Oct 152012
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You look back on the year that was, and realize that another post about what will be going on in this next year is probably pointless and will do nothing for your blog.  I tend to look at the new year as a time where I can make outlandish and unreachable plans that I can fail with and call resolutions.

That said, I have a (choose your explicitive here) load of stuff I would like to do this year.  The first is writing more consistently.  The next is podcasts but I haven’t figured out where or when to record them without screaming or arguing in the background.  Maybe that is could be the charm of the podcast, kid noises in the background.  Maybe not for this site though.

That is another thing, I would like to do some podcasts with others.  if you are interested at all, email me at justin@cantankerousoldcoots.com and we can discuss it.  I would love to have a partner to bounce ideas with that is not Bob or Ralph.  They will come in and argue it would be great.

anyway, 2012 is here and the Coots abound.  There will be things happening.  There will be products.  There will be donation buttons.  There will be amazon.com links for you to click through and help me pay for hosting.  There will be spirited political rants.  There will be Cantankerous news.

So stay tuned Boys and Girls, this is going to be a wild ride, we may let you breathe a couple days a week.

And now they have the audacity to release another update to wordpress.  I just got the last one completely sorted out.

Have a good weekend.


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Justin is the young Coot with a Cantankerous Soul who continues to be educated by older, more cootish Ralph and Bob. His Cantankerosity is his own.

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  4 Responses to “The year that was, the year to be”

  1. Wow…looks like you guys are going balls out to cash in on this blogging stuff. Good luck and good fortune.

  2. Bah! Justin. I’m not impressed. Anyone can make excuses. There is always a reason to not step up. Now you start blaming the kids. Man up! No wonder you seek some wimps that can make you feel good on those podcasts.
    I think your problem is

  3. Ralph, I’ve got your kettlebell right here…… And as far as the kids, maybe the cacophony would be good for your old ears, remind you of when your kids were around and you couldn’t get what you wanted done. Wait, your wife would have been taking care of them while they brought you your pipe, paper and slippers huh….different times my friend, different times..

    Hansi, we are going to make this blog profitable somewhere. You could start the donations…..

  4. Justin,
    You’ve obviously never met my wife.

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