Well, I vehemently disagree with everyone here. Child predators can easily be rehabilitated. The human brain can always be readjusted. While capable of lifelong imprints, it is, according to the latest research on neurogenesis, a fantastically plastic organ and not nearly as static as once believed. I can't cite all the facts and I may not be as aware of the various statistics, but I know without a doubt I am correct.
Even as recently as last month, I was in personal communication with the two brilliant men responsible for the groundbreaking application and I listened adroitly as they expounded on their successful project. They illustrated, with deadly accuracy, their well tested theory and the application of the healing neural probe.
I will refrain from getting into a useless electronic catfight here about it, so you may Google them at your leisure.... Then you will know the unadulterated truth - that Drs. Smith and Wesson have a 100% cure rate. I am confident your personal research will prove me right and that I can convert the non-believers present in this forum.
I've never seen such a coagulation of pessimists, but I do have faith in you and that is why I returned to share the above information.
(Not to mention Vandevan bribing me with the promise of a wholesome family picnic beneath the St. Louis Arch if I would but stir things up a bit "In that Cam-style you do" he said, "because whatever you're doing is generating a nice, but anomalous web traffic spike. Are those black ops suits after you again, Cam? Are they aggressively trolling the site? What did you do? Did you piss someone off at The Lone Gunmen Convention again?")
Now back to the topic of these fucking perpetually dying light bulbs if I may.....
Has it not occurred to the Great Snoremeister that he should order his bulbs from C Crane Company? You know, the bulbs that last practically forever ... the bulbs they once pushed so hard mid-interview on show after show?
What, precisely, is up with Noory not making that choice? Doesn't it reflect badly on C Crane Company that George doesn't utilize their miraculous products? Has the C Crane Company/Coast to Coast relationship deteriorated? It may have. I am a bit out of the C2C loop, what with evading various authorities so much.
I suppose he could blame it on the "fixtures" not taking X type of bulb, but what with the claimed frequency of bulb changing going on, I'm inclined to believe they are not fluorescent long tubes burning out. If they are indeed basic incandescent bulbs, then what better commercial for C Crane's LED bulbs? If it's halogen track lighting, then let C Crane pony up the remodel for LED spotlights.
This could be C Crane Company's golden moment of intervention. What am I missing here?
(Were it up to me, I would have George's "somewhere deep underground" location fitted with mystical argon gas tube workings of a decidedly Jules Verne/Captain Nemo/Nautilus derivation, replete with submarine doors - but that's just me and my romantic side. I'm afraid I've enjoyed one too many viewings of Cy Endfield's and Ray Harryhausen's "The Mysterious Island." But who can forget the ineffable Herbert Lom rising from the sea as Captain Nemo? What a fantastic old Sci Fi flick. I fear the 94 year old Lom is not long of this Earth, so out of respect, consider viewing and appreciating this classic while he lives and do so SOON. Harryhausen's brilliant stop motion in this film blows CGI out of the water if approached in the correct "frame of mind." Get it? Did you notice that? "Frame of mind?" Even now, I can see that promised Vandevan Family picnic under the Gateway to the West as if it were already occurring, such is the magnetic power of my soon to be rewarded prose.)
Did someone say something?
Anyway, back to the light bulbs. It sounds like a win-win-win situation to me - especially for the listeners who wouldn't have to suffer through the burned out bulb story ever again. (assuming CCC's products held up. That would be even more entertaining if George complained that CCC's bulbs "keep burning out! I don't understand it! I donít understand it at alllll!")
(P.S. I half suspect George is hinting to his audience that his aggressively acute telekinetic ability is blowing out the current bulbs. He just can't help it! Too... much... power.... Too ... much.... VRIL....)