Housekeeping Issues

It’s been brought to the attention of our cyber-control honchos down in the bunker that many of you have had difficulty ‘liking’ or ‘commenting’ on blog entries here at the Butcher Block and that our menus appear to be non-functional.

Our apologies. We would love to be in dialogue with you, and we can assure you that a large number of highly-paid people (two, maybe?) are working ceaselessly (when sober and conscious) to address these technical issues as the ceiling of civilization comes crashing to ground around us.

I believe the ‘like’ and ‘comment’ functions are operational on the Butcher Block’s FaceBook page. If you’d like to visit us there, use the FaceBook search feature to find us:

> The Butcher Block <

(at least, that’s what we hope and believe with zealous fervancy)

Many thanks for hanging in there as we attempt (perhaps too strong a word) to address these technical issues. As a non-native citizen of cyberworld, I tend to find myself reduced to reliance on talismans and animal sacrifice to solve tech problems, and we are discovering that the approach may not be the most effective route (although it does seem to work well with printers). In the meantime, we’ll continue to look for a more geezer-frendly user interface (or any other form of rectification) to help us reassert organizational control over our content.

Don’t worry–you’re not missing anything. Your first contact with this page on WordPress should be taking you to a scroll of all the postings, with the most recent one on top. Just scroll down for the wit and wisdom that awaits you. Meanwhile, I’ll be in the bunker with the techies.


Author: Craig Butcher

Craig Butcher is an award-winning educator who has taught critical thinking skills for more than two decades. In addition, he has worked on Capitol Hill as a congressional staffer and has been a top-rated broadcaster.