posted on Jun, 26 2008 @ 10:52 AM
Hey do you remember when that damn WORKER IN THE LIGHT book came out? Every freakin episode was full of George talking about how its available to buy
and he wants 'to get rid of them' blah blah. Then there was the 'steep discount' on amazon.com. Geez, from what I hear, the book was ridiculous.
Many Noory fans were upset with it, and anybody who researched it saw how bad it was.
Now I have had a problem with George Noory for quite some time, but it definitely escalated after his big contract with the network. It was like he
started to care even less, because he has a contract now. ANybody else notice this?
Art Bell is amazing. His voice is great, he has the perfect personality for the job. Art was interested in the topics, and actually listened to his
guests. Art would ask the right questions and if he was not getting the right answers, he would end the interview and go to open lines. This happened
when the guest was not the person they tried to make themselves look to be, or if their research was not really theirs, etc.
I have to agree with everyone who says that George cuts off the guests right when they are coming to the climax of what they are saying. He also makes
ridiculous and childish remarks, often at the worst times. He often asks the guest a question that they just got done answering. It is because he is
not listening to the guest at all! how can you call yourself a host when you are not even there mentally. In fact, he has even been caught physically
away from the mic. "Oh I had gone to get something" bullcrap. He is not involved at all, and rarely gives anything important to the conversation.
When George first came on to C2C, I actually liked him. He has since become a host that I can not stand. Oh, and I also agree with those who think
that he is full of himself. His ego is huge, and he does kiss too much @$$ trying to be liked by everyone.
Ian is alright. I did not used to like him, but he has grown on me. I think you need to get to know him a little first. His style is different, but
much better than George's.
The one solid point to all of this is that Art Bell is one person. Nobody is going to be the same, and all we can hope for is somebody who gets close.
I love listening to George Knapp and I think he is the best replacement for Art Bell. It is just too bad he only does a couple of shows a month.