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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 08:23:36 PM »
Dishonest? Who's dishonest here?

I can't understand why you're willing to believe Trump and disparage the media who have the nerve to question his daily lies and half-truths. But carry on, bend over buddy...


Tell me, which of Trump's lies are more disgusting, dishonest, and poisonously divisive than the daily filth about him and his supporters being racist fascists?  Which are worse than the baseless, poisonous lies about him ''colluding with the Russians'' to interfere with the election?

Really, I'd like to know.  Now this is the hard part: try to not sound stupid when you respond.

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Random Topics / Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« on: Yesterday at 08:00:02 PM »
Why wait for AlienCon?  George could start selling his autograph NOW.

There won't be any autographs.  First, signing things is too much like work, and you have to already know Falkie hates that.  Second, he hates being told what to do even more than he hates working, so STFU. 

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Puerto Rico's existing massive, unpayable debt is just one reason countries, states, local governments, etc should not be borowing money for current consumption, and digging themselves into a huge debt hole.

Will Puetro Rico be able to borrow billions more to rebuild?  I sure hope the US isn't going to bail them out.  Food and medicine, and whatever else FEMA-type agencies do short term, then they're on their own.


The US obtained PR, along with Cuba, The Phillipines, and Guam from Spain after defeating them in the Spanish-American war.  In the modern world, is PR still a strategic asset?  Do we still need to control it to protect the Gulf of Mexico.  Making them the 51st state is out of the question, is it time to cut them loose?

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 03:13:29 PM »
I think its unforgivable for those cbeapskates to live in your head without paying rent the way they do. I hope they at least do the dishes once in awhile.

I realize you think these two corrupt, divisive, incompetent people are just wonderful, and wish to discourage anyone saying otherwise, but - this being the politics section - discussion of their conduct is going to come up anyway, sorry.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 02:46:49 PM »
You mean Mueller? The same Mueller who was appointed by Trump appointee the current DAG? The same Mueller Trump praised? The same Mueller who is following to the letter the remit he was given, under the direction of the DoJ? Do you seriously think Robert Mueller who is universally admired for his obsessive attention to detail and following the law as written by Congress so much as steals a paper clip?

You'd make what he's doing illegal because you don't like he's looking into Trump and his circus? No mention yet from Trump of the FACT Russia has and continues to interfere in US and European politics...Not a peep. Although the entire US security community say it happened (As well as UK and other European security services)..

I was actually referring to Antifa, the media with their daily dishonesty, and certain Democrats doing the same.

Since the entire Swamp is in on this, including the Establishment Republicans, Muller being a well respected member of said Swamp isn't exactly a ringing endorsement

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Random Topics / Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« on: Yesterday at 02:24:12 PM »
A reminder for all you evil fools, haters, and trolls out there...The Master(tm) has issued a very stern warning concerning *HIS* T-shirt design coming out tomorrow.  It is trademarked...(tm), for all you laypersons out there...well, he says there is a (tm) pending.  He also says *HE* will go after anyone who attempts to steal *HIS* design.   Anyway, this news belongs to the Senda News Network (tm), no copyright infringement intended or implied, and I claim full fair use status on this communique.  Thank you, have yourselves a pleasant day.

I think I'll have someone living off governmenthandouts sell the knockoff t-shirts.  As Falkie knows, those funds can't be garnished.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 02:20:08 PM »
You're right, aldous. Hillary is irrelevant.

And yet she and Barry are still out making divisive speeches and promoting failed policies.  It's like they never left.

But I do get why you don't want anyone bringing it up

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Random Topics / Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« on: Yesterday at 12:37:42 PM »
GFM charges 8%. I bet he wants the weekend pass with merchandise bundle for $129 plus extra to cover the GFM fees.  Not realizing if he gets the senior citizen pass he can still buy a bunch of stuff and come in less. Or maybe he wants in to one of the $100 autograph or photoop sessions.


How much will he be charging Muddy for bridge tolls on the way to Pasadena?  I'm sure he only knows one way to get there

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 12:18:12 PM »
There's plenty of smoke, you just dismiss it all and focus on the shortcomings of an irrelevant elderly woman and an ex-president. Once again, you appear to know more about the investigation than the rest of us. They aren't going to give bulletins every five minutes.

The main concern ought to be that Trump was intended to act as some kind of lobbyist for Russia. He'd be more entitled to the benefit of the doubt if he hadn't spent so much time telling lies and half-truths. I don't know the details, of course, and he's entitled to the presumption of innocence, but it's like looking at a balance sheet and seeing that things don't add up. It might be an accounting error, but only an idiot would fail to check more deeply.

We have seen, over the course of his presidency, that he is rash and dim. He has also shown that he's capable of going round the backs of people and doing deals on the side. It's perfectly possible for someone like that to find himself in deep water without knowing how he got there.

''Plenty of smoke'', yet you can't or won't spell out what the interference was, and Trump's role in it.  Nor, apparently, can anyone else. 

And how have I tied the ''smoke'' to Hilary and Barry?  I've pointed out their felonies, abuses of power, and incompetence, but the only thing I've asked about either regarding this is why didn't Barry do anything if there was interference he says he knew about, or tell us what it is?  And he certainly should know, he ordered the wiretapping after lying to the FISO judge to get the approval.


As far as the main concern - that would be the Fake News Media and the Democrats, acting in tandem to try to overturn the results of an election, and going beyond acceptable tactics in frustrating the will of the people.  Meaning further use of race to divide the country (interesting how it always somehow comes down to this with them), the encouragementstreet thuggery in denying people's rights to speak and hear speakers and to intimidate, and the avalanche of filth being dumped on Trump.  That's the concern, not more bullshit you made up and can't substantiate in the least. 

Their actions are Unamerican.  They are undemocratic.  They are disgusting and dispicable.  If their conduct isn't illegal, it should be, although come to think of it, the RICO statutes are fairly broad.  Since you can't answer my first question, how about this one:  why are you  supporting this filth?

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Random Topics / Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« on: Yesterday at 08:22:50 AM »
Any updates on what Falkie had for dinner last night?

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... Recently? You've been making this stupid baseless observation for like a decade George and because you lack even the smallest crumb of self-awareness you may not even be aware how ridiculous you sound.


The thing about this is - and it applies to more than just George Noory - in America today we have 320 million people, and a vast media reaching everyone, that loves to shower attention on celebrities.  Any given psuedo-celebrity only has to have a small percentage of the population to be considered hugely popular, and make decent money from that.  Once a person attains ''star status'', other ''fans'' jump on the celebrity bandwagon.

Look at some of the people in Hollywood, or entertainment in general who have become famous simply because they've had some degree of attention.  The Kardashians are the poster girls for this, but they aren't alone. 

Norry isn't at that level, but he's close enough to be able to attract fans to these stupid conventions, and get a cut of the ticket sales.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 07:25:01 AM »
Absurd things happen frequently. For instance, the doctor who ruins his career by molesting his patients. Makes no sense, yet it happens. I don't know if he's guilty of anything but if you ignore the smoke don't be surprised if your house burns down.

Nobody is saying that they colluded for ten years to win the election. I imagine they are looking at the extent of his financial dealings with Russia and how they connect with Trump.

Speaking of smoke, there isn't any.  Accusing someone of something, then having every reporter, every political operative, and three investigative teams digging for months and coming up completely empty doesn't exactly suggest there is anything to this. 

My question was (and please answer):  what was the interference, what did the ''collusion'' comprise of, and what was Trump's role in it?  Not only do we not have evidence, we don't seem to even have an actual accusation, other than ''he did it''. 

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 07:18:43 AM »
Ok, I get it. You hate "illegal aliens", which you mention in nearly every post here. There must be a special thread for that where you and albrecht can commiserate. Either it's a personal issue with you, or a lame attempt to divert the topic discussion of Trump being a failure as president.

The election was about borders.  The top priority of the voters, and top issue Trump ran on, was controlling our borders - including illegal immigrants from Latin America (who are taking jobs by undercutting pay, overwhelming our social services, and blowing up our state budgets), and unvetted Muslims claiming to be ''refugees''.  Repealing ObamaCare, draining the swamp, dealing with the debt, jobs, America First on trade and other treaties, and foreign policy and military intervention were important but secondary to border control.

The dispicable Left knows that, and has turned border control and the vetting of those from war torn and potentially hostile Islamic nations into ''fascism'' - then deployed fascist tactics to try to get their way trough intimdation.

So yeah, border issues are going to continue coming up.


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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 07:10:56 AM »
... Trump's presidency serves to illustrate the weakness of our checks and balances when it comes to presidental power...

Are you joking, or really this stupid?

Berock Obama ''illustrated'' the weakness of our checks and balances, when he did everything he could think of to undermine and go around our Constitution.  As a Left-wing ideologue who had studied our Constitution, he and his cronies had clearly spent much time pinpointing it's weaknesses and points of attack.

He ignored court orders, legislated illegally through Executive Orders, disregarded the Senate's role in approving treaties by calling it an agreement - then ran to the UN to implement it before it could be blocked, stated the Senate was not in session when it was - in order to make recess appointments, and ignored laws he didn't like and dictated new laws in their place.  He directed federal agencies, especially the EPA, to issue regulations with no underlying legislative authority.  He went well beyond the limits to his office in many areas,  He abused his office multiple ways, including the IRS blocking tax exempt status for conservative groups, spying on reporters and news agencies, spying on Trump, spying on the Trump campaign, surveillance of all Americans.  And on and on.

He knew that the media would always side with him.  He knew that it would take years for suits filed against his actions to wind their way through the legal system, and he could do as he pleased in each dispute until the final decision.  He knew the only way to stop a president was impeachment and removal, and that in our two party system there would never be a 2/3 vote for removal in the Senate.


The fact is, those disgusted by this man's conduct brought all this up throughout his presidency.  You were told that allowing it to continue was a danger to the republic, as it would set precedent for any future president - perhaps one you didn't care for.  Not one single person on the Left or in the Democrat Party was at all interested. 

Instead, they offered Hilary Clinton (!) as their next choice.  No doubt a continuation of the lawlessnss of the previous eight years.  Instead they got Donald Trump. Of course Trump isn't actually doing what Obama did, isn't following the path of abusing his office, but as always, we can tell what the Ds are up to simply by seeing what they are accusing others of doing.  Interesting your accusation that Trump is undermining checks and balances is a little light on facts and examples, although it's to be expected - since there aren't any.

In fact the abuses of checks and balances during the Trump Presidency so far have come from the courts - in overstepping their limits by inserting themselves in immigration and national security issues that are well beyond their Constitutional authority.

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... What would he be doing if they didn't give him this gig? A dentist? maybe a rodeo for a qualified host.

George had hit rock bottom, and someone he knew gave him an overnight radio local host slot making dukey.  He quickly decided to copy Art Bell, then for some reason became a fill in host for Art.

I think a person has to have schooling and certification to be a dentist.  I picture George as making sandwiches somewhere.

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... He can only be pissed about this thread...

He's given up on the intermittent charm offensives.  Now we're just haters and trolls.

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... Noory needs a staff of 8 to help him along.. and sadly he still stinks...

So that's eight people working a minimum of eight hours a day each to put out a show.  8 x 8 = 64 man hours per show, minimum.  Fail.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 02:18:00 AM »
I'd like to know where all this surety comes from. You don't know him, he's just a face on a screen...

Well, for one thing, it sounds absurd.  Occam's Razor.

For another, we haven't even had a hint of what the ''collusion'' would be.  Even though Obama ''knew about it'', we haven't heard a thing about what ''it'' was, and how it was related to Trump.  Surprising, because Obama loves to hear himself talk, regardless of subject.  Now the fake investigator is looking at 10 years of whatever records he can demand people hand over.  How could the Trump campaign have possibly colluded with the Russians for 10 years to win the election?

Next question.

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Random Topics / Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« on: Yesterday at 12:31:34 AM »
I assume this is meant as joke? I don't understand the humor? Is George Senda making jokes for this forum in his videos that only you guys understand?

Sort of

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Random Topics / Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« on: Yesterday at 12:29:41 AM »
Actually, this is an Art Bell fan site.

That's less clear now


I had to Google search to fine out what that meant.
Now I'm more confused, why would you say such a thing? I watched one of George Senda's videos and he talked about the trolls on sewergab, is Bellgab also Sewergab? Are you trolling me or George Senda? If so why? Are you guys fans of George Senda's that are making jokes about him? I don't understand a lot your humor? Some if it is very funny. Some of it is kind of creepy.
I found this video of from George Senda and it's just as confusing...


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Politics / Re: Amazing article
« on: September 20, 2017, 10:53:22 PM »
Florida

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With vinyl becoming evermore popular dirty damn hipsters will have to flee to an even more obscure music format. Where will the dirty hipsters flock in search of a new musical format?

The answer is the ultimate in heritage, organic, artisan, analog reproduction. This archaic medium is more scratch resistant and convenient compared to vinyl. Nothing can even come close to it in sound reproduction at any price point. Yet retains all the looks and tactile seduction of analog, without any of the drawbacks of analog, or digital.

Get in on the ground-floor nao, before it's too late! Collect all that cryptocurrency from smartphones, and damp crinkled cash from skinny jeans. Insure you ply the air liberally with a lexicon of hipster buzzwords. Nothing lubricates a hipster to throw gobs of cash around better than a thick layer of locally sourced smugness, except sniffing their own farts...

Do I have to drink Pabst when listening to it? - because I hate that crap

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: September 20, 2017, 09:30:40 PM »
Whew!  What a relief!  And here everyone but you and two others on the planet where thinking that it was.  Thanks for enlightening us.

Appeasers gonna appease

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Random Topics / Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« on: September 20, 2017, 07:02:16 PM »
Comment from Youtube fan Clyde Stone:

Mr. Senda, I'm considering giving a donation but I have to have some  things cleared up.  First, you are wishing to go to a couple paranormal-type events, yet you put out almost no paranormal material on your channel.  Second, you are "The Guy From Pittsburgh" but you are giving a tour of San Fran?  Third, I looked at your Paypal account and it says that you are living in Afghanistan.  What?

The whole ''guy from Pittsburgh'' thing is just plain stupid.  It makes no sense.  He's not from Pittsburgh, doesn't live there, never goes there, doesn't talk about it, and certainly isn't the image of a big, tough, hard working, beer drinking steel worker - just the opposite.  Yet he starts out every video with it, and says it with such conviction.

For all the sense it makes, he may as well start his vidoes saying he's the internet's dumb guy.     

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Random Topics / Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« on: September 20, 2017, 05:27:00 PM »
How long do we get to bask in his glory if we go? Will he accept an offering of frankincense and/or myrrh?

Falkie will decide that.  He has heard that his thread is conducive to romance, and is interested in exploring this aspect of Sewergab   

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Random Topics / Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« on: September 20, 2017, 05:13:19 PM »
Good God! Just checked the GoFuckMe and some deluded female has donated five bucks but wants to make it 500. I hope she's caught before she does any more harm.

''Large'' Marge Bateman?

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Random Topics / Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« on: September 20, 2017, 05:07:29 PM »
http://www.eastbaytimes.com/2017/08/10/black-angus-in-pleasant-hill-remains-closed-after-electrical-fire/

Yes, it's in Pleasant Hill.  Not Walnut Creek.  One would think a news breaking reporter living mooching in the area for decades would know that.

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Random Topics / Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« on: September 20, 2017, 12:05:31 AM »
My guess is mighty MV needs content for the documentary, so the Trojan Horse has been dispatched...

I see the entire documentary leading up to the marriage of two Falkie Thread posters.  The final scene would be them them driving off into the sunset in their new RV, heading to Martinez to visit Falkie.



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Random Topics / Re: Camper trailors
« on: September 19, 2017, 10:24:49 PM »
septic tank??? Haha save money and get a sweet pop up trailer and some dang beer boxes

This is excellent advice as well, and we haven't even gotten around to WWFD, What Would Falkie Do

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