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Originally posted by Macabees
reply to post by kroms33
This was one of the last posts I saw before GLP went down. Someone posted an article for everyone to get to work and find the lady's testimony.
Originally posted by Ben81
Nice find by orinoco4
the woman who called to the alex jone show
is in this coast to coast interview
edit on 2/6/2011 by Ben81 because: (no reason given)
David Earl Beach (born May 4, 1959) is a nationally recognized, award-winning advertising sales director, and gay activist.
For more than 30 years, David Beach was a very successful advertising sales professional who was associated with the L.A. Weekly, GQ Magazine, The Advocate, Frontiers Newsmagazine and Out Front Colorado in Denver.
Without any professional sales training Beach became the L.A. Weekly's top producer after only two years while he was attending college. His reputation for being a bold go-getter landed him landmark advertising accounts in the Los Angeles press which followed him into gay press. These national clients were the first to recognise the gay and lesbian demographic which transformed gay communities from coast to coast.
Beach continued to sell advertising in Los Angeles and made friends with television producers and their crews. He was offered the opportunity to work as assistant for Production Designer Ed Stephenson for the 80's hit tv show "The Golden Girls" while still selling ads during the day.
None of his employers or co-workers knew of his second career. But Beach's many tv and film projects are documented in the imdb.com website.
Today, David Beach is retired. But is a owning partner of a creative development and production company in Los Angeles, California that bears his name. His company is called "DAVID BEACH MEDIA, LLC." His business and list of corporate tv/film projects are documented on the website www.productionhub.com.
David Beach is currently retired and resides in Costa Rica.
Primary email is: email@example.com
David Beach’s Specialties:
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I wrote David asking if he had the dates mixed up because I have the raw audio from the Alex Jones Show for the 27th and 28th. I just wanted to hear the lady talk about the polar shift on March 15th myself. He was defensive in his response then a few hours later he deleted his channel. I listened to both raw stream recordings from both days and Alex Jones didn't take any calls from any listeners both days since they were huge news days and full of guests. Nothing edited out and full 3 hour shows to the second. I'm so glad Montagraph wrapped it up because it pissed me off that I wasted time on it. I'm certain the fellow has several You Tube identities. Just thought I'd document this as part of the fraud.
Originally posted by mcfc2012
How does anyone actually know that David aka retired guy, sweaty guy, shi** shirt guy has been arrested?!
Originally posted by spikey
reply to post by BlackOps719
Everyone who's been on this site for more than five minutes will know there are plenty of nuts with 'end of the world is around the corner' type theories, but what is making people suspicious and take notice here, is that many people, including a number of members from ATS have contacted AJ or his show, and requested clarification of this story.
The silence is deafening.
That's why people are looking deeper into this issue, not because most of us fall into quivering heaps of fear on the floor, but because this is unusual and may have something 'real' behind it.
It's not about being fearful, it's about getting to the facts of the matter, and it's also about having an opportunity to prepare and get the hell outta the way, *if* there happens to be any truth attached!
Originally posted by Human_Alien
reply to post by 9Cib27
Here ya go. There's no woman. This was a complete 3 hour broadcast. No edits.
Not sure what else people are looking for?
I just hate to see people getting caught up with hoaxes. And then when they do, I hate to see them get stuck within them (due to their pride of being wrong or... because they really want the hoax to be real. I was being called a 'hater' by the OP in the other thread because I was showing him how this is a sham.
If I am the 'hater' then who are the people wanting this to happen, lovers of life?
I get moments away from leaving too. This is a great forum but the immaturity is overwhelming at times. Is there an age limit to join (not that anyone can prove your age)?
Maybe there should be an age cap to stay then! Cause my patience seems to run short as I get older especially dealing with ATS toddlers.
Administration Facebook emphatically denied the spreading of information about the imminent closure of the popular social network. informs CNN, which asked for a comment to the Director of Corporate Communications, Facebook, Larry Yu.
Journalists asked Larry Yu, is it true that Facebook will stop working on March 15, as mentioned in the media.
“The answer is no. We ask you to help us put an end to [spread] of this nonsense,” – said Larry Yu and added that he has no document on the possible closure of the site, so he and his team will continue the work.
(Mashable) — There’s a silly rumor exploding on the Internet this weekend, alleging that Facebook is shutting down on March 15 because CEO Mark Zuckerberg “wants his old life back,” and desires to “put an end to all the madness.”
We have official confirmation from Facebook Director of Corporate Communications Larry Yu that the rumor is false.