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I used Amtrack last weekend. No guitars were broken, and no concussions were sustained. I feel like I am missing out.
I'll just stick to my car.  Put it on cruise control, turn on the radio, and relax.  I'm usually in no rush and I don't have to put up with the TSA and cattle car treatment.  Plus, I don't have the additional expense and some jerk trying to sell additional charges for a rental car at the destination. 

Random Topics / Re: Celebrity Deaths
« on: Today at 06:29:18 AM »
Looks like it was an OD.

Erin Moran after actress who played feisty teenager Joanie Cunningham dies aged 56 'of a suspected heroin overdose

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: BellGabathon 2017
« on: Yesterday at 08:02:51 PM »
The same four people who always manage to get their two cents in- the math works out. ;)
LOL.  The Pud would have to wander around every day, muttering to himself about his unrequited love for Trump, without BG to vent.

iHeartRadio parent warns it may not survive another year

lol, the infamous mist tunnel.
I have a sinking feel somehow Jorch and C2C will survive all this.

Politics / Re: Chelsea Clinton take down
« on: Yesterday at 02:35:24 PM »
Please, don't insult The Royal Family.  It's just not proper.

However, the peasants are fair game.

Carry on.

Politics / Re: A Thread For All Things Trey Gowdy!
« on: Yesterday at 10:46:16 AM »
Gowdy is easily my favorite member of Congress.

It was amusing when I was watching some informative murder porn show once, and he showed up because he was the prosecutor in the case.

Trey Gowdy.  A real life Perry Mason.

Join us for Beet-a Coladas and Tangy Tangeritas in the How-Are-You Lounge.  Enjoy a performance of the "Killshot Follies", "Home Alone (with Black-eyed Kids)", or "How the Psychic Vampire Got Her Groove Back". 

Enjoy shuffleboard with Jan, stargazing with Bill, or one of Cornelius' popular "Bible, Bullets, n' Beans" seminars.  Or just relax by the wading pool - complimentary freeze-dried survival snacks and gold investment pamphlets provided for your enjoyment.

Free tours of the planned Hawaii studio location included (bring protective clothing for thick jungle terrain).
LOL.  The "How-Are-Yeeewww-Lounge."

Politics / Re: President Vladimir Putin thread
« on: April 21, 2017, 06:33:32 PM »     

I expect a redirect to this site for, any day now.

Titanic anyone?
You'll be praying for an iceberg.

Yes, and leave it to me to forget various canisters of Tangy Tangerine, tooomeric capsule filling machines, and Maj. Ed Dames and that fuckin' KILLSHOT.  Is he or is he not still married to that mail order Russian bride?  Man, what a ship to HELL!  Tommee, would, of course, be YOUR cruise director.   ;)
I seem to recall, sometime ago, Dames alluding to his relationship being history.  What a surprise.  I guess he didn't see that coming. ;)

Ahhh, Dear God, can you imagine?  You've stepped onto yet another 'Wagner/Danheiser' nightmare production with the likes of the numbers lady Glynnis, Dr. Joel 'The Vet' Wallach, pharmacist Ben, and Ty Bollinger, to boot.  In a perfect world, Lionel Fanthorpe would be hosting fireside chats to sooth you into submission with his cloying rendition of 'Springheel Jack' (as well as to grease your wallet).  The buffet would indeed provide an array of turkee-laden cryo-frozen samples of survivor foodstuffs. Genuine Totino's pizza rolls would be heated per microwave ONLY instructions and served via toothpick sans warning.  NooryBeets (and NOT the black cherry flavor) would be flowing around the bar, and P90-X workouts would be available on the promenade deck.  The crooning would commence like clockwork and the likes of Bill the AAA from West Connecticut, Annie from Alabama, ex-con Corny from Louisiana, and, let's NOT FORGET, Jan from Brooklyn, screeching a question at every opportunity she doesn't have her pie hole filled.  Kiosks of Carnivora.  Card tables overflowing with LifeLock promotion lackeys...I see this all too well.  Doug Dietrich's unabridiged readings piped 24/7 into's ALL here.  It's beyond a nightmare.  Michael "Z" from Santa Cruz is spinning the tunes while his 90+ year old mother crows the benefits of Yougetivty products and yes, my pretty, you've become another captive audience of a Jorch Norrie cruise experience.  There is no HELL...this is HELL.  Death is best.
:o  Ack!  Man, what a nightmare!  Imagine being cornered by Bill the AAA, as he slobbers all over the place, repeating ad infinitum "I'm an atheist and an astronomer...."  Don't forget the horrific cruise line-up will have to include Major Ed "Doom" Dames.  He'll be providing RV lessons for an additional and mandatory fee.  Once the ship of fools is way out at sea, Dames will have a special presentation, where he'll announce the ship will be sunk by an asteroid, just before it returns to port.  Of course, all on board will die but Ed, Jorch, and Tommee will float safely to shore by clinging to large canisters of Carnivora, tooomeric, and Tangy Tangerine.  In reality, of course, nothing at all will happen, other than Jorch and Tommee will helicopter to shore early when Tommee has a "pancake attack."

Oh, the humanity.

For reference, the turkee sammiches are catered from 7-11, George's one stop home away from home. I've tried one and as far as prison planet food goes, its one of the better sammiches...

"Thuh best!"  ;D

That is my favorite spaghetti Western largely due to the additional presence of Wallach.  Tuco is the best character ever to emerge from the spaghettie western.  I also enjoy Wallach in How the West Was Won where he played a really smarmy character as well.
What a trio.  8)  Eastwood, Wallach, and Lee Van Cleef.  Van Cleef made for one bad-ass dude.

Dear God! Eating a buffet turkee sammich, listening to George croon from the lounge stage while sharing a table with Annie and Cornelius. What a nightmare...

Imagine what delicacies would grace a Jorch cruise buffet.  Of course, turkee on whole wheat sammiches, Chicago all-beef wienies, salami, pizza rolls, but only reserved for "thuh brave" and with the appropriate warning signs in place.  Twinkies for dessert, but you'll have to beat out Tommee, and with all the tap water you can drink.  Then followed by Jorch's nightly crooning.  Day, after day, after day.  Damn.  Leavenworth, anyone?

How come I never knew Art had a dangerous stalker?  Was this kept secret?  All i ever heard was he took time off due to illness.
And remember when George gave Art credit at show's end for a while but Art might not have wanted him to....would that have increased Arts fame at a time when Art was trying to lay low because of the stalker?
And it is easy to trace calls and Internet use.  Should have been easy to catch the stalker that way?
Well, in order to catch a stalker, you must first have one.  And firecrackers don't count.

... but really love the Spaghetti westerns...

That's where I tend to go.  "Once Upon a Time in the West" is up there and I also favor the Trinity flicks, with "My Name is Nobody" at the top.  Terence Hill AND Henry Fonda together are hard to top.  Another favorite of mine, a more recent remake, is "3:10 to Yuma."  Russell Crowe is fantastic.  The original with Glenn Ford is a classic but I actually favor Crowe's showing as the bad guy.  The dude abides.

Politics / Re: A Thread For All Things Trey Gowdy!
« on: April 20, 2017, 10:46:03 PM »
I want to have Trey Gowdy's baby.

Random Topics / Re: Celebrities Celebrating Their Celebrity Birthdays
« on: April 20, 2017, 10:43:01 PM »
Star Trek celebrity birthdays today:

George Takei (Sulu) turns 80 years old!

Happy birthday to Clint Howard! Clint (Ron Howard's little brother) played Balok in "The Corbomite Maneuver" -- and in 2002, he returned to Trek to portray a Ferengi in the Enterprise episode "Acquisition."
Raise a glass of tranya to celebrate!
Wow!  Sulu at 80.  And Capt. Kirk is at trucking along at 86!

Lived in Dresden for a little over a year will never have it that good again.
You've got that right.  I hope you made the most of it.  ;)

Hey! Who doesn't enjoy a bucket of KFC now and then? And watermelon is great on a hot summer day. Enough of the hate, you foodist assholes!  >:(
I'm of German ancestry.  Don't get in my way of brats and sauerkraut or the slaughter will begin.


Here is some black "excellence" featuring Andrea Ambam who co-wrote the resolution.

Why is it whenever black "excellence" is showcased it's always of them shucking and jiven', dancing, and over emotional interpretive acting?
I'm not sure but I have my suspicions.

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Art Bell
« on: April 20, 2017, 02:26:36 PM »
Wouldn't this same logic apply to Falkie?
Art's statement didn't make ANY sense to me.  So any incompetent clod is good to go for hosting MITD, if they signed-up at BG?  I guess if I sign-up to, I'm good to go to pilot a 747 out of San Francisco International.

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Art Bell
« on: April 20, 2017, 01:23:00 PM »
Here are old notes from a follow up I was working on:

Art Bell the drama queen
Old and mean
Gonna sink my team
Drama queen
Feel the heat from the BellGab scene, oh yeah
I can tweet
I can sue
Slanderers are all of you
Ooh, see the stalker
Quit this scene
Art is the drama queen

Probably more indicative of my current thinking.
Heh, pretty much "right on."

Politics / Re: Bill O'Reilly is out at Fox News
« on: April 19, 2017, 09:31:52 PM »
B-but Art's lawn is sand.... Why does Art need a lawn care boy at his compound?

Art's very meticulous.  Those grains of sand don't count themselves.

Politics / Re: Bill O'Reilly is out at Fox News
« on: April 19, 2017, 09:16:10 PM »
If i had millions i would buy MV a Toyota Supra and have an Art Bell tit wrap put on it. Part of the deal would be MV would have to drive the Art Bell titty Supra in drift competitions to promote bellgab.

I guess that beats having to do Art's lawn care.

Politics / Re: Bill O'Reilly is out at Fox News
« on: April 19, 2017, 09:13:00 PM »
FoxNews took a turn to the left about 2 years ago.   Mainstream media in North America is 100% controlled by the left now.  There is no Conservative mainstream media in Canada or the USA anymore.
That sounds about right.  That's when I told DirectTV to take a walk.  No desire to pay for propaganda when I can get it on OTA for free.

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Amy On The Radio
« on: April 19, 2017, 09:01:31 PM »
I have a nose plug she can use. Hint: it rhymes with benis. *giggle*
It would be a bitch to ram Venus up her nose.

I'm I getting deja-vu or a Mandela Effect but I swear that Morgus segment was a repeat. Or did they do the same "jokes" and punching stunt again, which would be even worse than just replaying an old recording so Norry could get a turkey sammich.
I didn't listen last night, fortunately, but if it was towards the end of the show, you can be pretty sure it was a Morgus replay.  That turkee sammich was calling or Jorch had an early date with Tommee at IHOP. ;)

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