Obama Beats Comcast Huck Says

Obama Beats Comcast Huck Says— Former Arkansas Gov. and GOP presidential candidate Mike Huckabee uses Philly-based Comcast as does many unfortunate others. He recently expressed his opinion of them in a series of tweets.

Hey Mike, Comcast has one good point. It makes you able to tolerate Verizon.

Is @comcast the United AL version of cable/internet/phone? Has anyone else had DEPLORABLE dealings with @comcast? &string

By the time @comcast shows up to fix THEIR problems after they missed THEIR appt today, my 5 year old grandson will be graduating college.

Mafia better service than @comcast Sure they shoot you, but it’s over with and they don’t charge you for the bullet.

How bad is @comcast service? I’d rather have Obama back as President than have Comcast.

 

Obama Beats Comcast Huck Says

Lawrence O’Donnell Ultimate Conspiracy Nut

Lawrence O’Donnell Ultimate Conspiracy Nut — One-percenter establishment pundit and Comcast employee Lawrence O’Donnell posited last night (April 7) that Russian President Vladimir Putin orchestrated the April 4 chemical weapon attack by Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad so President Trump could respond and look good.

Really.

Lawrence O'Donnell Ultimate Conspiracy Nut

By the way, Assad’s birthday is Sept. 11.

Lawrence O’Donnell Ultimate Conspiracy Nut

 

Mac Verizon Email Settings

Verizon has told customers in the Philadelphia that they must change their email settings by June 9 from incoming.verizon.net and outgoing.verizon.net to pop.verizon.net and smtp.verizon.net respectively. Mac Verizon Email Settings Verizon has told customers in the Philadelphia that they must change their email settings by June 9 from incoming.verizon.net and outgoing.verizon.net to pop.verizon.net and smtp.verizon.net respectively

It should be a pretty easy thing but if one has one of the newer Mac OS’s one might be finding himself going a little nuts as the pop setting might be grayed out in the accounts preferences.

So here is the simple solution courtesy of nude-webdesign.com:

Select the account you want to change, uncheck ‘Automatically detect and maintain account settings’, save — you will be prompted when you close the account preferences box, then return to the account and edit the Incoming Mail Server.

Mac Verizon Email Settings

Corporate America Wants Gay Marriage

An amicus brief was filed March 5 by 379 corporations and business groups urging the U.S. Supreme Court to declare “marriage rights” for same sex marriage with regard to Obergefell v. Hodges. Corporate America Wants Gay Marriage

The list includes CBS and Philly’s own Comcast which owns NBC so expect the news you get about the matter to be what you expect.

It includes Goldman Sachs from whence, it seems, more often than not comes  our treasury secretaries. And of course it includes all the hip tech companies like Apple and Facebook and Google.

You get the suspicion that this is a done deal and no amount of reason or rationality can change things.

Still, we will try.

Sodomy is bad and society should not give an inkling of approval for it. It should be given the same status as chain smoking cigarettes or eating super-sized meals thrice a day.  It should be encouraged as much as sharing a needle in a crack house.  People who care about people don’t give license for these things.

The claim that people are born gay is problematic. Just ask a heterosexual male who has been pestered by a gay one. Obviously, recruitment occurs, and obviously choices are made. The claim that one is born in such a way that one can’t resist a sexual relationship with another male is the linchpin of the gay marriage movement. It makes about as much sense as saying a man can’t resist a sexual relationship with a 16-year-old girl or another man’s wife.

Civil marriage is not about personal fulfillment. The only reason for the state to be involved in the relationship between two people is because third parties might find themselves involuntarily involved. With a man and a women these third parties are called children. It is pointed out that marriages occur now between parties that cannot or do not intend to have children. These are marriages of convenience. They are not good things. They should, in fact, be discouraged. If gay marriage is declared a right, marriages of convenience will become the norm. Why shouldn’t two business partners get married to resolve tax issues? If gay marriage becomes a right, why not incest? The only reason for the institution is  “love” and “personal fulfillment” right? A father-son marriage would certainly be a way of beating the inheritance bite. Meanwhile, the moms and dads  who are actually working to create the future find the burden just gets a little harder for them.

Fathers are vital to child rearing, maybe even more so than mothers. While, we think you can make, unlike for men, some kind of a case for a marriage between  two women, choosing to raise a child without a father is epitome of irresponsibility and should be discouraged.

Ancient wisdom matters. The Bible is not ambiguous regarding homosexuality. It’s a bad thing according to Scripture. History backs this up. Societies where male homosexuality was commonplace — again putting paid the claim that one is always born gay — have not been very pleasant for women. And regarding the purposeful and even pleasure-filled rejection of the Biblical commands, when one discounts the straightforward condemnations of things one doesn’t like, one will find others discounting the things upon one has come to depend.  Why should one expect mercy and compassion and tolerance? Because Comcast said so? LOL.

Here is a list of  the 379 business groups that want gay marriage to be a right.

Corporate America Wants Gay Marriage

 

 

 

 

 

Mary Bauer Comcast Insults Now

Mary Bauer Comcast Insults Now -- Comcast Building Lobby in Philadelphia
The childish lobby of childish Democrat-supporting Comcast in Philadelphia

Mary Bauer of the Chicago suburb of Addison, Ill., is the latest person reported to be subjected to the bizarre corporate culture of Democrat-supporting Philadelphia communications giant Comcast.

Ms. Bauer, 63, began having troubles when she “upgraded” to Comcast’s X1 box in January 2014 resulting in 39 calls last winter and spring for service and countless hours on the phone with customer support.

In April, she had that box replaced with her old one but a promised credit never materialized.

She basically wrote it off until her monthly bill jumped in October from $180 to $220 and then the bills stopped completely. She had to call Comcast monthly to find out what she owed.

This week she got her first bill in months. To whom was it addressed? “Super Bitch Bauer”.

She never opened it but she did go to the press.

Our first suggestion is to dump Comcast. We did almost five years ago and have been content as clams with Verizon.

Our second suggestion is to law enforcement. What these childish morons in Comcast’s corporate offices do with regard to addressing mail with obscenities has to be in violation of some part of the postal code or against some criminal statue regarding harassment by communication.  Are you the Addison police chief? Some state attorney general somewhere?  Illinois is not the only place this is happened after all. Go for it. Get yourself some headlines.

Hat tip FoxNews.com

 Mary Bauer Comcast Insults Now

Mary Bauer Comcast customer service’s latest victim.

Asshole Brown, Comcast Horror Story

The Browns of  Spokane, Wash., were having money problems so the wife, Lisa, called Comcast to cut the cable TV portion of their service. She was passed to one the company’s infamous “retention specialists”  who couldn’t convince her to change her mind. So the specialist changed the name on her bill for whaAsshole Brownt she kept. What had been addressed to  her husband, Ricardo Brown, was now to “Asshole Brown”.

She told blogger Chris Elliott that she was never rude during the conversation.

But it gets worse. She visited her local Comcast office and they refused to fix it. She then phoned higher-ups and they refused to fix it.

She then went to Elliott who was dubious of her story until he actually saw the bill. He then contacted Comcast’s public relations department who confirmed Mrs. Brown’s story.

Comcast has agreed to give the Browns a two-year refund.

Any legislator looking to get some nice ink could start a crusade  to make it illegal for any communication cancellation to last more than seven minutes.

Hat tip Wired.com.

Asshole Brown, Comcast Horror Story

 

 

Dating Comcast Nightmare

Comcast — Philadelphia’s Democrat-supporting signature corporation — won Consumerist.com’s  Worst Company in America 2014 tournament beating out Monsanto.

Well done, Comcast. You were the one we were betting on.

Below is a video of what dating Comast would be like. It’s for you Judy and Lynn.

End it. End it now.

Hat tip IJReview.com

The whimsical lobby of the Comcast Center, 1701 John F. Kennedy Blvd. Dating Comcast Nightmare

The whimsical lobby of the Comcast Center, 1701 John F. Kennedy Blvd.

Dating Comcast Nightmare

Cruz Spanks Franken

Forty-nine Democrats in the U.S. Senate led by former Saturday Night Live comedy writer Al Franken of Minnesota have proposed a Constitutional amendment that would declare that First Amendment speech protection does not apply to corporations.

These brilliant (that’s sarcasm) thinkers in seeking to restrict speech just for those of whom they disapprove failed to account for the reality that just about all our news and entertainment outlets are corporations.

Texas Republican Senator Ted Cruz spanks Franken et al as he points out that those who write and produce Saturday Night Live — which is the property of NBC which is owned by Philadelphia-based Comcast CORPORATION — could conceivably face jail time for their satirical sketches if this Democrat amendment should pass.

He does it in a rather presidential fashion too.

Here is the C-Span clip

 

Cruz Spanks Franken

Cruz Spanks Franken

Hat tip Walter Hudson at PJMedia.com

Comcast Helps Little Guy?

Comcast Building Lobby Comcast Helps Little Guy?

The lobby of the Comcast Building in Philadelphia.

Philadelphia-based Comcast, the world’s largest communications company, wants to become even larger by spending $45.2 billion to buy Time Warner Cable and become even larger.

It is telling those who must approve this monopolizing move that such a merger would be good for the little guy — the independent channels like RFD-TV and Veria Living.

The little guys generally think otherwise.

“It sounds wonderful. But when you peel back the onion . . . it’s really nothing at all,” said  Patrick Gottsch of RFD-TV. “Very few [independent] channels have full distribution, other than BBC World News and Al Jazeera.”

Which leads to another question: why does Al Jazeera, a propagandist site for terrorists, get full distribution?

Wonder if Congress is taking testimony about Comcast’s customer service.
Comcast Helps Little Guy?