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Who wants to go over to Falkie's and get shit faced?




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The Aristocrats!

And knowing is a-halv



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« Reply #1954 on: March 27, 2017, 12:19:40 AM »
PIss o' me in 'riff raff.' Now, if you'me--Downton Abbey is on.



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Re: The BellGab "New Member" Meet and Greet!
« Reply #1955 on: April 07, 2017, 08:10:35 PM »
It is with a modicum of regret that I must inform you, the "new member," that you just missed me.



Re: The BellGab "New Member" Meet and Greet!
« Reply #1956 on: May 22, 2017, 12:24:50 AM »
Hello All,

"Thank you for taking my call (...)". haha!

After lurking for several months I decided to create an account.

I originally visited bellgab to view comments about radio show hosts and guests.
Just wanted to see what others were saying around the current events of shows and postings.
Did I find what I was looking for? Not really, as I didn't know exactly what I was looking for. Just opinion I think. I did discover, again,  that there is mostly no one answer for anything about anything.

Coast to Coast hosts-
Art Bell: I didn't discover Art until I talked with a neighbor friend about four years ago who turned me on to CTC. I missed out on his broadcasting heyday. Interesting man to say the least.

CTC: I have an account that I use to listen to streaming when I have the opportunity.  Jorch is definitely a bit over-the-top for with his capitalistic ways and i know you all know what I mean. I wonder about his sincerity as the CTC host because of what he promotes. But, on the other hand, I do have a certain amount of respect for a man trying to make a living the best that they can with what they have.

JBW: I really enjoyed his broadcasts on CTC and then poof, he was gone. I do listen to CTM.

Richard Syrett: I've come to enjoy Richard when he's piloting the show. Sounds sincere enough for me. And, IMO, a good interviewer too.

George Knapp: Hard not to love George Knapp. I always enjoy his reporting and take on things.

Connie Willis: Her fill-in, May 20, 2017, from what I did listen to was interesting. In the past I would just turn CTC off when she hosted, but, she's starting to become more listen-able to me.

Jimmy Church: Hard to pin down if I dislike him (I don't know him, so that's hard to say) or just his style.

BellGab: Great board IMO. Thanks for being here. I am glad there is a sane forum out there for all things "weird".

What is of interest to me today:
Linda Moulton-Howe: I enjoy her reporting, although I do have to admit that I've listened to so many of her reports that I'm a little burnt out. The cattle/animal mutilation thing is irking me mostly from Steven Greer's claims that they are Shadow Government/Cabal events and are behind cattle mutilations and abductions to create fear. I was sold on the alien theory as presented by Linda. And now, whatever.

Dr. Steven Greer: I have watched "Undisclosed" and several of his videos. He has some very compelling "evidence", interviews and testimonials from the "Disclosure Project", and his contact outings that make for interesting thoughts.

Steven Quayle: When I fist heard Quayle, I thought he was absolutely nuts. Non-stop jabber about things I had never thought about. Now, I'm not so sure. I keep an open mind.

others: What can I say. There's so much out there now.

About EBEN, ET's, other non-earthbound life forms: I don't know. I've have not encountered anything that was not immediately mostly explainable.

Unexplained craft 1: In the summer of 1973, in the evening, about 10pm I witnessed a "craft" that looked like the ball end of a mace (a flail) in Vermont. It was huge, unlit, had spikes protruding from the ball. It was traveling very slowly across the tops of pine trees. It was too far away (a mile or so) for me to follow. I have to say that this was a very unusual experience. I was hanging out with a friend and two of his friends at a cabin in Vermont. We had a few beers, I went outside to relieve myself and get some air. I decided that saying anything was not a gret idea and just kept it to myself.

Unexplained craft 2: Two years ago, on July 4, 2015, in the early evening I witnessed a craft hovering in my neighborhood about 300 feet up, just hovering. It had extremely bright red and green lights that obscured whatever it was that they were attached to. I ran into our house, got my partner out to see it too. We watched for several minutes and then it shot out at a tremendous speed to the south. I'd like to say it was a personal drone, but I'm not so sure.

New technology: If it's truly there, I want it in use now. Free energy and all that.

I keep waiting for something really definitive to happen. Used to be waiting for the "dirty bomb" headline. Today, it's wondering about disclosure and impeachment. Rhetorically: And now I wonder what happens after disclosure? Life is mostly the same, right? Just some verified information about what some of us think is the "truth".

Certainly not a discussion for this thread, but what's up with that X-37B space plane? Support personnel in full haz-mat suits after touchdown? To protect against xenon, hypergolic nitrogen tetroxide / hydrazine (diazane) fuel vapor?

I'm an older guy now, and have too many questions about too many things, too many loose ends. Life isn't simple.

That's some of my story and I'm sticking to it.

Alphalpha

Re: The BellGab "New Member" Meet and Greet!
« Reply #1957 on: May 22, 2017, 01:34:28 AM »
Hello All,

"Thank you for taking my call (...)". haha!

After lurking for several months I decided to create an account.

I originally visited bellgab to view comments about radio show hosts and guests.
Just wanted to see what others were saying around the current events of shows and postings.
Did I find what I was looking for? Not really, as I didn't know exactly what I was looking for. Just opinion I think. I did discover, again,  that there is mostly no one answer for anything about anything.

Coast to Coast hosts-
Art Bell: I didn't discover Art until I talked with a neighbor friend about four years ago who turned me on to CTC. I missed out on his broadcasting heyday. Interesting man to say the least.

CTC: I have an account that I use to listen to streaming when I have the opportunity.  Jorch is definitely a bit over-the-top for with his capitalistic ways and i know you all know what I mean. I wonder about his sincerity as the CTC host because of what he promotes. But, on the other hand, I do have a certain amount of respect for a man trying to make a living the best that they can with what they have.

JBW: I really enjoyed his broadcasts on CTC and then poof, he was gone. I do listen to CTM.

Richard Syrett: I've come to enjoy Richard when he's piloting the show. Sounds sincere enough for me. And, IMO, a good interviewer too.

George Knapp: Hard not to love George Knapp. I always enjoy his reporting and take on things.

Connie Willis: Her fill-in, May 20, 2017, from what I did listen to was interesting. In the past I would just turn CTC off when she hosted, but, she's starting to become more listen-able to me.

Jimmy Church: Hard to pin down if I dislike him (I don't know him, so that's hard to say) or just his style.

BellGab: Great board IMO. Thanks for being here. I am glad there is a sane forum out there for all things "weird".

What is of interest to me today:
Linda Moulton-Howe: I enjoy her reporting, although I do have to admit that I've listened to so many of her reports that I'm a little burnt out. The cattle/animal mutilation thing is irking me mostly from Steven Greer's claims that they are Shadow Government/Cabal events and are behind cattle mutilations and abductions to create fear. I was sold on the alien theory as presented by Linda. And now, whatever.

Dr. Steven Greer: I have watched "Undisclosed" and several of his videos. He has some very compelling "evidence", interviews and testimonials from the "Disclosure Project", and his contact outings that make for interesting thoughts.

Steven Quayle: When I fist heard Quayle, I thought he was absolutely nuts. Non-stop jabber about things I had never thought about. Now, I'm not so sure. I keep an open mind.

others: What can I say. There's so much out there now.

About EBEN, ET's, other non-earthbound life forms: I don't know. I've have not encountered anything that was not immediately mostly explainable.

Unexplained craft 1: In the summer of 1973, in the evening, about 10pm I witnessed a "craft" that looked like the ball end of a mace (a flail) in Vermont. It was huge, unlit, had spikes protruding from the ball. It was traveling very slowly across the tops of pine trees. It was too far away (a mile or so) for me to follow. I have to say that this was a very unusual experience. I was hanging out with a friend and two of his friends at a cabin in Vermont. We had a few beers, I went outside to relieve myself and get some air. I decided that saying anything was not a gret idea and just kept it to myself.

Unexplained craft 2: Two years ago, on July 4, 2015, in the early evening I witnessed a craft hovering in my neighborhood about 300 feet up, just hovering. It had extremely bright red and green lights that obscured whatever it was that they were attached to. I ran into our house, got my partner out to see it too. We watched for several minutes and then it shot out at a tremendous speed to the south. I'd like to say it was a personal drone, but I'm not so sure.

New technology: If it's truly there, I want it in use now. Free energy and all that.

I keep waiting for something really definitive to happen. Used to be waiting for the "dirty bomb" headline. Today, it's wondering about disclosure and impeachment. Rhetorically: And now I wonder what happens after disclosure? Life is mostly the same, right? Just some verified information about what some of us think is the "truth".

Certainly not a discussion for this thread, but what's up with that X-37B space plane? Support personnel in full haz-mat suits after touchdown? To protect against xenon, hypergolic nitrogen tetroxide / hydrazine (diazane) fuel vapor?

I'm an older guy now, and have too many questions about too many things, too many loose ends. Life isn't simple.

That's some of my story and I'm sticking to it.

Alphalpha
tl;dr

welcome to bellgab, what do you think of Art Bells tits?


Re: The BellGab "New Member" Meet and Greet!
« Reply #1958 on: May 22, 2017, 01:48:22 AM »
Hello All...
I did read it.  I thought that I would wait for our bellgabber of the year to welcome you before I did.  Please try not to pay too much attention- the position was only given after some serious campaigning and sexual favours (for awhile we called Miku the BG bike, or Bellgabs waifu.)

Anyhow, stay awhile and post often.

If Cam was telling the truth in his last post, it is sad.  He was a great poster when he was not allowing the cotton habit to get the better of him...

On a side note, if it is a "Knapp night" you should stop by that thread and introduce yourself. It is one of the few times that the board is quite active (without wading into politics or making a trip to "Pittsburgh."  ;)

Re: The BellGab "New Member" Meet and Greet!
« Reply #1959 on: May 22, 2017, 01:54:20 AM »
re: Art Bell's tit's
If I can touch them then they're real.

Posted by: WOTR
« on: Today at 01:48:22 AM » Insert Quote
Anyhow, stay awhile and post often.

Thank you

Re: The BellGab "New Member" Meet and Greet!
« Reply #1960 on: May 22, 2017, 04:18:13 PM »
Hello All,

"Thank you for taking my call (...)". haha!

After lurking for several months I decided to create an account.

I originally visited bellgab to view comments about radio show hosts and guests.
Just wanted to see what others were saying around the current events of shows and postings.
Did I find what I was looking for? Not really, as I didn't know exactly what I was looking for. Just opinion I think. I did discover, again,  that there is mostly no one answer for anything about anything.

Coast to Coast hosts-
Art Bell: I didn't discover Art until I talked with a neighbor friend about four years ago who turned me on to CTC. I missed out on his broadcasting heyday. Interesting man to say the least.

CTC: I have an account that I use to listen to streaming when I have the opportunity.  Jorch is definitely a bit over-the-top for with his capitalistic ways and i know you all know what I mean. I wonder about his sincerity as the CTC host because of what he promotes. But, on the other hand, I do have a certain amount of respect for a man trying to make a living the best that they can with what they have.

JBW: I really enjoyed his broadcasts on CTC and then poof, he was gone. I do listen to CTM.

Richard Syrett: I've come to enjoy Richard when he's piloting the show. Sounds sincere enough for me. And, IMO, a good interviewer too.

George Knapp: Hard not to love George Knapp. I always enjoy his reporting and take on things.

Connie Willis: Her fill-in, May 20, 2017, from what I did listen to was interesting. In the past I would just turn CTC off when she hosted, but, she's starting to become more listen-able to me.

Jimmy Church: Hard to pin down if I dislike him (I don't know him, so that's hard to say) or just his style.

BellGab: Great board IMO. Thanks for being here. I am glad there is a sane forum out there for all things "weird".

What is of interest to me today:
Linda Moulton-Howe: I enjoy her reporting, although I do have to admit that I've listened to so many of her reports that I'm a little burnt out. The cattle/animal mutilation thing is irking me mostly from Steven Greer's claims that they are Shadow Government/Cabal events and are behind cattle mutilations and abductions to create fear. I was sold on the alien theory as presented by Linda. And now, whatever.

Dr. Steven Greer: I have watched "Undisclosed" and several of his videos. He has some very compelling "evidence", interviews and testimonials from the "Disclosure Project", and his contact outings that make for interesting thoughts.

Steven Quayle: When I fist heard Quayle, I thought he was absolutely nuts. Non-stop jabber about things I had never thought about. Now, I'm not so sure. I keep an open mind.

others: What can I say. There's so much out there now.

About EBEN, ET's, other non-earthbound life forms: I don't know. I've have not encountered anything that was not immediately mostly explainable.

Unexplained craft 1: In the summer of 1973, in the evening, about 10pm I witnessed a "craft" that looked like the ball end of a mace (a flail) in Vermont. It was huge, unlit, had spikes protruding from the ball. It was traveling very slowly across the tops of pine trees. It was too far away (a mile or so) for me to follow. I have to say that this was a very unusual experience. I was hanging out with a friend and two of his friends at a cabin in Vermont. We had a few beers, I went outside to relieve myself and get some air. I decided that saying anything was not a gret idea and just kept it to myself.

Unexplained craft 2: Two years ago, on July 4, 2015, in the early evening I witnessed a craft hovering in my neighborhood about 300 feet up, just hovering. It had extremely bright red and green lights that obscured whatever it was that they were attached to. I ran into our house, got my partner out to see it too. We watched for several minutes and then it shot out at a tremendous speed to the south. I'd like to say it was a personal drone, but I'm not so sure.

New technology: If it's truly there, I want it in use now. Free energy and all that.

I keep waiting for something really definitive to happen. Used to be waiting for the "dirty bomb" headline. Today, it's wondering about disclosure and impeachment. Rhetorically: And now I wonder what happens after disclosure? Life is mostly the same, right? Just some verified information about what some of us think is the "truth".

Certainly not a discussion for this thread, but what's up with that X-37B space plane? Support personnel in full haz-mat suits after touchdown? To protect against xenon, hypergolic nitrogen tetroxide / hydrazine (diazane) fuel vapor?

I'm an older guy now, and have too many questions about too many things, too many loose ends. Life isn't simple.

That's some of my story and I'm sticking to it.

Alphalpha


Welcome, Alphalpha, and thank you for joining our BellGab membership.

I like the way you view things.  No snark, just an intelligent common sense take on what you observe.  Up until a couple of years ago, there was much more of that here on BellGab.  You give me hope that intelligent common sense thinking is returning this forum which I hold dear.

Once again, thank you for joining and please post often. ;) ;D