Not Actually Going Anywhere

I’ve been enjoying the accolades and kind advice, much appreciated, but you all missed my point.

“I am leaving” means I am leaving. “I am leaving I am leaving”, particularly with reference to the Paul Simon song, means I ought to leave for my own health and sanity, but probably, knowing myself, I am not.

However, my online presence is going to change a bit. Expect fewer and shorter contributions for a while, while a new project is in the works.


7 thoughts on “Not Actually Going Anywhere

  1. Deech56 says:

    Wha – so were supposed to complete the lyric?"…But the fighter still remains."This is almost Rabettesque.;-)

  2. heh, my initial thought was "but the fighter still remains"… :)whatever works best for YOU and also know that a lot of people are genuinely indebted… "long may you run" (it's a Neil thing)

  3. I feel as if I'm stuck with Vladimir and Estragon while waiting for Gudot. Even this thread's so-called explanation sounds like a response from Estragon…

  4. joe says:

    As a lurker, I can only say "whew". Your voice of reason is important in these forums. Your frustration, though, is understandable – Paul Simon summarized your opponents perfectly:"Still a man hears what he wants to hear, and disregards the rest..mmmmm mmmmm"(the mmms are fingers in ears, no?)

  5. Ron Broberg says:

    If your're not actually going anywhere, how will we know when you've left?

  6. Pangolin says:

    With the almost daily grind of bad news and worse news on the climate change front I find it difficult to keep from despair and/or rage. I've often wondered how posters like you and Joe Romm deal with the load. If you're taking a break from confronting it head on I'll thank you now and look forward to whatever you continue to post.

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