Skip to comments.Premiere Reacts To WABC's Cancellation Of 'Coast To Coast AM'
Posted on 02/08/2010 10:33:38 PM PST by Dajjal
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I find Coast-to-Coast hilarious. I like the I-was-abducted-by-aliens and the future-seers, but my second favorite is the-Republicans-are-Illuminati crowd. And it has the best bumper music ever.
Listen now, fabulously hilarious. Satellites are beaming “audio-to-skull”! Get yer aluminum foil hats on pronto!
It’s a conspiracy!
Noory is an Obama apologist. Started before the Nov elections and kept chanting “hope and change” and all that moronic talking points. BUT I never miss his Halloween show. The night demon in the house of an unbelieving father who mocked his daughters’ story was epic.
I love coast to coast, its the only thing that keeps me awake when I am driving at night. It is hilarious.
Back when Art was at the mic, that was true. Since Noory took over, the bumper music has absolutely sucked. Like Savage, he's stuck on old 50's era stuff that few in his audience really enjoy.
Kind of weird how that works.
If you want to stay awake it keeps your mind occupied.
But if you’re having trouble getting to sleep, you can listen and that will work too. I think it’s all the boring commercials that put me to sleep.
Noory is an interesting person. He has to be very open-minded in order not to go crazy with some of the people he has on his show.
A few are conservative, such as Jerry Corsi, who talks not only about Obama’s background, but also on Iran’s nuclear weapons program, the source of oil in the earth, the economy, and the environment.
Ian Punit is a leftist junior wacko. Art Bell is Art Bell.
Now, did I just see a shadow person cross the room behind me?
That was just one of those silent black helicopters flying over.
I catch "Coast to Coast" every now and then if I'm driving home from somewhere when it's on. I've been listening sporadically for years.
I'm sorry to hear it's being canceled; I'll miss it.
I just changed stations. a re-broadcast of Mark Levin and in a few minutes ditto John Gibson.
Noory regularly has guests attacking the "Nazi" Bush family -- even a year after Bush left office! (At least once.) Likely this guest will say that Bush left the silverware alone but stole the technology to project voices. :)
Alex Jones was a virtual co-host with Bush tales. He's rarely mentioned anymore -- though once he was on so that an angry Noory could lambaste him for making Obama.. er, excuse me, PRESIDENT Obama look bad in a story on Jones' web site. To be fair, I believe Jones was permitted weeks later to talk about his Obama government video.
Regular guest Jerome Corsi was not a Bush basher but he was a critic -- Noory refused to let him talk about Obama Nation unless others could be there to refute the book.
Noory is ten years younger than me. So I assume he's a FDR Democrat -- patriotic, loves America but hates "Daddy Warbucks" Republicans.
There are limits.. Noory refused to let Corsi talk about Obama Nation unless others could be there to refute the book. I heard Noory say that. I am not aware that he's changed -- though he may be starting to wonder about that hopey-changy stuff.
My sentiments exactly. I stopped listening when Art left. George's bumper music sucks big time. Just like George.
Art did have better bumper music, too. I like Ian Punit, he catches the interesting points in interviews George will let go.
I do like the anti-inflamatory Tumeric spice report, though.
I tune in every night. I sometimes change stations but mostly I'm asleep within an hour,
Often there are current events programming, legit scientists and experts. It is not always UFOs -- never was.
Art Bell had Ruby Ridge and Waco stuff that helped FORCE Congress to hold real hearings.
Later Bell was out in front with OKC and Jayna Davis', et al investigations. Bell helped attack Clinton's efforts to trash the Second Amendment - and had perhaps the most memorable show I've heard in almost seventy years. It was with Emily (I'd have to look up her last name). She was politically active in Hong Kong and was a guest just before Red China took over. She was staying on to battle for democracy while others were fleeing.
I've emailed Art Bell twice asking him to get her on again now years after the take over. A news item I found a few years ago said that she and others were on the Commies' list of enemies. But Bell gets thousands of emails -- oh well.
Listening to them right now....
George has improved somewhat over the years, but he’s still Chinese plastic, to Art’s Brazilian mahogany.
I mostly only listen on weekends now, when Ian and others are at the mic. They’re not quite as irritating as George is.
What I’ve really gotten into on late weeknights is the Midnight Radio Network (the trucking show). The hosts really get into the political scene, and have a strong conservative bent.
I like them better than everyone on daytime talk radio, except Rush. They’re terrific.
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