It’s been nearly three months since I last posted here and even longer since I made a podcast. At first I felt very guilty about this and kept starting new entries to share my thoughts on the brilliant, yet frustrating return of Twin Peak, the need for anyone interested in conspiracy theories to watch the movie, Denial (2016) on Amazon Prime, the ongoing denigration of American Exceptionalism at the hands of our Reality TV President, and more, but I couldn’t justify devoting any time to an outlet that was not producing a growing audience. Finally, I came to the conclusion that it’s time to call it and that filled me with a sense of relief. I will no longer be updating the This must be the place blog or This must be the podcast. The archives and episodes previously published will remain available.
From the outset I have been too lax about my update schedule (there wasn’t one) and the topic focus (there wasn’t one). I also had no budget for decent equipment, or advertising, or anything that would make these endeavors more than a hobby. Nevertheless, I imagined that an audience would magically find me despite such obvious shortcomings; an, “If you build it, they will come,” fantasy, I know.
Any husker du, for anyone who just stumbled upon this site, before you go, please check out my general rebuttal of the conspiracy theorist mindset, my analysis of the Jew hating roots that lay beneath the surface of all Western conspiracy theories, and my most popular post, “Hunting Hitler,” exposing conspiracy liar Bob Baer and the so-called History Channel for profiting off historical filth.
Thank you to all those who continued to visit this site throughout its run! I’ll still reply to emails sent to: JKLFEEDBACK [at] GMAIL [dot] COM.
P.S. To see what I’m currently up to, visit jamesklambert.com.