Since the status of The Cutter Rambles is assuredly the utmost concern in most of my readers’ lives, I wanted to provide an update as to what is going on with the old blog. It might have been slightly confusing when I made an unheralded return to blogging in December, and then after 31 straight days of posts, I just as quietly stopped posting.
As mentioned in my Christmas Day chat with Michael Bublé, the quality of my posts in December was not especially high, and I soon realized that revitalizing the blog was not the best idea I’ve ever had. (For those of you who are curious, the best idea I ever had was to create a competitor to Pets.com that targeted the American Indian market. Like most of my good ideas, I never followed through, so if any of you are the ambitious sort, you’re welcome to steal it.)
I thought it might be fun to revive my tradition of posting something every day in the month of December, but in hindsight, I should have left things as they were. But now that I added another month’s worth of posts, it probably wouldn’t make sense to go back to my previous finale post.
Instead, I’m going to close things out next week with a very special Super Bowl LIII preview post. There will be special guests, commercial reviews, and in-depth discussion of topics that only tangentially relate to the big game. (In other words, even if you’re not a sports fan, you can still read it.)
Once that’s done, the blog will once again go into a state of permanent hiatus. (Or at least until I get really fired up about another topic, or I once again idiotically convince myself that “it’ll be fun to blog every day.”) After that, you’ll still be able to browse the archives, and relive all the good times (like all the times my kids pooped on me!) until I begin my political career and take the site down to avoid convenient opposition research. (Am I joking? Maybe!)
Anyway, thanks to everyone who still reads this blog after all these years. Even though my December output wasn’t spectacular, I’d like to hope I provided you with a few minutes of mindless time-killing along the way!