When I started this blog in 2008, I initially intended to write it for one year. But the voices didn't stop and so it went on and on and on. Since then, I got engaged, got married, had a kid, went to some bars, that kind of thing.
It's been a blast but to tell you the truth, my heart's not in it any more. Maybe I've mellowed out a little and am not periodically seized by the fits of rage that ended up fueling my expletive-soaked rants here? Who knows. I just don't feel like posting enough any more to keep this A Thing.
For the record, the most popular posts of all time were "This $10,500 rental in the Mission is absurd" and "It's not a party without American Red Cups," followed closely by "30 Reasons to Hate San Francisco," which people STILL READ and STILL TAKE SERIOUSLY even though it was intended as a lovingly snarky followup to the starry-eyed and embarrassingly heartfelt "50 Reasons to Love San Francisco." Reading both of those now, it strikes me how much SF has changed since 2010. Regardless, for the record, I still love San Francisco. God knows it has problems, but I still don't want to live anywhere else.
Maybe the suburbs when I'm older, I don't know. Looking for parking gets old after a while.
It's not like I'm vanishing off the Internet anyway. I will maintain, I'm sure, a vibrant and dumb Twitter presence and may occasionally post longer form pieces somewhere. Medium? Ugh, I guess, whatever. Better than taking a screenshot of a wall of text and posting that on Twitter.
In closing, thanks for reading. It's been fun.