Seems that while I was away (actually, I'm still more or less away, see below), I received credit at the Kausfiles last Friday for being among the first to note that Howard Dean's problems are typical for a doctor. I wish I'd known - as I may have missed the opportunity to APPEAL BLATANTLY TO ALL AND SUNDRY FOR A JOB (or at least a clue)!
I've been unable to focus on blogging - or even to begin to consider the possibility of thinking about getting around to coming up with some semblance of a facsimile of even an imitation of a worthwhile post - while I'm focused on the job hunt and on re-locating, projects that also happen to involve liquidating the last remnants of an estate and helping my sister and her children move on. In short, I've got a lot on my hands. I'm still debating with myself whether or not I should fill this blog with notes on the subject: It would set a much different tone and involve much different content than I've previously offered here. I've also only realized that potential employers might very well come to this site in the process of performing their due diligence (noticed a couple of unusual searches landing on my referrer's page - who knows?). What really would I want them to see?
Hey, prospective employer person, if you and yours are Dean supporters or Bush haters or committedly anti-war... well, some of my best and most beloved friends and most interesting acquaintances are, too... As for myself, I've not just been on both sides of the fence over the course of my life - I've been all over the region.
If I can't come up with something new and current, I may polish up and post a piece I wrote on this last subject. Otherwise, I expect that I'll get right back to full-part-time blogging as soon as I'm re-situated. In the meantime, if anyone has a position and/or a place for a literate and really quite charming if he needs to be (and he does) blogger (who's even been Instalanched, Kausfiled, Buzzmachinated, Prof-ranted, and Hammorabied - talk about qualifications!) and his two doggies, let me know...