George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium

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Can Noory pronounce anything correctly?

No
No

ItsOver

Great job, Uncle Thadeus!  You can rest now.


ziznak

Quote from: Gnoory on August 20, 2013, 10:39:24 PM
Who blames me for avoiding the lion's den until I was asked to pop in
asked??? go on George!! who asked you??

angels?

Im just messin with ya... so i take it you're gonna be as bored as we are with the guest tonight?  I myself am looking forward to your next two shows.  Tonight and last night were sleepers man.

SciFiAuthor

Quote from: Gnoory on August 20, 2013, 10:29:55 PM
Weaknesses:  Ive got my share.I need to stay focused with a guest who may not be ideal. rather than wander all over the place.

Thanks for the answer George. Good luck with tackling it. Next question, which might be a little more dicey. I have no idea what bumper music Art will use, but if he uses "The Chase", would you keep using it for C2C, or would you pick a whole new bumper music ensemble?

BTW, while I generally like your bumper music choices, actually better than Art's, John B. Wells wins over all of you. Good god does that guy find some obscure but excellent 70's prog music.

Roy Hinkley

Quote from: Gnoory on August 20, 2013, 10:41:55 PM
Maybe the greatest actor of his era, but not confirmed yet. He loves the show so....fingers crossed

1940's or 1950's?

SaucyRossy

Quote from: Gnoory on August 20, 2013, 10:41:55 PM
Maybe the greatest actor of his era, but not confirmed yet. He loves the show so....fingers crossed

Daniel Day Lewis?

Uhmmm
Deniro?
Eastwood?
Redford?

I consider them the greatest actors still alive.

Gnoory

John's on old DJ, I never was...he knows music.
All the current Coast music will stay, its a part of the show


The General

Quote from: Gnoory on August 20, 2013, 10:36:41 PM
A triology: two producers and me at any given time will book a guest and sometimes they are chipper during the day and dead at night
make it a prerequisite that they drink an energy drink.
Or drink a coffee.
or at least snort turmeric.


bateman

Quote from: SciFiAuthor on August 20, 2013, 10:44:09 PM
Thanks for the answer George. Good luck with tackling it. Next question, which might be a little more dicey. I have no idea what bumper music Art will use, but if he uses "The Chase", would you keep using it for C2C, or would you pick a whole new bumper music ensemble?

Art mentioned on Facebook that he won't be using it.

SciFiAuthor

Chicago dogs are truly great.

Ok George, when you're in LA, how on god's earth do you survive without St. Louis-style pizza?

bateman

Quote from: Gnoory on August 20, 2013, 10:47:08 PM
Saucy youre missing one lol

Paul Newman & Marlon Brando are dead.. Pacino maybe? James Caan? I don't have a clue.

Catsmile

Quote from: SciFiAuthor on August 20, 2013, 10:47:53 PM
Chicago dogs are truly great.

Ok George, when you're in LA, how on god's earth do you survive without St. Louis-style pizza?

DUH! Pizza rolls of course.

ziznak

for some reason when I hear you guys play that 80's and 70's stuff I picture how you may have looked back then... ya know? ...dressed in period attire and trolling the clubs for low hanging poon.  I know knapp used to put up mad numbers!!

bateman

Quote from: Gnoory on August 20, 2013, 10:45:58 PM
John's on old DJ, I never was...he knows music.
All the current Coast music will stay, its a part of the show

One request: please, for the love of turmeric, stop using that one smooth jazz song that sounds like Christmas music. It sounds like it came off a "Festive Tunes to Play in a Waiting Room" CD.

SaucyRossy

Quote from: Gnoory on August 20, 2013, 10:47:08 PM
Saucy youre missing one lol

Pacino for sure....Dustin Hoffman.....Michael Caine....Morgan Freeman.....uhmmmm I can go a little more obscure but still great actors.

I am obsessed with film.

SciFiAuthor

Quote from: bateman on August 20, 2013, 10:47:18 PM
Art mentioned on Facebook that he won't be using it.

I hadn't seen that. I sort of associate "The Chase" with Art, but at the same time I'm interested to see what else he's come up with. I either hated or liked his bumper music, there was no in between.

SaucyRossy

OH It has to be Morgan Freeman...I mean he does that awesome show on TV and all....he'd have something to promote.


Roy Hinkley

Quote from: ziznak on August 20, 2013, 10:49:25 PM
for some reason when I hear you guys play that 80's and 70's stuff I picture how you may have looked back then... ya know? ...dressed in period attire and trolling the clubs for low hanging poon.  I know knapp used to put up mad numbers!!


SaucyRossy

Quote from: SciFiAuthor on August 20, 2013, 10:51:15 PM
I hadn't seen that. I sort of associate "The Chase" with Art, but at the same time I'm interested to see what else he's come up with. I either hated or liked his bumper music, there was no in between.

Yeah he said he had a better song idea, he said he chose the chase and the thunder claps during the time period he started the show and if he used them in his new show he would be accused of copying (which is utterly sad if you think about it) but I trust Art to blow us away with the music selections.

SciFiAuthor

Quote from: SaucyRossy on August 20, 2013, 10:51:02 PM
Pacino for sure....Dustin Hoffman.....Michael Caine....Morgan Freeman.....uhmmmm I can go a little more obscure but still great actors.

I am obsessed with film.

Oooh Morgan Freeman would be a good interview. He's got a lot of depth and interest in science and sci fi. He optioned Asimov's Foundation Trilogy some years ago, but couldn't make it work and it went into development hell.

Quote from: Gnoory on August 20, 2013, 10:41:55 PM
Maybe the greatest actor of his era, but not confirmed yet. He loves the show so....fingers crossed

Well at least that rules out Chevy Chase.

Spinner

Now THIS is a post:

Quote from: (Not) George Noory on August 19, 2013, 11:38:31 PM
These trolls on here using bad words are disgraceful when all I'm trying to do here is be honest and improve. But, being the magnanimous, great man that I am I can also see the other side of the coin. I wouldn't be the fantastic and humble George Noory if I couldn't, now would I?

Ya see, there are those people who used to listen to the show in the distant, mist-shrouded past. It was a more innocent time known as the 1990s. Long before many of the ass-kissers, er, I mean, my fans here were even aware that the show existed.

Back then a person, let's call him the listener, might have been driving down a deserted road in the Mojave Desert late at night.  The summer night sky ablaze with stars , the hot desert wind blowing in through the open windows. Everything is perfect. He's waiting. 10pm approaches. Then he hears it. The music on the radio. Midnight Express. And his brain starts salivating because it knows it's in for 5 hours of delicious mind-candy. Then comes the voice. It's an intelligent, no-nonsense voice that drips with experience and professionalism. It's Art Bell. And for the next 5 hours the listener gets an interview that keeps his ears glued to the radio. He doesn't want to miss a word of it.  Bell asks the questions the listener would ask. He gets the answers to the questions the listener wouldn't think of. Bell isn't a sounding board. He is a participant in a conversation. The listener is never left wanting. Bell pursues the topic like a terrier after a rat. He explores the topic. He delves. He digs. He grabs the topic by the scruff of its neck and he kicks it in the ass. He beats the living shit out of that topic. He wrings it dry and when the show is over the listener is satisfied. He's spent. Bell has just made 5 hours seem like 2. The listener has been entertained and in those 5 hours of show not one stupid, inane, tasteless comment has been uttered by Art Bell. NOT ONE!

But then something happens. It can't be true but it is. Art Bell is quitting. No, they said. This is the end of the midnight mind candy, they said. Who could possibly take his place? Who? But Art assures them that the show will be placed in capable hands because his successor "gets it". Thank God, they said. If Art Bell endorses his replacement then he must be good. All is well but who is this man who will step into Bell's shoes? The man's name is George Noory. WHO, they said?

Well, it seemed to start out O.K.. He seemed to be trying but something was missing. They said he just needs a little more time to find the groove. Yeah, that's it. A little more time and he'll be fine. It wasn't to be.  It became clear that Noory was out of his depth. He just went from bad to worse. Surely this Noory will do the honorable thing and quit, they said. Surely the people who hired him will see what we see, too, they cried. But either they couldn't see or they just didn't care. Inexplicable. The nightmare has continued now for lo these 12 long years with no end in sight.

This man Noory, this imposter,  told all the listeners from the beginning that he would uphold the high standard set by Bell but it wasn't true.  Oh, he knew it wasn't true when he said it. He knew he wasn't up to the task but his self-interest was all that mattered to him. Noory took a show about which millions of people had very personal feelings and he wiped his ass with it. The show just deteriorated from the get go. Year after year getting worse and worse. The true fans becoming angrier and angrier at this upstart, this nobody, this ... fake. This Noory didn't have a clue nor did he care to find one. Not only did he wallow in his mediocrity, he decided to embrace it. Noory ate Bell's show to its bones. Now it is nothing more than an infomercial populated by annoyingly stupid guests, helmed by an uncaring, lazy, poorly educated, inappropriate fool.

So maybe the people here who are so shocked that someone would ridicule me should stop and consider that it isn't simply my incompetence to which they object but that it is the fact that I destroyed something that was important to them simply to satisfy my own greed and self-interest. Ridicule is all I deserve, at this point.

But I sure want to thank all the star-stuck ass-kissers, er, I mean my fans here that I care so much about for trying to help me improve the show. You know, the show that I've had 12 years to improve but haven't. Your brainless gullibility, er I mean, willingness to help amazes me. I love it.

Hey, have I ever mentioned that I spent 9 years in the Navy?

Just brilliant.

SnapT

George, have you seen the new cartoon on Fox called AXE COP?  He looks just like you!



You should play him in the live-action movie!

(You can watch all the episodes on Hulu: http://www.hulu.com/axe-cop )

SaucyRossy

Yeah it's gotta be Morgan Freeman, he's a great guy, I got to meet him and Michael Caine on the set of a recent film....probably one of the coolest days in my life ever.


SaucyRossy

Oh and George just so you know, after watching the video clip of Lori Toye there is NO WAY in hell I will listen to her.

I personally can't stand the overload of new age soft talking people on your show that state completely general bs about peace and mystical masters that no one but them or people like them can connect to.

The ONLY guest that I will listen to (and I'd listen for 5-8 hours of him) talk about this subject is Graham Hancock, because he is straight forward, knowledgable, and just plain cool as fuck.


Also Lyme disease outbreak in the first hour ? Good god, talk about a double bill of boring.
George Knapp did a show on sunday about Alien Virus's that was just perfect.

SciFiAuthor

Quote from: SaucyRossy on August 20, 2013, 10:55:17 PM
Yeah it's gotta be Morgan Freeman, he's a great guy, I got to meet him and Michael Caine on the set of a recent film....probably one of the coolest days in my life ever.

I'd love to meet Freeman. I always seem to attract the weirdest famous people if I happen to get to meet one. I was on a plane next to Chuck Norris once and broke the ice after I drank a few by saying "You inch over your arm rest into my space, and I'm gonna kick your ass all over this plane." I weigh no more than a buck fifty. LOL. He laughed boisterously and I had a great conversation with him.

SaucyRossy

Quote from: SciFiAuthor on August 20, 2013, 11:03:44 PM
I'd love to meet Freeman. I always seem to attract the weirdest famous people if I happen to get to meet one. I was on a plane next to Chuck Norris once and broke the ice after I drank a few by saying "You inch over your arm rest into my space, and I'm gonna kick your ass all over this plane." I weigh no more than a buck fifty. LOL. He laughed boisterously and I had a great conversation with him.

You challenged Chuck Norris and lived to tell the tale.

The internets can't handle this.....

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