Monday, April 23, 2012


Back in 2007 there was a flick called Zodiac, which was about the killings in California in the late sixties and early seventies. I had heard about it all but never had a proximity connection to the incidents so never had much interest in it to be honest.

Just watched this morning because I heard about it on Coast overnight because the guest was a webmaster of A stellar cast with Jake Gyllenhaal, Robert Downey Jr, Chloƫ Sevigny, Mark Ruffalo and Brian Cox, the effort attempts to dramatize the ugly San Francisco events back then. The movie was all right. It died in my estimation at the end just as most american movies just suck at the finale. It doesn't deserve the high movie database rating it has, but that's just me, the stellar cast absolutely did a fine job.

My main point is that last night the website commander was on Coast to Coast AM and talked about the incidents from over forty years ago. One might think that such arcane information would be fairly boring and not very interesting to listen to, since it happened such a while ago.

One would have been oh so wrong if one tuned into a Coast station, because George Knapp was the host. His preparation, acumen and ability to laser in on the subject matter at hand is positively brilliant, unlike George Noory who is just phoning it in at this point. I call Noory Mr Billboard for pimpmg any number of products and services. He sold out a long, long time ag. The only reason he's still the usual host of Cast to Coast AM is that he has good time management for the program and is willing to pimp the advertisers' widgets. He positively stinks at interviewing guests because his most pressing interest is to do his C2C job and draw his paycheck, and not to elicit information from whoever is on his show.

But thank you George Knapp for a fascinating show and a good movie title recommendation.
I can't be the only one recognizing your superior hosting capabilities.
If the PTB grasp the obvious you'd be the regular C2C host.
But the most important task is to sell widgets.


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