Well 2006 was interesting from a blog point of view. I finally got to interview my SG mentor, I got to learn so much more about FBK & SG, and I was able (albeit not expected, not wanted) to outlast all the other blogs. I got plenty of heat from the haters, those that tried to tell me to get over SG even though I was merely updating a blog for historical purposes if anything, though not meddling in any way, shape, or form with the current members of, or the institution of SG. Ten thousand hits later, people are still coming to visit TR and I'm planning on moving on to the county and state arena (believe me, this has always been the plan). Working TR has allowed me to work with others (Ryan nelson, Gavin Baker, Chris Carmody, Charlie Grapski, JCB, Jordan Loh, Thomas Jardon, etc). I attribute the success of this blog as well as my better-formulated view of SG, FBK, and politics in Florida to these fine individuals and I thank them for that.
I suspect '07 will be the year TR changes direction, no longer a current events SG blog but still SG. I'm hoping to get into more intense blogging, get my teaching certificate, and continue hoping for law school. I'll make it, I was Access after all. :)
I will never stop blogging, I can't. I'm hoping for big things with Nina's interview and if the JA interview had me nervous you should see what I've scribbled for the CC interview. That Q&A has got to be perfect, for a multitude of reasons, so I'm actively working on that.
SOE Aungst informed me that 'paper and secured site are okay while internet [voting] is unconstituional.' I am always pressed by the anons to allow for open debate. So, any reactions to the court ruling?
Moseley v. _____ ? Who will Moseley face off for the highest post of Student Leadership? Any rumors as far as whom Action/Unite/Impact (the Who Cares [for lack of a better term] Party) will run?
Will Indies pick an Indie?
Did Rodriguez really give JA crap over doing my Q&A?
If so, '"Rich" you're a homo. :)'