Art Bell

Started by sillydog, April 07, 2008, 11:21:45 PM

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Corona Kitty

When is art coming back?

aldousburbank

Quote from: MV/Liberace! on August 21, 2022, 02:43:42 PMI didn't place that call to the police, but I did shoot Kennedy.

Which?

albrecht

The other morning early they had some guy on NPR talking ants. He was strangely enthusiastic about them. But, at the same time, admitted necessity to kill them sometimes. He had a theory, which I've heard before, about 'allowing' one nest and killing others because eliminating all hives will result in new invasions. Sorta like allowing colonias, I guess.

But reminded me and I thought I wonder if this guy was, or knew, the 'ant guy' from Art Bell strange people open-lines who decided to 'follow an ant' 'just because he wondered 'what they do all day.' Ultimately I seem to recall that the ant bested him and went down a storm drain and he couldn't follow. Weak but good, but strange, effort.

Roswells, Art

Quote from: albrecht on August 31, 2022, 11:51:53 AMThe other morning early they had some guy on NPR talking ants. He was strangely enthusiastic about them. But, at the same time, admitted necessity to kill them sometimes. He had a theory, which I've heard before, about 'allowing' one nest and killing others because eliminating all hives will result in new invasions. Sorta like allowing colonias, I guess.

But reminded me and I thought I wonder if this guy was, or knew, the 'ant guy' from Art Bell strange people open-lines who decided to 'follow an ant' 'just because he wondered 'what they do all day.' Ultimately I seem to recall that the ant bested him and went down a storm drain and he couldn't follow. Weak but good, but strange, effort.

I remember that show. It also had a someone call in who ate rocks from his yard. Art specifying the caller's preference for "yard rocks" made me laugh.

I'm inspired to listen to it again. Maybe it's the October 21, 1997 Weird Person Line show.

Roswells, Art

Quote from: Roswells, Art on August 31, 2022, 12:51:20 PMIt also had a someone

Ack! This small amount of time I get to edit my post is going to cause me to lose sleep.

albrecht

Quote from: Roswells, Art on August 31, 2022, 12:51:20 PMI remember that show. It also had a someone call in who ate rocks from his yard. Art specifying the caller's preference for "yard rocks" made me laugh.

I'm inspired to listen to it again. Maybe it's the October 21, 1997 Weird Person Line show.
Though he was, possibly, wrong on a lot of issues he was GREAT on radio. He knew how to draw out a guest or caller. One quote I mention, because telling genius: "the Dental----Mafia?" That hooked you instantly by the pre-NPR uptalk but the pause, as is himself pondering. Then leaves the listener 'wtf' there is a dental mafia? And was a random bit during some unrelated show subject. That the genius let the show flow.

pate

Quote from: Roswells, Art on August 31, 2022, 12:51:20 PMI remember that show. It also had a someone call in who ate rocks from his yard. Art specifying the caller's preference for "yard rocks" made me laugh.

I'm inspired to listen to it again. Maybe it's the October 21, 1997 Weird Person Line show.

Hey Roz, how do you listen your various shows?

Earbuds/headphones at work, meditatively in an easy chair with a high-fidelity soundsystem & speakers, or via a landline in the middle of a cornfield somewhere are the possibilities I imagine for you.



-p

Roswells, Art

Quote from: albrecht on August 31, 2022, 04:19:36 PMThough he was, possibly, wrong on a lot of issues he was GREAT on radio. He knew how to draw out a guest or caller. One quote I mention, because telling genius: "the Dental----Mafia?" That hooked you instantly by the pre-NPR uptalk but the pause, as is himself pondering. Then leaves the listener 'wtf' there is a dental mafia? And was a random bit during some unrelated show subject. That the genius let the show flow.

I listened to the show. It was really good; Art was in the zone! Even taking care with upbeat bumper music and cleverly dropping Ross Mitchell in only after the pianist zips up and down the keys in I'm So Excited, for example. One caller said he might have been abducted by aliens but didn't want to talk about it. haha. There did seem to be a commercial slid in there though. The caller was selling really expensive masturbation machines. Like $2300-$3500 in today's money expensive. Art gave him an 8 out of 10 on the weirdness scale. Is a man selling sex toys that weird? I bet it was one of Art's HAM buddies.



It looks...sturdy. Apparently, that's the newer model. According to the caller it was the size of a large briefcase back then. It looks like it should have a chute where you shovel the coal in to power it.

I don't recall the "dental...Mafia?" part but I know what you mean. I'll be on the lookout for it.

albrecht

Quote from: Roswells, Art on September 01, 2022, 01:06:47 PMI listened to the show. It was really good; Art was in the zone! Even taking care with upbeat bumper music and cleverly dropping Ross Mitchell in only after the pianist zips up and down the keys in I'm So Excited, for example. One caller said he might have been abducted by aliens but didn't want to talk about it. haha. There did seem to be a commercial slid in there though. The caller was selling really expensive masturbation machines. Like $2300-$3500 in today's money expensive. Art gave him an 8 out of 10 on the weirdness scale. Is a man selling sex toys that weird? I bet it was one of Art's HAM buddies.



It looks...sturdy. Apparently, that's the newer model. According to the caller it was the size of a large briefcase back then. It looks like it should have a chute where you shovel the coal in to power it.

I don't recall the "dental...Mafia?" part but I know what you mean. I'll be on the lookout for it.

Wow. I'm thinking that Art took him off air to DX him on HAM radio about cheaper options by some Asian flights. But I recall also, assuming it was not masturbatory, that Penthouse lady was an expert on fighting cancer with some elements/supplements or something. He also really liked the "sexy lawyer" and her ideas on "using your sexuality in business and negotiations."

albrecht

911. Art had good live show. It can be found in the archive or on the interweb archives. Somewhere also there is KFI's (LA AM Radio station) whole day archive. I forget what Hendrie did that ACTUAL day and following but soon after, in Hendrie fashion, developed Fajeen character, I think.

Jackstar

Quote from: albrecht on September 11, 2022, 11:37:13 AM911. Art had good live show. It can be found in the archive or on the interweb archives. Somewhere also there is KFI's (LA AM Radio station) whole day archive. I forget what Hendrie did that ACTUAL day and following but soon after, in Hendrie fashion, developed Fajeen character, I think.

I was there. It was 3 days of, "I can't believe it. It was much better than Cats."

THREE. DAYS. Condor not included.

albrecht

Quote from: Jackstar on September 11, 2022, 01:07:23 PMI was there. It was 3 days of, "I can't believe it. It was much better than Cats."

THREE. DAYS. Condor not included.

Clever. Condor not included. Haha. I was out of the country but knew some folks in NYC during the events and they said it was just bizarre post-911 with Manhattan empty etc.

Jackstar

Quote from: albrecht on September 11, 2022, 02:12:58 PMManhattan empty etc.

I'm told that in some timelines, it wasn't empty--they were hiding. "Cowering in place," they called it. 58D!!

albrecht

Quote from: Jackstar on September 11, 2022, 02:17:36 PMI'm told that in some timelines, it wasn't empty--they were hiding. "Cowering in place," they called it. 58D!!
Yeah. Some were lucky and 'locked in' at a bar. But then afterwards most left and place was empty I'm told except for things like investigators and some reporters since much of the news is based outta there.

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