November 21, 2005

Travel

Its been a hectic weekend, and I am about to board a couple long flights. So apologies for the light blogging. For the next ten or so days, I'll be 9 hours ahead of NY time. If I had to guess, therefore, new content will typically come on line, as able, around 2 PM East Coast time. So see you in a day or so, perhaps earlier if any airport-blogging opportunities present themselves.

UPDATE: I want to apologize for the dearth of blogging, I've been totally swamped on this trip since the moment I touched down. With some luck, I hope to get some content up on Saturday.

ANOTHER UPDATE: Saturday didn't happen, did it? Rather than continue to make erroneous predictions about when I can get back to this website, I'll just stay silent and simply post content when I have an opening in the coming days. Maybe a good sign? I return to New York City late tomorrow, and perhaps being back on ye olde home turf might inject a little normalcy into all the madness. Let's see how it goes...

In the meantime, I might add that this somewhat unexpected blog hiatus might, in some fashion, lend itself well to better analyzing the dizzying back and forths on the domestic Iraq policy debate of the past weeks. When I finally get back to the blog, perhaps having been forced to take a two week pause will provide a bit better perspective on it all. We'll see, and hope to see you soon...

Posted by Gregory at November 21, 2005 12:56 AM | TrackBack (0)
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Posted by: fdah at November 26, 2005 07:08 AM | Permalink to this comment Permalink

greg..

when you get back, I'm really looking forward to your take on the recent pronoucement coming out of the "summit" of Iraqi leaders held in Cairo pursuant to the legitimacy of armed resistance to the occupation.

Personally, when our "allies" start telling our enemies that its perfectly okay with them if they kill our soldiers -- just don't attack Iraqi civilians -- its time to get the hell out.

Posted by: lukasiak at November 28, 2005 06:35 PM | Permalink to this comment Permalink

Now, Greg, if I didn't know better I would think your back and forth about your intentions to post were delivered with American policy in Iraq in mind. Your goal was clear, your good intentions undeniable, your estimate of the obstacles before you completely wrong, and your determination nevertheless unwavering. Why unwavering? Because your goal is clear, and your good intentions undeniable.

But of course I do know better. Don't I?

Posted by: JEB at November 30, 2005 08:47 PM | Permalink to this comment Permalink

I know I'm looking forward to Greg's take on the "National Strategy for Victory in Iraq."

(my take --- Bush managed to not even meet my incredibly low expectations for the 'strategy'. )

Posted by: lukasiak at November 30, 2005 09:15 PM | Permalink to this comment Permalink

I feel so much better now that I've taken the time to read our great "plan" released today. Good grief. What an embarrassment.

Posted by: tregen at November 30, 2005 09:43 PM | Permalink to this comment Permalink

I feel so much better now that I've taken the time to read our great "plan" released today. Good grief. What an embarrassment.

Posted by: tregen at November 30, 2005 09:44 PM | Permalink to this comment Permalink

Greg you slacker.

Posted by: Eric Martin at December 1, 2005 03:02 PM | Permalink to this comment Permalink

Wait a minute ... you think that maybe taking some time to absorb developments will lead to more insightful comments?

Some blogger!

Posted by: weichi at December 1, 2005 03:36 PM | Permalink to this comment Permalink

jeb: heh. good one

Posted by: greg at December 2, 2005 06:58 PM | Permalink to this comment Permalink
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