I think heather is growing as a talk show host
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I think heather is growing as a talk show host
I haven't had time to listen to much of it, but the opening is all "Dragnet" style. lol Thanks for digging this up!I watched it 1st-run, & can tell you it's not just the opening, it's like they extended all of Dragnet into UFO investigation, like it was the new beat they were xferred to. Episodes as formulaic as Bollywood cinema used to be. Still somewhat fun.
This probably is the silliest Mandela Effect topic I've seen yet.Link's dead. In some memories, was that dry land? Or just unnamed?
Apparently some poor soul is thinking Georgian Bay just popped up out of nowhere. I'm down with some Berenstein vs Berenstain Bears confusion but Georgian Bay?
If you are sincere about understanding this, you should probably examine some of the things you quit listening too and never looked back on.In my case the transitions are more subtle, and there's no tipping point, interest just gradually fades to nothing.
C2C would be one of those, but how about some other things?
For example, I don't watch or listen to basketball, and I haven't for something like 11 years. The tipping point for me was the organization of the game; I hate the last 30 minutes of commercials and free throws. I watched the Kings-Lakers playoffs in 2002 and felt the entire sport was rigged. So I just left and never came back.
I used to watch some world soccer with some friends, but after I moved and the friends were gone, I never watched or listened to soccer again.
Maybe C2C is like that for all of you, Art was your friend, and when your friend left you just lost all interest.
What are some of the things you have quit listening to, and what was the tipping point?
I believe our perception of breaking out the bbq in the summer should be turned to spring, fall, or winter instead. Something is very wrong with us associating bbq's with summer months.Why would it be better associated w non-summers?
I heard Jorch gushing over experimenting with Carnivora on cats. I envisioned Jorch's cat ladies rushing to place orders. "Here kitty, kitty! Come get your Carnivora!"Cats are Carnivora.
I don't recall that while listening on WOR. Maybe the Budweiser inserts went out only on the CBS network.In fact the whole ad campaign in NYC was odd, but maybe necessitated by the economics of the time. The Budweiser print ads referred to it as "CBS Radio Mystery Theatre", which would've confused listeners in the NYC area, because they might've tuned in to WCBS for it, not knowing it was on WOR. Maybe it would've cost too much to produce a different print ad with the "CBS" masked out for insertion into the papers. Or too much to pay somebody to notice a goof like that.
I wouldn't mind seeing some of the "college paper" ads from Bud.I didn't save any, but I recall one that was a cartoon of someone listening to the radio while holding a beer in one hand and biting the nails of his other.
That's a fucking lie Robert. I wonder if you are misremebering? BUD WAS A YUUUUGE SPONSOR.I don't recall that while listening on WOR. Maybe the Budweiser inserts went out only on the CBS network.
I oughta know, I'm the dude that got them all together in one place right? I've heard every episode more than once.
More Questions Than Answers is not my cuppa tea.But it's got more laughs than Military X Files, who seem to yuk it up for their own amusement.
I believe, in fact, it sucks big green donkey ball dick.
That show has way too much degenerate faggotry for my taste.
As an amateur scholar of Noory Theory, I appreciate this latest gem, and will add it to my research notes. I hope to connect the dots and see how it fits into others such as:You ought to program a Noory simulator. Then see if his employer's willing to replace him w a machine.
"This universe didn't just happen, it just doesn't make sense! Someone must have planned it!"
"How were the pyramids built? They didn't have that technology, they must have had help!"
"Why are people acting so crazy lately? Something is going on here!"
"I think coincidences are trying to tell us something. I really do!"
"I don't like clowns. There's just something wrong about clowns!"
That's funny because you were on foot...right?Wish I could say that this week. Very sore hip, probably greater trochanter syndrome. Whenever I say "trochanter" to friends, they hear "throat cancer" -- so it could be worse.
I love OTR of all kinds except Westerns.Even the origin story episode of The Lone Ranger? I imagine it was the 1st to air, but maybe not.
Bob, I can't figure out what you're going on about up thereMy 1st sentence was practically a different subject from the rest of what I posted about. Don't take it as a unified matter directed at some single point.
CBS RadioThey have an adapt'n of A.C. Doyle's "The Lost Special" they called "The Mysterious Rochdale Special" which anyone interested in knowing where the TV serial Lost came from, and in solving its mystery, should listen to if they get a chance.
You guys, I don't really know how to explain it properly, but I think my three year old daughter is the reincarnation of Art. Now, I know what you're saying "My lord, Art isn't dead" and you'd be correct, but hear me out.Line up sponsors, of course. And give her whatever she wants, she's headed for the top.
I had dug out my old "My First Sony" cassette recorder, radio, and microphone set after finding a pack of unopened cassette tapes at a thrift store while doing some christmas shopping. So I got it all cleaned up and in working condition again and gave it to her for christmas. As soon as she opened up the gift bag she did the normal little kid routine of screaming and jumping around, just super excited about her gift for the year. Then she stops and got really serious. She opened up the cassette door and started looking at the internals, like really looking at them. After a minute of this she looks at me and started babbling about how dirty the heads were, and then looks me dead in the eyes and said how she couldn't be expected to broadcast a show with such low quality equipment and something about providing "the network" with low quality audio. I laughed it off, figured she was playing some kind of game.
Anyway, about a week goes by and she starts to develop this routine where every night at 10pm she gets out of bed, turns on a small desk lamp, and proceeds to interview one of her stuffed animals. I can hear her in her room saying things about how great the desert is, and sometimes she gets really worked up about "skeptricks" and "detrunkers" as she calls them and keeps mentioning the "hit rate" of one of her bears. There was one time where I swear she was talking about how beautiful asian women are, which is just nuts for a three year old girl to say, I probably didn't hear her right.
Now she's asking me for a clean ashtray every night. I don't know how she would have learned the word ashtray as no one she knows smokes and I doubt she's ever even seen an ashtray.
What should I do?
GENERAL ALBERT STUBBLEBINE, UNITED STATES ARMY (RETIRED) – Commanding General of Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM), 1981 - 1984. Also commanded U.S. Army's Intelligence Center. Former head of Imagery Interpretation for Scientific and Technical Intelligence. 32-year Army career. Inducted into the Military Intelligence Hall of Fame in 1990.And just died Feb. 5. I got to know him & his wife Rima Laibow thru Ralph Fucetola, the other member of the board of the Natural Solutions Foundation. And then Feb. 6 Rima's previous husband died too.