I’ve been a bit lax (ha!) in keeping up the blog lately. My apologies for withholding from you.
As mentioned previously, the saving the world bit is on the tiring side, and the writing stuff is on the high energy side, and seldom did the ‘twain meet.
When one is pouring all of one’s emotional energy into the real world at large, it leaves scarce little for casting such things into the semi-real state of internet literature. Fortunate however for you, dear reader, the saving the world (at least in the manner recently mastered) shall be put on hold for a bit as more pressing matters are attended to.
Matters like revolution.
Matters like the health of a nation. (to be explored further, the debate on this one seems to have veered in a strange direction, and I’d like to try and do my nudge thing back another way)
Matter like that crazy former Mayor of the meth capital of Alaska, Wasilla, Sarah Palin. As you can tell from the tags over there on the right, Palin has been a favorite of mine. Not only in she smokin’ hot, she represents all that is wrong with the country and neo-conservatism. O.k. not really, but she is a wonderful foil to play against. The rampant anti-intellectualism is the biggest draw. It’s like have one’s very own “fool” to play with.
Matters like the new phase of evolution of mankind, which is something of a personal interest of mine, being a RPN. Lots more on that one, and soon.
I also want to spend a bit of time closing this gap for future generations.
And, of course, there’s plenty of war stuff going on. So it’s good to find a bit of time to write, and have the loving energy to do so.
Finally, and this is for the internet folks in the audience, Hulu is very solid. Now there is no real excuse for not having seen most, if not all, of Arrested Development (currently finishing up the first season). The media convergence of Internet as a direct competitor to cable and satellite is upon us. Given the rise of pseudo-pirate sites, I’ve also caught up on my True Blood fetish. If you want to save a few bucks and stop paying Rupert Murdoch for a channel you never watch (yea…everyone who has cable in pitching into the cable coffers), cancel that cable and watch the good stuff online (hooked to your big screen, of course). Spend the rest of the time reading books, or watching good movies, or outside, etc.
For those that like to complain about the “MSM” and “those crappy cable news channels” there’s really only one way to get rid of them. Cancel that shit.
Hmmm…that pretty much clears off the desktop. Time to get to work.