you wanted to go whole hog and take a real acid trip then there was Bimbo


Re: Midnight In The Desert With Heather Wade
« Reply #66036 on: December 04, 2017, 08:21:04 PM »
... “I speak with Keith every now and then, I advise Heather in ways she can get better at what she loves doing and beyond that have zero part of the Network. I have offered to fill in as needed, that's it.”
03 April 2016...

So apparently we're supposed to believe it's Keith's and Heather's fault he hasn't been filling in?

Is this guy even capable of taking responsibility for his actions?

Re: Midnight In The Desert With Heather Wade
« Reply #66037 on: December 04, 2017, 08:23:31 PM »
Never much cared for Bozo.   I was more of an Oopsy kid




Of course if you wanted to go whole hog and take a real acid trip then there was Bimbo


Thing I remember and also consider a bit weird was the inflatable punching bag Bozo. Was this licensed by Bozo? Oppsy, Capt. 20, or even a satanic scheme by late night horror hosts to get kids to hate Bozo? Weird. Romper Room looking back was a bit weird. Actually, almost all "kid" programming is frigging weird thinking about it!

Re: Midnight In The Desert With Heather Wade
« Reply #66038 on: December 04, 2017, 08:24:39 PM »
Thing I remember and also consider a bit weird was the inflatable punching bag Bozo. Was this licensed by Bozo? Oppsy, Capt. 20, or even a satanic scheme by horror hosts to get kids to hate Bozo? Weird.

I have a memory of this also.   Warrants further investigation


Re: Midnight In The Desert With Heather Wade
« Reply #66040 on: December 04, 2017, 08:30:38 PM »
So apparently we're supposed to believe it's Keith's and Heather's fault he hasn't been filling in?

Is this guy even capable of taking responsibility for his actions?
Probably both statements are true, just a matter of leaning one way or the other in ways we are not privy to. Either he's allowing his name to be used as a favor to Heather (which strains credulity) or doesn't really give a crap (slightly more believable)
Arts playing the clown either way.

Re: Midnight In The Desert With Heather Wade
« Reply #66041 on: December 04, 2017, 08:31:16 PM »

Re: Midnight In The Desert With Heather Wade
« Reply #66042 on: December 04, 2017, 08:35:42 PM »

Re: Midnight In The Desert With Heather Wade
« Reply #66043 on: December 04, 2017, 08:41:42 PM »
Thing I remember and also consider a bit weird was the inflatable punching bag Bozo. Was this licensed by Bozo? Oppsy, Capt. 20, or even a satanic scheme by late night horror hosts to get kids to hate Bozo? Weird. Romper Room looking back was a bit weird. Actually, almost all "kid" programming is frigging weird thinking about it!

I had one of those Bozos. I'm not sure who got the money though. As a little kid I was a fan of Mr. Rogers, even though my older brother would tease me about watching it. Even if he hadn't I couldn't deny nor shake that there was something innately strange about it. I suppose the first and most obvious question that comes to mind is Hey, where's his wife? I mean, here's this middle aged established man with his own house and positive ties to his community but no Mrs. Rogers?! He just wants to come home from work, take his shoes off, put his slippers on and then hang out with us kids?! Sorry, but today this would scream obvious pedophilia. Sorry, Shay.

Re: Midnight In The Desert With Heather Wade
« Reply #66044 on: December 04, 2017, 08:46:37 PM »
Those bastards! I loved Bozo!!  >:(

Now I don't believe in nuthin no more. I'm going to law school.
You should have followed the true religion.


Re: Midnight In The Desert With Heather Wade
« Reply #66045 on: December 04, 2017, 08:53:44 PM »
I had one of those Bozos. I'm not sure who got the money though. As a little kid I was a fan of Mr. Rogers, even though my older brother would tease me about watching it. Even if he hadn't I couldn't deny nor shake that there was something innately strange about it. I suppose the first and most obvious question that comes to mind is Hey, where's his wife? I mean, here's this middle aged established man with his own house and positive ties to his community but no Mrs. Rogers?! He just wants to come home from work, take his shoes off, put his slippers on and then hang out with us kids?! Sorry, but today this would scream obvious pedophilia. Sorry, Shay.
Bozo and Mr. Rogers shattered the same day?
I need a drink.
One to the WGN Bozo I thought was original.

Re: Midnight In The Desert With Heather Wade
« Reply #66046 on: December 04, 2017, 09:14:27 PM »
Bozo and Mr. Rogers shattered the same day?
I need a drink.
One to the WGN Bozo I thought was original.



With Ray Rayner as Oliver O. Oliver.

Re: Midnight In The Desert With Heather Wade
« Reply #66047 on: December 04, 2017, 09:48:34 PM »
Maybe they could hire that Leo Ashcraft fellow?

he's tied up pouring bags of mulch for a local landscaping company.

Re: Midnight In The Desert With Heather Wade
« Reply #66048 on: December 04, 2017, 11:12:39 PM »
he's tied up pouring bags of mulch for a local landscaping company.

https://www.linkedin.com/in/mutualbroadcast

Good old Leo now says he loved working with everyone at DMRN. If you recall he got in a dispute with Keith.

Re: Midnight In The Desert With Heather Wade
« Reply #66049 on: December 04, 2017, 11:37:16 PM »
Is this the numbers lady with a cold?

Re: Midnight In The Desert With Heather Wade
« Reply #66050 on: December 05, 2017, 12:15:44 AM »
It was another memorable night on Heather's internet streaming podcast. I was on pins and needles all weekend worrying about Heather and the mean words DB Stearns unfairly wrote about her. The pressure she must have be under, no support from Art and vultures circling. Would she cancel her show?

So happy now!  .. Heather and DB Stearns are internet streaming podcast pros. Maybe Keith helped them heal any wounds?

Love ALL

Re: Midnight In The Desert With Heather Wade
« Reply #66051 on: December 05, 2017, 12:35:05 AM »
It was another memorable night on Heather's internet streaming podcast. I was on pins and needles all weekend worrying about Heather and the mean words DB Stearns unfairly wrote about her. The pressure she must have be under, no support from Art and vultures circling. Would she cancel her show?

So happy now!  .. Heather and DB Stearns are internet streaming podcast pros. Maybe Keith helped them heal any wounds?

Love ALL

Not buying it. Your pitch sounds phonier than a MSM narrative.  :D

Re: Midnight In The Desert With Heather Wade
« Reply #66052 on: December 05, 2017, 12:38:00 AM »
he's tied up pouring bags of mulch for a local landscaping company.
He might be working with RCH. I saw a guy who looked like him driving by  a stone, mulch, and dirt place. Though just earlier listened to him with an somewhat incredulous Art in 2002 about him talking about nuclear Mars missions happening soon (due to budgets)  (though also would "damn sure works" also with chemical explosions. Because RCH saw a video.) Putt-putt Mobile with a lead shield. A random mp3 from the "archive" that popped up.

Re: Midnight In The Desert With Heather Wade
« Reply #66053 on: December 05, 2017, 12:49:59 AM »
Not buying it. Your pitch sounds phonier than a MSM narrative.  :D

Is it to late for an emergency Gab cast with internet streaming podcast superstars?.. MV and cohosted by Mr Bateman and Falkie? Where is The MudKing when needed? Anyone want to play the White Knight role for Heather? Grub?



Re: Midnight In The Desert With Heather Wade
« Reply #66054 on: December 05, 2017, 12:54:55 AM »
Is it to late for an emergency Gab cast with internet streaming podcast superstars?.. MV and cohosted by Mr Bateman and Falkie?

who cares?

Re: Midnight In The Desert With Heather Wade
« Reply #66055 on: December 05, 2017, 12:58:03 AM »
who cares?

Who cares? Tell that to Rosie.. We care. You have something more important going on?

Re: Midnight In The Desert With Heather Wade
« Reply #66056 on: December 05, 2017, 01:04:05 AM »
Who cares? Tell that to Rosie.. We care. You have something more important going on?

Hey money bags rich banker. You should send Heather some if your Jack to keep the show on the air. Also have you donated to Kathy's car fund. George is trying to go to a convention.

Re: Midnight In The Desert With Heather Wade
« Reply #66057 on: December 05, 2017, 01:09:26 AM »
Hey money bags rich banker. You should send Heather some if your Jack to keep the show on the air. Also have you donated to Kathy's car fund. George is trying to go to a convention.

YES! :-*  :-*  :-*  :-* Think Big!
Good idea.. we need a joint MudKing and Keith hosted GofundMe internet streaming podcast telethon for Heather and Falkie. Send them toegther to the Alien Con Convention.. Live co hosting with Curtis running the board. You know ..Content eh?

Re: Midnight In The Desert With Heather Wade
« Reply #66058 on: December 05, 2017, 01:25:15 AM »
YES! :-*  :-*  :-*  :-* Think Big!
Good idea.. we need a joint MudKing and Keith hosted GofundMe internet streaming podcast telethon for Heather and Falkie. Send them toegther to the Alien Con Convention.. Live co hosting with Curtis running the board. You know ..Content eh?

Oh that is such a wonderful idea!   Like Heather says, once you get a group together with a common goal it can be dangerous.  I hope this happens.

Re: Midnight In The Desert With Heather Wade
« Reply #66059 on: December 05, 2017, 01:29:48 AM »
Oh that is such a wonderful idea!   Like Heather says, once you get a group together with a common goal it can be dangerous.  I hope this happens.

I hope so to Queenie and also a Prius for Sweet Kathy too. Love knows no bounds