After more than a month without a new post on the Spinsanity web site, it was discovered that the founding editors have gone their separate ways like dust scattered in the wind.
Ben Fritz was found inside his Hollywood recording studio. laying down tracks for his upcoming rap solo album, "Imminent Threat."
"I just felt constrained by the medium, you know? Now I can spread my wings," said Fritz. "Check out these lyrics, I just nailed them this morning: 'Y'all are up in my ass but you don't know shit, on Amazon's rankings I hit number six.'"
Brendan Nyhan was located high atop North Carolina's Mount Pilot, wearing only a grimy loincloth and surrounded by candles. "Spin, you want to know of spin?" Nyhan asked. "Everything is spin. Right now, I'm spinning and you're spinning. The world is spinning. Once you realize that, you will understand everything."
Bryan Keefer allowed only a brief interview while in his roomy New York apartment with a lady friend. "Man, it's all the same after a while," said Keefer, nervously fingering his satin robe. "I mean, in a few minutes I could be like a Democrat and snort coke off this hooker's stomach, or be like a Republican and sprinkle it all over her ass. What's the difference?"