This is pretty good:
I’ve been out of it recently. Here's the reason: ‘Post-Herald Traumatic Exhaustion Syndrome.’ Meaning, I’m too tired to blog, too tired to read materials for a blog, too tired to do anything after work that requires effort, other than brain-zapped grazing through the cable channels, after a day of scribbling and typing. But this item
, over at Instapundit, does hit a nerve that even a PHTES sufferer can laught about late at night. To wit: A sarcastic look at how some should be reporting the aftermath of the war, considering how they report everything else related to the war. ...
Speaking of Instapundit, he has a new Iraq correspondent from Boston: BU professor John Robert Kelly
. WMD or no WMD, there’s a reality on the ground in Iraq that we have to deal with -- and get straight information about. We’re not always getting it. Good for Kelly. ... FYI: Reread this post this morning, Thursday, and made some much needed corrections. The PHTES symptoms were far worse than I thought last night. FYI II: Still loving the job, despite the PHTES.