Friday, March 08, 2013


What d'aster?

Today's Metaphor in a Can

Man on the Street

Today's Culture
Read & Rollover

 Ain't that something


TECHNO THRILLS                      

Res Ipsa Loquitor

I am, as you know, a big fan of ROKU (we have 3 in use). This announcement of their newest unit, however, made me wonder—will Roku be in business two years from now?  My son just bought a new "Smart" television that streams stuff the way ROKU, X-BOX and other devices do.  ROKU have bundled together a wide range of product (like Amazon, HULU, etc), but that's only a convenience, not an asset.  Still, there is a definite trend. Cable, satellite companies are losing record numbers of subscribers.  Some of this "cord-cutting" is due to the economy, but others, "cord-frayers," are people who just want to take control of what they watch (which is almost certainly what our current government would also like to do). I could do without Cable TV altogether, but Mo Sup (Mother Superior) NEEDS it. 

All this means nothing of course, since after Baby Kim Twat Sung, or some like-minded terrorist like Obama, hits us with EMP, or an Executive Order, we'll be reading the Sears catalog in the outhouse for entertainment.  And it'll be a damned old Sears catalog at that..

It's Just Too Hard to Choose Right Now

Tails of the Gun CATFIGHT!

Doug M's catechumen

The current standard of excellence

Named vacuum

The 24/7 News Cycle  
                                                                                    Trying to fill it is a bitch when you're not allowed to report any democrat negative.