Coincidentally, next I listened to Chris and John Adams deconstruct and help dismiss the “jews did it” slogan of the last post’s audio repeats.
I think John may be implying at 42:00 that this site thinks everything is fake, blindly like the sites that say jews are behind all evil. I really don’t want to give that impression. Tell me if I am and we’ll see what we can do to convince otherwise.
I enjoy John Friend and Delcroix until the point that they blame everything on the jews. I am always ready to listen to who they think is behind the curtain, but they’ve never said anything to convince me jews are behind all that is evil any more than Bush convinces me that muslims flew planes into the twin towers.
They do talk quite a bit about September Clues in this audio, with the odd mention of fakeologist.com….
Delcroix runs a similar good quality audio setup to mine, and he apparently rescued John from blogtalkradio. It looks like he has a radio network going too. Hopefully he will put up a feed for the audios, as they’re hard to find. Mine are linked on the right near the bottom.
Please continue your good help good readers. Another anon question.
Hi, Ab. Love your site and radio show. I listened to one show recently where you referred to previous show where the topic was actors in movies and why certain actors have been used repeatedly, etc. Which episode was this? I can’t remember exactly what you said but I’m thinking someone’s name, Horse-something or other, was involved? Sorry to be so vague, lol.
NB: we lost the evening’s audiochat – because none of the audiochatters recorded it! In teamspeak, click tools/start recording. I now have a backup to the recorder, but I request everyone in the chat record, and also the last one out send me the teamspeak chat with all the links.
Orillia’s a small town. Surely someone must be able to vouch for the veracity of this win. Looking at the odd (photoslop?) photo, looks like he needs to buy some teeth before his waterfront house. I added the last two digits of his winning amount to his name to get today’s catchy title.
John Mason’s first act of generosity after learning he’d won more than $20 million?
“I tipped the cab driver,” says the 75-year-old Orillia man.