Intensities in Ten Suburbs

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Blog Hiatus: 2010 (Ugh)

Posted by Andrew Unterberger on November 1, 2010

Hey so.

On the off chance that anyone is actually still checking this space in the vain hopes of some sort of new material, feel like I should let you know that I’m not going to be posting again anytime soon–in fact, I’m starting a trip/project in November where I’m traveling across the country and going to home games at all 30 NBA stadiums. (Yes, I am currently mostly unemployed.) You can read about my adventures at The Basketball Jones if so inclined, or follow my exploits in real time at @AUgetoffmygold (eventually, anyway–not really set up yet, clearly).

I’ll be back at the beginning of 2011 to do my annual One Year, 50 / 100 Pop Cultures list, and after that, I’m not really sure what the future holds with this blog. The only thing worse than bloggers who never update are those who are incessantly apologizing for doing so, but I am genuinely sorry to those of you who sent me Request Lines that I never ended up writing. I bit off more than I could chew with that, obviously, and while I was and am extremely touched that I got so many responses, I burned out on the four-song format surprisingly quickly. God willing I’ll get ‘em all done someday in the future, but I suppose I shouldn’t be making any promises with that at this point.

Anyway, thanks for reading, and I hope that when I do finally get my shit together, you’ll still give a damn about what I have to say on the subject of Trey Songz singles and State Farm commercials. If not, no hard feelings–you’ve certainly given me my fair share of chances.

See y’all in 2011 and/or on the road.

-Andrew Unterberger, Intensities in Ten Suburbs

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7 Responses to “Blog Hiatus: 2010 (Ugh)”

  1. I will still care about what you have to say. Best of luck, Andrew.

  2. Ken Kralie said

    Good luck in the future! I enjoyed this blog a lot. And I look forward to what ever happens to it when you’re able to post more frequently again.

  3. David Hastings said

    I’ve always really enjoyed your writing. Good luck with the basketball project!

  4. Bob The Faggot said

    But Dre Day only makes Eazy’s pay day!

  5. MBI said

    You said you’d come back…

    We need you. The State Farm universe is spiraling into anarchy.

  6. Biggus Dickus said

    Come back, we miss you!

  7. Burlap said

    I found your blog because I was looking for a reversed version of The Betrayal and though I dislike most blogs (often a load of self-enarmored babble) I found yours writting quite well. Too bad you obviously quit, but there’s lots of old material to read, so whatever. :)

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