but what's the point?
I'm reminded of something attributed to Sir Edmund Burke. "The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing."
I don't think I said I'm doing nothing, especially as I believe you think that focusing on work and family are far from abandoning hope. What I meant was that I'm not spending extra hours writing comments on the absurdities of modern day life for about 20-25 people that are only here because they already understand and generally agree with everything I would have written about.
There are many battles to be fought. I'm, shall we say, conserving my ammunition.
Wow, I wonder what it would be like to have 20-25 people a day at my blog. Of course, it would help if it hadn't crashed and burned, but that's hardly my fault. I blame TypePad entirely for that and they assure me they're working tirelessly on their end to clean up the mess and get things going again.
Yes, anyway, please note my new address, Charles and sometime after the holidays perhaps you can swing in for a look around. And I would have taken you up on that drink offer if I had been anywhere in the neighborhood at the time. Tend to your family, boy; thoroughly enjoy these special days with them. We can muddle through life without you, I'm sure.
You mean, "what's the point" besides making me happy?