Started by sillydog, April 06, 2008, 04:15:35 PM
Quote from: EvB on December 13, 2008, 11:33:23 AMLike I said - I didn't hear it. That dosn't mean it didn't happen. I've disagreed with Ian before - on his own blog. (Not because I didn't want you all to see it - but because I hoped HE would) As for decorum - I agree you have shown all any of us expect - perhaps more - and you are (though it goes without saying) entitled. What I will say is that I've heard him loose his temper in ways that bothered me - though nothing to the degree you describe. So, I don't doubt you. I'd just have to hear it myself to know how it stuck me.And, odd as it may sound, I'm glad you aren't the sort who would let my pro-Punnett proclivities to censor you!
QuoteWhat I'm saying is "I can't believe the word freedom isn't trademarked yet, or maybe "Bash Ian Punnett? Really?". It's like hating that nerdy little fat kid down the street that hangs out with your little brother, and won't turn in to John Wayne Gacy for another 26 years.
Quote from: PhantasticSanShiSan on December 13, 2008, 09:52:55 AMA real "American" fights for freedom so that EVERYONE can exercise those freedoms, especially the people who piss you off. If it's conditional, then it's not "American", so you're fighting for something else.
Quote from: Centurion73 on December 13, 2008, 04:14:07 PMThat was my point irregardless of what may or may not have been said Mr. Tillman was there for all and Ian saying he would not fight for (g)od or country was and is a slap in the face of all of us who have served or do serve. I am a former Marine, I am against the war always have always will. I will go so others do not, I will fight so others wont have to or so anyone else may die. I will, have, and still do fight for the rights of all religious or not to disagree, to oppose, I will NOT however, ever, ever, let any service member brother or sister be belittled in death. Easy to be 3000 miles away by air and make a statement, an assumption because another persons blood, family, has bought them that safety.I wish not to offend the people on this forum as it is not my style and I find everyone here has or seems to have a mutual respect for others that is rare indeed. I thank all whom have commented and even if my words seem terse I respect the comments they have made and the time that they have spent regarding the issue that is a testament to their integrity, thank you all.
QuoteI wish not to offend the people on this forum as it is not my style and I find everyone here has or seems to have a mutual respect for others that is rare indeed.
QuoteI mean, it's only Ian Punnett man. You've already shown your guts.
Quote from: PhantasticSanShiSan on December 13, 2008, 04:26:37 PMNah, I don't think you are offending anyone. The problem that sucks for soldiers is that they are defending the right for people to say whatever they want, and that is gonna include that kind of talk about military people. You know why? Cause everything under the sun (for the most part) is gonna be said in the name of free speech. Whatever anyone's reason for choosing that type of service, something Ian Punnett says should not rattle them. I mean, it's only Ian Punnett man. You've already shown your guts.
Quote from: EvB on December 12, 2008, 07:21:50 PMNever heard anything like that - but then I'm not one who listens to every word. Most people here know that I'm a defender of (almost) all things Punnett - so forgive me when I say I think you've gone way off the deep end here. Let me know if you need a life raft.
QuoteGet on Youtube and find the Punfart-Quayle volley, Punfart's ego got ahold of him and he thought he'd trash Quayle...bad mistake on his part because Quayle came back and Unloaded on that Fat Little Prick with Both Barrels
Quote from: EvB on December 13, 2008, 10:36:37 PMAH! Well now this one I DID hear and this, I think, will show a major difference in your and my POV. I think Quayle was pandering the usual and ever-popular doom and gloom - and Punnett was asking him to have a diologe - which, Quayle, used to George's toady ways - was completely unwilling, and in fact IMHO, unable to do.
QuoteIan did applogize - after Quayle, (I'm guessing here) went crying to the powers that be becuase he was actually challnged (HORRORS!) - for me and mine - it was completly unessisary. I did and do applaud Ian's willingness to challenge "The Great and Powerful Quayle"
Quote"Worse than any science fiction anyone, anywhere could imagine" ?!?!??!! PUH-LEEZE!!!
QuoteTell me - are you also a disciple of Majorette Dames?
Quote from: Boomer on December 14, 2008, 12:59:17 AM Ya...Ok...lol
Quote from: Boomer on December 14, 2008, 12:59:17 AM I'll have to go back and see...I don't remember any apology
Quote from: Boomer on December 14, 2008, 12:59:17 AM Whats a bitch is when all the "doom and gloom" comes to fruition...got a job yet?...read the newpapers?...hows the 401k...still got it?...what happened in Iceland?...whats goin on in Greece tonite?...the Feds have closed 25 Banks this year so far...have they closed yours yet? Try this link on for size http://www.reuters.com/article/InvestmentOutlook09/idUSTRE4BA5CO20081211 If that doesn't get it done for ya try this one http://www.urbansurvival.com/week.htm
Quote from: Boomer on December 14, 2008, 12:59:17 AM Spare me...cant you do better than that.
QuoteWho slapped Ian's pee-pee (please insert Noory joke here in your response) does Ian really need c2c, did he sell out, sell his soul to the devil you may say? All he does now is read the same script Noory does he had ideals once but with Captain Noory at the helm of USS c2c it appears as Ian has been dry docked.
Quote from: Frys Girl on December 16, 2008, 09:36:25 AMI'm thinking of getting stream link again to listen to Punnett. Im kinda late coming on to his show, as my weekends are weird. But I caught some of the Koontz interview and I think his show topics are usually good. He's a little bit of a religious nut but I can't tell if he's kidding?? I don't know much about this guy, except he needs to stop wearing those glasses on his wikipedia page pic.
Quote from: broruss on December 16, 2008, 09:28:23 AMOn a recent show I heard Ian say that a listener had requested that Ian take a photo of himself wearing his clerical collar and sitting on his vintage Vespa. I was expecting Ian to politely say that the request was a little silly, or that he would feel a little self-indulgent (and/or look like a tool) posting a picture of himself like that.Instead, Ian said (with no sarcasm in his voice whatsoever) that he would post a photo like that soon. Ian then went on to enthuse about his Vespa, saying that if Batman had a Vespa, it would look like this one.On another recent show Ian announced that he had a surgical procedure done to restore his hairline.Ian is a far better host than Noory, but the more Ian tells us about himself, the less I like him. He seems like sort of a soft, pudgy, aging fanboy with a trust fund, who compulsively tries to prop up his masculinity with random Tourette's like references to the day's sports events.Give Ian another year or so and he may develop full-blown Noory Syndrome, characterized by attention deficit disorder, strokemouth, increasingly random and irrelevant personal anecdotes, and a generally inflated sense of his own place in the universe. (Wait... I think he's already there, except for the strokemouth).
QuoteSave your money unless you want to talk about comic books and god with Ian.
Quote from: Centurion73 on December 16, 2008, 09:49:04 AMWish I could say it was an act but it's not, he is not a little bit of a nut he is a whole lot of one, he is so nutty that Squirrels follow him around. He is a religious, pompous, pius, ass. What, you don't like Butters Punnett's glasses, I mean cmon his mom helped pick those out, she always said Ian was special. Save your money unless you want to talk about comic books and god with Ian.
QuoteHe is well into stage 3 of Noorettes disease,
Quote from: EvB on December 16, 2008, 10:31:49 AMThe Koontz interview was fun. The two seem to like each other - and were having a good time.
Quote from: PhantasticSanShiSan on December 16, 2008, 10:40:56 AMI'm glad you liked it. I was actually looking kind of forward to listening to it, and found it quite shite, and much too tame. The rapport and banter did keep me listening, but it was just such a shallow type of interview, and it highlighted the reasons while I can't get into Koontz' writing style - Petting Zoo Thriller / Chou-puff Suspense.
Quote from: EvB on December 16, 2008, 10:31:49 AMWhat I honestly don't understand is why people get so hostile about Ian's religion and clergy status. His church (the same denomination I attend - when I do) is a very liberal one. While he's interested in all things biblical - I've never heard him shove it down others throats or even imply that he has much investment in "conversion" of others.
Quote from: EvB on December 16, 2008, 10:37:41 AMOkay- THAT is funny! I don't have to agree to be amused Tell me - how many stages does Noorettes disease have?
Quote from: Centurion73 on December 16, 2008, 04:46:36 PM. Yes, Phantastic Butters is the man and it would be better if the character of Butters too over for both of these mooks.
Quote from: PhantasticSanShiSan on December 16, 2008, 05:10:46 PMButters & Cartman hosting C2C. Imagine. Even one South Park episode would be awesome.
Quote from: Centurion73 on December 16, 2008, 05:25:01 PMThat statement of idea should end this thread, that is brilliant and funny on so many levels. However, why kill an interesting thread, the following sums it up rather nicely and has appeared to me to be oh so true.I like your Christ, I do not like your christians. Your christians are so unlike your Christ.Mohandas Gandhi