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Random Topics / Re: Celebrity Deaths
« on: Today at 03:36:41 PM »
I think that's most musicians ideal exit. What are they supposed to go peacefully in their sleep?! Fuck that shit! Play until you drop, bitches!  8)
Yes, sir!  Go out in style, baby!

Hmm it's hard to say, so many low points to choose from.  The on-again off-again ouija board experiment.  The fake firing of LMH.  The three-headed guest.  Pretty much every 'alternative medicine' / infomercial show of late.  Any of George's anniversary specials.  The infamous meltdown of that one guest host, what was his name, Reuben something?  My memory may not be perfect - I may have unconsciously blotted out worse.
Don't forget "those speshial Shecret Dooors!' and his dedications to recently departed previous guest, i.e. replays, so Jorch and Tommee can skip out early for Happy Pancakes at the local greasy spoon.  I'll bet those pancakes aren't so happy after Tommee takes care of them. ;)

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Art Bell
« on: Today at 02:40:51 PM »
Art is the one who decided to take a wrecking ball to his legacy.  In my opinion he badly miscalculated with a phony ''shooter/stalker'' story, to go out as some sort of martyred hero instead of taking heat for one last pathetic quit. 

It's not the job of ''BellGab'' to fix things for him.
I don't think he counted on Ms. Wade to call the cops, after the one "incident."  Interesting how he told Pahrump's finest that the gunfire could have just been "firecrackers" and seemed to back-down on the whole thing when law enforcement was involved.  Wouldn't want to start walking on the fringes of false reports, would we?  It's one thing to complain about streaming problems versus accusations of criminal activities.

Oh, well, whatever.  It's just sad the whole legacy went out with "The Stalker" and bad streaming, instead of a graceful fade out, via MITD or Dark Matter.  I haven't been able to listen to the old C2C shows with much of any interest since.  You don't have to worry about Premiere continuing to air old shows on Somewhere in Time on Saturdays, as far as I'm concerned.  I no longer listen.

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Art Bell
« on: Today at 02:33:28 PM »
That's just it, isn't it.  We all speak for ourselves. 

And Art and his fragile overblown ego can't tolerate anything other than 100% adulation.  So, you know, do the math.
Even then, with any adulation on this thread, he'd usually ignore it and go after any kind of critique.  So, what IS the latest on The Stalker?  Just faded away after you hung it up, huh, Art?  It's good he's down with HW, though.  No problems there.

Random Topics / Re: Celebrity Deaths
« on: Today at 02:26:03 PM »
Adios, Sib.  Strike up the drums, with Brad on the vocals.

"Hashian played on Boston's first two hit records, their self-titled debut album in 1976, featuring the hit song "More Than a Feeling," and the 1978 followup, "Don't Look Back." The original band, made up of Tom Scholz, Brad Delp, Barry Goudreau, Fran Sheehan and Hashian, had one of the most successful debut records in history, selling over 17 million copies, with the singles "Long Time" and "Peace of Mind.""

I'm interested in George's three Emmy Awards.  When pinned down he admits they were Regional Emmy's. And they weren't for radio.

On this very forum he said what they were for. 

Given the suspicion he, cough, stretches the truth, I'd like to at least see photos of them.  If they exist, no doubt he has Tommee polish them every morning before he get in.
Ha!  For "scenic design" and Jorch made a blizzard?

"Make mine toooooomeric."

is that George Senda in the middle of those pictures?
Dave.  Dave Noorie.  Every radio station manager knows about him.

There was a pretty whacked-out guest a couple weekends ago, on w/ Syrett or maybe Church, I can't remember which.  In any case he talked about how some reptoids get the munchies for humans, especially the young ones.  He described this in some stomach-churning detail.  I was feeling bad for George since he must've felt like he missed a great story.
Not to worry.  Jorch will just dial-up his Coast Insider subscription once he reads your post.  He owes you now, Zeeb.  I hope squirrels like tooomeric.

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Art Bell
« on: Yesterday at 05:07:02 PM »
I wish I could take full credit for these two gifs, but I have to credit these to an anonymous source.
I blame this guy. Let's go after him.

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Art Bell
« on: Yesterday at 04:11:11 PM »
Quote from: rekcuf link=topic=30.msg10269y66#msg1026966 date=1490215520
Art, this is your life now...

LOL.  From King of the Night to The Queen of Pahrump.

Politics / Re: London terrorist attack
« on: Yesterday at 03:47:26 PM »
Pud has still not yet identified the problem, so sad.

He'd need a mirror for that.  Sadly, it broke years ago.

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Art Bell
« on: Yesterday at 03:36:57 PM »
Can you believe they are going to build a Leslie statue?

Blind Nathan is the current Leslie of Austin though. He is a man who pretends to be blind. Always ask people for rides to the school for blind, then hitgs them up for money. Dude has made BANK from tourist and college idiots.
Austin is a trip.  That's how I'll keep it. ;)

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Art Bell
« on: Yesterday at 03:05:07 PM »
Well, I'm sure some part of him will be freed soon with all the Japbait you're posting.  :D

I didn't say stop.  >:(
Speaking of bait, all we're missing is some sushi.  I could say we're missing something else but I don't want to get suied.

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Art Bell
« on: Yesterday at 02:59:45 PM »
Congratulations on the new affiliate in Canadia(sic)! Just in time for the comeback
Back any day now!  Wait.  We're talking Hoagie, right? Or the Easter Bunny?

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Art Bell
« on: Yesterday at 09:55:25 AM »
So say we ALL!

Praise MV!
Who needs happiness?  Well, other than for Happy Pancakes.  Weirdness is where it's at.  All hail MV.

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Art Bell
« on: Yesterday at 09:49:21 AM »
Lol it's been weird for some time now buddy.
Keep BellGab weird.

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Art Bell
« on: Yesterday at 09:43:50 AM »
Hi there happy people. It really amazes me how so many people can be so unhappy so much of the time. I am just living my life day by day and try and spend it as happy as I can be. Hanging out here for whatever abuse I can absorb is not part of happy (for the most part). If people were nicer I am sure I would visit more frequently, I loved the old Bell Gab. If it is simply a place to harp on everything I do or say then why not just remove it from the site? Trust me it will not hurt my feelings a bit. On the other hand, why not try being more positive and I bet the Membership would rise and people like me would visit much more. I could live with either one but this stuff is just getting boring (the biggest sin in radio)

Welcome.  Post often.  A brief intro about yourself would be nice.

Thank yeeewww!  I was just watching "War Gods of the Deep" last night.

This is ground control to Producer Tom.....
George's attempt to talk live to Tommee up in NASA's research plane with Dr Sky is an epic fail as the phone line keeps breaking up. George even adds an 'over' for a bit of added excitement and says he's getting emails asking if Tommee is OK. Jesus, the man's in aeroplane: what's the big deal?
Well, it would be a really BIG deal for the airplane.  I hope it was C5.  A tight fit, even still.

Here's my Jorch pic of day.  It must have been "all yeeewww can drink wine day."

Also, the roundup of the homeless from the shelters fell through.  They were told they would get to hear Norry.  Rumor on the street was that they were going to be human guinea pigs for supplement testing by a supposed Doc., and they ran for the nearest manhole gutter, or interstate underpass. 

They could not be herded into the institution to hear it.
Plus they heard they were going to be turned into ersatz turkee sammiches.  Just for Jorch.

"Pre-made turkee sammiches, on whole wheat, are people!"

So he's finally coming back then? And sooner rather than later...
Yep.  So is Art.  And the Easter Bunny will be here soon, too.

Noory Beats dot com

I'm waiting for Jorch to pick-up a salami and beets sponsor.

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: March 20, 2017, 08:14:21 PM »
Yep, I've been thinking this for years but I'm trying to appeal to the better natures of those here in the opposition.
I appreciate that, 21st.  Good luck, but, personally, it just leads to frustration and they usually just take advantage of it.  They can't be reasoned with, just defeated.  Witness the usual milquetoast RINO, compared to Trump. 

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: March 20, 2017, 07:34:52 PM »
I'm going to post this video.  I'm only going to focus on what Feinstein says from 12:45 on.  She has no clue about the constitutional amendment process.  The Constitution "evolves" through the amendment process not some random judge determining what it means by sticking his finger into the air. 

If we allowed our political classes to determine what is constitutional and what is not then we could easily descend into a fascist state.  Imagine if the Republicans, Congress and Judges were Nazis like some on the left claim, think what would happen today under Feinstein's logic that the Constitution is a living and breathing document.  The politicians(including judges) could just decide what the Constitution means according to their whims.  Scary stuff.  There is a reason why the Constitution is difficult to amend.  So these rights cannot be taken away unless we a huge majority are sure.  Think about it.

Yes, sir.  Unfortunately, the wacko leftistis, such as FrankenFeinstein, already ignore the Constitution and attempt to do whatever they desire.  Constitution, amendment process be damned.  They know it's very difficult to legitimately change the Constitution so they attempt to circumvent it by ignoring it, whether it be executive, legislative, or judicial.  They need to be flat-out called out on their arrogant ways and told to "fuck-off" and get lost, not kowtowed and catered to.

Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Knapp
« on: March 20, 2017, 06:48:51 PM »
Would you believe I just recently discovered Tarkus?  Great stuff.  I have a soft spot for 70's era prog-rock, so I always love to find new good examples.  Personally I think PF's Animals is an underated album, and has some of Gilmour's most inventive guitar work, but I can understand how it doesn't really have wide appeal.  Btw one of my all-time fave bands is Yes.  Don't know if you've checked them out much but I'm still blown away by their live album Yessongs even though I've heard it countless times.  They have an expansive almost mystical sound which at times is reminiscent with what's on Dark Side of the Moon.  :)
I remember a good friend introducing me to ELP with Tarkus way back in my fast-times-at-some-high-school days.  Yes, Rush, Robin Trower, oh man, good listening times in college.  Then, in my senior year at college, added arena bands, like Boston and Kansas, and stumbled into Fleetwood Mac and Heart.  Absolutely loved the first two Boston albums, with Schultz's misfit genius talent and Brad Delp's voice.  Just a great sound to my ears. :)

R.I.P., Mr. Delp.  Like many other talents, you left us way too, soon.  Your voice lives on.

Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Knapp
« on: March 20, 2017, 06:38:56 PM »
I'm gonna have to stretch this bottle out somehow, think I'll reserve it for Knapp nites only.  Luckily for Noory nites I've got a jug of discount vodka, which can also be used for gasoline.
Too bad you can't make a molotov cocktail with your cheap vodka, just for Jorch's toupee. ;) 

"I'll have whut mah hair's having!"

And Jorch thought a microwave pizza roll was bad. :)

Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Knapp
« on: March 20, 2017, 06:36:25 PM »
I have a LOT of favorite bands and albums, but I think my all time favorite to listen to, as well as watch, is Santana.
Most excellent.  I saw them in concert several years back.  Absolutely awesome.  Carlos was in all white.  Dazzling.  I thought I was witnessing the second coming. ;)  ;D

Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Knapp
« on: March 20, 2017, 09:16:29 AM »
That was fun. I liked the first guest much better than the second, but I managed to stay awake almost to the end, enjoying the show and the thread.
I need to plan better.  I forgot Knapp was on last night and scheduled an appointment for early this morning, so I nodded off after the first hour.  I'll punish myself by listening to Bad George sometime this week.  Ack.  :P  I promise to do better for Good George next time.

Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Knapp
« on: March 20, 2017, 09:08:01 AM »
I'm not a huge fan of the last few albums with Waters.  The Final Cut is meh.  The Wall has some great songs.  Not a big fan of Animals either.  Problem with these albums is Waters dominates and there is little collaboration going on.  Their best stuff is when they collaborate.  Wish You Were Here is a great album and I fancy some of the earlier albums too including those with Barrett.
For me, Dark Side was the peak and is deservedly one of the great albums of all time.  I hit the wall with Floyd in '79.

Just so many great albums with a similar "escapist" vibe during the time frame of Dark Side of the Moon.  One of my other favorites, courtesy of ELP.

Hard to take that both Emerson and Lake are now gone.  Emerson a little over a year ago and Lake in December.   :(


...Speaking of 'thudder', does anyone have skinny on why his live stage show event in LA was cancelled?...

Because enough folks suddenly realized listening to a moron wannabe lounge singer wasn't worth paying for?  Tommee knows LA.  LA knows Jorch.

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