Lunenburg? Lunenburg I’ve heard that name before….

As Ferguson continues to be in the headlines over Michael Brown (and  Zemir Begic continues to be out of them) there was a story last week that got very little attention. It was only fitting that the heart and soul of the Lunenburg High team, Jeremy Nash, ended his high school football career in style. Nash, … Continue reading Lunenburg? Lunenburg I’ve heard that name before….

Charlie Baker and Karen Polito in Lunenburg 3-2-14

Today I was in Lunenburg Ma at the Harley House Inn & Tavern where a line of cars covered the street as Charlie Baker and Karen Polito: Filled up the main room at the Harley House in taking pictures and Rubbing shoulders with about 100 of the GOP faithful who came from the surrounding towns. … Continue reading Charlie Baker and Karen Polito in Lunenburg 3-2-14

Meredith Statue: Mississippi circa 1962 or Lunenburg Ma Circa 2013?

Was Chanel surfing looking for info on Ukraine when I saw a CNN report concerning a noose & an old pre 2003 Mississippi flag round the neck of a statue of James Meredith. The SPLC was going on and on about the programs needed and the steps that are required to stop out racism. As … Continue reading Meredith Statue: Mississippi circa 1962 or Lunenburg Ma Circa 2013?

Henriquez and Lunenburg Nothing (Useful) to see here…

Yesterday Carlos Henriquez made the front page of the Boston Herald: Inmate lawmaker Rep. Carlos Henriquez is 
doing his Beacon Hill business from his Billerica jail cell, thumbing through bills and budget proposals, and speaking to staff by phone “at least once a day,” 
according to the disgraced Dorchester Democrat’s legislative aide. “We’ve been in … Continue reading Henriquez and Lunenburg Nothing (Useful) to see here…

The Methodical March of the law

One of the things that is almost axiomatic is the law moves at its own pace. In one respect this is a good thing.  It's very dangerous to rush to judgement before the facts are in, but in an age of rapid response, lack of patience and instant gratification the slow crawl of the law … Continue reading The Methodical March of the law

DaTechGuy on DaRadio Noon EST on Money Matters AND on WCRN 9 8 AM EST

Tomorrow you get an extra dose of DaTechGuy on an extra station. UPDATE: I'll be joining Conservatively speaking on WCRN in the 8 AM hour as well. so make sure you tune in! At 9 AM I will be on Business, Politics & Lifestyles on WCRN AM 830 till 10 AM. I don't actually know … Continue reading DaTechGuy on DaRadio Noon EST on Money Matters AND on WCRN 9 8 AM EST

Special Free Subscription Commentary: Adara in Lunenburg

"But still," persisted the Duchess, "you recommend supine acquiescence milord?" Hornblower felt like a man on a scaffold taking one last look at the sunlit world before being thrust off. The grim realities of war were all round him. "No," he said, "I recommend resistance." The somber faces round him brightened, and he knew now … Continue reading Special Free Subscription Commentary: Adara in Lunenburg

Where does Lunenburg go to get it’s Reputation back?

It's amazing the difference a few weeks has made in the City of Lunenburg: Was it only a few weeks ago that we learned how racist the Town of Lunenburg in general and the football team in particular? That the football team in was responsible for painting:  "Knights don't need niggers" on the house of … Continue reading Where does Lunenburg go to get it’s Reputation back?

Mr. DaTechguy visits the Polls on Primary day 2012

With SuperTuesday upon us here in Massachusetts the time had come to see exactly what the situation was at the polls today. I started in Fitchburg in Ward 1. The reports were of slow turnout both precincts were below 40 voters at 11:30. My next stop was ward 4 in Leominster, I followed a Prius … Continue reading Mr. DaTechguy visits the Polls on Primary day 2012