Be the boss of me! — or, what should Tod Kelly write about next?
The more I’m writing for publications outside Ordinary Times, the more I find I want to continue writing regularly here. I still have the time, and I still have the desire. What I don’t have so much these days is the bandwidth to sort through the too-many wild hairs I get every day. So I’m going to take a page out of Burt, Mark, and Russell’s playbook — and when I say, “take a page,” I of course mean, “totally steal.” To that end, let me ask the hive mind:
What would you like me to write about in the coming weeks?
You can feel free to ask me to write about anything you like. If you have a question about principled pragmatism, risk management, books, music, food (recipes?), anything I’ve ever written about before, or even something you’ve never seen me comment on before but wonder how I’d respond, now is the time to ask. Your questions or requests can be serious, semi-serious, or bats**t crazy. Whatever, I’m game.
Put your requests or questions below, or, as always, feel free to email me. I’ll try to make sure I get to each one eventually, though I reserve the right to both answer on my own timetable and to take your questions or requests wherever my ever-wandering mind leads me.
One caveat: If you were planning on asking me to write about what it’s like being Mrs. America, the art of Romare Bearden, the USFL-like alternative Republic of the United States looking to challenge the USA for supremacy, what happens in Season Two Episode Two of Babylon Five, or why the Obamacare rollout is the least of our worries with the current healthcare crisis, know that I’m already waaaay ahead of you.
Thanks in advance.
 Oh, and by the way and for whatever this is worth — having spent some time these past few months reading other sites’ comment sections, know that I would never dare ask this question to any other site’s commenters. It’s one of those things that doesn’t get said enough because it’s so obvious, but you people rock. Or, I dunno, hip-hop. Or maybe dubstep. Whatever noise you kids listen to these days, that’s what y’all do is what I’m basically saying.