New accounts and password changes were not being recognized by the website due to a failure to communicate between some of my computers.
This began probably some time on Friday, and continued until I discovered and resolved the issue late Sunday night.
I’m attempting to reply to anyone who contacted me about the issue, but in the meantime if you’ve had trouble with one of those issues recently, please try again.
If you did multiple password changes, they were ALL executed late last night, with the most recent password change being the one that should now be in effect.
My apologies for the inconvenience, and thank you for your patience.
This week, for the fourth year in a row, I’m be camped out at the Cambria County Fair!
Well, not really camped out. Look for me in the late afternoon and early evening.
Today is primary day, remember to go out and vote.
Most of my ballot was “write in” “write in” “write in”, as there were not many names on my party’s ballot. This is an odd number year. But the school board members were there, and that’s where I was looking.
It usually isn’t hard to figure out which school board members you want in, and which you want out. It does require going through a couple back issues of the local newspaper (usually not many back issues before you figure out who is who) or sitting through just about 1 school board meeting will let you know right away which ones need swapped out.
I’ll be in Bradford tomorrow, Lord willing. It’s my first trip to Stinkfest. If you want to meet up for a beer or such, drop me an email.
The log in issues that have plagued the site in the last day or two should now be resolved.
At the moment I’m experiencing some trouble with my login server. I hope to have it stabilized soon.
The second amendment and gun owners scored a victory today. The US Senate rejected a proposed law to increase paper work and restrict firearm transfers between friends and family members.
Perhaps more importantly this sends a signal to the leadership of our nation that it is time to start enforcing the laws that already exist.
This debate is likely to resurface again in the near future. Those trying to layer more control on law abiding citizens are not going to give up. If you haven’t already, please contact your Senator and let them know that they are sworn to uphold the Constitution, Second Amendment and all.
For those that aren’t aware, gun control is the topic on the congressional floor again.
Reid and his cronies are working hard to pass off this as a “reasonable” set of restrictions, and rushing like mad to try and get it passed before anyone notices the difference.
The truth of the matter is that the laws are not intended to limit harm anywhere, the laws they are debating are geared to destroy inheritance of firearms, passage of firearms from father to son, and in general add to the bureaucratic mess so that more law abiding citizens just give up trying to legally possess firearms.
Toomey’s (one of PA two senators) office is saying he is waiting to hear from constituents. Let him hear YOUR opinion! Call him at 855-552-1831.
Casey is anxious to win political favors, and if the cost is on firearm owners, so be it. Let him know that he cannot side with the gun control crowd and expect to win his next election. He can be reached at: 202-224-6324
Both of these gentlemen can be called in less than 5 minutes, and that call weighs heavily in how they will vote, and how they will broadcast their position to other senators.
Give them both a call, and help us avoid more legislation such as New York State has already passed this year.
Happy Easter to one and all! I hope the weekend is a blessed one for every one of us.
Apparently I sent out a batch of Pennswoods.net T-Shirts without sufficient postage due.
The postage meter at Atlantic Broadband was shorting the weight of the packages, and wedidn’t’ apply enough postage. Some of them came back to us and we corrected the postage, though the bag still had “postage due” stamped on it.
If you had to pay to receive a t-shirt from me, please contact me and let me fix it. firstname.lastname@example.org
My apologies for that.