I’m having difficulty in working up a lot of interest in posting these days and it looks like I’m not the only one. Steven Den Beste is taking a blogging hiatus. So is Connie du Toit. A promising new blogger writes:
I will blog no more about John Kerry forever.
Even that most energetic and prolific of bloggers, Glenn Reynolds, writes:
Well, I’d rather be blogging about something else. Of course, I’ve felt that way since September 11, 2001 . . . .
And I am pretty tired of blogging about Kerry, and the election (like Steven Den Beste, I was tired of this election in November of 2003), and if Kerry had more, um, definition I’d probably write about him a lot less.
As I wrote before I’m not interested in re-hashing the Viet Nam war. I didn’t want to talk much about it in 1967. Why should I start now?
I am interested in the plane crashes in Russia on Tuesday but until we get more information there’s not a great deal more to say.
The situations in Najaf and Fallujah are both bleak and possibly getting bleaker. And they’ve been bleak for nearly a year. Or ten years. Or twenty years.
I think I’ll put some posts about dogs and cooking together. Different posts I mean.