posted on Jun, 26 2008 @ 01:44 AM
I'm also a streamlink member and I generally listen to the MP3 of the previous night's show the next day.
I like both Art and George Noory. My only real complaint about George might be the thing that makes him a great fit for C2C's oddball topics, and
that's the fact that he seems almost too agreeable. I'm a very blunt person (more than one occassion I've been called an A-hole, a tag I wear with
pride) and Art struck me as being much the same in his old recordings. He dealt with topics that were obviously crap with a condescending manner
which was so subtle the guests usually never caught on.
Noory, on the other hand, lives the topic in his imagination. Someone could get on the show and say the Innunaki came to him in a dream and said
humans would sprout an extra set of legs starting next thursday. George doesn't say "If that happens, then what..." he says "What will happen
after we've sprouted this extra set of legs?" It is irritating to me because, as I have already said in a topic about Steve Quayle and even one of
my main issues with Alex Jones (albeit to a much lesser degree) & Rense, it utterly crushes your credibillity when you adhere to the concept that you
must seem to believe in any alternative topic, no matter how ridiculous it seems. Art rarely made himself appear gullible and never made himself look
like a fool. George seems to be all too willing to fall into quiet voiced "that is fascinating!" mode when a caller talks about how George Bush is
a hermaphroditic reptillian giant with a holographic projector on his belt to make sure he always looks human.
As for Ian... well, I didn't like Ian until he had Steve Quayle on a few months ago and proved he has a set by calling Quayle out. That built a
healthy respect for him with me. Knapp is another guy who I enjoy listening to if for no other reason than his "realness."
By far and away the worst guest host they have had is Rolleye James. She's got that 3 pack a day NOW spokesgal voice working and just works on my