I had intended to take time off from blogging last week, having, when I returned from the Bay Area, outlined a series of articles I would introduce and excerpt and devote the week to my mythological studies and laying the groundwork to start writing my fantasy epic (as well as other unrelated obligations), but then the Grenell story broke. It was one of those stories that I knew I needed to address for a great variety of reasons, some evident, others not.*
I spent a good deal of time researching the story (and even trying to contact the man in question).
As a result, I didn’t have the time last week to focus on the matters to which I had intended to devote my time. Hoping to take on those matters this week, I expect to slow down my blogging pace for the next few days. (Ironically, one of the pieces I had planned was on Don Surber’s decision to stop blogging due to blogger burnout.) I have a post planned on North Carolina’s Amendment One which I expect to post shortly, then may get a few short ones up later today, but do hope you understand if I am not posting at the pace to which y’all are accustomed. And hope you understand why I only did two cursory post over the weekend–was nice not to feel obligated to write about politics.
Because sometimes when it comes to politics, I feel like Michael Corleone is The Godfather, Part III:
*Perhaps to address those not so evident ones in subsequent posts. Perhaps.
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