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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Art Bell
« on: Today at 06:11:24 AM »
Okay, I'll bite, what's up Mr Bell, are you gonna host MITD?
Here we go again?  So what's he quitting this time?

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Politics / Re: OMG, Arians Grande bombed in UK
« on: May 23, 2017, 11:49:44 AM »
lol...I would love to interview you on a gabcast.
Why?  He's here all day posting his sweet love for Trump.  Plenty of free time for him to respond to anything you ask.  Take your time.

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Politics / Re: OMG, Arians Grande bombed in UK
« on: May 22, 2017, 08:02:42 PM »

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Knapp
« on: May 22, 2017, 01:35:19 PM »
Agreed - I'm sick of his Beatles fascination. It's as if the man never left the 60's.
I've never been big on the Beatles.  It doesn't help any that the media has completely over-played them.  Now Sirius XM has a channel that's all Beatles 24/7. 

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: May 21, 2017, 05:19:30 PM »
Question: Who are the nine people that you would most like to dose with LSD?

Answer:
LOL.  ;D

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Connie Willis
« on: May 21, 2017, 04:54:29 PM »
Connie had her RV expert guest remote-view three targets she secretly picked.
She got the first two correct, bigfoot and pineal gland.
For the third target the RV expert described a secret underground installation possibly working with ETs there. The target was "Mt. Shasta"
I take it Ed Dames wasn't doing the RV'ing.

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Knapp
« on: May 21, 2017, 04:52:30 PM »

Can't Wait!
I'm going to see if I can at least do Knapp for the first half.

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No.  There was more action than Prometheus, but a lot of it was cheesy cartoonish action that made me feel like I was watching a comic book movie.  I think it's a mistake to make a movie to try to flesh out unanswered mysteries from prior movies.  Apparently most people have better imaginations than script writers.   That's about all I'll say here because I don't want to spoil it for people that haven't seen it yet.
Sounds like it would make my trash list.  Most of today's Hollywood seems to rely upon group-think teams of writers.  I'd much rather have something from a creative, eccentric mind that isn't trying to cater to the mainstream.  RS isn't what he used to be, either.  If he is, he sure hasn't been showing it.

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I have no interest in movies that blame humanity for being human , for beinfg as militant atheist that Ridley Scott claims to be he sure resembles the old testament bastard .
Speaking of old testament bastards, why has Letterman decided to go with the Dead Seas Scrolls-look?


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I saw it last night.  It was OK, but I found it disappointing overall.
Thanks!  I fully expect disappointment, as well.  Did "wham, bam" violence and action override most of anything else, such as plot or character development?  I'll most likely hold off on watching until it's on DVD or the cut-rate theaters.   

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Another heads up: Prometheus was MAGNITUDES better than Alien Covenant.
Did you actually see Alien Covenant?  Anyone, yet?  FX was showing "Prometheus" last night.  Fortunately, a thunderstorm interrupted the satellite signal so I didn't endure much of it.

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I know this falls under the 'lost and crying in the wilderness' category, but I'd so love to hear a one hour, once a week show with Richard and Art, even ol' George N. himself, tossing crazy subjects back and forth in a 'no holds barred' format.  I'm willing to bet that it would be the hottest show on radio.
That would be great.  We can dream, can't we?  What's RCH's latest excuse for not doing OSOM?  Or has he even stopped with that?

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Looks like it's back in the news, with some explained dimming.

http://www.space.com/36925-alien-megastructure-star-dimming-again.html

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Random Topics / Re: The BellGab Classic Movie Playhouse
« on: May 20, 2017, 07:59:36 PM »
The fight "20 Million Miles to Earth" between the monster and the elephant is awesome work. And always fun to see Paul Drake  ;) in other roles.

ps: I knew someone who worked with a certain Hollywood actor who got into some trouble from the IRS for stuff like this. Using his 'company' for personal travel for 'location scouting'', expenses, food, his plane, etc.
Ha!  Paul gets around more than I thought.  No wonder he wasn't always by Perry's side.  :D

It would have been fun to see Harry do a stop-action creature chasing after some IRS agents.

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Random Topics / Re: The BellGab Classic Movie Playhouse
« on: May 20, 2017, 07:05:37 PM »
To all, apparently TCM this month is featuring "creature features" every Thursday. Not always the best films but opportunities to see many character actors and pre-CGI stuff like stop motion, background screens, etc. Basically a kid with an iPhone app can make these days but still fun movies. Right now the future Paul Drake is a scientist trying to figure out a way to stop an Arctic giant Praying Mantis (who was awoken by nuclear tests.) The special host, at least this night, is Dennis Miller. He pointed out that the military was involved in the film and that is why there is, as I would put it, almost school film-strip explanations of our radar and plane defense systems in the movie. Apparently they wanted to make people feel safe.
Ah, yes.  I caught some of last Thursday's.  Miller was still hosting and did a decent job.  I hadn't seen "Them!" in awhile, so it was enjoyable.  Good to see James Arness as somebody other than Matt Dillon.

Also caught some of "20 Million Miles to Earth" on TCM this afternoon.  It's always good to catch some Ray Harryhausen stop-motion animation.  I'd much rather have the old stop-motion over most of today's CGI, although it looks good at times.  Unfortunately, CGI is just way overused and usually looks too cartoonish to me.  An interesting bit of trivia, apparently Rome was chosen as the location for filming because Harryhausen wanted to vacation there. 


WTF?  I just tuned into TCM for "Gilda" and David Letterman is hosting, alongside Alex "Yes, I am jackass" Baldwin.  Fortunately, Baldwin is subdued but what's with the Santa Claus beard on Letterman?  I didn't even recognize him at first.  Not that I really want to.

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Another heads up: Prometheus was MAGNITUDES better than Alien Covenant.
Ugh.  Most of the critics seem to like it so indeed it must be crap.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: May 20, 2017, 12:39:30 PM »
Book: The Fox Effect: How Roger Ailes Turned a Network into a Propaganda Machine
*2012* David Brock, Ari Rabin-Havt, Media Matters

". . . outright deception, saying something that you know to be untrue or have no basis for believing is true, is not journalism, it is propaganda.

It is critical that the media, Democrats, opinion makers of all stripes, and the public at large understand what Fox News is. Too-many reporters and commentators have continued to treat Fox as (i.e. as if it were) a news organization. By doing so, they enable the network to conduct a political campaign under the guise of a media outlet, influencing the outcome of legislative debates and elections.

2008 election only marked the beginning of a larger transition at the network, one that would see Fox News change from a network that provided a conservative outlook on the news _to_ an active and unapologetic (propaganda) mouthpiece for the Republican Party."
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https://www.amazon.com/Fox-Effect-Network-Propaganda-Machine-ebook/dp/B0051ANPQK/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1495267566&sr=8-1
Media Matters.  LOL.  I guess they'd know all about a propaganda machine.

Media Matters has a policy of not comprehensively listing donors. In 2010, six years after the Democracy Alliance initially endorsed MMfA, financier George Soros — a founding and continuing member of the Alliance — announced that he was donating $1 million to MMfA.

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Random Topics / Re: Random Landscape of the day
« on: May 19, 2017, 06:21:46 PM »
There is a Winter "Super" Storm coming down through the Rockies, and I'm on the edge of it.  I just shot these pics a few minutes ago.
Shouldn't that be a Spring "Super" Snow Storm?

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Politics / Re: question for ANTIFA and socialists of bellgab
« on: May 19, 2017, 06:18:53 PM »
What- you want I should make you a sandwich?
And get him a beer, woman.

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Politics / Re: question for ANTIFA and socialists of bellgab
« on: May 19, 2017, 06:15:49 PM »
This is a good thread.  I think all your threads are good! I like the rainbow thread, and the 10th amendment thread.

I would be typing a lot in them if I was better with words.

Moar  threads!!!!
All hail gnooryblows!


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Random Topics / Re: Celebrity Deaths
« on: May 19, 2017, 11:47:31 AM »
Fine, but KISS? Bleh.
Hater. 


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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Knapp
« on: May 19, 2017, 10:17:41 AM »
I hate to barge in on the usual "I love Trump" banter but here's what's upcoming for Good George.  Finally, some UFO talk for the first part and stuff for Beatles lovers in the second.

UFO Manipulation/ Sgt. Pepper's Influence
Sunday - May 21, 2017
Hosted by George Knapp
Guest(s): Jeremy Corbell, Bruce Spizer
First Half: Joining George Knapp, UFO researcher Jermey Corbell will discuss his speech at the Contact in the Desert UFO expo:"UFOs: A Clockwork Orange" - suggesting that the UFO phenomenon itself seems to be a display - controlled by a mechanical and artificial intelligence.

Second Half: "Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band" is the most famous album by the most famous band in the history of rock ’n’ roll. It became the soundtrack for the Summer of Love. Beatles expert Bruce Spizer talks about how the album reshaped the history of popular music with progressive sounds and a mind-blowing experience shared by millions.


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Sounds about right.  With Jorch's protege, Jimmy, at his lemonade stand outside of the restroom.

Looks like Jimmy's copping a feel of his favorite buddy.  "Jorch, are we still on for later?  ;) ;)"

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Random Topics / Re: Celebrity Deaths
« on: May 19, 2017, 09:23:14 AM »
It's unfortunate that this became the prevailing image. Nirvana in particular were really funny people when you see them in interviews and on stage, at least in the early days.
They may have been funny people but I found their music quite depressing.  Just not for me.

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They are doing a tag team presentation.  One croons and one scams and then they switch places.
Sounds about right.  With Jorch's protege, Jimmy, at his lemonade stand outside of the restroom.


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Random Topics / Re: how can straight people take back the rainbow?
« on: May 18, 2017, 07:22:30 PM »
I knew things were in the toilet when this happened.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hawaii_Rainbow_Warriors_football

Damn, just call them the Hawaiian Wienies and be done with it.   

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George will be doing a poetry reading of 'Casey At The Bat', followed by he and Lionel Fanthorpe doing their rendition of the old Abbott and Costello 'Who's On First' bit.
Heh, heh... heart be still.  I can see Clyde Lewis throwing Tangy Tangerines tabs at them just for grins.



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Random Topics / Re: Celebrity Deaths
« on: May 18, 2017, 07:12:33 PM »
Shades of Michael Hutchence and David Carradine.  Not really a grunge fan though...
Same here.  If I had to listen to that depressing shit all the time, I'd no doubt be having some terminal thoughts.  Give me good 'ol rock and roll.



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Looks like everybody c2c related is at the big Contact in the Desert event this weekend starting tomorrow:
http://contactinthedesert.com/speakers/

As usual Jimmy Church is doing his live broadcast tomorrow night at the event, probably setup outside a restroom like previous years, so he can catch guests as they go in and out...  8)
Is Jorch crooning there or just scamming folks with Doc Wallbanger?

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Yes, that "jorged.jpeg" haunting image. Nothing like a guy with a bad toupee with that white mess that appears to be the glue streaming down from his sideburns and brow under sweat, perhaps totally inebriated and hardly looking "well" being the spokesperson for how we "all should be." I like the "look" of the bloodshot, unfocused eyes, as well. Not to mention the "washed-up porn star from the 1970s mustache thing going on." Looks like those overpriced, total rip-off "Youngevity" supplements have made Jorch look younger and so better, huh?

This photo says it all about that guy. That's why he needs to stay on radio. He's bad enough heard -- but seen? That's a terrible image and no thanks, I have enough shock in my life to add the sight of Noory to make it worse. He looks like something the cat dragged in, for sure. And creepy, to boot. Very creepy looking guy. A good visual testament as to why you should keep your kids off the internet and especially that "Coast Insider" chat if he is present!
Heh, heh, heh.  Yeah, that photo of Jorch is "sumptheen."  It captures all that is Jorch.  A toupee that looks like it was dipped in Kiwi black shoe polish, with glue running down his sideburns.  The look of somebody after more than just a little red, thinking he's putting the moves to some oblivious chick.  I wonder if Jorch broke out into his version of "Red, Red Wine" after that shot.  ;D 


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