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Some HUGE news for DaTechGuy on DaRadio on WCRN.

Starting Feb 12th DaTechGuy on DaRadio will more from Saturday Nights to Saturday mornings!

Our New Time will be 10 A.M. to Noon. on AM 830 WCRN as the final leg of a morning of conservative talk starting at 6 a.m. all the way to noon (conservatively speaking will now be 7-9 btw)

but if you are an advertiser there is big news for February.

Because our advertisers bought time with the understanding that the show will be on in the evening, the show will be replayed at its old time from 9-11 p.m. from Feb 12 till the 26th.

That means the listener will get double da TechGuy on Saturday evenings in February (starting da 12th) but if you are an advertiser on DaTechGuy on DaRadio you will get three weeks of Double Da Ads for NO ADDITIONAL CHARGE!

So if you aren’t already advertising with DaTechGuy you want to jump in NOW and get double ads for 3 WEEKS you want to contact me ASAP.

And remember if you contact me before FEB 5th you will pay the Pre-Feb 5th rates for as long as you run your ads.

Oh and if you missed this week’s DaTechGuy on DaRadio with Fishersville Mike, American Glob and special guest Left bank of the Charles you can listen to it here.

Tonight at 9 p.m. on AM 830 WCRN and DaTechGuy on DaRadio we welcome Fishersville Mike to the show and Aleister of American Glob for his first visit to the station.

We will be talking about the Obama/Reagan myth, The constant harping on conservative women, George Allen running in Va and we’ll touch on Egypt briefly if time permits.

As always you can listen live at the WCRN web site here.

Don’t forget BTW that on Conservatively Speaking from 7-9 Val Prieto of Babalu Blog will be a guest of John Weston and Mike Wade so make sure you start your web feed early.

Next week we go to two hours. My thanks to Mike and Aleister and all my guests, listeners and advertisers who have made that 2nd hour possible

Apparently American Glob & I will be sharing a credential, a desk and an internet connection with the American Freedom blog under it’s name at CPAC.

I’m an old fashioned computer guy so I don’t need a desk, the floor is good enough for me if the desk is occupied as long as I can blog.

I haven’t talked to Alister so I need to find out his status and what he is going to do if I end up going.

Still 42% away so it might be a moot point but we will see.

…when they saw American Glob’s post in response to Stacy McCain’s and Smitty’s pleas to send me to CPAC. If they were anywhere near my laptop it would be shorted out and finally give up the ghost as it’s been threatening to do for months.

I’m flattered by the attention, but Made of Awesomeness? It’s almost as big a complement as being called a terrific gentlemen by the charming Roxeanne.

When I put up the “I’ll do it myself Tucker fund” it was an experiment to see if I could support myself though readership, basically a card to play as the countdown continues. CPAC was not on my mind When Stacy suggested it while I was here I confess I didn’t take it very seriously.

But a few people have already hit the jar with the express purpose of sending me to CPAC so what can I say?

I don’t do much traveling, Stacy does. He says $1600 will do the trick. If that can happen (and my wife is rolling her eyes at the possibility) then I will certainly go and do my best to be worthy of your support.

If enough is not raised I will of course refund any person who gave with the intent of sending me.

Either way I thank all of you for your support of the blog, financial or otherwise.

Update: American Gobs’ link to the “I’ll do it myself Tucker Fund” produces an error as did the link above which I have pulled.

However the links from the “Tucker” Page continues to work. I have tested it with the following browsers and versions:

Firefox 3.0.17, Internet Explorer 7.0.6000 16945, Safari 4.0.4 531.21.10,
Netscape Navigator 9.0.0.5, Maxthon 1.5.07 (build 82) and Mozilla 1.7.3

Until I can resolve the issue go here and follow the links there.

This is a good time to mention that you should ALWAYS have a least two different browsers on your system as a simple control. Is a web site failing? Is your connection failing? A secondary browser helps determine these things. I’m also a big fan of the idea that you can assign different functions to different browsers to make things easier.