DaTechGuy off DaRadio returns to its normal 3 PM Friday slot for the penultimate Election 2020 edition with lot of things to talk about
Joe Biden “kick me” debate.
Goremagedden +4 or a 2nd generation told we have 10 years to live
Lesley Stahl, Facebook and words and meanings.
I may have a few more things to throw in but it all begins at 3 PM EST (right after Rush) You can watch the no frills livestream podcast here (last weeks show is a placeholder)
Oh and if one livestream podcast is not enough DaTechGuy for DaDay I’ll be on BTW I’ll be on the The Backstory hosted Lee Stranahan today from 5:15 to 5:30 talking the debate you can listen it live here.
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Today at 11 AM due to the overtime that I’m somehow got in what the media tells me I’m picking up DaTechGuy off DaRadio we’re going to dive into Twitter and Facebook finally crossing the Rubicon and coming out publicly on this election in a way they can’t back away from.
But we’ll also touch on the town halls (watching the Trump one now) and about honest Steve Scully.
It all stars at 11 AM EST. You can watch it here (last week’s show as a placeholder)
Next week if I have Friday off I’ll be back at our normal 3 pm EST.
Today at 3 PM EST comes the lastest DaTechGuy off DaRadio Podcast livestream (right after rush). On our podcast today we will talk about:
The firing of a tenured Dean at Umass Lowell Nursing department for stating in writing that all lives matter
The Parable of the Woke Pharisee Protesters and the humble historian
What we’ve learned over the last month
What our new civil war will look like
We will discuss these things, and whatever else tickles my fancy at 3 PM EST. You can watch the podcast live here
Incidentally I’ve reached out to UMass Lowell for comment with a 2:30 deadline. They sent me this statement:
“Leslie Neal-Boylan’s employment at UMass Lowell ended on June 19, after she was informed she would no longer serve as dean of the Solomont School of Nursing. She had been in that role for 10 months. Although a tenured full faculty member, she declined to join the nursing faculty. As with all such employment decisions, it was made in the best interests of the university and its students. Although we are not able to discuss specifics of a personnel matter, it would be incorrect to assume any statement by Dr. Neal-Boylan was the cause of that decision.”
I followed up asking two questions:
Is it the position of the Nursing Department of UMASS Lowell that all lives matter
Are the nursing students being taught by the nursing department at UMASS Lowell that all lives in their care matter?