May 01, 2005


The weather's nice, it being spring and all, the grass is growing, weeds are sprouting, herbs and annuals are waiting to be planted, daughter #1 has to learn to drive, numerous household repairs await, there are rumors circulating that I may get to go golfing and shooting again sometime soon, and if I run out of other useful or necessary things to do there's always plenty to do on the paying job. Reading and writing blog posts has slipped way down the priority list.

Time permitting, I have a letter to the editor of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch to write though.

DOWNDATE: Obviously time did not permit, but the stench of the rank partisanship of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch editorial board was becoming overwhelming when it came to Governor Blunt's signing of Medicare reform. I'm sorry, but I really don't have the time to respond properly to these amateur Marxists who feel that incitement against the persons and property of those they disagree with is just peachy.

Oh, and some guy with a small penis who just can't seem to stop masturbating long enough to learn some of the basic rules of human decency has been polluting my comments with Chinese spam. Sorry Jake, you are the weakest link, and your posts are gone.

And in a similar vein, Trackbacks are gone due to serial abuse by men unable to consummate a relationship with anything less than four legs.

Posted by Charles Austin at May 1, 2005 03:25 PM

This is a test of the emergency blogosphere system. This is only a test. Were this a true emergency you would be directed to Instapundit for directions. Repeat, this is only a test.

Posted by: charles austin at 03:32 PM

Alright, alright. Quit torturing us. Where's the letter?

Posted by: Tanya at 07:46 AM

"I have a letter to the editor of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch to write though"
Yes, I'm also curious what topic would inspire you to write a letter to a dead-tree publication.

Posted by: Jon at 08:59 AM

Oops! Sorry about the comments neglect. I haven't been running the close-comments script as often as I should.

Posted by: Andrea Harris at 07:59 PM