Started by Rix Gins, July 16, 2020, 02:36:36 PM
Quote from: Tapkaara on August 14, 2015, 10:36:30 PMI love how Arctic Chaga makes medical claims then say that it makes no medical claims. Just a thought.
Quote from: Tarbaby on October 27, 2013, 08:14:15 AMI think people basically operate at the level of fear (of deprivation) and satiation (seek pleasure). Over this core is a thin veneer of civility, reason and logical thinking. But the majority are not capable of abstract thought, cannot exceed a 12-yr old mentality and cannot read above a 6th grade level. Consequently people are, en masse, vulnerable to suggestion (because we are primarily xenophobic and prone to violence). So its not surprising to see case after case of conspiracy theory spawning and spreading like virii. Human nature.
Quote from: techogre on May 21, 2011, 12:23:43 PMNo mater what happened, please report in this thread!Here is my report:I am agnostic, so I was surprised to see an angel flutter at my window. Then it yelled "You were wrong about Science being an extension of the divine and God evolving along with humanity! Where's Your Science Now?!?!", and then it flipped me the bird and fluttered off.
Quote from: Teh PeNgu1n oF dOOm on May 05, 2016, 12:04:17 AMWhen I do scientific investigations I am always blocked by having to wait for my documents to dry. I need to work on that, and keep my documents away from liquids. It is so frustrating.
Quote from: akwilly on May 05, 2016, 12:08:02 AMMaybe you shouldn't do you're scientific investigations in the bath tub.
Quote from: KnyeGuy on July 13, 2010, 06:30:55 PMDoes NASA really DO anything space related anymore? I hate to agree with anything Richard C says, but I have to concur with his position regarding their incompetence/uselessness.
Quote from: teloscaylos on July 13, 2010, 09:04:13 PMNASA was in the precess of going back to the moon, and, ultimately, build permanent settlements there (as a launching point for Mars, etc). However, now, under the Obama paradigm, we'll need to hitch a ride with the Russians in order to reach the space station. Will NASA, under the current administration, create a new "shuttle"? It looks doubtful as Obama wants to "privatize" space which will go the way of his "green shoots" I have little doubt.The NASA budget was only 18.7 billion for an entire year, Goldman Sachs could locate that much money between the cushions of their "bailed out" sofa.
Quote from: TequilaMB on October 23, 2013, 04:09:16 PMListening to Art BellDrinking coffee from my new Art Bell mugHearing my children laughMy dogsA well made documentaryGood biographiesReally cold beer on the first hot day of summerFinally paying off a debtSomeone being kind to someone else just because they want toAccomplishing in one day everything I set out to do that dayPlaying Grand Theft Auto V Online with my grown son who lives out of stateSeeing the first snow of the year (just the first, after that I've had enough)The rare day when I don't HAVE to do anythingLive Grateful Dead recordingsTrying to learn not to worry so much and letting things go
Quote from: texaskdog on July 10, 2011, 08:39:59 AMAce Frehley is awesome. I won't go to a Kiss show with fake Ace
Quote from: thared33 on July 20, 2015, 12:50:45 AMHey guys, there was this song during a break... it had a creepy organ, then came in with a rock band with a string section. Anyone know what was?
Quote from: phrodo on July 20, 2015, 12:53:49 AMNeil Diamond - Crunchy Granola Suite
Quote from: The Alcoholic on April 13, 2016, 09:19:39 AMSynthetic Mescaline (cacti makes me too nauseous) > LSD.I mean I feel like mescaline is much more calm and interconnected and less calculating than LSD. I always feel at peace with things, the world, people around me. I also think the visuals are stunning. LSD visuals are more erratic and geometric while mescaline is more fractal and curvy.
Quote from: The Anarchist on August 06, 2016, 02:30:11 AMSaw Art yesterday, he was coming out of a Petco w cat scratch fever so I asked him why he banned me for life from C2C. He said, "Because I could asshole!" Then he bummed my last cigarette and asked me for a light...
Quote from: The Coincidence Kid on January 14, 2014, 09:57:10 AMArt killed Wolfman Jack with a trident.
Quote from: The General on August 21, 2010, 05:14:22 PMGold's long-term track record is really bad. The average lifetime annual growth of gold is only 2.14%. All of the money made by investing in gold has been since 2001.This from Jeremy Siegel's book "Stocks for the Long Run"..... One dollar invested in bonds in 1801 would yield $13,975 today. One dollar invested in stocks in 1801 would be worth $8.8 million today. One dollar invested in gold in 1801 would be worth $14 today.
Quote from: The King of Kings on December 16, 2015, 12:27:49 AMThis guest.my sides.I was be a slave.If they open the lines I am going to call in and sing some slave spiritual hymns with him.
Quote from: Coz on December 16, 2015, 12:30:40 AMSwing low..... sweet chariot....
Quote from: Dick Grinder on December 15, 2015, 10:24:57 PMI've long thought 'I am the Walrus' is the most drug-inspired song ever recorded.
Quote from: The Kraken on December 19, 2015, 03:07:01 PMActually John Lennon said he wrote that song because he hated how everyone was trying to analyze his music so he decided to write a song that made no sense and watch everyone try to figure out what it meant.
Quote from: TheMan WhoFell ToEarth on November 20, 2013, 12:20:39 AM"Dr" Jonathon Reed - Charlatan"Dr" Steven Greer - CharlatanIt was a rough first week on DM.
Quote from: Rix Gins on July 17, 2020, 02:41:17 AMHere is Art's very first post, way back on February 2, 2012.
Quote from: Art Bell on February 02, 2012, 11:13:54 PMHi there, I thought it would be ok to stop in here and say hi from the High Desert! I have had so many peoplesend me links in email that refer to a post on this site. All is well with the Bell Family and we aredoing just fine in Pahrump. As far as Retirement is concerned it has been great having time with my Family and my Hobby. I havelearned to "never say never" but I am enjoying life. If any of you are Hams please feel free to join us on Echolink at W6OBB-L I would be happy to try and answer any reasonable questions any of you may have. Art
Quote from: malachi.martini on January 30, 2023, 03:52:41 AMhttps://voca.ro/1exrpo1mkEPjNow we can hear his first post. As always, thank you for your effort Rix.
Quote from: thexfile on March 19, 2014, 11:44:57 PMIf the EU can't handle something in their own backyard then tough cookies. The US tax payer shouldn't have to shoulder the bill for another government jobs program.."war".
Quote from: the_Stranger on April 07, 2016, 06:37:24 PMSometimes I wonder if anyone will get what I'm rambling about, then I'm reminded of other personalities here on BG.Peace, love, and all that shit.
Quote from: Thomas Firepickle on October 10, 2012, 07:42:59 PMwhether it be legal or illegal is irelavanet at this juncture. We need to keep Obama in office for another term. If we don't then our planet will not follow the suns path to Wantangno system. I'm totally fucking drunk but more sick of this two party system and our current choices. I just don't know who to trust anymore. Oh wait, I'm still drunk......
Quote from: MV/Liberace! on October 10, 2012, 10:14:56 PMFINALLY, we're in agreement.
Quote from: The General on October 10, 2012, 10:42:32 PMSee how alcohol brings us all together? Now where's that bottle...
Quote from: ThruTarmac on November 18, 2013, 06:18:40 AMGood googly morning! I lived in Portland OR back in the 90's. Did a short stint in a Kinkos there for the overnight shift. It was a tiring, boring job, and the only things that kept it interesting were the whacked out homeless people that crept into the store to use the bathroom, like the old guy Orion, and....Art Bell's Coast to Coast.This was late '93 to early '94. FUCK! 20 years ago.So, I become a fan and listened regularly, or at least when I could. I remember how popular he was becoming (maybe 1995-96 I think) when I went to some guy's house to look at a shitcan, old Volvo to buy. The Volvo owner had to cut my inspection of the car short because it was Sunday night, and he and his roommate (these guys were in their 50's or 60's) had to get into the house to listen to Art's Dreamland. What's even funnier, I was thinking the exact same thing as I was standing there at the old Volvo--Art's coming on soon, and I gotta go.I still feel the same way, even now, 20 years later--Art's coming on, and I gotta go.
Quote from: TigerLily on July 29, 2015, 11:41:08 PMHey, I don't want to sound weird but....oh what the hell. I have had a bunch of OBE's. Can pretty much do it at will, if in the right frame of mind. Best one was in a psychic workshop and had about a dozen people confirm what I was seeing. Going ahead and putting (not) all the cards on the table, also have had a lot of ghost experiences (I grew up with a ghost), clairvoyant dreams,past life memories including dying etc. I know sounds like BS but all true, promise. TMI?
Quote from: timebandit on May 18, 2018, 05:31:09 PMI ran into some hard core hari krisni in the day..manipulated drones.. out panhandling while the leaders were in their penthouses.
Quote from: TomBl on August 14, 2015, 11:29:18 PMIf time travel works, why not go back to 11-22-1963 and stop the Kennedy assassination in Dallas. It would be so simple to do. The motorcade was led by the Sheriff Bill Decker and Chief of Police Curry. They were in the lead car. As the lead car passed the Old Red Courthouse, there was an assembly of Sheriff's Deputies there, including Bill Wiseman and Al Maddox. Someone could run up to one of the Sheriff's Deputies and tell them there was a man with a rifle pointed out of a building a block away. With that, they would have stopped the motorcade, taken the President, First Lady, Gov. Connally and Mrs. Connally into the Courthouse and the Sheriff's office and served them coffee. There would have been no Kennedy assassination.
Quote from: Tootsie on May 27, 2018, 11:29:48 AMI like that new guy with the weiner in his hand
Quote from: towerjunkie on July 23, 2008, 05:03:35 PMThe closest experience I've had to the supernatural has occurred at my work (concierge at retirement facility, which shall go unnamed).There's a room where for unexplainable reasons (maintenance, other workers have checked it out for problems), the emergency call button has alerted me on three different occasions.Once when the room had no one living in it and two other occasions when it did have someone living in it but they weren't present when it happened. And if it was a prank, it's a pretty goddamn good one because I and the people that live there are the only ones with keys, and it remains otherwise locked.And the room only does it when I'm working, fortunately the first time it happened though I had a few witnesses so at least I'm not the only one who's experienced it.
Quote from: Textor on July 23, 2015, 01:24:32 AMAssuming that the rocks are, in fact, large contained structures, you'd think that the advanced civilization that built them could have come up with a technology to prevent corrosion. But, no, they have to rust and corrode or the random rock ridges won't be broken domes.
Quote from: trostol on July 23, 2015, 01:25:37 AMnot only that but why would anyone build a structure that is 20 miles wide
Quote from: tyrONE on August 11, 2017, 06:51:10 PMHAHA MUHFUGGA SO SCARED HE FORGOT TO REPLY WIF ANY WERDS! HE DUN STRIGHT UP PISSED HIS PANTS, WHUT SA MATTA BOY CAT GOT YO TONGUE? HAHA!
Quote from: Ufobaby on May 19, 2018, 10:35:42 PMWho is MV?
Quote from: Uncle Duke on July 25, 2013, 12:45:45 PMAnd how many times do you hear guests/callers talk about the aliens not interfering with events on Earth because it would violate the "prime directive"? Seriously this idea from the original "Star Trek" series, these idiots cite as if it's a law of physics.