Imaging PG&E Pulls Plug on SF

August 21, 2019

Last month the San Francisco Examiner published an article posing the question, what will San Francisco do if PG&E shuts the lights out to prevent causing a fire? In a recent filing with the California Public Utilities Commission, PG&E explained that if the utility has to turn off, or “de-energize,” high-voltage transmission lines in the […]

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This Just In: Walmart sues Tesla

August 20, 2019

If Elon Musk had a dollar for every dream he has inspired in utopian Liberals, this might be a fair fight. Wally World is suing Tesla in New York State for causing rooftop fires due to defective solar panels. This looks to be a fun scrap. This is doubly juicy because Tesla in making solar […]

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Review: MacQue’s BBQ

August 20, 2019

I know they are still working the kinks out of opening their new restaurant in Elk Grove, but I’m offering this early review. Please note that until Johnnie Does submits his official review that this one is preliminary. Anyway, last Thursday, I took the wife and son to try out MacQue’s BBQ place. The owners […]

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Speaking with the Dead

August 19, 2019

I’m surrounded by dead people; both physically and spiritually. At work or at home, I just can’t escape them. I get emails, instant messages, and other assorted communications on my phone and computer from or about people that died years ago. LinkedIn sends me reminders periodically from people whose funerals I have attended or have […]

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Death by Clintonicide

August 17, 2019

By The Chief Unless you are related to Aaron Park, you may have heard that disgraced human piece of excrement Jeffrey Epstein died this past weekend. Without wanting to be a conspiracy theorist, I will examine this through an unbiased lens. Epstein “allegedly” committed some heinous crimes towards underage children, involving adults of age. Crimes […]

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Bet You Never Heard About the Terror Attack in California last Month

August 16, 2019

No Really. It just wasn’t covered by the big city media because it happened in the “fly-over” part of California. At least three California government facilities received multiple letters postmarked from a country in the former Soviet Union containing white powder. At least one tested positive for Ricin. I did an Internet search and found […]

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The Inevitable Candidate

August 15, 2019

By Chief Joe Biden is going to be the nominee…everyone knows it…everyone says it. He thinks he is running against Trump now…and it very well may be…however here is a good contrarian look at how “inevitable” he is. In some cases these folks are correct. Biden is polling around 28% nationally and if that number […]

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Apple Ignores iPhone Bug for Four Years

August 14, 2019

Apple, the tech company whose fans think they are the Osmonds of Silicon Valley, has stumbled yet again. This time they got busted with another bug that affects all iPhones ever made but that’s not all. You see, Apple has known about the bug for over four years and never fixed it. As usual, Apple […]

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Skynet says Politicians are Criminals, Politicians React

August 14, 2019

We now we have proof that Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning are beginning to approach rudimentary levels of human understanding. In actual tests, computers are beginning to recognize that politicians in both Congress and California’s Legislature are crooks. I’ve long maintained that Conservatives use logic and Democrats use emotion; thus, when logic is applied to […]

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Truth Over Facts

August 13, 2019

I came across a news story that was such a target rich environment that I couldn’t let it go without comment. Recently, career politician, former Senator, Obama Vice-President, and Presidential aspirant, Joe Biden was stumping in Iowa where he said: We choose unity over division. We choose science over fiction. We choose truth over facts. […]

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