Hey! I told you you were becoming more like me>8) All those reasons are why I stopped reading everything BUT your blog almost a year ago. You’ve just been more patient and/or tolerant than I.]]>
I always preferred the personal blogs anyway. There’s some awesome people out there.]]>
It’s an interesting question, where is the Bloggernacle going? I mean, I feel bad that there are those who are only now just discovering it but it’s evolved into a different place than it was when I discovered it. I remember having pretty interesting discussions about R-rated movies, the Sabbath day, women and the priesthood, even gay marriage, but now those topics are the dead horses so if we talk about them we need to find some obscure connection to not feel like we’re pulling out the whip. Perhaps some of the newer bloggers should start The Bloggernacle II and discuss all that stuff as if it hadn’t ever been discussed before. Who knows.
I’ve considered doing a From The Archives but I haven’t yet for two reasons: 1) it kinda feels like I’ve been defeated, like I couldn’t come up with anything interesting to say so I have to go back to what I’ve said before. But hey, if it’s good enough for President Hinckley I guess it’s good enough for me 2) I have the feeling that many of those who read this blog have read me for a while now and I don’t want to be redundant. We’ll see.
Keep it up, I always enjoy your stuff over there. And I like that archiving idea.
Eric R, Stapley, Dave, Geoff J, Guy,
It’s a good question. The answer might be yes for a lot of us. I’m not sure. The good news is that we can do whatever makes us happy so no matter what, whatever we do will be what’s best for us individually. Though I am sad that J. Max isn’t around these parts but I’m happy that he’s happy. Ya know?
As many others, I find myself slowly going down a similar road. Is this an inevitable end?]]>