Not at all.
There are four reasons why I will not be writing a post today.
1) Yesterday, this happened:
followed swiftly by this:
2) Today, for reasons mostly unconnected with the events of yesterday, I am in Cupertino. Obviously, I can not post to the LFTI blog while I'm in northern California. It simply makes no sense to do so.
3) This evening, the following was in evidence:
No one was hurt.
4) 461 people have entered our contest. The overwhelming response has caused mass panic and the illegal hiring of five interns.
So you see, it's not that I don't want to write a post. I really do. I thoroughly enjoy writing for the blog. But what with all these distractions, plus the final shooting day of our new "episode" coming up Saturday, I simply can not find the time to do so. I hope you'll find forgiveness in your heart. If not, then might I suggest a great class at The Learning Annex, "Stress, Environment, and the Modern You: Delegation, Kindness, Forgiveness, Tact: Four Traits for Soul Cleansing: A Post-Holistic Approach." This wonderful 30-minute seminar is taught by the very present Murray Seacruft, late of Pablo Fanques Fair.
Now if you'll excuse me, I have only moments to defuse the following situation: