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Richard Syrett

Started by muddel, July 28, 2009, 01:15:33 PM

Corona Kitty

Quote from: Dr. MD MD on November 11, 2020, 01:24:21 PM
And just like that...victory is mine.




Yes, wiping your dad's ass for a living is a victory.

Dr. MD MD

Quote from: Corona Kitty on November 11, 2020, 01:25:30 PM

Yes, wiping your dad's ass for a living is a victory.

#MexicanMaleProstitute

Gyoza Girl

Quote from: Corona Kitty on November 11, 2020, 01:13:39 PM
He's difficult to interview but you have to know certain words to use to snap him back. I learned that early on dealing with the man myself.

Hah, this was my first time hearing Dr. Miller, and my first thought was there must be something wrong with him! But apparently from what you and Albrecht say, Dr. Miller's idiosyncrasies as an interviewee aren't any secret. It's a little rude to boot someone off a show for just being himself.

Corona Kitty

Quote from: Dr. MD MD on November 11, 2020, 01:28:03 PM
#MexicanMaleProstitute

Trump lost, take this to wipe the tears and your dying father's ass.








Corona Kitty

Quote from: Gyoza Girl on November 11, 2020, 01:30:35 PM
Hah, this was my first time hearing Dr. Miller, and my first thought was there must be something wrong with him! But apparently from what you and Albrecht say, Dr. Miller's idiosyncrasies as an interviewee aren't any secret. It's a little rude to boot someone off a show for just being himself.

He's a brilliant mad man on the edge of psychosis.

Dr. MD MD

Quote from: Corona Kitty on November 11, 2020, 01:36:33 PM
He's a brilliant mad man on the edge of psychosis.

myke would know. He’s all the way there.

Dr. MD MD

Quote from: Corona Kitty on November 11, 2020, 01:32:25 PM
Trump lost, take this to wipe the tears and your dying father's ass.



Save it! You’re going to need it for your tears when they announce that Trump actually won...AGAIN! ;D


albrecht

Quote from: Gyoza Girl on November 11, 2020, 01:30:35 PM
Hah, this was my first time hearing Dr. Miller, and my first thought was there must be something wrong with him! But apparently from what you and Albrecht say, Dr. Miller's idiosyncrasies as an interviewee aren't any secret. It's a little rude to boot someone off a show for just being himself.
He can be fun but you have to be prepared for a discussion to go anywhere, seriously anywhere. And subjects change on a dime without any apparent cause. Syrett is Candaian and very polite so I wonder if the producer might have decided but it is rare for him to simply drop someone. Or it could be that Dr.Miller dropped himself. He didn't mention in his stream-of-consciousness how late it was.

Corona Kitty

Quote from: albrecht on November 11, 2020, 03:21:27 PM
He can be fun but you have to be prepared for a discussion to go anywhere, seriously. And subjects change on a dime without any apparent cause. Syrett is Canadian and very polite so I wonder if the producer might have decided but it is rare for him to simply drop someone. Or it could be that Dr.Miller dropped himself. He didn't mention in his stream-of-consciousness how late it was.

RAM is not easy to interview hehe.

Dr. MD MD

Quote from: Corona Kitty on November 11, 2020, 03:31:28 PM
RAM is not easy to interview hehe.

It probably helps if you a) understand English b) have a personality and not just a gay, fake robot voice and c) aren’t a Mexican male prostitute.

albrecht

Quote from: Corona Kitty on November 11, 2020, 03:31:28 PM
RAM is not easy to interview hehe.
I wish Syrett would've followed up about Kobe being "seen in Ohio" by a fan as RAM mentioned in passing on your show. Syrett could've segued into his Raptors though I think he is more of a baseball and hockey fan, as am I. But I still want RAM to detail more of the Kobe situation because it was such a bizarre claim and out of left field to the discussion at the time!

Corona Kitty

Quote from: albrecht on November 11, 2020, 07:05:14 PM
I wish Syrett would've followed up about Kobe being "seen in Ohio" by a fan as RAM mentioned in passing on your show. Syrett could've segued into his Raptors though I think he is more of a baseball and hockey fan, as am I. But I still want RAM to detail more of the Kobe situation because it was such a bizarre claim and out of left field to the discussion at the time!

Next time he's on I'll make sure to get that specific question in. Thanks for the reminder.

albrecht

A decent show. Easy listening while I got the Christmas lights on most of the trees. The climate guy was good but I enjoyed the Scot lassie's voice. Chuckled at the oo's and such. And how she refused the always polite Canadian's attempt for more information. It is in her boook. Those Scots- not for free ,her.  Cheap folks! Buy the booook.  Having said that I love Scotland. Beautiful country and wow can they drink.  But around these months not much more to do. Dark, rain, sleet, snow,- so drink (with weird pub hours and some no.) Good mayhem also sometimes. Crazy place. Syrett would be appalled on an Old Firm weekend.

Uncle Duke

Couple of great calls this morning with guest Preston Dennett. The first was a guy who blasted Dennett for poor research relative to a UFO sighting near a drive-in, I think in Kansas.  The caller said the story had been debunked years ago, and had Dennett taken time to look into the story he would have known it was not valid.  The other call may have been one of the best in the history of C2C.  The guy claimed to have gotten high with a group or Martians and flown their saucer into the side of a mountain.

MrHippie

Richard Syrett is still fighting the good fight.
Doing what he does with class and professional preparation and humility and kindness.
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https://strangeplanet.ca/
https://www.coasttocoastam.com/shows/host-richard-syrett/
https://twitter.com/richardsyrett
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Saturday - December 19 2020
Host
Richard Syrett
Guests
Brad Olsen, Preston Dennett
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During the first half of the program, author Brad Olsen joined Richard Syrett (Twitter) to delve into his latest work, Beyond Esoteric: Escaping Prison Planet â€" a "labor of love" that took Olsen six years to complete. Control over America began at the country's founding, he explained, pointing to key moments in history including the Act of 1871, which essentially made the United States a corporation with foreign lease holders. "We are basically in the jurisdiction of this overseas corporation that holds us in this... unlawful form of government," he said. The Act of 1871 also installed the District of Columbia as a new independent city-state (part of a control triad along with London and Vatican City), Olsen added.
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In the latter part of the show, veteran UFO researcher Preston Dennett shared some of the cases he has uncovered in which UFOs have targeted drive-in theaters, hovering at low altitudes for extended periods, and observed by hundreds of witnesses. Dennett expressed his surprise about how many cases he discovered relating to drive-in UFOs. "These were not normal encounters... these things were coming down very low level, long-lasting, often putting on some kind of show," he reported, noting there is nothing else like it in UFO literature. Dennett cited several case, including one from July 17, 1954 involving the director of the National UFO Reporting Center, Peter Davenport, who along with many other witnesses spotted an eerie red light hovering near the Skyline Drive-In in Missouri.
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https://strangeplanet.ca/
https://www.coasttocoastam.com/shows/host-richard-syrett/
https://twitter.com/richardsyret

Jackstar

Quote from: MrHippie on January 02, 2021, 06:36:52 PM
Doing what he does with class and professional preparation and humility and kindness.

Sounds like he hasn't ever been raped.

albrecht

Quote from: Jackstar on January 02, 2021, 06:45:10 PM
Sounds like he hasn't ever been raped.
He is a polite Canadian. I would hope he, or anyone, hasn't been raped. But even with his politeness and Canadian sensibilities he will take good guests and allow good callers and comments.

albrecht

Syrett's demon caster lady June is funny. Michael, the Archangel not her booking agent, sends her to places like Las Vegas and Florida to get them demons. Also going to the UK later this year- but that is also for a wedding. I wonder for tax purposes how that travel will be handled since she already had cast the demon out- luckily she can "do it remotely." Polite Canadian Syrett replies "you are so thorough." 

Caller Terry from "rural Ohio" can only record demons on audio but gets six distinct messages in ancient languages that he doesn't know. Three bells repeating "over and over again." Sledgehammering on a railroad spike. Horse galloping and snorting. He knows he has an demonic entity attached to him for 23 years. It throws things. 1100 Khz is the frequency the demon(s) come in on the radio. From 11pm to 4-5am. June says this is normal and she has run across this frequently.  Terry plans to transfer these recordings to another medium.



Uncle Duke

A very entertaining open lines call this morning from a guy named Brent who claimed he is in touch with the spirit of Art Bell.  Seems Bell sustained brain damage during/as a result of his death, so he isn't able to communicate as well as would be expected.  On the plus side, it appears in death Bell gained at least a degree of humility in that he asked Brent to relay his apologies for the way he treated George late in his life.  He feels bad about his behavior.

The caller struck me as a "lite" version of Charles from Elgin, TX; somewhat disjointed and rambling.  The best part was when he told Syratt he really wanted to talk to George, but "he would have to do."  Syratt appeared to take it all in stride.

Hog

Quote from: Uncle Duke on January 16, 2021, 10:59:47 AM
A very entertaining open lines call this morning from a guy named Brent who claimed he is in touch with the spirit of Art Bell.  Seems Bell sustained brain damage during/as a result of his death, so he isn't able to communicate as well as would be expected.  On the plus side, it seems in death Bell gained at least a degree of humility in that he asked Brent to relay his apologies for the way he treated George late in his life.  He feels bad about his behavior.

The caller struck me as a "lite" version of Charles from Elgin, TX; somewhat disjointed and rambling.  The best part was when he told Syratt he really wanted to talk to George, but "he would have to do."  Syratt appeared to take it all in stride.
Shit, I wonder what the Martians do to get high?

Whenever Syrett was on Coast, I imagined his radio broadcast emanating from the CN Tower.  Toronto where he broadcasts from is North Americas 4th largest radio market.


peace
Hog

Jackstar

Quote from: Uncle Duke on January 16, 2021, 10:59:47 AM
A very entertaining open lines call this morning from a guy named Brent who claimed he is in touch with the spirit of Art Bell.  Seems Bell sustained brain damage during/as a result of his death, so he isn't able to communicate as well as would be expected.

This matches up with my information, although the brain damage is from trying to dominate my will from beyond the graaaaave. It didn't work out, as one might well imagine--I'm not one to be trifled with or possessed. What can I tell you? Shields. He's a lot more polite, and I think the "damage" has "healed," and he just pretends he can't transmit well so that he can feel better about the way I just pretend that I can't hear him and/or sometimes actually can't hear him, and I think he's embarassed that he can't just tell the difference.

I rather have the impression that Mr. Bell thought that his afterlife would be more focused on his comfort than it perhaps may well be. Fancy that, huh? How many times did you hang up on me, Can Jockey? Betcha didn't get this prediction ever, "Art Bell's spirit will be ceaselessly, yet kindly, tormented by some sassy Sourceror, just for laughs." Pizza Punch Purgatory.


In reality, the impression I'm getting is that he would like everyone to know that he's fine, and he hopes most people think I'm making this all up. Yeah, good plan. Very good plan. Get back in your containment bottle, Trips.

Jackstar

Quote from: Hog on January 16, 2021, 11:09:06 AM
Toronto where he broadcasts from is North Americas 4th largest radio market.

It's amazing how not all smartphones come with a radio receiver built-in, but they do all have a powerless backdoor gateway. It is almost as though local communications--that is, radio--is deemed to be of less value than long-distance encrypted signals carried to targets users in discrete chunks of many, many packets.

So as you can see, your collective loathing of some peoples "Walls of Text" makes more sense in that context. The other part that makes sense is that some of you are jealous of my ability to string words together. Well, I know the feeling, as I am somewhat envious of some peoples' ability to summon a conga line, whenever and wherever it may be needed.

albrecht

Quote from: Jackstar on January 16, 2021, 11:55:56 AM
It's amazing how not all smartphones come with a radio receiver built-in, but they do all have a powerless backdoor gateway. It is almost as though local communications--that is, radio--is deemed to be of less value than long-distance encrypted signals carried to targets users in discrete chunks of many, many packets.

So as you can see, your collective loathing of some peoples "Walls of Text" makes more sense in that context. The other part that makes sense is that some of you are jealous of my ability to string words together. Well, I know the feeling, as I am somewhat envious of some peoples' ability to summon a conga line, whenever and wherever it may be needed.
Yeah they should. Apparently the chips necessary are already in them but perceived lack of demand and maybe performance issues (you are the antenna, basically.) Nokia had some that radio but only FM obviously. It worked ok if you were relatively motionless but walking around, especially near buildings it wasn't so hot. I think there are some that still offer the 'walkie talkie' option but fewer seen and usually for emergency and police services.

FXX

Quote from: Uncle Duke on January 16, 2021, 10:59:47 AM
A very entertaining open lines call this morning from a guy named Brent who claimed he is in touch with the spirit of Art Bell.  Seems Bell sustained brain damage during/as a result of his death, so he isn't able to communicate as well as would be expected.  On the plus side, it appears in death Bell gained at least a degree of humility in that he asked Brent to relay his apologies for the way he treated George late in his life.  He feels bad about his behavior.

The caller struck me as a "lite" version of Charles from Elgin, TX; somewhat disjointed and rambling.  The best part was when he told Syratt he really wanted to talk to George, but "he would have to do."  Syratt appeared to take it all in stride.
The caller after him somehow richard got knocked off the air and they went to a replay.

albrecht

Quote from: Uncle Duke on January 16, 2021, 10:59:47 AM
A very entertaining open lines call this morning from a guy named Brent who claimed he is in touch with the spirit of Art Bell.  Seems Bell sustained brain damage during/as a result of his death, so he isn't able to communicate as well as would be expected.  On the plus side, it appears in death Bell gained at least a degree of humility in that he asked Brent to relay his apologies for the way he treated George late in his life.  He feels bad about his behavior.

The caller struck me as a "lite" version of Charles from Elgin, TX; somewhat disjointed and rambling.  The best part was when he told Syratt he really wanted to talk to George, but "he would have to do."  Syratt appeared to take it all in stride.
Too bad Syrett had to cut off the ramblings of "Charles from Elgin" who got into a confrontation at the boot store in Bastrop. Pretty sure I know the store he is talking about. I also want to here more about the "politicians in the area" that he knows about their corruption. But he can never get to the point of his calls!

albrecht

Quote from: FXX on January 17, 2021, 12:54:22 AM
The caller after him somehow richard got knocked off the air and they went to a replay.

That was strange. I think the caller was MtM and then it went to a replay, mid-show also not like a straight replay, of the guy who was on about Jesse James's buried treasure I think. Strange.

albrecht

A quick search yields no results for "cyanide gas" with relation to the crash in Gander, as Canadian Edgar Cayce said. Though I would like Syrett to have a whole on the crash because there are a lot of mysteries and conspiracy theories behind it. In addition to being a horrible loss of lives.

https://themichiganstar.com/2020/12/13/35-years-ago-unsolved-gander-aircrash-kills-248-101st-airborne-soldiers-8-crew/

https://unsolvedmysteries.fandom.com/wiki/Gander_Plane_Crash

possible guest for Syrett:
https://www.amazon.com/Gander-Terrorism-Incompetence-National-Socialism/dp/0985963255/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=gander+crash&qid=1607763298&sr=8-3





albrecht

Syrett is ok last night. Once again taking new callers some with amazing stories and he, being a polite Canadian, lets them go on and on. Some interesting family histories. We can see the direction of the AM audiences here. But screener allowed some callers in like Joe with past lives research (that seemed to be just using the internet.)  >:( ps: Pathe' is one of the oldest modern media companies still around, Joe. 

Morgus

Syrett lets Cornelius call in during open lines too, even though all he does is talk about himself - telling about his bout with covid and his youtube video appearances.

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