Memo to Verizon & Comcast, Sometimes Silence is Golden

You don't have to explain something you never said. President Calvin Coolidge With money tight and prospects for the economy doing worse I'm always on the lookout to save a buck. So when a vendor calling for Comcast said he could do something for my bill if I made a deal I was willing to … Continue reading Memo to Verizon & Comcast, Sometimes Silence is Golden

Obama’s Rockin New Year’s Eve Party (and New Year’s Hangover)

One of the nicest thing about the entire "Fiscal Cliff" business is it focuses us on the change that is coming in the 2nd term for President Obama. Granted the new congress doesn't convene until Thursday and the President's new term is twenty days off but the fiscal cliff deadline has clearly been painted in … Continue reading Obama’s Rockin New Year’s Eve Party (and New Year’s Hangover)

Fire Meet Gasoline

I'm prepared too, I have your home address and I noticed that your preparations are light on defensive weaponry. Dilbert July 31st 2011 Dryden: How did he die? James Bond: Your contact? Not well. Dryden: Made you feel it, did he? Well, you needn't worry. The second is... [Bond shoots Dryden] James Bond: Yes... considerably. … Continue reading Fire Meet Gasoline

Mea Culpa E-mail Glitch and Apologies to Evan, Paul & Kimberly

Do to an impending change in some background accounts into I detected an e-mail glitch, one of my accounts was not properly downloading my e-mails to my PC. Apparently this has been going on since mid November on this particular account, but because I get such a volume of e-mail from so many accounts this … Continue reading Mea Culpa E-mail Glitch and Apologies to Evan, Paul & Kimberly

Once upon a time in America there was a bill…

and the story of that bill was told in cartoon form... In those magical days congress worked in the following ways. The House would pass a bill. If the senate didn't like the house bill they would pass a bill of their own. And then the two bills would go to a conference committee and … Continue reading Once upon a time in America there was a bill…

DaTechGuy on DaRadio Sat 10 AM WCRN Larry Correia

Tomorrow on DaTechGuy on DaRadio we have two interesting topics in the 11 AM hour author Larry Correia will be joining us to talk about his Monster Hunter books but we will certanly be talking about his spectacular piece An Opinion on Gun Control the best treatment on the subject I've read. Before that we … Continue reading DaTechGuy on DaRadio Sat 10 AM WCRN Larry Correia

Go to the head of the Class

The Doctor must be behind it! I sense the vicious doctrine of egalitarianism, Hade! Doctor Who, The Sun Makers 1977 In my last post on the seeming willingness of Democrats to condone behavior against their foes that they would condemn if experienced by their friends I noted how familiar the arguments of those on the … Continue reading Go to the head of the Class

Quick Emergency Bleg Update: $230 down $370 to go

I was preparing a long term bleg/budget bill to figure out exactly how much the blog needs to generate to keep me in pixels and in my house for next year when I looked at the bills and saw that with the latest oil bill there simply isn't the money to pay it and the … Continue reading Quick Emergency Bleg Update: $230 down $370 to go

A Most Telling Sentence

Today during my stint as guest host for the WCRN Morning Show I mentioned a book I received for Christmas: Ships of Oak Guns of Iron the war of 1812 and the forging of the American Navy. As I took a look at it today I noticed a passage that jumped out at me from … Continue reading A Most Telling Sentence

DaTechGuy on DaMorning Drive Tomorrow 5-9 AM WCRN

Tomorrow is the third day of Christmas and we are going to have a doozy of a snow storm with winds and a bunch of White Stuff that we're all going to have to shovel in NE. But more importantly tomorrow I'll be joining Sherman Whitman to host the WCRN Morning Show 5 AM till … Continue reading DaTechGuy on DaMorning Drive Tomorrow 5-9 AM WCRN

Democrats and Dr. Stephens diagnosis

Daras: The Deputy Fuhrer is an authority on the genetics of racial purity. How do you classify this one? Melakon: [regarding Spock] Hm. Very difficult. Note the sinister eyes... and the malformed ears. Definitely an inferior race. Star Trek Patterns of Force 1968 "You shall not act dishonestly in rendering judgment. Show neither partiality to … Continue reading Democrats and Dr. Stephens diagnosis

To those on the left who still understand right and wrong…

...let me explain, in a way you can comprehend, why this article in the Journal News crosses a big line. On this 2nd day of Christmas lets pretend just for a moment that this map of legal Gun Owners in New York was not a map of Gun Owners and permit owners in the NY … Continue reading To those on the left who still understand right and wrong…

DaTechGuy Christmas Show Now Available!

My wife is at work and now that my sons are 19 & 21 they are crashed and still asleep on Christmas morning. But what's Christmas without a Christmas Special and if you missed my DaTechGuy Christmas Show With Bishop Reilly and Linda Binggeli have no fear, you can hear it here. And if you … Continue reading DaTechGuy Christmas Show Now Available!

The world can wait till after Christmas

You know I was preparing a long rant after the Sunday Shows when I remembered what day it was. After going full tilt during the election and with the oncoming "fiscal cliff bipartisian tax hikes and cuts coming there will be plenty to see come Wednesday. But you know, I think we can go a … Continue reading The world can wait till after Christmas

NRA traps & the Best Piece on Guns & Schools

I'd like to recommend two pieces on the NRA gun plan: First my piece for the Examiner The NRA Traps for the Left & the Right: The NRA is going to go forward advancing its plan no matter what anyone in the government says. There is only one question remaining, will the Republicans act quickly … Continue reading NRA traps & the Best Piece on Guns & Schools

DaTechGuy on DaRadio Christmas Show Bishop Reilly, Linda Binggelli and the Pope on Twitter

Today is our annual all Catholic Christmas show on DaTechGuy on DaRadio. In the first hour we talk to Linda Binggelli, she was one of three people whose questions the Pope answered in his initial tweets. In our second hour we have our taped interview with Bishop Reilly on the Church, the Year of faith … Continue reading DaTechGuy on DaRadio Christmas Show Bishop Reilly, Linda Binggelli and the Pope on Twitter

The NRA Plan: Where have I heard that before…

The NRA's Wayne LaPierre today: the National Rifle Association knows that there are millions of qualified active and retired police; active, reserve and retired military; security professionals; certified firefighters and rescue personnel; and an extraordinary corps of patriotic, trained qualified citizens to join with local school officials and police in devising a protection plan for … Continue reading The NRA Plan: Where have I heard that before…

Church Going Atheists…it’s for the Children

A couple of days ago I wrote this concerning Judeo Christian Culture... The truth is very simple, one of the things that Christianity and the Judeo Christian Culture provides is a society that has positive values. That individuals and institutions haven’t always lived up to those values doesn’t make the values any less valid than … Continue reading Church Going Atheists…it’s for the Children

A tale of two pols and two medias

Hey Guess what Charlie Crist decided he now believes as of yesterday: Former Florida Gov. Charlie Crist, who throughout his long political career has been staunchly pro-gun rights, said Wednesday that after the Connecticut school slayings, he now backs controls That quite a switch but the explanation is simple: Crist recently became a Democrat and … Continue reading A tale of two pols and two medias

Robert Bork becomes a “Good Republican”

One of the things I've noticed over time is one a republican is no longer a threat to democrats electorally the media suddenly finds nice things to say. At the New Republic we see this process up close. Before the hearings, Robert Bork had been renowned at Yale Law School, where he taught for nearly … Continue reading Robert Bork becomes a “Good Republican”