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Dr. Conspiracy guest appearance on TACD

I’m scheduled for a 15-minute guest slot on The American Complaint Department show on Blog Talk Radio. The slot is at 11:45 PM EST on February 19. I’m not quite sure how to handle myself around a bunch of liberals, but we’ll see how it goes.

It’s the day after, and the brief appearance went sort of OK, but Blog Talk Radio had many technical problems and eventually crashed after 15 minutes. I’m on at 49:13. (FYI, here’s the link to the Operation Stormcell video mentioned by the previous caller.)

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I was contacted by TACD upon the recommendation of Al Halbert, writer for the Western Center for Journalism, and a former TACD guest.

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6 Responses to Dr. Conspiracy guest appearance on TACD

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    Reality Check February 17, 2013 at 11:07 am #

    Thanks for the heads up. Their BTR page doesn’t show anything for Tuesday night but I am sure they will add it. I started following their show on Blog Talk so I can get a reminder email. The timing is perfect since it is after RC Radio.

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    Dr. Conspiracy February 18, 2013 at 8:21 am #

    They have added it:

    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/the-american-complaint-department/2013/02/20/the-american-complaint-department-1

    Reality Check: Their BTR page doesn’t show anything for Tuesday night but I am sure they will add it.

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    Graham Shevlin February 18, 2013 at 11:53 am #

    Watching the current brown stuff being hurled around the TwitterSphere, I am seeing a total lack of understanding of the process by which SCOTUS operates. The allegation du jour is that the clerks of the Supreme Court are withholding Orly’s pleadings for the Stay petition. Clearly, the people writing this crap are pre-building their explanation for when the Stay petition is Denied. Never mind the fact that the pleadings are irrelevant to the substance of the Stay petition. Wouldn’t want to let reality intrude here would we?

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    justlw February 18, 2013 at 12:47 pm #

    Dr. Conspiracy: OMG, they had Al Halbert on:

    Wasn’t familiar with the name. A brief poke around the intratubes quickly turned up a lovely screed about FEMA camps, so I guess that gets me up to speed on him.

    I didn’t listen to the ‘cast, but I did enjoy its capsule:

    We will also be discussing, using the bible to swear in, does it mean what it used to?

    A: No. In this modern scientific era we can instead simply check the electee’s lapel for the mandatory flag pin, and immediately quantify their fealty by its size.

    Was this Manti Teo hoax planned or was he an innocent victim?

    A: He want to Punahou. Do we need to say more?

    Since Obama is trying to ban assault rifles, is it Kosher for him to have them protect him and his family?

    A: You need to check each individual weapon for a hechsher.

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    Rickey February 18, 2013 at 8:01 pm #

    Graham Shevlin:
    Watching the current brown stuff being hurled around the TwitterSphere, I am seeing a total lack of understanding of the process by which SCOTUS operates. The allegation du jour is that the clerks of the Supreme Court are withholding Orly’s pleadings for the Stay petition. Clearly, the people writing this crap are pre-building their explanation for when the Stay petition is Denied. Never mind the fact that the pleadings are irrelevant to the substance of the Stay petition. Wouldn’t want to let reality intrude here would we?

    Per SCOTUS rules, supplemental briefs must be limited to 15 pages. Orly’s is 63 pages. I’m sure that it was rejected immediately for failure to comply with the rules.

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