31 March 2009

Ahhhh, KingCast what a nice big camera you have!

Yes, Kelly (and other statesmen of questionable virtue) it is the Canon Powershot S2 IS, the better to see you my dear! I was gonna go DSLR but having video and decent pictures in one machine is the way to go. Later I'll cop a D40 Nikon so I can mix and match lenses with my film maker, who has gotten deep into still photography in the past few years so he's running a D80. My last SLR was a lower-end Nikon from the late 80's (a 4004s 1st paragraph) that ran and ran and ran.... until it fell out of a motorcycle tank bag LOL :)


Anonymous said...

Kelly Ayotte was reconfirmed for another four years as Attorney General! She received all FIVE votes from the EC. That is AWESOME NEWS and shows that all your bluster truly means nothing to those in the state who actually have a clue and stable mind!

Christopher King said...

Of course this camera will come in handy in dealing with this bogus traffic ticket; more on this later but loose lips sink ships.

The KingCaster

Christopher King said...


Don't confuse inaction with legal or political health.

As far as the votes from the EC, I got the vote of confidence from the one I wanted from Bernie Streeter, you know the guy with the longest tenure of any EC member in history.

So I'm outvoted.

Big Deal.

I still document Kelly Ayotte's abject failures involving Right-to-Know and in other matters, if the EC doesn't care enough about them to actually do anything that's not my problem, that's a problem for the State of New Hampshire, dude.


-The KingCaster.

Anonymous said...

Kelly Ayotte is not mistaken for wanting to protect law enforcement.
She has truly endeared herself to them in this respect.
Her mistake is that she sometimes does it at the cost of the constitutional rights of the citizens of New Hampshire, who she is also charged with protecting.
Could it be that what endears her politically is the reputations she spares and the millions of dollars she saves the State by refusing to investigate state government/law enforcement adequately ?
Realistically, how can she impartially investigate and prosecute those who she also has a duty to defend ?

Christopher King said...