|Current mood:|| depressed|
|Current music:||Christopher Jordan, WSAR Fall River, MA. April, 1974|
Today's Random Coast Notes
If you're paying lots of attention to the time and date stamps, you'll notice that this isn't Today's Random Coast Notes because I'm talking about this morning's, Sunday, Coast but it's dated yesterday which was Saturday and you find yourself at yet another of life's many crossroads where you have to make a choice.
You must, as my friend Al put it, choose to see everything in life as a miracle or nothing as a miracle. So you can assume that through some high tech 100% naturally magical but enticingly psychic, mystical, time traveling, remote viewing means, I have visited the future and am reporting it to you a full day in advance, despite what the update time stamp says.
Or you can declare it yet another scam. And later, while you are in the process of blowing out your brains because life is so ultimately disappointing, dishonest, unfair and boring, don't come crying to me. I gave you a viable alternative and you chose not to exercise it. This is all your fault. Life is terrible and unbearable because you will it to be that way.
You are the source of all evil but never mind that, let's talk about this morning's Coast. It was well hosted and guested all the way through. From Howard Bloom to William Whitecloud. While being fair and well balanced the whole time. I don't know if you've hosted an overnight paranormal radio show lately, but if you haven't...And I know that most of you haven't since Art Bell's last retirement before this current one when everyone in the world hosted Coast at least once...but that's not an easy feat to pull off.
And John B. Wells (http://www.coasttocoastam.com/pages/john-b-wells) tantalized us even further by announcing that the Doomsday Clock (http://www.thebulletin.org/content/doomsday-clock/overview) has been moved one minute closer to midnight and we now have to wait only five minutes.
Well, five minutes by physics standards, which are totally different from ordinary minutes but still, one minute closer on any scale is one minute closer. Maybe the wussies in Iran and Saudi Arabia are finally going to push the button. And speaking of button pushing, I would love to hang out here all day but I have to go push the button on my time machine again and listen to Art Bell talk about Hell with someone who's been there (http://www.coasttocoastam.com/show/2012/02/18/art) on May 3, 2001. I suggest you do the same. But I will leave you with one more thing Al once said, "Now he has departed from this strange world a little ahead of me. That means nothing. People like us, who believe in physics, know that the distinction between past, present, and future is only a stubbornly persistent illusion."