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Politics / Re: Fake Law
« on: Yesterday at 05:09:15 PM »
i got arrested on sunday by fake police "enforcing" fake laws. 90 minutes in cuffs in the pissing rain. court date in 6 weeks.

Random Topics / Re: Celebrity Deaths
« on: Yesterday at 05:06:06 PM »
brzezinski is now rotting in hell with mr janet reno. enjoy the party asshole. people like him are who ruined our society and culture. the world is all fucked up because of him and his peers.

Random Topics / Re: Music
« on: May 20, 2017, 11:55:01 AM »

Random Topics / Re: Music
« on: May 19, 2017, 12:17:22 AM »

Random Topics / Re: how can straight people take back the rainbow?
« on: May 18, 2017, 10:11:48 PM »

BTW, "Uranus" at 0:05.

Random Topics / Re: how can straight people take back the rainbow?
« on: May 18, 2017, 09:37:57 PM »

His first comeback show last year. Unfortunately he didn't bring his fingers. And the guy filming doesn't shut the fuck up.... but.... this has no phones in between the camera and the stage, therefore is the superior homemade video.

PS: Deep Purple song.

<shots now stun other players>

Random Topics / Re: Random Landscape of the day
« on: May 13, 2017, 04:23:42 PM »
Pic taken by me about an hour ago.

I just tuned in via KSCO in Santa Cruz (not the skateboard company). I must say this is boring. I would rather listen to Maurice Chavez.

The incident ends up being an advertisement for Facebook. Somehow Twitter will profit from this too. Twits (followers) will take to the pound key hashtag. Don Lemon or whatever the fuck his fake name is will know shitloads of fuckall and will host a panel of idiots addicted to talking in soundbite form while attempting to appeal to the itunes generation of consumer who isn't even watching them.

How To Use BellGab / Re: Account deletion
« on: May 11, 2017, 01:56:59 AM »

puzzling that you ignore the obvious and go straight for the hate fever.

I saw the rising sun before anything. After that I saw Charlie Manson playing the theme song from the Alladin SNES videogame. While processing that music in my mind I discovered 2 incidents of penis2mouth imagery and decided to scroll onward.....

Facebook is the all ass-kissing platform.  ;)

It is indeed the Ass of Providence.

Random Topics / Re: Celebrity Deaths
« on: May 09, 2017, 04:34:09 AM »
Pepe is living in a small mountain village in Paraguay

operation pepeclip?

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Art Bell
« on: April 30, 2017, 02:34:28 PM »
Go suck a moose, you hoser.

hey take off eh

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Art Bell
« on: April 29, 2017, 04:38:59 AM »

I too am not a Tarantino fan. I do like Reservoir Dogs and Jackie Brown and think they are both excellent, but outside of those I find his movies boring and hard to sit through. I think he had production credits for True Romance and Killing Zoe, both of those were really fun.

One of my favorite 'westerns' was the original Westworld.  Yul Brynner was absolutely great in the roll of the cold, calculating, gun-slinging robot.

"Sloppy with your drink..... Get this boy a bib."

Random Topics / Re: Music
« on: April 24, 2017, 04:11:50 AM »

Random Topics / Re: Albrecht, has decided to no longer use an avatar
« on: April 24, 2017, 04:00:38 AM »
It's the ultimate in individualism and possibly the most anti-commercial thing a user can do in this narcissistic age of Internet. No more slavery.

Random Topics / Re: United Breaks Guitars (and Senior citizens.)
« on: April 24, 2017, 01:28:56 AM »
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.

LOL remember Steve Martin and Edie McClurg in Planes Trains And Automobiles?

I don't have a car anymore. I use Subway or bicyclette for daily commuting or local travel. I live and work on the same street so it works for me. When I go long distance I have to use rail services. I may get another car by the end of the decade, it depends. It's very dense where I live, and parking is an extra $100-200/month. Plus I go through 3-4 bikes a year and replacing those is frustrating enough. I don't want to be replacing glass all the time. My last car was always getting broken windows or keyed to fucking hell when it was parked on the street or in public lot. Plus there is snowplow guy to worry about and my ungentrified neighborhood has tight streets. Snowplow guy doesn't leave a note. Snowplow guy takes the front end right off your car and keeps on going. Snowplow guy ain't paying for that fuckup! Snowplow guy is 5000.

Random Topics / Re: United Breaks Guitars (and Senior citizens.)
« on: April 23, 2017, 04:55:38 AM »
I used Amtrack last weekend. No guitars were broken, and no concussions were sustained. I feel like I am missing out.

Norry is meeting up with Doc Wallet this weekend in Toronto.  For fun there will supplement Sundays and autopsies performed by Doc Wallet on dead PremRats.

If you are in the Toronto area stop by and report in.

i read your post and then looked up the location of the event, and it's a few steps from where i am currently eating pizza. i wasn't even planning on stopping here but unplanned things led me off course and i ended up here eating pizza and reading bellgab. i had to shop at the nearby rabba before i went home and the one on simcoe street pissed me off recently so i chose the one on front street because its also got pizza across the street and i haven't eaten anything all day and this location is least likely to have a worldstar incident happen.

there are no such things as coincidences.

i don't work tomorrow but the last time sNoory made an appearance here it was in excess of $100 to enter. i think VIP was $500, and for a little less than $300 you got to ask him one question. no idea what fuchs, wallet and $noory expect. a bunch of infomercial ppl on an all-star snake oil convention tour. i'm not willing to put any money into their pockets, their whole existance is a business model and they don't need the money.

about five years ago an ex of mine got a cannister of tangy tangerine powder from the *nf**ars store, but the (russian-pol) jew cunt wouldn't even let me try any... so fuck tangy tangerine! and dr wallick too! also fuck dave noory and ben fucks. fuck them all!

Corsi is probably the worst guest in the whole talk circuit. He makes Gerald Celente seem like Malachi Martin.

The GBU intro was the best theme going into both bands that I've seen. Though was topped by the Jello Biafra tape (DK) intro into a Megadeth show. Awesome.

Jello's spoken word with NWO commentary over top of Black Sabbath was actually the lead-off track to Ice-T's 1989 album called The Iceberg.

Megadeth is touring with Ice T and Body Count this year. Apparently Mustaine guests on one track of the new Body Count album that came out a few weeks ago.

If you think Shut Up, Be Happy is cool, check out Jello with Ministry... They were called LARD and had several full length albums with similar Orwellian themes.

Dave is so lazy that he's not even phoning in his questions anymore. He's testing out a new voice-bot that just spouts random non-sense from the snoory sound board. That fucker is off in a bar somewhere tossing back a few pints. How would anyone know the difference ?  :o

LOL it's like when The Great Gazoo cloned Fred and Barney so they could go bowling while the 2 clones went on a double date with Wilma and Betty. All night long the only responses out of them were "Yes, yes, yes." and "No, no, no.", until eventually Betty and Wilma became suspicious of the 2 clones. I don't remember the rest. I tried to link to YouTube but no such clip seems to exist. The Google Police probably block Hanna Barbera stuff now because there is a ton of shit no longer on there.

I think a skilled soundboard hoodlum could conduct C2C better using a sNooryboard better than the actual Noory himself could. There is no variety at all in his responses which range between one sylable to a short sentence.

I caught a piece of Ed Dames the other night, what a phony. Whenever I see the word RV in relation to him, I think recreational vehicle. I bet that asshole has a few RVs and a place to park them all.

Random Topics / Re: The Onion Is Not Funny
« on: April 20, 2017, 03:36:43 AM »
I find that Crack'd or Cracked... the cool defunct magazine that became a website of revisionist history articles in meme format written by trendies. The website content, videos, etc... are completely produced by PC liberal hipster douchebags. Some of them are all-out disinfo agents too.

The Cracked site does have it's moments but overall it is similar to The Onion in the way that the producers all seem to come from the same egg. I made the mistake of watching videos on the Cracked channel at YouCensor. The commentators, the staff, the panels, etc.... Jesus, you should see how these self-righteous smiling spacehomos look and speak. They all talk like teenage girls. I am not one to judge another by how they look or speak but in this case these people are certified idiots and sadly that is not my opinion but is scientific fact.

The Onion/Cracked/The Daily Show/Jon Stewart have made a career out of twisting real things into satrical punchlines, yet they mock true conspiratorial history. 25% of cracked seems to be thriving off of urban legends and conspiratorial debunkery.

Fuck these two-faced cocksuckers. The whole lot of them belong in boiling pits of sewage.

The Onion also have a physical newspaper that circulates in pizza shops in this city. I personally haven't seen one in about 2-3 years but frequently used to glance at it while waiting for my order to come up. They sat in a metal rack and there was usually a small stack, I think it was either monthly or bi-weekly, about 10-15 pages folded over, with about 50% smaller dimensions than a standard newspaper.


Random Topics / Re: Celebrity Deaths
« on: April 20, 2017, 02:56:51 AM »
Miley Cyrus still lives and Freddie Mercury is dead where is the justice in that?

I am on a queen music kick listening to a lot of there old stuff under pressure with D. Bowie sound track to Highlander.

Queen were great and had so much good stuff. Under Pressure with David Bowie was amazing. I never heard the Highlander soundtrack but know a song or two from A Kind of Magic were from that movie. I never actually saw the movie but remember the Princes of the Universe video with the movie scenes in it.

The rest of the post below is just an opinion of mine and my view of the final 3 Queen albums.

Recently I have been listening to A Kind of Magic, The Miracle, and Live At Wembley double LP. I ripped these from CD somewhat recently so I kind of rediscovered these 2 albums and the live double disc.

I think A Kind of Magic was mailed in, as was Innuendo which probably contained a lot of material from numerous sessions spanning the last half-decade or possibly more. Plus the latter had some alternate versions of AKOM material, which were probably directly from the Magic sessions and sat in the can for 5-6 years. Innuendo is also filled with what come across as B-sides, recycled/unused material, and what I always understood to be solo material by Freddie. Many of the songs had overdubs as well as different or possibly/possibly not new recorded parts (Brian May singing a different mix of Who Wants to Live Forever for example). It's almost like Magic and Innuendo both had an EP's worth of material and they scraped the post-production floor to fill-in the rest of the albums to make them full length, but The Miracle album wasn't like that.

Magic and Innuendo have some really good stuff on them, but to me they are both incomplete products. The Miracle is the truest final album as nothing on that album seemed to be recycled, created with scraps from the production room floor, or contained tracks entirely produced with overdubs, heavy editing, or post-production effects.

The Miracle might be Queen's most interesting album. Even the album cover is strange. I think there is only one song on the album that I routinely skip, and that is track #9. I don't rate the remixed Invisible Man bonus track at all and pretend it doesn't exist. I think some of the bands best moments were on this album. I think all albums by Queen were nothing less than sub-genius.

Queen never sucked. Not a single album or phase sucked. The only thing that sucks about Queen are Brian May and Roger Taylor touring stadiums in a band that no longer exists.

RIP Freddie Mercury

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