Intensive blogging

Part of me wonders if I’ll ever write a post like this one from Andrew Sullivan. Then I realize that, by definition, it’s easier to blog about baseball than politics because, while I feel very strongly about the issues in the game, neither those issues or my writing about them is going to impact anyone’s life too terribly. I don’t know how you can weigh in on health care and war and all of that and not to feel some of the weight.


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Jason @ IIATMS
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Jason @ IIATMS

I’m going off-grid for a week and a half soon myself.  Can’t wait.

YankeesfanLen
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YankeesfanLen

I’ve never had a truly rounded vacation until about 5 years ago when I could hear the Yankees on Myrtle Beach through XM. Evenings by the pool with the friendly locals gathered around.  Saturday afternoon hanging an ARod t-shirt when he hit 500!And to think people go to those high-rises where you wait an hour for the elevator and never have a passing parade of the trolley and ice cream trucks meandering down Ocean Blvd.
Have a great vacastion, Jason, and Craig, take one, juris prudence will survive as well.

Ross
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Ross

The way our society (particularly the younger crowd) has gotten their lives completely entwined with the happenings of the Internet, it kind of reminds me of “I can quit [insert addition here] whenever I want.”  I’m not sure my daughter could go a week without her cell phone and IM.  Not without getting the shakes.

Wells
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Wells

Dude’s only taking the rest of the month off.

No baseball fan can take the second half of August off.

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