Thursday, July 19, 2018

Trump Stronger Than Ever After Helsinki

Listening to all this Russia hysteria of the last few days, it becomes apparent why RINO's like the Bush's, Paul Ryan, Jeff Flake, Bob Corker, and never Trump counterparts, are losers. They are losers and spineless jellyfish with no real convictions, or core. They tell us how Donald Trump is coarse, unrefined, and much worse. We hear from George W Bush, who embarrassed and almost destroyed the Republican party in Iraq. After he sat silent for 8 years of Obama's experiment in Nixonian bureaucracy and fomentation of racial unrest, Bush is suddenly not too classy or constrained by protocols to criticize Trump for the cruelty of trying to enforce our nations border laws. Contrast this with the other side of the isle which is willing to do anything, anything at all, and act in any manner to regain control.

I would never vote for a Democrat as I have really come to view them as extraordinarily corrupt in ways that would make Nixon blush. After incidents like Benghazi, we learned that Hillary Clinton knew immediately that it was an Al Qaeda affiliated attack, but for some reason, kept telling us that men with rocket propelled grenades and machine guns who attacked in waves were actually protesters who were angry over an obscure YouTube video that no one had ever seen. This one incident alone should have sent Democrats galloping towards Whigdom, but they survived. They survived because they had a supportive news media who are really in the business of disseminating propaganda rather than reporting news, and because they stuck together, telling the American people a cartoonishly bad lie. The Russia conspiracy is a little bit more elaborate, but its just as bad. All the main actors such as Comey, Brennan, Yates, Clapper, Mueller, and all the rest are just hyperbolic, partisan zealots who tried, and are still trying to frame up Trump. What Democrats do have, what makes them strong is the one thing they have is the will to fight and do whatever it takes to advance their corruption. Republicans at times sound like they don't even believe themselves. Take Marco Rubio during the Republican primary when Chris Christie made him start reciting his talking points like a doll with a pull-string on his neck. Most of us wouldn't vote to put Marco Rubio in charge of a McDonald's after that gaffe, and he knows it.

Donald Trump was the exception to that. Trump didn't burn the playbook he nuked it. He rose up and spoke in harsh tones, but in tones that he clearly believed and people understood. He also had an anger that was righteous, and a willingness to fight for things he believed, sort of like Reagan's "I paid for this microphone" on steroids. We see time and time again squishy Republicans who won't lower themselves or get in the mud because they are too royal and regal to fight dirty Democrats for the future of America and Republican voters keep asking, well, why not? Get in there and fight you coward. And thats what Republican officials still don't seem to get and what Trump and his voters almost certainly do.

Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Blog news

I will keep this blog as a personal page of some kind, not sure yet exactly what, but I'm certain that my political rants are utterly worthless to the internet community at large.

The site meter tells me that traffic wise. the only things I have posted of interest are articles related to Win 7, PCS2, Linux, and Philip Caputos "Rumor Of War."

It would seem that I should just delete everything and leave that stuff up. I may as well put up Google ads with those articles of interest since the thrill is gone and keeping a blog really doesn't interest me very much anymore.

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Running Pcsx2 in Windows 7 Beta


I seem to have gotten the Playstation 2 version of Resident Evil 4 into playable condition in Windows 7 with the pcsx2 emulator.

My first problem was getting the faster VM version to work in Win 7.
I ran it in compatibility mode and checked off the "last worked in XP" option.

Windows worked in the background to find a solution and did, albeit, with a minor glitch. Now, when I shut down the game, the sound and process continue, so the only way to shut it down completely is by killing the process in the task manager. Not a biggie.


In no time at all, Viola, the start screen.


When I was done getting the VM version running, I had to find the best plugins for my rig. These seem to work best for me:

Graphics - GSdx 846 (MSVC 15.00 SSSE3) 0.1.9

Sound - P.E.O.p.S SPU2 1.9.0

Despite having a dual Core CPU, I had to shut down the Multi Threaded GS (MTGS) and Dual Core (DC) Modes.

Running the MTGS mode actually depreciated performance and maxed out both cores. With the option turned off, one core fluctuated between 50% and 90% while the other never went higher than 10%

This all Resulted in a pleasantly playable Resident Evil 4. Here are some shots of the gameplay.




There are some intermittent periods of slower gameplay, but its not so bad as to make it unplayable.

Its really cool to run the PS2 version on my computer because the PC port is a bit different. The PC port is nice, but some of the games original ambiance was lost. The metals seem more metallic, and the scenery seems to have more contrast in the original. There is also a certain amount of character animation that was lost. Of course, I do have the PC port up and running as well. :-)


It runs a lot smoother than the PS2 version, but there is definitely a certain charm attached to the original game. I guess I'm just a total Resident Evil fanatic.

Sunday, February 1, 2009

Comodo Firewall in Windows 7


Every time I went to install Comodo firewall I would get this ridiculous rollback error. It seems like the fix was quite simple.

Right click the setup and go to the compatibility menu and change the default XP setting to Vista.

Right click Comodo setup -> Select Properties from menu -> Select "compatibility" tab -> Change from "Run in compatibility mode for: XP Service Pack2" to Windows Vista -> Double click setup and it should now run.

Thursday, June 26, 2008

150 Bucks offered for Blog

Dear owner of,

I noticed that your blog "" hasn't been updated for a while. I'd like to buy this blog.

I assume that you are not interested in running it anymore.

I can buy this blog for $150.

What do you think?


Wow, a hundred and fifty bucks... thats almost the equivalent of 10 Euros. :-) Flattering, but I think I'll pass.

Sunday, March 23, 2008

Installing SP1 on Vista


I hope my nvidia drivers aren't exiled into the Bermuda Triangle. lol