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A conservative talk show host who took over for Art Bell when he 'retired.' He has the intelligence of a gnat, and has written a cheesy book "Secrets of the Universe" or something or other, and peddles his parnormal idiocy at night to scare people into becoming neocons.
George Noory is on the air at 11 PM/1 AM depending on where you live, and most often interviews phony psychics.
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The religion of one of David Lynch's characters in the movie, BLUE VEVET, named Frank Booth. Portrayed by Dennis Hopper, Frank Booth inhales nitrous oxide from a cannister. It puts him into a psychotic trance, thus, "Trance and Dental" the dental, coming from the use of nitrous oxide at the dentist. David Lynch is out of his mind, claiming that if we give him(Maharishi Yogi) 7 Billion Dollars, that this will some how bring about world peace is beyond insane. Fortunately, we already know David Lynch IS insane.
Trance & Dental Medication will make you higher than David Lynch when he's meditating while smoking American Spirit cigarettes.
by sternwise October 2, 2006
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Detective Bob Giebelhouse in the television series coined the phrase. It refers to something which is disturbingly portentous, foreboding, a crime with undertones referring possibly to a coming apocalypse, or evidence of it. 1.Something "Frank Black" would investigate.
2.Something the "Millennium Group" would be interested in.
3.A crime which seems to have overtones of the occult, or the apocalypse.
"This case seems Millenniumistic."
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A filmmaker. He smokes two packs of American Spirit cigarettes a day, and meditates. He has recently requested 7 Billion dollars in donations to 'create world peace.' David Lynch's movies are creepy, lifeless, and disturbing. So is David Lynch. He preaches that meditation and learning how to breath better will calm you down, make you more intelligent and allow you to 'create.' What nobody is sure of is if he is referring to smoking cigarettes or not. While he does worship Maharishi Yogi, the inventor of "Transcendental Meditation" and has recently been campaigning for him to obtain 7 billion dollars, no one is certain how cigarettes make you breath better, but we know they certainly calm you down, and there is no scientific evidence that cigarettes make you any more intelligent than meditation. David Lynch is also an artist who creates exhibits out of moldy cheese, dead animal parts, dead bugs and rotten food.
"David Lynch is crazier than the characters in one of his movies."
by sternwise October 2, 2006
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The second worst movie ever made. The worst being Steven Spielberg's "War of the Worlds."

Also Known as "Star Wars Episode I" or The Phantom Menace. Due to the introduction of a 2 hour pod-race, and the CGI character "Jar Jar Binks" George Lucas is known as the dumbest director in the history of cinema.

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1.Wears blue tights, red underwear, a red cape, red boots and big red "S" on his chest. Also known as "Kal El" or "Cal Al" or "Kel El" among other misspellings and pronunciations. From the planet Krypton. Aparently gay, if you've seen the latest film, "Superman Returns."

2.a term used by Hitler and the german Nazi political/religious power of the 1930s to refer to the Aryan race. This fictitious 'master race' was invented by Madame Helena Blavatski, a Theosophist, who pushed her racist agendas in her many occult/paranormal books published a century ago. Hitler had read several of these book, especially "The Secret Doctrine" which suggested the Aryan Race was a 'super-evolved' type of people on earth. Blavatski, Guido von List, and Heinrich Himmler, among others subscribed to the idea of the 'aryan superman' and that Jews were an alien race. They floated conspiracy theories about Jews, Gypsies, and other races to promote their right wing agendas, but it is important to note, they believed in these theories.

3.a fictitious character in the series of novels by Jack Z. Armstrong written in the 1920s, who was made of chalk, and performed miracles on tuesdays, thursdays and fridays, when the sun wasn't shining in the presence of monkeys while they were eating. These novels called the "Dunsenheim Adventures" were purportedly channelled by Armstrong from what he referred to as 'aliens from the zo-klu-ti-mus dimension.' He copied these stories on to carbon paper and then held them up to a mirror and then typed his manuscripts. Armstrong died in 1956 from cervical cancer.
Look, up in the sky, its a turd, its a plane, its Superman!
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A derogatory term for a Freemason. Freemason initiations involve 'hoodwinking' or blindfolding the initiate, and telling him all kinds of hocus pocus. Thus, every Mason is a hoodwinker in turn.
Those hoodwinkers are having their pancake breakfast again down at the Masonic Temple.
by sternwise October 1, 2006
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