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Thursday, September 21, 2017

NPR and Agony


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So I've been working on the finish carpentry at the Nanepashemet House the last few weeks and have fallen into the nasty habit of listening to National Public Radio.

The last time I stooped to tuning into NPR was when I was doing cell site permit work in New Haven, and need some stimulus to keep me sharp during the 3 1/2 hour commutes.   The obnoxious Libbie elites on NPR kept me aggravated enough to eliminate drowsiness during the long driving stretches.

Between trips to the chop saw and wielding the finish nailer,  NPR has been filing the void on the current construction job with pretentious, condescending Liberal dialog.

Lots of Russia talk, Trump bashing, and climate change laments fill most of the radio commentator. comments.   These people detest Donald Trump so badly.... it starts to get funny after a while.   The NPR Libbies are really in agony.

And naturally, the current hurricane weather pattern is clearly caused by climate change.... which is the term that they use for global warming.  Course, since the global warming data just isn't panning out, they changed the name.

But I finally heard them claim what I had anticipated for the last few days...... that the Mexican earthquake was caused by..... CLIMATE CHANGE.  Who knew?

And the underlying sentiment about climate change is that if you don't buy into the glacial melting, polar bear dying, oceans rising propaganda, then you are a DENIER.... which somehow makes you the cause of this ticking time bomb called Earth.  And since most Deniers are Conservatives, then now you have someone to blame for Hurricanes and Earthquakes.   Republicans and Trump.

It's funny.   You would think that listening to NPR all day would make some of my Conservative viewpoints edge a little bit more to the Liberal side.  But by the time I power down the radio after eight to ten hours, I am so relieved that this country had the foresight to elect Donald Trump, and that these Moonbats continue to seethe in agony.

Thursday, September 07, 2017

Understand yourself....  You can do so much more.

Bobby Brown


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Bobby Brown passed away a few hours ago.

I'm too numb to grieve.  Too shocked.

He was one of my most loyal friends.

56 years old.  I met him 20 years ago at NextWave Telecom.  A young guy in his thirties.  Smart.  A hard worker.  Great sense of humor.  Easy to be around.  Always had my back.

We joined GTE together and headed out to California to build the CellNet network.   Bobby headed up the LA office and I was the program manager in San Francisco.  Together with Bob Wojcik in San Diego and Mike Wilbanks in San Francisco, we showed how wireless networks can be built.

Spent many great times in the Bay Area with Bobby.  Lou's Blues....  Napa Valley.... San Ramon.  New Orleans, Pittsburgh, Buffalo, Los Angeles, St. Louis, Miami.  To many fond memories to process correctly.

To say he will be missed is not enough of a sentiment.  He leaves a huge void.
God Bless You Bobby.   Thank you for your friendship.

Robert D. "Bobby" Brown

July 12, 1961 - September 5, 2017
Obituary

BROWN, Robert D. "Bobby" of Falmouth, passed away on September 5, 2017. He was 56 years old.

Beloved son of the late Charles S. Brown, Sr. and Mary Ann (Sullivan) Brown; loving brother of Michael Brown and his wife Nancy of Foxboro, Dr. Beth Latimer and her late husband Dr. Stephen of Potomac, MD, Charles S. Brown, Jr. and his wife Jean of Falmouth and Barbara Foley and her husband Brian of Foxboro; devoted uncle of Maggie and Teddy Brown, Caitlin Sweet and her husband Brandon, Jack and Charlie Latimer, Danny, Tim and Jack Foley, Sophia Brown and the late Bobby Latimer; cherished great-uncle of Juliette and Sullivan Sweet and JR Latimer.

Funeral services will be held on Saturday, September 9th at 9:00am from the Gillooly Funeral Home, 126 Walpole Street (Rte. 1A), Norwood, followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at 10:00am in St. Timothy's Church, 650 Nichols Street, Norwood. Interment private. Visiting hours will be held on Friday from 4:00-8:00pm in the funeral home.

Gifts may be made to Xaverian Brothers High School Scholarship Fund in Bobby's memory. XBHS, 800 Clapboardtree Street, Westwood, MA 02090.

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