Roy Edroso Breaks It Down will be offline for April 18-22 while the Missus and I visit family out of town. This means your subscription will be paused, so if you paid monthly you’ll still get four weeks’ worth, and if you paid yearly you’ll still get 52 weeks’ worth. (We had some technical problems last time I did this, but Substack says that’s all fixed.)
Any questions, feel free to drop me a line. And thanks for hanging in there. See you soon!
I don't know Roy, you're allowed time off. USPS paid me for mine. I hope all is well and I'm perfectly happy paying for your content and your time off.
Look. if you need bail money just let us know....
Good for you, Maestro! Enjoy!!
Seriously, I think Roy deserves a week off, a fortnight, even a month, particularly if Substack can handle the bookkeeping. It might be necessary to make separate arrangements for the monthly subscribers, but I would have no issue with an annual subscription amounting to eleven months of REBID. He is, as Anthony Quinn observed about himself in 𝘓𝘢𝘸𝘳𝘦𝘯𝘤𝘦 𝘰𝘧 𝘈𝘳𝘢𝘣𝘪𝘢, a river to his people.
No worries – I'll just watch old reruns of Alicublog...
I've given up suggesting you take a paid break on our dime, because you won't -- weren't you raised Catholic? What's with the Protestant work ethic? -- so I'll just say safe travels and have a well-earned, wonderful time.
Enjoy your well deserved break!
Too-da-loo, darling. Have a great time. If I lived nearby I'd offer to take care of the cat.
Well aren't we all the bleeding heart anti-capitalists! Take a vacation, chop a month off the arrangement, take a PAID break on OUR dime! Well I'm no weak-kneed communist and I demand service for payment rendered! (I've been attending night classes at the Wilfred Academy of Libertarianism, so I'm taking selfishness out for a test run.) I have come to rely on Mr. Edroso's daily bursts of artistry to keep what sanity I have left, and this socialist mob of serfs has the temerity to encourage him to rob me of this relief for an entire week? This is theft, just like taxation! As Ludwig von Mises himself once said, "Don't get me started!" So come Monday morning, I expect another supremely well-written and entertaining piece of writing in my in-box or you'll hear from my lawyers, boyo, so help me.
[Hope your week off is for enjoyable reasons (visiting family isn't one of them in my world) and you have a great time.]
The Hardest Working Man On Substack totally deserves a vacation! Enjoy...