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Reasons for Being MIA

Saturday, October 28, 2006

Hello everyone (which isn’t a lot of people at all, but hopefully, someday there will be quite a few people reading this blog!), it’s been a while since my last post, September 9th to be exact. The reasons for this have to do with my schooling at San Francisco State University (SFSU) and the actual mission of this blog site. Instead of being a “normal” blog site in where I post my opinion and views randomly and at regular intervals I instead want this to be a blog site “of well thought out and smart discussions on mainly theological and political issues” and in order to have “well thought out and smart discussions” one needs to research and write good blogs. So instead of having short blogs of 1,000-2,000 words I normally have blogs (essays actually) of 12,000-18,000 words. Because of this it takes me a little longer to write my blogs than usual, the goal of my blog site is one essay every two to three weeks by me filled in with contributions by other bloggers (thank you Rorik Strindberg!) and articles, essays, and blogs from other websites. To top it off I’ve had a very busy school semester, I’m working on a thesis paper on Marx’s theory of fetishism and “prosperity theology” as well as Michel Novak’s Catholic views of capitalism for my religious studies minor, I’m also working on the school newspaper the Golden Gate [X]Press and its website (I’m photographing an article on the Hindu and Indian population at SFSU and college freshmen and Halloween, plus many others). But as you read this I’m finishing up on my blog series “The Oppression of Shudras/Dalits in India” and the final two posts should be up within the next few days. Part III of my blog series “Mesopotamia Burning” will be up around mid-November when I get a week off of school for Thanksgiving. Again, I apologize for not having a recent blog up in a while (hope you’ve enjoyed the articles I’ve posted on this site as well as the blogs by Rorik Strindberg, so far my only contributor) but that will change quickly, but it should be shady like this until the end of my semester which will be around the late midpoint of December.


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