How the flighty are fallen.

There’s been little blogging because I was going through the blog’s archives.  I’ve gotten about ten days past Fukushima.  Man, that time was crazy!  I was exhausted for two weeks solid.

And those posts and comments had something that’s gradually disappearing from here.  Fun.  Humor, jokes, wordplay.  I was probably as tired then as I am now with the worsened tinnitus.  But my mood was better.  So was the writing.

I don’t think there’s any doubt that I’ve run off folks who might have stayed.  Not progressives, of course; they were never going to be able to stand my ideas.  But other readers came here when the tone was lighter and I played at being funny and sometimes succeeded.  Why wouldn’t they go? 

This blog wasn’t intended to be endless venting and ranting.  I’d love to get a little joy back in it.  But I’ll need some in my life first, and this damn tinnitus doesn’t make it easy.  I don’t know what to do, really.  Right now I don’t even feel like keeping up with events, much less analyzing them. 


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I've accepted that all of you are socially superior to me. But no pretending that any of you are rational.
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8 Responses to How the flighty are fallen.

  1. Billy says:

    >>>and this damn tinnitus doesn’t make it easy.

    You know I fly a lot. Too much lately – Eight 3-hr flights in 15 days! Even in first class I became real tired of it.

    Anyway, I use Bose Noise Canceling headphone when I fly. They won’t stop the tinnitus, but hook up some pleasant white noise sounds, classical music, classic rock, whatever, and the world of sound will become easier. Cost is $300-400 which is steep yet may provide some release; and when watching a movie at home, *so much better* using the headsets than being in the best of theaters – so much more details to hear and enjoy.

    I haven’t commented much on the past month’s posts – did I mention 8 flight segments? Enjoyed the posts very much. I hope you find the strength/encouragement to keep ’em coming.


  2. waytoomanydaves says:

    I’m sure many people from the Fukushima days have moved on, but this place is still one of my daily reads.

  3. Xpat says:

    Since this happens to be my peculiar malady, too, I can recognize the symptoms when someone blames himself for everything that happens.

    The leveling out of posting and commenting since Fukushima is not your fault.

    It’s my fault.


    • Xpat says:

      Insty’s posting some pretty sprightly one liners these days (the first one’s about NYC):

      Rats on the west side, bedbugs uptown — but not a Big Gulp in sight. This is progress?

      Posted at 10:20 am by Glenn Reynolds

      I SEE A PROBLEM WITH THIS PLAN: Woman Posted Fake Obituary To Get Time Off Work.

      Posted at 10:00 am by Glenn Reynolds

      So, go snorkeling in the tropics for about a week then you too can get your groove back.

    • Xpat says:

      If Planet of the Apes had been made in Minnesota:
      If Planet of the Apes Had Been Made in Minnesota

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