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Richard Syrett
« Reply #1620 on: June 03, 2020, 02:07:09 PM »
There was a funny technical problem during Syrett's last show when the Masonic guy was talking about Albert Pike. A speed dial kept playing. Guest thought it was caller who was still online. I thought it sounded more on guest's side like he was pressing a speed dial on his phone or maybe his ear. Guest speculated that caller was "trying to order a pizza." Syrett just kept on rolling and didn't flip out or just play a replay, drop guest, or go to openlines with no explanations except "they are doing it again guys, anytime I get a controversial guest." If Capt Crunch was listening it would be curious to play the number dialed into a phone and see what it connects to. If it was a pizza place or what. 

Norry wouldn't have been able to handle talk about succubus and incubus.

Richard Syrett
« Reply #1621 on: June 03, 2020, 03:25:58 PM »
There was a funny technical problem during Syrett's last show when the Masonic guy was talking about Albert Pike. A speed dial kept playing. Guest thought it was caller who was still online. I thought it sounded more on guest's side like he was pressing a speed dial on his phone or maybe his ear. Guest speculated that caller was "trying to order a pizza." Syrett just kept on rolling and didn't flip out or just play a replay, drop guest, or go to openlines with no explanations except "they are doing it again guys, anytime I get a controversial guest." If Capt Crunch was listening it would be curious to play the number dialed into a phone and see what it connects to. If it was a pizza place or what. 

Norry wouldn't have been able to handle talk about succubus and incubus.

Twenty years ago we had a very similar thing happen.  It was our fax machine that somehow kept auto redialing, and we'd hearing the dialing over the landline while talking. 

Richard Syrett
« Reply #1622 on: June 03, 2020, 08:21:11 PM »
Twenty years ago we had a very similar thing happen.  It was our fax machine that somehow kept auto redialing, and we'd hearing the dialing over the landline while talking.
Yep I remember that happening some years back live on c2cam.
Another case I think I recall was a guest's home alarm system that kept trying to auto dial out once a minute or so, just like was happening on Sunday night.

Richard Syrett
« Reply #1623 on: June 13, 2020, 12:40:35 PM »
Just finished listening to Syrett's open lines calls from last night, quite a circus.  One guy, who thought he might be the reincarnated Christ, was being stalked by Mormons, and some old gal thought she might be the reincarnated John the Baptist.  Another caller claimed he routinely stayed awake for close to a week at a time, and a former punk rocker was visited by a God sent demon. First prize, however,  goes to long time caller Louise who gave us a list of famous people she's been previously other than Cleopatra.  Most interesting of the group was Scarlett O'hara from GWTW, a fictional character.

Richard earned his couple hundred dollars last night for sure.

Richard Syrett
« Reply #1624 on: June 13, 2020, 12:54:39 PM »
Just finished listening to Syrett's open lines calls from last night, quite a circus.  One guy, who thought he might be the reincarnated Christ, was being stalked by Mormons, and some old gal thought she might be the reincarnated John the Baptist.  Another caller claimed he routinely stayed awake for close to a week at a time, and a former punk rocker was visited by a God sent demon. First prize, however,  goes to long time caller Louise who gave us a list of famous people she's been previously other than Cleopatra.  Most interesting of the group was Scarlett O'hara from GWTW, a fictional character.

Richard earned his couple hundred dollars last night for sure.

And the guy who called whose line was silent was the reincarnation of Marcel Marceau.

Richard Syrett
« Reply #1625 on: June 14, 2020, 11:18:23 AM »
Just finished listening to Syrett's open lines calls from last night, quite a circus.  One guy, who thought he might be the reincarnated Christ, was being stalked by Mormons, and some old gal thought she might be the reincarnated John the Baptist.  Another caller claimed he routinely stayed awake for close to a week at a time, and a former punk rocker was visited by a God sent demon. First prize, however,  goes to long time caller Louise who gave us a list of famous people she's been previously other than Cleopatra.  Most interesting of the group was Scarlett O'hara from GWTW, a fictional character.

Richard earned his couple hundred dollars last night for sure.
Caller in first segment rambled on about something called "the law of cosines" that had "disappeared." And further that the news only gives us "one side of the story" and "he has searched the internet and Law of Cosines has disappeared but he remembers it as being a bizarre mathematical theory that used to exist." I did a quick search. And results instantly popped up:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Law_of_cosines

https://www.mathsisfun.com/algebra/trig-cosine-law.html

https://mathworld.wolfram.com/LawofCosines.html 

Annie from Alabamy found an alternate universe.  And caller Kay "is there a connection between the algorithm and ancient Vedic texts."



Richard Syrett
« Reply #1626 on: June 14, 2020, 06:34:23 PM »
Another solid show by Syrett. Forget the 'sea-monsters,' though was fun. The fishing and gator stories from guest was fun. But possibilities of giant, prehistoric turtles was fun radio. The Watergate guy was also interesting. My only issues is he unfortunately had to cut some callers off just when it was getting interesting "my time in the Congo, sorry Amazon...."

Richard Syrett
« Reply #1627 on: June 14, 2020, 06:49:49 PM »
The Watergate Guy failed to mention that one of the DC prostitutes was Maureen Dean, wife of St. John Dean.

Richard Syrett
« Reply #1628 on: June 14, 2020, 07:05:59 PM »
The Watergate Guy failed to mention that one of the DC prostitutes was Maureen Dean, wife of St. John Dean.
Maybe he was trying to avoid a lawsuit? Or just so much info go over he didn't mention?  St.Martin's Press settled. Liddy didn't back down though. 
 
https://www.cbsnews.com/news/liddy-case-dismissed/ 

http://jfk.hood.edu/Collection/Weisberg%20Subject%20Index%20Files/W%20Disk/Watergate%20to%20File/Item%20040.pdf

Richard Syrett
« Reply #1629 on: June 27, 2020, 05:34:00 PM »
As usual Syrett had some fun callers.
Per Uncle Duke: "Also, last night on open lines with Syratt, a caller asked to dedicate a program bumper he did to the reincarnated Cleopatra. The dedication was clearly made tongue in cheek, and Syratt got quite a chuckle out of it.  Then a segment or two later, Louise called in to say how moved she had been by the guy's dedication, and that he had been one of Cleopatra's millions of subjects who loved her so much he felt compelled to call in to pay her homage. But it got better, Louise then told us she had also been Elizabeth Barrett Browing and took credit for writing the poem, "How Do I Love Thee."  https://bellgab.com/index.php?topic=3.msg1401289#msg1401289

Then there was Diana who had implant (glowing green) and abduction experiences and was a part of a hybrid program but didn't want to discuss details because "women's issues" and embarrassing and not appropriate for radio or telling others. Syrett quickly agreed that he wouldn't ask about such things. It started off with a bizarre missing time situation involving a lost purse in the Black Forest. A triangle craft lead her back to her purse by which there was a cross fashioned out of wood.

Then a guy who saw an angel reflection in the glass door of his guncabinet. And "when he goes out" he shows pictures of the angel he took to people and asks them "what do they see." Some people see the angel, some people don't. But what he wants to know is if it is a good angel or the 'angel of death." Syrett  suggested pareidoliabut caller said "some people see and some people don't!" (which would lend more creedence to Syrett's explanation, actually. Syrett said "well let's hope for the best then I wouldn't want to wish the angel of death on someone." Caller: "why not dying is a part of life."

I liked the stories of the recovered (supposedly) alcoholic who saved people's lives but if he wasn't in a drunken blackout he might not have intervened and fought off the knife-wielding robber and saved that guy.


Richard Syrett
« Reply #1630 on: June 27, 2020, 05:37:11 PM »
Syrett said "well let's hope for the best then I wouldn't want to wish the angel of death on someone." Caller: "why not dying is a part of life."

Epic. Heroes, the both of them.

Richard Syrett
« Reply #1631 on: June 27, 2020, 05:56:55 PM »
As usual Syrett had some fun callers.
...Syrett said "well let's hope for the best then I wouldn't want to wish the angel of death on someone." Caller: "why not dying is a part of life."


Richard Syrett
« Reply #1632 on: June 27, 2020, 05:59:04 PM »
The Watergate Guy failed to mention that one of the DC prostitutes was Maureen Dean, wife of St. John Dean.

John Dean's wife was involved? Was she a prostitute before/after they were married, or just a political agent? I've never heard that before...fascinating.

Richard Syrett
« Reply #1633 on: June 27, 2020, 05:59:48 PM »
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Alumnus of The Rockefeller University. And, look at those teeth! Jesus! No tin can could stand.

Richard Syrett
« Reply #1634 on: June 27, 2020, 06:13:19 PM »
John Dean's wife was involved? Was she a prostitute before/after they were married, or just a political agent? I've never heard that before...fascinating.
Some says it was just the swinging times of the day, some say it was Democratic Party way to make donors happy, some say it was CIA and way for them to control politicians and donors, some say a "Silent Coup" to get Nixon, and some* say it was all bs and simply 'conspiracy theories' (different than the official conspiracy theory in the mainstream papers and Congressional hearings.) And Syrett's guest has his on ideas on the deal.

http://jfk.hood.edu/Collection/Weisberg%20Subject%20Index%20Files/W%20Disk/Watergate%20to%20File/Item%20040.pdf  "

"Clout 18" was a nickname for, Maureen Biner Maureen Dean's name before she married John Dean"

"Today, Dean says that only his Senate testimony is accurate, not his own book, "Blind Ambition.""

* https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2017/06/17/trump-watergate-and-how-conspiracy-theories-get-made-215274 

Richard Syrett
« Reply #1635 on: July 01, 2020, 09:30:27 AM »

Richard Syrett
« Reply #1636 on: July 05, 2020, 09:36:24 PM »

Richard Syrett
« Reply #1637 on: Yesterday at 04:56:32 PM »
Syrett's open lines calls are becoming the highlight of C2C for me. Last night he took an epic sixteen minute call from some space cadet describing her interactions with aliens, that gal heaved enough sighs to inflate a basketball.  Later he had a guy describe little aliens who broke into his home on Christmas Eve to leave gifts for him and his two siblings.  He explained he was convinced they had escaped from the military, apparently doing so while toting three red bicycles. Then he had a caller go into great detail about a massive goat killing bear he claims to have shot on his ranch. He says the state of California is covering it up to prevent a panic.  Gonna be tough to do considering he claims there is still a 600 lb. bear in the area. 

Richard Syrett
« Reply #1638 on: Yesterday at 05:06:51 PM »
He was good in pulling those stories into some modicum of sense.  He actually made them interesting.  Particularly the part about the goats screaming, Clarice.

Richard Syrett
« Reply #1639 on: Today at 11:53:15 AM »
A new candidate for the worst C2C guest ever, Syrett's first segment guest last night, Nelson Thall.  Aside from the fact he came across as something of a paranoid old loon, he personified many of the stereotype traits of the people he was railing against. He frequently cut Syrett off and talked over him, and repeatedly either sidestepped or ignored questions asked of him.  The interview reminded me of a political debate. Sounded like Thall had points and answers he wanted to give, and he wasn't going to let the fact Syrett asked the wrong question keep him from delivering his message.  Even more ironic was the guy's foot stomping of McLuran's premise of the evils of media technology, yet overreacting when he thought Syrett had incorrectly given out his website.  In effect saying the internet is destroying us, but make sure you go to my site.

Punnett would have eaten this guy and his half baked intellectualism for lunch.