Glad you asked. Yesterday I got a big surprise in the mail, it was a letter from the new company with a check for what I paid already for the move. I was bluntly told that our database is so corrupted that there is simply no way to get it imported. They tried multiple different … Continue reading Hey DaTechGuy, What the X*#(&)(@ is Taking So Long with DaMove?
Today (Thursday) is the feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary a holy day of obligation so my day began with mass at 8 to fulfill my duty as a Catholic. However my plans for the rest of the day are not my normal Thursday routine. Instead of getting ready for my last … Continue reading NOT Off to Manchester NH to cover POTUS Rally
With my current job and shift my ability to cover campaigns isn't what it used to be when, thanks to the Obama economy, I was not employed and found myself writing instead. But with POTUS on his way to NH and only an hour's drive away and having a few spare vacation days I … Continue reading I’d be Lying If I told you this wasn’t a kick in the balls
As you might have noticed the fundraiser that I pined to the top of the blog yesterday is no longer there. That's because our stated goal has been reached. We managed about 40% when it 1st went up. Another 20% through a facebook link from Baldilocks. When I came home from work I saw that … Continue reading The Blog Transition Clock has now started. Here is what to expect during weeks of DaMove
Ok we're back up (obviously) and I have a short story to tell you that you can take any way you wish. I get out of work at midnight. When I got home from work I went to bed thinking to my self: "I need to go to confession" I woke up early enough to … Continue reading The Site is back up again or Always listen to your Guardian Angel
We finally have solid quote on moving and fixing the site Here is the price $475 for the move #120 annually for the SSL $35 a month for hosting & mail Or in round figures $1015 The best part, we are absolutely positively guaranteed that our site will not be censored or removed for being … Continue reading Update All the Site Moves, Fixes etc will cost me $1000 What do you say are we Worth It? Apparently we are!
I rather miss regularly blogging, regular as in daily or near-daily rather than my current once a week, if that much, pace. Having long ago abandoned all delusions of blogging stardom in favor of hoping my modest little scribbles might prove of value to others, I find myself more often than not stymied by all … Continue reading Don’t Let It End
by baldilocks Fran Poretto is an old blog friend of mine and, while I read his many excellent essays, I’d like to present a sample. In the Decalogue, we find the propositions that for many centuries constituted the definition of moral / ethical law for Western man: Thou shalt not murder. Thou shalt not commit … Continue reading Old Ally
Monday morning was a contradiction, because Sunday had been so busy there had been no real time for the letdown of the high from Saturday's Buffet Books and Blather event but as I hit the adoration chapel after daily mass there was a sense of urgency as Stacy's TV appearance so I cut my prayer … Continue reading Robert Stacy McCain In Massachusetts Day 6: TV in Worcester Selective Hate at Amherst and Podcasts
In the very same way, on the strength of their dreams these ungodly people pollute their own bodies, reject authority and heap abuse on celestial beings. But even the archangel Michael, when he was disputing with the devil about the body of Moses, did not himself dare to condemn him for slander but said, “The … Continue reading Make or Break It
Revere Ma 12:36 PM Despite downpours and lightning and the disapproval of the Daily Caller Mirror blog Robert Stacy McCain strode out of the Southwest Airlines arrival terminal just before Noon on Wednesday bags in tow and fedora proudly on his head to begin the first of seven days in Massachusetts. Stacy being Stacy we … Continue reading Robert Stacy McCain Now in Massachusetts
by baldilocks As a few people may have noticed, I've been going back over posts from my old blog, which I started in 2003. One of the things which has hindered me in deciding what to write about is that, often, I feel like I'm repeating myself. But a long-time fan turned that notion around … Continue reading Yardsticks
This is one of those "to tell the story I first have to tell you this story" posts, so please bear with. During the early months of last year (February, to be precise), I posted a lengthy dissertation on my personal blog about my favorite guitar and its assorted adventures since coming into my possession … Continue reading Of Gibson Guitars and A.J. Delgado
It's easy to get lost in this world even while pursuing a clear objective. Running into so many trees you lose perspective regarding the forest as a whole; unwillingly embodying the old joke about how when you're up to your neck in alligators difficulty ensues remembering the original objective was draining the swamp. It happens. … Continue reading The Fundamentals
by baldilocks For the second part of this series, consider the uproar surrounding Dana Loesch’s NRA-produced video challenge to the New York Times, where she says this: "We the people" have had it. We've had it with your narratives, your propaganda, your fake news. We've had it with your constant protection of your democrat overlords, … Continue reading Social Media Storm Chasing, Part Two