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#1
Quote from: Morgus on February 20, 2021, 12:35:48 AM
Tonight Noory has old Lionel Fanthorpe as his guest.
That means Noory will of course have to ask Lionel to tell the story of "Springheeled Jack" for the thousandth time again!

I've always liked Fanthorpe's voice. An interesting take would be to have George Knapp  take the Fanthorpe interview helm for a welcomed change.

It is ironic that Noory asked Fanthorpe about déjà vu - then forced us and Fanthorpe to experience the Spring Heeled Jack story.

Again.

And again.

And again.
#2
Quote from: WOTR on January 22, 2021, 01:23:48 AM
I enjoyed your rant, Cam. Too bad it's removed.

Whatever you decide to do- don't place the now dead radio under a floorboard. ;)
I value your opinion WOTR. Thank you.

After posting the rant I felt like I was trolling, which was not my intent. Just frustrated. Quayle is all over the map. He regurgitates an unbelievable amount of fringe material.

Usually, I derive entertainment from the guests, whether I agree with a guest or not.

But what DID make me laugh was your tell tale quip.  Such good comedic relevance to my uncontrolled rant.

So here it is, if anyone wishes to witness a record of my minor meltdown as filtered through a Raven-laced haze:


More words of wisdom from that old crotch goat Peter Breggin.

Ludicrous. Ridiculous. Irrelevant 84 year old dickhead. A voice like Morgus, but he's certainly no Morgus.

(Recall Morgus's BRILLIANT "speed of dark" routine! HAHAHAHAHAHA!)

Fuck Breggin. The mother ~fucking~ turnip head.

And here comes lil' Steve Quayle.

Radio is already melting.

Sucks so much that I  must listen.  He is going full blown Bible talk.

Art spinning in his grave like a luciferian fishing lure.

(shaking head)

Violent urges to bash radio are successfully tamped down.  But it mocks me. Fucking piece of shit mocks me with a blue LED smirk.

Embrace the imbecilic bullshit that is Steve Quayle.  Life is suffering.

Thank you, Steve, for accelerating my karma.

Fuck face douche bag.

Ian Punnet dressing you down STILL sticks in your craw, doesn't it? It was pretty embarrassing wasn't it? I was there, you self righteous deluded asshole.

I may not make it thru the whole interview.

Other than that, feeling pretty cozy.

Fucking Steven Quayle.

Quayle will be dead and dust for 5,000 years and Jesus will still not have returned.

A two thousand year track record cannot be ignored.

Sorry, Stevie.

BTW, it sounds like your lips are partially glued together. WTF is up with that?

The spit is spectacular.

Say it. Don't spray it.

Ya fookin' ijit.

(Bashing radio with a bust of Pallas Athena. Sorry to steal your thunder, Mr. Poe.)

#3
Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory's Cleaned Slate
January 04, 2021, 04:25:29 AM
Noory admitting bellgab is on his ongoing dance card rates very high in The Book Of Cam. (T.B.O.C.)

All of Noory's future broadcasting sins -  occurring in the year out of our gourd 2021 - are hereby absolved and covered in Sangria blend coffee from the Automat Mercy Urn Coffee dispenser.

No complaints from me about Noory this year.

He didn't have to mention bellgab.

But he did.

And it counts.

(Sending a shout out to Lonevoice if she glides through. Obviously.)
#4
13) THE BOOK OF ABRAMELIN (circa A.D. 1458)
by Abramelin von Worms

revised & expanded edition
Ibis Press (2015)

Complied & Edited by Georg Dehn
Translated by Steven Guth
Foreword by Lon Milo DuQuette

I have been working with this edition for eighteen months. I never trusted the Mathers edition, though it is well thumbed.

Wisely or not, I scheduled  the year and a half  process to purposely  culminate on the Full Moon, October 31, 2020.

Holy Guardian Angel, come quickly.
Guide my hand.

The tattoo gun dispenses wormwood ink.

Eternal scene in green.

I AM.

Amen.




#5
Random Topics / Re: Dextre
October 31, 2020, 12:15:02 AM
Quote from: Hog on October 28, 2020, 08:17:23 AM
Showtime confirmed that Hall would reprise his role of Dexter Morgan in a 10-episode limited series.

Spatter away!

https://deadline.com/2020/10/dexter-showtime-reboot-limited-michael-c-hall-clyde-phillips-1234597514/

peace
Hog

As I promised on April 30, 2016 in my "storefront":

The Camazotz Automat Storefront - Walpurgisnacht Mode

« Reply #8 on: April 30, 2016, 02:10:01 PM »


" I would kill to see this song used as a soundtrack behind a pivotal abduction and table kill scene/sequence when Dexter returns.

( You didn't know he was returning?  It may be a while, but I assure you.  Patience.  It's being written as we speak. )"


https://bellgab.com/index.php?topic=382.msg796338#msg796338
#6
Quote from: Silphion on October 29, 2020, 11:50:31 PM
"Frank Lloyd Wright had a connection with another eccentric architect â€" Sir Bertram Clough Williams-Ellis, creator of the Portmeirion village near Porthmadog. Although born in England, Williams-Ellis’ family claimed direct descent from Owain Gwynedd, Prince of North Wales. Frank Lloyd Wright visited Wales in 1956 to receive an honorary doctorate from Bangor University. He stayed with the creator of Portmeirion, Sir Clough Williams Ellis, whose work in Portmeirion Wright admired greatly."
Source: Paul Dicken - Frank Lloyd Wright: The Welsh Connection

To be a fly on the wall during that visit is like said fly witnessing H. R. Giger's stay with Salvador Dali.

Priceless fly time. Heh.
#7
Quote from: Silphion on October 29, 2020, 09:25:04 PM
Half of one, six dozen of another - the way the world really works.

Especially in The Village.

http://www.sixofone.org.uk/

#8
12) NAKED CAME THE FLORIDA MAN (2020)
by Tim Dorsey


#9
11) NO SUNSCREEN FOR THE DEAD (2019)
By Tim Dorsey

#10
Quote from: Uncle Duke on October 28, 2020, 08:19:14 PM
She got a green card and half his military retirement and went on her way.

And probably a half ton of red-cased VHS Remote Viewing Course tapes that Ed just hasn't been able to let go.
#11
Quote from: Uncle Duke on October 21, 2020, 12:10:07 PM
Overlooking the fact Prince Philip is a renowned racist and major loon, his statement is correct.  I've talked to many people who've traveled to China and heard story after story about animals offered in markets, restaurants, and especially street vendors.  Seemingly nothing was/is off limits. 

A very good friend of mine was sent to China by his employer, a major US food conglomerate, to lay ground work for the opening of a production facility.  One evening his Chinese hosts insisted he go out to dinner with them.  They took him to a place that was more menagerie than restaurant, and he said the stench was overwhelming as soon as he stepped out of the car.  There was no menu, just dozens of cages and tanks from which he was to select his entree.  He saw rats, monkeys, bats, pangolins (which he'd never heard of), eels, insects, etc.  He went with a chicken, which was duly delivered to his table completely intact, including a number of singed feathers.  He couldn't bring himself to eat a single bite.  The combination of the presentation of his meal, the stench, and the glee with which his Chinese hosts happily consumed rodents and something resembling fox was too much for him.

Yikes.

Well if/when China is full blown sci-fi capable, as Dr MD MD points out, maybe they can 3D print realistic meat from plant proteins and forego these events that make me think of the Indiana Jones monkey brains scene and Jabba the Hutt's quick live snack bowl.

#12
Quote from: ItsOver on October 21, 2020, 05:19:47 AM
I can see this guy brought back from the dead...



Just to play this guy...





Hah!

Is that Ian's wife? She's certainly attractive. Kind of has a Sondra Locke thing going on. Maybe Ian should consider getting more into a Clint Eastwood Dirty Harry frame of physical conditioning to do her justice and a little less Comicon ready.  ;)

Pump some iron, Ian!

You'll be glad you did.
#13
Quote from: ItsOver on October 21, 2020, 05:26:05 AM
Ha!



“You’re the ninth caller!  I know cause I just used mah fingers and never got to mah toes!”

That's up-to-date Noory. Literally "digital."

Heh heh.

#14
Quote from: Dr. MD MD on October 21, 2020, 12:06:18 PM
My point is that all that crazy, sci-fi shit is technically possible now. It’s probably better to deal with it head on rather than with dismissive hand waving and eyerolling at this point. ;)

If China is able to create an army of George Noorys, we are absolutely screwed, blued, and dragon-inked tattooed.

;D
#15
Quote from: Uncle Duke on October 21, 2020, 05:37:14 AM
Another wackjob guest I would have loved to have heard Punnett interview.  I doubt he would have handled this character with kid gloves like he did octogenarian Paul Hellyer in a short segment a month or so back.

I remember those kid gloves that night!

Regarding guests in general, usually, the crazier they are, the higher the potential for entertainment, and also, rarely, opening my eyes to some interesting speculation.  But Snore's latest formula of 1st guest political and 2nd guest a female New Ager he seems to have a thing for, has burned me out.

I'm suffering from Noor-spore poisoning.

No vaccine. Treatment is to skip several Noorby episodes, even if guest sounds entertaining. As IO might say, I am severely limiting my exposure to woo woo.

#16
Quote from: Dr. MD MD on October 21, 2020, 08:01:57 AM
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/CRISPR

I kept waiting for Noire to mention China creating American duplicates in this episode of The Outer Limits, but he is more apt to cite The Twilight Zone.

Scene from The One Hundred Days of the Dragon:


#17
Quote from: Gyoza Girl on October 21, 2020, 02:42:37 AM
Just once I wish George would tell one of his crackpot guests, "I don't want to hear any of that rubbish," like the New Zealand journalist Tova O'Brien.

For most of the day, the first-half guest was listed as "TBA," so I guess George really did scrape the barrel.

I think many of us, even the at times rabid anti noorites like myself, would smile if he showed a little spine and took a logical stance. The only guest that comes to mind is Sylvia Brown. She got under his skin when caught dead wrong (heh) about some non-dead persons. Noory has brought her up several times, like a torch of truth, to prove C2C  may have some "out there" guests, but Sylvia went too far!

(insert barking mad laughter)

I used to enjoy skewering Noory, but it seems he is much worse lately. All the pat responses, the "ah-hahs!", "interesting take," et al.

It is so painful lately that I might have to retreat into a Knapp only mode, with occasional Ian and Syrett.

Life is too short to listen to a mustached puppet possessing a Messianic complex.

Art made open lines a THING, a living thread that he could jerk or play out or slowly reel in.

Noory taking calls is like listening to radio DJs awarding KTXQ 102 t-shirts and bumper stickers to the ninth caller.

"You're on the air!"

Shoot me.


#18
Quote from: Gyoza Girl on October 20, 2020, 11:42:45 PM
That guest lost me when he said poor people in China eat human babies.

He lost me the moment he spoke. He sounded like Dames wearing braces made of fishing lures.

Fucking irritating.

And batshit crazy saying China is 4 years away from creating duplicates of U S citizens for nefarious purposes.

Then bragged he himself could do that as well? 

Said he studied martial arts. Noory asked ""You mean Kung Fu?"

Guest said "no, more the internal kind."

My Chinese Kempo Kung Fu sensai rolled over in his grave.

That really took me back to the electric blue training mat. Blood. Sweat. Tears.

Rubber stamping a dragon seal on your belt certificate.

Very Matrix. Or not.

Coast is scraping lower and lower and ever fucking lower.

Amazing really.
#19
Quote from: Morgus on October 20, 2020, 11:44:31 PM
Ian Punnett is the guest on c2cam right now with Noory hosting.
Ian is claiming we need millennials to take over for the boomers.
Would be funny if Mike the Millennial calls in to Ian and gets more of his recommendations... :)

Fingers crossed.

Meanwhile, Ian compared Noory to Moses.

Color me thusly:


#20
LET YOUR EXCITED HEART GIVE AWAY ITS BIGGEST SECRET TODAY

No. I would not do this to my worst enemy. It would cause every signed up member here to be profiled, hacked, and deep checked by the NSA, the ***, and the ****.

(Obviously, some of that would be redundant. You know who you are.)

But, also, the website owner's compound would be swarmed by hardcore Gov Issue MIB* with the misguided belief we had been exchanging bulk encrypted files via Proton.

Hardware would be seized. Gym memberships revoked.

At least thirteen unmarked black helicopters would electronically harass various bellnauts for eighteen months. Mostly a mindfuck bluff exorcism, but disconcerting. Helicopters carry a lot of psychic baggage. They are winged necromanteum mirrors of society.

(* Swarmed by real agents. Not swarmed by some whiney bitch Marines who got their feelers hurt when called out on the hypocrisy of their rap music's lyrics.)

Therefore, I will keep my biggest secret(s) and regift the fortune slip of paper to a cute little Sonic car hop named Jessica.

Maybe she will spill her guts and get us all killed/suicided.

But you can't pin it on me.

I'm just some dude getting a cheeseburger.
#21

Quote from: Camazotz Automat on October 20, 2020, 05:25:08 AM

(In a first draft, Poe had the Raven also whisper "We're hot as love," but struck it from the larva.)



Even if the casual bellnaut is intuiting the phantasmagorical ping-ponging between IO and myself, this larva business is obscure at be(a)st and is a blatant callback to the much much loved though much much less visited bellgab topic:

IBM Selectric Sightings

https://bellgab.com/index.php?topic=10403.30

You want explanations about larvae that can be struck?

You come to me.

#22
Quote from: ItsOver on October 20, 2020, 04:40:48 AM
I envision a minuscule drawer in this “hallowed” location for the Dave Norway Vault, with a dark bird perched outside chortling “Never more!”



"Wretch," I cried, "thy God hath lent theeâ€"by these angels he hath sent thee

Respiteâ€"respite and nepenthe, from thy memories of LeNoory;

Quaff, oh quaff this kind nepenthe and forget this lost LeNoory!"

               Quoth the Raven "Nevermorey."

(In a first draft, Poe had the Raven also whisper "We're hot as love," but struck it from the larva.)



#24

Quote from: ItsOver on October 17, 2020, 10:00:11 PM
It seems only fitting that whoever eventually takes Noory’s place should continue the Snorge tradition of making people “disappear,” by never mentioning Snorge and acting like he never existed.

I'm on pins and needles in anticipation of that wonderful new Aeon when Noory departs.

Just THINK of the wonderful GEORGE NOORY VAULT full of past golden episodes. Right there next to Art's vault.

Takes my breath away - like carbon monoxide in a closed flip door garage housing a running 1971 Plymouth 'Cuda.
#25
"The haunted doll trade on eBay."

Chilling!

Thankfully, our ace reporter - George Noory - is shedding light on this diabolical trafficking of humanoid figures.

Riveting, izzinit?

Wuzzinit?

Duzzinit?

#26
Random Topics / Re: Music
October 19, 2020, 08:46:11 PM
Interesting old cover by Jonathan Round of the classic Rolling Stones song. I realize I'm projecting a bit, since I am a fan of Iron Maiden, but I hear similarities in this guy's voice and Bruce Dickinson's vocals.

For optimal effect, examine Giger's painting while listening.

Very entertaining.

Halloween can't arrive soon enough.

Fuck 2020.




https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Rl9oLnGq7gI
#27

The gentler, lesser known,  gnostic Clint Eastwood, navigating The Gauntlet/Demiurge, here in I daresay, an archon anticipatory scene:

"Nag. Nag. Nag."



(His embodiment of the Christ essence (heh) is blatantly stated early on to the biker gang - from which he procures the critical two-wheeled ass to carry him and the Holy Whore forward to a lead-filled crucifixion followed by the golden finality of the "Nag. Nag. Nag." evocation, with Clint in a near deposition pose that would make Michaelangelo proud.)

111 seconds to create  analysis.


Admirable attempt, Hollywood.
#28
Random Topics / Re: Music
October 17, 2020, 11:27:39 AM
Treat yourself to some Thai.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=232om-AWkDo
#29
What we have here is a failure to communicate.

- Cool Hand Lucifer

#30
Quote from: Jackstar on October 06, 2020, 12:35:51 AM
Somehow, eight months ago, deep down in my bones, I knew--taking you off of my /ignore list would one day pay off handsomely. Kudos.

"Kudos."

(Vomitus Exordium & Terminus)

Next, this voyager of the dictionary will be sitting with his legs "akimbo."

(The most terrible lizard of them all: A fossilized Thesaurus.)

>-----Bang!----->

You're better than this.

I dreaded this fucking day of the display of such ragged colors.

You have arrived at your destination:
Kudos.

(setting keyboard aflame.)
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