Time to say goodbye
I think I'm going to wind down this blog. The stupidity of the religious Left has stopped being funny to me, and I find that commenting on their continuing decomposition just isn't worth the energy genuine indignation would require. Politics is also going from bad to worse, what with the Ground Zero
Abomination Mosque Roach House project failing to produce the correct response: pistol duels. I'm starting to feel like M. Scott Peck dealing with one of his evil-infected patients: that the sickness of so many parts of the world today is so great that it will overwhelm me if I don't get away from it. I'm going to go on reading Chesterton, translating obscure French films, and working in the garden when I'm not looking after my family. There will always be Chris Johnson's place to go for humorous commentary, and the Belmont Club for gloomy forbodings. If something really important happens, I might make the occasional post, but I think this blog has served its purpose. Thanks for all the nice people who've commented here and thought my writing worth reading.