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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Today at 06:08:46 PM »
Gee, you got all that from a video title?! Someone wants to be the new pud.  :D

How many of his videos do you think I need to watch before I have a pretty good idea of what he has to say?  The title of the video is wrong, and I've heard many arguments by people who either don't know what they're talking about, or have a Big Government agenda, start out the same way.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Today at 05:51:53 PM »


I didn't watch this, because the guy rarely has anything useful to add.  He's just another left-wing hack who thinks the Democrat Party isn't socializing the country fast enough.  I realize you are a one issue voter - whether or not the candidate panders to unions - but hopefully some day you'll come to realize the people who set policy for the left have no interest in unions, or most ot their other ''causes'', other than for the votes.

(How have independent trade unions historically done in socialist dictatorships and communist countries?  Answer:  they aren't allowed.  So much for unions somehow being a ''left wing'' cause)

As for businesses, tax cuts, and the use of capital, this is a very easy equasion to understand - although like most things it's impossible to understand by those who don't want to understand it.  It takes money to expand business:  to build warehouses, manufacturing facilities, etc, to buy equipment, to hire more people.  More money - from profits, investment, loans, or lower taxes - gives businesses more capital to do so.  See?  Easy.

The anti-business, anti-capitalist, socialists and supporters of Big Government are more than happy to point out this isn't always the case, that more profits, more funds returned from overseas, lower taxes, etc, don't always automatically lead to more domestic investment and jobs.  And they can find anecdotal evidence and find statistics to massage and take out of context to show it.  Well, no shit.  There are multiple factors in effect.  Related to the economic envoronment, competition, return on capital invested, and so on.  What the economy is doing, and whether current expansion makes business sense.  So no, more funds available due to tax cuts don't always translate to more jobs.  Obvioulsy.

But one thing is sure, without those funds, the moeny won't be invested when the business would otherwise do so.


Even if none of that is ever true, so what?  The funds belong to the people who earned them.  The company.  How did we get to the point where we think somehow everything actually belongs to government, and we should be happy with the pittance they allow us to keep?  How did we get to the point that we believe government can spend money more productively than the private sector?  I'd really like to know


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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Today at 08:09:14 AM »
Did you just pull those "something" percentages out of your ass, or do you have a source? As usual, your pontifications are long on opinion, and short on facts. You and others here seem to have forgotten how the ACA/Obamacare came to be. The "85%" who you claim were "happy" with their insurance, must have been thrilled to have any insurance at all...

It's from memory.  I've posted links to those statistics multiple times in response to you and others repeated cheerleading for this horrible peice of legislation.  There's no reason to continue providing links when they're ignored, and you just pop up later with the same old posts.  If you've found that you're actually interested, look it up yourself


... President Bush, once taking account how long hes been in office, shows the worst track record for job creation since the government began keeping record....

We've also gone over this multiple times.  During most of the Bush years, the country was in a period that economists refer to as ''full employment''.  Given that there are always layoffs, plant closings, etc, even in the best of times, and thus always a few people who want jobs and are qualified for them are temporarily out of the work force, it's an economic term for when real unemployent is under a certain percentage.

During a period of full employment, guess what, there aren't a lot of jobs being created.  Since that's sort of an important piece of information to leave out, I would suggest a media source leaving it out to be intentionally dishonest.  As you've been told multiple times, statistics are easily manipulated. 

Here's what I don't get.  Once a person is shown their sources lie to them repeatedly, manipulate statistics, conduct polls with leading questions (another way of manipulating statistics), and so on, why do these same people dig in and resist the truth instead of realizing they are being played?  It truly amazes me. 


Sorry, didn't read the rest of your post.

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Random Topics / Re: Random stupid things on your mind. Post them.
« on: Yesterday at 05:27:19 PM »

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Art Bell
« on: November 22, 2017, 10:59:56 PM »
How can you guys be so heartless? 

Asia's in tears, and Art wishes he had a show to quit over it.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: November 22, 2017, 05:26:45 PM »
When we look around at the various scandals in government, across the board gross incompetence, unresponsiveness, unaccountability, out of control costs, favoritism in place of the greater good, the refusal to acknowledge decades of policy failure, legislation and regulation too often based on favoritism, and all the rest, I seriously wonder about the common sense and ability to reason of those who would hand the funding and decision making over their health care to those same people.

Anyone who believes in a Euro-style national health care system, or even single payer (funded by the government), please understand the years of propaganda from media, academia, Hollywood, the bureaucracy, and fellow zombie Democrats has taken it's toll.


Yet these same people, somehow convinced of their superiority and fresh off their die hard support for Obamacare - which began failing from the start, and didn't live up to a single lie promise - are now mocking attempts to fix the mess they gave us.  It's truly amazing.   The power of the media.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: November 22, 2017, 05:08:44 PM »
The everyday issues and events in people's lives are reality, not what is written and discussed by the media - simply because it's written and discussed by the media.

In other words, when they write or state something that is at odds with what actually happened, it's either a lie or a misinterpretation of the facts.  It doesn't replace the facts.  I think that is lost on a lot of Libs, who believe anything their ''trusted'' sources tell them.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: November 22, 2017, 05:05:21 PM »
There were serious flaws in our healthcare insurance system, and a lot more government intrusion than was healthy.  These issues were driving up costs in a variety of ways, and squeezing people out of the system.  Before Obama and Pelosi and the rest of the Big Government gang began meddling with what was in place, 85% of the people in this country were happy with their insurance, and 60-something percent were happy with the cost.

Instead of addressing the problems and leaving what was working alone, the Democrats - led by the two destructive miscreants mentioned above - blew the whole thing up, wrecked what was in place, and left nearly everyone far worse off.

Uhura isn't twice as smart as anyone.  She may or may not be competent in her field, but her field clearly isn't anything related to economics.  She's a Big Government shill, nothing more.

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Random Topics / Re: Random stupid things on your mind. Post them.
« on: November 21, 2017, 11:45:01 PM »
I really hope it's the hair, makeup, and lighting that makes her look closer to 60 in that photo

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Politics / Re: Zimbabwe coup?
« on: November 21, 2017, 11:39:39 AM »
Resignation, effective immediately. 

The apparent successor is Mugabe's former right hand man, 75 year old Emmerson Mnangagwa.  Former head of State Security (spy chief), and the departments of Justice, Finance, and Defense, he has close ties with the military.  Everything a dictator needs. 

So at 75 does he step up to become a statesman and lead the country to freedom and prosperity - or was this a meaningless coup to replace the previous thug in order to block his wife and her cronies from succeeding him, and install a thug more preferable to the military?

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Pete Carroll is a cheater.  He coaches his teams to cheat, knowing the refs won't catch everything and will look the other way rather than be continually blowing the whistle.  His team's specialties are unnecessary roughness on QBs, late hits, and pass interference. 

He coached this way at USC, and coaches this way in Seattle.  Fuck the Seahawks.

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Politics / Re: The Statues
« on: November 21, 2017, 11:15:40 AM »
They will probably eventually change the name of my high school as I think George Walton probably owned slaves.  All of those signers of the Declaration of Independence were probably rAY-cists. :P :(

Gen. Eisenhower focused his attention on liberating European whites during WWII - while ignoring repressed brown people the world over - so I should be hearing that the name of my HS must be changed.

If they're on the ball, it probably has been, I'd better check.  Some suggested names I'm proposing are Valerie Jarret High, Susan Rice High, or Donna Brazile High. 

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It is amazing how utterly hopeless he is. He is "reporting" some bs about an imaginary planet, and can't even get the name of the fucking thing right. Jesus...

I wish he would start pronouncing San Francisco correctly instead of lazily slurring when he mentions it.  Along with a few certain other words. 

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I've only watched one video review of a Falkie Meals-on-Wheels dinner, and haven't had a chance to watch the others.  Dining is more than just the amount of food one receives, and whether or not a person decides they like and approve all the ingredients.

Has he done reviews regarding the service and delivery?  For example, was the delivery prompt?  Was the driver courteous and respectful?  What about his or her appearance?  What were they wearing?  Did they ask if there was anything else they could assist with?  Did they linger, as if to collect a tip?  Is there anything else the viewer should know?

If there are other hungry paupers living in the Martinez area and watching Falkie's videos to determine whether to contact the Meals organization, this would be very useful information, possibly a deciding factor.

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert With Heather Wade
« on: November 20, 2017, 07:01:28 PM »
... I will say again that Heather is miles and miles better in the last Year and that is my Professional judgment, it is also the Judgment of many people I respect...

I predict she'll have no trouble landing a hosting gig elsewhere. 

It's probably all Keith can do to keep others from prying her away as it is

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... next year he plans to be eating Thanksgiving turkey in his "courtyard," not far from his "video studio" and reflecting pool...

That would be a sizable pool

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Politics / Re: Hillary Clinton
« on: November 20, 2017, 06:30:46 PM »
Fantasy about Earth 2 in which all situations are the same but she is President. Hillary likes Earth 2.
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Well, what would be happening is the Clinton ''Foundation'' would be closing in on it's third or forth billion in ''charitable donations''.  How administration guided events would be playing out would depend on the ''donors''.

One thing sure, left-wing preditors would still be ''an open secret'' that no one is questioning.  And the media would be swooning over her every move - how ''historic'' it all is.

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I keep hearing about these cartoons.  Is there any way you can show them here PB?  I would like to See them.

They were all originally posted here, along with a few that others did. 

Somewhere along the line, MV disabled the attachment software because it was creating other problems for him, but in so doing attachments uploaded from a person's computer looked like shit so I stopped doing it.  Then he made some other adjustment to the forum, and somehow that caused the ones that were here to disappear.

I could probably upload them to a cloud site, and even create new ones, but I have a few other projects I need to do first.  Or MV could restore them

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Politics / Re: The Robert Gabriel Mugabe Support Thread
« on: November 20, 2017, 11:48:43 AM »




Another family member who should be placed under house arrest and investigated for corruption, abuse of power, and theft of public funds.

Take away the wig, the designer glasses, the plastered on makeup, and underneath... it's a Mugabe!

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: November 20, 2017, 08:26:29 AM »
... DOCTORS FORCE GIRLS TO GET A PRESCRIPTION JUST TO PUT A SPONGE IN THEIR VAGINA!!

You s ound a bit nutty, but just in case you're simply grossly misinformed here is a link to the US government agency that makes most of the rules ''doctors'' and others in the medical profession must follow.  You may wish to become familiar with the organization, and with some of the rules and regulations they impose.  These rules are based on Congressional legislation, and are the law of the land.  Many, if not most, are intended to insure public safety regarding food and medicine.

https://www.fda.gov/   


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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: November 20, 2017, 08:19:52 AM »
HWGA DOCTORS LIE!!  DOCTORS TAKE KICK BACKS!!  DOCTORS BETRAY THEIR OATH!!  DOCTORS DONT TELL GIRLS THERE ARE ABORTIFACIENTS IN BIRTH CONTROL!! DOCTORS REMOVE THE WRONG-SIDED LIMBS!!...  DOCTORS LEAVE SURGICAL TOOLS INSIDE PATIENTS!!  DOCTORS CONDUCTED THE COVERT LIFE AND FAMILY WRECKING TUSKEEGEE EXPERIMENTS!!...

All doctors do these things, routinely, purposefully, and none of them do anything useful to society?

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: November 20, 2017, 08:17:01 AM »
...  Good healers never take money for their work, but doctors charge exorbitant rates.

So at your job you work for free?

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Random Topics / Re: Random stupid things on your mind. Post them.
« on: November 20, 2017, 12:59:45 AM »
I didn't think still used the toilet

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But doesn't George Senda claim it's "illegal" to use someone's name or image to profit from? As he claims is being done about him?...

The rules don't apply to him.  He printed out several of my cartoons for Noory to sign so he could sell them on Ebay.  I wasn't asked for permission, and it wasn't granted.  Since he was doing it anyway, I asked him to get one for me. 

What was I to do, hire a lawyer?  He already told everyone multiple times his welfare check can't be taken to pay legal claims, and bragged about not paying a credit card balance he owed because he isn't subject to credit collection.  I guess all he'd have to do if his ''store'' was taken down is open the same thing up elsewhere.

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But doesn't George Senda claim it's "illegal" to use someone's name or image to profit from? As he claims is being done about him? Check out his online store. He uses the trademark name "Coast To Coast AM," and the name of both George Noory and Art Bell as "personal friends" to attempt to profit from said names. He must not be lying, or someone would have cut off his "Cafe Press" merchandise for attempting to profit from a cited association -- more at an implied endorsement -- from said parties?

Maybe Art doesn't know about it.  Or care for some reason.  Maybe he thinks Falkie is the slightly retarded, diseased, disabled senior - the way he tries to portray himself when it suits his purposes. 

As far as Noory, he may not know either, or just figures it's best to continue appeasing Falkie

I also highly doubt Falkie actually sells product.  Is it really worth it for Art or George to pay a lawyer to address this?

I really don't know.  I'm fairly confident they aren't buddies though.  Heck, send them an email and ask - I'd be interested in their responses.

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Agreed. That guy is a total cunt, a truly worthless, self-adsorbed loser and grifter on the worst of scales...

People sometimes seem to have some sympathy for Kathy, but she's as bad as he is.  She sticks around for what she can mooch or grift off him.  They deserve other, and whatever comes their way from the other one.

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Agreed. That guy is a total cunt, a truly worthless, self-adsorbed loser and grifter on the worst of scales. I only say that because he claims to "an official researcher and contributor" to that "Coast To Coast AM" and sells that tag on his merchandising. Further declaring on his "for-profit" merchandising he is "personal friends" with both George Noory and Art Bell.

I already know Noory is a lying, insecure, vindictive (to the point of almost borderline psychotic) narcissistic SOB. But now I learned about Bell. Something I never knew: He is a "personal friend" of this guy? That knocks Art Bell down more than a few notches in my book. It really does...

I very much doubt Art Bell is a personal friend.  When Falkie speaks of going to Phrump, he talks about driving up to Art's place - and staying outside.  Falkie makes all sorts of claims.  He may have exchanged emails, or who knows maybe somehow got him on the phone once or twice, but that's the extent of it.

Noory isn't his friend either.  Noory bought off a pain in the ass YouTube ''star'' that was making derogatory videos about him.  They played him for awhile, probably still are - acted friendly, even let him be on the air in an official capacity a few times, but Noory was never his friend. 

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert With Heather Wade
« on: November 19, 2017, 08:21:26 PM »
It's been almost 2 years since Wade took over MiTD.  That's about 2 years longer than I expected.  It's still a lot longer than Bell lasted with it. 

All things considered, I would have preferred Bell had left it all behind when he left C2C for good.  Noory's bad enough but Bell couldn't have done a better job of pissing a lot of his former fans off with his Dark Matter and MiTD debacles.  Those two disasters left a bitter taste in my mouth that tainted his legacy as a uniquely skilled entertainer during the glory days of C2C.

His lame posts here and on FakeBook aren't helping either. 

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Art Bell
« on: November 19, 2017, 01:17:08 AM »



Asia is in tears.  Well, that won't do.  Wasn't that one of the reasons he bailed on his most recent show?

And he checked the internet and just now found out lithium batteries have been blowing up?  Hard to believe this is the same Art Bell who used to host a radio show.

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