Why You Should Believe Very Little of What You See

by baldilocks And now for something completely different. Monika Glennon has lived in Huntsville, Alabama, for the last 12 years. Other than a strong Polish accent, she fits a certain stereotype of the All-American life. She’s blonde. Her husband is a veteran Marine. Her two children, a boy and a girl, joined the military as … Continue reading Why You Should Believe Very Little of What You See

Lena Nersesian the Tami Erin Trap and the actual solution

Tuesday I was reading an excellent piece at the NY Post by Salma Zito on Canadian's opinions concerning President Trump when I saw this piece highlighted on the side that made my jaw drop My first reaction is "you're kidding me" alas they're not. An internet vlogger has stunned viewers with the reason she let … Continue reading Lena Nersesian the Tami Erin Trap and the actual solution

It won’t be a Merry Christmas for Belkin

I admit it's been a few years since I did tech support and even longer since I did programing but there is one thing I know for sure. Avoid any changes that can bring down seemingly every product you make: This morning a lot of people who own Belkin routers woke up to find they … Continue reading It won’t be a Merry Christmas for Belkin

Missing Breitbart

The moving Hating Breitbart has been re-released as a PG-13 movie, thereby dropping its R rating from when it was released last year (so, it has been slightly edited as the only reason for the R rating last year was a small amount of foul language).  I saw it last year when it was released … Continue reading Missing Breitbart

Media Lessons learned on the Right at Politico…

Whatever else you might say about Tina Brown, she’s undeniably brilliant at convincing investors to lose money on her projects. Robert Stacy McCain The Weekly Newsbeast Nov 11th 2010 Trueman-Lodge: We started this place strictly as a cover, but Professor Joe turns a tidy profit. License to Kill 1989 Reading Glenn's Links to Althouse on Politico … Continue reading Media Lessons learned on the Right at Politico…

Cause and Effect: Gun Map edition

KIRK: You have to learn why things work on a starship. Star Trek II The Wrath of Khan 1982 Batman: My mistake was to try to Match is Savagery. To fight like a Young man. Batman the Dark Night #2 1986 Hot wife in a bikini? #Winning! Robert Stacy McCain Sept 14th 2012 The AP … Continue reading Cause and Effect: Gun Map edition

Progressive’s Flo vs Dead woman’s brother with a blog, No Contest

Gilbert Huph: Complaints I can handle. What I can't handle is your customers' inexplicable knowledge of Insuricare's inner workings. They're experts! Experts, Bob! Exploiting every loophole! Dodging every obstacle! They're penetrating the bureaucracy! The Incredibles 2004 You can't miss the ads for Progressive insurance they are all over TV all the time, some are pretty … Continue reading Progressive’s Flo vs Dead woman’s brother with a blog, No Contest

Your papers Facebook password please

"Freedom to starve is no freedom sir."Sgt. Harper: Sharpe Rifles 1993 When you live your life online people what to know what exactly is hiding behind that password: Bassett, a New York City statistician, had just finished answering a few character questions when the interviewer turned to her computer to search for his Facebook page. … Continue reading Your papers Facebook password please

Private Catholic Schoolgirls and the law of unintended consequences

One of the things I've said for years is "the internet is forever". If you're going to say or do something on the internet, it is wise to remember your mother, your children or even more importantly a future potential employer may see it long after you regret your actions. This is a lesson that … Continue reading Private Catholic Schoolgirls and the law of unintended consequences

The internet never forgets

Cross posted at the Minority Report: The internet has had a liberating impact for humanity. It allows the average person access to more information faster than kings and presidents of old. It is a platform for everyone from Charlie Sheen to protesters in Egypt to express themselves. The internet is also unforgiving. The teenage girl … Continue reading The internet never forgets

My hits are up so I’d better take the Pope to heart

By an odd coincidence just as my hits are way up the Pope warns me all that glitters are not hits: Pope Benedict XVI told Catholic bloggers and Facebook and YouTube users Monday to be respectful of others when spreading the Gospel online and not to see their ultimate goal as getting as many online … Continue reading My hits are up so I’d better take the Pope to heart

Voices of the CNMC Friar Roderic Burke of Airmaria.com

Friar Roderic tell us all about airmaria.com I've never seen a Friar who's look more shouts "Friar" than him. Other than the gray robe of the order of Maximilian Kobe (Feast day Saturday) doesn't he just look like he could walk right on the set of the 1950's series The Adventures of Robin Hood and … Continue reading Voices of the CNMC Friar Roderic Burke of Airmaria.com

DaTechGuy’s Field guide to (catholic) Bloggers Sean McGaughey

Sean McGaughey talks about the online Catholic Community You can find him both at catholicroundup.com and ductapeguy

Does John Cole know the internet exists?

Apparently not because he makes the following statement: They weren’t around protesting during the Bush years BECAUSE THE TEA PARTY IS REPUBLICANS. They don’t care about the deficit. They care that a Democrat (and a black “Muslim,” to boot), is in the White House. They don’t care about fiscal restraint, they care that a Democrat … Continue reading Does John Cole know the internet exists?

I guess my father died oppressed…

...since he passed away in 1987 and lived his entire life denied, at least according to a French court a basic human right: The Constitutional Council declared access to the internet to be a basic human right, directly opposing the key points of Mr Sarkozy's law, passed in April, which created the first internet police … Continue reading I guess my father died oppressed…