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Connie Willis
« Reply #930 on: September 14, 2019, 06:18:58 PM »

Connie Willis
« Reply #931 on: September 14, 2019, 06:36:36 PM »
www.ontheroadwithconnie.com
Man, what a scam.  I wonder how many idiots she'll suck in with this joke.  ::)

Connie Willis
« Reply #932 on: February 10, 2020, 07:08:56 PM »
Connie was her usual giddy self. She doesn't like science and scientists should "experience" and not rely "on their books." She, of course, mentioned Bigfoot with regard to Lake Monsters. She also was relatively mute with the treasure hunter guest who came out like gangbusters about his shipwreck which was an interesting story. Hope it pans out for him. According to his website he seeks investors- so become a part of history and make bank!  Marine salvage (even modern ones) and lost treasure is always a neat topic.


Connie Willis
« Reply #933 on: August 09, 2020, 11:40:50 AM »

Connie Willis
« Reply #934 on: August 09, 2020, 12:02:53 PM »
A direct link to her Coast shows

https://www.coasttocoastam.com/shows/host-connie-willis/

Do you have the link for Hilly Rose or maybe Rolley James?

Goblin UFOs
« Reply #935 on: September 06, 2020, 12:07:22 AM »
And Crypto currencies with Connie. Do Cryptids take Crypto? Has Connie seen any goblins when she's been out a Bigfootin'?

Connie Willis
« Reply #936 on: October 12, 2020, 12:55:36 PM »
The acoustics guest, Dr. Pompei, was very interesting. Unfortunately Connie was her usual bubbly self and just asked lame questions more suitable to a celebrity-friendly rag like People. "Its sorta cool to call Joe, Dr. Pompei! You're an 80's guy." and so on....  Would've been a better interview with Art since he was into that stuff. And he would've pressed him more on his claim that 'sound' can't be used as a weapon or psychological weapon. 

https://www.coasttocoastam.com/show/2020-10-11-show/

https://www.holosonics.com/




Connie Willis
« Reply #937 on: October 13, 2020, 08:35:41 PM »
Connie Willis is probably the worst host of c2c am.

Connie Willis
« Reply #938 on: November 21, 2020, 01:30:11 PM »
I normally delete C2C shows with Connie as host, but thankfully I listened to her open lines callers.  Connie gave one of first callers probably fifteen minutes to relate her story about a medical doctor whose mission is to replace celebrities with reproductions of themselves.  The caller's role is to distract the police while the switcheroo takes place.  A later caller claimed he and a carload of others saw a UFO land at a small airfield where its alien crew was greeted by a member of the US military.  (He knew the guy was military because he had a cap and everything.)  The best part of the call was one of the witnesses, a mathematical genius who could "prove the book wrong," was so shaken he became a recluse the rest of his life.  I was deeply moved by the caller who gave a shout out to Cornelius for giving him hope in his own life.   And finally, Mike the Millenial added his two cents worth, asking Connie her opinion of Feng shui.  Sounded like he was reading out of some woo book or website.

Connie Willis
« Reply #939 on: November 21, 2020, 01:37:31 PM »
Connie doing what she does best.  Out dumbing Dave Norway.

Connie Willis
« Reply #940 on: November 21, 2020, 02:31:58 PM »
I normally delete C2C shows with Connie as host, but thankfully I listened to her open lines callers.  Connie gave one of first callers probably fifteen minutes to relate her story about a medical doctor whose mission is to replace celebrities with reproductions of themselves.  The caller's role is to distract the police while the switcheroo takes place.  A later caller claimed he and a carload of others saw a UFO land at a small airfield where its alien crew was greeted by a member of the US military.  (He knew the guy was military because he had a cap and everything.)  The best part of the call was one of the witnesses, a mathematical genius who could "prove the book wrong," was so shaken he became a recluse the rest of his life.  I was deeply moved by the caller who gave a shout out to Cornelius for giving him hope in his own life.   And finally, Mike the Millenial added his two cents worth, asking Connie her opinion of Feng shui.  Sounded like he was reading out of some woo book or website.
Ok. You sold me. I will ffwd and but listen to the open lines. You know interestingly some really smart people end up being crazy or recluse in fields, like math, psychics, music, chess, etc. Recall Russian mathematician Perelman who refused the Fields Medal and the million dollar prize for solving some weird math problem after he won them. Bobby FIscher who retreated in a reclusive world of anti-Joo and other paranoia. John Nash Jr, and his story turned movie. The paranoia threats, real and imagined, in his positions got to James Jesus Angleton.

Connie Willis
« Reply #941 on: November 21, 2020, 03:00:04 PM »
Ok. You sold me. I will ffwd and but listen to the open lines. You know interestingly some really smart people end up being crazy or recluse in fields, like math, psychics, music, chess, etc. Recall Russian mathematician Perelman who refused the Fields Medal and the million dollar prize for solving some weird math problem after he won them. Bobby FIscher who retreated in a reclusive world of anti-Joo and other paranoia. John Nash Jr, and his story turned movie. The paranoia threats, real and imagined, in his positions got to James Jesus Angleton.

Yeah, well the caller sounded like a member of the "more fingers than teeth" set.  To him, a mathematical genius is likely to mean anyone who passed Algeber.

Connie Willis
« Reply #942 on: November 21, 2020, 04:37:03 PM »
Yeah, well the caller sounded like a member of the "more fingers than teeth" set.  To him, a mathematical genius is likely to mean anyone who passed Algeber.

Algerbear.  Geez!

-p

Connie Willis
« Reply #943 on: November 21, 2020, 07:05:49 PM »
Yeah, well the caller sounded like a member of the "more fingers than teeth" set.  To him, a mathematical genius is likely to mean anyone who passed Algeber.
Bonnie is semi-frequent caller. I think she once talked about seeing large truck convoys going into some secret base in Nevada and being chased by some 'official vehicles.'  This time an even more elaborate story about doctor (alien) who is replace Hollywood stars with DNA clones at Skinwalker Ranch. The story revolved about some actor named Paul Walker. Kurt Russell was, somehow, involved. Paul Walker was faked killed in a Porsche accident but really drove a Ferrari. And he is still alive, or his clone is? Or something? Hard to follow..... Connie said that 'she was going through something and should write books.' 

Burleson, Texas 1973 UFO sighter Myron, not an Ohio resident, pointed out "military representative with the full garb and hat and everything" so not just a hat. "One of the witnesses ended up becoming a recluse for the rest of his life. And he was a math genius."  Myron was also out in Greeley, Co and he's got the "PHO-toes" of the "boomarang" craft. He has other "PHO-toes" of "spiritual beings in the sky" and "he gots copies of it." "They looked devilish" "The other PHO-toes are devilish."  As an aside Burleson does have a number of Karate etc places as Myron mentioned. 

Larry from Lakeland, WA who was saved by Bigfeet family due to a Sheriff and Outlaw who later were charged with killing some people or something. He was duck hunting and received messages, presumably from the Bigfeet, in his mind to 'get down, they are killing all' 

I couldn't help but think M the M saying "but Ma, we have to rearrange this place, see this FengShui book? I need a new tv and we need to rearrange the couch position. Even businesses have used FungShui!" Mom: "go get a job there then, I like my house the way it is."

Lots of creatures have been seen while "late night fishing" in a Bayou per Donald's story.

Connie Willis
« Reply #944 on: November 21, 2020, 10:16:22 PM »
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Burleson, Texas 1973 UFO sighter Myron, not an Ohio resident, pointed out "military representative with the full garb and hat and everything" so not just a hat. "One of the witnesses ended up becoming a recluse for the rest of his life. And he was a math genius."  Myron was also out in Greeley, Co and he's got the "PHO-toes" of the "boomarang" craft. He has other "PHO-toes" of "spiritual beings in the sky" and "he gots copies of it." "They looked devilish" "The other PHO-toes are devilish."  As an aside Burleson does have a number of Karate etc places as Myron mentioned. 
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PHO is delicious.  I recommend it for hangovers, I have never tried Toe Pho though.  Sounds wierd.


Connie Willis
« Reply #945 on: November 21, 2020, 10:27:43 PM »

Connie Willis
« Reply #946 on: November 21, 2020, 10:28:46 PM »
Connie doing what she does best.  Out dumbing Dave Norway.

It takes a lot to do a whole show on a shitload of edibles.

Connie Willis
« Reply #947 on: Yesterday at 06:41:21 AM »
From what I can gather Connie has some kind of online business in which you pay for her to go camping and "document" the trip- in hopes of seeing UFOs, Bigfeet, etc. And, apparently, you get to direct her actions by donating. So sort of a 'cam girl' but for Bigfootin' and UFOin', I guess? Interesting concept. I wonder how much she pulls in from folks who want to go Big Footin' but are out of shape to really go hiking or live in areas where there aren't Bigfeet?
From her wacko site.

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~ Connie

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