Guitar Amps And Cabinets

Submitted by jeff_mitchell on Wed, 05/31/2017 - 15:18

So this afternoon I looked at a range of guitar amps and cabinets - Vox, Black Star, Fender, Marshall. Everything. I really like the fact that Marshall manufactures some of their cabinets in the UK. When I change priority back to music in 2-3 years I'll probably buy some Marshall equipment. While bored I also found videos from a great Megadeth concert in Bulgaria, back in 2010.

My Old Car

Submitted by jeff_mitchell on Tue, 05/30/2017 - 18:30

I'm not really sad that I sold it, because I'd rather have more money in the bank. I'll buy another car within 3 years, maybe not a sports car though. That photo is just a thumbnail, you can get the original 6,000 pixel resolution copy, which looks a lot better.

19th of May 2017

Submitted by jeff_mitchell on Fri, 05/19/2017 - 20:44

So as usual I'm not updating this web site much. I want this web site because it allows me to host stuff with pretty much zero censorship - which is great for fighting political correctness, the biggest illness of our time. I had thought that maybe I should write more about programming and technical topics but I'm not interested in turning this Drupal web site into a CV or a blog about anything specific. Anyway here is an update of the past week.

Dabbling in Linux

Reality check on 'IT' salaries

Submitted by jeff_mitchell on Wed, 05/03/2017 - 17:43

The NZ Herald's article says that more women need to get into technology jobs because the average salary is (they claim) $100,000. In reality the average salary is probably not even $50,000. Depending on the company that's hiring and what they want, they can pay over $40,000 for a new employee, if the person knows a specific language very well. That doesn't mean completing a degree, it means doing the practical stuff.

Feminist Banshees Spew Their Bile Once More

Submitted by jeff_mitchell on Mon, 05/01/2017 - 10:18

God-hating feminist whores are at it again - complaining that there aren't enough women leading major technology corporations. How about they drop their $100,000 gender "science" degree and do a diploma in software engineering? No woman can become the CEO of a major corporation, unless she starts at the bottom. Which, funnily enough, is what most men do

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/news/article.cfm?c_id=3&objectid=11848003

patriarchy gif