George !!!!! - Can have many meanings. But is usually interpreted as an
instruction for the host to agree with Hoagland or to compliment him.
If you had been following our work - Get ready for the Hoagland bullshit
nozzle to go into overdrive.
My good friend - Hoagland is about to name drop. Usually famous people.
My dear departed friend - Hoagland is about to name drop like a bastard.
Pedal to the metal. Be ready for some serious bullshit since the "dear departed
friend" is obviously dead. Therefore no checking up can take place.
MSNBC,CNN,CBS,FOX and all that - Hoagland name dropping news corporation
names attempting to legitimise himself by association.
Do you remember <insert some ancient fucking 1960's TV show> - Again
Hoagland waxing lyrical and saying six words when he could have used two.
Interpreted as a pathetic attempt to associate himself with TV from way
back as if he was an actual TV regular.
Stay tuned !!!!! - Keep buying into my shit until I come up with more shit.
This could change everything - Get ready for nothing to happen and Hoagland
to instantly forget and move onto the next thing that could change
What are the odds ? - Meaningless Hoagland mathematical drivel about to be
spouted. Hoagland again assuming his audience have the brains of a
lobotomized mouse (actually most of them do).
In our model - Hoagland loves to use sciency sounding terms. He loves to
use the word model, he really really loves to use the word model. He also
uses it because when one of his predictions yet again fails to materialise
Hoagland will say it was only a model.
If we are correct - Misuse of the Royal "we". Hoagland loves to give the
impression that he is heading up a huge team of scientists in a gleaming
office and lab complex. It is however just him. On his todd, on his
lonesome. So the use of the word "we" to describe himself in the singular
perhaps points to a superiority complex. Or maybe he just fancies the
Queen. Come to think of it she's one of the few people he has
mentioned on air without actually claiming to know them.
Back in my Cronkite days - I was Walter Cronkite's science adviser. Translates as "I used to be a fact checker for Cronkite on and off for two years."