A brief word on absences.
Sadly, I’m bidding farewell to my occasional webmaster John. For several years he ran a family-oriented blog and sometimes put up political stuff. When he moved to San Antonio and we met (we both work in the Healthcare field here) he invited me to sometimes post on his blog, and I quickly took over the joint. John soldiered on as the webmaster (I was completely computer illiterate at the time) and we made Alamo City Pundit a small but (hopefully) interesting blog that sometimes got noted on CNN, Fox News, and other bvlog sites. We made some good friends, too.
Then two things happened in rapid succession. John had a near-death experience (he died. Cool story, but not mine to tell.) and he got attacked by gays over the “Obama Unicorn” post. (Look it up on the site.) He actually got threatened, and some of these militant gays actually called his employer and made threatening calls. Either of those things changes somebody quick.
Fortunately I was insulated by my anonymity, but John never saw the need . . . until the Obama Unicorn incident. John’s got a family to protect. So he’s decided to quit, and I wish him all the best with no hard feelings. I’ll be occasionally posting here and other places as the spirit moves me.
And when I post, it’ll be the cold, hard truth. You demand, and deserve, nothing less.