In the interests of full disclosure, here are the posts the world was spared from reading (or, more accurately, ignoring as usual) from me at Mostly Harmless:
- an apology/confession to the LPGA professionals whom I may have insulted on Monday, detailing my experiences playing high-stakes golf in terrible weather conditions, complete with embarrassing results thereof;
- continuing installments in Mostly Harmless's YouTubeocalypse;
- more musume-related cutesiness, complete with a report on the start of the new academic year in onechan's yochien;
- a plug for my then-forthcoming-but-now-who-knows-when second WAAGNFNP post;
- a reflection on my capacity to compartmentalize, starting with my decision to show ultra-violent clips from Kill Bill, Volume I in my Representing Japan class the afternoon after I first heard about the Virginia Tech killings and closing with the contrast between my reactions and those of my more-innocent-than-I-imagined 18-year-olds to the clips;
- a parody of the supposed dangerality of English majors, irresponsibility of Creative Writing professors, and influences of video games--that is, of the response of some in the U.S. to the shootings at VA Tech, especially when contrasted with those of many in Japan following the assassination of the mayor of Nagasaki this week.
Don't you feel just a little bit better knowing that these posts went unwritten?
[Update 4/20/07: Check out Raincoaster's response to the question. Thanks for going far beyond what I was hoping for!]