I’m sort of addicted to this blogging thing, as you might note from the (previous) volume of posting I’ve done. The Smallest Minority is now about three weeks away from its first anniversary, too, with very few pauses during that period. However, I’m ridiculously busy, my father-in-law has just had major surgery for cancer of the lower intestine, and I’ve been neglecting my other hobbies like shooting, reloading, and home maintenance.
Oh, and sleep.
I didn’t post anything of note this weekend, just a link to Mike Spenis’s humorous Nader campaign poster. Instead, I did a few honeydews, visited my father-in-law in the hospital, I shot in my first JC Garand match (shot my 1917 Enfield and scored 414 – 1X with milsurp ammo, firmly in the middle of the pack,) and my wife and I went to see The Alamo. (Good flick. Highly recommended. Billy Bob Thornton as Davy Crockett is excellent.)
I was going to enter into another discussion at another new blog, Strange and Stranger, but my opponent has failed to take the field. That’s probably for the better, as I don’t have time to give this blog the attention it deserves at this time. Tim Lambert has responded to my last salvo, and I haven’t had time to do much other than some basic research for my next entry in that exchange. Hopefully I’ll get that posted in the next two or three days.
Anyway, what I’m trying to say here is that I’m only going to be able to crank out one or maybe two posts a day for a while. Sorry. Life intrudes.