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Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« Reply #25710 on: October 20, 2015, 05:37:22 AM »
I hear RCH is looking for a producer. We all know Senda has experience producing for C2C, scoring that much celebrated global cooling guest. Senda is also known as the most trusted man in Journalism.



Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« Reply #25711 on: October 20, 2015, 08:39:39 AM »
Perhaps she needs new trifocals to see my posts or videos, with 27 videos posted in the last week, NOT counting Kathy's and including us being both interviewed forvover 30 minutes on a radio talk show and being given a shoutout on Coast by both Peter Davenport and George Noiry.

Is that the highlight of 63 years of life?  Getting a shoutout from Peter Davenport and George "Noiry?"  99.99% of people in North America and Europe never heard of Peter Davenport.  98% never heard of George "Noiry" and of those, 90% think he's an ignoramus.

Speaking of "Noiry," did you see Art Bell's Facebook post of October 18.  It seems "Noiry" was mocking him.  What do you think of that, George?  Your hero, your fearless leader, the object of your affection and admiration, was mocking Art Bell last Friday night.

Speaking of ignoramuses, how's the new "Noiry" TV pilot going?  Seriously, did you think it would sell?  "Noiry" would be lucky if he could cut a deal with Family Dollar to sell it on DVDs for $1.00 each.



Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« Reply #25712 on: October 20, 2015, 09:00:06 AM »


This is Olga, proud Coast Insider and president of the George Noory Fan Club.  Olga recently met the love of her life on Paranormaldate.com.  Olga and Roger will tie the knot at Roger's taxidermy shop on Halloween.  Here we see Olga selecting a wedding gift for Roger at Family Dollar.  She's looking through a rack of George Noory TV shows on DVD.

"I'm real tickled George chose Family Dollar for his new TV show instead of some cable network," Olga said.  "At one dollar each, Roger and I will be able to buy three or four every year to add to our library.  They'll be real handy when me and Roger home school our kids."


Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« Reply #25713 on: October 20, 2015, 10:39:52 AM »
Dumb bitch, YOU claim to work at the DMV. I wouldn't have you staple two pieces of paperwork together because you'd probably fuck it up.
I have already discussed this but for those mentally challenged such as yourself who failed to comprehend what I wrote about it on here I will repeat it one more time.
No lies as your hate filled mind wants you to believe.
I have a sciatic nerve problem which causes periodic pain spikes in my leg and upper right thigh. Also
an area of that leg was cut accidentally and shut by a surgeon but it never healed right.
I had a spike of pain in that area the night before I went to the DMV in Concord and was standing in line with Kathy and told her about and said " It hurt so much I thought I was having a stroke or something. "
This was within earshot of the clerk who wound up waiting on us. She asked NO questions about my MEDICAL condition and took it upon herself with no corroborating evidence to report to the DMV that I had a stroke when NO stroke occurred.
About a month later I got paperwork from the medical department of the DMV in Oakland that said my license had been SUSPENDED because I had had a stroke and had NOT reported it to the DMV and that I would need a doctors letter stating that I had NOT had a stroke and that I would have to pay a $75 fee and take a written test to remove the suspension .
I raised hell about this because NO stroke had occurred but they refused to remove the suspension and while they now have the paperwork stating that I did not have a stroke I had been fighting the fee and demand I take a written test since the suspension should never have occurred in the first place.
My state senator was in Walnut Creek and I and Kathy went in there several times to deal with this but I had to wait until I could find a doctor to certify that NO stroke had occurred.  Not one but two doctors so certified that fact and I can go into that office today and take up the issue and they have talked to that department several times in the past and have said to me in WRITING that they would get the suspension and requirements lifted when I am ready to do so. As I did not have a car for two one year periods and had had difficulty getting the doctor paperwork, I put the matter on hold.
I can do this any time I want and have the copies in my desk. The senator's office is still willing to see me under the current senator as a courtesy even though I no longer live in that district since the case was initiated IN that office when I was a constituent and resident of that district and I have their letters as well stating that FACT.
As usual in your arrogance, you THINK you know everything about the DMV when you do not.
Mind your own damned business and shut up about something you know nothing about.

Listen up you dumb motherfucker. You know I work for the DMV. Then how the fuck do you think you can get away with telling all these lies? You are obviously too mentally deranged to have a valid DL besides any supposed physical disability you claim to have. If you were suspended on medical grounds all you need to do is fill out the first page of this form:
http://www.dmv.ca.gov/portal/wcm/connect/f92586ac-be7a-456b-af31-b35acc029982/ds326.pdf?MOD=AJPERES
take it to your doctor, have them complete it and return it to the address at the top. Once received the DMV will contact you for an appointment to discuss it with a hearing officer.
NO fee is required to reinstate your license from a medical suspension.

I no longer work for the driver safety division but a good friend is the manager for one of the Bay Area DS offices. I won't say which one in case you show up there, and I hope you do. How I wish I could be a fly on the wall in the hearing room when you talk to the DS officer. I already know how it would go. You won't be able to keep your stupid fucking mouth shut. All the bullshit you spew will turn your case from a physical medical suspension to one on mental grounds. Good luck dipshit.

Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« Reply #25714 on: October 20, 2015, 11:21:54 AM »
Question, are we done with the Drone story arc? I feel like I am a few episodes behind.  :o If we are done you guys need to hire some better writers for next season.  ;D

Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« Reply #25715 on: October 20, 2015, 11:31:27 AM »
Kathy shacking up with Casio is the spinoff. Think Joannie Loves Chachi, with the same shelf life.

Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« Reply #25716 on: October 20, 2015, 11:42:41 AM »
Question, are we done with the Drone story arc? I feel like I am a few episodes behind.  :o If we are done you guys need to hire some better writers for next season.  ;D

The last two story arcs were poorly conceived with absolutely no plot development.  The last one, Falkie Steals Comic Books and Has an Unfortunate Prison Encounter, was so bad even Falkie couldn't suspend his disbelief.  The writers were dismissed and escorted out of the building.  It's rumored a few of them found work writing speeches for Presidential candidates.


Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« Reply #25717 on: October 20, 2015, 11:54:58 AM »
The problem with Season 6 is that (following the departure of the beauteous Sweet Kathy after protracted contract negotiations) the show lacks a credible love-interest. We are holding a casting call later this week in the car-park of Popeye's for all prospective talent: any suitable candidate must weight at least two bills and be able to provide their own condiments. Good looks are not a top priority (the last one looked like a cross between Al from Happy Days and a bouncy house), and we like to keep the love scenes down to a minimum, since Falkie's last attempt to kiss a woman looked more like an Eskimo greeting than a prelude to some hot, nasty ugly-bumping.

We also had to sack the head-writer, after his chronic alcoholism kept causing him to burst into tears and head-butt the walls. We have high hopes for the new chap:


Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« Reply #25718 on: October 20, 2015, 11:56:16 AM »
George, I just read this news story (fascinating read for anyone who has time), and am legitimately concerned for you.  This poor man died at the age of 73, just 10 years older than you.  Now that Kathy is gone, I hope that you will continue the cleaning efforts, monetize your activities, and work to improve your health so we can continue to enjoy your musings for years to come.  There are parallels here, George, and I don't want to see you end up like this.  Many posters have expressed concern that something could happen to you, and none of us would know why the videos have stopped.  Please take the steps now, while you still have your health and friends on your board and forums, to avoid this outcome!





The Lonely Death of George Bell - N.Y. Times - Oct. 18, 2015
http://www.nytimes.com/2015/10/18/nyregion/dying-alone-in-new-york-city.html?_r=0

"They found him in the living room, crumpled up on the mottled carpet. The police did. Sniffing a fetid odor, a neighbor had called 911. The apartment was in north-central Queens, in an unassertive building on 79th Street in Jackson Heights.

The apartment belonged to a George Bell. He lived alone. Thus the presumption was that the corpse also belonged to George Bell. It was a plausible supposition, but it remained just that, for the puffy body on the floor was decomposed and unrecognizable. Clearly the man had not died on July 12, the Saturday last year when he was discovered, nor the day before nor the day before that. He had lain there for a while, nothing to announce his departure to the world, while the hyperkinetic city around him hurried on with its business."
__________
"Once firefighters had jimmied the door that July afternoon, the police squeezed into a beaten apartment groaning with possessions, a grotesque parody of the “lived-in” condition. Clearly, its occupant had been a hoarder."  [Ol' Gerry note:  not applicable to you George - your place is being cleaned up now that Kathy is gone]
__________
"The two men foraged through the unedited anarchy, 800 square feet, one bedroom. A stench thickened the air. Mr. Plaza dabbed his nostrils with a Vicks vapor stick. Mr. Rodriguez toughed it out. Vicks bothered his nose.

The only bed was the lumpy foldout couch in the living room. The bedroom and bathroom looked pillaged. The kitchen was splashed with trash and balled-up, decades-old lottery tickets that had failed to deliver. A soiled shopping list read: sea salt, garlic, carrots, broccoli (two packs), 'TV Guide.'"
__________
"The refrigerator was unplugged, with unfrozen frozen vegetables and Chinese takeout rotting inside. Roaches had moved in. Mr. Benitez doused it with bug spray. He plugged it in to chill the food and rid it of the smell, then cleaned it out and took it to a recycling center in Jamaica. A few weeks later, Wipeout Exterminating came in and treated the whole place."
__________
"On a sun-kindled day a week later, six muscled men from GreenEx, a junk removal business, arrived to empty the cluttered Queens apartment. Dispassionately, they scooped up the dusty traces of George Bell’s life and shoveled them into trash cans and bags. They broke apart the furniture with hammers. Tinny music poured from a portable radio. ... Seven hours they went at it, flinging everything into trucks destined for a Bronx dump where the rates were good."
__________
"His life began small and plain. George Bell was especially attached to his parents. ... They called him Big George, for he was a thickset, brawny man, weighing perhaps 210 pounds. Later, his ravenous appetite had him pushing 350. ... Friends, though, found him difficult to crack open. There were things inside no one could get out. You learned to suppress your questions around him.

He had his burdens. His father died young. As she aged, his mother became crippled by arthritis. He cared for her, fetching her food and bathing her until her death."
__________
"Why did he die alone, no one knowing?

The Dude thought on that. “I don’t know, man,” he said. “I wish I could tell you. But I don’t know.”

On the televisions above the busy bar, a woman was promoting a cleaning product. In the dim light, Mr. Bertone emptied his drink. “You know, I miss him,” he said. “I would have liked to see George one more time. He was my friend. One more time.”


Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« Reply #25719 on: October 20, 2015, 12:01:37 PM »
The last two story arcs were poorly conceived with absolutely no plot development.  The last one, Falkie Steals Comic Books and Has an Unfortunate Prison Encounter, was so bad even Falkie couldn't suspend his disbelief.  The writers were dismissed and escorted out of the building.  It's rumored a few of them found work writing speeches for Presidential candidates.



Well, if it happened, it wasn't so unfortunate for the half dozen dainty young men who pleasured our fapless hero.

Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« Reply #25720 on: October 20, 2015, 12:28:56 PM »
"The Falkie Thread - It's true - all of it."



"The dark side..."



"The Noory interview..."


"They're real."


Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« Reply #25721 on: October 20, 2015, 12:36:52 PM »
"The Falkie Thread - It's true - all of it."


Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« Reply #25722 on: October 20, 2015, 02:30:45 PM »
No matter how private, how embarrassing, how tasteless or trivial, the story of your life is posted online, in excruciating detail, for the world to see.

I'm having a colonoscopy next Thursday and they're also going to put a tv camera into my stomach to find out about my ulcers.

Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« Reply #25723 on: October 20, 2015, 02:38:23 PM »
A shoutout from "noiry". Can I have your autograph falkie?

Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« Reply #25724 on: October 20, 2015, 03:44:04 PM »

I'm having a colonoscopy next Thursday and they're also going to put a tv camera into my stomach to find out about my ulcers.

They gave me this huge bottle of medication to take. I hope something THAT damned big doesn't come out of me as a result.

Sheesh !



"...found him difficult to crack open. There were things inside no one could get out".



This thread. It always comes around full circle.

How I have missed this place.


Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« Reply #25726 on: October 20, 2015, 04:28:26 PM »
Listen up you dumb motherfucker. You know I work for the DMV. Then how the fuck do you think you can get away with telling all these lies? You are obviously too mentally deranged to have a valid DL besides any supposed physical disability you claim to have. If you were suspended on medical grounds all you need to do is fill out the first page of this form:
http://www.dmv.ca.gov/portal/wcm/connect/f92586ac-be7a-456b-af31-b35acc029982/ds326.pdf?MOD=AJPERES
take it to your doctor, have them complete it and return it to the address at the top. Once received the DMV will contact you for an appointment to discuss it with a hearing officer.
NO fee is required to reinstate your license from a medical suspension.

I no longer work for the driver safety division but a good friend is the manager for one of the Bay Area DS offices. I won't say which one in case you show up there, and I hope you do. How I wish I could be a fly on the wall in the hearing room when you talk to the DS officer. I already know how it would go. You won't be able to keep your stupid fucking mouth shut. All the bullshit you spew will turn your case from a physical medical suspension to one on mental grounds. Good luck dipshit.

Unlike you, I still have the paperwork from the DMV that says * I * have to pay a $75 reinstatement fee to get my license back and take a written test as well.
And there is NO hearing officer involved and never has been.
I submitted the medical paperwork and its in a file somewhere I suppose.
As usual, when it comes to what they require of me, YOU have NO idea what you are talking about.
There is nothing about my mental state involved in my case except that I have to deal with a mental case such as yourself on this matter on a periodic basis.

Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« Reply #25727 on: October 20, 2015, 04:55:31 PM »
George, I just read this news story (fascinating read for anyone who has time), and am legitimately concerned for you.  This poor man died at the age of 73, just 10 years older than you.  Now that Kathy is gone, I hope that you will continue the cleaning efforts, monetize your activities, and work to improve your health so we can continue to enjoy your musings for years to come.  There are parallels here, George, and I don't want to see you end up like this.  Many posters have expressed concern that something could happen to you, and none of us would know why the videos have stopped.  Please take the steps now, while you still have your health and friends on your board and forums, to avoid this outcome!





The Lonely Death of George Bell - N.Y. Times - Oct. 18, 2015
http://www.nytimes.com/2015/10/18/nyregion/dying-alone-in-new-york-city.html?_r=0

"They found him in the living room, crumpled up on the mottled carpet. The police did. Sniffing a fetid odor, a neighbor had called 911. The apartment was in north-central Queens, in an unassertive building on 79th Street in Jackson Heights.

The apartment belonged to a George Bell. He lived alone. Thus the presumption was that the corpse also belonged to George Bell. It was a plausible supposition, but it remained just that, for the puffy body on the floor was decomposed and unrecognizable. Clearly the man had not died on July 12, the Saturday last year when he was discovered, nor the day before nor the day before that. He had lain there for a while, nothing to announce his departure to the world, while the hyperkinetic city around him hurried on with its business."
__________
"Once firefighters had jimmied the door that July afternoon, the police squeezed into a beaten apartment groaning with possessions, a grotesque parody of the “lived-in” condition. Clearly, its occupant had been a hoarder."  [Ol' Gerry note:  not applicable to you George - your place is being cleaned up now that Kathy is gone]
__________
"The two men foraged through the unedited anarchy, 800 square feet, one bedroom. A stench thickened the air. Mr. Plaza dabbed his nostrils with a Vicks vapor stick. Mr. Rodriguez toughed it out. Vicks bothered his nose.

The only bed was the lumpy foldout couch in the living room. The bedroom and bathroom looked pillaged. The kitchen was splashed with trash and balled-up, decades-old lottery tickets that had failed to deliver. A soiled shopping list read: sea salt, garlic, carrots, broccoli (two packs), 'TV Guide.'"
__________
"The refrigerator was unplugged, with unfrozen frozen vegetables and Chinese takeout rotting inside. Roaches had moved in. Mr. Benitez doused it with bug spray. He plugged it in to chill the food and rid it of the smell, then cleaned it out and took it to a recycling center in Jamaica. A few weeks later, Wipeout Exterminating came in and treated the whole place."
__________
"On a sun-kindled day a week later, six muscled men from GreenEx, a junk removal business, arrived to empty the cluttered Queens apartment. Dispassionately, they scooped up the dusty traces of George Bell’s life and shoveled them into trash cans and bags. They broke apart the furniture with hammers. Tinny music poured from a portable radio. ... Seven hours they went at it, flinging everything into trucks destined for a Bronx dump where the rates were good."
__________
"His life began small and plain. George Bell was especially attached to his parents. ... They called him Big George, for he was a thickset, brawny man, weighing perhaps 210 pounds. Later, his ravenous appetite had him pushing 350. ... Friends, though, found him difficult to crack open. There were things inside no one could get out. You learned to suppress your questions around him.

He had his burdens. His father died young. As she aged, his mother became crippled by arthritis. He cared for her, fetching her food and bathing her until her death."
__________
"Why did he die alone, no one knowing?

The Dude thought on that. “I don’t know, man,” he said. “I wish I could tell you. But I don’t know.”

On the televisions above the busy bar, a woman was promoting a cleaning product. In the dim light, Mr. Bertone emptied his drink. “You know, I miss him,” he said. “I would have liked to see George one more time. He was my friend. One more time.”

I am not there yet so have no worries about that.
I have not heard word one from Kathy since last Friday.
I think her living with Ratty Patty has influenced her but she was already mad at me for tossing her out.
She had said on the phone she was going to take her stuff up to Sacramento as some of it is  salvageable if cleaned but that was before I saw her last Friday.
I am taking BART and the bus on Friday up to Ratty Patty's to deliver Kathy's t-shirt to her that she ordered and to talk to her about getting her crap off my balcony.
If I don't hear from her soon it all goes in the dumpster. I am tired of the smell out there and will have to douse the balcony with Lysol and hot water and scrub it down.
Kathy when living on her own always made up with me after awhile. The evil Patty has probably decided to drive a wedge between us but it will backfire on Kathy and the ratty one as well  given that Patty has literally fucked Kathy over in many ways in the past and will do so in the future as well.
And then Kathy will have no one to fall back on having alienated the only person who gives a damn about her save one friend who is no position to help her given his health issues and that he has also had problems with Kathy over the years that I will not go into.
I have not cleaned up as much as I would like as I spent part of two days tossing out her crap and my lower back has been hurting because of the two falls I had. Periodically the pain flares up and if I sleep on the heating pad I am ok for the next day.
I have to go out on Friday to go get groceries and am pissed I have to spend money taking Amtrak while she gets the use of a car I paid for. I am going to stop paying for my half of the car insurance on the 30th if I don't hear from her. Kathy won't like that at all and I am certain she will show up here to tell me off.
Kathy after this ( except for things I said I would pay for like the gas cards) will never get a dime out of me again.
I've allowed her to move in with me 3 times in the past, spent thousands on her and have nothing to show for it but an attitude and disrespect and a trashed living room ( and a new bookcase ) which will be cleaned up after the convention.
On the bright side, my 2nd Ipad should arrive today and the dsl guy is supposed to come over here to increase my bandwith/speed so I can do things faster on the net.
And quit complaining ( not Gerry ) about my posting personal details in the past.
This IS my thread and I will post about whatever I choose but will be more reticent about it in the future.
One thing is that it is so much quieter IN my apartment now that she's gone. No more yelling or calling me an asshole and such and I got back my life and the use of my computer.
Not much of a life at times but ... :)

Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« Reply #25728 on: October 20, 2015, 05:04:11 PM »
Kathy already came and picked up her stuff. Why are you lying?


Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« Reply #25729 on: October 20, 2015, 05:17:15 PM »
Kathy already came and picked up her stuff. Why are you lying?


just fer giggles....


Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« Reply #25730 on: October 20, 2015, 06:01:45 PM »
I am taking BART and the bus on Friday up to Ratty Patty's to deliver Kathy's t-shirt to her that she ordered and to talk to her about getting her crap off my balcony.
If I don't hear from her soon it all goes in the dumpster. I am tired of the smell out there and will have to douse the balcony with Lysol and hot water and scrub it down.

You're taking BART and a bus to deliver a t-shirt to Kathy?  Interesting.  And Kathy's stuff is outside on the balcony and it smells bad?  What did it smell like when it was inside your apartment?

BTW, take your iPad with you so Ratty Patty can see the Kathy's Korner video wherein you and Kathy accuse her of committing unspeakable crimes against Kathy.


Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« Reply #25731 on: October 20, 2015, 06:04:27 PM »
Hey Falkie, why don't you just mail Kathy the t-shirt? If you have face to face contact you might get horny and want to take her back.

Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« Reply #25732 on: October 20, 2015, 06:08:46 PM »
You're taking BART and a bus to deliver a t-shirt to Kathy?  Interesting.  And Kathy's stuff is outside on the balcony and it smells bad?  What did it smell like when it was inside your apartment?

BTW, take your iPad with you so Ratty Patty can see the Kathy's Korner video wherein you and Kathy accuse her of committing unspeakable crimes against Kathy.
It might not be wise to confront Ratty Patty at this time. She might have already brainwashed Kathy. If so it would be 2 against 1 and it wouldn't be on Falkies turf.

Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« Reply #25733 on: October 20, 2015, 06:55:19 PM »

I got back my life and the use of my computer.
Not much of a life at times but ... :)
You don't have a life. Sitting in front of a computer making crappy youtube videos is not a life.

Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« Reply #25734 on: October 20, 2015, 08:18:32 PM »

I am taking BART and the bus on Friday up to Ratty Patty's to deliver Kathy's t-shirt to her that she ordered and to talk to her about getting her crap off my balcony.



WTF? Falkie, there are these amazing inventions called "the mail" and the "phone system". You're just looking for excuses to be with her. If that's the case, then quit bitching and moaning about her. Either shit or get off the toilet.

Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« Reply #25735 on: October 20, 2015, 08:35:28 PM »

Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« Reply #25736 on: October 20, 2015, 08:44:59 PM »
Yeah, but how many videos does she "create?"

She posts them as "TheCroneFromBuffalo" but she hasn't put up a new one in weeks. Lazy old bitch.

Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« Reply #25737 on: October 20, 2015, 08:48:59 PM »
I love this forum way more than I should...I haven't even been here that long, but the great senses of humor of the folks here, the Noory-Bashing, the vile premrats (!), and the comedy one-upmanship pretty much made me adore you people. But just scanning the BASICS of this Falkie situation has me marooned on LV-426 THINKING:



Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« Reply #25738 on: October 20, 2015, 09:03:31 PM »
I'll just leave this here.

http://www.wgrz.com/story/life/2015/10/19/unstoppable-100-year-old-works-6-days-week/74251790/
What's your point?  She does not have a sore knee- so she is able to work to support those who are unable to work for medical reasons.

Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« Reply #25739 on: October 20, 2015, 09:08:20 PM »
I love this forum way more than I should...I haven't even been here that long, but the great senses of humor of the folks here, the Noory-Bashing, the vile premrats (!), and the comedy one-upmanship pretty much made me adore you people. But just scanning the BASICS of this Falkie situation has me marooned on LV-426 THINKING: