A Shakespearean Glance at the People and Issues of the Day.

Thursday, November 24, 2005

Thanksgiving Hiatus

Bardseyeview is in Pennsylvania today, where my wife and I are enjoying my brother and sister-in-law's hospitality on Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving is a wonderful concept, not exactly secular and not exactly religious, and based on gratitude; calling upon each of us to recall what is it we have to be thankful for, and thus appealing to our better and more generous natures.

Today marks the first five weeks of Bardseyeview, during which average daily traffic has already doubled to around 60 visitors a day. I'm certainly thankful to all of you for that. I know a blog that posts one daily long-form essay, rather than the usual 10-15 daily rapid fire posts of most blogs is unusual enough, let alone one that is based on Shakespeare and draws hallucinatory parallels between Supreme Court nominees and Othello, Saddam Hussein and King John. I hope you've been enjoying as much I have, and hope you will return after the Thanksgiving holidays when posting will resume.

In the meantime, please consider perusing the Bardseyeview Posts of Enduring Allure listed to the right. One advantage of long-form posts is that they are built to last.

PS: Here's a recommendable post from the recommendable Don Surber.

And here's another recommendable post from the recommendable political teen.

And here's yet another link to alluring posts at the political teen.

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