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John B. Wells looks like:

A Vulcan
97 (26.4%)
Hank's Japanese half-brother, "Junichero," in King of the Hill eps. 6ABE20-21  
57 (15.5%)
A stoner sufer named "Tracker," who mentored Sean Penn & Keanu Reeves
47 (12.8%)
Frankenstein's Monster
101 (27.4%)
One of those faces on the Sgt. Pepper album (2nd row from the top. Face #5)
66 (17.9%)

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Re: John B. Wells
« Reply #300 on: December 22, 2011, 09:28:34 PM »
I'm not sorry: JBW's absolute inability to cover any topic, talk to any guest, without referencing his own specific personal religious beliefs completely undercuts any credibility he may have. He is basically injecting his agenda into *everything*, something even Noory doesn't do to that degree. How could I listen to JBW interviewing a guest about alien contact or the age of the earth when I know that Wells is at best "humoring" the guest, since in his mind he "knows" the truth about these things and it all comes down to his specific version of Christianity? Even the Christmas legends guest the other night, who did have some interesting facts and insights, was constantly interrupted, sidetracked and downright manipulated by Wells in this manner. This is the worst of the worst, and recently listening to old Art-hosted episodes from the late 90s has only made the contrast that much more stark.

I'd find Welles' fundamentalism more convincing if he looked more squeaky clean like Mitt Romney or Pat Boone and less like my coke addict ex-boyfriend.  The fact that some in this thread have surmised that Welles smokes a bowl before he goes on the air also kind of ruins the image.  If I were a Christian conservative, I'd want Welles off my team.

Re: John B. Wells
« Reply #301 on: December 22, 2011, 10:51:32 PM »
on his last show, on cue, the same woman who was drooling over his voice also shared a religious story and complimented Wells on "telling the truth in a way the other Coast hosts don't" (paraphrasing)--meaning that he has a specific "Christian" agenda that he doesn't even try to hide. So--the fringe religious nuts love him, and so do the middle aged ladies because he gets their panties all moist. And in this case, both in one. Yes, folks, welcome to the future of C2C.

Re: John B. Wells
« Reply #302 on: December 23, 2011, 08:28:14 AM »
on his last show, on cue, the same woman who was drooling over his voice also shared a religious story and complimented Wells on "telling the truth in a way the other Coast hosts don't" (paraphrasing)--meaning that he has a specific "Christian" agenda that he doesn't even try to hide. So--the fringe religious nuts love him, and so do the middle aged ladies because he gets their panties all moist. And in this case, both in one. Yes, folks, welcome to the future of C2C.
I don't agree with Wells, but this post annoyed me. Faith has nothing to do with panties, and CG cue the jokes!


Re: John B. Wells
« Reply #303 on: December 23, 2011, 09:49:52 AM »
Faith has nothing to do with panties, and CG cue the jokes!

Well, tighty-whities, maybe, if you're a Catholic priest.

Re: John B. Wells
« Reply #304 on: December 23, 2011, 10:04:12 AM »
Well, tighty-whities, maybe, if you're a Catholic priest.

Nah.  The Church in the priest molestation scandal was no different than the Second Mile in the Sandusky scandal--a means to an end. 

Re: John B. Wells
« Reply #305 on: December 23, 2011, 10:18:57 AM »
Wells returns on the 29th ... with Steve Quayle and his crazy holy wars.
I don't know how this 'mothership' will stay afloat with so much hot air charging it........

Re: John B. Wells
« Reply #306 on: December 26, 2011, 08:10:34 PM »
Wells returns on the 29th ... with Steve Quayle and his crazy holy wars.
I don't know how this 'mothership' will stay afloat with so much hot air charging it........
Didn't Quayle's wife encounter difficulty trying to get through airport security with a gun a couple of months ago?  I wonder if Steve can comment on that..  Ask him, John B.

Re: John B. Wells
« Reply #307 on: December 26, 2011, 08:49:22 PM »
on his last show, on cue, the same woman who was drooling over his voice also shared a religious story and complimented Wells on "telling the truth in a way the other Coast hosts don't" (paraphrasing)--meaning that he has a specific "Christian" agenda that he doesn't even try to hide. So--the fringe religious nuts love him, and so do the middle aged ladies because he gets their panties all moist. And in this case, both in one. Yes, folks, welcome to the future of C2C.
I'm middle aged, female, but Welles leaves me high and dry!  Guess maybe if I read my Bible he'd turn me on.

Re: John B. Wells
« Reply #308 on: December 29, 2011, 01:20:08 PM »
The good news - Steve Quayle is the guest tonight, so we won't have to listen to much of Wells' incoherent rambling.

The bad news - Steve Quayle is the guest tonight, so we will have to listen to his incoherent raving.

Re: John B. Wells
« Reply #309 on: December 30, 2011, 12:28:44 AM »
Both are Jesus Freak ranting...I have no problem with Jesus or Christianity, I have a problem with Prostelyzing.

Re: John B. Wells
« Reply #310 on: December 30, 2011, 12:36:04 AM »
sorry JB , had to Fast Blast this : it's great that you guys are Christian, however, the ranting is annoying. Will this be going on for more than an hour..if so, I'll just stop listening when you are on. I'll just turn off my paid for C2C am subscription and sleep.


Funny, Ian is a minister and doesn't rant imo. I liked him. I am looking forward to the 2 day 2012 prophecies shows.

Re: John B. Wells
« Reply #311 on: December 30, 2011, 12:39:28 AM »
I just made an account for the express purpose of seeing if others were bothered by the bullshit we're currently listening to.

C'mon, out-and-out racism, misogyny, and this Jesus stuff? I was really looking forward to "Earth Changes & Alien Bases". 

Re: John B. Wells
« Reply #312 on: December 30, 2011, 12:45:12 AM »
I am not a mega-Obama fan, but I DO not think he is the Anti-christ that is being painted out of this Quayle's mouth. psycho. Yeah, WHERE'S  the alien bases if they exist. IMO Jesus would cry at all the crap done and said in his name, along with other Prophets and Buddhas.

Re: John B. Wells
« Reply #313 on: December 30, 2011, 12:46:02 AM »
Both are Jesus Freak ranting...I have no problem with Jesus or Christianity, I have a problem with Prostelyzing.


Exactly. :P

Re: John B. Wells
« Reply #314 on: December 30, 2011, 12:47:46 AM »
I never heard of Rob Simone before, not from LA. I thought he wasn't too bad last nite.

Re: John B. Wells
« Reply #315 on: December 30, 2011, 12:49:16 AM »
Scully, I just want to turn it off...yet, I feel like I have to listen to this trainwreck. Please no more John B Wells...

Re: John B. Wells
« Reply #316 on: December 30, 2011, 12:51:29 AM »
Quayle: "It's like a Terminator movie on steroids!"
Wells: *sigh* "Yeah, yeah it is."

Re: John B. Wells
« Reply #317 on: December 30, 2011, 12:54:25 AM »
paranoia paranoia will destroy ya...let's all move to Montana and get a compound John.

Re: John B. Wells
« Reply #318 on: December 30, 2011, 01:03:15 AM »
Scully, I just want to turn it off...yet, I feel like I have to listen to this trainwreck. Please no more John B Wells...


So sorry for your understandable suffering, kim.


I just dropped by to see what the early chatter was about,  but ... and I don't mean to sound patronizing here ...  for once I knew better than to even turn the radio on.  With Wells and Quayle together, it just HAD to be a Trainwreck Night.


I'm cured at last from my C2C cravings ... free ... free ... free ... bwahahahahaha ...  ;D

Re: John B. Wells
« Reply #319 on: December 30, 2011, 01:06:57 AM »
I think I will put on a past show instead.

Re: John B. Wells
« Reply #320 on: December 30, 2011, 01:10:16 AM »
I must be masochist; I'm giving them 'til the bottom of the hour to get their act together. Who needs sleep?

Re: John B. Wells
« Reply #321 on: December 30, 2011, 01:14:46 AM »
I had to turn the pablum off at 1 hour and 14 minutes.

Re: John B. Wells
« Reply #322 on: December 30, 2011, 01:22:33 AM »
I think I will put on a past show instead.

Yes, good idea.  George has provided hundreds to select from.

This is the plot.  Less George means more time to miss him.  When he comes back after this week and the many days off in January, he will be welcomed back with open ears.  Absence makes the ears grow fonder.

Re: John B. Wells
« Reply #323 on: December 30, 2011, 01:56:27 AM »
I am listening for the first time in weeks.

John B. Wells is worse than Noory.

Re: John B. Wells
« Reply #324 on: December 30, 2011, 01:58:26 AM »
At the start of the show tonight, Wells called Noory the "captain of the ship"  :P
Noory has only had Steve Quayle on for 3 hours at a time, but Wells is having Quayle on tonight for the full 4 hours...  :o

Re: John B. Wells
« Reply #325 on: December 30, 2011, 03:54:02 AM »
I am not a mega-Obama fan, but I DO not think he is the Anti-christ that is being painted out of this Quayle's mouth. psycho. Yeah, WHERE'S  the alien bases if they exist. IMO Jesus would cry at all the crap done and said in his name, along with other Prophets and Buddhas.
You forgot one other group who would cry at the crap... Christians.

Re: John B. Wells
« Reply #326 on: December 30, 2011, 04:03:55 AM »
This is the plot.  Less George means more time to miss him.  When he comes back after this week and the many days off in January, he will be welcomed back with open ears.  Absence makes the ears grow fonder.
Pretty good idea... and it would have worked if they put Wells on each night.  Instead we have been treated to Knapp, Ian and Simone.  Instead of missing George, I feel like they are showing us that there is an alternative.

On that note, Quale is ranting like a lunatic.  I have pretty much had all I can take for the night.  I missed the first hour and am sick of hearing how there is no political solution.  Sick of hearing how the military will be targeting everyone who won't give up their guns with missiles launched from helicopters and how they plan on just locking everyone up in compounds.

I am a pessimist at heart, have little trust of the government and police forces and do believe there are still some pretty bad things (especially economically) coming down the pike.  However, this guy is a crackpot and for the third (fourth?) night in a row the room will be quiet after a short burst of C2C...

Re: John B. Wells
« Reply #327 on: December 30, 2011, 04:27:30 AM »
sorry JB , had to Fast Blast this : it's great that you guys are Christian, however, the ranting is annoying. Will this be going on for more than an hour..if so, I'll just stop listening when you are on. I'll just turn off my paid for C2C am subscription and sleep.


Funny, Ian is a minister and doesn't rant imo. I liked him. I am looking forward to the 2 day 2012 prophecies shows.
Aargh! It could be that Wells just addressed your fast blast.  He mentioned an email where the sender said (s)he was sick of the preaching.  The answer was for Quale to blame Swaggart and others while telling us how good he is and how faithful he has been (he cites publishing 10 books as "proof").

That's it... the radio is off- I can't stand listening to either of them any longer.  Quale doesn't seem to see that he is holding himself out for people to believe in.  I really hate hearing somebody like him proselytizing while acting as a prophet ("I told people to buy gold and silver years ago")  Suddenly you are mixing your version of the bible with your visions of the world with your take on society and your belief and your version of Christianity to arrive at a very toxic soup (that he is trying to get others to swallow.)

Please don't get me wrong- I have no wish to listen to anybody pushing any religion.  But it is even worse when you invent yourself as the only man with the answer and the only one who knows what is happening.  Yesterdays guest of Simmone (the "mushroom man") suffered with the same affliction.  Only he (and one or two others) knew the truth.  Hoagland and Alex Jones would be two prime examples of people who don't even bother to use the "security blanket" of religion to be the only ones in possession of the truth.  It seems that all guests whom I really dislike share the same traits.

Re: John B. Wells
« Reply #328 on: December 30, 2011, 05:36:21 AM »
The good news - Steve Quayle is the guest tonight...The bad news - Steve Quayle is the guest tonight...
... free ... free ... free ...
...I just want to turn it off...yet, I feel like I have to listen...
I must be masochist...
Aargh!

     At first I found myself thinking, "hey, Steve Quayle is making a lot of sense tonight," and then those thoughts would vanish, and then they would come back again, and then vanish.  I'll say this, whatever is driving that boy knows no rest, going four hours pausing only out of politeness to Wells, who, it seems, spent most of his time picking out some really crappy music, and avoiding having to tell Steven that, in fact, he never got around to reading "Angel Wars."

Re: John B. Wells
« Reply #329 on: December 30, 2011, 09:16:52 AM »
Last night I heard Wells say that he was getting a ton of email. It was 99 to 1: the two of them are fear mongering. Quayles response was the usual rambling off in three different directions.