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April 12, 2009

Bluntly, there is no other way to express where I have been the past six months besides the words: “I screwed up.”

In a nutshell, I suddenly abandoned my healthy readership, and disappeared into my supposed alibi consisting of sad excuses of overloading homework and events. I took a break, fiddled with a possible culturedecoded.com, and ended up less than I started with. And although I understand that most likely some of you — my readers — may not read my work again, I want to apologize for my naive pause from blogging and come back just as I left Culture Deocded. 

An overwhelming amount of events have occurred in the political world as I have left, and I want to discuss them as soon as possible. A President Barack Obama has taken countless actions to bring the free world back to where it once was, some of which I disagree with and some of which I agree with. Iraq has remained a focal point in the middle east, and there is still question in the air over when american troops will really pull out. Somalian pirates have put a fixture in the previously quiet Gulf of Aden, and America is torn over what actions should be taken. The president has purchased a long awaited dog, and Vice President Biden has taken swings at Karl Rove, and the press is taking sides.

As far as the status of the blog, I encourage all of you visiting and returning to leave comments on what you think about the issue at hand. A successful blog is not just written by the author, but by its readers, and if you contribute, there will be very interesting conversations for a long time. 

So without further ado, I will continue where I left off, and work as hard as possible to initiate political discussions that will benefit everyone.

– pacer521

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2 Responses to “Back to Blogging”

  1. dyricci Says:

    SO glad to have you back!!! I knew (hoped) you would be!! I guess that’s why I kept checkin’ in…
    (Really, basketball…including March Madness… had nothing to do with your hiatus??) ;)

  2. pacer521 Says:

    Dyricci,

    No, it was mostly school, skiing, and other events. Although I must admit that March Madness was pretty suspenseful, I wasn’t losing any sleep over it. Especially the final, which more or less resembled an arm wrestle between Bristol Palin and Chuck Norris.

    Its great to see you back!

    — pacer521


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