3. What’s to be said?

Nothing really. Silence, however, is not an option. I present this blog as an alternative to blogs from war-torn, poverty-striken countries around the world. You’re doing a good job out there telling the rest of us about the true state of things. I want to return the gesture. Don’t expect much, though. Drama is quite a subtle thing around here. But I’ll try my best digging up some for you amidst the hardships of bad weather, delays on public transportation, increased credit card charges, and too long shopping lists. Won’t be easy, but I’m only too well prepared for the struggle.

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