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Random Topics / Re: Random stupid things on your mind. Post them.
« on: November 02, 2017, 11:44:02 AM »

Random Topics / Re: What a crazy year for baseball...
« on: November 02, 2017, 12:25:29 AM »
Same here.  Astros were better managed and they never gave up.  By the end of the 7th, I knew the game was over.  Dodgers manager, Dave Roberts, made 2 major errors in the series.  First he pulled Rich Hill out of the game too soon in Game 2.  Second mistake was starting Darvish instead of Kershaw tonight.  He compounded that mistake by leaving Darvish in far too long.  He clearly did not have good stuff from the start of the game. 

My congrats to the Astros.

This will be interesting.
 Red Soz lost to the Astros as the #3seed and their manager gets fired.
 Yankees lost to the ASTRO IN 7 as the wildcard challenger and their. Manager get fired.
 Will the Dodgers Follow suit and fire Roberts?

The Cubs iept their manager but basically fired all of ther batting, pitching, bench and 3rd base coach. Aftergetting the WS 1 year and getting into the NLCS the next year.

These last two years have gotten my attention and has helped me have some fun tracking my teams through the summer. 

Random Topics / Re: What a crazy year for baseball...
« on: November 01, 2017, 11:36:21 PM »
and a marriage proposal accepted. That would've been an odd feeling if she didn't accept. Win a WS and then get shutdown by girlfriend. She said yes though.

Random Topics / Re: What a crazy year for baseball...
« on: November 01, 2017, 11:07:48 PM »
Pretty cool!!!  Cubs last year, Astros this year. Yahoo!!!

Random Topics / Re: What a crazy year for baseball...
« on: November 01, 2017, 08:56:17 PM »
A great many of these Dodger hitters seem so baby faced, you have to wonder if their Mom's know they are out of the house

You can read about some of Puigís 13 attempts at defecting through Mexico and his cartel buddies.

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: November 01, 2017, 08:26:21 PM »

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Dan Carlin's "Hardcore History"
« on: November 01, 2017, 07:29:34 PM »

Politics / Re: Terror Attack in NYC?
« on: November 01, 2017, 05:50:04 PM »
As I mentioned as Justice Jackson wrote Terminiello v. Chicago, "the Constitution is not a suicide pact." At some point your "rights" don't mean much when they are sawing your head off or raping your kid.

In some circumstances the Constitutional protections should apply only to citizens (not that we are doing that great of a job there) - not for illegals, "refugees," and foreigners. They still, of course, have their natural rights as all people do. The legal non-citizens would have to sign a document ceding some of them for the benefit of being allowed here. Prove good conduct, go through the legal channels, pay whatever fees, prove financial stability, and go through a background check and allow the government to "check up" on you and your behavior.

Illegals, of course, should be sent back immediately and any assets seized to help cover some of the expense of deportation.

Islam should be considered a foreign political movement- not a religion- and treated as such. Of course not every Muslim is a terrorist, far from it, but enough of them are, lots help with funding and logistics, and many others tacitly support- especially as the Islamic population grows, as we see in polls in Europe.

If the wall works, the illegal alien will become an endangered species. This will lead to court challenges and the liberals demanding that illegals have the right to free, unhindered access to their ancestral migratory feeding grounds.

Mark my words.

Should this thread be under Pocasts and Radio?  Or, is You Tube different?

This thread is like a beacon or a lighthouse for those that have lost their way. If you were to move it countless souls would be destined to eternal damnation.

To understand the Genesis, you had to be there prior to the start of this thread.

Or ask TheMudKing.

Radio and Podcasts / Re: The Michael Decon Program
« on: November 01, 2017, 12:07:25 AM »
Lonevoice was one of the BEST BellGabbers EVER and still is.  She stopped posting a few years ago.
Some of us, incurable optimists, believe she will return.  We know not when.

Username is using Lonevoice's avatar.  It is rumored that Lonevoice is actually Casandra Peters.

Because of posts like this:


I want Art Bell to install a mobile broadcast studio in his RV.  Then I want him to park it in my driveway and broadcast from there to make sure I get good reception.  I want him to change the name of the show to  'Art Bell's Gray Matter for Lonevoice'.  I want final approval of all guests and I want to choose the bumper music.  I want Art to do all the commercial voiceovers, but only 3 minutes per hour, and only for products I'm considering buying and interested in his opinion about.  I want every show to have the Lonevoice Only call-in line.  I want Keith to install a fast blast app on Art's computer that's for my personal use alone.  Speaking of Keith, I want him to make house calls to be certain all my internet devices have the latest software and firmware upgrades installed at all times.  I want Art to guarantee me that his ratings will smash, that C2C will die, and that his closing words every night will be "Dave Noorie Sucks."   I want Art to have a forum attached to his website, and when you click on the hyperlink it goes to, where all prospective new members require my permission to join.  If anyone harshes my buzz, I will ban them. 

Finally, if, and only if, all of my conditions are met, I will allow Art to pay for my lifetime subscription to SiriusXM because there's no way I'm going to pay to listen to radio.   

Random Topics / Re: Television Show Intro's
« on: October 31, 2017, 11:57:16 PM »
Love most of those shows but really only watched a lot of the Rifleman when I was really young.  Unless it was an Abbott and Costello movie, very little kept me glued to the tube in my younger years for more than half hour .  Star Trek was an exception to that rule.

We didn't get to watch much tv. There were 5 kids and one small 9" color tv. I watched westerns whenever I could. Roy Rogers, Gene Autrey, Death Valley Days.  During the last few years I have seen many episodes I missed as a kid.

75% of the time we were at my grandparents.  My grandmother watched her soap operas but the only other time the tv was on was when compan was over to watch a baseball game or Sunday evening for Disney.

I didn't see many episodes of Star Trek until much later. In fact I have been watching them all on Amazon Prime.

Random Topics / Re: Television Show Intro's
« on: October 31, 2017, 11:29:27 PM »
I liked Bonanza, Gunsmoke, Rawhide, The Rebel, The Rifleman, Bat Masterson, Paladin and even The Big Valley.

Random Topics / Re: What a crazy year for baseball...
« on: October 31, 2017, 08:07:53 PM »
Well Verlander has his run.   That's enough, right?

I get nervous with them batting in an NL park. I sure hate the DH in times like this.

Random Topics / Re: What a crazy year for baseball...
« on: October 31, 2017, 07:24:13 PM »
Candy is all passed out.   Time to watch some baseball.................    8)

Go Astros!!!

Random Topics / Re: breaking news from falkie news network
« on: October 31, 2017, 06:57:46 PM »

falkie shows us his wall when he updating us on the news.

Because he had barbecue sauce on his chin or on his shirt?

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: October 31, 2017, 06:10:28 PM »
Lol! Tax cheating felons are good for the economy? What a foolish notion. If that's the case, money laundering/tax evasion would be encouraged by our government.

(Sigh) You and others here continue (unsuccessfully) to try and engage me in a Dem vs Rep debate, but as I've said repeatedly, I see no difference between the two in most cases--especially when it comes to crimes of greed. That lying POS in the WH was a Democrat until he was a Republican, as if he would actually embrace a political ideology outside himself, lmao!

Alright LT. I donít have a white board so this might be hard to follow.
(If he broke the law).

1. Money was overseas - not being taxed and not helping the US economy.
2. He did something someone overseas paid him to do. Legal or not.
3. He brought the money back to the US (legal or not) where it DID help our economy.

Why wasnít this a simple IRS audit issue when they learned of it many years ago?  Which democrats were paid off or influenced to look the other way since 2012???

This didnít cause taxpayers a dime. Investigating it again after it was already know DID cost the taxpayers.

If he is guilty he should receive an appropriate fine. This has nothing to do with Trump. (And Trump has apparently endured an IRS audit every year for years)

The types of crimes that cost the taxpayers are like the big bank bail out.  People like Maxine Waters that use their influence to get millions for their husband. Can you name one executive that went to iail for the billions in wrong doing in the bank and insurance company bailouts?  And you want jail for Manafort that by the biggest estimates might have handled $28 million with his partner?  Please. After Maxine Waters is locked up maybe.

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: October 31, 2017, 05:30:25 PM »
Do you ever actually feel shame for the things she says you should?  ???

Once. But I was tired. And hungry. Iím better now.

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: October 31, 2017, 05:24:49 PM »
Shame on you GS for condoning these tax cheating felons. And I don't have to ask myself anything, as unlike you I'm not an excuser for criminals who claim a particular party affiliation. They know party loyalists like you will defend their brazen, unethical and illegal activities while taxpayers continue to support their sorry asses. I hope the state and fed tax authorities go after all of them with maximum sentences, take their ill-gotten money and assets, and put it toward the deficit they claim to want to reduce.

I am not excusing anything. I am asking how the taxpayers funded anything.

If anything he paid much more in taxes through increased property tax and sales tax on everything he bought.

If he broke the law and didnít pay income tax, the tax payers still did not fund anything. It was money the government didnít have available to fund unnecessary pork projects but the money did not belong to the government so HOW CAN IT HAVE COST THE TAXPAYERS ANYTHING???

If he broke the law, he brought more money into the economy.

If he broke the law, he should have been prosecuted back in. 2012 when the FBI knew about it. WHICH DEMOCRAT PROTECTED HIM IN 2012???

Politics / Re: Terror Attack in NYC?
« on: October 31, 2017, 04:17:00 PM »
Agreed. But also ensure anyone (including those on the no fly list) have access to as many firearms as possible.

The no fly list is a pet peeve of mine. The reason that SOME people on the no fly list can buy firearms is that there is no adjudication of placement of the name on the list. No notice. No trial by your peers. No right of appeal.

I believe the no fly list to be unconstitutional overreach. That being said, if you are on the no fly list because you have been convicted of a crime, you cannot legally purchase a gun.

And since so many criminals do not follow the gun laws all of your belly aching about this minor point is moot.

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: October 31, 2017, 04:11:34 PM »
Speaking of bankrupted...

What's got Trump really shaking in his boots is not so much potential charges of Russian collusion, but that Manafort is facing up to 80 years in prison and the loss of his multiple homes, estates, $8k each suits, antique rugs, and other accoutrements of his luxurious lifestyle--funded at taxpayers expense. Over the years, the Feds and New York State have likely come upon similar suspicious business transactions that allowed Trump to survive 8 bankruptcies and still keep his riches. Laundered money stinks, and Manafort's situation is a fresh reminder of that for Trump and his cronies.

How is anything Manafort acquired funded at taxpayerís expense?  This should make interesting reading.

Now ask yourself how Bernie Sanders, who has never held a job in the private sector in his life can afford 3 houses, one being a luxury beachfront property on an island in Lake Champlain. That is someone that acquired EVERYTHING at taxpayers expense.

Radio and Podcasts / Re: The Michael Decon Program
« on: October 30, 2017, 07:12:12 PM »
Bernie masks are trending.

How would you like to be this guy:

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: October 30, 2017, 07:05:50 PM »
Luckily,Bill Clinton and Marc Rich ( no known relations to Seth Rich) have already established the precedent and going rate for a full prison pardon of past financial crimes.

FIFM Obviously I meant pardon. Canít type Clinton without wishing for prison.

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: October 30, 2017, 04:08:17 PM »
The mindfuck truly never stops with these people.  ::)

Luckily,Bill Clinton and Marc Rich ( no known relations to Seth Rich) have already established the precedent and going rate for a full prison of past financial crimes. 

Random Topics / Re: What a crazy year for baseball...
« on: October 30, 2017, 04:02:30 PM »
You bet wrong, my Mom has called me a silly goose so there LOL :P

Which avatar belongs to your mother and did she stop posting after Art quit?

Oh yeah.. and which time.

Random Topics / Re: What a crazy year for baseball...
« on: October 30, 2017, 02:38:40 PM »
I got it. You all know there was a sex tape of him and Upton, right? It's bellgab I am shocked no one has brought this up.  :P
And on an unrelated note apparently a ball exploded last night. Zing! ::)

I am betting you were never called a silly goose on bellgab before, so there is always that.

Random Topics / Re: What a crazy year for baseball...
« on: October 30, 2017, 01:25:04 PM »
Wait I thought they were engaged? I'm so

She wants him to wear a wedding ring silly goose. 😘

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: October 30, 2017, 01:23:08 PM »
They were paid (In Manafort's case) $75 Million to help pro Russian Ukrainian politicians which he didn't declare, and should have done. Paid via a Russian oligarch who just happens (like all Russian oligarchs) to not even fart without Putin's say so. Manafort laundered it is alleged the spoils through Cyprus bank which coincidentally is Russian owned! You'll never guess who the vice chairman of that bank is.. The current commerce secretary.  ;D

Did they have the intel? I thought its what Mueller was uncovering..

You know don't you the Trump campaign got Ukraine taken off the RNC plank last year don't you? Not even to mention Russia's illegal invasion of Crimea. I wonder why that might have been?
Yeah, that'll be it.  ;D

Read this article about how these transfers had been ďon the radarĒ since 2012 and ďlay dormantĒ for awhile. It wasnít until the FBI could hand their case over to Mueller. MUELLER DID NOT UNCOVER ANY OF THIS.

Now Trump is responsible for Russia invading Crimea?  I thought that happened hnder Obamaís watch.

Random Topics / Re: What a crazy year for baseball...
« on: October 30, 2017, 01:14:15 PM »
Seriously hoping JV gets a ring!  ;)

So is Kate Upton 😎

Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Knapp
« on: October 30, 2017, 01:06:40 PM »
Knapp and Paulides were great last night. Unfortunately, I fell asleep just before the Japanese scary stories. Was that part good?

I vaguely remember some guy that sounded like Yorkshire Pudís weird uncle form Wales saying over and over again how his Japanese was bad but he really missed being in Japan because when he was in Japan he really missed Wakes. And in Japanese culture suicide seems to be an acceptable and maybe even honorable ending yo ones life. A female caller from Osaka (not Michelle) and the guest I think made some kind of date for sushi (sans Marmite).

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