So, I realize it's been a while since I so unceremoniously abandoned you in favor of academic (and other) pursuits. You've probably all forgotten about me in the time I've been away, but I do want to apologize to the few of you who may have been checking back every so often wondering why I wasn't offering my two cents on various recent events (such as Conservapedia's declaration that the Bible has a liberal bias). You shouldn't have had to go through that alone (although Stephen Colbert did cover it pretty nicely. I'm assuming you all watched).
But here's what I've discovered in my time away: if I have to blog one more thing about how the Christian right in America is the opposite of Christianity, I'm going to stab myself in the eye. I think it's fair to say that we've covered this topic pretty thoroughly, and it's almost certainly fair to say that I really don't feel like covering it any more thoroughly, so it's definitely fair to say that this is the end of WTFWJD?.
That said, the day I stop blogging will be the day I stop being the only person in my radio production class who openly admits to loving the sound of her own voice (aka never). So, for those happy few of you who are interested, I have a new fledgling blog that reflects my more varied interests. It's called Windbag, and it's here. It's not that intense yet, but I'm sure it'll be awesome. I'm also sure there will eventually be an accompanying podcast (otherwise what would be the point of taking a radio production class?).
So, so long, and thanks for the good times, the good conversation, and all the fish. And remember to ask yourself, before you go around denying health insurance to fat babies, WTF Would Jesus Do?
Monday, October 19, 2009