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Re: Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
« Reply #165 on: July 19, 2018, 05:50:22 PM »
Showtime people! Hugh Simpson is from the same small town that I am in Western North Carolina. That would be great, except for the fact that Hugh Simpson is a piece of shit with a documented history of hate speech and scams. He's a lonely old man using short ebooks to get on coast to hock services he cannot deliver. Here is an in-depth writeup on this moron:

http://hughsimpsonfraud.blogspot.com/

Y'all have fun, I'm gonna try and call in and blast this hack on air.

Omigod that's hilarious. The guy actually sounded like he really had those dome things for sale. Up until he told the caller who was worried if they had windows to be sure he researched some really expensive ones, like maybe windows weren't...included?

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Re: Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
« Reply #166 on: July 19, 2018, 09:27:10 PM »
Omigod that's hilarious. The guy actually sounded like he really had those dome things for sale. Up until he told the caller who was worried if they had windows to be sure he researched some really expensive ones, like maybe windows weren't...included?

It was great comedy last night listening to Hugh try to sell those domes, and George acting all Gomer Pyle the whole time. The only dome Hugh could realistically build is made of canvas and is found in the sporting goods section.


Also, I was laughing my ass off when he called Tails Linux a program.

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Re: Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
« Reply #167 on: July 20, 2018, 12:42:00 AM »

medical quackery/nutrition last time i tuned in, i tune in tonight and it's Tarot cards. just hopeless. Knapp and Punnett can find interesting guests but not ol' George, too busy developing his little vaudeville show, he's the next Al Jolson donchaknow.  :o

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Re: Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
« Reply #168 on: July 20, 2018, 11:23:47 AM »
And he auctioned himself off for a multiple sclerosis charity, only he called it MUSCULAR SCLEROSIS!! What a complete maroon.
The auction was to have the inestimable opportunity to have lunch with him. Pizza Rolls and convenience store turkey sammiches I suppose.
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Re: Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
« Reply #169 on: July 20, 2018, 02:41:07 PM »
Norry did a decent job of reading Drudge headlines last night.  ;)
At least the things hugh simpson says on his website seem true.

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Re: Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
« Reply #170 on: July 20, 2018, 04:22:05 PM »
medical quackery/nutrition last time i tuned in, i tune in tonight and it's Tarot cards. just hopeless. Knapp and Punnett can find interesting guests but not ol' George, too busy developing his little vaudeville show, he's the next Al Jolson donchaknow.  :o

Maybe he could combine the medical quackery/nutrition into the vaudeville show and pitch a big tent wherever he may wander. 

But can he preach, ala the old time revivals or medicine shows?  Norry shots, guaranteed to cue what ails you, and he will sing a tune or two.

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Re: Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
« Reply #171 on: July 20, 2018, 10:25:31 PM »
Norry is at it again!  Making money off of Coast listeners.  His newest income producing venture is selling tickets on a newly acquired tour bus for One Hundred Dollars a seat.

The bus has a name!  It is the Cat Ladies Caravan, and you can bring one cat, complete with litter scoop.  A litter ban is in the enclosed bath room and baggies are provided!

For Norry Live events the price goes up to Five Hundred Dollars a seat.  A free breakfast at I-HOp is provided with Norry and the Big One.  Tip is included.. . for Norry. 

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Re: Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
« Reply #172 on: July 21, 2018, 09:37:01 PM »
Recently too, right?

Do you remember him telling one of his female guests he wears thong underwear?

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Re: Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
« Reply #173 on: July 22, 2018, 08:52:03 PM »
Do you remember him telling one of his female guests he wears thong underwear?
If I knew what year that would help.  Something about that sounds familiar!

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Re: Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
« Reply #174 on: July 23, 2018, 03:57:26 AM »

this Coast promo I heard tonight is pure delicious cheese. Jorch is very sombre 'Things are tough folks' and then Uncle Jorch reassures his radio family 'But we'll get through it.'  What did I miss? Are we at war and our boys are being drafted and dying in foreign lands by the thousands? Are we in an economic depression? Drought? Famine? I guess people throwing shit at each other on social media over Trump is 'tough' times.

Ian subtly mocked Jorch the other night, somebody brought up one of Jorch's greatest hits, the 'people are acting strange, things just don't feel right' spiel. Ian laughed 'I don't get it. When weren't people acting strange?'

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Re: Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
« Reply #175 on: July 23, 2018, 04:28:01 PM »
this Coast promo I heard tonight is pure delicious cheese. Jorch is very sombre 'Things are tough folks' and then Uncle Jorch reassures his radio family 'But we'll get through it.'  What did I miss? Are we at war and our boys are being drafted and dying in foreign lands by the thousands? Are we in an economic depression? Drought? Famine? I guess people throwing shit at each other on social media over Trump is 'tough' times.

Ian subtly mocked Jorch the other night, somebody brought up one of Jorch's greatest hits, the 'people are acting strange, things just don't feel right' spiel. Ian laughed 'I don't get it. When weren't people acting strange?'
things have been tough for the working class over the last decade.  Until families can live on one income while one manages the home again, we are living substandard to even some parts of third world countries.  Until the military reconsiders Stop Loss, our soldiers are burned out mercenaries who are forbidden to have guns, never see their children and commit suicide with one leg.  No offense to any survivors - I'm bitter that an enlisted relative suffered so much with such poor support.  In the last ten years, banks failed, mortages failed, real estate tumbled, the stock market reduced investments to almost zero, off-shoring took jobs away, and families are doubling up, with housing shortages.  Foreclosures were the biggest newspaper section for almost a decade.  People can't pay their student loans, jeopardizing another financial infrastructure.  Our mental health system lost funding and put crazies back on the streets with no support.  Latch key children or children raised in daycare are growing up to commit ever-increasing mass murders.  Gang rape is happening, possibly by terrorists, in open, public gatherings abroad and hardly anyone seems to care.

The rest of you can go back to your perfect worlds now  ::).

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Re: Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
« Reply #176 on: July 23, 2018, 05:14:36 PM »
...Ian subtly mocked Jorch the other night, somebody brought up one of Jorch's greatest hits, the 'people are acting strange, things just don't feel right' spiel. Ian laughed 'I don't get it. When weren't people acting strange?'

Haha that's pretty good. 

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Re: Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
« Reply #177 on: July 23, 2018, 05:48:10 PM »
things have been tough for the working class over the last decade.  Until families can live on one income while one manages the home again, we are living substandard to even some parts of third world countries.  Until the military reconsiders Stop Loss, our soldiers are burned out mercenaries who are forbidden to have guns, never see their children and commit suicide with one leg.  No offense to any survivors - I'm bitter that an enlisted relative suffered so much with such poor support.  In the last ten years, banks failed, mortages failed, real estate tumbled, the stock market reduced investments to almost zero, off-shoring took jobs away, and families are doubling up, with housing shortages.  Foreclosures were the biggest newspaper section for almost a decade.  People can't pay their student loans, jeopardizing another financial infrastructure.  Our mental health system lost funding and put crazies back on the streets with no support.  Latch key children or children raised in daycare are growing up to commit ever-increasing mass murders.  Gang rape is happening, possibly by terrorists, in open, public gatherings abroad and hardly anyone seems to care.

The rest of you can go back to your perfect worlds now  ::).

My ray of Monday sunshine has arrived!

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Re: Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
« Reply #178 on: July 23, 2018, 09:25:06 PM »
things have been tough for the working class over the last decade.  Until families can live on one income while one manages the home again, we are living substandard to even some parts of third world countries.  Until the military reconsiders Stop Loss, our soldiers are burned out mercenaries who are forbidden to have guns, never see their children and commit suicide with one leg.  No offense to any survivors - I'm bitter that an enlisted relative suffered so much with such poor support.  In the last ten years, banks failed, mortages failed, real estate tumbled, the stock market reduced investments to almost zero, off-shoring took jobs away, and families are doubling up, with housing shortages.  Foreclosures were the biggest newspaper section for almost a decade.  People can't pay their student loans, jeopardizing another financial infrastructure.  Our mental health system lost funding and put crazies back on the streets with no support.  Latch key children or children raised in daycare are growing up to commit ever-increasing mass murders.  Gang rape is happening, possibly by terrorists, in open, public gatherings abroad and hardly anyone seems to care.

The rest of you can go back to your perfect worlds now  ::).

You need to get out more, it's summer, I see thousands and thousands of people in my city out enjoying street festivals, kids playing sports, concerts, food trucks with every kind of ethnic cuisine imaginable seem to be multiplying like rabbits - these aren't wealthy people, they are middle class and includes 'working class'.

There have always been problems - socialism does make the lives of the poor and sick easier but at the expense of a loss of liberty and a loss of innovation and progress and a decline in the wealth of a country. We can do better when it comes to those who are in need.

I believe good healthcare is a human right, Trump actually during the campaign said he'd provide healthcare for everyone and when asked who would pay for it he shrugged and smiled 'the government'. Trump would spend spend spend if not for the political party he 'borrowed' to make his run for the presidency.

Women want to work, feminism told them that being a stay at home mom was servitude to the patriarchy. Things weren't better in the past, other women took jobs to provide more for their kids, one income didn't provide enough to meet their wants and needs. People have and do more today than they did in my childhood in the 70s, very few working and middle class people traveled by air, vacations were car trips. A meal in a restaurant was not an everyday thing. Look around, restaurants everywhere, fast food, casual, upscale - who do you think is keeping them in business?

No young person should be lent money for a college education that doesn't have a good job waiting for them when they graduate. It's a disgrace that there are millions of 20 and 30 somethings who are $50,000 in debt with nothing to show for their time in college.

Are you employed? Do you have a family of your own?

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Re: Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
« Reply #179 on: July 24, 2018, 12:04:08 AM »
You need to get out more, it's summer, I see thousands and thousands of people in my city out enjoying street festivals, kids playing sports, concerts, food trucks with every kind of ethnic cuisine imaginable seem to be multiplying like rabbits - these aren't wealthy people, they are middle class and includes 'working class'.

There have always been problems - socialism does make the lives of the poor and sick easier but at the expense of a loss of liberty and a loss of innovation and progress and a decline in the wealth of a country. We can do better when it comes to those who are in need.

I believe good healthcare is a human right, Trump actually during the campaign said he'd provide healthcare for everyone and when asked who would pay for it he shrugged and smiled 'the government'. Trump would spend spend spend if not for the political party he 'borrowed' to make his run for the presidency.

Women want to work, feminism told them that being a stay at home mom was servitude to the patriarchy. Things weren't better in the past, other women took jobs to provide more for their kids, one income didn't provide enough to meet their wants and needs. People have and do more today than they did in my childhood in the 70s, very few working and middle class people traveled by air, vacations were car trips. A meal in a restaurant was not an everyday thing. Look around, restaurants everywhere, fast food, casual, upscale - who do you think is keeping them in business?

No young person should be lent money for a college education that doesn't have a good job waiting for them when they graduate. It's a disgrace that there are millions of 20 and 30 somethings who are $50,000 in debt with nothing to show for their time in college.

Are you employed? Do you have a family of your own?
Sounds like there are many people in your area making minimum wage as seasonal food servers.  The benefits can't be good, although they might get a meal,or a 50% off meal.  A family is poor if they can't afford to have someone manage the household and children/pets, regardless of gender.  Working people should not have to come home to dirty laundry and should not stay up doing dishes or bills.  They should have more time to hop in the hay, help their elders, volunteer, and not be so tired.  They should not spend their weekends trapped in a catch-22 between fun versus chores.

A $50,000 loan today will probably be $100K by the time the graduate is forty, if they don't land a job enabling them to get the loans paid.  A likely monthly payment for that loan would be $450/month.

Being employed is not enough.  Employment needs to be gainful and steady, not minimum wage or just for the summer at street festivals, just for election season, just until the boss' relative recovers from cancer, just until Mothers' Day is over (florist), just until the new CEO arrives, just until down-sizing again, just for tax season, just through the holidays to cover time offs, etc..

As far as having a family of my own, you mean like grandchildren?

As far as women wanting to work, the point is moot because women have always worked.  It is just a matter of whether or not the work is considered actual employment.  I don't know any working family that wouldn't like to have one spouse at home.