As you may have noticed, it's been about a month since I last posted on the Outsider. Between applying to law schools, the craziness that is the holiday season, and a general aversion to spending any additional time in front of a computer after work, the site has taken a back seat to other things going on in my life. To be sure, there has been no shortage of topics to write about - cabinet appointments, political scandals, financial scandals, athletes doing stupid things, shoes flying at the president's head, etc - but to be honest, the motivation to post early and often just isn't there anymore.
So, as of today, I'm suspending the DC Outsider indefinitely.
It's been a great ride and I've been thrilled to see the site grow from something I created to keep myself sane during the job hunt to being a blog that has been quoted numerous times in the Washington Post Express, the DC Blogs Noted page, and on other influential sites. Thank you for reading, commenting, and making this page a part of your web routine.
And who knows? Maybe the Outsider will make a comeback someday like a well-known celebrity who shares my name. But for now, it's time to say goodbye and so I'll leave you with the immortal words of Neil Sedaka: "Breakin' up is hard to do..."
But it's time.