I think that the responsible thing to do in this briefing would be to tell the American people how he had evaluated his term in office and felt regret for making American society and law in general far poorer than prior to his terms in office.
I have always been beholden to the path of impersonal narrative about a topic, but I like far too much and am far too unfocused to do that properly…
I am just a failure at blogging.
Realizing that no one will visit my blog without my finding a central focus and writing frequent original content, as well as the fact that most hits this week have been for people searching for freeway carnage, I should just write for myself and the two people that may (but probably don’t) frequent this site.
Why should I worry about who is reading, when I can just post beautiful pictures from people I know… (I mean DAMN John!) and muse upon my interests.
My musings will still be vague, and someone might like what I write someday if I actually write.
Therefore I am writing for no one and whenever I feel… I feel liberated in my everyday life, as odd as this is…
Although I have lofty ambitions for my blog (looking similar to this picture):
I find often that my intentions to write in-depth analysis and social content are denied by my urge to nap and general laziness.
This post is a testament to that most noble of American endeavours… the explanation as to why we have not lived up to our own internal hallmark. Nobody knows my grandiose notions for content, but I feel compelled to explain my lapses in posting as well as the low quality of posts in general. Unfortunately, the answer to these mediocre equivocations is to blog without ego or intent and allow the content to become as it is and will be without the fear of unrealized aspirations.
In my professional life, I have been able to work without ego and have my work stand up to scrutiny due to its intrinsic merit, not those I ascribe upon it for my own feelings of worth. This detachment from thought about how my employ is perceived has allowed myself to do a great job without explanation of its merits. It is good, and it is self-evident of its value and high quality without narration.
I need to blog without ego, without the worry of how others will view my words. Obviously, I can be a self-involved pedant and sometimes a pretentious twat, but, occasionally, I write interesting commentary and viewpoints that are worthwhile on their own merit.
Writing more would help me get over my overzealous self-moderation and pre-writing harsh analysis due to having the good and the bad leveled-out by posting quantity…