Bella-Haven is Live

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chefist

Can I call in tonight Nancy n Rose? Even if I'm a little tipsy?

nbirnes

Quote from: chefist on July 15, 2015, 06:39:41 PM
Can I call in tonight Nancy n Rose? Even if I'm a little tipsy?

I believe I speak for everyone when I say: Especially if you're tipsy. 👯

Tonight tunes will rage from 2 am until  3. Just like before. So glad I married a lawyer. 👯

wr250

please use the #bellahaven room.
http://bellahaven.paranormal.chat
if you use the ufoship portal (snicker)  then you will need to sign in as usual and then type /join #bellahaven

chefist

Quote from: nbirnes on July 15, 2015, 06:54:59 PM
I believe I speak for everyone when I say: Especially if you're tipsy. 👯

Tonight tunes will rage from 2 am until  3. Just like before. So glad I married a lawyer. 👯
Are you folks Jewish? My first wife was Jewish... Lots of talk of Kosher food...love it!

nbirnes

Quote from: chefist on July 15, 2015, 07:09:27 PM
Are you folks Jewish? My first wife was Jewish... Lots of talk of Kosher food...love it!

Bill is Jewish; according to his mom when she met me: I am Jewish by injection. She was a firecracker.

chefist

Quote from: nbirnes on July 15, 2015, 07:13:48 PM
Bill is Jewish; according to his mom when she met me: I am Jewish by injection. She was a firecracker.
Love it! I won't touch the word "injection"... I'm calling tonight!

Zenman

Quote from: serenity on July 15, 2015, 06:29:39 AM
Got it and being added to the mix as I type.

This Friday, the 17th at 6:00pm Eastern, 3:00 pacific, I will be streaming, in order, all the current Bella-Haven shows. The stream will be for 24 hours, ending at 6:00pm eastern Saturday well before Art's "test" show. After the stream, all Bella-Haven podcasts, and future podcasts will be joining the regular mix.
To listen you can go the the radio page at http://aliendreams.ddns.net . If you wish to listen through a player or internet radio the address is http://aliendreams.ddns.net:8000/radio.m3u .
There is no callin or chat available on my site but one of the other chat sites may be open or in use.

Caio Bella!

That's excellent, serenity, BellCast marathon, cool! Goes on my bookmarks too!

Zenman

Draft:

     4 DAYS      19 HOURS!   

BellaCast tonite 12AM PT; 3AM ET!    ON AIR SHORTLY!
http://bellahaven.paranormal.chat/
Or, for players and such:  http://50.7.71.219:7453/live.m3u
 
Hosts: nbirnes & RoseGirl

Possible Topics Include:
   THE BLITZ
   Bigtime AMA Success   ;D
   Art's FB Account Back Up!   ;D
   KXL Portland MegaWatt!
   Special Saturday GabCast Intrigue
   The Progression of the Epuinixes
   Thoughts on the Piscean Era & Fishbots
   Templars
   And more...!

Plus: Rumors of Possible Chefist Call-in!
And: CALL-INS: Gabbers, Gabblings & Civilians are all
Welcome to Call the Bella Line at: 215 488-7374
 
Come join the fun!

aldousburbank

I wish I could stay up late with you alls but I get up for work just after you are signing off.

nbirnes

Quote from: aldousburbank on July 15, 2015, 08:50:18 PM
I wish I could stay up late with you alls but I get up for work just after you are signing off.

I've been trying to get the podcast up by 6 am at https://soundcloud.com/psnradio/sets/bella-haven and later tonight, www.bella-haven.com

Also, I must mention you every night or it doesn't feel right. As per Jerry Seinfeld, I don't want to break the chain.

Faustina

Ooh Templars!  I love that stuff.  Plus, I believe some speculation as to just *which* radio show Art will be interviewed on this Friday would be in order.  Ground Zero?  The Savage Nation?

nbirnes

Quote from: Faustina on July 15, 2015, 10:06:56 PM
Ooh Templars!  I love that stuff.  Plus, I believe some speculation as to just *which* radio show Art will be interviewed on this Friday would be in order.  Ground Zero?  The Savage Nation?

It's definitely Ground Zero. I think. Maybe. Already on BellGab?

Faustina

Quote from: nbirnes on July 15, 2015, 10:25:43 PM
It's definitely Ground Zero. I think. Maybe. Already on BellGab?


I saw speculation there earlier; no confirmation.  But that would make sense since Clyde and Art will now both be on KXL's talent roster.

nbirnes

Quote from: Zenman on July 15, 2015, 08:47:14 PM
Draft:

     4 DAYS      19 HOURS!   

BellaCast tonite 12AM PT; 3AM ET!    ON AIR SHORTLY!
http://bellahaven.paranormal.chat/
Or, for players and such:  http://50.7.71.219:7453/live.m3u
 
Hosts: nbirnes & RoseGirl

Possible Topics Include:
   THE BLITZ
   Bigtime AMA Success   ;D
   Art's FB Account Back Up!   ;D
   KXL Portland MegaWatt!
   Special Saturday GabCast Intrigue
   The Progression of the Epuinixes
   Thoughts on the Piscean Era & Fishbots
   Templars
   And more...!

Plus: Rumors of Possible Chefist Call-in!
And: CALL-INS: Gabbers, Gabblings & Civilians are all
Welcome to Call the Bella Line at: 215 488-7374
 
Come join the fun!

I've got to do better prep! I love the Templars, mysterious men of the past. Right now I'm getting this close ☞ ][ to getting the web site up, and now that I can play tunes, I'm going to go like the wind.

I think I'll start them now and try to learn how to get myself into the brand new chat properly. Oh, where are PrarieGhost and wr250 when you need them?

So: tune now until 3, chat with tunes included is https://soundcloud.com/psnradio/sets/bella-haven

Get there now and watch me try to learn how to communicate with a bot while trying to finish the new design.

Zenman

Quote from: nbirnes on July 15, 2015, 10:31:37 PM
I've got to do better prep! I love the Templars, mysterious men of the past. Right now I'm getting this close ☞ ][ to getting the web site up, and now that I can play tunes, I'm going to go like the wind.

I think I'll start them now and try to learn how to get myself into the brand new chat properly. Oh, where are PrarieGhost and wr250 when you need them?

So: tune now until 3, chat with tunes included is https://soundcloud.com/psnradio/sets/bella-haven

Get there now and watch me try to learn how to communicate with a bot while trying to finish the new design.

Take a breath, Nance. Don't sweat the topics at all. Just do what you do and go with the flow as far as the topics you want to talk about just like you always do. That's the charm of the show and you do it superbly. I just added a few fun, optional, non Art topic ideas on today's promo since there's kind of a lull in the action, if you can call it a lull, lol.

Draft:

     4 DAYS      19 HOURS!   

BellaCast tonite 12AM PT; 3AM ET!    ON AIR SHORTLY!
http://bellahaven.paranormal.chat/
Or, for players and such:  http://50.7.71.219:7453/live.m3u
 
Hosts: nbirnes & RoseGirl

Possible Topics Include:
   THE BLITZ
   Bigtime AMA Success   ;D
   Art's FB Account Back Up!   ;D
   Post-NC Interviews
   Special Saturday GabCast Intrigue
   The Progression of the Epuinixes
   Thoughts on the Piscean Era & Fishbots
   Templars, Masons, Bilderbergs & Illuminati
   And more...!

Plus: Rumors of Possible Chefist Call-in!
And: CALL-INS: Gabbers, Gabblings & Civilians are all
Welcome to Call the Bella Line at: 215 488-7374
 
Come join the fun!

Zenman

Quote from: Faustina on July 15, 2015, 10:06:56 PM
Ooh Templars!  I love that stuff.  Plus, I believe some speculation as to just *which* radio show Art will be interviewed on this Friday would be in order.  Ground Zero?  The Savage Nation?

Hey Faustina, my dad was a Mason, but all I really know about them is what I've researched and that's I think mostly hearsay type stuff. He didn't talk about it much at all and never tried to get me to join. We did go to the Shriners dinners who's proceeds went to help sick kids. And he went to the meetings about once a month and always came back in a good mood, so I'm guessing he had a good time there. And there was the funny little hat with the tassel on it, lol.

The only other thing I remember about it was about once a month a couple of his mason friends would come over and they'd lock themselves in the den for a couple of hours. Found out later they were doing calligraphy things for the sick kids and their parents. And they were drinking bourbon.  ;D

WOTR

Quote from: Zenman on July 15, 2015, 11:06:30 PM
Hey Faustina, my dad was a Mason, but all I really know about them is what I've researched and that's I think mostly hearsay type stuff.
I actually know one of the top masons in the province... He lead a very regular life and worked a blue collar job (upper blue collar, but blue collar just the same.)  He lives in a mid-priced house in a quiet neighbourhood.  He is nice, and I know him and the other members spend quite a bit of time doing charity stuff.


I used to believe that there could be a conspiracy, some secret "take over the world" agenda.  Sadly, once I found out he was way up there in the lodge, I just cannot accept it as even a mild possibility.  I would not even be able to listen to Art interview somebody on the topic as it does not hold any interest for me anymore... I am positive that it is a group of older, mostly retired men who want to escape their families for a few hours, get together, enjoy life and give something to charity.

nbirnes

Quote from: Zenman on July 15, 2015, 10:49:10 PM
Take a breath, Nance. Don't sweat the topics at all. Just do what you do and go with the flow as far as the topics you want to talk about just like you always do. That's the charm of the show and you do it superbly. I just added a few fun, optional, non Art topic ideas on today's promo since there's kind of a lull in the action, if you can call it a lull, lol.

Draft:

     4 DAYS      19 HOURS!   

BellaCast tonite 12AM PT; 3AM ET!    ON AIR SHORTLY!
http://bellahaven.paranormal.chat/
Or, for players and such:  http://50.7.71.219:7453/live.m3u
 
Hosts: nbirnes & RoseGirl

Possible Topics Include:
   THE BLITZ
   Bigtime AMA Success   ;D
   Art's FB Account Back Up!   ;D
   Post-NC Interviews
   Special Saturday GabCast Intrigue
   The Progression of the Epuinixes
   Thoughts on the Piscean Era & Fishbots
   Templars, Masons, Bilderbergs & Illuminati
   And more...!

Plus: Rumors of Possible Chefist Call-in!
And: CALL-INS: Gabbers, Gabblings & Civilians are all
Welcome to Call the Bella Line at: 215 488-7374
 
Come join the fun!

I was just joking. Want to lighten the load on you ... not that we don't have topics prepared. ha.

Website is getting there now, but be careful, there's glass and nails all about.

www.bella-haven.com

Hank

I'll be tuning in while traveling on behalf of the regional paper, like most mornings. It makes my route faster with great company to ride along!

It would be awesome to hear Clyde interview Art. Both of my favorites on the same show would have me missing a snooze again, like when MV was on Future Theater. :-)

Zenman

Quote from: WOTR on July 15, 2015, 11:27:39 PM
I actually know one of the top masons in the province... He lead a very regular life and worked a blue collar job (upper blue collar, but blue collar just the same.)  He lives in a mid-priced house in a quiet neighbourhood.  He is nice, and I know him and the other members spend quite a bit of time doing charity stuff.


I used to believe that there could be a conspiracy, some secret "take over the world" agenda.  Sadly, once I found out he was way up there in the lodge, I just cannot accept it as even a mild possibility.  I would not even be able to listen to Art interview somebody on the topic as it does not hold any interest for me anymore... I am positive that it is a group of older, mostly retired men who want to escape their families for a few hours, get together, enjoy life and give something to charity.

Yep, that's my take on it too, wotr. My experience is there's no nefarious, World domination objective type things going on, but I think they do definitely revel in the secrecy and conspiracy rumors and such. I'm pretty sure my dad did, anyway. I get the distinct impression it's pretty much mostly and older guy fraternity, and that's good. It helps keep them out of trouble.

Zenman

Quote from: nbirnes on July 15, 2015, 11:50:26 PM
I was just joking. Want to lighten the load on you ... not that we don't have topics prepared. ha.

Website is getting there now, but be careful, there's glass and nails all about.

www.bella-haven.com

Topics??  We don't need no stinking topics!!   ;D

SaucyRossy

Quote from: Zenman on July 16, 2015, 12:20:56 AM
Topics??  We don't need no stinking topics!!   ;D

btw i think you're avatar is from one of the most underrated westerns ever made.....

I could do an hour podcast just about this scene

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CzinPgsxokE

Zenman

Quote from: SaucyRossy on July 16, 2015, 12:57:55 AM
btw i think you're avatar is from one of the most underrated westerns ever made.....

I could do an hour podcast just about this scene

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CzinPgsxokE

Haven't seen it for a few years. I'm definitely putting it on my To Watch Again List. It is certainly a classic from the standpoint of how to create cinematic atmosphere no doubt.

SredniVashtar

Nancy was talking about sitting on lectures about fin de siecle Vienna the other day and couldn't remember the name of the lecturer. Was it Ernst Gombrich?

nbirnes

Quote from: SredniVashtar on July 16, 2015, 04:41:00 AM
Nancy was talking about sitting on lectures about fin de siecle Vienna the other day and couldn't remember the name of the lecturer. Was it Ernst Gombrich?

No, it was Carl Schorske, and it was a course I took for credit. It was one of the most popular audited classes that year and the visiters were lined up two deep to see his amazing personal slides and listen to the connections he was illuminating.

http://www.amazon.com/Fin-De-Siecle-Vienna-Politics-Carl-Schorske/dp/0394744780

Thanks for asking! You are especially astute re: Soundcloud and my editing scissors. So far, I haven't snipped anything except for Saucy's true identity, which will remain clouded in unknowing.

nbirnes

Quote from: SaucyRossy on July 16, 2015, 12:57:55 AM
btw i think you're avatar is from one of the most underrated westerns ever made.....

I could do an hour podcast just about this scene

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CzinPgsxokE

I'm so glad you posted this. Will have to see it. I thought the avatar was from the Tibet movie.

SredniVashtar

Quote from: nbirnes on July 16, 2015, 04:46:38 AM
No, it was Carl Schorske, and it was a course I took for credit. It was one of the most popular audited classes that year and the visiters were lined up two deep to see his amazing personal slides and listen to the connections he was illuminating.

http://www.amazon.com/Fin-De-Siecle-Vienna-Politics-Carl-Schorske/dp/0394744780

Thanks for asking! You are especially astute re: Soundcloud and my editing scissors. So far, I haven't snipped anything except for Saucy's true identity, which will remain clouded in unknowing.

Thank you for that. It's not a name I am familiar with so I shall see if I can pick up a copy of that book. I see the old boy is still alive too. It's interesting how - if you are lucky enough to find one - a good teacher can change your life. I'd put Leonard Bernstein's lectures on music in that category as well. They illustrate the old saying about education being 'a drawing out, not a putting in'. They plant seeds that grow throughout your life.

nbirnes

Quote from: SredniVashtar on July 16, 2015, 04:58:11 AM
Thank you for that. It's not a name I am familiar with so I shall see if I can pick up a copy of that book. I see the old boy is still alive too. It's interesting how - if you are lucky enough to find one - a good teacher can change your life. I'd put Leonard Bernstein's lectures on music in that category as well. They illustrate the old saying about education being 'a drawing out, not a putting in'. They plant seeds that grow throughout your life.

Absolutely! Where did you get a chance to hear Bernstein? My most influential is William Goyen, most known for "House of Breath," a classic rural Texas novel written by a runaway gay son. He was married most of his life to Doris Roberts from Everybody Loves Raymond.

He held my hopes and was a perfectly trustworthy, thoughtful man.

SredniVashtar

Quote from: nbirnes on July 16, 2015, 05:03:08 AM
Absolutely! Where did you get a chance to hear Bernstein? My most influential is William Goyen, most known for "House of Breath," a classic rural Texas novel written by a runaway gay son. He was married most of his life to Doris Roberts from Everybody Loves Raymond.

He held my hopes and was a perfectly trustworthy, thoughtful man.

Sadly only via the internet, with those amazing lectures he would give aimed at young people, introducing them to a subject they may not have had much knowledge/interest in, but doing it in a way that was full of content yet also made it accessible. For instance, he did a programme about how Beethoven struggled to get the first movement of his fifth symphony 'right' and took us through all his discarded thoughts. Simply brilliant and done in a way that didn't talk down to the audience. Later on he did the Harvard Norton Lectures, and took Chomsky's work on a universal language and developed that to talk about a universal musical language. He was an amazing man.

I mentioned Gombrich before as a wild guess because he was another formative influence on many people with his book The Story of Art. Also Kenneth Clark with the TV series Civilisation. One more, for me, would be the writer Anthony Burgess, who was interested in so many things, but conveyed in such an entertaining way that you come away having absorbed so much without being aware of it. I'm sure scholars could pick holes in their ideas and approach, but they start so many ideas going in your head that stay with you forever. And that is surely what education should be about, after all.

nbirnes

Quote from: Zenman on July 16, 2015, 12:20:56 AM
Topics??  We don't need no stinking topics!!   ;D

We do seem to come up with topics, even ones that Keith might find interesting. I've started taking notes on next broadcast, and so far I want to talk about what they're talking about in another thread: the Princeton EGG experiments. Taking notes for stuff to look up.

And I really want to find that Canadian who invented synchromysticism. He used to have a blog called The Sync Whole or perhaps contributed to it? He is known for making mash-ups of occult themes in modern movies, and he speaks with a lilting Australian accent. Anyone know of such a guy?

Oh! Here is Bella-Haven 12, with a Saucy appearance and an miserable attempt at remote-tarot.

https://soundcloud.com/psnradio/sets/bella-haven

Tomorrow I'll also give a link to the website for more listening options.

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