Robert Stacy McCain in Mass: Day 4: Buffet Books and Blather

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Robert Stacy McCain in Mass: Day 4: Buffet Books and Blather

Since Robert Stacy McCain’s arrival cir­cum­stances and sleep pat­terns had not made daily mass pos­si­ble but when I woke up around 7:45 AM still a tad groggy and wor­ry­ing about the poten­tial lack of a pro­jec­tor I decided if there was ever a day I wanted to make daily mass it was this one, so I threw on the near­est clothes I had and rushed down to the church in hopes of mak­ing the 8 AM daily mass.

After a bless­ing from father post mass I decided that while we had plan B in place it would be a good idea to do what I could to guar­an­tee plan A. I hit the road tak­ing advan­tage of the time to squeeze in as many of my sixty daily decades of the Rosary as I could before I was too occu­pied to pray. My first stop was Wal­Mart which had sev­eral such pro­jec­tors for sale online at a very good price but when I got there I dis­cov­ered (not to my sur­prise btw) that while I could order one and have it in the story by Tues­day they didn’t carry them in stock. I then hit three other rental places none of which car­ried lap­top pro­jec­tor when a glim­mer of an idea hit me, at Rent a Cen­ter they rented mon­ster flat screens at $49 a month. After talk­ing to the man­ager and telling him my sit­u­a­tion he made me a deal, if I called him before noon he could have one deliv­ered to Tang Dynasty for 1 PM so that Stacy’s Slide show could be seen. This gave me a Plan C to go along with my plan B so when I got home I knew that at least one poten­tial fire was out and I informed Stacy who was now awake of same.

Grab­bing a quick shower and chang­ing into my suit I headed down to Tang around 10:30 AM not only find­ing Mike Rogers of Gran­ite Grok and Matt O’Brien of the Worces­ter Tea Party already there but dis­cov­er­ing that all the wor­ries about pro­jec­tors had been for naught as Skip was able to get all the equip­ment includ­ing a pro­jec­tor to Mike before he left.

Going inside I found there had been one change, the Buf­fet area was set up next to the check-​in table rather than at the Sushi bar, it turned out to be a wise move for easy access and I dis­cov­ered that our lack of a pro­jec­tor was replaced with a dif­fer­ent issue, the lack of a screen. Our plan A was to use the reverse of the Worces­ter Tea Party ban­ner when it hit me that back in the house some­where my old DaT­e­chGuy on DaRa­dio ban­ner was bop­ping around. After being sure that all was pro­ceed­ing smoothly at the venue I headed back home able to tell Stacy the pro­jec­tor prob­lem was solved.

Now the only prob­lem was herd­ing Stacy out on time some­thing that any­one famil­iar with the erst­while Mr. McCain knows is not as easy as it sounds and the fact that I man­aged to catch my suit paints on some­thing and rip a huge gash in them and had to affect a quick change didn’t speed things up but by 11:45 Robert Stacy McCain, my youngest son and myself pulled in to see his name in lights. The Worces­ter Tea Party’s res­i­dent radio talk host Christo­pher Maider had arrived with the promised elec­tric sign and Pat Humpheries of the Boston Tea Party had brought a pro­jec­tor screen so the last of the road­blocks had been overcome.

But as any­one could tell you who has put on such an event, road blocks con­tin­ues to crop up, there was a delay in both the food and some delay in the equip­ment setup how­ever that not only allowed addi­tional peo­ple to get to the event with­out miss­ing the meal but it gave peo­ple a chance to schmooze a bit both with Stacy McCain and each other. Of par­tic­u­lar inter­est was Dianne Ploss of Act For Amer­ica who had been a late addi­tion to the pro­gram due to the can­cel­la­tion of Act’s nation­wide events and proved par­tic­u­larly pop­u­lar with the assem­bled guests. It was dur­ing these moments that Matt O’Brien’s exper­tise in this kind of thing

really paid div­i­dends. By 12:35 the major­ity of the Buf­fet was laid out (and the sushi nearly so) and I was able to announce to the assem­bled guests that food was served.

The response to the food was incred­i­ble. Peo­ple sim­ply gushed over both the vari­ety of the food (fif­teen dif­fer­ent items not count­ing vari­a­tions in sushi were offered from the stan­dard bone­less spareribs, chicken fin­gers, wings and Gen­eral Cho’s chicken to the Curry , Dumplings and the house spe­cialty coconut shrimp) the qual­ity which was to be expected by any­one famil­iar with Tang Dynasty, and the quan­tity as they were informed that the buf­fet was not only all you could eat but would refilled and avail­able through­out the pro­gram if any­one wanted just one more bite. The real les­son here was the hid­den advan­tage of an all you can eat buf­fet served at the start of an event which is if technical/​setup issues crop up it give the crew a chance to iron them out and Mike and Chris used said advan­tage to its fullest extent of this before join­ing the end of the line to eat so that when Stacy was ready to go, so was were they.

Around 1:15 or 1:30 it was time to being and Emcee John Weston came to the front and the meat of the event began. Both the Worces­ter Tea Party and Gran­ite Grok were film­ing, the Worces­ter tea Party to the left of the table and the Groksters who also livestreamed the event as it hap­pened for those who did not live close enough to come, on the right. It is the Grok video that I link here.

The Worces­ter Tea Party’s cam­eras were set up to the left of Stacy (when fac­ing him) and the Grok Cam­eras which were live stream­ing to the right. I didn’t care much for Stacy’s open­ing joke on the death of Kate Mil­let that morn­ing which was far infe­rior to his excel­lent post on the sub­ject that he wrote that evening that I quote here:

While other fem­i­nists (notably Adri­enne Rich) made inter­est­ing argu­ments about the social pres­sures that led les­bians into such shams as Millett’s mar­riage (her hus­band, Fumio Yoshimura, was a Japan­ese avant-​garde sculp­tor), this wasn’t men­tioned in the book that made Mil­lett famous, nor did she dis­close her les­bian­ism to Time mag­a­zine or in any of the other press cov­er­age that accom­pa­nied pub­li­ca­tion of Sex­ual Pol­i­tics. Millett’s anti-​male argu­ments, which had been pre­sented to the main­stream press as being made by a het­ero­sex­ual woman with a hus­band, took on a whole new mean­ing in light of the rev­e­la­tion of her les­bian­ism. It was some­what like the dis­cov­ery that Rev. Ted Hag­gard was hook­ing up with rent­boys.…Peo­ple who are suc­cess­ful and happy with their lives, or who at least are able to cope with their dis­ap­point­ments, do not write rad­i­cal man­i­festos denounc­ing “soci­ety,” nor do they join move­ments ded­i­cated to rev­o­lu­tion­ary agendas.

This was the real issue with Kate Millett’s Sex­ual Pol­i­tics — it was a lesbian’s indict­ment of het­ero­sex­u­al­ity, writ­ten from within the closet.

But the for me the real story of his pre­sen­ta­tion was this. The audi­ence was an edu­cated and polit­i­cally informed one, far more informed than the pub­lic in gen­eral, yet to this audi­ence Robert Stacy McCain’s rev­e­la­tions of what fem­i­nist authors were actu­ally say­ing in their own words directed quoted from his huge col­lec­tion of books and text­books that he per­son­ally owned (includ­ing at least a dozen that he had brought with him) were a com­plete sur­prise. Some were open jawed, some were dis­gusted, at least one thought they were ridicu­lous to the point of hilar­ity but what­ever their var­ied reac­tions the fact that these peo­ple had absolutely no idea of what was actu­ally read, said and taught by fem­i­nists to stu­dents who are tak­ing such courses vs the false harm­less image of sim­ply “equal­ity” that fem­i­nists and their accom­plices in the media thrust for­ward to an unsus­pect­ing pub­lic is a tes­ta­ment to the suc­cess of their desired deception.

When Stacy had fin­ished the plan had been a strait Q & A but I had given the Emcee John Weston wide dis­cre­tion and he used that, com­bined with the pres­ence of Dianna Ploss and my sug­ges­tion that she be given a lit­tle extra time com­pared to the rest of the panel to make a change. He invited Dianne to the pre­sen­ta­tion area with Stacy and allowed her to con­duct an impromptu inter­view Q & A.

It was a bril­liant move. John was very famil­iar with Dianne and she per­fectly com­ple­mented Stacy on the stage. It was a great presentation.

When they were done it was time it was 3 pm and we took a break as the panel started to assem­ble. At this point I took the time to go to the own­ers to pay the food bill. The own­ers were delighted, with the buf­fet already out and it a com­mu­nal area, other cus­tomers who came in saw it and while this was not the ini­tial plan, offered it to those cus­tomers who very wisely took advan­tage of it. That had increased increased their bot­tom line beyond their expec­ta­tions and they showed their grat­i­tude when the bill was pre­sented to me.

By this time the panel was seated and John again made an adjust­ment, rather than Emcee the panel he handed the mic to me and had me do the top­ics /​Q & A. I though it worked pretty well but I’ll let you decide for yourself

In terms of time this was the longest por­tion of the event. Given the num­ber of peo­ple on the panel, Myself, John Weston, Matt O’Brien of the Worces­ter Tea Party, Dianne Ploss, Stacy McCain, Mike Rogers of Gran­ite Grok and Patrick Humphreys of the Worces­ter Tea Party. even if each per­son only 5 min­utes on a ques­tion it would mean each topic would take a min­i­mum of a half hour but I found the var­i­ous takes so fas­ci­nat­ing that the time seemed to be going by very fast and it was with regret that see­ing the time I brought the pro­ceed­ings to a close.

Dianne was gra­cious enough to give me a few min­utes before she left to speak of the event and her impres­sions of it:

At this point she had to run as I did to get a cou­ple of the atten­dees home tak­ing advan­tage of this to get their thoughts on the event. They were impressed both by Stacy’s pre­sen­ta­tion and the folks on the panel, and it was a source of pride to have got­ten a call the next day from an attendee who wished to com­ple­ment me on the same.

By the time I got back the equip­ment was all packed up and we checked the fig­ures, there had been a few no shows whose tick­ets had been paid for and the com­pet­ing pro-​life event and speech run­ning at the same time doubtlessly cost us a few bod­ies, but as the per­son who was on the finan­cial hook if we failed to meet expenses from Stacy’s Travel to the guar­an­teed money for both him and the restau­rant the fact that there was was still cash in my pocket when all the bills were paid was not only a source of relief, but a friendly har­bin­ger of events that we hoped would follow.

But even with this pos­i­tive knowl­edge when Stacy and I left stop­ping for another meal of Mex­i­can food which is appar­ently his favorite and relaxed for a moment as we talked about how things went, we knew that this was only a pause. Our lack of sleep, very long and busy day didn’t remove our oblig­a­tion to get our posts up, or mine to get a pod­cast and radio show recorded or to get ready for tomorrow’s cov­er­age of the EWTN event in Worces­ter and it cer­tainly didn’t remove my Sun­day Mass oblig­a­tion. There is only so much time to take stock of the last story before you begin writ­ing the next one.

Robert Stacy McCain in Mass­a­chu­setts the Story so far

911 Robert Stacy McCain in Mass Day 3: Tom Jones in Lex­ing­ton
99 Robert Stacy McCain in MA Day Two: Shock and Awe at Har­vard Uni­ver­sity
98 RSM in MA Day 2: Reverses, Fem­i­nists in NYU & The Kids at Espresso Pizza
96 Robert Stacy McCain Now in Massachusetts

At the Other McCain

99 Fem­i­nism Is a Total­i­tar­ian Move­ment to Destroy Civ­i­liza­tion as We Know It
98 VIDEO: Kent Haeffner, Pres­i­dent of Har­vard Uni­ver­sity Col­lege Repub­li­cans
97 Head­ing to Har­vard Yard
96 Fear and Loathing and BWI

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Since Robert Stacy McCain’s arrival circumstances and sleep patterns had not made daily mass possible but when I woke up around 7:45 AM still a tad groggy and worrying about the potential lack of a projector I decided if there was ever a day I wanted to make daily mass it was this one, so I threw on the nearest clothes I had and rushed down to the church in hopes of making the 8 AM daily mass.

After a blessing from father post mass I decided that while we had plan B in place it would be a good idea to do what I could to guarantee plan A.  I hit the road taking advantage of the time to squeeze in as many of my sixty daily decades of the Rosary as I could before I was too occupied to pray.  My first stop was WalMart which had several such projectors for sale online at a very good price but when I got there I discovered (not to my surprise btw) that while I could order one and have it in the story by Tuesday they didn’t carry them in stock.  I then hit three other rental places none of which carried laptop projector when a glimmer of an idea hit me, at Rent a Center they rented monster flat screens at $49 a month.  After talking to the manager and telling him my situation he made me a deal, if I called him before noon he could have one delivered to Tang Dynasty for 1 PM so that Stacy’s Slide show could be seen.  This gave me a Plan C to go along with my plan B so when I got home I knew that at least one potential fire was out and I informed Stacy who was now awake of same.

Grabbing a quick shower and changing into my suit I headed down to Tang around 10:30 AM not only finding Mike Rogers of Granite Grok and Matt O’Brien of the Worcester Tea Party already there but discovering that all the worries about projectors had been for naught as Skip was able to get all the equipment including a projector to Mike before he left.

Going inside I found there had been one change, the Buffet area was set up next to the check-in table rather than at the Sushi bar, it turned out to be a wise move for easy access and I discovered that our lack of a projector was replaced with a different issue, the lack of a screen.  Our plan A was to use the reverse of the Worcester Tea Party banner when it hit me that back in the house somewhere my old DaTechGuy on DaRadio banner was bopping around.  After being sure that all was proceeding smoothly at the venue I headed back home able to tell Stacy the projector problem was solved.

 Now the only problem was herding Stacy out on time something that anyone familiar with the erstwhile Mr. McCain knows is not as easy as it sounds and the fact that I managed to catch my suit paints on something and rip a huge gash in them and had to affect a quick change didn’t speed things up but by 11:45 Robert Stacy McCain, my youngest son and myself pulled in to see his name in lights.  The Worcester Tea Party’s resident radio talk host Christopher Maider had arrived with the promised electric sign and Pat Humpheries of the Boston Tea Party had brought a projector screen so the last of the roadblocks had been overcome.

But as anyone could tell you who has put on such an event, road blocks continues to crop up, there was a delay in both the food and some delay in the equipment setup however that not only allowed additional people to get to the event without missing the meal but it gave people a chance to schmooze a bit both with Stacy McCain and each other.  Of particular interest was Dianne Ploss of Act For America who had been a late addition to the program due to the cancellation of Act’s nationwide events and proved particularly popular with the assembled guests.  It was during these moments that Matt O’Brien’s expertise in this kind of thing

really paid dividends. By 12:35 the majority of the Buffet was laid out (and the sushi nearly so) and I was able to announce to the assembled guests that food was served.

The response to the food was incredible.  People simply gushed over both the variety of the food (fifteen different items not counting variations in sushi were offered from the standard boneless spareribs, chicken fingers, wings and General Cho’s chicken to the Curry , Dumplings and the house specialty coconut shrimp) the quality which was to be expected by anyone familiar with Tang Dynasty, and the quantity as they were informed that the buffet was not only all you could eat but would refilled and available throughout the program if anyone wanted just one more bite.  The real lesson here was the hidden advantage of an all you can eat buffet served at the start of an event which is if technical/setup issues crop up it give the crew a chance to iron them out and Mike and Chris used said advantage to its fullest extent of this before joining the end of the line to eat so that when Stacy was ready to go, so was were they.

Around 1:15 or 1:30 it was time to being and Emcee John Weston came to the front and the meat of the event began. Both the Worcester Tea Party and Granite Grok were filming, the Worcester tea Party to the left of the table and the Groksters who also livestreamed the event as it happened for those who did not live close enough to come, on the right. It is the Grok video that I link here.

The Worcester Tea Party’s cameras were set up to the left of Stacy (when facing him) and the Grok Cameras which were live streaming to the right.  I didn’t care much for Stacy’s opening joke on the death of Kate Millet that morning which was far inferior to his excellent post on the subject that he wrote that evening that I quote here:

While other feminists (notably Adrienne Rich) made interesting arguments about the social pressures that led lesbians into such shams as Millett’s marriage (her husband, Fumio Yoshimura, was a Japanese avant-garde sculptor), this wasn’t mentioned in the book that made Millett famous, nor did she disclose her lesbianism to Time magazine or in any of the other press coverage that accompanied publication of Sexual Politics. Millett’s anti-male arguments, which had been presented to the mainstream press as being made by a heterosexual woman with a husband, took on a whole new meaning in light of the revelation of her lesbianism. It was somewhat like the discovery that Rev. Ted Haggard was hooking up with rentboys….People who are successful and happy with their lives, or who at least are able to cope with their disappointments, do not write radical manifestos denouncing “society,” nor do they join movements dedicated to revolutionary agendas.

This was the real issue with Kate Millett’s Sexual Politics — it was a lesbian’s indictment of heterosexuality, written from within the closet.

But the for me the real story of his presentation was this.  The audience was an educated and politically informed one, far more informed than the public in general, yet to this audience Robert Stacy McCain’s revelations of what feminist authors were actually saying in their own words directed quoted from his huge collection of books and textbooks that he personally owned (including at least a dozen that he had brought with him)  were a complete surprise.  Some were open jawed, some were disgusted, at least one thought they were ridiculous to the point of hilarity but whatever their varied reactions the fact that these people had absolutely no idea of what was actually read, said and taught by feminists to students who are taking such courses vs the false harmless image of simply “equality” that feminists and their accomplices in the media thrust forward to an unsuspecting public is a testament to the success of their desired deception.

When Stacy had finished the plan had been a strait Q & A but I had given the Emcee John Weston wide discretion and he used that, combined with the presence of Dianna Ploss and my suggestion that she be given a little extra time compared to the rest of the panel to make a change.  He invited Dianne to the presentation area with Stacy and allowed her to conduct an impromptu interview Q & A.

It was a brilliant move. John was very familiar with Dianne and she perfectly complemented Stacy on the stage. It was a great presentation.

When they were done it was time it was 3 pm and we took a break as the panel started to assemble. At this point I took the time to go to the owners to pay the food bill. The owners were delighted, with the buffet already out and it a communal area, other customers who came in saw it and while this was not the initial plan, offered it to those customers who very wisely took advantage of it. That had increased increased their bottom line beyond their expectations and they showed their gratitude when the bill was presented to me.

By this time the panel was seated and John again made an adjustment, rather than Emcee the panel he handed the mic to me and had me do the topics / Q & A. I though it worked pretty well but I’ll let you decide for yourself

In terms of time this was the longest portion of the event. Given the number of people on the panel, Myself, John Weston, Matt O’Brien of the Worcester Tea Party, Dianne Ploss, Stacy McCain, Mike Rogers of Granite Grok and Patrick Humphreys of the Worcester Tea Party. even if each person only 5 minutes on a question it would mean each topic would take a minimum of a half hour but I found the various takes so fascinating that the time seemed to be going by very fast and it was with regret that seeing the time I brought the proceedings to a close.

Dianne was gracious enough to give me a few minutes before she left to speak of the event and her impressions of it:

At this point she had to run as I did to get a couple of the attendees home taking advantage of this to get their thoughts on the event. They were impressed both by Stacy’s presentation and the folks on the panel, and it was a source of pride to have gotten a call the next day from an attendee who wished to complement me on the same.

By the time I got back the equipment was all packed up and we checked the figures, there had been a few no shows whose tickets had been paid for and the competing pro-life event and speech running at the same time doubtlessly cost us a few bodies, but as the person who was on the financial hook if we failed to meet expenses from Stacy’s Travel to the guaranteed money for both him and the restaurant the fact that there was was still cash in my pocket when all the bills were paid was not only a source of relief, but a friendly harbinger of events that we hoped would follow.

But even with this positive knowledge when Stacy and I left stopping for another meal of Mexican food which is apparently his favorite and relaxed for a moment as we talked about how things went, we knew that this was only a pause. Our lack of sleep, very long and busy day didn’t remove our obligation to get our posts up, or mine to get a podcast and radio show recorded or to get ready for tomorrow’s coverage of the EWTN event in Worcester and it certainly didn’t remove my Sunday Mass obligation. There is only so much time to take stock of the last story before you begin writing the next one.

Robert Stacy McCain in Massachusetts the Story so far

9/11 Robert Stacy McCain in Mass Day 3: Tom Jones in Lexington
9/9 Robert Stacy McCain in MA Day Two: Shock and Awe at Harvard University
9/8 RSM in MA Day 2: Reverses, Feminists in NYU & The Kids at Espresso Pizza
9/6 Robert Stacy McCain Now in Massachusetts

At the Other McCain

9/9 Feminism Is a Totalitarian Movement to Destroy Civilization as We Know It
9/8 VIDEO: Kent Haeffner, President of Harvard University College Republicans
9/7 Heading to Harvard Yard
9/6 Fear and Loathing and BWI

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While the event covered the base expenses keeping Stacy McCain in Mexican Food is not cheap (honestly you’ve never seen somebody eat so much Mexican food in your life) particularly if you’re not working.  If you think this trip, our reporting, our writers and the growing collection of short youtube interviews we do is here is of value please hit DaTipJar Below



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