DaTechGuy on DaRadio 10 AM EST WCRN (am 830) Kimberlin and Swatting goes National

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DaTechGuy on DaRadio 10 AM EST WCRN (am 830) Kimberlin and Swatting goes National

Today on DaT­e­chGuy on DaRa­dio we are talk­ing Swat­ting and the blog­ger day of silence (with a lit­tle of Wis­con­sin thrown in) with Ali Akbar in the first Hour and Stacy McCain in the 2nd hour as the story finally makes the MSM in a big way

Join us 10 a.m EST on AM 830 WCRN or online via wcrn​ra​dio​.com or TuneIn

And don’t for­get you can call in at 5084380965 or 8889-​FEDORA you can tweet us at #wcrn

It’s also nice to see the rest of the ter­res­trial media catch us to us blog­gers, even CNN cov­ered the story at last

Of course if you were lis­ten­ing to WCRN dur­ing the Memo­r­ial Day Morn­ing Drive you would have already heard the story.

If the story has become so big that CNN has finally decided to cover its own story then the endgame is near.

And yes I still advice state evi­dence for the Swat­ter before the rest of the left and the Kim­ber­lin crowd throws you under the bus…

…and they will.

Update: The time mag­a­zine story that Stacy Men­tioned The Wiz­ard of Odd can be found here.

Today on DaTechGuy on DaRadio we are talking Swatting and the blogger day of silence (with a little of Wisconsin thrown in) with Ali Akbar in the first Hour and Stacy McCain in the 2nd hour as the story finally makes the MSM in a big way

Join us 10 a.m EST on AM 830 WCRN or online via wcrnradio.com or TuneIn

And don’t forget you can call in at 508-438-0965 or 888-9-FEDORA you can tweet us at #wcrn

It’s also nice to see the rest of the terrestrial media catch us to us bloggers, even CNN covered the story at last

Of course if you were listening to WCRN during the Memorial Day Morning Drive you would have already heard the story.

If the story has become so big that CNN has finally decided to cover its own story then the endgame is near.

And yes I still advice state evidence for the Swatter before the rest of the left and the Kimberlin crowd throws you under the bus…

…and they will.

Update: The time magazine story that Stacy Mentioned The Wizard of Odd can be found here.