I write a lot here. You know that. I know that. Some of my longest posts range up to thousands and thousands of words, with numerous trains of thought running throughout, tied together by the overarching desire to make myself explicitly, perfectly clear.
But, sometimes, that degree of verbosity is not strictly required, as this comment from Rob Crawford indicates:
I quit reading TTAG when it became clear that the editorial stance is one of contempt for gun owners.
Robert Farago may be a firearm owner. The Truth About Guns may be a weblog about firearms. But the disdain that man and, by extension, his site has for gun owners shines through in every single “Irresponsible Gun Owner” post, every time he includes a criminal’s use a firearm in what was supposed to be a review, every time he imposes arbitrary and discriminatory requirements on firearm ownership, every time he aids and abets those who would deprive us of our Constitutionally-protected, natural rights.
I only have so much time during the day, and none to waste on reading people like that.
[Update] Looks like the number of bridges Robert Farago is burning are growing by a daily basis. This is me, not being surprised. [/Update]