While looking for something else I saw my whole month of posts for January 2011.
It was the month that Jared Loughner shot Gabby Giffords, and includes media bias discussions. (Hint: He wasn't one of those antigovernment right wingers, nor did he see Sarah Palin's website, nor did her website have Giffords in the crosshairs - that would be Obama about Wayne LaPierre - but you would think so from the reporting.) I described the puzzle hunts I used to design. We had discussions about whether it was ever proper for Christians to run up the score, and lots of other topics I had forgotten. Chesterton humorously on Buddhism vs Christianity. Ignore the posts about my songs, unless you really like Arthurian legends. Also, I linked to earlier years, as was common for me then, as I would do "best of" posts four years later in those days. Skim at most. Though you could go down the rabbit hole to all sorts of stuff.
Sad that I find myself so fascinating, yes. But I am amazed at how much sense I made in the old days whenever I visit them. More than now, really. Except not always, when I think "that wasn't my best now, was it?"